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Difference between Psychiatrist and Cycatrist?

Hello Doc i have no problem but i need to know the diferant between Cycatrist and psychetrist . I have no problem with my hormons and evrtything is good in my health just a little bit feelin body eaching like an allergique at night . And some time feel like i am out of mood nervice fasty i can not hold the fault from the people around me exact ho has less smarty mind. I have 43 years old . My second husband i very younger then me but not looks like younger csuse i still have a good shape and good skin . And is make my mood up and down. He is very lovely this is nice love me also very good but he is not an educated man and he wont be or he can not get the points direct and he wana me cool and repet the information even 20 50 time no problem but don t nervice . Also he like to make sex more then 2 times every day . If i stop it him mean i heat him . I don not know ho need a doctor he make me feel like i am close to monopose .
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Jun 2013
Hi there ~

You have your spelling wrong both times in the content of your questions. Assuming that you want to know what the difference between a psychiatrist and a psychologist is, I will let you know that psychiatrists go through medical school and complete training in psychiatry to be able to prescribe psychotropic medications. While there are many ways that one could become a psychologist (most of the times not being able to prescribe medications) the doctoral psychologist is considered or repute and a masters level a step below and so on and so forth. However the skill level depends on the experience with patients, either for psychiatrist or a psychologist.

I hope this answered your question. Take care and have a nice day !
Answered: Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Psychiatrist Dr. Sundar Gnanavel's  Response
Thanks for your query. The difference between a psychiatrist and clinical psychologist is quite well demarcated. A psychiatrist is a medical practitioner who after completion of undergraduate medical course has specialised in psychiatry as a post graduate course.
In contrary, a clinical psychologist would have done their graduation in psychology and done their M.Phil/PhD in clinical psychology. A psychiatrist can prescribe medication which a psychologist cannot. They specialise in counselling and psychotherapy as well as application of psychodiagnostic tests. Hope you found the information useful.
Dr Sundar
Answered: Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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