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Psychological Professions

Here you will find information about psychological professions roles in healthcare across Nottinghamshire.

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There are over 20,000 psychological professionals working in healthcare in England. They deploy a wide range of psychological competences in health and social care which make a difference to individual patients and families and the effective operation of the wider care and treatment system. Many people work in specialist mental health services. This has been expanded recently across primary and acute care and into educational and community services.

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Roles

Here you will find roles within the Psychological Professions

Role
Assistant psychologist
Children’s wellbeing practitioner
Clinical neuropsychologist
Clinical psychologist
Counselling psychologist
Counsellor
Education mental health practitioner
Forensic psychologist
Health psychologist
High intensity therapist
Psychological wellbeing practitioner
Psychotherapist
Peer support worker

Case Studies

Here you will find real life stories and examples of what it is like to work in Healthcare.

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Emma – Clinical Psychologist

Clinical Psychologist

Videos

Here you will find real life stories and examples of what it is like to work in Healthcare.

Who are the 12 Psychological Professions?

Who are the 12 Psychological Professions?

Why did I become a psychological professional?

Why did I become a psychological professional?

How to qualify as a Forensic Psychologist

How to qualify as a Forensic Psychologist

Education and requirements for Psychological Professions

Information
The Psychological Professions Network has created a career map for Psychological Professions
The British Psychological Society has more information about becoming a psychologist
University of Nottingham School of Psychology
Course Finder
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