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Psychological service

The psychological service aims to create optimal conditions for personality development


Psychological service is:

  • Association of competent specialists providing timely qualified psychological assistance to students and employees.

  • Socio-psychological support and psychological-pedagogical support of students and employees.

  • A team of caring people interested in ensuring comfortable cooperation for each participant in the educational process.

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Valeriy Ivanovych Ivanov is a practical psychologist. He has been working as a practical psychologist in the psychological service of the Pedagogical College since August 2010. Since September 2003, he worked as the head of psychological groups at the Center for Extracurricular Creativity. In July 2007, he graduated from Odesa National University named after I.I. Mechnikov, having received a diploma in the specialty "Psychologist", "Teacher of Psychology". In his work, Ivanov V. V. is guided by the Constitution of Ukraine, regulatory and legislative acts of Ukraine, Laws of Ukraine "On Education", "On General Secondary education", "On out-of-school education", "On preschool education", "On childhood protection", orders of the oblast administration, oblast and district state administration, other normative legal documents regulating the activity of district educational institutions and bodies. Working as a practical psychologist, Valery Valeriyovych established himself as a specialist with deep scientific and theoretical training. Takes an active part in the organization and conduct of regional seminars of various categories of pedagogical workers, the "Fair of Pedagogical Ideas", the "Teacher of the Year" competition, pedagogical readings, meetings of creative groups, permanent seminars - workshops. Introduces innovative technologies, interactive methods into the practice of psychological work of the regional health center. District coordinator of the program "Promotion of educational work "equal to equal" among the youth of Ukraine regarding a healthy lifestyle."


Questions that a psychologist helps to solve


  • difficult adaptation in a new environment;

  • homesickness;

  • the desire to understand oneself and others;

  • desire to find new friends;

  • the need to be heard and supported;

  • the need to come to the right decision in a difficult situation;

  • problems in communication with representatives of the opposite sex;

  • the desire to show oneself and one's abilities in the best possible way.


  • concerns about the well-being and comfort of the child;

  • difficulties in communicating with children;

  • joint development of the most effective methods of interaction with the child.

  • Teachers:

  • conflicts and tense atmosphere;

  • difficulties in establishing contact with students;

  • organization of effective interaction with colleagues;

  • emotional "burnout" and stress. administration:

  • work with the teaching staff (cohesion), prevention of emotional "burnout" of teachers.

The main areas of activity of the psychological service:


1. Psychoprophylactic work;

2. Educational work;

3. Psychodiagnostic work;

4. Advisory work;

5. Corrective work;

6. Development work;

7. Rehabilitation work;

8. Scientific and methodical work;


An important direction of the work of the psychological service is work with the pedagogical team on cohesion, development of professional competences and formation of psychological culture.

The psychological service offers developmental, educational and educational programs on the following topics:


Work with the teaching staff:

1. "World of Friends" (cohesion training);

2. "Joy of communication" (training aimed at removing communication barriers).

3. "The art of communication" (formation and development of constructive interaction skills in a group).

4. "Time of conflict!" (Educational training on overcoming conflict situations).

5. "Learning to trust" (training on the formation of trusting relationships).

6. "Rainbow of creativity" (creativity development training).

7. "Play and win!" (Game - training for the development of communicative and leadership qualities).


Work with students:

1. "Be able to say" NO! "(Training - lecture on the prevention and prevention of smoking in adolescents and young adults).

2. "Who am I in this world?" (Training on the formation of motivation for professional self-determination).

3. "I have the right!" (Educational training on the formation of national and civil identity, knowledge of one's rights and the ability to protect them).

4. "I and the family" (social-psychological training on the formation of the value of family relations).

5. "Street philosophy" (social training on the prevention of hooliganism, petty theft, illegal behavior).

6. "Extreme" (game training for the formation of models of safe behavior in extreme situations).

7. "Being a person" (training conversation on the formation of value-motivational and meaningful components of the personal sphere of children; solving problems of immoral behavior).

8. "The ABC of Love" (educational training on the formation of sexual culture of adolescents, ideas about love and relationships).

9. "Healthy lifestyle. Fairy tale or commonplace? "(Training lecture on the formation of a responsible attitude to one's life and health).

10. "I am a leader!" (Leadership development training).

Work with parents:

1. "I'm coming home" (readaptation training);

2. "Being a person" (training interview on the formation of value-motivational and meaningful components of the personal sphere of children);

3. "I create my world!" (Self-awareness development training).

4. "Dial of life" (training on setting life goals, developing independent creative thinking).



When sending your child to study, remember:

  • This is a great chance for your child to become more independent, to reveal his talents, to show his abilities;

  • The process of adaptation does not always proceed smoothly and may be accompanied by tears, complaints, longing, and requests to take the child away. If possible, do not succumb to his gloomy mood, encourage and express confidence that everything will work out for him;

  • Give the child the opportunity to independently overcome emerging difficulties, build relationships in the group, present himself;

  • If the child decides to share his emotions and impressions with you - listen to him carefully and with interest, express your pride and approval for his successes; If the child has problems or conflicts, but he is ashamed to tell anyone about it - be sure to contact the administration or a psychologist - for an effective solution to the problem;

  • Know that your support and kind words are one of the factors in your child's successful education.

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