Questions In My First Assistant Psychologist Interview

Hello and WELCOME BACK to PsychAssist. Within this article, we explore the 10 questions asked in a recent Assistant Psychologist interview. This is a very honest account of one of the PsychAssist team members interview which will hopefully give you an insight into specific types of questions that may be asked in AP interviews. Hopefully this will help you in your journey. Continue reading Questions In My First Assistant Psychologist Interview

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Getting that elusive ‘relevant experience’…A List of Relevant Experience from A Consultant Forensic Psychologist

Hello and WELCOME to PsychAssist. This week we have another amazing guest article by Dr Ruth Tully who is a Consultant Forensic Psychologist. Ruth has kindly given our readers the insight scoop on what to go for when looking for that elusive “relevant experience”. With her many years’ experience, she has given us a list of the types of roles psychology graduates should be looking for. Dr Tully has also given PsychAssist readers an AMAZING discount on her new book to give you an insight into the world of Forensic Psychology……click the link below and use the discount code BSE19 for 20% off to have something to talk about in interviews. Continue reading Getting that elusive ‘relevant experience’…A List of Relevant Experience from A Consultant Forensic Psychologist

How Grit & Determination Leads To Success…Olivia’s Story

Hello and WELCOME to PsychAssist. This week we have an AMAZING guest post by Olivia Mohtady who is an aspiring psychologist. This article perfectly encapsulates all the feelings and frustrations that many psychology graduates experience when they are looking for their first roles. Nevertheless, Olivia is proof that with hard work, grit, and determination, anything is possible. This is her story from lost graduate to leading research within a new cool mental health start-up company in London. Continue reading How Grit & Determination Leads To Success…Olivia’s Story

How To Become A Research Assistant

Hello and WELCOME to PsychAssist. This week we have a very special guest article from Hannah Nnanna who is a research assistant. She is living proof of how one simple email to your old lecturer can lead to a career in research. This is her story of how much she learnt whilst being a research assistant. All the trials and tribulations where worth it for the end result! This is truly a special article. Continue reading How To Become A Research Assistant

How Gratitude Changed My Life….Serkan’s Story (Part 5)

Hello and WELCOME to PsychAssist. This week we have another installment of Serkan’s story. This time around, Serkan gives us an update on his journey and the highs and lows of taking a break from the psychology world. He also speaks about his time as a waiter and how this has kept him humble and grateful for everything that he has (Very similar to my Pizza Hut experience!). Just goes to show that some setbacks are actually blessings in disguise and this is exactly the case for Serkan. We hope you enjoy this installment of his journey. Continue reading How Gratitude Changed My Life….Serkan’s Story (Part 5)

Why Indeed Is Better Than NHS Jobs For Finding Jobs

Hello and WELCOME to PsychAssist. This week, we have a slightly different article for all you Psychology Graduates. We believe the best strategy in finding your perfect job in 2019 is to not solely rely on NHS jobs. We have found in our experience (and the experience of many) that Indeed gives Psychology Graduates way more opportunities than NHS jobs. This is why we thought to write this article, to give graduates some handy tips in getting ahead of the crowd before these competitive jobs adverts close. Within this article, we discuss why we think that Indeed is better than NHS jobs. Continue reading Why Indeed Is Better Than NHS Jobs For Finding Jobs