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Brand New!

'The Aspiring Psychologist Collective: Reflective Accounts of Mental Health Professionals on their way to Qualification'

It tells the stories of Assistant Psychologists, PWP's, Psychology graduates and more as they strive to advance their professional careers in psychology.

It's a wonderfully nourishing, interesting and helpful read. 

It is a must read for:

Assistant psychologists
Research assistants
Psychological wellbeing practitioners
CBT therapists
Psychology Students

Other 'relevant experience' roles

To grab your copy, click here.  

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Praise for The Clinical Psychologist Collective Book 

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Prof. Jerome Carson

Dr Marianne Trent has done a huge service to the 4,500 clinical psychology applicants, trying to secure the coveted clinical training place. There are stories written by individuals from a variety of backgrounds, who managed to secure training places, often after years of trying. This book will inspire those still wanting to join this exclusive profession. Highly recommended.

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Aman Rattan

Dr Marianne understands the value of individual experiences in their professional development as a clinical psychologist and has elegantly collected a variety of valueble lessons from clinical psychologists of different backgrounds. You'll be sure to learn something from this and reflect on your own journey too. This book shows you that no matter where you are in your training as a Clinical Psychologist, your personal development is never ending!

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I was totally hooked by this book and flew through it in 3 days. I’ve highlighted so many great nuggets of wisdom throughout the book and I know I’ll return to them throughout the DClinPsy application process. It was so refreshing to read such honest stories of resilience, perseverance, and diverse paths to the clinical doctorate. This book is also full of great examples of reflective writing (something many of us haven’t been explicitly taught, but need to develop for completing our “form”). Thanks to Marianne, her team, and all who contributed to this wonderful book.

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