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In all things Moderation [Dec. 2nd, 2004|02:19 pm]

[User Picture]From: chosen179
2004-12-03 02:11 am (UTC)
ya know, if you really wanted to be psychoanalyzed...you could have given a brotha' a call ;)
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[User Picture]From: whizistic
2004-12-03 02:41 am (UTC)
On that note, what exactly is the difference between a psychiatrist and a psychologist (I'm too lazy to goggle it)? And if there is some sort of internship / training / clinicals / preceptorship / residency involved in your future, I'd prefer to be psychoanalyzed thereafter.
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[User Picture]From: chosen179
2004-12-03 02:58 am (UTC)
# Psychologists have earned a doctoral level degree (Ph.D., Psy.D., or D.Ed.) in Psychology, after having obtained a Bachelors degree and a Masters degree in Psychology. This amounts to at least nine years of university education and training in psychology. Psychiatrists have a general medical degree first (4 years at the undergraduate level) and then advanced training in psychiatry (usually 4 years residency after the M.D. degree). Psychologists can do psychological testing with well-researched tests. Psychiatrists typically do not do psychological testing. Psychiatrists can prescribe medications while psychologists can not...these are just differences but there is an overlap in similarities....btw, i was joking about psychoanalyzing you, so ha.
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[User Picture]From: lawrencebacchus
2004-12-04 03:47 am (UTC)
who's more crazy...the nut, or the nut who takes nine years of school to study nuts?
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