psychiatrist

[si-kahy-uh-trist, sahy-]
noun
a physician who practices psychiatry.

Origin:
1885–90; psychiatr(y) + -ist

psychiatrist, psychologist, psychoanalyst, psychotherapist.
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psychiatrist psy·chi·a·trist (sĭ-kī'ə-trĭst, sī-)
n.
A physician who specializes in psychiatry.

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The psychiatrists have in this field much too early rejected the solidity of
  the psychic structure.
Many students have considerable experience working with therapists and
  psychiatrists before they arrive at art colleges.
It's an alluring prospect, but the approach is still viewed with some suspicion
  by mainstream psychiatrists.
So psychiatrists worry that the labels will scare away patients in need of
  medication.
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