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Q&A: are there any jobs similar to forensic psychology and what is forensic psychology exactly?

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Question by (;: are there any jobs similar to forensic psychology and what is forensic psychology exactly?
when i get older i want to have some sort of job where i physically help children. i do not want to be a psychologist or therapist but someone who sorts out childre that need help and help them (not someone who waits for people to ask for help). one of the jobs i am thinking about is becoming a forensic psychologist.

can you either give me more information about forensic psychology or other job options that are similar to this that i can consider?

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Answer by CM
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forensic_psychology

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2 thoughts on “Q&A: are there any jobs similar to forensic psychology and what is forensic psychology exactly?

  1. Emperor says:

    Child Life Specialist. Imagine that your child is told she has a serious illness
    and must suddenly move from home into a hospital for a long stay filled
    with painful treatments. The child life specialist’s job is to help children
    adapt to living without their parents and to psychologically prepare them for
    scary medical encounters. Child life specialists also help ensure that these
    kids get an education and a bit of fun in their lives. Child Life Council: www.
    childlife.org. Richard Thompson’s book: Child Life in Hospitals

  2. Fizzle says:

    What you’re describing is pediatric psychology. I assume it exists because I know a young woman who entered pediatric psychiatry. A psychiatrist is a real med school + internship doctor that can prescribe, though. Forensic psychology is analyzing what went wrong after the fact. The first example that comes to mind is the Columbine shootings. Their conclusion was that Dylan Klebold had an impulse control problem, would probably have gotten involved in petty crime and then could have been treated. But he was being controlled by Eric Harris, who they determined was a genuine sociopath. What happened at Columbine was probably the best possible outcome because Harris died before he got any better at being destructive. That business about the trenchcoat mafia, cliques, him being an outsider with no friends was all just so much amateur bull spewed out by the press.

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