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Problem-Solving Techniques for Consultant Psychologists

   

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2EducationTable of ContentsIntroduction:...............................................................................................................................3Body:..........................................................................................................................................3Theory:...................................................................................................................................3Research:................................................................................................................................4Evaluation strategies:.............................................................................................................5Intervention ideas:..................................................................................................................6Conclusion:................................................................................................................................7References:.................................................................................................................................8
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3EducationIntroduction: In psychology the solution to the challenges that an individual faces in any sector is dealt by the theory of problem solving. The psychologists believe that problem solving is a mental procedure or process that identifies the challenges or problems and analyzes them to come upwith the suitable solutions. Some individual learn from the situations to solve the problems and some individuals like to utilize their creativity in solving the issues. The essay has been presented with the aim of conducting intricate research on the identification of the applied psychology based on relevant theory and other resources in support of the theory. The theory of Problem Solving has been analyzed along with its evaluation and intervention ideas. Body:Theory:In everyday life every individual is vulnerable to any kind of situations where there can be major obstacles with which they might to deal with. The challenges in personal life, education and professional life are common. The problem solving is a mental process that makes an individual able to identify the problems, to analyze them and then to find out the best possible solutions. The problem solving method highlights some important areas where an individual has to be competent to solve the problems. It is suggested that an individual must identify the problem and this means the individual must have perceive the existence of the problem. The perceptibility of the problems is an important aspect for an individual. The individuals must have the desire to solve the problem and most importantly the individual must be aware about the existence of the problem solving tactics or methods. The theory of Problem Solving is one of the strategies that have to be understood by an individual to solve
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