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Golichenkov A. K., Belitskaya A.V., Barabanshchikova V.V., Vaipan V.A., Davidyan G.M., Zinchenko Yu.P., Molotnikov A.E., Timofeeva L.N., Shoigu Yu.S. (2018) The current state of the legal regulation of psychological assistance. National Psychological Journal, [Natsional’nyy psikhologicheskiy zhurnal], 11(1), 141–150.

Background. Currently there is a need to adopt a special federal law that covers psychological counselling of the population. The lack of such law is preventing use of uniformed terminology across the country and separating governmental and non-governmental psychological counselling rendered. Such gap also does not correspond with the interests of the clients that counselling is focused on since the experts who are allowed to extend those services are undetermined and undefined.

Objective The paper is directed at analyzing the status quo of legal regulation of the psychological counselling, finding gaps in such regulation and proving the need in a special federal law.

Research Progress. The paper takes an account of the current state of regulation of psychological counselling in the Russian Federation and foreign countries using the comparative legal analysis approach.The research resulted in a finding that there is the need in a special federal law on psychological counselling.

Conclusion. Special federal law on psychological counselling of the population is necessary to elaborate and eventually to implement for uniformity in counselling and in social work services, and also to protect the rights and interests of those who seek councelling, as well as determining the qualifications of those to render such services.

Practical Application. The research results can be used while drafting and passing a special federal law on psychological counselling and executive regulatory acts.

Received: 03/06/2018

Accepted: 03/14/2018

Pages: 141-150

DOI: 10.11621/npj.2018.0113

Keywords: psychological support; social services; social and psychological services; psychologist; emergency situations and emergencies;

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Available Online: 03/30/2018


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