Charlotte Harris

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  • Accident in the Ice

    So soon after the rest of the Christmas break I found myself back at home for a week, nursing a very sore head, a lovely black eye and balancing a pair of broken glasses on my head. The one thing...

  • Return to Placement

    After a much appreciated Christmas break, I am now back working  as an Assistant Psychologist for the Lifetime Service. For those of you reading this blog for the first time, the Lifetime Service is based in Bath and offers support...

  • It's Christmas Time

    The past few weeks have gone by in a blur and now it is time to break up for Christmas! I, like my flatmates, seem to be somewhat more excited for Christmas this year than any time in the past....

  • Winter is Coming

    All I can say is why go to Iceland or fantasise about joining the Night's Watch, when you can stay and freeze in England. The temperature in Bath has dropped significantly, and as someone who cycles to their placement (due...

  • One Month In of a Lifetime.

    This week marked one month since I started working at the Lifetime Service at the Royal United Hospital in Bath. The Lifetime Service aims to support children and their families with life-threatening and life-limiting conditions through an amazing team of...

  • Here comes the work!

    I have now been at my placement with the Lifetime Service, supporting children and families with life limiting illnesses for three weeks. I have accomplished so many tasks that I scarcely know where to begin. However, what I soon learnt...

  • Training Commences: Placement is Real

    Ever since I was 11 years old I can remember being dead set on becoming a Clinical Psychologist, someone who helps those with mental health problems. For the past few years I have been collecting as much experience as possible,...