My fav psychology related podcasts for students, professionals & enthusiasts

Psychologists of the clock Ever wonder what therapists talk about over coffee? Well, this podcast is hosted by three clinical psychologists who love to chat about the best ideas from psychology. Hosted by: Psychologist Diana Hill, PhD Clincial psychologist Debbie Sorensen, PhD & Clinical psychologist Yael Schonburn, PhD Favourite episode: Ep. Narcissim with Dr. Avigail…

How i utilise Pinterest working in healthcare

Pinterest has evolved into so much more than procrastinating, planning your dream wedding or for serious home envy. There’s a wealth of information in-fact, there are 50 billion pins on Pinterest So you’re sure to find something relevant to your field. It has quickly become my go-to tool for work. One of the key elements…

Book review: Dark psychology by Abraham Lee

Book details Full title – Dark Psychology: The Ultimate Guide to Learn How to Analyse People, Read Body Language and Stop Being Manipulated. With Secret Techniques Against Deception, Brainwashing, Mind Control and Covert NLP. Author – Abraham Lee Pages/Length – 199 pages Book blurb/description – Has someone ever taken advantage of you for their benefit?…

A catalyst for change

Embarking on a career in psychology is not a decision I have taken on lightly. Learning more about the complex physiology of the human brain and exploring questions like “what makes people cause harm to others” has fuelled my ambition further. The phenomenal transformation I have experienced in my own life drives me to immerse…

Math comes mandatory

Maths is a huge part of psychology SURPRISE! Psychologists are by definition scientists and need to be able to utilise statistical methods to conduct research, analyse data, interpret results, and report their findings. So “basic” math comes mandatory whilst studying a bachelors degree. What type of math is required? For a bachelor of science degree…

The journey begins…

Hi, hello and welcome to my blog! That Psychology Girl, musings on what it’s like studying a psychology degree as a non-traditional student (I’m 27) and, working within mental health. I love all things psychology, sociology and philosophy. I also enjoy academia and I like to think of myself as a life long learner. Which…