No one who has paid even passing attention to Dr. Pablo Jeczmien’s career path should be surprised it has been anything but conventional. Not only is he a General Adult Consultant Psychiatrist with the National Health Service (NHS), but he is also a member of the British Medical Association and the Royal College of Psychiatrists, in addition to his status as a registered member of the General Medical Council. Dr. Jeczmien also works out of a private practice at The Riverside Practice, an East Sussex centre for health and well-being.
As a psychotherapist, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien treats patients based on what he feels is the best approach. He will either treat them individually or as members of families or groups, as he sees fit. And patients and other psychiatrists trust him. Why wouldn’t they, given that he’s been a practicing clinical psychiatrist for more than 30 years. A few years back, Dr. Jeczmien gave up most of his management and university teaching responsibilities, so that he could focus his efforts on studying Anthroposophical Medicine and Anthroposophical Psychotherapy. Since then, his practice has changed considerable and is more holistic in nature these days.