You can do so many things with a Psychology major! Of course the typical paths lead to clinical and counseling work, you can also go onto to several other fields. A Bachelor's degree in Psychology serves as an excellent foundation for many careers or graduate school. Some fields you could consider is Human Resources, Criminal Justice System, Animal Assistance programs, government.
Some Psychology graduates go onto Law School to become a lawyer. Others go onto the police academy, work in a Juvenile Corrections Center, or work as a Probation Officer.
You can also work in the Government, with some choosing to run for various offices (House of Representatives, Senate, Local Government).
If you have a strong interest in animals, there is a great deal of growth in Animal Assisted Therapy. So although you may still be functioning in a therapeutic role, it is different than the typical path. Also in this area you could be a trainer (Psychology teaches you a lot about learning and behavior modification).
Lastly, some students choose to work in a University setting as an Admissions Counselor or Residence Hall Director. Both of these jobs require exceptional interpersonal skills, which Psychology enhances.
These are not all of the options, but should give you some ideas! Best of luck.