finley wrote:I would say "probably not", simply on the basis that mental health is not really taken seriously in Taiwan. In stark contrast to the rest of the medical establishment (generally speaking), quality of service in that department is pretty low, which means the incumbents wouldn't want anyone rocking the boat.
Apart from that, I've never seen any foreign medical professionals in Taiwan. I don't think there's a specific law preventing them from working here; it's simply that the hours are long, the pay unimpressive, and the language hard to acquire. Anyone with that skill set would simply go elsewhere.
tomoya97 wrote:Well, at the end, I changed my mind at the last second, and I chose philosophy instead.... not the smartest thing to do if I want to get a job in the future, but yeah..
tomoya97 wrote:Hello everyone, currently I'm in the last semester of high school, I want to study psychology, and since I want to move to Taiwan after college...I was wondering if it's possible for a foreign psychologist to practice his/her profession in Taiwan as a Psychotherapist.
I already learned some Chinese (I was in Taiwan as a exchange student last year) and I will continue studying it in college. I'm from Mexico BTW
(Sorry for my broken English)
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