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Deliver to your Kindle or other device Send a free sample Deliver to your Kindle or other device Redeem a promotion code or gift card Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Graduate School in Psychology: Insights for Success from Early Career Psychologists Kindle Edition by Mike Parent (Author), Tyler Bradstreet (Author) Be the first to review this item See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Amazon Price New from Used from Kindle Edition "Please retry" $11.99 — — Kindle Edition $0.00 This title and over 1 million more available with Kindle Unlimited $11.99 to buy This ebook is a valuable resource to help you on your way toward a career in psychology! Written by early career professionals who have recently completed graduate school, this book provides up to date advice on preparing to apply for graduate school, how to build applications, how to ace interviews, and what you need to know about picking a graduate program in psychologyBACK TO TOP Div.Elizabeth Reichert, PhD, has been a clinical instructor at Stanford School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, since October 2014For example, she earned an award for excellence in clinical supervision in 2016 from the Stanford Psychiatry Fellowship Training Program16 June 2017 By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com I would highly recommend this guide for anyone who is considering graduate school in psychology! I have read numerous guides and tips for applying to graduate programs, but this one is my favorite because it's a quick read and packed with valuable information about the application process, interviews, and life in a graduate programRATE USto qualify for some FREE stuff Buy Rent Sell Browse By Subject Blog It also helps her to stay connected with graduate training, as she finds mentoring and supervising rewardingCoupon Code: no code needed $15.99 as of 4 seconds ago $3.99FREE, with $35 purchase $19.98 $19.98Buy Nowclick here! This book was not available for: Used, Semester Rental, 85 Day Rental, 55 Day Rental, eBook, Sell Back Parent and Bradstreet offer their perspectives on some of the tricky aspects of the application process, milestones in a graduate program, and important things to consider about internship and licensureBack to top Get to Know Us Careers Amazon and Our Planet Investor Relations Press Releases Make Money with Us Sell on Amazon Amazon Associates Advertise Your Products Independently Publish with Us Amazon Payment Products Amazon.ca Rewards Visa Cardmembers Shop with Points Credit Card Marketplace Reload Your Balance Amazon Currency Converter Let Us Help You Shipping Rates & Policies Amazon Prime Returns Are Easy Manage your Content and Devices Customer Service English Canada Amazon Web Services Scalable CloudComputing Services Book Depository Books With FreeDelivery Worldwide Goodreads Book reviews& recommendations IMDb Movies, TV& Celebrities Shopbop DesignerFashion Brands Warehouse Deals Open-BoxDiscounts Conditions of Use Privacy Notice Interest-Based Ads 2008-2017, Amazon.com, IncHaving several mentors in graduate school can be a powerful experience, and as an ECP, Reichert finds her mentors continue to play an integral roleThe transition from student to an ECP has included both excitement to take on new roles, as well as a conscious effort to shift to a more sustainable lifestyleShe shares that it is quite common for faculty in the Bay Area to have a private practice in conjunction with other roles given the high cost of living in the area37 for permission to reproduce any of this web content
Would you like to report poor quality or formatting in this book? Click here Would you like to report this content as inappropriate? Click here Do you believe that this item violates a copyright? Click here Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations : View or edit your browsing history After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages that interest youIn her role at Stanford, she provides direct clinical services to children and their families (about 50 percent of her time), provides training and supervision to a number of trainees (i.e., psychiatry fellows, postdoctoral psychology fellows, practicum students), conducts research and completes a variety of administrative tasks (e.g., creating weekly didactic schedule, managing the clinic wait list)All rights reservedAdditional experience may help clarify the type of degree you want (e.g., PhD vsJudy Cohen, MD, one of the treatment developers for TF-CBT, is a consultant on this project as wellThis column spotlights successful Early Career Psychologists (ECPs) with a variety of career paths to help graduate students, interns and early ECPs make wise training and career choicesShe enjoys collaborating with different departments, as well as other community agencies and schoolsShe selected this internship because it had a specialized focus on trauma while also providing some general clinical experiences to help make her a well-grounded clinicianv Her post-doctoral fellowship year was spent honing specific child maltreatment skillsIt has been helpful to have the ability to vary her caseload and adjust when needed, such that not all her clients are trauma clients (as they were during her postdoc)Apple Android Windows Phone Android To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number 07f867cfac