Psychiatrist (also known as Psycho) is a party game in which all but one player takes the role of a patient suffering from the same affliction, and the remaining player is a psychiatrist who must diagnose them with a series of indirect questions. ==Play== ===Basic version=== The players sit in a circle, with one player sitting in the
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A doctor who treats people with mental illnesses.
Example: Martha hoped to train as a psychiatrist when she got into medical school.
See also: psychiatric
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- a physician who specializes in psychiatry
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(Learning Modules / Psychology / Measuring the unmeasurable) A medical doctor with training in mental illness.
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Psychiatrists are doctors who treat mental and emotional health conditions, using talking and listening methods.
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A doctor who specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders.
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Psychiatrist: A physician (an M.D.) who specializes in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental illness. Psychiatrists must receive additional training and serve a supervised residency in their specialty. They may also have additional training in a psychiatric specialty, such as child psychiatry or neuropsychiatry. They can prescribe medi
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<specialist> A physician who specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of behavioural abnormalities and mental diseases. ... (22 May 1997) ...
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a physician who specializes in psychiatry
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(si-ki´ә-trist) a physician who specializes in psychiatry.
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psychiatrist A physician who specializes in the study, treatment, and prevention of mental disorders.
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An individual who treats people through counseling to overcome emotional and psychological reactions to an injury or disease. One difference between a psychiatrist and psychologist is that the psychiatrist is a licensed medical doctor can prescribe medication.
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A psychiatrist is a physician who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders. All psychiatrists are trained in diagnostic evaluation and in psychotherapy. As part of their evaluation of the patient, among the mental health professionals only psychiatrists are authorized to prescribe psychiatric medication, conduct physical exam
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Type: Term Pronunciation: sī-kī′ă-trist Definitions: 1. A physician who specializes in psychiatry.
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A doctor who specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of people who are mentaly ill. Psychatrists have undergone specialist training and may diagnose illness, prescribe medication and other forms of appropriate treatment. They also decide whether to admit people to and discharge from hospital.
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A psychiatrist is a medical doctor with post-graduate training in psychology and licensed to diagnose and treat psychological disorders. A psychiatrist can provide counseling and behavioral therapy and also prescribe medication. Psychiatrists often treat patients suffering from depression related to chronic back pain. A course of antidepressants a
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A medical doctor who specializes in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders.
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A medical doctor who has a specialist qualification in mental health. They are the main professionals who prescribe medication.
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