Navy clinical psychologists are a prestigious collection of specialists who administer clinical services to members of the Marines and Navy. They can be found on aircraft carriers, Navy cruisers, military hospitals, and military bases. Many are embedded with Marine units stationed in war zones.
Some Navy clinical psychologists teach and organize training activities at the Naval Academy and other military schools. Exceptional Navy clinical psychologists frequently land neuropsychology and clinical psychology teaching positions at prestigious universities and colleges.
Navy clinical psychologists treat service members and their families with the following problems:
- Severe stress management
- Relationship problems
- Grief after loss
- Financial problems
- Anger management problems
- Career, leadership, and productivity problems