Since Dr. Rossi is away, I will be happy to assist you. For the bachelor's degree you probably should major in Psychology or Social Work. There are several different areas of psychology you can choose from.
Dr. Rossi is correct in saying that social workers have a very strong lobby and can gain employment in hospitals especially because of that lobby. However, I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and I have worked in a total of four hositals in three different states.
It all goes back to experience and ability. So, if you know the field you want to work in, say, Industrial Psychology, find a program in which you can obtain that degree, then by all means go on to get a Master's Degree, because the salary for a bachelor's level clinician is embarrassing. If you really like research, get a PhD, as research is part of that degree.
The first thing you need to do is to interview several professionals who are currently in jobs that you think you may be interested in. Then ask them what they did
to get where they are. Most professionals in the helping field are willing to help students because we remember how it was for us.
I hope this has been helpful. Please let me know if you have any further questions.