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Pourquoi rejoindre psyCH?

En tant qu'organisation faîtière d'étudiants en psychologie suisses, il existe de nombreuses possibilités de développement et d'influence positive sur la vie des étudiants:

  •     Souhaitez-vous rencontrer des étudiant-e-s en psychologie de toute la Suisse?
  •     Souhaitez-vous faire l'expérience de la psychologie en dehors du contexte universitaire?
  •     Souhaitez-vous développer davantage vos compétences en tant que psychologue?
  •     Souhaitez-vous partager vos connaissances avec des penseurs similaires?
  •     Souhaitez-vous influencer le monde de la psychologie en Suisse (par exemple, stages standardisés et rémunérés pour étudiant-e-s)?
  •     Voulez-vous représenter les étudiant-e-s au niveau national dans les domaines sociopolitiques (par exemple, le débat sur l'assurance maladie)?
  •     Êtes-vous intéressé-e à créer un premier contact et des expériences dans le monde professionnel?
  •     Souhaitez-vous faciliter l'entrée dans le monde professionnel des étudiant-e-s en psychologie?
  •     Souhaitez-vous participer à des projets intéressants, tels que le congrès de psychologie psyKo
  •     Souhaitez-vous proposer aux étudiant-e-s d’excellents projets à développer personnellement?

Alors, psyCH serait fait pour vous!

Comment pouvez-vous vous impliquer dans le forum psyCH?

  • Représenter des étudiants en psychologie au niveau national dans des matières sociopolitiques en tant que Vice-president.
  • Rassemblez les gens et organisez le Congrès de psychologie 2019 en tant que psyKo-Head.
  • Offrir aux étudiant-e-s en psychologie une expérience qui changera leur vie en tant que Head of trainer's school 2019.
  • Permettre la réalisation de grands projets en tant que Sponsoring coordinator.
  • Informer les étudiants sur le monde suisse de la psychologie en tant qu'Editor and promotion coordinator.
  • Informer les étudiants sur les opportunités du monde de la psychologie Suisse en tant que Webmaster.
  • Susciter l'intérêt du monde des psychologues suisses en tant que Blog coordinator.
  • Promouvoir la croissance personnelle et le développement personnel des étudiants en psychologie en tant que Training coordinator.

Comment allez-vous être inclus dans l'équipe de psyCH?

psyCH est actuellement à la recherche de nouveaux membres actifs dédiés pour le mandat 2018/2019.

Si vous souhaitez améliorer les possibilités des étudiants suisses en psychologie, veuillez contacter> [email protected] ou poser votre candidature pour un poste au sein du conseil d'administration de psyCH jusqu'au 30 avril 2019. Le 18 mai, l'Assemblée générale a lieu à Olten, où Nous aimerions vous souhaiter la bienvenue dans nos centres!

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Eva-Maria Stauffer, University of Basel, Master in Clinical Psychology and Neuroscience

Charles-Bonnett Syndrome

Did you know hallucinations may arise as a result of sensory loss (e.g. age-related vision and hearing loss)?

Here's an interesting, accessible TED talk about Charles-Bonnett syndrome held by the best-selling author and neurologist Oliver Sacks. Among others, he's the author of "The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat", which you might recall from cognitive psychology courses.

Here's the link: TED - Charles Bonnett Syndrome

Cécile Vitali, University of Basel, Master Social, Economic, and Decision Psychology

Finally, I am a psychotherapist. But how does it feel at the very beginning?

Two years ago, I earned my master’s degree in psychology and I am finally allowed to pursue the profession of a psychotherapist. But what does it mean to work as an assistant psychologist? What do you learn in the psychotherapy training? How does all of this feel?

These questions have often occupied me and I am sure others have the same difficulties.

At the university you are thought a lot about people. Clinical lectures and seminars in particular deal with a wide variety of disorders, diagnostic instruments and different approaches of psychotherapy. And yet it is something completely different when you're sitting in front of a client for the first time, conducting an initial consultation, a diagnosis or a psychotherapeutic intervention. "What am I doing here?", "Am I doing this the right way?" and "Does my client notice that I am still completely inexperienced?”. Such questions came to my mind during my first therapy sessions in my time as an assistant psychologist. Yes, I felt thrown in at the deep end. But isn't that the case with every career start after graduation? Maybe as a psychotherapist it's different again because you work so closely with people and their wellbeing is at stake.

After a few months and a higher number of cases there was a certain "routine". Through structures, more precise considerations on case conception and a larger repertoire of interventions, I was able to gain confidence day by day. Among other things, the psychotherapy training made a proper contribution to this. Exciting seminars ranging from depression to ego-state-therapy gave me inputs that I was often able to try out and implement directly in coming therapy sessions.

Almost every day you are confronted with difficult situations from the clients' lives. I had to learn to distance myself from them and not take the stories home. It was just as important for me to learn that I could not "save" every client and take responsibility for their lives. These are processes that took time, where the therapeutic self-awareness and supervision were an important support and part of it. My best friend always had an open ear for me in the initial phase. I also managed - mainly through sports - to get a certain distance from work.

In addition to the fact that day-to-day work is not always easy, the profession as a psychotherapist also has some incredibly beautiful facets: situations in which you become aware that a good bond between the client and you as a therapist has developed, when clients regain more self-confidence and show a more functional approach to situations that were previously impossible, when personal goals of the clients are achieved or when a therapy can be completed in which the client reports a fulfilled life with an improved state of mind.

Even though the path is long and there are always difficult moments, I am very happy to be able to carry out the profession of psychotherapist.


Author: Silvio Deplazes

Picture: Pixabay

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Eva-Maria Stauffer, University of Basel, Master in Clinical Psychology and Neuroscience