Hi Alexis, congratulations on graduation!
If you are firmly in the "What am I going to do with this degree?" place of your career development, that's OK! Reach out to Career Services at GSU and also poke around on O*NET's My Next Move wizard. Both of these resources may highlight interests or values that you didn't realize you had!
In psychology, most professionals will have graduate-level degrees in the specific field they enter. If you decide that you want to return to school for a graduate degree, take your time to research programs, mentors, and your career prospects in that field before committing. Also, note that many programs will PAY YOU to go to graduate school in the form of teaching/research "assistantships." Some schools offer full tuition waivers and/or health insurance in addition to (a little) pay.
In the meantime, try to work in a setting that aligned with your future goals. If you already know that you're interested in doing research, look for technician opportunities with professors at universities near you (reach out to your GSU professors with questions or requesting help to network if you're no longer in the area). Do you want to take your psychology degree to law school? Look for internship/aide positions with a law firm or non-profit organization. Do you want to go into counseling? Look for work/volunteer experience with crisis hotlines, inpatient treatment centers, or shelters. Are you interested in organizational-industrial psychology? Look for work with Human Resources departments.
Finally, if you are feeling any sense of disappointment about having a gap year(s), I want to share two things with you. First, it is SUPER COMMON to have several years where you figure out how you want to spend your life. It is not a small decision! Second, this is time you can use to your advantage to explore and build your strength as a candidate and a human being wherever it is that you go next. Stay curious, and work hard to find experiences that bring you a little closer every day to where you want to be in one, two, or three years.