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PhDr. Martina Chylová, PhD.

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She has been working as a psychologist since graduating from university studies in 1999 predominantly with young adult clients. At present, she specializes in teaching psychological subjects in medicine and psychology in the Slovak and English language at the Faculty of Medicine. She also helps them as a coordinator for students with specific needs. In addition, she seeks to help students in crisis as a counsellor at UNIPOC UPJŠ, to advise them on health or personal problems so that they can focus on learning and successfully complete university. She advises all students and PhD students at UPJŠ, not only at the Faculty of Medicine. It mainly concerns stress and demanding requirements in school, anxiety, depression, sophistication, time organization of work, or problematic relations with the surroundings. At her university research work, she has several domestic and foreign research activities focusing on the psychosocial factors of schizophrenia, the impact of professional stress on the emergence of mental disabilities, and the promotion of mental health in multiple sclerosis patients.

In her free time, she likes to swim and to exercise, she likes to travel around Slovakia and to the sea,  goes to nature, devotes herself to family and friends. She does not like laziness, lies and override. She tries to follow the motto: Act as you want to feel, and advise her patients: Make yourself at least one little joy every day.

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