Signup date: 20 Mar 2011 at 8:52pm
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Pikirkool, you are so wrong, or possibly just very misinformed? Or perhaps English is not your first language and you don't understand what the word psychiatrist means?
You cannot be a psychiatrist with a BSc in Psychology. You cannot be a couples therapist with a BSc in Psychology. A BSc in Psychology doesn't qualify you to be a practicing ANYTHING, it is an academic qualification.
There are lots of routes through further training if you are interested in working towards becoming a practicing psychologist/therapist of some sort - some of these are even funded! Many of the therapy routes would be open to you with or without GBC, but the practitioner psychologist routes would only be open to you after the conversion. Good luck!
Pineapple29, why not be in touch with your supervisors? If you haven't heard from them i three weeks? It sounds like a lot of the disaster thinking you are doing is thinking up worst case scenarios. It sounds like you are worried about whether they are looking for a new external, that you are worried about whether they are just not going to bother viva'ing you, and worried that you might get an MPhil. Why not address these worries with your supervisors...they will be able to tell you how they are progressing with finding a new external, will be able to tell you whether they anticipate the viva going ahead, will be able to tell you the anticipated outcome, or anticipated range of outcomes. If they don't know you are worried they can't respond.
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Whatever you are imagining is the worst case scenario and you can't know what anyone is thinking until you call up to find out. Really hope it all works out, but surely you need to call rather than imagine the worst? Also, do your supervisors definitely know about this if it is an impersonal letter from the Uni?
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