Lifestyle, Psychology

Countertransference in Psychology

Countertransference is a phenomenon of psychotherapy which in simple terms, means that as psychological professionals, our feelings / emotions can become entangled with certain aspects of an individual that we're working with. These can be instances that are both conscious where we relate to people, or even sub-conscious when people's circumstances take us by surprise.… Continue reading Countertransference in Psychology

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Guest Blog with Dr Judith Johnson on her Career in Academic Clinical Psychology

Dr Judith Johnson has very kindly guest blogged on her unique experience of Clinical Psychology and how she came to work in Academia. Many people have various journey's in psychology and after reading Dr. Johnson's blog about the Doctorate, I wanted to have more insight into the journey to share with you readers. I’m a… Continue reading Guest Blog with Dr Judith Johnson on her Career in Academic Clinical Psychology

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Sarah Blackshaw on the Differences Between Working in Physical and Mental Health in Clinical Psychology

Many of you keen aspiring psychologists have been asking about Health Psychology and how it differs to the Clinical Psychology setting. When Sarah approached me to guest blog, I thought it was the perfect opportunity to share the knowledge with you to determine how you can work in health settings as a Clinical Psychologist, a… Continue reading Sarah Blackshaw on the Differences Between Working in Physical and Mental Health in Clinical Psychology