|Basic disciplines/The university component
|Introduction to Clinical Psychology
|Goal: To familiarize students with the applied field of professional activity in which knowledge of clinical psychology is necessary for the purpose of promoting and maintaining the health of children, adolescents, and adults. The course focuses on disease prevention, overcoming illnesses, successful socio-psychological adaptation, and rehabilitation. By studying this discipline, students will acquire a conceptual framework in the field of clinical psychology, neuropsychology, and psychopathology, as well as the basic methods and techniques of psychodiagnostics.
|Matematical methods in psychology
|Goal: To understand and apply the fundamentals of mathematical and statistical methods necessary for conducting psychological research. Students will learn how to use statistical software for data analysis and interpretation, and develop their critical thinking and problem-solving skills in relation to real-world data. They will acquire skills in mathematical and statistical thinking and appreciate the role that mathematics and statistics play in shaping our understanding of behavior.
|Purpose: to study the main theoretical issues of medical law. As a result of mastering the discipline, the student will be able to: analyze the legal regulation of medical care, state the legal basis for the treatment of the population, disclose the rights of citizens in the field of health protection and ways to protect them. Pay attention to ethical requirements in the field of medical activity, ways to protect the rights of medical workers, as well as the specifics of bringing medical organizations and medical workers to legal responsibility for committing offenses and crimes in the field of healthcare.
|The purpose of mastering the discipline is to provide students with systematic theoretical and applied knowledge about the main stages of evolution, the structure and principles of functioning of the nervous system, the subject, methods and tasks of neurology, as well as in preparing students to implement practical tasks in the framework of helping patients with various neurological diseases.
|Course Objective: The aim of the course is to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of fundamental concepts and theories in psychology and to help them develop critical thinking skills in evaluating and interpreting psychological research. Students will gain a deeper understanding of the biological, social, and cultural factors that influence behavior and mental processes. By the end of the course, students will have a clear understanding of the field of psychology and will be well-prepared for further studies in related areas
|Objective: to master the principles and methods of assessing psychological factors affecting the state of health by students. Students will acquire skills in predicting psychogenic diseases. They will learn how to use various tools for assessing psychological health. They will learn about psychosomatic disorders, including somatoform disorders, chronic pain, get acquainted with the latest advances in the diagnosis, correction and treatment of these disorders.
|Family counseling and psichotherapy
|The purpose of the course: to give students an understanding of the principles and practices of family counseling and therapy. Students will acquire the skills of conducting family therapy sessions and providing feedback and support to families. They will be able to analyze family relationships when working with psychological disorders to strengthen mental health and well-being.
|The course aims to study the ways in which people`s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are shaped within the social context in which they exist. Throughout the course, students will gain a deep understanding of the psychological processes underlying human social behavior and develop the ability to critically evaluate research and theories in this field. The study of social psychology also provides students with practical experience in conducting and interpreting social-psychological research.