Health psychologists are specially trained to help people deal with the psychological and emotional aspects of health and illness.
Skills include supporting people who are undergoing unpleasant medical treatments and those who are diagnosed with chronic illnesses.
They promote changes in people’s attitudes, behaviour and thinking.
Health psychologists work in a range of settings including academic institutions, hospitals and clinics.
“I just felt that I couldn’t function after receiving my MS (multiple sclerosis) diagnosis. Living with an ongoing and unpredictable illness is incredibly hard. The psychologist validated my experience and worked with me to find a way of making the most of what I have and living with the challenges.”
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