Meet a Psychology Expert – Psychology.org
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There are a number of educational paths to a psychology career. To start, we’ve chosen to partner with psychology professionals from a diversity of clinical, forensic and academic backgrounds. They have all followed different paths to working in Psychology, yet all of them have at least one thing in common: an eagerness to share experiences, insights and advice with current and aspiring psychology students.
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