Preparing Clinical, Counselling and Educational Psychologists for the Board Exam

South Africa

This talk provides Clinical, Educational and Counselling psychologists specific guidance on preparing for their South African board exam. The speaker discusses the various Acts, highlighting what is most important, and she explains what kind of questions to expect. The main focus of this talk is Annexure 12 - she goes through this in detail, which can also help psychometrists and registered counsellors. Lastly, she provides an example for you to think through. It is recommended that psychologists also watch the talk The Board Exam: A Overview for mental health professionals .

 

Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Educational Psychologists
  3. Clinical psychologists
  4. Counselling psychologists
  5. Annexure 12
  6. General questions for all categories
  7. Conclusion

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