Career opportunities in the field of psychology are vast. Yes, you could be a psychologist, but you can also work in human resources, social work, forensics, or school counseling, among many more positions. The one thing that every one of these has in common, aside from working with and being able to understand people, is…Read more
About: Jennifer Cione-Kroeschel
Jennifer grew up in the mountains and valleys of inland Southern California (in the often-overlooked empire between LA and Palm Springs). After she carted her stuff and herself to the Bay Area, New York, Dallas, Seattle, and Los Angeles, she returned to her home turf with a couple of college degrees and a complete family in tow, having grabbed a diploma in Berkeley (BA, English), another in New York (MA, Media), picking up a partner in Texas, and giving birth to a daughter in Los Angeles. She’s a writer, a minimalist, and a media producer on a search for meaning. Jennifer’s writing and media projects can be seen at www.jac-k.com.
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Mental health professionals looking to further their education in the field have two major degrees to choose from: A PhD in Psychology, which is a Doctor of Philosophy degree, and a PsyD, which is Doctor of Psychology degree. They sound nearly the same, so what is the difference between a PhD and PsyD? While both…Read more
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