- Psychopharmacologists – focus on prescription medications (requires an M.D. degree).
- Psychotherapy – focus some on medical issues, but more on how people think, react and cope. (requires an M.D. degree).
Some Psychiatrists will do both psycho-pharm and psychotherapy.
Psychologist – a Ph.D., not MD (so they cannot prescribe meds.) their focus is how people think, grow and react.
Neuropsychologist – have predoctoral and postdoctoral training working with children who have acquired brain injury or neurodevelopmental disorders.
Practitioners (links provided by SEPAC members):
Jessie Pecchenino (Acton, MA) email@example.com (978) 264-2952
Brian Reynolds, Ph. D. (Concord, MA) (978) 287-4300
, Counselor, LMHC, MEd, MA (Brookline, MA, Newton, MA)
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