In 2003 the Hungarian Parliament emphasised the importance of preventi on by the elaborati on, the discussion and the adopti on of the Nati onal Crime Preventi on Strategy. The prioriti es of the strategy are as follows: the reducti on of child crime and juvenile delinquency, the increase in the safety of citi es, the preventi on of domesti c v
...iolence and victi m support and the preventi on of repeat victi mizati on. In order to achieve these goals, the County’s insti tuti ons have to be able to achieve an eff ecti ve collaborati on. Crime preventi on is primarily not a police task, but rather the responsibility of social insti tuti ons, child and youth welfare insti tuti ons, and last but not least the potenti al victi m’s own responsibility.
In Hungary, the science of psychology separated early in the XX. century using three trends: the tradition of social science emerged from the philosophy, the psychoanalytic trend was born in the healing and the natural science in the children-experiments. Famous representatives of the philosophical trend were Szüts, Ribot, Pikler, Leopold, Kor
...nis, Posch. We can recognise the concepts of the human inner processes, the cognition and the soul activity of the early psychology from their publications.
Personality development and learning support are the fi elds of the psychological counselling, which can help to every student in the higher educai on, and are pari cularly important for the talented young people. The unfolding of the genius means the complex development of the personality, the explorai on and the conscious and direci onal deve
...lopment of the strengths and weaknesses. This is not a trouble free process and it is also not a simply task to take on the external viewer posii on. The counsellor can help to the students and can produce the chance for the development to the genius young people with the method of the personality development and the learning support.
‘Life Issues’ was actually invented as a knowledge development special course advertised as an optional subject, generating great interest among students. In this case the knowledge development meant the achievement of a deeper level of self-awareness, which was fully realized in this semester. The student reflections speak for themselves.
...At the end of the course we drew the conclusion with the students together: psychological safety is created by self-knowledge and the harmony evolved with the world.