Psychotherapeutic Counseling in Promoting Personal Development
Keywords:Personality integrity and self-sufficiency, psychological approaches, psychological culture, client, personal resource, positive change, personality crisis, self-development, psychological problem
The article presents a theoretical and methodological analysis of psychotherapeutic counseling support of the process of personal development of the client. Psychotherapeutic support of the process of personal development as a complex integrative and dynamic process is considered. An attempt to substantiate psychotherapeutic counseling is made. Psychotherapeutic counselling is considered for the first time as culturological training providing personal growth of both the client and the counsellor. The relationship between psychological counseling and psychotherapy is considered. The requirements for the personality of the consultant are defined as the main criterion of the effectiveness of psychotherapeutic counseling. The correspondence of psychotherapeutic technology of personal development to the model of a holistic and self-sufficient person is reflected. The significance of the issue of the theory of personality change on the optimization of personal functions of self-development in the context of the integration of psychotherapeutic and counseling practice is emphasized. It is offered to carry out the psychotherapeutic process of development of an integral personality in neuropsychocorrective support, in combination with modern psychotherapeutic methods. Contemporary methods of psychotherapy and psychological counseling for the personal development of the client are reviewed.
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