Studying Psychology? Be Aware of These 4 Big Mistakes!

Within GetPsyched, members of our team have all completed various psychology degrees, and despite our great experiences, we have made a few mistakes along the way! In this post, we have compiled some of the biggest mistakes we made during our studies that we encourage any psychology student to be …

Managing Your Psychology Degree (and anxiety) During COVID-19 Lockdown

The coronavirus has changed our lives in so many ways. From the fear of the unknown and anxiety over contracting it, to the complete change of things we have in our lives that give us structure and routine. For those of us that are studying psychology degrees at the moment, …

The Power Of Volunteering For Psychology Students – by Sarah Rose

Your degree is not enough. This is the message I keep hearing as I’m exploring career opportunities in Psychology.  Despite working hard towards our degrees or conversion courses, getting onto further training or into a paid position will require something extra. Volunteering can be a fantastic way to demonstrate your …

Children & Death, How Should We Talk To Them About It? by Virginia Veruma

Talking about death often makes adults uncomfortable. In particular, if we have to talk about it with children, we usually tend to deflect or to beat around the bush. These behaviours are a consequence of the adults’ inability to face painful themes, together with the rooted opinion that talking about …