Psychiatrists?

by David Thompson
(Fairfax)

Psychiatrists almost never use psychological testing, especially cognitive tests like the WAIS-IV. These are almost always given by clinical psychologists, school psychologists, or neuropsychologists. Few psychiatrists are trained in psychological assessment other than DSM-based clinical interviews, though they are often trained to the level that they are adequately informed consumers of the results of such testing.

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