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If you would like to go slower, you will need to determine how you will work course progression, as you cannot take courses out of order. Dissertations for Guidance and Counseling Education ... To qualify as Gezondheidszorg Psycholoog (professional psychologist) in The Netherlands further post-master´s level training is necessary. The model focuses on application of the principles of the science of psychology and the perspectives, values, and emphases of counseling psychology to: (2) effectively serve as psychotherapeutic agents for persons with severe problems in personal adjustment, distressing psychological symptoms, and/or mental illness (3) aid individuals who seek to identify and resolve more typical difficulties in life and/or promote growth to enhance their sense of self, relationships, work satisfaction, performance, or general well being (4) train counseling psychologists as scientists, with the expertise that allows them to make independent contributions to the scientific community and think as scientist-practitioners no matter what the roles or settings of their career path Training emphasizes acquisition of counseling skills through exposure to specific educational experiences according to the positive developmental perspective held by the faculty.

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Publisher: Routledge (October 22, 2010)

ISBN: 0415491053

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