Welcome to The Aspiring Psychologist Podcast with me, Dr Marianne Trent. What you'll get by subscribing to this podcast is access to free tips and tricks to get yourself feeling more confident about building the right skills and experiences to help you in your career as an a Aspiring Psychologist. Hosted by me... Dr Marianne Trent, a qualified Clinical Psychologist in private practice and lead author of The Clinical Psychologist Collective & The Aspiring psychologist Collective and Creator of The Aspiring Psychologist Membership. Within this podcast it is my aim to provide you with the kind of show I would have wanted to listen to when I was in your position! I was striving for ‘relevant’ experience, wanting to get the most out of my paid work and developing the right skills to help me to keep on track for my goals of becoming a qualified psychologist! Regardless of what flavour of Psychology you aspire to: Clinical, Counselling, Health, Forensic, Occupational or Educational there will... more
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I have recently found this podcast and the support Dr Marianne Trent offers via social media, whilst in the process of my DClinPsy preparation for interviews. Unfortunately, I didn’t find this podcast sooner when actually doing my application! more
This is absolutely a must listen for anyone curious about the field of psychology, or interested in embarking on their own journey into psychology. It has helped to no end in clarifying some really nuanced details about becoming a clinical psychologist, alongside providing expert insight into the complex processes one would go through. There are always some very intriguing points to ponder, and vignettes to draw anecdotes from. If you want to learn more about psychology, this is such a valuable ... more
There are so many great podcast episodes I found relatable. I can’t decide on just one or two that's my favourite 😀 more
As a lay person this podcast is amazing. It’s reassuring to hear the passion driving the transparency and focus on good client outcomes. more
The Aspiring Psychologist podcast is a must-listen for anyone looking to get into the world of psychology. I love listening to the advice and insight Marianne provides as well as the opportunity to hear from a range of experts in their field - and all for free!
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