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domoharv

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About domoharv

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    NJ
  • Application Season
    2015 Fall
  1. I have a bachelor's degree in Sociology from Rutgers University. I don't have the greatest GPA, and I'm a horrible test taker (took the GRE years ago... it was horrible) BUT, I have amazing work experience from the past 7 years; working with autistic kids, counselor at a group home, AmeriCorps, volunteer work, and more recently worked for a child protective service agency for almost 4 years where I worked directly with children and families-- I have done a lot So, basically... I don't know what to do from here.... I know I love working with families/kids who have been through trauma, etc... I am good at it. I just don't know how to go about it. Should I just go get my MSW? MFT? or MA in Clinical Psychology? People (professionals) that I have worked with all tell me "There needs to be more people like you in this world..."-- which is so nice, and I am grateful. But, I know to do more I need that advanced degree. So, all that being said... I don't want to have to take my GRE's again I hope my work experience and ability to get amazing recommendations from great professionals will have a grad program look past my poor GPA. I am extremely passionate about the work I want to do. Any advice? Grad schools? Which ones do I have a chance getting into? Thanks in advance!... any advice would be helpful
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