Moving to a different country is a big life change - you have to be 100% sure that this is the route you want to take. This decision will not only impact you, but also your family back home.
There are so many options so it's understandable if it feels overwhelming. Take your time figuring out which country meets your professional (and personal) requirements the best.
Every country has different eligibility to practice - some allow Master's and some require a Ph.D. Some may not accept Indian degrees without conversion, so do your research beforehand.
If you're aiming for a European country, it might be necessary for you to know the local language to get around. You'll be working with clients in various setups, competence in their local language is an essential skill
Moving abroad is a huge financial investment, there are heavy costs involved - education, accomodation, basic necessities, work space and so much more. Coming up with a budget and financial plan is important.
We all want to start working as soon as possible, but getting a license requires thoughtful planning. It is crucial to be well aware of the licensing and registration procedure to practice in the country of your choice.
For a successful career, it's important to always think long term. What does growth look like after 5 years? What steps do you need to take to get there? How would you like your practice to grow in the next few years?
PR is the long term goal for almost everyone. Connect with the right people to get as much clarity and information you require to seek PR yourself. Learning from your own mistakes is good but learning from other's mistakes is even better.
You'll find several high-quality courses that you can do while working as a psychologist. These courses will help you find your niche and build expertise.
In many countries abroad, psychology has come a long way! You'll get the opportunity to explore different specializations apart from clinical and counseling.
Salaries in developed countries are on the higher end as compared to India. Working abroad can help you secure a financially stable and engaging professional life.
Working abroad can help you network with internationally renowned professionals and industry leaders, and spark motivation and ambition in you!
New places come with new challenges but overcoming them helps develop confidence, self esteem, leadership skills, competence, credibility and so much more!
Working in foreign countries comes with several benefits such as healthcare, insurance, financial and social security, and an overall higher living standard.
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy! Engage with local culture, people, food, history of the country, and broaden your horizons and perspective.
If all goes well, starting your career abroad can open up the opportuniy to permanently settle down in your dream country!
Registered Psychotherapist - Qualifying
Akriti Dua is a registered psychotherapist (qualifying) with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario with in-depth knowledge and skills in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, and Client Centered Therapy. Her expertise lies in student counseling and mental health counseling.
Counselling Psychologist & Psychotherapist
Shagoon Maurya is a counselling psychologist with over 8 years of experience and extensive training in working internationally with people who have diverse needs. Her expertise lies in behavioural monitoring, psychological testing, research methods, rehabilitation techniques and testing and delivering appropriate therapies.
PhD Researcher in Clinical Psychology at the University of Edinburgh
Dakshi Walia is pursuing her PhD in Clinical Psychology from The University of Edinburgh. She is currently working as a Learning Disability Support Worker at ENABLE Scotland. She has a rich experience in the field of clinical psychology, and is a Life Member of Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, and Indian Academy of Health Psychology.
Licensed Professional Counselor & Counseling Psychology PhD Student at University of Kentucky
Ashna Sangar is a licensed professional counselor with a rich experience of working in hospital settings and non-profit organizations. Her expertise lies in clinical assessment and brief evidence based therapies. She has worked with individuals with mood disorders, trauma, grief, eating disorders and OCD in various roles.
All you need to know
This event will give you the opportunity to interact with Indian psychology professionals who have established a successful career around the world.
This event is beneficial for all students and working professionals who are interested in working as a psychologist abroad.
Our carefully curated sessions will help you understand what it takes to practice as a psychologist in countries like the US, Canada, Australia, and the UK. You'll get the opportunity to interact with Indian professionals already working in these countries, and learn from their valuable personal experience.
This event is a one stop to get rid of all your doubts related to working as a psychologist around the world. From educational qualifications to licensing procedure and work culture, we're bringing to you an holistic understanding of taking your work to the global level.
The duration of the event is 7.5 hours over 4 sessions.
Working WhatsApp number, Zoom Application, Internet Access.
Session recordings will not be shared with participants.
It's highly recommended to ensure your attendance for all sessions for a better learning experience. However, in case of an emergency, please inform your project manager well in advance.
Yes, a certificate of completion will be issued for all participants at the end of the event.
Please contact Mr. Aman at 9717244354 either on Call/WhatsApp
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