Psychologists specialise in helping patients, both adults and children, cope more effectively with their life issues and improve their mental health.
Psychologists use evidence-based assessments to help patients understand their difficulties, guide them in coping with stressful situations or life events, and help them manage their mental and/or physical health so as to improve their lives and overall well-being. Psychologists utilise a variety of methods and therapies to tailor to each patient’s needs as part of the holistic treatment process.
How to become a Psychologist?
To practise as a Psychologist, you will require these qualifications:
- Master of Clinical Psychology / Clinical Neuropsychology
- Master of Arts (Applied Psychology), specialising in Counselling Psychology or Educational Psychology
Note: A Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology is required for entry into the Master’s programme, with preference given to a Bachelor’s Degree (with Honours).
For more information on institutions offering professional training to become a Psychologist, visit the links below:
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Healthcare Scholarships & Sponsorships
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