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There is no such thing as a forensic psychiatrist.


A forensic psychiatrist works with attorneys and the courts by interviewing, assessing and then testifying about individuals involved in court cases.


A psychiatrist is a doctor who specializes in emotional and mental disorders.


A psychiatrist is a medical doctor who specializes in disorders of the mind


A psychiatrist is a personal help doctor, who will ask you for some personal details, and will help you to sort out your problem, through talking, understanding, and, if you have a health-related mental illness, they can prescribe you medicine. A forensic psychiatrist ... Please, can somebody fill in this definition, and remove this sentence.


If you want to be a psychiatrist, you MUST attend medical school. A psychiatrist is a medical doctor (MD) who specializes in mental diseases.


A psychiatrist is a medical doctors who specializes in psychiatry and is certified in treating mental disorders or illness. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychiatrist


- 4 years in college (with a major of your choice, along with plenty of science related courses to fulfill all requirements set by medical schools) - 4 years in medical school. where you must receive either a M.D. or O.D. Degree - 4 years of residency for psychiatry (sort of like internship, working under supervision, getting paid, but without the actual ''psychiatrist'' title - pass test, receive licence - 1 year in forensic psychiatry (a subspecialty of psychiatry) fellowship. - you are now a forensic psychiatrist bare in mind, there is a difference between a forensic psychiatrist and a forensic psychologist. including a big difference in what is required to become on educationally. being a psychiatrist takes more years, because a psychiatrist IS a doctor.


A psychiatrist is a medical physician who specializes in mental illness.


You need to be a medical doctor with a specialty in psychiatry.


I've heard some Psychiatrists make $450/hr!


Michael Welner has: Played Himself - ABC News Consultant in "Good Morning America" in 1975. Played Himself - Consultant in "Good Morning America" in 1975. Played Himself - Forensic Psychiatrist in "48 Hours" in 1988. Played Himself - Forensic Psychiatrist in "The Early Show" in 1999. Played Himself - Forensic Psychiatrist, Chairman of the Forensic Panel in "Murder by Proxy: How America Went Postal" in 2010. Played himself in "Piers Morgan Tonight" in 2011.


Usually their own reports, assessments, police reports and other paperwork. A forensic psychiatrist doesn't work with science in the same way a forensic scientist (such as you see on CSI) does.


A psychiatrist is a medical doctor who specializes in prescribing medication for mental health problems. A psychiatrist can essentially set his own schedule, but most work in an office on weekdays from 9 AM to 5 PM.


A psychiatrist is a doctor who specializes in psychiatry and is certified in treating mental illness.


A psychiatrist or a psychologist who specializes in Asperger's Syndrome.


Psychiatrist- Emphasizes the care and treatment of people with mental illness.



"Crazy doctor" is not a polite term, but you may be looking for the word "psychiatrist." A psychiatrist is a physician who specializes in treating the mind.


According to salary.com, the pay can vary from $59K to $99K, depending on your qualifications and location.


A psychiatrist is essentially a medical doctor (M.D.) with training in Psychology. So be prepared to become an M.D. on the way. (A psychologist specializes in Psychology.)


forensic psychiatrist and writer Helen Morrison.she has a book "my life among the serial killers". she was psychiatrist of serial killers like john Wayne gacy.


There's technically no such thing as an "osteopathic psychiatrist", but what you might be referring to is an osteopathic physician who has earned the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree (D.O.) who specializes in psychiatry and practices as a psychiatrist. A psychiatrist with a D.O. after their name is still a psychiatrist who treats patients for emotional problems or mental illness and still went through four years of medical school and residency.


A neurologist specializes in the nervous system while a psychologist works with mental disorders.


I am assuming you mean psychiatrist, a medical doctor who specializes in the treatment of psychopathology. It is impossible to earn a medical degree online.



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