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Q: Interview Questions for 7th Grade School Science Fair Project
Where would you like to be in your career in about five years from now? What initiated your interest in psychology? Who influenced you to be a psychologist? What factors make you excited about psychology? What is your typical work day like?
A: Response from Kathy Whitham
So sorry that I didn't see this sooner. If it is not too late to answer the questions, PLEASE email me at email@example.com and I'll be happy to participate! FYI, if it makes a difference, I'm a nurse, not a psychologist.
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Dr. Joe is a father to 'almost triplets', children's book author, and licensed clinical psychologist with a specialization in marital and family therapy. He is the acting director of psychological services at a medical practice in Staten Island, New York, along with private practices in midtown Manhattan and Millburn, NJ.
Kathy Whitham, RN is a Behavior Parenting Coach who guides and educates parents using her unique combination of empathy, expertise, and experience drawn from years of maternal-child nursing, holistic healing practices, yoga, and the arts, as well as raising three children, including a transgender son.