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I would love to be a child psychologist and make a good impact on the child's mental help
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.
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...
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...
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...
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
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 better to have an office in your house or to have an actual office you drive to?
Is there ever a time where you feel like you can help the children you're working with? If so is it hard to tell them and/or the parents ?
Is there ever a time where you feel like you can help the children you're working with? If so is it hard to tell them and/or the parents
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?
I want to work with children/youth as a future career. But I'm scared that I want find job right after finishing my studies. I am thinking of Child Psychologist right now. Do anyone have any advice for me?