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*I hold a BSc in Psychology and a MSc (kandidat) in Psychological Research (focussing on autism in adults) - which is what's required in Denmark to call yourself a psychologist, and beyond that I hold a Postgraduate Diploma (3 year university degree) in counselling and psychotherapy and a diploma in coaching and coaching supervision, as well as having done hundreds of hours of further training within my field and having done nearly 1000 hours of 1-2-1 client work - but this has not been enough for the Danish Educational Ministry to approve my qualifications in Denmark (another known problem in the Danish system of not acknowledging foreign qualifications). Their decision to reject my right to call myself a psychologist in Denmark is based on me not having enough HR and pedagogical hours, despite also having worked in the corporate world for 13 years before setting up my own business in 2017. 'Psychologist' is a protected title in Denmark and I'm not currently allowed to use it, nor can I get a job as a psychologist in Denmark - and gain a seat at the decision-making table. As someone who's never felt I belonged here and been used to following her own path, I've decided not to fight this decision, nor walk away but rather to walk around it - hence why I call myself a 'psychology coach and psychotherapist' (not protected titles).