Treatment of Abnormal Behavior Rapid Review for AP Psychology
A more in-depth study guide for these concepts can be found at:
Professionals who treat people with psychopathologies include:
Psychiatrists—medical doctors (M.D.); can prescribe medication and perform surgery.
Clinical psychologists—have doctoral degree (Ph.D. or Psy.D.); use different therapeutic approaches depending on training and diagnosis.
Counseling psychologists—have Ph.D., Ed.D., Psy.D., or M.A. in counseling; tend to deal with less severe mental health problems.
Psychoanalysts—may or may not be psychiatrists, but follow the teaching of Freud and practice psychoanalysis or other psychodynamic therapies.
Clinical or psychiatric social workers—have masters degree in social work (M.S.W.).
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