Day in the Life of a Pediatric Psychologist

Day in the Life of a Pediatric Psychologist

In this video, I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Ann-Louise T. Lockhart about her career as a Pediatric Psychologist, why she chose to pursue this path, a typical day for her, and tips for all.

You can connect with her at:
IG @dr.annlouise.lockhart
www.anewdaysa.com

0:52 When did you start your practice?
1:30 How did you decide to design your office?
5:10 What is a Pediatric Psychologist?
6:15 What is the difference between a Psychiatrist and a Psychologist?
7:00 How did you start your practice?
10:00 What is a typical day for you?
12:30 How hard was starting your practice?
15:25 What education is required to become a Pediatric Psychologist?
18:00 Any particular major is required?
18:45 What exams are required?
19:00 Any tips for budding Psychologist?
20:40 Can you describe a typical patient encounter?
21:35 What traits should one have?
23:20 What is a typical salary for a Pediatric Psychologist?

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