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In BC it is not mandatory to have a masters. Making appointments with a counselor is easy. You’ll typically have chosen your concentration—like psychology, counseling or human services—and be ready to take electives by your junior year. Laura was also recently featured in ​Madison Magazine as part of a story about Mexican immigrants who are undocumented. However, opportunities may be limited, because employment of school psychologists in public schools and universities is contingent on state and local budgets.

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Publisher: Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd (February 4, 2010)

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