Getting a psychologist job.

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How did you get your start doing psychologist work, and what career moves did you make to get to your current position?

Do you need a particular educational background?

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Tracy in Griffith, Indiana

91 months ago

Are there current jobs available for someone who has an associates in Applied Science-mental health concentration? i also have 7 classes left to my B.A in psychology

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TR in Fort Wayne, Indiana

77 months ago

To get licensed as a psychologist in Indiana, you need a doctorate degree in psychology, (clinical, counseling, or school). You then must pass a state administered oral exam, as well as the EPPP (examination for the professional practice of psychology), and have a post-doctoral year of supervised experience.

It's hard to say if there is a job for someone with a B.A. in psychology, it doesn't necessarily lead to any licensure, but it couldn't hurt on a resume, especially for an entry level position in the mental health field.

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roasthawg in Auburn, California

59 months ago

Schooling first then pass the EPPP. Here's some software to help with the exam: petc-eppptraining.com/

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