Owen Hughes, 30, is a chartered counselling psychologist at the Pain Management Centre at Bronlys Hospital, Brecon
I work with people who have chronic pain that's not going to kill them but that's not going to go away. My role is focusing on improving their quality of life, despite the pain.
After I'd done a psychology degree at Cardiff, I got a job as an assistant psychologist and it was there I first came across pain management programmes. I found it really interesting and went off to get my qualifications and some experience, and then came to work here to specialise in my chosen field.
The main reward of my job is to see people come here feeling disabled and miserable and leaving with a sense of future.
Rajvinder Kandola, 46, is a chartered occupational psychologist and co- founder of Pearn Kandola, which works with BP, Ford and Nike, among other companies.
I was attracted to occupational psychology because there is nothing wrong with the people I deal with. My areas of expertise are managing diversity, equal opportunities and assessment …