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Psychiatrists in Beaumont
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Bagri Kashi S Md PA - Beaumont, TX - Phone: (409) 898-8820
Desai Rajen Md PA - Beaumont, TX - Phone: (409) 833-9662
Fermo Victor M Jr MD - Beaumont, TX - Phone: (409) 727-7979
Gonzalez Rosa C - Beaumont, TX - Phone: (409) 892-9347
Gripon Edward B MD - Beaumont, TX - Phone: (409) 899-4472
Hayes Erica J MD - Beaumont, TX - Phone: (409) 838-6300
Hypnosis Center - Beaumont, TX - Phone: (409) 899-2511
Isern RAUL D Jr MD PA - Child Adolescent & Family Psychiatry - Beaumont, TX - Phone: (409) 835-2677
Martin-Del-Campo Enrique MD Abpn - Beaumont, TX - Phone: (409) 899-1696
Miller Carole Counselor - Beaumont, TX - Phone: (409) 898-3081
Helpful Definition for: Psychiatrists
Mental disorders are treated and diagnosed by psychiatrists in Beaumont. Some psychiatric practitioners prefer to work specially with certain age groups; thus, those who work with the elderly, are called 'geriatric' psychiatrists, and those working with children, are called 'pediatric' psychiatrists.
Psychiatrists, in Beaumont, also specialize in psychopharmacology, psychiatric genetics, neuro-imaging, sleep medicine, pain medicine, palliative medicine, eating disorders, sexual disorders, women's health, Global Mental Health, early psychosis intervention, mood disorders and anxiety disorders. Psychiatrists need to be registered and licensed to prescribe medication to their patients.
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