a very very long time.
In order to become a psychiatrist, one has to finish an undergraduate degree. They then need to get a PHD.
You have to go to Medical School to become a psychiatrist.
A psychiatrist is a Doctor. You should figure 8 years of school/residency after you complete High School.
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Yes, as long as he is a baptized Catholic who agrees to become a priest and then a bishop.
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10 1/2 years. In Sweden - land of the free.
10 YEARS + EXTRA TRAINING
To become a psychiatrist, one must be an M.D.
You would have to take a psychology course
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In the U.S., four years of college (with requirements in biology, chemistry, physics and others), four years of medical school, and four years of residency training in psychiatry are needed, in order to become a psychiatrist.
A psychiatrist is a physician with a specialty in psychiatry. Thus, it would take approximately eight years of schooling post high school completion.
Yes, as long as your psychiatrist is monitoring you very often
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Anyone who studies psychology is a psychologist. You can be one of those when you are 10 years old. You want to be a psychiatrist. For that you have to go to about 4-6 years of school after you get your bachelors degree.
Its a post graduate medical certification. First you need to become a medical doctor, GP. Then you take further study to become a psychiatrist.
To become a psychiatrist one must first become a medical doctor.
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They are both four year programs of study. However, a psychiatrist is a medical doctor, thus, there will be an additional three or more years to complete the internship and residency requirements.