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What Degrees Do Psychiatrists and Psychotherapists Need?
Jun 10, 2014 ... Psychotherapy is conducted by a professional with specialized training, for example, a psychiatrist, a trained counselor, social worker or ...
The Difference Between a Psychologist and; a Psychiatrist
Jul 14, 2014 ... Psychologist vs. psychiatrist: What is the difference between them?
The History of Psychiatry - Depression - About.com
Aug 17, 2005 ... For information on where Tom Cruise gets his ideas on psychiatry and psychiatric drugs, go to the url mentioned, http://www.cchr.org, the ...
Psychiatrist Careers: Job Overview, Training, Job Duties - Psychology
Psychiatry is one of the oldest medical specialty areas. The professional organization known as the American Psychiatric Association (APA) has been in ...
How to Become a Psychiatrist - Health Careers - About.com
A psychiatrist is a physician (M.D. or D.O.) who specializes in mental health care. Therefore, in order to practice psychiatry, a psychiatrist must complete all of the ...
How to Become a Psychiatrist - Psychology - About.com
Are you interested in becoming a psychiatrist? Learn more about the educational requirements and steps you will need to follow in order to pursue this career.
Advice on How to Find a Psychiatrist - Bipolar Disorder - About.com
Jun 18, 2014 ... Suggestions for how to locate a psychiatrist for those who suffer from any mental illness or are trying to find help for someone else.
Psychologists vs Psychiatrists: What IS the Difference? - Psychology
What's the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist? Here is a quick guide to the differences in education, training, and practice.
Scientology and Psychiatry - Alternative Religions - About.com
An overview of Scientology's concerns with psychiatry and common psychiatric treatments of mental illness.
Psychiatrists: Who They Are & Why You Need One - Eating Disorders
Jul 29, 2014 ... A psychiatrist is a physician (medical doctor) who has specialized training in the treatment of mental illnesses, including eating disorders.
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