Originally Posted by The Bulldog
Yeah, I don't do it myself, but from what I've heard, it's not a good course to take. Perhaps as a degree at university it might be more worthwhile.
Even with a degree, it is relatively hard to find work in this field especially when you are not willing to open your own practice. I never wanted to be a "normal" psychologist anyway, rather wanted to try my luck as criminal psychologist (which is also why I studied law as well). Still, life never turns out the way as planned and I found work as marketing assistant who also does occasional translations of manuals and data sheets.