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    Psychiatrist Career Essay

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    In the 1950's Psychiatrist made a huge improvement. They began to use medication as treatments. The first step into becoming a Psychiatrist is understanding the concept of what they do. Psychiatrists’ are known as Medical Doctors (M.D.s). A Psychiatrist' job is to help and attend to those with psychological issues. This is the job I will be job shadowing. I have always been intrigued by the career because their main goal is to help patients out of their dark place. As I mentioned before, Psychiatrists' perceiver to better someone's mental health. Psychiatrist' are required to have exceeding social skills, listening skills and dedication. I have always been the one to advise my friends when they are confronted with an issue. Something I would have to prepare for is receiving immense problems and unraveling difficult explanations. I would have to learn how to stay unstressed because I would have to work 40 hours a week with patients. When someone is going through a crisis, there are only so many ways to solve it without making both you and your…

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    When we are ill, we trust our General Practitioners to provide the best treatment available. Doctors take care of all our general healthcare needs. If they do not have the capacity to treat us, we trust to be referred to a specialist that handles our specific needs. This is especially true when the main concern is our children’s mental health. Unfortunately, it has become much more common to get a psychiatric prescription from a primary doctor than from a Psychiatrist; The correct treatment or…

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    Becoming A Psychiatrist

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    My whole life was changed when I was taken to see a Psychiatrist at the Dakota Boys Ranch. For this reason I decided to major in Psychology when I registered at Valley City State. I plan to use this degree to become a Psychiatrist. I want to be able to help other kids with disabilities just like I was helped. Becoming a Psychiatrist comes with a lot of steps. This includes many years of school. In order to become a Psychiatrist a four year degree in Psychology is required. After that a…

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    Becoming A Psychiatrist

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    Once when I was 12 years old, I traveled to California. California is a marvelous little universe, but like all other places; it was not picture perfect. People that you would distinguish on the streets would be considered homeless. This event in my lifetime, influenced my major decision in life. This major decision, is indeed what was I going to do to help the people that do not have homes. I started coming to the realization, that I will never have the efficient amount of money in the world to…

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    Becoming A Psychiatrist

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    I should receive this scholarship because it will help pursue my goals of becoming a pediatric psychiatrist. Becoming a psychiatrist will require me to attend medical school. Any money that I receive will be great help in my undergraduate years and allow me to spend more money in medical school and other future endeavors. People look at the total amount of money my parents make and think that they would have no problem paying for college tuition. I also have free tuition at Rutgers University.…

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    and gives off some sort of unrealistic idea of how you should look and act everyday. As you see an increase in social media in peoples everyday lives, the need of psychiatrists will also expand. In today’s society some people will experience these problems and might think they can handle it well by their own guidance. In other cases, however, people have disorders that are not such simple problems that require additional help from psychiatrists. Psychiatrists are physicians who specialize in the…

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    Forensic Psychiatrist

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    What do forensic psychiatrists do? Forensic psychiatrists, as the name suggests, are psychologists in the field of forensic professionals in the law that can either make it easier to choose from a group of criminals who may of done a crime, making a ill-willed criminal into a law following citizen or determining the cause of a crime during a testimony. It may be wondered how a forensic psychiatrist does the mentioned jobs above. Well, a forensic psychiatrist can make finding the real criminal…

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    Since people who get their needs met tend to feel and do better, it's in the best interest for employers to meet the needs of their employees. Even if you employ yourself, you still need to consider what it would take to fulfill Maslow's chart of needs. Think of a future job that you would like to have. Consider what that job would need to offer to help you be successful. Write a brief description of the job and why you think you’d be good in that role. I want to be a psychiatrist.…

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    Psychiatrist is a physician who works with prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental, addictive, and emotional disorders. While looking this career up, I found numerous specialties. Addiction psychiatrists, forensic psychiatrist, and neuropsychiatrist are just a few specialities. To be able to be a psychiatrist, a person has to have a M.D. or a D.O. degree from an accredited school of medicine. A medical degree that is needed takes about four years. Then a person must do a residency in…

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    When I was younger I wanted to be many different things like a teacher, a veterinarian, a model and about everything else a little girl could want to be. After researching the right career for me I stumbled upon being a psychiatrist, after I looked into it I knew it was the right career for me.I chose this career because I love helping people, and being a psychiatrist is all about helping people. One of the main skills required for this job is listening and I am a great listener. In psychiatry…

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