Becoming an Occupational or Business Psychologist

So, you are keen on finding a role or starting up a consultancy that will enable you to apply psychological theories, concepts, principles, and research to the workplace and occupational settings. This is an interesting and promising field to get into. Both occupational and business psychology are concerned with helping individuals and organisations to experience an improved life at work and in business. Such psychologists are interested in improving wellbeing, psychological safety, equality, diversion and inclusion, the design of organisations and roles, leadership capability, and much more. 

Routes to entering the profession:

There are specific routes to becoming an occupational and business psychologist. As well as completing Masters degrees in this area, one will have to become affiliated with the two or three professional bodies to receive recognition within the field. These include: The British Psychological Society (BPS), the Association for Business Psychologists, and the Healthcare Professions Council (HCPC).


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