I'm planning to apply for psychiatry although it's highly unlikely for a person to go straight from internship to psychiatry (I know some people may find some irony about me being interested in psychiatry. Let's just say thankfully that eccentricity isn't considered a mental illness ). If I don't get in, I'll do a psychiatric resident year and probably try to do some research to boost my CV.
Related to that, I will probably post a massive post about how Beethoven Symphony No. 5 is a perfect representation of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for the management of depression. 1st movement represents the various stages of grief without resolving into acceptance and how the manipulation of motive represents the "worry spiral" concept. 2nd Movement represents "Behavioural Activation" (the behaviour part of CBT), the third movement represents "Cognitive Restructuring" (the cognitive part of CBT) and the final movement represents remission but a warning that relapse is possible.