- Nov 4, 2016
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Morning, posted this in another thread then thought that maybe it would be better to post this in it's own thread. If this is wrong, many apologies. I have a paper coming up where I have to interview someone in my future field, however this is one of those times where school and work conflicts heavily. Anyways, my future field (fingers crossed) is a clinical pediatric neuropsychologist however I do want to work on every level as I work towards my specialization. So if any clinical psychologist, neuropsychologists, clinical neuropsychologists, or pediatric neuropsychologists would like please answer the questions below or email me at gmail bcfelker89 A million thanks.
- What is your name?
- What is your job title?
- What is your level of education? (a bachelor's, master's, or doctoral degree)
- There seems to be this great debate on whether a PsyD is better for a psychologist versus a PhD. Which do you agree with, Why?
- What type of license did you obtain?
- What is your state of practice? Are you able to work in more than one state?
- How did you become interested in psychology?
- How did you become interested in you particular field?
- What are your views on professional ethics? Academic integrity?
- How would you describe your day-to-day tasks?
- What is unique about your work with clients?
- What aspects of your work do you least enjoy? What areas of your work to you enjoy most?
- What aspects of research are you most interested in and why?
- What professional organizations have helped you along your way?
- What would you be doing if you were not in psychology?
- What advice would you give someone who wants to become a psychologist?
- How would you advise students who are studying for their bachelor’s in psychology but are uncertain about going into a master’s program or go straight to a doctorate program?
- How does one go about networking in the psychology and clinical psychology world without becoming annoying?
- If I have more questions could I possibly call or email you?