Tuesday, February 21, 2017

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Counseling Psychology Doctoral Students Match for Internship

Seal of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (1989-2012)Every year, advanced doctoral students in applied psychology programs around the country complete a highly competitive application and interview process for internship positions at a variety of clinical settings. These students typically spend their final year of training working full-time as psychology interns in these settings. Since there are more applicants than available internship placements, the process can be a stressful one.

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Friday, February 17, 2017

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Career Counseling in Hattiesburg

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Most adults spend a significant portion of their daily lives at work. When one is satisfied with one's job, it can be extremely rewarding and provide an important source of meaning in one's life. However, not everyone is fortunate enough to have a career they enjoy. Moreover, it is not uncommon for our feelings about our job to change over time. It can be difficult to know what to do when we realize that we no longer like our job.

The idea of quitting may force us to confront financial uncertainty. How long would it take us to find another job? What would we do in the meantime? And perhaps most intimidating of all, who is to say we would like our next job any better than we like our current job? If you have ever felt "stuck" in a job you dislike, these concerns will probably be familiar.

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