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mark vellucci

Licensed Professional Counselor
Community and Social Service Occupations
Vancouver, Washington
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Elaina Oct 05, 2023 377 views

Are there any job types or opportunities in psychology that aren't specifically counseling?

Is there a psycology job where you can just study how the brain works and what causes trauma and things like that instead of counseling people face to face?

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Adilay Sep 26, 2023 411 views

is a therapist/counselor different than a psychologist?

what are the differences if they are not the same thing?

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Adilay Sep 28, 2023 430 views

Is psychology a financially secure career choice?

What kinds of careers in psychology, if any, might be more likely to have issues with financial security? Why?

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Faye Aug 26, 2023 372 views

How do you get as much experience with child behavior as possible as a young teen at a young age

I would love to be a child psychologist and make a good impact on the child's mental help

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Victoria Jul 10, 2023 287 views

What is the most stressful part of being a psychologist?

I'm aware that in the psychology field, you deal with a lot of people's stresses and problems, I'm curious to know what part of it stresses you out the most.

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Nayleen Jun 17, 2023 328 views

What are some of the best colleges to study psychology?

I am a freshman turning sophomore trying to become a child psychologist when I get older and I'm just looking for the best colleges to study psychology to build the best resume.

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Gabriela Jan 31, 2023 712 views

How do you evaluate a client's needs as a Marriage and Family Therapist?

therapist

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Brittany Dec 28, 2022 487 views

How do I decide between getting a lcsw or lmhc/lpcc degree?

I have a BS in psychology and want to go back to school to work in the mental health field with the chronically mentally ill, as of now. It would be easier for me financially to get the counseling degree, but I know that the social work degree offers more variety in terms of careers, and it is...

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Lakshmi Nov 17, 2022 597 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...

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Trenity Oct 11, 2022 920 views

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...

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Dani Nov 07, 2022 491 views

How much schooling did you need to do to be most successful in child psychology or child family social work?

How much schooling did you need to do to be most successful in child psychology or child family social work

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Kaitlyn Oct 27, 2022 657 views

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)?

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Harleigh Nov 07, 2022 411 views

Is it better to have an office in your house or to have an actual office you drive to?

Is it better to have an office in your house or to have an actual office you drive to?

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Dani Nov 07, 2022 447 views

Is it hard to leave the children if necessary?

Is it hard to leave the children after a bond is made? How do you go about it knowing they may not be happy or safe?

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Dani Nov 07, 2022 562 views

. What kind of children do you meet while working?

Is it always hard to hear what they go through? does it get easier with time?