The main purpose of psychological service
The main purpose of psychological service is psychological support of development and educational process, ie organization and conduct of training and education process for the purpose of health protection of participants of the educational process
Objectives of psychological service:
1. Providing psychological support to all subjects of the education system (teachers, parents, pupils).
2. Provide personal, intellectual and professional development at each stage of development, depending on the age of the child.
3. Prevention and correction of anomalies in intellectual and personal development.
4. Identify the creative abilities of students and teachers.
1. Choose the form and method of work with all subjects in the educational process and the areas that are important for a particular period.
2. Provide to the Administration suggestions that allow for effective and productive action of the psychological service.
3. Training - can look at college documents related to the organization of the educational process.
4. Will be able to take part in meetings and meetings related to the educational process.
5. Makes and corrects psychological research and methods in college.
6. Psychologist can participate in various conferences, seminars for improvement of professional skill and exchange of experience; psychological centers, associations, practitioners, as well as psychology departments in educational institutions.
7. It is prohibited for persons without special preparedness to carry out psycho-diagnostic and psychocorrectional work.
8. The order of the Administration may be denied execution if it does not comply with ethical principles, purpose and objectives of the work.
Objectives of a psychologist:
1. The work should be based on normative acts, documents, orders approved by the MES RK.
2. Be acquainted with the subsequent achievements of psychology and use only scientifically-based methods in their activities.
3. Know the ethical code of a psychologist and must be based on the work.
4. Make a psychological analysis of the documents (education plans, training programs, decisions of the Pedagogical Council, etc.).
5. Personnel at different levels of the school should be monitored, analyzed and adjusted as necessary (teacher-administrator, teacher-teacher, teacher-pupil, pupil-student).
6. Psychological documentation should be kept and kept on a voluntary basis (CD, recorder, etc.).
7. No one should disclose the information received on the basis of the diagnostic work.
The teacher-psychologist's responsibility:
1. Psychologist is responsible for correctness of the psychological diagnosis, correctness of the diagnostic and correctional methods used and the scientific justification of the submitted recommendations.
2. The psychologist is responsible for the observance of the conducted psychological research and inspection works and keeping documents.
Ethical code of psychologist:
1. Do not worry! Use your knowledge wisely.
2. Not a rating! Do not cry out aloud your negative comments.
3. Accept the person as it is. The psychologist is obliged to understand the client.
4. Protection of professional secrets. Disclosure of information about schoolchildren, teachers and parents is strictly forbidden.
5. Do not solve unclear issues with colleagues at work, where there are students and staff.
6. Be competent! Not an application if you're not technically well-informed.
7. Fulfill the distance relationship with your client.
8. The difference between the Client's liability for his / her activities and life.
9. Wrong Client Information! Because the client may make the wrong decision.
10. Follow the principle of voluntary participation of a client in various psychological actions!
11. Honor yourself as a Person and Specialist!
Psychologist's work areas:
1. The purpose of psycho-preventive work is to increase the psychological competence of the school teachers with regular psychological counseling. Conducting preventive measures on psychiatric disorders, timely psychological counseling on parents and changes in childhood psychology. Psychoprophylactic work in school conditions:
- Determine the psychological readiness of children to study in the school (remembering, remembering, will, thinking, speaking, perception, etc.);
- Identifying rapid adaptation of primary school pupils to schooling and making recommendations to parents and teachers;
- studying the psychological peculiarities of pupils moving from class to class, drawing up a program of measures to identify and eliminate psychological delays and dislocations;
- Conducting continuous research and development of each psyche, tendency and will, ability and character of pupils;
- Need to work with a special program