He is a mental health specialist, this word comes from the psyche (mind) so his study is based on the knowledge of the functions of the brain, the mind, the thoughts, ideas and memories of individuals.
A psychologist specializes in short-, medium-, and long-term mental experiences. That is, childhood memories, current events or anxieties. The psychologist can diagnose disorders or offer data on the meanings of thoughts or ideas.
He is a professional in this area that is based on the study of the mind, but towards its influence on the behavior of the individual and the analysis of his negative emotions, for example, suffering.
The psychoanalyst has the ability to determine the levels of personal conflicts, traumas and repressions of the past. The analysis that a psychoanalyst uses on human behavior is directly related to the negative mental states of each person.
Differences between psychologist and psychoanalyst
- The psychologist studies the mind, everything related to a person’s thoughts, memories, ideas and short, medium or long memory.
- The psychoanalyst is based on childhood memories subject to family repressions, personal frustrations, negative events or anxieties.
- Through a direct and personal analysis, the psychologist diagnoses disorders, in addition to being able to provide details about a person’s behavior according to their cognitive or learning capacity.
- The psychoanalyst performs tests and analyzes as tests to determine the level of disorders in a person.
- The psychologist is the first to qualify a person, later it is treated by the psychoanalyst in case of a case of negative experiences such as suffering, sadness or depression.