Are you interested in becoming a clinical psychologist? If your answer is "yes" this is book is for you. This step-by-step guide will teach you how to forge a rewarding, exciting career in clinical psychology. In this book, you will learn everything you need to know to become a clinical psychologist. Learn how to polish your personal statement, curriculum vitae, resume, thesis, and take tests needed to gain admittance into a clinical psychology program. The ins-and-outs of starting your own private clinical psychology practice, broken down into simple, clear steps Gain a better understanding of the nature of a clinical psychology career and potential avenues How to apply an array of psychological theories used in everyday clinical psychology practice Gain firsthand knowledge of psychological disorders, reasons people enter counseling, and types of theories that resonate with you Get an overview of recent advancements in clinical psychology and its real-life applications Select a specialized field that captures your interest and pick the clinical psychology school most suited to your interests Learn how clinical psychologists have successfully treated disorders, such as anxiety, phobias, PTSD, and alcoholism Master the dreaded dissertation with easy, simple steps Learn the top clinical psychology jobs in demand and various work environments available to you Nail the clinical psychology interview and snag the best clinical psychology jobs Understand laws, ethics, and codes associated with clinical psychology Uncover personality styles suited to a clinical psychology career Structured from your educational journey to top clinical psychology jobs, each chapter focuses on clear and concise steps to help you achieve your goals. Up-and-coming fields, new trends, and hot jobs in demand are inc 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sam Slydell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/068630/bk_acx0_068630_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The highly anticipated and revealing memoir from one of Australia's most significant indigenous leaders. Overcoming segregation, discrimination, personal hardship and political betrayal...Nyunggai Warren Mundine tells it all in black and white. Warren's raw, intimate success story shines a bright and inspiring light, showing there is no limit to what you can achieve. His curriculum vitae runs into pages of honours, appointments and awards. So it's extraordinary to consider that, as an Aboriginal boy in the 1950s, he was a second-class citizen, born into a world of segregation and discrimination that few Australians today are truly aware of. From the poverty of a family living in a tent beside a river, to the depths of depression and an attempted suicide, to the heights of political power as National President of the Australian Labor Party and advisor to five prime ministers, both Labor and Liberal, this is a stirring story of an indigenous family woven into the very fabric of Australia and its politics. Arguably the most controversial and influential of all Aboriginal leaders, Warren challenges conventional wisdom. One of 11 children in a poor Catholic family, Warren has been on a remarkable journey, from his early life in country NSW, with only one pair of shoes and a single bed shared with three of his brothers, to today, where he frequents the highest echelons of power and business. Once an outsider, now an insider, Warren is regarded by many as one of Australia's national treasures. Warren is one of the most significant and engaging personalities in today's political spectrum. He offers an insider's perspective on behind-the-scenes betrayals during his time as advisor to five prime ministers, with startling reveals, exclusive insights and a controversial take on the differences between Liberal and Labor. His memoir, an optimistic and inspirational tale, speaks to a changing Australia, answering a big question on 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mark Coles Smith. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/032060/bk_adbl_032060_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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A biography is a description or account of someone's life and the times, which is usually published in the form of a book or an essay, or in some other form, such as a film. An autobiography (automeaning "self," giving "self-biography") is a biography of a person's life written or told by that same person. A biography is more than a list of impersonal facts (education, work, relationships, and death), it also portrays the subject's experience of those events. Unlike a profile or curriculum vitae (résumé), a biography presents the subject's story, highlighting various aspects of his or her life, including intimate details of experiences, and may include an analysis of the subject's personality. A work is biographical if it covers all of a person's life. As such, biographical works are usually non-fiction, but fiction can also be used to portray a person's life. One in- depth form of biographical coverage is called legacy writing. Together, all biographical works form the genre known as biography, in literature, film, and other forms of media.
Siegfried Kracauer was a leading intellectual figure of the Weimar Republic and one of the foremost representatives of critical theory. Best known for a wealth of writings on sociology and film theory, his influence is felt in the work of many of the period s preeminent thinkers, including his friends, the critic Walter Benjamin, and Theodor W. Adorno, who once claimed he owed more to Kracauer than any other contemporary.The volume brings together for the first time all of Kracauer s essays on photography that he wrote between 1927 and 1933 as a journalist for the Frankfurter Zeitung, as well as an essay that appeared in the Magazine of Art after his exile in America, where he would spend the last twenty-five years of his life. The texts show Kracauer as a pioneering thinker of the photographic medium in addition to the important historian, and theorist, of film that he is acknowledged to have been. His writings here build a cohesive theory on the affinities between photography, memory and history.With a foreword by Philippe Despoix offering insights into Kracauer s theories and the historical context, and a Curriculum vitae in pictures, photographs from the Kracauer estate annotated by Maria Zinfert.
