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    Psychologists in Freeport


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    Business Listing   Big Brothers-Big Sisters - Freeport, IL - Phone: (815) 599-7300


    Business Listing   New Horizons Counseling Center - Freeport, IL - Phone: (815) 235-6171


    Business Listing   Reich Frank Painting - Freeport, IL - Phone: (815) 235-7076


    Business Listing   Wolf- Martha LCSW - Freeport, IL - Phone: (815) 232-9050


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    Helpful Definition for: Psychologists


    The predominant involvement technique of psychologists is psychotherapy, including, behavioral, cognitive, humanistic, existential, psychodynamic, and systemic approaches. The alleviation of mental distress is the job of psychologists. In Freeport some psychologists with post-doctoral pharmacology training have been granted prescriptive authority for certain mental health disorders upon agreement with the patient's physician with in Freeport.

    The most commonly recognized psychology professionals are clinical and counseling psychologists, in Freeport, who provide psychotherapy or administer and interpret psychological tests. A psychologist is some one who studies mind and behavior of an individual. Psychologists use knowledge and research to solve problems such as mental illness.

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