psychology

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Psychology

Becoming a Psychologist is a dream to some people. To be able to study people’s mind and to discover new things everyday not only about the human brain but also about yourself is mesmerizing. Some people say that it affects their personal life because they are worried about others and not themselves. They just want to get away for a while just to think but I still believe it’s one of the most rewarding field. Psychologists study the mind, emotions and behavior of humans by observing their actions and how they react to certain situations and environments. There are different types of Psychologists that specialize in specific areas.
Clinical Psychologists help people overcome their rage and personal issues. They have the ability to help individuals in various ways. Clinical Psychologists programs their patient with various exercises in order to help them improve their behavior. Counseling Psychologists gives people advice on how to deal with their problems. Through different counseling sessions, they help patients identify their problems and how to solve them. Forensic Psychologists help legal specialists understand the psychology views of a particular case. School Psychologist apply their expertise to education environment and developmental issues. They help students solve their problems and bad behavior in order to improve their education. And last but not least is Social Psychology. They help people overcome their social problems with interactions and behavior.

Work Environment
Psychologist have different types of work environment. It might depend on the type of psychology they specialize in or it might be because of their own preference. Most Psychologists are self-employed. They wo...

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