Person und Kunst von Joseph Beuys (1921&#8211;1986) wurden schon immer kontrovers diskutiert. Für die einen war er ein Scharlatan, ein Spinner, ein Utopist, für andere war er der bedeutendste deutsche Nachkriegskünstler &#8211; ein schöpferischer Visionär mit internationalem Ansehen und Erfolg. Joseph Beuys hat ein immens komplexes Werk hinterlassen, dass Zeichnungen, Skulpturen, Installationen, Aktionen beinhaltet. Drei Jahrzehnte nach seinem Tod können seine Vorstellungen und Gedanken für das Daseinsverständnis und für Lebensentwürfe im 21. Jahrhundert Hilfe, Impuls und Orientierung sein. Dies gilt gerade auch im Bereich von Religion und Theologie, was manchen überraschend oder abwegig erscheinen mag, ist Beuys doch keineswegs als religiöser Künstler zu bezeichnen. In seinem Lebenslauf und Werk lassen sich immer wieder religiöse Momente und Motive erkennen, die zwar auf Distanz zum kirchlich verfassten Christentum gehen, jedoch in ihrer Ernsthaftigkeit und Tiefe beeindrucken und berühren. Sie regen an zur (Selbst-)Reflexion und vermögen es, Anregungen zu liefern zu Fragen von Religion und Theologie in säkularisierter bzw. postsäkularer Zeit. [The Personality of Joseph Beuys as a Model of a Shapeable Theology] The person and work of Joseph Beuys (1921&#8211;1986) were always considered controversial. For some he was a charlatan, a spin merchant, a utopian, for others he was the most important German post-war artist &#8211; a creative successful visionary with an international reputation. Joseph Beuys has left an enormous complex body of work which contains drawings, sculptures, installations, and actions. Three decades after his death his ideas and thoughts about the understanding and interpretation of life in the 21st century can be helpful, dynamically creative and a guideline. This is essential especially in the field of religion and theology. What may be surprising or erroneous to some, for Beuys is not to be designated a religious artist. In his curriculum vitae and work again and again religious moments and motifs can be found, which set him apart from a church dominated christianity, and impress by their seriousness and depth. They invite (self-)reflection and are able to stimulate questions of religion and theology in these secular and post-secular times.
Curriculum vitae. Monumetum pro Ingeborg Bachmann was written in 2005 as a commission from the Haydn-Trio Eisenstadt for the project &#8220;Bachmann set to music&#8221; in honor of the 80th birthday of the important Austrian poet Ingeborg Bachmann (1926-1973). Curriculum vitae is a musical reflection on certain aspects of Ingeborg Bachmann&#8217;s life and thought as expressed in her poetry. The texts have not been set to music, but individual poems such as The firstborn country (Das erstgeborene Land) and Black Waltz (Schwarzer Walzer) have been used as a source of inspiration for the composition of this two movement work. At the beginning of the Trio, the violin and the cello introduce a hocket-like passage which lasts over one minute and that, together with the following arpeggio in the piano, is used as a basis for the harmonic and melodic development of the whole piece and returns several times in altered form. Another germ cell traces back to a musical quotation: Ingeborg Bachmann&#8217;s posthumous volume of poetry fragments, published under the title I know of no better world (Ich weiss keine bessere Welt ), in which unmistakable allusions to Wagner&#8217;s Tristan and Isolde inspired an alienated reminiscence of this opera&#8217;s famous love duet in the middle section of the second movement (Mild and soft). Instrumentation: piano trio Nr. 14
Life After Residency: A Career Planning Guide is an insightful, step-by-step guide to achieving a successful and fulfilling career in medicine. As professors at Stanford University Medical Center, Drs. Melissa Berhow, William Feaster, and John Brock-Utne began running seminars to advise their residents not only on creating a curriculum vitae and landing a great job, but also on how to manage student loan payments and avoid pitfalls in the life of a physician. The immense success and ensuing demand for more seminars eventually gave rise to Life After Residency&#8212;a book which continues the seminar discussions in greater depth and magnitude, while maintaining a conversational writing style. Key topics covered include: preparing for a job interview, evaluating job offers and negotiating contracts, obtaining and maintaining the proper State license, applying for membership onto Medical Staffs, obtaining malpractice insurance, buying a house and investing for eventual retirement, and pursuing non-medical career options. Loaded with sage advice and practical wisdom, Life After Residency is an invaluable asset to every resident during the transition from residency to life thereafter.
CO«i»b.H BaCHJIbeBHa lU>BaJIeBcR8JI (Sonja Kovalevsky) was born in Moscow in 1850 and died in Stockholm in 1891. Between these years, in the then changing and turbulent circumstances for Europe, lies the all too brief life of this remarkable woman. This life was lived out within the great European centers of power and learning in Russia, France, Germany, Switzerland, England and Sweden. To this day, now 150 years after her birth, her influence for and contribution to mathe matics, science, literature, women's rights and democratic government are recorded and reviewed, not only in Europe but now in countries far removed in time and distance from the lands of her birth and being. This volume, dedicated to her memory and to her achievements, records the Proceedings of the Marcus Wallenberg Symposium held, in memory of Sonja Kovalevsky, at Stockholm University from 18 to 22 June 2000. The symposium was held at the Department of Mathematics with its excellent library and lecture halls providing favourable working conditions. Within these pages are contained a curriculum vitae for Sonja Kovalevsky, a list of all her scientific publications, together with a copy of the moving and elegant obituary notice written by her friend and protector Gosta Mittag-Leffler. These papers are followed by a leading article entitled Sonja Kovalevsky: Her life and professorship in Stockholm, written especially for this volume by Jan-Erik Bjork in preparation for his major address to the Symposium.