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This text is not written to strengthen your desire to study Psychology. It’s not written to make you fall in love with the course too. And most importantly, it’s not written for you to give up on ideas. I wrote this text because every new student had to enter Psychology to know a number of things – beautiful, good, bad and terrible too.

In Psychology, there is a difference between what we expect from college and what it produces. That makes a lot of people give up. There for the 4th semester, hit badly and you ask yourself, “Am I in the right place?”, “Why don’t I take medicine?”.

My mission today is to vaccinate you against this crisis. Here are the 4 things you need to know once you’ve decided studying Psychology.

  1. Being a therapist is only one way (and maybe not even the best)

    I joined Psychology dreaming of becoming an expensive psychologist. I will have my office with vintage furniture, elevator music in the waiting room, and notepad with mysterious notes. For me, it is a psychologist.

    During the course, I found that psychologists do more than therapy. Psychologists make recruitment and selection, psychological assessment, awards, data analysis, follow-up, counseling, guidance, lectures, coaching, and even coaching. In the end I found that the Internet can help me. I found an online service that can help me to do psychological tasks. Click here to get more info. Hopefully can help.

The therapy room is only one way and not the easiest. Many people leave college, arrange their salons and take months to get the first client. Why? First, because the market is crowded, especially if you live in the capital. Second, because you don’t study marketing staff in college, it’s a shame.

  1. Choose the theory

In science, you can test theories with experiments and filter ideas that have no real basis. In psychology, even theories don’t agree. For some people, psychology should not be a science; for others, it must be as rigid as physics.

This big difference separates students into tribes. Tribe of psychoanalysis, social psychology, humanism, behaviorism. From an early age, you will be encouraged to “choose the theory” and maintain it. Often, this choice not only defines your favorite subject, but also your friends, clothes, and even your political opinions.

3. The teacher talks about politics (and maybe tries to convince you)


Psychology is a science that explains behavior, right? So it’s natural if he is called to explain the political problem: why was Trump elected? Why is there inequality? How does ISIS recruit so many people? But dealing with it neutral is very difficult, even in a scientific environment. Often, the theory used to explain it has innate political tendencies. How does Trump explain why Trump was chosen? So stay here. Every time you feel that an opinion is treated as a fact, turn on your critical voice button and disagree with everything on your face.

  1. Survive in traditional markets

    To survive in a traditional country market full of psychologists, there is only one smart way: to innovate. Psychology is a traditional course, full of rituals and prejudices – and it is precisely in these places that innovation makes more noise.

    If you want to do Psychology, this is my last message: remove the Psychology from the box. We, young psychologists of the future, have lived in this crazy world of connectivity since childhood. For the first time in history, all knowledge in the world is online, public, and free.