I study and monitor the clinically insane.
I have a BA in Psychology and an MS in Appllied Psychology. I currently work as a behavioral health worker for inner city schools and focus on behavior interventions. It's great experience, though at times it feels like 'professional babysitter.' Still, fortunate to use this experience to one day move forward. I studied psychology because at the time it was the only thing I could tolerate outside of music classes. I never was in a school band or anything, so my exposure to classical music training was minimal. I learned all I know about music theory and history through the most basic means-going to the library and checking out music textbooks (now, just ordering them online or getting them at a bookstore). There was no way I could afford a significant music education by myself, so I ended up going to a state school in the middle of nowhere PA to try something else. If I couldn't formally learn as much as I wanted about music itself, I decided to then learn about something that inspired me instead: that's where the psych obsession started.
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