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It seems I'll be out of job in January, so I ask you for suggestions.
I'm a PhD in #psychology and licensed #psychologist. I do work psychology, psychological assessment and narrative #psychotherapy. I mainly teach critical social psychology, personality psychology, organisational psychology, research methods, statistics, psychometrics, discourse psychology, #phenomenology, and history of psychology. And I use .
I'm bound to Umeå, Sweden at least half time.
@pennyfortheguy 2½ years ago.
@pennyfortheguy I'm not a workaholic, my life has been in turmoil over the last few years. Would really love a long vacation, but I haven't had the luxury of having one.
@pennyfortheguy So where do you want to go for vacation? 😜
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