Professional Skills for Psychology covers key professional, ethical and career development issues. Whether you're a student or a professional, this book provides you with a thorough grounding in how to develop a successful career in psychology. Written by the module leader of ‘Professional Skills in Psychology’ at Bangor University, and with a strong focus on practical skills, each chapter includes case studies with a range of scenarios, allowing you to consolidate the key points covered.
From leadership to working in teams, and from equality and diversity to burnout, this book is essential reading for anyone considering a career in practicioner psychology, or for practitioners seeking to nurture their skills.
Judith Roberts is a HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years’ experience of working in Health and Social Care.