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Psychological intervention in the Deaf people
Šimralová, Kristýna ; Veselá, Michaela (advisor) ; Štětovská, Iva (referee)
The bachelor thesis topic is the current possibilities of psychological intervention for the Deaf people. The first part describes their rules and habits; followed by the topic of psychological intervention with the Deaf - its general specifics, either without the use of a communication mediator (i.e., psychological intervention taking place directly in sign language) or with the use of a communication mediator (i.e., with the use of a sign language interpreter). At the end of this theoretical part, psychological intervention with Deaf people in selected foreign countries - the US, Germany, and the United Kingdom - is discussed. The thesis contains a research proposal that aims to find out where and how psychological intervention with Deaf people is carried out in the Czech Republic; whether the cultural specifics of Deaf people are taken into account, whether professionals are sufficiently familiar with the background of Deaf people, or if Deaf people are satisfied with psychological intervention in the Czech Republic at all. The research covers both Deaf service users and providers of these services. Keywords The Deaf; deaf; psychological intervention; sign language

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