Money-Saving Strategies for the Psychology Intern

In 2011-2012 I was on my predoctoral internship, the capstone year of a 5+ year doctoral program in psychology. This is full-time, so I had to leave my job of 6 years, taking a 50% pay cut in the process. FYI, a “good-paying” psychology internship pays about $20,000 per year, which at 40-50 hours a weekContinue reading “Money-Saving Strategies for the Psychology Intern”

“Just Say No”

It’s been a while since I’ve written anything.  It’s been a very busy few months and admittedly I was somewhat (a lot) consumed by studying for a licensing exam (which I passed!).  Some job changes, the kids returning to school, and fall sports getting into full swing have also made for a hectic fall.  Now that things are startingContinue reading ““Just Say No””

“Will Work for Education”

As I was painting a neighbor’s house recently and was talking to another about some painting she needed to have done- and thinking about my upcoming graduation, I was reminded of an article I was interviewed for in 2010.  The article was entitled, “Will Work for Education“, published in the November 2010 issue of gradPsych.  ThisContinue reading ““Will Work for Education””

Psychological News You Can Use

The Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA) distributes a monthly E-newsletter designed for members of the public on common and current psychological issues.  I think it’s very good, and in my work I have forwarded it to parents and clients, encouraging them to sign up if they found it to be useful.  It’s generally a short read butContinue reading “Psychological News You Can Use”