It was aimed that the students gain knowledge and experience in the workshops
“Vocational and Academic Development Workshops – I” were organized by the Department of Psychology of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, European University of Lefke (EUL). Seven different workshops were organized in order to contribute to the professional and academic development of students.
In the workshops, various topics which could not be covered in the standard curriculum courses in detail, were discussed and it was aimed to provide the students more in-depth knowledge and experience on these issues.
Within the scope of the event; a workshop titled “Clinical Interview and Evaluation with Children”, which was held by Asst. Prof. Dr. Cemaliye Direktör, information and experience on how to conduct clinical interviews with children, were given to psychologist candidates who want to work with children. In the workshop titled “Using APA Format Correctly” held by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sultan Şehitoğlu Okumuşoğlu, the application of the APA format used in writing scientific articles was made. In the workshop titled “Projective Tests” held by Prof. Dr. Zihniye Okray, information and experience about projective tests, one of the tools used in the psychological evaluation process, were transferred. Asst. Prof. Dr. Umut Şah organized a workshop titled “Conducting Qualitative Research”, information and experience on how to conduct a qualitative research were transferred.
In the workshop titled “Forensic Psychology” held by the lecturer Beliz Köroğlu, information and experience were transferred on how psychological knowledge is applied in forensic issues. In the workshop titled “Working with Children” organized by lecturer Dilem Öke, information and experience about important issues and skills specific to this field were transferred to psychologist candidates who want to work with children. Asst. Prof. Dr. Doğa Eroğlu- Şah organized a workshop, titled “Contemporary Issues in Emerging and Young Adulthood”, in the workshop, information and facts that will enable students to understand the individuals better in this developmental period, were transferred in an interactive way.