An online directory of psychiatrists typically displays each doctor's name, address and contact information, as well as a picture, notes U.S. News & World Report. Maps show office locations. Directories also list each doctor's specialty area within psychiatry, such as pain medicine, geriatrics, childhood and adolescence, and general practice. Directories enumerate specific issues that psychiatrists handle, such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, grief, addictions, insomnia and relationships.
A directory indicates educational information, such as medical school and residency and internship institutions, according to U.S. News & World Report. Directories sometimes list psychiatrists' professional publications and presentations. Doctors list types of insurance they accept, if any. Other financial materials sometimes include average cost of sessions, payment methods accepted and use of a sliding scale for charges, Psychology Today presents.
Certain directories provide personal statements from psychiatrists, Psychology Today reveals. These typically provide more detailed information about their practices, medical philosophies, interaction styles and treatment approaches. Treatment examples include cognitive behavioral therapy, psychoanalysis, neurofeedback, psychopharmacology and coaching. Directories also note hospital affiliations, state licensing details, board certifications and length of time psychiatrists have been practicing. There are links to individual psychiatrists websites, if available.