Licensed psychotherapist helps people with stress, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, harmful behavioral patterns, negative feelings, and a variety of other mental illnesses.
Clinical psychologists assess the diagnosis and treatment of people suffering from psychological distress and mental illness. They also carry out psychotherapy and create recovery strategies.
Counseling psychologists provide psychotherapy to people experiencing psychological disturbances, behavioral problems, emotional difficulties, stress, and related issues. These professionals share many commonalities with clinical psychologists.
A psychiatrist specialized in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental illness. The psychiatrist's training begins with a medical degree of four years which requires a one-year internship and a specialty course of at least three years as a psychiatrist. A psychiatrist is qualified to differentiate between mental health problems and any underlying medical conditions that may have psychological symptoms....
Developmental psychologists focus on a specific group, such as early childhood, adolescence, adulthood, or old age. These specialists can carry out tasks such as evaluating children who may be impaired or deficient in their growth, researching aging problems, and investigating the learning of language skills.
Organizational psychologists study the behavior of the workplace, such as recruitment and selection of employees, the selection of the best personnel for specific jobs, and strategies to increase the productivity of workers. They also work alongside human resource personnel, and organizational psychologists use their understanding of psychological principles to develop tests to screen candidates for specific job roles. They may also build training programs for current workers to improve awareness and optimize productivity.
Cognitive-behavioral therapists focus primarily on consciously treating negative thinking that causes the person to act in a bad way or to suffer from anxiety and depression. They focus on the present rather than asking the client about a past thing.
Dialectical Behavior Therapist
Therapists specialize in dialectical behavior therapy primarily in treating people with borderline personality disorder and other serious mental health problems. Since borderline personality disorder is rare compared to other mental health disorders, there are relatively few dialectical behavioral therapists.
Psychoanalysts or clinicians who use a psychodynamic approach concentrate on unconscious patterns and prior events that affect current conduct.
Marriage and family counseling
Marriage and family counselors work with people, couples, or families. When coping with their clients' relationships, they explore mental health issues; help them cope with problems such as low self-esteem and stress.
Expressive art therapist
Expressive art therapy combines visual arts, movement, drama, music, writing, and other creative processes to help a person express and visualize emotions and facilitate growth and healing.