Developing Coping Strategies in Would-Be Psychologists by Employing Reflexive Methods in Education Process

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The article under study summarizes the results of the research aimed at studying the issue of developing coping strategies among would-be psychologists. The authors point out that training a psychologist who should be competitive in modern society presupposes focusing on such activities which would actualize the resources of a person helping overcome professional challenges. The authors try to define the most effective practical methods employed to let an individual find special ways to control stress as well as what should be the pivot point in developing or optimizing coping ability of an individual and what specific methods contribute to this process.

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A V Gagarin

Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

Department of Akmeology and Psychology of Processional Activity

A A Bekhter

Far Eastern State University for the Humanities

Chair of Psychology


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