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Why don't Australian Psychologists require a Phd to practice?0mr. doodles2012-11-05 05:58:18
I have noticed to practice psychology in America one has to have a Phd while in Australia all you have to do is a 4 year degree in psychology and complete 2 years of supervised work experience and you can call yourself a psychologist. Why does Australia have a lower standard for psychologists than America does?
Are there states that don't require a license to practice psychology? If so, which ones?Thank you?1Don\'t Know?2012-10-25 22:47:03
I graduated with honors and a master's degree in psychology . I've had a lot of experience in schools , universities , hospitals and counseling. With only my B.A. is valid here in the U.S. since all my education was acquired in Brazil . I'm thinking about going back to school to go back to my field , but I heard that in some states a lincense not necessary for me to be advising / working as a psychologist .
Are there states that don't require a license to practice psychology? If so, which ones?Thank you?0Mario Dipalma2012-10-13 00:14:42
I graduated with honors and a master's degree in psychology . I've had a lot of experience in schools , universities , hospitals and counseling. With only my B.A. is valid here in the U.S. since all my education was acquired in Brazil . I'm thinking about going back to school to go back to my field , but I heard that in some states a lincense not necessary for me to be advising / working as a psychologist .
How marketable are school psychologists in private practice?1peacock2012-10-21 03:24:03
I know you want to be a psychologist and I'm trying to decide between school and clinical psychology . If I went to work as clinical professor Prefer a teacher because funding for research is very difficult to find. School psychology is attractive because it allows combining clinical psychology / counseling and working with children . However, wages are a little low so I was wondering if a private practice can compensate for this. How does a school psychologist private market practice and is as popular or very rare for school psychologists ?
What do clinical psychologists do? what do counselling psychologists do? what do normal psychologists do?0Idislikepimples2012-11-03 17:39:02
please help me understand these before i help someone take up psychology at A level
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Australian Federal Police = FBI?0Brandis2012-10-08 14:32:17
I wondered if the AFP is equal to the FBI in the United States. I want to become a federal agent and a PhD in Criminal Psychology . I wonder if I get that degree would accept me as AFP Federal Agent . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Besides, the type of AFP is the same as a federal agent would do for the FBI . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I basically want to become a profiler for the AFP , but I'm not sure if Australia is still no . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Thank you.
I am Australian and wonder what is the difference, if any, between college and university in the USA?10RAH RAH2012-10-08 15:31:04
In Australia , the university is the place where a person acquires more practical certification courses like Certificate of hairdressing, hospitality , automotive , electrical , plumbing , gardening , child care , etc. courses covering worker several months to several years. A person may qualify for admission to the university with fewer years of school (grades , eg average and sophomore level ) and fewer signs of what is required for university entrance ( upper grades and graduation high school is essential ) . University is where a degree in psychology degrees , science , education , etc. higher level of nursing and graduate studies as a PhD PhD are achieved. University is the highest academic level in Australia . The university is much less academic .
How would I go about studying in the US as an Australian university student?2Britt Nicole2012-10-10 18:55:03
I'm in my 3rd year of studying my degree and I have another year. I always wanted to study psychology , so I thought it would be a good experience for a short course of study there. Is it a bad idea? What is the process anyway ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Thank you !
Is the Australian institute of applied psychology dodgy?0losted2012-10-07 04:16:16
I just applied through seek learning to do a Bachelor of Applied Social Science ( counseling ) . MedlinePlus Seek learning, said that although it is an online course , is a fully accredited school that offers exactly the same qualification as any other uni in australia . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus However, as I write this in google the name of the course , only the Australian Institute of applied psychology has even this degree .. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So im wondering if this is a reliable scam to get my money , if you seek learning is also unreliable , and any other information that anyone has or comments about this uni MedlinePlus :) MedlinePlus Thanks in advance :)
Process for become a registered Psychologist in the US (with Australian degree)?1LaNaya2012-10-07 03:16:03
What is the process to become an American social psychologist ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I am currently studying psychology at a university in Australia . Once I have my degree in four years degree , I will be forced to do a postgraduate degree or complete two years of experience working with another social psychologist , to become full . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus If I had to move to America once I finished my degree 4 years ( or say , even after a supervised postgraduate work ) , what I have to do to be registered in the U.S. ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I have read some articles which state that an examination is necessary and one that indicates a " refresher course " , however I'm not sure that 's true . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So to sum ‚Äč‚Äčthat up , if I have completed a degree in Psychology in Australia ( well , I'm open to graduate ) , what steps should I take to become a social psychologist in America?
How much do counselling psychologists and clinical psychologists get payed?3Miranda2012-11-03 00:16:02
I like both counseling and clinical psychology alike, so I can not decide between the two , so I 'm leaving until payment . In the future , I would be able to support a family without having to worry about whether or not I have enough money to do it , so this is very important .

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