...you to love your self, your family and others enough to seek professional services of a psychologist.
6 Answers · Health · 29/12/2008
.... Oftentimes you already know the answer and the mental health professional is purely facilitating this process. The psychologist may be...
6 Answers · Health · 08/03/2010
... often thought of as the medical and clinical services provided by physicians and other licensed health professionals, particularly psychologists, psychiatric social ...
2 Answers · Health · 23/11/2008
... legally disabled). Unfortunately, most medical professionals don't know the qualifications for getting service dogs or even the difference between service dogs or ...
4 Answers · Health · 20/09/2012
...psychological disorders, but it sounds like everything should carry over. Professional charges are paid for the doctor's service, facility charges are for everything else (hospital room, equipment etc).
1 Answers · Health · 01/12/2009
Yes. I would be furious if ANY professional, doctor, accountant, (and really anyone I was paying for a service) told me to shut up. I don't even take that kind of b.s. from waitresses!
8 Answers · Health · 01/04/2010
...can care for you physically, plus they might be able to put you in contact with a community services professional, meaning a psychological professional. Usually these services ...
4 Answers · Health · 22/06/2014
You have my sympathy. I'm going to sound a little blunt, but I'm curious why you're still on an antidepressant (a rather ineffective one, I might add) after 4 years. Counseling is usually a better alternative. Okay, you...
9 Answers · Health · 03/11/2007