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The growing understanding of psychology and its importance has brought with itself a plethora of career opportunities. It holds a solution to a thousand mental, social and psychological problems human beings find themselves battling with. Psychology is an extremely complex science working on pure logic and reasoning combined with apt sensitivity. As within this field , one can specialize in clinical, counselling, neuro, criminal & legal, Industrial/ Sports, educational, social, community psychology. So depending upon the area of their specilalization ,an individual can find employment with neuropsychiatric hospitals, school and college counselling centres, government organizations or private research organizations, prisons, juvenile centres and special hospitals, business, government agencies, factories, industrial set up corporate houses, consultant for sports teams, mental health centres, counselling centers, sheltered workshops, hospitals and schools.The brief of activities carried out by diffrent psychologists are :-Clinical Psychologists- assess and treat people with psychological problems. They may act as therapists for people who are experiencing normal psychological crisis or for individuals suffering from chronic psychiatric disorders.Counselling Psychologists- tend to focus more on persons witn adjustment problems rather rather than chronic psychistric disorders.Neuro Psychologists- Neuro psychologists study the relationbetween physical human systems and behavior. These psychologists work in stroke and head injury programmes, oncology programs.
Thank you for choosing careerguide and writing to us. I appreciate your interest in expanding career opportunities in Psychology both in India and abroad. If you do your post graduation in Psychology from any Indian institute you are likely to specialize in Clinical psychology, Counselling psychology, educational psychology or Industrial/organisational psychology. These are the common elective subjects offered by Indian institutions and therefore based on these elective subjects, I shall brief you the types of careers you are likely to get in India and abroad.
Thanks for posting a query. Psychology is broad area which include specializations. You did not mention your specialization so it would be difficult to say what kind of job Psychology professionals may get. In addition, you did not mention which foreign countries? I assume that you want to know the scope of most specializations of Psychology and by abroad I assume you mean western countries.
You can not work in Western countries with Indian degree as Western countries have their own regulatory bodies and you need certification from institutions in respective country. Certification must include practice in respective cultural context under licensed psychologist. After certification, one need to apply for license. After license, once can practice or work as psychologist.
In India, counseling, clinical, educational, industrial and forensic psychology is known specializations.
Counseling psychologists work in not-for-profit organizations, mental health institutes, hospital for mental health, academics institutions (school, college) or private practitioner.
Clinical psychologists work in hospital for mental health, academic institutions, research agency, or private practice.
Industrial psychologists work in corporate houses in the area of Human Resource Management, Recruitment, Training and Development, Employee Counseling etc., academics or work as independent consultants.
Forensic psychologists can work in forensic laboratory, correctional homes, CBI's forensic department (recruitment is through UPSC exam), academics, or independent consultant.
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With Best Wishes,Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD
Director- Career Counselling, Division at Aadhar Centre for Child Development, Psychological and Career Counselling
Dr. Anupma Maheshwari is a leading Educational and Career Consultant based at Bhopal (M.P).
She is the Founder-Director and In -charge Career Counselling Division at Aadhar- The Center for Child Development & Psychological Counseling, Bhopal(Established in 2004) and has the distinction of pioneering the career counselling and guidance services in the state. The aim of this organization is the psychological and social empowerment of individuals and families through group and individual counselling.
She has special gift in training and counseling youth, students from Schools and Colleges. Her expertise is in career counselling. By far she has counseled thousand of students. She assists students in selection of career stream on the basis of their potentials by using psychometric testing. She has designed and conducted number of career awareness program & workshops for students, teachers, and parents to enhance awareness.
She has conducted various Career Development and Leadership Programmes such as Career development, Communication Skills, Presentation skills, Time Management, Team Management etc. Her Style of Training includes, Learning by Doing, Learn with fun, Brain Storming, Exercises, Questionnaires, Role-plays and Case Studies. This totally involves the participants and changes their attitude towards the subject.
She is a regular columnist on careers and career counselling for for many leading newspapers and magzines of the city. She has presented papers in national conferences.
Career Advisor / Phd Scholar
A Psychologist with 11+ years of experience in corporate, schools and hospitals. Have coordinated training programs, and developed a new product for leadership development of adolescents, conducted many workshops and lectures for parents, teachers and students during my tenure at the school.
Dealing with clients who have problems concerning adjustment with work, family and helping them lead a better and healthy life is what I strive for. Using therapeutic techniques and assessment tools has helped me so far in making a difference in the life’s of those that I worked with.
The core characteristics that have helped define and guide my career and personal relationships have been focused on flexibility, commitment, openness, challenge, and growth. Managing time and ability of multi-tasking; Excellent communication & convincing skills; Managing Events and good team player; Eye for details and striving for excellence in everything; Being proactive and responsible; Proven ability to learn quickly and become an expert; Skilled at producing quality work with limited resources.
· Assessment and Development Centres
· Behaviour Facilitation
· Content Development
· Psychological therapies like CBT, REBT, Behaviour Therapy, Client Centred Play Therapy, Relaxation Therapy
· Psychological Assessments like personality tests, intelligence tests, projective tests, diagnostic tests, aptitude tests
Counselor at Adaptive Minds
Mrs. Meghna is a Postgraduate in clinical Psychology. She had been a part of several workshops related to Personality Enhancement, Counseling, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Therapy, Hypnosis for self Healing etc. She works at Adaptive Mind as freelance counselor and had worked as an executive counselor at Growth Centre, School Counselor at Billabong High International School, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Vidya mandir. Her areas of expertise include Human Resources Management with Clinical Psychology. Currently working as a Brain mapping analyst
Founder And Director At Canvas Career
Mr. Prathamesh is a Certified Career Consultant by Psytech International (bps) UK and is also a Certified Trainer for Life Skills; he is pursuing Narrative Therapy from Adelaide, Australia. He has been in to career counseling for more than 8 years now he practices MINDFULNESS psychotherapy with students. He possesses vast experience in teaching and career counseling. Currently he is associated with FUEL NGO. He had counseled over laces of students and is a founder director of Canvas Career Consultancy, committed to conduct Psychometric assessments for students and do career counseling by making them aware about new career avenues
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