My Goals For Becoming A Physical Therapist

926 WordsFeb 25, 20164 Pages
A Physical therapist is a highly educated, licensed health care professional that can help patients reduce pain and improve or restore mobility. They can teach patients how to prevent or manage their condition so that they will achieve long-term health benefits. To become a physical therapist one must go through years of school and training. My goal of becoming a physical therapist has been my main goal ever since high school. Being in a swim team and helping others out as a lifeguard has motivated to into helping athletes and people with disabilities. To me, working with people would be a fantastic career field for me to pursue. Reaching this goal is harder than most career goals. I will have to go through a pool of candidates that are has motivated as me. This goal that I am trying to accomplish will need a hundred percent of my effort in school and the field itself. Finding “connections in the field of physical therapy will help you find a job faster. Many people will try to get a spot in the career that I want and for me to accomplish my goal, I must be a better candidate than the others. In terms of the biopsychosocial model, the category that I am mainly facing is the psychological aspect of the biopsychosocial model. The psychological aspect is what is mainly going to be the key to either making or breaking my goal. To reach this goal the only person who can decide the final outcome is myself. There are multiple psychological circumstances, activities, and thoughts
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