The article presents theoretical substantiation and empirical research of the development of emotional orientation in the structure of facilitation activities of future psychologists. The development of students-psychologists’ readiness for facilitative activities and related problemsd are actualized. In the context of facilitate support it is possible to provide the full development of future psychologists’ facilitative abilities: self-actualization, comprehension of life, internal motivation, reflexivity, self-esteem and self-understanding, authenticity, empathy, self-confidence, responsibility, the ability to accept, respect and understand others; the ability to create special conditions for personal development. The essential basis for psychologists-facilitators’ professional formation is their professional self-determination, which correlates with meanings of their personal self-determination. An individual’s emotional orientation is an indicator of future specialists’ value and general orientations.
We analyzed B.I Dodonov’s approach, according to which individuals’ emotional orientations are determined by their need in emotional colouring of their actions, when individuals’ experiences pbtain self-sufficient values; and it expressed in individuals’ activities, motivates them and influences a professional choice and professional procedural moments. Our empirical study was based on B.I Dodonov’s classification of value emotions: altruistic emotions, communicative emotions, glorious emotions, praxic emotions, pugnantic emotions, romantic emotions, gnostic emotions, aesthetic emotions, hedonistic emotions, and acquisitive emotions. The empirical study of future psychologists’ emotional orientations shows that the studied students are mostly characterised by high altruistic, hedonistic, communicative and romantic emotional orientations. We can assume that these particular features of future psychologists’ emotional orientation correspond to the essence and structure of their facilitation activities and, in the future, they will help ensure their work effectiveness.
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