UPS Education is going to conduct a counseling session on Psychology as career options. This event will be conducted online on YouTube, so that all the students who cannot approach at our institute, can easily attend this event from their own place through the event.
This counseling session will help you to understand the different career options in Psychology in the respects of your qualifications and interest. Also, you will get to know about the various courses in Psychology.
Student can ask their questions/queries from our expert at the same time. So be ready for the session, make your query list today and join the event on 27-Feb-2020.
Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board (DSSSB) invited online applications for recruitment of Educational and Vocational Guidance Counselor under the Directorate of Education Govt. of NCT of Delhi. DSSSB advertise a huge numbers of vacancies for Psychology Students. Further details are given below:
The details regarding name of the post(s), post code, number of vacancies, educational qualifications, experience required, pay scale, age limit etc. as per the Recruitment Rules provided by the user department are as under:-
EXAMINATION FEES AND MODE OF PAYMENT: ₹
100/- (One Hundred only)
MODE OF SELECTION: The selection shall
be made through One Tier and Two Tier examination scheme and Skill Test
DSSSB will conduct One Tier
and Two Tier Examination for the post codes as per examination scheme given in
Annexure-I. However, DSSSB reserves the right to change/amend the examination
scheme, if so required, any time before the examination.
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Clinical psychology and Counselling psychology are both associated with the assessment and treatment of people suffering from psychological problems. They share a lot in common, however, they should not be confused.
Clinical psychologists have the ability to deal with patients with serious issues like chronic psychological disorders, even though they might deal with people having personal crises as well. They are qualified to do so as they need to complete their M.Phil in Clinical Psychology or PsyD to practice. Because of this, they also have access to a wider number of tests and a wider scope of work.
On the other hand, Counselling Psychologists deal with less serious issues, like career counselling, adjustment, relationship problems, stress, etc. They can pursue this after their Master’s degree, not requiring further qualification.
Another difference between both fields is their place of
employment. Clinical psychologists usually work in clinics and hospitals. In
contrast, counselling psychologists work in schools, colleges, or counselling