2012, Volume 2(1)

TURINYS / CONTENTS

Editor’s letter 5
   
I. SOCIAL CHALLENGES 7
   
Rare Diseases and the Quality of Life of Caregivers
J. Michalík
8
   
Identification of Peculiarities of Reactive Anxiety Experienced by Professionals of Socioeducational Activities, Employing Quantitative and Qualitative Methods
D. Alifanovienė, A.Vaitkevičienė, L. Lučinskaitė
18
   
Expression of Prostitution in the Context of Consumer Society Development
A. Acus
26
   
II. THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES 37
   
Links between Teachers’ Attachment Style and Social Interest
A. Kepalaitė
38
   
Self-Realization of Teacher: Personal Meaning and Direction
S. Sergejko
48
   
Personal – Semantic Characteristics of Higher School Students’ Motivation
L. Serdiuk
56
   
Development of Students’ Vocational Competence in the Frame of Extracurricular Activities
K. Kolchenko, N.Kozlikovska
63
   
III. DISABILITY STUDIES 71
   
Development of Practical Activity Experience for Pupils with Moderate and Severe Retardation of Mental Development
I. Prudņikova
72
   
Self-Actualization of Individuals with Intellectual Disability: Role of the Environment
A. M. Shcherbakova
86
   
Strategies of Coping with the Difficulties of Young People with Mental Disorders Who Have Left Institutional Care for Children and Youth
A. Lileikienė
93
   
IV. PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION 107
   
Holistic Approach to the Vocational Counselling of Students with Special Education Needs
I. Baranauskienė, J. Kossewska, L. Radzevičienė, A. Valaikienė
108
   
Animated Treatment: The Method of Art Therapy Used with Children Having Communication Problems
L. Lebedeva
123
   
Isometric Balance of Forces of Separate Muscle Groups of Persons with Visual Impairments Depending on Physical Activity
D. Mockevičienė, A. Savenkovienė, I. Šimkutė
131
   
About the authors 143
   
Requirements for Publication in “Social Welfare Interdisciplinary Approach” 146