Any psychiatrist is entitled to prescribe medication. In the necessary cases, psychotropic drugs - sleeping pills, soothing, anti-delirium - are most often prescribed.
> Psychological therapies
Associated or not with the prescription of drugs, the psychiatrist can propose to his patient a psychological therapy.
This may include supportive psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychoanalysis, couple or family therapy, and so on. There are many different psychological therapies requiring more or less specific training. The psychiatrist can practice one or more of them, according to his affinities, his formations and the patients to be treated.
These different practices and specificities are not always visible before the consultation on the plates and other directories. If this is the case, or if you have no idea of the most appropriate therapy for you, it is best to seek the advice of your doctor. If this is the case, do not hesitate to contact the psychiatrist's office directly to inquire about the practices used.