Health Psychology Careers
The applicant can apply for certification after three postdoctoral years, including a one-year postdoctoral supervised experience in professional psychology, and two additional years of postdoctoral experience in clinical health psychology. Depending on the state, master’s-level professionals work in clinical, counseling and school psychology as therapists, counselors and other mental health clinicians. There are opportunities to put the degree to work in human resources, advertising or market research.
Healthcare facilities – like hospitals and clinics – will often hire health psychologists, for instance. Non-profit organizations and government sectors might also employ health psychologists, as will large corporations and universities. These professionals might also be able to find positions in government and private research facilities. You will need to earn a doctoral degree—a Ph.D., PsyD or EdD—to become a health psychologist. Clinical health psychologists can also become board certified by the American Board of Professional Psychology.
Emma has experience working with children, adolescents and adults with a range of presenting concerns. She has extensive experience working with clients who may be struggling with adjustment and mood disorders, anxiety disorders, interpersonal difficulties, trauma, eating and body image concerns and psychotic illnesses. She is able to provide a tailored assessment and evidence-based treatment programs to suit you, taking into account your psychological, socio-economic, educational, family and cultural backgrounds. Elica also speaks fluent Macedonian, and can communicate in Serbian and Croatian. With over 20 years experience, Bertina has always taken and honed a holistic approach to enlightening and empowering people and assisting people in achieving sustained enlightened change. Bertina has worked extensively across a range of issues including, Anxiety, Depression, Mood Disorders, Anger, Violence, addictions, Family dynamics, Eating Disorders, and Self-esteem.
Health psychology is the study of psychological and behavioural processes in health, illness, and healthcare. It is concerned with understanding how psychological, behavioural, and cultural factors contribute to physical health and illness. A healthcare professional under the direct supervision of a qualified clinical or counselling psychologist who helps support people with mental health problems. I am the Strategic and Clinical Lead for Clinical Health Psychological Service. I have trained as both a clinical psychologist in 1995 and adult psychotherapist in 2003, and worked extensively in both mental health and physical health settings.
She has a keen interest in working with people who have difficulties with self- esteem, interpersonal difficulties, early parenting issues, anxiety and depression. Tony supports people with a variety of presentations including depression, anxiety, stress, adjustment difficulties, grief and loss, addictions and work-related conditions such as burnout and career transition. Tony can also provide support in a high performance context (for example athletes & executives, start-up founders).
School and Career Counselors and Advisors School counselors help students develop academic and social skills. Those employed in hospitals or other healthcare facilities also may have evening or weekend shifts. Most psychologists in clinics, government, industry, or schools work full-time schedules during regular business hours.