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Psychologists In Jackson

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Business Listing   Affiliates in Counseling and Psychiatry - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 668-3740

Business Listing   ARTC Inc - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 668-5880

Business Listing   Association of Behavioral Counselors P LLC - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 668-2277

Business Listing   Behavioral Health Associates - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 664-1922

Business Listing   Behavioral Health Initiatives - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 668-6886

Business Listing   Bond Elias King MD - Appointments- Doctor's Office - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 422-0348

Business Listing   Design Consultants Inc - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 664-4939

Business Listing   Independent Living Home - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 422-2644

Business Listing   Jackson-Madison County General Hospital - Pathways - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 935-8200

Business Listing   Kennon Robert W Psychologist - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 427-1740

Business Listing   Lakeside Community Resource Office - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 664-0010

Business Listing   Life Visions 120 - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 664-8444

Business Listing   McCoy John PhD - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 668-1137

Business Listing   Medina House - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 423-9849

Business Listing   Pathways Drop In Center - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 423-9500

Business Listing   Pratt- Pepper Counselor - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 660-0199

Business Listing   Professional Health Services of Jackson - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 660-8467

Business Listing   Quinco Counseling Center - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 664-2083

Business Listing   Raines Bob Psychologist - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 427-0416

Business Listing   Sawyer John E & Associates - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 664-8634

Business Listing   Semrau Lorne A PC - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 664-0044

Business Listing   Youth Villages - Jackson, TN - Phone: (731) 660-6760

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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 Jackson 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 Jackson.

The most commonly recognized psychology professionals are clinical and counseling psychologists, in Jackson, 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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