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Seryakova S.B., Tamarskaya N.V., Shcherbina A.I.


UDC 37.01:379.835


Seryakova S.B.1 (Moscow, Russian Federation) –, Tamarskaya N.V.1 (Moscow, Russian Federation) –, Shcherbina A.I.1 (Moscow, Russian Federation) –

1Moscow Pedagogical State University

Abstract. State policy in the field of education is based on the principles: priority of domestic values, human life and health, free development of the individual. At the same time, the education of citizenship, respect for human rights and freedoms, hard work, love for the environment, family, and Motherland is recognized as important. Because of this, civic and spiritual-moral education of the individual is one of the key tasks for the development of Russia. More and more forced migrants and forced migrant children are arriving on the territory of the Russian Federation in order to protect themselves and loved ones from external attacks. Children who have quite dramatically changed their living environment and language environment experience difficulties in interacting with others and peers. New sociocultural conditions leave their mark: new values and habits are formed, migrant children are forced to join new value guidelines, new forms of relationships, since this is the only way they can overcome adaptation barriers and become full-fledged members of the new community. A special role in this process is played by counselors, as specialists involved in organizing the activities of the children’s team. The purpose of their activities is to support the recreation of children and create conditions for the full development of children’s temporary team, under the guidance of a teacher, which, in the changing conditions of modern sociocultural reality, requires them to develop more extensive professional competencies.

Keywords: counselors, professional competencies, professional standard, difficult life situation, migrant children.


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For citation: Seryakova S.B., Tamarskaya N.V., Shcherbina A.I. About preparing counselors to work with migrant children in children’s health centers. CITISE, 2023, no. 4, pp. 449-457. DOI: