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These days, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien serves as a General Adult Consultant Psychiatrist with the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom and he also works in private practice. His private practice is at The Riverside Practice in East Sussex. A member of the British Medical Association and the Royal College of Psychiatrists, Dr. Jeczmien is also registered with the General Medical Council.
While his career path was less than traditional, the results have been good ones. Over the course of his 30-year career, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien has helped many people, either as individuals or in groups or family therapy. A few years ago, he changed course and began to study Anthroposophical Medicine and Anthroposophical Psychotherapy. That change in direction means that he has spent several years searching for new ways to bridge the gap between mind and body in ways that he can incorporate into clinical practice and make healing easier for his patients. Nowadays, in addition to his clinical practice, he also spends a lot of time examining the philosophy of science dealing with the mind-body connection.
Dr. Pablo Jeczmien has more than 30 years’ experience as a psychiatrist, although it’s only been in the last few years that he has been able to practice in a way that makes him feel truly fulfilled when he decided to study Anthroposophical Medicine and Anthroposophical Psychotherapy. Giving up some of his professional responsibilities, including management and teaching, he chose to dedicate all of his time outside of clinical practice to the investigation and study into ways that people can possibly mend the bridge between body and mind to create an atmosphere more conducive to better healing.
One thing that can be said about Dr. Jeczmien’s career is that it has taken an unusual trajectory. He didn’t actually start out as a psychiatrist. While training as a heart surgeon working with a highly regarded team, he felt he wanted to do something different which would bring him closer to the human beings. He switch to psychiatry and psychotherapy as part of a personal journey to discover the various ways mind and body work together in the healing process.
It is his path of personal and professional growth and development that has led Dr. Pablo Jeczmien to address mental and physical problems from a more multidimensional, and even spiritual, point of view than many of his fellow psychiatrists colleagues.
Dr. Pablo Jeczmien is a General Adult Consultant Psychiatrist with the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK. He is also a Psychotherapist who meets with patients individually and also provides group and family counseling when necessary. In addition to his work with NHS, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien also sees patients as part of a private practice at The Riverside Practice, a centre for health and well-being in East Sussex.
In all, Dr. Jeczmien has more than 30 years’ experience as a psychiatrist. Until a few years ago, his responsibilities also included responsibilities in management and university teaching, but that changed. A few years ago, he decided to study Anthroposophical Medicine and Anthroposophical Psychotherapy and he now dedicates all of his time outside of clinical practice to the investigation and study of certain aspects of the philosophy of science dealing with ways in which people may able to mend the bridge between the body and the mind.
Dr. Pablo Jeczmien is always looking for ways to learn more about those concepts and use them in clinical practice. A member of the British Medical Association and the Royal College of Psychiatrists, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien is also registered with the General Medical Council. In addition to his expertise in psychosis and personality disorders, he is also considered an expert with regard to depression, anxiety disorders and post-traumatic stress disorders.
The arc of his personal and professional development has led Dr. Pablo Jeczmien to address mental and physical problems from a more multidimensional, and even spiritual, point of view. He prefers to take a holistic approach to mental health and psychological disorders, combining his psychiatric knowledge with psychotherapy, with the use of medications coming only when needed and when patients agree that it is necessary.
Dr. Pablo Jeczmien has over thirty years of experience in Psychotherapist and General Adult Consultant Psychiatrist. He is knowledgeable and a professional of mental health care. He trained in heart surgery and later specialized in psychotherapy and psychiatry. Dr. Jeczmien practiced psychiatrist and as a psychotherapist consultancy focusing on psychoanalysis. Having studied Anthroposophy, the Doctor is skillful in both psychiatric and psychotherapeutic and, therefore, has the ability to approach mental health problems from different angles and in a complex manner.
He has conducted various medical interventions, clinical assessments, and psychological therapies gaining valuable experience that enables him to combine compassion and empathy with scientific knowledge to offer mental medical services. He serves as the Integrated Governance Team Lead Consultant in WAMHS and is accountable to the Clinical Director. Dr. Jeczmien also acts as the de-facto Deputy Director in the same role. The team is charged with the responsibility of ensuring improvement and delivery of mental health.
The UK government approves the doctor’s professional work and has granted him the license and registered him as a Consultant Psychiatrist. The license is awarded to Dr. Pablo Jeczmien by General Medical Council. He holds an Honorary Clinical Lecturer position at a senior level in both Sussex and Brighton Medical School. He is updated on the current health status in the UK and has considerable knowledge of the industry. Dr. Jeczmien is one of the Royal College of Psychiatrists members; a psychiatrists professional organization. His vast experience in mental healthcare in the UK puts him in the best position to know how Mental Health Services can be affected.