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What is a Psychiatrist?
Seeing a psychiatrist is quite like seeing any other kind of doctor. The psychiatrist will inform you of your right to confidentiality and what that means. They will then conduct a detailed assessment by asking questions about your life and your feelings, as well as your background and what’s happened in your past.
After conducting an assessment, your psychiatrist will discuss with you their findings and options for treatment.[/read]
How much does it cost to see a Psychiatrist?
The short answer is, It depends on where you go and who you see.
Psychiatric costs or fees range – from our research, around the Philippines you will pay anywhere from ₱ 2,000 to ₱ 7,000 to see a private practitioner (psychiatrist) in Metro Manila.
How do I find a Psychiatrist near me in Makati?
A positive step made in 2018 was the signing of the Mental Health Law, which will help provide affordable and accessible mental health services for Filipinos. Senator Risa Hontiveros said of this move, “No longer shall Filipinos suffer silently in the dark. The people’s mental health issues will now cease to be seen as an invisible sickness spoken only in whispers.”[/read]
How do Psychiatrists treat mental health?
Psychiatrists help treat mental health issues firstly by assessing mental and physical symptoms. They diagnose and work with a person to develop a treatment plan for recovery. They also give advice about diet, sleeping patterns and other lifestyle factors to help a person get better.
Psychiatrists provide information about your condition and recommend treatments and explain all the details of how treatments work. This includes providing information on what side-effects may occur, any risks and how much it costs. Patients have the choice on whether or not to have the treatment recommended by the professional.
What’s it like to see a Psychiatrist for my mental health?
According to the World Health Organization’s Mental Health Atlas 2011 on the Philippines, there are only 0.38 psychiatrists and 0.22 psychologists for every 100,000 Filipino people. In contrast, the Department of Health reported that one in 5 Filipino adults has some form of mental illness, for example anxiety, depression or schizophrenia.At Prescription Psychiatrists & Psychologists, we’re very happy to hear this news and look forward to successful implementation.
Psychological disorders that might bother you
Our specialists ARE able to diagnose and find solutions for many psychological problems
Do You Have Staff?
Ensure You are compliant with The Mental Health Law
Prescription Psychiatrists and Psychologists recommends that the business entity provide formal education for all staff including senior management as to inform them to their legal capacity or rights regarding mental health.
Prescription Psychiatrists and Psychologists recommends that a business entity considers implementing anonymous psychometric tests which are taken by all staff prior to an employee having a ‘1 on 1 session’.