Neuropsychology, professional & philosophical issues in Psychology with Professor Ingram Wright
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Show Notes for The Aspiring Psychologist Podcast Episode: 20

Thank you for listening to the Aspiring Psychologist Podcast. Today we are chatting to the incredible Professor Ingram Wright who is a Clinical NeuroPsychologist and thoroughly interesting chap. We discuss all kinds of stuff from pandemic restrictions and its impact upon psychology to traits which make a great Aspiring psychologist and more.

The Highlights:

00:29: Introduction for topic and guest speaker

01:25: Ingram Wright's role

02:17: We all have imposter syndrome!

02:27: Getting into Neuropsychology

06:05: Stumbling upon your passion

08:27: Impact of COVID

12:05: Relating to impact of COVID on service users  

14:08: Positive implications of COVID on practice

17:04: Tips for supervising

17:59: A podcast run by aspiring psychologists

18:50: Not rushing the journey

16:37: Any family friendly courses out there?

17:29: An offer for training and reflecting on parenting

18:57: Improving access to psychology

20:39: Focusing on end goals not the processes

21:36: Bad weather in psychology

24:24: Focusing on the needs of the aspiring psychologist

28:44: Building neuro experience

32:15: Challenges of neuro

34:52: Ingram Wright’s podcast: The Neuro Clinic

38:14: Connecting with Ingram Wright

38:44: Thank you, subscribe and connect with me!

40:46: Join our membership group!


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