How to Become a Clinical Psychologist: Getting a Foot in the Door

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Taylor & Francis, Oct 10, 2002 - Psychology - 136 pages

Based on information gathered from assistants, trainee clinical psychologists and clinical psychology course directors across the country, How to Become a Clinical Psychologist includes:

  • information on work experience
  • advice on job applications and interviews
  • details of research projects and training
  • guest chapters dealing with reflections from trainees and professional issues.

This guide is the first of its kind and will be an essential companion for anyone interested in pursuing a career in clinical psychology.

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About the author (2002)

Alice Knight is currently training on the doctoral programme in clinical psychology at the University of Manchester. Prior to this she worked as an assistant psychologist and research assistant within the NHS.

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