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listen to each other more
no matter where our suffering comes from But if there is someone who is willing to listen to us Let us tell our hearts without interruption. Although he did not give any advice. We felt much more at ease. So let's switch roles. Sometimes we tell people close to us. Sometimes we listen to people close to us. If we can be a spiritual shelter for each other Our hearts will be strong Our mental health will be strong. And our relationship with those close to us will be strong as well.

Typically, education for a counseling psychology career begins with an undergraduate degree. Most students choose to begin with a bachelor’s in psychology as this offers a great foundation for advanced education that will follow. Counseling psychology concentrations are uncommon, but some graduate programs offer more options to dive further into this specialty.

Following their undergraduate education, students will pursue either a master’s or doctoral degree in psychology. Regardless of which degree they pursue first, the doctoral degree will be necessary to practice. Most states require a doctoral degree from an accredited university.

You will work with individuals, (children, young people, adults and older adults), couples, families, with groups and at an organisational and community level.

You may work as part of multi-professional teams including doctors, nurses and allied health professionals and a range of other psychological professionals.

In a management or leadership role, you could contribute to the design and implementation of services for patients.