Psychology is a social science that focuses on human behaviour and cognition. This will include studying different explanations for why we behave the way we do and what impacts our development such as Attachment.

If someone does a psychology degree this does NOT make them a Psychologist and therefore people who want to become psychologists then have to do Postgraduate education such as a PhD or a... more

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The first thing is: a psychologist has a degree in Psychology. A psychiatrist has a degree in Medicine.

A psychologist doesn’t give you any medical treatment. A psychiatric does.

A psychologist helps you to understand your thoughts, why are you feeling in a certain way, how can you do to improve.

A psychiatric works with brain and neurological damages as well.

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Psychology is more of a social science and aims at treating the psychological aspects of a problem (why is a person having depression? What caused it and what can be done to improve it).

Psychiatry is a field of medicine, so they focus on treating the biology more (giving medication to improve neurotransmitter levels in the brain, so the person can have a more positive mood)

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