psychologist vs psychiatrist

psychologist psychiatrist


  • 1) An expert in the field of psychology.
  • 2) A specialist in psychology.
  • 3) One who is versed in, devoted to, psychology.
  • 4) a scientist trained in psychology
  • 5) One who studies, writes on, or is versed in psychology.


  • 1) medicine A medical doctor specializing in psychiatry.
  • 2) A physician who specializes in psychiatry.
  • 3) One who practises psychiatry; a psychiater.


  • 1) You didn't need to be a psychologist to see that there was a situation ripe for disaster.
  • 2) I remembered what Winter had said, that you were a psychologist.
  • 3) A psychologist had written that smoking had conditioned American lives.
  • 4) In most major institutes for gender-identity disorder in children worldwide, a psychologist is the central figure.
  • 5) According to a 2006 survey by the Stanford University School of Medicine, 5.8 percent of the U.S. population — about 17 million people — are compulsive shoppers, a label psychologist April Lane Benson applies to those who "spend so much time, energy or money on shopping that it's impacting [their] life in a negative way."
  • 6) “Decentering” is the term psychologist Jean Piaget uses to describe the capacity to take another person’s point of view.
  • 7) Satisficing is a term psychologist Barry Schwartz uses in his book, "The Paradox of Choice."
  • 8) Should this headline be Mind Hacks blogger says 'psychologist' is overused by sensationalist media or the more direct Media exploits reverence given to arbitrary title, says psychologist? indiecognition
  • 9) A pet psychologist is also called a veterinary behaviorist.
  • 10) A domestic reckoning of sorts, the latest book by Apter, a psychologist, is an in-depth look at “the inescapable power of in-laws.”
  • 11) And of course, when the psychologist is speaking, it's private.
  • 12) Milo’s first move: calling in psychologist Alex Delaware.
  • 13) ‘Many cognitive psychologists also examine the effects of selective attention.’
  • 14) ‘The school also has visiting therapists and psychologists to provide necessary guidance.’
  • 15) ‘They are working as part of a team of educational welfare officers, psychologists and health experts.’
  • 16) ‘In an attempt to answer this question, psychologists have compiled a huge database on what makes people happy.’
  • 17) ‘Ernst Mach is well known to psychologists for his contributions to the theory of sensation.’
  • 18) ‘Some feminist psychologists aim to understand and improve the lives of women and girls.’
  • 19) ‘As a psychologist and educator, she was keenly aware of individual differences.’
  • 20) ‘She told my mum, who then kept an eye on me, so did the school, who made me speak to a psychologist about it all, which I hated!’
  • 21) ‘Jungian psychologists have helped us to understand the bi-polar nature of women.’
  • 22) ‘She had to have an operation and has been under the care of a psychologist for panic attacks.’
  • 23) ‘I'm very uncomfortable with the idea of these psychologists analysing my responses.’
  • 24) ‘I could be a criminal psychologist, a guidance counsellor, a social worker.’
  • 25) ‘At the centre psychologists will offer free consultations to patients and their relatives.’
  • 26) ‘Establish criteria for specialist consultation and for sharing care with psychologists and nurses.’
  • 27) ‘My view is that more recent history is generally a lot more relevant than evolutionary psychologists claim.’
  • 28) ‘The key to this explanation is something psychologists call cognitive responses.’
  • 29) ‘I found a wonderful woman in LA who was a criminal psychologist dealing with psychopaths.’
  • 30) ‘It so drained Dunwoody that he felt forced to consult a sports psychologist.’
  • 31) ‘So we asked a psychologist to devise a scientifically valid test, which we took to two schools.’
  • 32) ‘David Taylor is a psychologist with a background in psychopharmacology and development.’


