Psychology

  • End of a Lifetime

    Two weeks ago I finished my placement as an Honorary Assistant Psychologist with the Lifetime Service in Bath. After a tearful farewell to my colleagues with some amazing flowers for me as a thank you for all the work I...

  • Moving on Placement

    Earlier on in the academic year, the Lifetime Service went through a tendering process - where the companies managing the service change hands. This was quite disruptive and ended up in two members of the team remaining with the original...

  • Submitting Ethics

    Hello all! With March having just rolled in, signs of spring are everywhere. We have rain that never seems to end and rows of pretty daffodils covering just about every patch of soil and grass you can see. But, the...

  • 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...

  • 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,...