Field of training
Mode of attendance
Faculty of Counseling and Clinical Psychology, Department of Individual and Group Psychotherapy
Candidate of Psychological Sciences,
The master’s program in psychology that combines theory and practice in order to train qualified specialists working with people in difficult life situations. Unique feature of the program is an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of co-experiencing psychotherapy of F. Vasilyuk.
Program aims at spreading modern ideas about psychological assistance and a systematic approach to solving psychological problems, as well as at preparation for research, educational and pedagogical work.
Furthemore, it forms a professional position of a student by teaching the main areas of psychological counseling and psychotherapy, various methods of working with different contingents of clients (adults, children, families, organizations, etc.), in different contexts (social, educational, private, etc.) and with different problems (crisis, illness, career, etc.).
You will be able to provide psychological assistance to an individual, a family and an organization to resolve difficult life situations that have arisen as the result of emergencies, crises, illness, developmental disorders, professional problems, interpersonal or social conflicts, losses, etc.
You can work as a psychologist, a researcher or a teacher of psychology in social institutions (education, social protection), psychological assistance centers, public and other organizations working with children, adolescents and families, as well as research organizations and higher educational institutions.
Module 1. Theoretical studies.
Module 2. Research activities and methods of psychological research.
Module 3. Professional interaction.
The examples of disciplines:
Psychology of consciousness and experience, Counseling psychology, Psychotherapeutic supervision, Group psychotherapy, Child and adolescent psychotherapy, psychiatry, Principles and methods of conducting a psychological training, Qualitative personality studies, Gender studies, Psychological knowledge and social policy, Experiential approaches in psychotherapy, Professional self-development training, Dialogue approach in counseling, Reflexive-activity approach in counseling to overcome learning difficulties.