Depends what you mean by 'practicing' but I'd prefer to do some combination of counseling work (partially to back up research), research, and teaching. We'll see how much I respond to research based academics. I'm pretty extroverted, so I think a career outside of interaction like that (what originally sparked my interest in psychology as a career option) might not be for me, but most of my interests are in social psychology, which ironically deals relatively little directly with people depending what area you end up working in.
We'll see, this is all years away for me, haha.
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