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.
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.
Hello and WELCOME to PsychAssist. This week we have the follow up of Amber Hayday’s story on her journey to becoming an EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST! Amber is a real inspiration to the next generation of psychologists as her passion and drive have no bounds. This is only one of the reasons why Amber has chosen Educational Psychology as her pathway. Just remember that knowledge is power!