  • 1) It is a casual and commonplace betrayal that psychiatrists say 'has to be questioned'.
  • 2) Researchers called on doctors and psychiatrists to be watchful for mid-life eating problems after the research suggested that many women were acutely sensitive about the conditions.
  • 3) The psychiatrist says that he attacks people to keep them away.
  • 4) How many psychiatrists does it take to change a light bulb?
  • 5) They often arrive here with their own doctor and psychiatrist.
  • 6) The psychiatrist is a doctor who goes on to specialise in mental health.
  • 7) He is also expecting to be chastised by psychiatrists and doctors.
  • 8) We had a forensic psychiatrist who was absolutely brilliant, that was in that programme.
  • 9) My doctors and psychiatrists didn't really have a clue what was wrong with me.
  • 10) My days were spent going to the psychiatrist, the doctors.
  • 11) I dread to think what a psychiatrist would say.
  • 12) How many psychiatrists who appear for the defence would have been prepared to support pre-emptive detention of their client?
  • 13) Mum attempted to explain his condition to us, as it had been relayed to her by a consultant psychiatrist.
  • 14) He was rushed to hospital where doctors and a psychiatrist decided the life-saving liver operation was in his best interests.
  • 15) Many of these prisoners were previously assessed by forensic psychiatrists who decided no effective treatment was available to treat what was often regarded as criminal behaviour.
  • 16) A consultant psychiatrist came to our house and tested my wife, which took the best part of an hour.
  • 17) It seemed memories were trying to come out,' says the psychiatrist.
  • 18) My favourite joke: How many psychiatrists does it take to change a light bulb?
  • 19) She has round-the-clock doctors, psychiatrists and nurses to care for her.
  • 20) He's probably been to a hundred doctors and psychiatrists who haven't succeeded.
  • 21) There is significant agreement between psychiatrists, doctors, teachers and specialist charities that the problem is growing.
  • 22) Either way, the forensic psychiatrist employed by the programme, considered it all too likely her insanity might recur.
  • 23) A psychiatrist is under the impression that he is being followed by a patient; the feeling of being pursued increases day by day.
  • 24) He almost immediately struck gold, with a project he started in 1997 with Klaus-Peter Lesch, a psychiatrist from the University of Würzburg.
  • 25) Next, ask yourself if seeing a psychiatrist is necessary, or if a licensed mental health professional is a good alternative.
  • 26) Close, but no, poor bunnies, a follower of William Reich, an around the bend psychiatrist from the last century.
  • 27) It sounds like your psychiatrist is one the same manic/depressive meds that * I* am on.
  • 28) Bell's character Alison is a pretentious psychiatrist from the Upper West Side, and is against the orgy taking place.
  • 29) Yalom, himself a psychiatrist, is gently didactic about both the earliest days of his own profession and Nietzsche's philosophy, and even manages to work the two into something resembling a plot.
  • 30) WASHINGTON – Just when liberals thought it was safe to start identifying themselves as such, an acclaimed, veteran psychiatrist is making the case that the ideology motivating them is actually a mental disorder.
  • 31) ‘Belmarsh also had a team of mental health specialists including three psychiatrists and three psychiatric nurses.’
  • 32) ‘Your doctor may refer you to a psychiatrist or a community psychiatric nurse.’
  • 33) ‘Within the core Medicare system, most serious mental disorders are treated by psychiatrists.’
  • 34) ‘She had not responded to therapy with several different psychiatrists in the past.’
  • 35) ‘Last night, health minister Malcolm Chisholm called on psychiatrists to review diagnoses if they have any doubts.’
  • 36) ‘Everywhere the supporters of mental health laws are psychiatrists and the relatives of so called mental patients.’
  • 37) ‘Is SAD an example of psychiatrists manufacturing a diagnosis out of normal human misery?’
  • 38) ‘He is also having weekly therapy sessions with a clinical psychiatrist to keep him sane.’
  • 39) ‘The New York Times interviewed psychiatrists and depression specialists about the trauma facing fans.’
  • 40) ‘As well as psychiatrists, psychologists play a role in assessing prisoner dangerousness.’
  • 41) ‘Both psychiatrists concluded that D suffered from paranoid psychosis.’
  • 42) ‘Physicians and psychiatrists say many parents are worried about daughters who just do not want to eat.’
  • 43) ‘There are no psychiatrists or doctors here to measure the lasting damage done to him by the horrors he has seen.’
  • 44) ‘People are unwilling to go to a psychiatrist or psychologist for the fear of being labelled mad.’
  • 45) ‘Being a neural psychiatrist and counselor, she tries to give a hand to those in need of help.’
  • 46) ‘He is in need of counselling and psychological treatment, best under the care of a psychiatrist.’
  • 47) ‘Two psychiatrists then gave evidence that Ashman's mental illness directly caused him to commit the offences.’
  • 48) ‘Outside of athletics, psychiatrists have yet to discover an effective treatment for self-harm.’
  • 49) ‘Should psychiatrists tell patients with early Alzheimer's disease their diagnosis?’
  • 50) ‘He was taken to the psychiatrist and is now undergoing treatment for bipolar disorder.’

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