Lecturers and Assistants
Contact hours: by phone: Mon-Fri 10.00h to 14.00h; by mail: anytime; live: by arrangement
Research field: psychology, mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral therapy
Lecturer at subjects:
1st-cycle undergraduate study – General psychology 2, General psychology 1, Theories and models of personality, Tuition 1, Deliquency theories and process of help in community, Rehabilitation, special and social pedagogy, Tuition 3, Selected topics of psychotherapy, Knowledge and treatment skills 2
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Emil Karajić, graduated in 2010 from the Department of Psychology, University of Ljubljana and then worked as an expert in the field of education. During his early career, he received further formal qualifications in the field of pedagogy, special and social pedagogy and andragogy (2012-2014, Faculty of Education). In 2016, he became a trainer of education for democratic citizenship and human rights education (EDC/HRE, European Center Wergeland) and a teacher of mindfulness (IPSA). In 2017, he also trained as a psychotherapist in the field of behavioral-cognitive psychotherapy (DVKT). During his time in education, he mostly dedicated himself to students with special needs, especially those with emotional and behavioral problems. His area of research is the applicability of mindfulness approaches in education and psychotherapy and the provision of supportive psychotherapeutic assistance to students and their parents while awaiting another form of formal treatment (first psychotherapeutic aid). He was also very active in the field of peer violence – especially through the international project NašVIZ.