Learn more about Developmental Psychology with our Developmental Psychology Book!
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, I am pleased to have the opportunity to introduce you to the topic of developmental psychology. Thе book “Introductions in Developmental Psychology” is a pleasant, easy-to-read and accessible manual that is appropriate for any psychology enthusiast, or any professional working with children, adolescents, and adults. My wish was to create a useful and accessible book that would be an indispensable assistant to each of you, both in everyday life and in your professional life. The book does not claim to be complete, but it is still a wonderful introduction to the subject. I hope that each of you will find something useful in it and implement it in your life. I wish you all a pleasant time! Best wishes, Valentin Boyadzhiev!
About The Author
Valentin Boyadzhiev is a trained nutritionist, graduated Master of Psychology in “Psychology and Psychopathology of Development”. He has acquired Professional Qualification “Teacher of Psychology” and Postgraduate Professional Qualification “Psychological Counseling in Psychosomatic and Social Adaptation Disorders”. He has obtained a Psychoanalysis Diploma and he has specialized in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. He is a member of the Association “Bulgarian Psychoanalytic Space”, “International Society of Applied Psychoanalysis” and „International Alliance of Holistic Therapists“. He is a lecturer on issues related to nutrition, diet, supplementation, food and sports. He is also a teacher and a lecturer in the field of psychology, logic, ethics, law, and philosophy. He has been a school psychologist since 2017. He has been participating annually in scientific conferences on psychology, psychotherapy, dietetics and medicine. His main interest and practice are in the field of psychoanalysis and clinical psychology.
Thanks to all the readers who were interested in this book. In it, I tried to make a concise and enjoyable synthesis of some of the most influential theories in developmental psychology. I hope that each of you is happy with the reading and has acquired new knowledge that will serve you both in work and in life in general. Developmental theories are one of the most complexes in psychology, and this brief synthesis neither exhausts this vast matter nor provides the necessary knowledge, but I hope it was a wonderful, interesting and enjoyable read. Best regards, Valentin Boyadzhiev!