Wearing It Differently: Talking about ACT for psychosis, clinical psychology, and career choices

I recently had the privilege of being interviewed for “We All Wear It Differently”, a podcast for early career psychologists. Amy Felman, the enthusiastic host, created the podcast so that psychologists starting their careers could learn from experienced colleagues about the choices and opportunities that shaped their working lives. The podcast features a collection of …

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How to make the most of clinical supervision as a psychologist

It is the start of internal placement for a new cohort of provisional psychologists at my university. I prepared the following tips to help trainees know what to expect, and prepare for, their first supervision sessions. Learning to make the most of supervision is a core professional skill for psychologists. Throughout your career, participating in …

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