Their specific situation and challenges can be addressed by focusing on different dimensions of the model.Results of the study were communicated to the research facilities, pointing out that junior researchers are a group of employees that deal with specific stressors. is the Director of the Student Services Counseling Center for Students at Heidelberg University and a licensed CBT therapist.The first dimension is Time, with Future and Past constituting Yin and Yang; the second is Action, with Cognition and Behavior representing Yin and Yang; the third is Comparison, constituted by Basis Point and Objective as Yin and Yang; the fourth is Body, with stability and mobility constituting Yin and Yang; the fifth is Compassion, with Inward Compassion and Outward Compassion as Yin and Yang; and the last dimension is Benefit, with Abandoning Benefit representing Yin and Striving Benefit constituting Yang.
Based on the rising number of junior researchers seeking counseling and their specific challenges, it was investigated whether adaptations to the model are needed to address junior scientists’ needs.
The study was conducted in a single-group pre-post-design.
Her primary areas of research and teaching are ethical decision making, professionalism in counselling psychology, and qualitative/quantitative research methods. Haverkamp received her Ph D (1989) from the University of Minnesota and is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Canadian Psychological Association.
Abstract: The economic growth spurt in China has transformed China, bringing enormous wealth, and also radical change.
Nominating Division/Section: International and Cross-Cultural Psychology Abstract: This symposium will address international collaborations in creating culturally relevant theoretical constructs, training clinicians and providing psychological services across cultures.
The commonalities and challenges across cultures will be highlighted.
Abstract: Mass movement of refugees, climate disruption, natural disasters, and political conflicts bring psychologists into contact with people suffering from trauma and extreme distress.
Practitioners committed to ethical practice face numerous dilemmas in delivering service to dislocated persons, given that traditional western ethical principles are difficult to apply in situations of severe disruption and cultural difference.
A better understanding of the most common problems of junior researchers was gained.
The integrative model of counseling is a good and useful theoretical background that helps to apply proven psychotherapeutic principles to coaching of junior scientists.
The workshop was presented to 35 mental health professionals drawn from all over China.