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Promoting Excellence In Psychological Health & Wellbeing

As the co-chairs of the PPN South East Aspiring Psychological Professionals (APP) Subnetwork, we were delighted to present at the National Psychological Professions Conference Week and share some tips for finding a career in the psychological professions. We covered some practical advice on job applications and career progression, as well as the importance of bringing yourself to the role. Throughout the National Psychological Professions Conference Week, we were pleased to hear the role aspiring psychological professionals played in projects across the country and the importance of the voices of the future psychological workforce. If you were unable to join the conference, you can register and find recordings of the entire conference week here. This event marks the beginning of the APP subnetwork and we would encourage anyone who is interested in a career in the psychological professions, whether career starters, career changers or in training to sign up here. Over the next few months, we are looking to create a subnetwork committee and develop a plan of work for the next year and by signing up, you will have the opportunity to get involved. We are really excited to start this journey as a subnetwork and hope you can join us! For more information please contact us here.

Rachel Nethercott and Amy Pound

Psychological Professions Network (PPN) South East

Co-Chairs Aspiring Psychological Professionals Subnetwork


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Becoming a member of the Psychological Professions Network gives you access to a wide variety of resources and opportunities to contribute and influence psychological healthcare for all those who work in it and use it.

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