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Beyond the Therapist's Couch
Dean of the School of Professional Psychology to outline career fields in psychology during free "lunch and learn" event on Nov. 8
What can you do with a career in psychology, besides enter into private practice as a therapist?
According to Dr. David Stephens, dean of the School of Professional Psychology at University of the Rockies, a number of professional settings need psychologists – including many that are often overlooked.
“Expertise in psychology is relevant in a number of career fields, ranging from hospitals and correctional facilities to health and sports venues,” Stephens says. “Understanding the bases and implications of human behavior, as well as the diagnoses and treatment options, has benefits in a wide range of occupations.”
Stephens will outline some of the potential career opportunities for individuals who hold psychology degrees during a free “lunch and learn” event on Thursday, Nov. 8. The free event begins at 11:30 a.m. in the Harvey House Auditorium at University of the Rockies (555 East Pikes Peak Ave.). Lunch will be provided, so an RSVP is required by Nov. 5. Call 719.442.0808 to register or for more information.
About University of the Rockies
University of the Rockies is an advanced graduate institution for tomorrow’s thought leaders. The University provides an intimate and dynamic learning environment, offering highly specialized master’s and doctoral degree programs in the social and behavioral sciences, access to industry experts, campus clinical programs for practical experience, and research and publishing opportunities. University of the Rockies is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association (www.ncahlc.org). Small by design, University of the Rockies classes are presented in a progressive online format and at its Colorado Springs, Colorado, campus. For more information, please visit www.rockies.edu or call Shari Rodriguez, associate vice president of Public Relations, at 866.621.0124 x2513.