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Madhuvanti381 views

What options i have after doing Majors in Psychology and Minor as International relations?

I am doing BA in liberal arts with major as psychology and minor subject as international relations. interested in design and Artificial intelligence too.Loves writing. I am open to study abroad out of India but don't prefer USA can you suggest best universities in Europe?

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How flexible are psychologists hours?

And how dependent are my hours on clients?

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Elaina357 views

Do psychologists ever work with teams?

If you are a psychologist NOT in counseling, do you ever work in teams with other psychologists? If not do you work with other teams of people in general?

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Lakshmi539 views

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 psychology and apply for license in the USA. Could anyone help me with the steps/ process to becoming a psychologist here in the US? Any guidance would be so helpful.

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Heather1100 views

Are psychologists scared of their patients

Do you ever get scared of some psycho patients? #Psychologists

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Esther761 views

What made you start your own private practice, and how did you go about it?

I am an aspiring clinical psychologist and have been doing research on private practice. I've read on how it gives you more freedom in setting your own hours, more control of your clients, and more independence as a business. I've also read on how it requires alot of your own resources, required you to network to find clients, and increases the management need for documentation with insurance companies. I'm just curious as to hearing about what made you start your own private practice (did you want more freedom? Didn't want to climb up a corporate ladder? Wanted more client focus? etc.), how you went about it, and what the experience has been like for you. Perhaps I may even start or not start my own once I become licensed in about 4 years. #business #career #clients #clinicalpsychology #clinicalpsychologists #entrepreneur #experience #JULY20 #therapist #therapy #privatepractice #psychology #psychologists #startup #startupbusiness

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Good morning.... i am currently unsure if i should pursue a masters degree ?

I have completed my chemical engineering degree and I can't seem to find a job. I have been applying from the beginning of my last academic year and have no success. I currently have a lot of family issues and during my undergrad studies it was a bit much to handle none the less I have managed to complete. I was hoping to find a job so that I could be come independent and find my own home and start living a more peaceful and happier lifestyle...however I could not find a job. I was considering to do masters as I heard that it could potentially help you to get a job but it could take up to 2 years which I am not too comfortable with considering I am not happy living at home. Doing masters will keep me busy and they have said that they will be able to pay me some allowance up to R4000 . I just don't know if I should consider it. #engineering #career-planning #psychologists #undecided

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Is it difficult to find jobs in Psychiatric Psychology?

I love the idea of working with the mentally insane, but is this career too unrealistic? #psychology #clinical-psychology #psychotherapy #neuropsychology #neuro #psychologists #insane #mentally

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