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|Korean Journal of Clinical Psychology - Vol. 39 , No. 4
|ISSN: 2733-4538 (Online)|
| publication date 30 Nov 2020|
|Received 30 Oct 2020 Accepted 30 Oct 2020|
|Post–COVID-19 한국임상심리학회 발전 로드맵|
서수연 1 ; 이영준 2 ; 이주영 3 ; 한영경 4 ; 허지원 5 ; 어유경 6 ; 김석웅 7 ; 안우영 8 ; 이원혜 9 ; 진주희 10 ; 천정현 11 ; 최승원 12 ; 송현주 13, †
www.kcp.or.kr 396 Post–COVID-19 Roadmap of the Korean Clinical Psychology Association
Sooyeon Suh1 ; Youngjoon Lee2 ; Joo Young Lee3 ; Young-kyoung Hahn4 ; Ji-Won Hur5 ; Yookyung Eoh6 ; Seok-Woong Kim7 ; Woo-Young Ahn8 ; Won Hye Lee9 ; Juhee Chin10 ; Junghyun Chun11 ; Sungwon Choi12 ; Hyunjoo Song13, †
|1Department of Psychology, Sungshin Women’s University, Seoul|
|2Yonsei University College of Medicine Department of Medical Education, Seoul|
|3Department of Child Development and Education, Dongduk Women’s University, Seoul|
|4Seoul Psychological Support Northeast Center, Seoul|
|5Department of Psychology, Korea University, Seoul|
|6Yongmoon Graduate School of Counseling Psychology, Seoul|
|7Psychologist Group for Mental Health Care, Gwangju|
|8Department of Psychology, Seoul National University, Seoul|
|9National Center for Mental Health, Seoul|
|10Department of Neurology, Samsung Medical Center, Seoul|
|12Department of Psychology, Duksung Women’s University, Seoul|
|13Department of Psychotherapy, Graduate School of Professional Therapeutic Technology, Seoul Women’s University, Seoul, Korea|
|Correspondence to : †Correspondence to Hyunjoo Song, Department of Psychotherapy, Graduate School of Professional Therapeutic Technology, Seoul Women’s University, 621 Hwarang-ro, Nowon-gu, Seoul, Korea; E-mail: email@example.com|
© 2020 Korean Clinical Psychology Association
이 보고서는 2020년 6월 19일부터 10월 26일까지 활동한 56대 한국임상심리학회 포스트코로나위원회의 결과 보고서이다. 코로나와 기술 혁명이 맞물리는 대변혁의 환경에서 한국 임상심리학회를 위한 체계적이고 지속성을 가진 발전로드맵이 필요하다는 절박한 인식에서 포스트코로나위원회가 구성되었다. 2020년 9월부터 2025년 8월까지 5년 기간을 기준으로 한국임상심리학회의 비전과 핵심과제를 도출하였고 각 핵심과제별 현황을 파악하고 실천 방안을 제시하였다. 향후 한국임상심리학회의 도약적 발전을 위해 중요한 토대로 기여하기를 바란다.
This work is an overview of the workings of the Post–COVID-19 Committee of the 56th Korean Clinical Psychology Association, which was active from June 19th to October 26th, 2020. The Post–COVID-19 Committee was established from the desperate need for a systematic and sustainable development roadmap for the Korean Clinical Psychology Association in response to an era of transformation wherein the COVID-19 pandemic and technological revolution intertwine. For the fiveyear period from September 2020 to August 2025, the vision and core tasks of the Korean Clinical Psychology Association were derived, and the current situation of each of the core tasks was identified and action plans were suggested. It is hoped that this work will contribute as a foundation for the Korean Clinical Psychology Association to take a leap forward.
|Keywords: Post–COVID-19, Korean Clinical Psychology Association, roadmap
키워드: Post–COVID-19, 한국임상심리학회, 로드맵
SYS, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology, Sungshin Women’s University, drafted, summarized and revised the manuscript. YJL, Research Assistant Professor in the Medicine Department of Medical Education, Yonsei University College; JYL, Associate Professor in the Department of Child Development and Education, Dongduk Women’s University; YKH, Team Manager in the Seoul Psychological Support Northeast Center; JWH, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology, Korea University; YKE, Assistant Professor in Yongmoon Graduate School of Counseling Psychology; SWK, Director in the Psychologist Group for Mental Health Care; WYA, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology, Seoul University; WHL, Director and Clinical Psychologist in the National Center for Mental Health; JHC, Clinical Psychologist in the Department of Neurology, Samsung Medical Center; JHC, Co-CEO at HUNO; SWC, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology, Duksung Women’s University, contributed to idea generation, drafting, and/or revision of the manuscript. HJS, Professor in the Department of Psychotherapy, Graduate School of Professional Therapeutic Technology at Seoul Women's University, oversaw the report finalization, contributed to idea generation, consensus building, and revision of the manuscript.