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Occupational Psych

 
#1 Occupational Psych
08/09/2013 18:16

clin psych

Hi everyone,

Following on from previous discussions with members of this forum, I have decided that I want to pursue a career in business psychology, with a particular focus upon areas such as change management, leadership development, in addition to the other areas commonly covered by occupational psychologists. However, I am also keen to explore further, any management consultancy companies with a strong focus on these areas (in addition to ones I have found through research; Chaucer being an example).

To give an idea of my background, I am in the last year of my doctorate in clinical psychology, and am now seriously considering where I want to take my career. Most of my experience lies within an NHS clinical setting, though I have been tailoring my experiences during placement towards clinical consultancy, assisting teams with culture change, training, teaching and psychometric assessment.

I was wondering whether anyone could point me in the direction of management consultancy companies which focus on these areas?

Also, the big question I have been teasing over in my head is whether I should seek to gain further experience in the NHS, with a view to further tailoring my experiences to aid a move into occupational psychology later (as I know several clinical psychologists have done this, especially moving from a senior role), or whether I should aim to go into a related role in industry (HR, L&D etc.) with the aim of applying to business psychology companies later on?

Any thoughts or advice anyone could offer would be very much appreciated.

All the best,

clin psych

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#2 RE: Occupational Psych
12/09/2013 11:20

clin psych to clin psych (#1)

Just wanted to bump this up, and also ask what salaries are like in Occupational Psych firms?

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