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1.How is a clinical psychologist different from a psychiatrist? Under what circumstances would you likely to encourage a close relative (child, spouse, parent or friend) to see a psychologist rather than a psychiatrist?

1.How is a clinical psychologist different from a psychiatrist? Under what circumstances would you likely to encourage a close relative (child, spouse, parent or friend) to see a psychologist rather than a psychiatrist?

2. What are the four different approaches in clinical psychology? Which one do you believe is the most effective? Why?

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1. Clinical psychologists can offer a wide range of professional services including:
the administration and interpretation of psychological assessments
psychological research
consultants in psychology
the development of prevention and treatment programs
psychotherapy
Clinical psychologists have a great deal of training in theories and techniques of psychotherapy. They help to diagnose and treat psychological problems using various behavioral and cognitive strategies.Unlike psychiatrists they generally do not prescribe medications. Their main intervention technique is psychotherapy. ...

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