The distinction between a clinical psychologist and a psychiatrist is that [3026]

Q) The distinction between a clinical psychologist and a psychiatrist is that

Options:
A)A clinical psychologist normally holds a PhD. or MA degree or Psy. D. (Doctor in Psychology) and a psychiatrist holds an MD degree
B) A clinical psychologist holds a Ph. d. degree in Psychology and a psychiatrist holds both Psy. D. degree and Ph. d. degree
C) A clinical psychologist holds a special degree in Psychology and a psychiatrist holds a Ph. d. degree in Psychology
D) A clinical psychologist has a special training in psychotherapy and a psychiatrist holds m. a. degree in Psychology

Answer

A) A clinical psychologist normally holds a PhD. or MA degree or Psy. D. (Doctor in Psychology) and a psychiatrist holds an MD degree

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