Becoming a Qualified Forensic Psychologist: “Nothing Worth Having Comes Easy”
June 7, 2018
Katie Timmins discusses her experiences of being a Trainee Forensic Psychologist. From presenting at the BPS Conference and pursuing her Research Interests, through to taking part in an ‘Inspire me’ event for aspiring undergraduates at Leeds Beckitt University. Becoming a Qualified Psychologist Being a trainee on the DForenPsy can be difficult. There are some days where …
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This Forensic Psychology blog has contributions from staff, students and associates of the Centre for Forensic and Family Psychology (CFFP) at the University of Nottingham. We hope it is a helpful resource for anyone interested in Forensic Psychology!
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