Articles on Psychiatrist


Types Of Psychiatrists

In the world of pop-culture stereotypes, a psychiatrist is usually a bespectacled analyst with a couch and a strong accent. In truth, psychiatrists are fully trained physicians who specialize in diseases and conditions of the mind, just as their peers treat diseases of the body. Although many are full-time therapists, psychiatry also has a number of sub-specialties representing alternative career paths.

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Psychiatrists Rank In Bottom Third For Income

With a mean annual income of $186,000, US psychiatrists are in the bottom third of the compensation ranks compared with other US specialists, according to Medscape's Psychiatrist Compensation Report 2013.

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What's The Difference Between A Psychologist And A Psychiatrist?

The terms "psychologist" and "psychiatrist" are often used interchangeably to describe anyone who provides therapy services. While psychologists and psychiatrists both conduct psychotherapy and research, there are significant differences between the two professions.

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The Things You Should Know If You're Interested In Becoming A Psychiatrist

Before you take a step into the world of a psychiatrist, you should make sure it is really what you want to do.

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An Overview Of A Career As A Psychiatrist

Psychiatry is one of the oldest medical specialty areas. The professional organization known as the American Psychiatric Association (APA) has been in existence for over 150 years. Learn more about a career as a psychiatrist in this brief overview.

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