I hate everything about my college. I was really try to love my major, yet i can not get an idea of changing school out of my brain. It keeps appear in every single day. Once i though of my study, i totally got headache and my head was about to break. I only need 5 more terms to finish advance diplo
Can I go on to become a psychiatrist if my undergraduate major is psychology? How many extra chemistry/STEM classes will I have to take in order to qualify for medical school?
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Seen this question a lot but never got a clear answer.
I am a currently a sophomore marketing major. My own experience with mental health makes me want to inspire others and help them live happily. I hope to apply for mental health counseling, family and relationship therapist, social work master (even to a phd counseling psychology.) My biggest worri
I am interested in knowing more about music therapy, what are the available training programs in Canada ?
3rd year Psychology major student, interested in knowing more details about what it takes to become a therapist. (e.g. degree requirement, training program length, certificate... etc.)
Servant leadership is the idea of serving others out of love instead of ego and expecting nothing in return. Is this an effective leadership style? I'd like to think so. Does this work in management?
I'm 20 and have been enrolled in community college since I was 16. It's been a roller-coaster as far as my academic performance; I've done well in many classes and failed just as many. I think the biggest factor of my failures is my tendency to procrastinate when I get overwhelmed or stressed. Somet
I have a psychology major in college so I wanted to explore more of what I can do with a psychology major outside of being a licensed Psychologist.
What do you do if you're a senior in college and you still don't know what you want to do with your degree?
I have a bachelor's of science degree in psychology. I'm pretty hesitant about getting my masters for a couple of reasons. For one, I don't know what I want. And two, it's really expensive. I've looked at a lot of jobs, but nothing in this field is really catching my eye. I love to do research and w
Does a psychology major absolutely have to do something in research or work on an experiment before moving on to graduate school?
I've heard my professors say things about doing research or getting involved with a professor who is doing research. I want to know if it is a requirement before I can graduate; does it depend on what my interests are; or is it an option?
I always hear and see others referring to marriage counselors or marriage therapists as if they are the same things. No one has ever explained whether the two are the same or two separate occupations. I'd like to be informed so that I know which one I want to pursue more.
I want to study psychology but it takes a long time to get a ph.D
Do Industrial Psychologists suffer from the same drawbacks as human resource employees as many of these psychologists work in Human Resources?
What are the disadvantages of becoming a Industrial Organizational Psychologist? What are some of advantages?
What job title would I hold if I wanted to provide businesses with employee personality assessments?
I'm wondering if jobs that help businesses with finding the best employees with personality assessments are psychology based jobs or a form of consulting?
How we would able to know that if a person is money minded or actually work with heart and emotions ?
I feel really confusing while knowing people.
I want to be a psychologist but I don't know what type.
I really enjoy writing and exploring so I'm into journalism, but I feel like the marketing field is more important for any other job. The thing is, I'm also really passionate about psychology. I would like to find a job that doesn't feel like I'm working. I want to actually enjoy it.
I have always been interested in psychology but recently have been considering minoring in business as well as getting an mba. After doing some research, job descriptions that are are appealing to me are ones of human resources, i/o psychology, market analysis.
I've always wanted to become an actress but since I was academically strong, I chose engineering. However my passion hasn't died down but I don't have much experience either. I'm also an Indian female from South Africa and I haven't had the financial means to pursue acting even as a hobby. I wanted
“The world is in perpetual motion, and we must invent the things of tomorrow... Act with audacity.” – Madame Clicquot. I'm starting to become less risk averse and I may drop out or take a leave of absence from college because I hate it. I know it's easier to get a job with a degree but it is possibl
Because I know you have to chemistry and math, but I don't know what else or what's required for a freshman
As an opinion, does clinical psychology rely more on the people to people aspect; being able to read patients and listen to their problems, or the scientific, neurological aspect?
I am wondering if I have a possible future in clinical psychology and would like more experienced opinions on what this entails.
I've always loved psychology and how people think, the criminal justice system, crime scenes, and all that exciting stuff. I'm always asking questions about why things happen, why people do the things they do. I thought about psychiatry but the amount of schooling that requires kind of made me chang
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