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Psychiatrists opinions towards the Psychodiagnostic process.

 

Fahed A. Al-Rabiah, King Saud University Riyadh

 

          This study aimed at discovering psychiatrists opinions on psychodiagnosis 63 psychiatrists, who are working in Saudi Arabian Mental Hospitals, Participated in this study. A Questionnaire of 22 items has been developed, and all subjects responded to this questionnaire.

The study revealed the following results:

1-       Most of the subjects believe in psychodiagnosis as an important process, which must be performed before treatment.

2-       There are significant differences between subjects responses based on their theoretical orientation.

3-       There are no significant differences between subjects responses based on their ages and years of experience.

4-       Most of the subjects depend on either mental disorder's sympotoms or the use of the International Classification of Diseases (Tenth edition) ICD-10 in the Process of diagnosis.

 


Loneliness and Social Support

A study on a sample of Saudi College students

 

Dr. Fahed A. Al-Rabiah

Psych. Dept. college of Education

King Saud University

 

Abstract :

 The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between loneliness and social support among Saudi College students.

The sample of this study consisted of (600) students from the college of Education, King Saud University.

The researcher used two instruments (loneliness scale , and social support scale).

The study revealed the following results:

1-         There was negative correlation between subjects scores on loneliness, and their scores on the social support scale.

2-         Subjects scores on the loneliness scale did not show significant differences according to sex, marital status, and type of living (living with the family or living in the university house).

 

Attitudes of Psycholgy students towards the profession of the clinical psychologist.

 

Dr. Fahed A. Al-Rabiah

Psych. Dept. College of Education

King Saud University

 

Abstract:

          The aim of this study was to know the attitudes of psychology students towards the profession of the clinical psychologist.

The sample of this study consisted of (375) psychology students from the college of education, King Saud University.

The researcher developed an instrument to measure students attitudes towards the profession of the clinical psychologist.

This study revealed the following results:

1-       Female subjects were more positive than males in their attitudes towards the profession of the clinical psychologist .

2-       There were no significant differences between the students in their attitudes towards the profession of the clinical psychologist according to their educational levels.

3-       There were no significant differences between male subjects in their attitudes towards the profession of the clinical psychologist. According to their marital status.

4-       Single female subjects were more positive in their attitudes towards the profession of the clinical psychologist than married subjects.

 

 


The Role of the clinical

Psychologist in the processes of diagnosis and psychotherapy

 

Dr. Fahed A. Al-Rabiah

Psych. Dept. College of Education

King Saud University

 

Abstract:

          The aim of this study was to know the role of the clinical psychologist in the processes of psycho diagnosis and psychotherapy . The sample of this study consisted of (61) psychologists (Males and Females) working at Saudi Mental Health Hospitals. The researcher developed an instrument to measure subjects performance in diagnosis and psychotherapy.

The study revealed the following results:

1-      There were no significant differences between males and females in the performance of diagnosis and psychotherapy.

2-      There were no significant differences between higher educated and lower educated subjects in the performance of diagnosis and psychotherapy.

3-      High experienced subjects obtained more scores than low experienced subjects in diagnosis and psychotherapy.

 

 


Burnout in Professionals Working in Human and Social Services and Its Relation to Some Variables in the City of Riyadh

 

Al-Sayed I. Al-Samadouny * and Fahed A. Al-Rabiah**

*Associate Professor and ** Assistant Professor,

 

Dept. of Psychology, College of Education, King Saud University,

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

 

Abstract:

          This study aimed to investigate burnout in professionals working in human and social services (teachers, nurses, medical doctors, psychologists, as well as administrators in these professions) and its relation to some variables. The Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) was translated into the Arabic language and was administered to 329 Ss. The study revealed significant differences between professionals working in these professions in terms of their frequent feeling of burnout. Burnout was significantly more prevalent among teachers and nurses as compared to other professions. Feeling of burnout varied with age and duration of employment. Married participants reported higher levels of burnout as compared with non-married. No significant gender differences were observed.

 


Ethical Principles and the Suggested Code of Conduct of the Profession of the Clinical Psychologist in Saudi Arabia

 

Fahed A. AL-Rabiah

Associate Professor of Sychology Dept. of Psychology College of Education, King Saud University  Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

 

Abstract:

          This study attempted to explore some ethical principles of the profession of the Clinical Psychologist. These Principles included informed consent, confidentiality, competence, ethical responsibilities of the Clinical Psychologist, and Clinical Psychologists Values. In addition, a suggested code of conduct for the Clinical Psychologist was presented in this study. Finally, the researcher draw some recommendations and Suggestions for future exploration.

 

 

Attitudes of intermediate and Secondary Scholl principals towards School Counseling

 

Fahed A. Al-Rabiah

Assocaite professor

Psych. Dept. College of Education, King Saud University

 

Abstract:

          The aim of the present study was to know the attitudes of the school principals towards school counseling. Another aim of this study was to investigate the differences between the school principals in their attitudes towards school counseling according the variables of sex and age. The sample of this study consisted of (203) school principals (103 males, and 100 femals) from Riyadh city.

A questionnaire was designed, and different statistical techniques were implemented in order to test the research hypotheses.

The study revealed the following results:

1-       Most of the school principals (males and females) have positive attitudes towards school counseling.

2-       The females were more positive than the males in their attitudes towards school counseling.

3-       There were no significant differences between old and young principals in their attitudes towards school counseling.

In the light of these findings, the researcher offered some recommendation and suggestions for further research.   


The Role Of The Clinical Psychologist

as perceived by the psychiatrist

 

Fahed A. Al-Rabiah

Associate Professor

Psych. Dept., College of education King Saudi University, Riyahd

 

Abstract:

          The aim of the present study was to know the role of the clinical psychologist as perceived by the psychiatrist.

          The sample of the study consisted of 64 psychiatrists (47 males, and 17 females) working at mental health hospitals in Saudi Arabia. A questionnaire was designed and different statistical techniques were implemented to test the research hypotheses.

          The findings showed that female psychiatrists believed that diagnosis and consultation are the major roles of the clinical psychologist. In addition, the findings of the present study showed that subjects whose experience in the clinical work is more that ten years perceived the clinical psychologist as capable to do diagnosis, psychotherapy, and consultation. Finally, the researcher offered several recommendations, and suggestions for further research.
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