Career Questions tagged Clinical Psychology
What was your experience in grad-school for Psychology?
How do you pick your focus? What was your experience like in picking your focus? What job did you end up picking? What job did you end up getting after picking your focus?
What are your tips to excel an interview and a simulation as part of the admission to a PhD program in clinical psychology? #CV23
I currently study in a master's degree program in psychology and have applied to multiple PhD programs in clinical psychology/neuropsychology.
Could I be a cosmetologist with Tourettic-OCD?
Can I be a cosmetologist with tics?
I am a Junior at University getting my Psychology major and Social Work minor. I'm most interested in sports psychology and fitness in combination with psychology. Any advice on finding summer volunteer work or internships that are related to these fields?
I am also a National Council on Strength and Fitness Certified Personal Trainer.
What is the daily life in Psychology?
What is the day of a psychiatrist like?
Hello, I'm interested in Psychology as learning about the human mind is interesting, what is daily life in that occupation like?
What degrees should I get for a criminal psychologist?
Im struggling with what I want to do but I know I want to do something with criminals and their behavior.
What should I get my masters in?
Right now I am in a joint program for psychology and criminal justice and am having a hard time deciding what path I should get my masters in. I am interested in criminal behavior and want to become a criminal psychologist but i am unsure.
how can an individual teenager get into the race of being extraordinary and in groups of ones millionaires?
very confused about this
Why did you pick to study psychology?
What is the hardest part about being a Psychologist? What's the best thing about being a Psychologist?
Pros and Cons of being a psychologist?
What are the overall benefits, and downsides of being a licensed psychologist?
As someone interested in psychology, and possibly going into a career as a therapist or counselor, is it challenging to take on so many other people's issues? Does that affect the non-working part of your life mentally or emotionally?
Currently a junior in high school
Very interested in studying psychology at University
what do I need to do to become a psychologist in the USA?
Hi everyone! I am looking to work towards being a psychologist in the USA. I have done my Bachelor's and Masters in Applied Psychology (from India) and currently doing my Masters in Creativity and Change Leadership. I am aware that I would need to pursue a Psy.D or Phd in order to become a...
Why are counselors important when it comes to mental health?
My dream career is to be a mental health counselor. Mental health counselors talk to a patient and get to know the person, they do this so they can give advice or feedback that relates more to the patient and their struggles. Speaking from personal experience I have found that counseling does...
Basics of Psychology?
Is a psychology based job more interesting than psychology classes in college? How do psychology centered jobs generally pay? Is there any big flaws with your occupation that you wish you could eliminate?
What is the work environment like for a Clinical and Counseling Psychologist??
Hi! I'm interested in this career and was wondering what the environment for this job would specifically be like (place, dress, workload, pace)?
Is it mentally challenging to be a Clinical and Counseling Psychologist?
Hi! One of the careers that I am interested in is a Clinical and Counseling Psychologist. I was wondering if while working and helping others who may have issues with their mental health, also takes a toll on your mental health. What do you do to maintain a good head space while working in this...
Are there jobs and opportunities that are available in psychology prior to getting your master's degree??
Hi! I am interested in psychology, but I know that to get the most successful career, it is helpful to have a master's degree. I was wondering if there are any jobs available in psychology after earning your bachelor's? Can I be in school for my master's degree and still have a stable job in...
What are the challenges of working to get a master's degree?
Hi! I'm thinking about if I want to earn a master's degree in psychology so that I can get the most successful job in the future. I'm worried that working to get a master's degree might be too overwhelming and time consuming. However, I feel that a master's degree will be worth it in the long...
What is the first thing to fo to become a psychologist?
What is the first step to becoming a psychologist? What are some things I can do/take starting in highschool that will help me become a psychologist?
Sub-fields of Psychiatry...
While researching the career field, I found out that there are sub-fields of psychiatry. I am aware of the following: - Addiction Psychiatry - Geriatric Psychiatry - Pediatric Psychiatry - Neuropsychiatry What do these sub-fields mean? Are there other sub-fields I should be aware of? How does...
Psychiatrist career ladder...
What are the steps ( in chronological order) to becoming a psychiatrist? I understand that one must achieve a bachelor's degree, go to med-school, and complete a residency, but I am not sure what order these steps should be taken in.
A few questions about becoming a psychiatrist...
What are some of the challenges a new employee might face as a psychiatrist? What were some challenges you had to face during your initial weeks at the company and how did you overcome them?
What are the parts of the job that are not commonly talked about or considered taboo?
What are some things you expreince first hand in a hospital by just being a psychologist
What are some of the things you will see? what about cases you might deal with? how will you deal with them? How do i know this is right for me??
What type of jobs can I get with a bachelor's degree in Psychology (BA)?
Im currently a college student who is a Psychology BA major. I don't really want to spend more time in school getting a master's.
Psychology major advice
Can you still become a clinical psychologist with a BA in Psychology? And are there specific psychology fields that don't require a PHD or PSYD? I'm interested in the field but I don't know if I want to spend 12 years in my life at school.
How did you get into your current job? what is your story? did you know you wanted to do that? what was your struggle?
I just want to know your story and get a lesson or be inspired.
In clinical psychology, what is the best way to approach a client who is struggling internally? Was there ever a situation in which you didn't know how to respond to something a client told you? If so, how did you handle it?
I'm interested in learning more about clinical psychology and its practices, but I noticed that I freeze up whenever someone close to me tells me about mental illnesses or issues that they have been going through. In these sorts of situations, I want to support them and make them feel better,...
how much is or will the psychology field expand ? and what is one of the best countries to get your psychology degree from ?
i am a ninth grader i have recently been interested in the psychology field so i would like to know more about it
What schooling do I need to work as a clinical psychologist in New Jersey and what credentials do I need?
How do you know if psychology is the right field for you?
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