BENEFITS OF STUDYING BA PSYCHOLOGY

The field of Psychology is constantly evolving, and scientists regularly make new discoveries about the human mind and soul. Part of your studies will require you to become familiarised with research methods while also keeping up to date with the latest developments in the field.

New studies about the relationship between the brain and subjective experiences are especially popular. As part of work with your future clients, you will have to do a lot of research into psychological conditions, behaviours and keep your notes well organized.

This knowledge will help you evaluate if a person is currently on the right track in their life, or if some traumatic event or maladaptation is blocking their normal development. You’ll be able to evaluate the mental state of clients and better understand the challenges they are facing.

A big part of Psychology is figuring out why we behave the way we do in stressful or specific situations. What are the unconscious processes that seem to overtake us when we least expect it? What are they trying to say about ourselves? What are our dreams trying to say? And what do we need to change to lead a more fulfilling life? By attempting to answer these questions for ourselves and for others we help develop a more conscious way of living and aim to bring more meaning in our lives.This way, you will know which avenues to explore, which ones to steer away from, and which ones to pay special attention to during your sessions.

Pursuing BA Psychology learn to distinguish between severe and mild mental illnesses
There is a lot of misunderstanding surrounding mental illness, and you will need to learn a lot about it to help remove common misconceptions. The more you understand a client’s condition, the more you can help him or her understand themselves and facilitate change and transformation.

By understanding the behaviours associated with certain mental conditions you learn to recognize them during your patient practice, and formulate hypotheses based on these insights. This will also help define the limits of what you can do to help. In cases of severe mental illness, you will not be equipped to help your clients and it is your responsibility to guide them to see a medical specialist, such as a psychiatrist.

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