I'm currently in school majoring in psychology and trying to figure out which route to take after I get my B.A. I know it's commonly said that INFPs are psychologists, but I'm curious about the interpersonal interaction part. It's the one thing that's making me hesitant to decide to do clinical work. Wouldn't talking to people all day be pretty draining? I think I would enjoy helping people understand themselves and look at their lives differently, but at the end of the day I would probably be a little worn out. I plan on having a family eventually and want to be able to devote myself to them, but if I am interacting with people all day at work I'm concerned that I won't have the energy to be emotionally present for those who matter most. I'm not an extreme introvert, like I'm pretty social and generally comfortable around new/different people, but I definitely require lots of time to recharge. I know this is all hypothetical but it's something I've been thinking about. Any opinions?