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As a trained psychologist, you’ll have either a clinical psychology or counselling psychology qualification from a British Psychological Society-recognised institution or professional body.
A psychologist’s aim is to improve clients’ psychological well-being and reduce psychological distress. You’ll carefully assess clients’ emotions, thoughts, needs and behaviours to find the cause of any psychological issues and to decide on a suitable course of treatment.
In your assessment of clients, you’ll integrate psychology theory with your own personal and interpersonal therapy skills and knowledge of the way people behave, think and react. The treatment you recommend will vary depending on the issues presented by each individual client, and your own experience and training.
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