I've got a strange relationship with Psychology, academically speaking and would love some insight into the best route to take given my experience. I'm getting older and would hate to waste any more time!
Rundown of what I have:
+ BSc in Neuroscience from US university (Am British Citizen with home status however)
+ 2:1 or 2:2 (Depending on which school you ask - it's borderline) - Courses included; Statistics+Lab, Research methods + Lab, Intro to psychology module (6mo), Biological basis of behaviour (several modules), Stress management psychology module.
+ One year of Graduate Medicine which contained a module on cognition/perception, and LOTS of clinically-related social/psych modules. Also did a round at an NHS psych ward as part of the training.
+ 2 yrs of Samaritans volunteer listening
+ 3 yrs supervising vulnerable children (still ongoing)
+ 6 months teaching SEN
+ 9 months teaching technology at a centre for alzheimers/dementia
+ Module on Narcissism and Addiction (2:1) from UK University
+ MSc in Philosophy (Distinction)
As you can see it's a total mashup. From what I can tell I really need; Social, Personality, Abnormal etc.. modules to get GBC, but can I substitute the rest? Is my experience enough for DClin places or do I definitely need APExp.?
Thanks in advance for your help!!