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Rockies 5: Week 5 Discussion 1 School Psychologist and Sports Psychologist
School psychologists work with children in elementary and secondary schools. A sports psychologist works with issues that are specific to the psychological well-being of an athlete. How do the goals and focus of each differ from that of a clinical psychologist? What are the ethical guidelines that must be considered for each? Explore your own interest in these two subfields of psychology. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ postings by Day 7.
|DISCUSSION 2 Teaching Psychologist|
Careers for academic and teaching psychologists vary depending on the academic setting. Describe some of the activities of college professors in the field of psychology. Include your understanding of ethical concerns involved in teaching while also conducting therapy in either a private or group practice. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ postings by Day 7.