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Transcript of Psychologist
Experienced Level: *all amounts are averaged. Once you get through school, becoming a psychologist is fairly easy if you know what you're doing and are actually good at it. Once you move on from entry level, you gain more and more responsibility until maybe you have your own counseling center and are guiding others and helping them to achieve their goals while also helping patients at the same time! Like human-beings, psychology is a very complex subject and/or profession to understand. It involves many different things including treating clients with: emotional/mental/eating disorders, coping issues, anxiety, stress, depression, abuse, drug abuse, etc.
Psychologists work under much stress. They have very tight schedules, some working an approximately 50-hour week. Most psychologists have back-to-back appointments all day, then are "on call" in the evenings. They may work with a variety of patients throughout the day. There is a very wide variety of jobs involving psychology.
You can be anywhere from school counselor, to a mental health nurse. Other jobs include Abuse/Crisis Counselor, Addictions Counselors, Bereavement Counselors, Marriage & Family Therpists, and many more! Education Working Condtions Similar Jobs