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Well it all depends on what you enjoy. It is very much a social engaging career that allows for growth in many areas. I am a therapist and really like the idea that I can do just about anything..whether it be teach, consult, fee for service work, private practice or more of the operational/managerial work. I found myself feeling that therapy was not something I wanted to do for ever however, it is nice to have different options with an advanced degree (MA). If helping others discover their own motivations and strengths, then psychotherapy is for you. Please be advised that therapy is NOT about telling people what to do but rather allowing them to discover their own solutions...it is a process and giving them the answer is not teaching anything in the long run. Of course, we do provide guidance and challenge negative thinking/bxs to break cycles but ultimately, it is their job to change if that is what they want.
Why did you pick these two area of studies. Which one interests you more look at the different classes that your school offers and see which one interests you more. With psychology classes there is a lot of research and writing paper involved. Research both of your choices in the area of study that you picked and make a list with pros and cons for each area of study you choose and than ask yourself why you want to do that area of study. For instance I choose a major in psychology and a minor in criminal justice. Because I want to be a victims advocate for abused children. Would like to open my youth center and safe house so that I can give them a safe home and a second chance at a better