From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpsychiatristpsy‧chi‧a‧trist /saɪˈkaɪətrɪst $ sə-/ ●●○ noun [countable] MNa doctor trained in the treatment of mental illnesspsychologistsee thesaurus at doctor
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psychiatristInstead, he was hospitalized for one month and then apparently released by a psychiatrist.This worker can prescribe and dispense medicine, assuming a major function of a psychiatrist, for less money.I made an appointment to see a psychiatrist the following week.The first time he beat her, Theresa resolved that she would force him to see a psychiatrist.If I feel anxious or overwhelmed, I can go to a psychiatrist.A psychiatrist emphasized the importance of preparing for the emotion of loss and recognizing it when it comes.Child psychiatrist Dr Goldman has written a book on anorexia in young girls.Her psychiatrist told her she no longer needed to take tranquillizers.Assistance may be sought from psychologists, psychiatrists, or other practitioners if needed.Madonna said she avoided public appearances, put her home up for sale and talked to psychiatrists about her fears.But top psychiatrist Professor Stuart Fischoff says if Diana underwent treatment it could mean the end of her marriage.