Difference between Psychologist and a Psychiatrist and some information on both?
Well I was just wondering the differences as I dont really understand, I'm thinking of career choice and its something I'm interested in, I was just wondering what the training consists of and whether you can specialize in more than one area - such as Clinical psychology, Counseling psychologists and Developmental psychologists? Also can you take a degree in animals too? But more of a behaviourist and then specialize in horses? Thanks!
Asked By: Emma C - 1/20/2009
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A Psychologist’s Training... More
Answered By: Sandy L - 1/20/2009
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I believe a psychiatrist can prescribe medication but psychologists will only give you therapy...it may be the other way around though! I'm afraid I can't really help with the other questions but if you google "career profiles" or wiki the careers, you should find some information on them. Good luck!
Answered By: ~Grace~ - 1/20/2009
A psychiatrist is a medical doctor who has specialised in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness. After assessing a patient they develop a program of treatment which may include some kind of therapy/counselling as well as drug treatment... More
Answered By: Giorgie - 1/20/2009
The other respondents are correct in stating that a psychiatrist trains as a medical doctor and then specialises in mental health - their models often focus more on biological explanations and remedies (such as prescribing drugs). However, they may also train in a 'talking therapy', or psychotherapy, such as cognitive... More
Answered By: Syndra - 1/20/2009
Well there are loads of types of Psychologists, but in relation to Clinical psychology, they would have a psychology degree and psychology related doctorates, whereas a psychiatrist would have both a psychology and a medicine degree... More
Answered By: ♥ яэγoЯ ♥ - 1/20/2009
Psychologist : Is a person who look at every day problems and try to rationales they way things are, which Always come back to the problem you may have. Clinical psychologist are more advanced they do the same training as for Psychologist but there training is in-depth they study Cognitive behaviour, they try and find... More
Answered By: MARTIN S - 1/20/2009
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