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    Nephew likes to be a family psychologist

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    When my nephew was just a kid, he used to talk about and play like a psychologist to his cousins. He said he likes to study the behavior of a person. He's interested and willing to guide families and groups who are dealing with issues that affect their mental health. Now, he likes to pursue that career. However, I will provide for his studies. I want to know how long to become a family psychologist and how much budget will I need to help him? Is it the same as a family therapist?

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    Just to ask some of you to hear who already pursue their career in being a psychologist. Please share your opinion and experience. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by magnificentstars View Post
    Just to ask some of you to hear who already pursue their career in being a psychologist. Please share your opinion and experience. Thanks!


    Okay, if your nephew is interested to work with couples and families in relationships about their behavior and emotional problems, a family psychologist may be the career for him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by magnificentstars View Post
    When my nephew was just a kid, he used to talk about and play like a psychologist to his cousins. He said he likes to study the behavior of a person. He's interested and willing to guide families and groups who are dealing with issues that affect their mental health. Now, he likes to pursue that career. However, I will provide for his studies. I want to know how long to become a family psychologist and how much budget will I need to help him? Is it the same as a family therapist?
    Psychology career is one of the most high paying. Your nephew has a good choice! Sorry, but I have no idea about the tuition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RileyWiley View Post
    Okay, if your nephew is interested to work with couples and families in relationships about their behavior and emotional problems, a family psychologist may be the career for him.
    Thanks for your shared information. My nephew is interested to become a family psychologist in the future. Anyway, upon thorough search, I was able to peek on this site and have read some useful things about family therapists who deal with issues affecting a person's mental health. Perhaps, I'll check and read the pages later.

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    Actually, I also like that career for my son in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by windysheet View Post
    Actually, I also like that career for my son in the future.
    That's good Windysheet! You may want to check the site that I found on the internet. It contains relevant information about a family psychologist or therapist.

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    Thank you for this information.

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