between a school counselor/counseling psychologist which is the better career choice?
i know most of the details as far as the education requirements and pay are concerned. my main concern is the job outlooks for both. is a person with a major in school counseling able to get a job just as well as a person who is a licensed counseling psychologist? or is obtaining only the masters in school counseling a waste of time? any help would be appreciated. advice from people who have experienced this is even better! thank you!
Asked By: lala - 9/25/2012
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I agree with most of what Carrie had to say, with one small exception. In the state where I live, a degree is counseling psychology is issued by the School of Education of a university, so the degree is actually an Ed.D. (Doctor of Education with a speciality of counseling psychology). A clinical psychologist... More
Answered By: Charles - 9/25/2012
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There are a couple of things to address... More
Answered By: carrie g - 9/25/2012
No offence, but neither... More
Answered By: What - 9/25/2012
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