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  • Psychologist Power Point

    1. 1. “: »=7»{@ 2C&a Mb Studying The Human Mind & Behavior :8;
    2. 2. Fields of 'PS5Gl/ IOLDQ 3 Nature of Work ~ Research Psychologists - Physical, emotional & social aspects of humans * Clinical Psychologists - Largest field - Mentally 6: emotionally distressed people Also assist medical & surgical patients ~ Health Psychologists - Social factors affect health <8: illness
    3. 3. Fields of Psijoholog) 5 Nature of Work * Counseling Psychologists - give advice to people on how to deal with everyday problems and everyday living. ~ School Psychologists - work with parents and teachers to create a safe, healthy, and supportive learning system for the students v: .
    4. 4. Worle Environment - School, Clinical, & Counseling Psychologists - Frequently work in private offices. ~ Health Care Psychologists - hospitals, nursing homes, and any other kind of health care facility * College & University Psychologists - Teach & may have part time counseling practices.
    5. 5. Eol itoationai Training Doctoral Degree — Independent practicing * Qualify for teaching, research, clinical, and counseling positions in universities, health care services, elementary and secondary schools, private industry, and government. * work in clinical positions or in private practices sometimes teach, conduct research, or carry out administrative responsibilities. lg‘ ' * 5 to 7 years of graduate study 1 .
    6. 6. Sol iccational Trot ining -= Specialists Degree - minimum of 3 years of full-time graduate study & a 1-year full-time internship. * Masters Degree - 2 years of graduate study -* Bachelor’s Degree
    7. 7. Eniptog nient: oic’cLoolre * 166,000 jobs in 2006 * Educational institutions * Health Care * Self Employed - 29 percent - 21 percent - 34 percent
    8. 8. Average sata rg * Median Earnings - $59,440 -* Lowest - $35,280 * Highest - $102,730
    9. 9. Ea rnings 70,000 52,500 35,000 17,500 [:1 Offices of Mental Health Practitioners l: ] Elementary and Secondary schools El Local Government E] Individual and Family Services El Out atient Care Centers
    10. 10. Related Occupations - Occupations that work with other people & comfort them: - counselors - social workers - clergy - sociologists - special education teachers - funeral directors
    11. 11. tzetateal Occupations - recreation workers - human resources * Helping patients recover: - physicians and surgeons - radiation therapists - audiologists - dentists - optometrists - speech-language pathologists
    12. 12. Occupational Title SOC EmP|0yment 2016 Change Code Clinical, counseling 193°“ ‘”'°°° ""'°°° 24,000 & school psychologists lndustria| - 193°” 2'‘‘°‘’ 400 organizational psychologists & 19-3039 13,000 psychologists
    13. 13. Why Become a Psychologist? By becoming a psychologist, you’ll be able to help people cope with illnesses, save them . l from committing suicide, or even change someone’s life.
    14. 14. ‘A'lf your someone who. .. ~/ likes helping others ~/ gives good advice ~/ <3: are interested in human behavior Then psychology is the right thing for you!
    15. 15. Work Cited

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