THE PROBLEM OF CORRELATION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE AND MODERN PRACTICAL METHODS OF DIAGNOSIS AND INTERVENTION

Authors

  • I. H. Babajanyan Aurora Behavioral Charter Oak

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46991/SBMP/2022.5.1.025

Keywords:

methodology, epistemological principles, personality, psychological assessment, diagnosis, intervention, therapy

Abstract

The article is aimed at substantiate the need of taking into account the epistemological principles in the process of applying methods of psycholo- gical assessment, counseling and intervention, which in turn can contribute to the purposeful preservation of the physical and mental health of a per- son. Modern psychological assessment is an important scientific and applied component of psychological cognition. A reliable psychological assessment of individual personality traits and its mental state is of categorical impor- tance, since it is aimed at identifying a specific and situational phenomenon for the further use of various practices. In this regard, a practical psychologist must possess the professional skills of psychological diagnostics, which implies the ability to establish connections between the external signs of a phenomenon and the internal psychological characteristics of a person. In this case, a special role is assigned to the epistemological foundations of psychological science and practice, which directly affect the formation of the methodology of counseling, therapy and training.

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2022-01-17

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