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One-Stop Psych Shop - Efs - 07-11-2014 09:47 PM

I'm currently doing a Psychology double degree, you doing a psych degree too?


RE: One-Stop Psych Shop - Ky - 07-12-2014 04:29 AM

(07-11-2014 09:47 PM)Efs Wrote:  I'm currently doing a Psychology double degree, you doing a psych degree too?
I plan to.


One-Stop Psych Shop - Efs - 07-12-2014 07:49 PM

(07-12-2014 04:29 AM)DoA Wrote:  
(07-11-2014 09:47 PM)Efs Wrote:  I'm currently doing a Psychology double degree, you doing a psych degree too?
I plan to.
Then for now I'm the Psych God.

#wrekt
#mlg
#420noscope
#masteroffeels
#phdinreadingurmind
#freudmynigga


One-Stop Psych Shop - SoulRiser - 07-14-2014 12:00 AM

Split because:
#toomanyhashtags

Also, unnecessary and arrogant-sounding in a serious forum.


RE: One-Stop Psych Shop - School - 07-14-2014 04:21 AM

(07-12-2014 07:49 PM)Efs Wrote:  
(07-12-2014 04:29 AM)DoA Wrote:  
(07-11-2014 09:47 PM)Efs Wrote:  I'm currently doing a Psychology double degree, you doing a psych degree too?
I plan to.
Then for now I'm the Psych God.

#wrekt
#mlg
#420noscope
#masteroffeels
#phdinreadingurmind
#freudmynigga

BA in Psych and MSW plus couple years on the job see me.


One-Stop Psych Shop - Ky - 07-14-2014 06:20 AM

Super split. I'd prefer the original thread remain on topic.


One-Stop Psych Shop - brainiac3397 - 07-14-2014 09:54 AM

I haz M.PhD. in Psychology.

They call me Docta Docta Brain


RE: One-Stop Psych Shop - Sharpie - 07-14-2014 10:44 AM

Mfw this thread is more active than the original one xD


RE: One-Stop Psych Shop - thewake - 07-14-2014 12:58 PM

http://graphicsweb.wsj.com/documents/NILF1111/#term=psychology


One-Stop Psych Shop - Efs - 07-14-2014 06:14 PM

^Which is why I'm doing a Business + Psych double degree, hopefulling advancing to a Masters in a specialised field (pref Organisational...more money yo)

I'm just saying LEGALLY you can't work as a psychologist. Even if you get something relevant you'll be getting shit money compared to someone who goes to school.

I know degrees are shit and all, but you really think society wants any random bozo to work as a psychologist? Counselling ain't as easy as listening to someone. And when dealing with people who are emotionally fragil, you must have PROOF that you KNOW YOUR SHIT and 99% of the time that's that fucking piece of paper.


One-Stop Psych Shop - Ky - 07-15-2014 12:29 AM

I hear what you're saying, but I, personally, have experienced a lot of evidence to the contrary.

Yeah, that piece of paper might bring peace of mind to someone who's shelling out cash to get someone to listen to them, but I don't charge, and will continue to offer psychological services for free both for the sake of experience and for the benefit of anyone who can't seem to find help elsewhere. I'm pleased that so many have found them helpful; the results are the proof that I "know my shit."

As for whether society minds who's doing the therapy, well...you never know. It's no secret that the mental health industry isn't doing so well, and that these (and future) generations appear to be more sensitive compared to their predecessors - we live in a world that craves therapy, and some people really don't care who offers it to them.

Instead of seeing that as a monetary opportunity (though, it could be, in the future), I see it as a moral opportunity. It's a cry for help that I can answer, basically.


RE: One-Stop Psych Shop - Efs - 07-15-2014 12:40 AM

(07-15-2014 12:29 AM)DoA Wrote:  I hear what you're saying, but I, personally, have experienced a lot of evidence to the contrary.

Yeah, that piece of paper might bring peace of mind to someone who's shelling out cash to get someone to listen to them, but I don't charge, and will continue to offer psychological services for free both for the sake of experience and for the benefit of anyone who can't seem to find help elsewhere. I'm pleased that so many have found them helpful; the results are the proof that I "know my shit."

As for whether society minds who's doing the therapy, well...you never know. It's no secret that the mental health industry isn't doing so well, and that these (and future) generations appear to be more sensitive compared to their predecessors - we live in a world that craves therapy, and some people really don't care who offers it to them.

Instead of seeing that as a monetary opportunity (though, it could be, in the future), I see it as a moral opportunity. It's a cry for help that I can answer, basically.
Hah. If you can do something well don't do it for free.

Companies that hire org psyches will only hire people with at least a post-grad degree so gl

If you're doing it for moral reasons then fine. But leave the big bux to registered psychologists.