If you are interested in Psychology and think you’d like to pursue a career in the field, there are innumerable options available to you. Identifying what you truly want and the best way for you to pursue your career in this field can be an emotional, logistical and overwhelming maze of options. Many false notions and beliefs exist about this field that, unfortunately, deter gifted and industrious future psychological practitioners. Individuals frequently ask for guidance on this topic: how to pursue a fulfilling career in the field of Psychology.
Often, I observe individuals expending unnecessary time, energy and finances toward various certificates, programs, degrees and internships; frequently, their efforts have not created a career that embodies the experience of meaning, purpose and impact they hope to give to others and experience themselves. You should not have to waste any more resources.
People ought to have access to informed advice and preferably from people who have been there before. And, importantly, from persons who love their work! I believe it is important to help guide inspired and industrious individuals toward their dreams and goals through informed, honest and practical mentorship. Early on in my studies, the guidance provided to me by mentors was invaluable.
My intention is to support you in the ways you deem valuable and help you to identify and create a fulfilling career, while making the maze of options easier for you to navigate. I will help to guide you towards clarity on what you want, why and how you can pursue what you intend with conviction, efficiency and determination.
Some ways I can help:
present options for various career paths
explore which career will give you the experience you hope for
find the right program for you and your goals
share information about how to make yourself a competitive candidate (in the eyes of admissions) for graduate school admissions programs
provide practical resources to help you research options
discuss entrepreneurship as a psychology practitioner—and brainstorm possibilities
provide you with strategies which will help you to identify your gifts and strengths so you see yourself and your capabilities clearly
identify your work calling
I am of the belief — based on research, observation and experience — that, usually, whatever a person can conceive of as possible is possible. I love teaching and mentoring, and I’d love to help you. Please email me firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to inquire about mentoring support.