About the job:
As a Psychotherapist, you diagnose and treat different disorders related to human thoughts, emotions and behavior. You find ways in which patients with such problems can be helped. You listen to the patients, ask them related questions and try to understand or treat their disorders.
As a Psychotherapist, you will have to:
- Remain professional and emotionally detached from your patients
- Listen to your patients attentively; especially what they are saying indirectly
As a Psychotherapist, you will get to:
- Help patients overcome big psychological barriers
- Understand complex psychological issues and apply solutions in your own life
- 35-40 hours per week
- Limited travel
Are you the right fit?
Will you make money?
There is a small fee of $75 for participating in this activity, which also includes a meal, a take home certificate, and more.
For questions, please email [email protected]
Everyone thought Jocelyne would be an architect or designer because she liked to draw when she was younger. But her passion for understanding people and their problems led her down the path of psychology and she became a psychotherapist. In this video, Jocelyne explains the different paths that psychology majors can take. She then describes what she does as a psychotherapist. It's a cool job that helps you improve as a person as well.
Jocelyne studied psychology at USEK in Lebanon and is now working on her PhD because she loves this field. Outside her clinic, Jocelyne is a normal person with a range of hobbies such as reading, dancing, sports, drawing, and traveling.