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
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
Hello and WELCOME to PsychAssist. One of our most popular articles (and most popular YouTube video)is the 6 jobs for a psychology graduate straight out of University. This article has helped tens of thousands of psychology graduate find their way in this career path. However, there were many that would ask us, “but what if I don’t want to do anything clinical? What can I do then?” This is why we thought we’d write this article, to give those who want to follow a different path, but still using their psychology degree. Continue reading 3 Non-Clinical Things You Can Do With A Psychology Degree
Hello and WELCOME to PsychAssist. This week we have a guest article from Amber Hayday who is an Educational Support Worker, gives her insight into what it’s like having this role. Amber is an aspiring Educational Psychologist and her account and experience demonstrate a good way of gaining relevant experience to pursue this career path. This is why we wanted to publish this article to give you a blueprint of one way to become an Educational Psychologist. Continue reading What it’s like being an Educational Support Worker
Hello and WELCOME to the first PsychAssist article of 2019! In this article, we will explain how PsychGrads can Dominate 2019 by implementing a few helpful tips. Over the final months of 2018, we reflected on where the world of psychology is heading and how PsychGrads can get ahead of the crowd. There were many things that we thought of however there were only 3 that we felt were the most important for PsychGrads to know in 2019. Continue reading How PsychGrads Can Dominate 2019!
Hello and WELCOMEto PsychAssist. As you may have heard, I have recently got onto a Professional Doctorate in Health Psychology. This means that many Psychology Students have started asking about tricks and tips for when they are studying and if there are any ways to ensure getting the top grades. Well, this made us think about all the things we have done to get good grades whilst at University. This week we’ll explore the 3 University tricks that got me to the doctorate. Continue reading 3 University Tricks That Got Me To The Doctorate!
Hello and WELCOME to PsychAssist. This week we have an article from a former mental health support worker who left their job to save their struggling mental health. The individual who wishes to remain anonymous discusses their experience as a support worker in an adult inpatient unit. This has to be one of the most eye-opening articles that we have ever published! Continue reading Why You Should Never Sacrifice Your Mental Health For Mental Health Services