When you keep that in mind and look at how great an impact it has on the professional work done by a counseling psychologist especially since Schneider et al (2005) state that Social psychology theories apply through the social-clinical interface, where efforts are made to learn about, understand, and diagnose emotional and behavioral abnormalities/problems pointing out how critical it is for someone to be good at their job to be able to accurately gouge the clients behavior, actions and notions and then integrate them into the formulation of a effective diagnosis and recovery plan. Reference Schneider, F., Gruman, J., Coutts, L. (Eds.). (2005). Applied social psychology. London: Sage Publications, Inc….