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what is it like being a Cognitive Therapist? what do you have to do qualify to be a Cognitive Therapist?
what is the day to day life of a normal of a Cognitive Therapist? what do you do on your day to day life? whats the job like and such. and also, what do you have to do to qualify and work as a Cognitive Therapist? i want to know so i can be one, one day. #Cognitive-therapy #career
Are you bound to a future of low income if your current financial situation limits your college options?
Growing up, I was the daughter of a single mother. Our financial situation could be classified as the grey area between poverty and lower middle class. Now, as I embark onto University life, my parents cannot financially support me. This leaves me choosing between community college and in state...
Hello everyone! I was just wondering what a good career would be for someone with my hobbies/skillsets/shortcomings. I am an aspiring polyglot, specifically with Korean, Spanish, Mandarin, Hindi, German, Italian, French, Portuguese, English (Native), Japanese, and Russian. As of posting this...
For someone who has no clue what direction they want to go. what advice would you have for me right now while I am in highschool?
I thought that I wanted to be a dental hygienist for most of highschool, but last year when I went to job shadow one I realized how much I really didn't want to do that forever. I have no clue what direction I want to go and as I am now a senior I am getting worried because I feel like I need...
I am a public health major with a minor in psychology. This is my junior year of college but I have no volunteer or internship experience and my resume looks pretty shabby. I know that I want to work in mental health field, but I do not have a clear idea on what exactly I want to do after...
What is the workload like for a Masters in Counseling? I am trying to go into Marriage and Family Therapy
I am trying to go into Marriage and Family Therapy.
I just want to know how much studying there is. If there is more papers rather than exams, if there are exams at all?
What should I expect? I am coming from an undergrad Health degree, so this is all new to me.
I am a 20 year old architectural engineering student (year 2) and I have to start college over and I want to choose a different career as I thought that architecture isn't doing enough serving people and the society for me, I thought of being a police officer/detective but then I realized that...