The conceptual model of self-realization of future clinical psychologists

  • V. V. Mosiichuk G. S. Kostyuk Institute of Psychology of NAPS of Ukraine
Keywords: self-realization, humanistic approach, personality, future clinical psychologists


We emphasize once again that the phenomenon of self-realization is a complex and multidimensional education, which is characterized by inconsistency and ambiguity. Therefore, the study of the manifestations of self-realization is faced with the methodological difficulty of finding valid instruments that would allow recording quantitative and qualitative parameters of realization of a subject. It is necessary to state: we at the stage when is the search for this Toolkit. And our work is one of attempts to study the process of self-realization. Therefore, in our research we adhere to the main provisions of humanistic approach to the study of personality, namely the personality is unique and holistic; personality is an open system; personality is an active system in which there are two types’ interactions each other forces: one type of power comes out of protection and reliability (this force is prone to regression, and attachment to the past: a man is afraid to take risks, she's afraid to hurt what is already is); the second type of forces directs us forward to wholeness, to the uniqueness of the individual, to the full functioning of all his strength, to trust to the outside world, where you can open your existing deep identity (Maslow, 1999; Fadiman, G1994).  In the study we also draw on basic principles in the study of the process of development and formation of personality: unity of consciousness and activity, determinism, development of consciousness and personality in operation.


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Mosiichuk, V. (2017). The conceptual model of self-realization of future clinical psychologists. Fundamental and Applied Researches in Practice of Leading Scientific Schools, 20(2), 23-30. Retrieved from