Tuesday, 24 October 2017

How the Mind and Body Work Together to Heal: Dr. Pablo Jeczmien

Pablo Jeczmien
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.

Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Dr. Pablo Jeczmien Has a Lot of Expertise

Pablo Jeczmien
Those familiar with the long and impressive medical career of Dr. Pablo Jeczmien realize that his journey through medicine and psychiatry has always been different from that of many others in the psychiatric profession. He has been doing this for about three decades. He actually started off as a cardiac surgeon with one of the best surgical teams at the NHS in the UK. At some point, he decided that he wanted to know more about the connection and the relationship between mind and body and the effect of that on the ability to heal.

In his position as a practicing psychotherapist in both the public and private realms, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien meets with patients as often as needed and in a way that both he and the patient decide is best for treatment. He treats them individually, of course, but he also sees them as part of a group or family counseling session. His professional journey has led Dr. Jeczmien to address mental and physical problems on a more spiritual and holistic level. His holistic approach to mental health means he has the ability to spend more time with patients without resorting to prescribing medications unless they are unavoidable.

Sunday, 30 April 2017

The Riverside Practice’s Pablo Jeczmien

Following numerous years teaching others about the fields of psychotherapy and psychiatry -- specifically university teaching positions and management roles -- Dr. Pablo Jeczmien wanted to become more personal in helping others achieve results in their mental health. He then moved into private clinical practice, working with The Riverside Practice in East Sussex. Known as a “centre for health and wellbeing,” this practice aims to help patients feel at home, providing a place where therapists feeling themselves in their healing art while also treating a wide variety of conditions for patients of all ages. The Riverside Practice has aided individuals since opening its doors in 2008, welcoming Jeczmien not long afterward. To the practice, he brings more than three decades of experience in these specialized fields, serving as a general adult consultant psychiatrist and psychotherapist.

To individuals, couples and families, Jeczmien extends several specialties to those seeking holistic mental health assistance at The Riverside Practice -- he aids with anxiety disorders, including OCD, panic disorders and phobias; depressive disorders, including resistant and chronic depression; personality disorder; post-traumatic stress disorder; psychosis; and dual diagnosis, such as mental disorders alongside substance abuse.

Pablo Jeczmien, also a consultant psychiatrist with the National Health Service, consults with Mid Sussex practice The Alternative Healthcare as well, extending his professional help and expertise to its clinical patients as needed.

Friday, 27 January 2017

Profile: Pablo Jeczmien

In his current position as General Adult Consultant Psychiatrist with NHS in the UK, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien is highly regarded and treats many patients suffering from many disorders. However, he also treats patients in private practice as a psychotherapist who treats patients individually or as a part of group. When he deems it necessary, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien also conducts family counseling.

Dr. Pablo Jeczmien is very highly regarded as an expert on various issues, including anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorders and depression. He’s come a long way since he started his medical career as a heart surgeon with a prominent team. However, it was more than 30 years ago that he decided to study the relationship between mind and body and he now has more than three decades’ experience as a psychiatrist. Dr. Pablo Jeczmien is member of the British Medical Association and the Royal College of Psychiatrists. In addition, he is also registered with the General Medical Council. His latest research into the best ways to address mental and physical problems from a more multidimensional or spiritual perspective has led to major changes in his approach to his practice, which is more holistic in nature in recent years.

Saturday, 22 October 2016

Specialities from Pablo Jeczmien

Serving patients from The Riverside Practice Centre for Health and Wellbeing in East Sussex, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien extends numerous therapies and treatments to his patients based on 30 years of experiences and gained speciality areas. A General Adult Consultant Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist with the National Health Service among other accolades and memberships, Jeczmien has a particular interest in psychoanalysis and serves individuals, couples and families with their needs. His specialities span anxiety orders, including OCD, panic disorders and phobias, to PTSD, psychosis and dual diagnosis, such as substance abuse alongside mental disorders. Some treatments Pablo Jeczmien offers at The Riverside Practice are couples and family therapy, individual psychotherapy, psychiatric assessment and treatment, as well as vast experience with court systems and other agencies.

Thursday, 7 July 2016

The Dr. Jeczmien Approach

At the current time, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien serves as a General Adult Consultant Psychiatrist with the National Health Service (NHS). He also works in private practice at The Riverside Practice, a centre for health and well-being in East Sussex. He is a member of the British Medical Association and the Royal College of Psychiatrists and Dr. Jeczmien is also registered with the General Medical Council. Over the course of a 30-year career, he has helped a lot of people, either as individuals or in groups or family therapy.

Dr. Pablo Jeczmien’s career path was somewhat traditional until a few years ago, with responsibilities in management and university teaching occupying his time. However, several years ago, he decided change course and he began to study Anthroposophical Medicine and Anthroposophical Psychotherapy. 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. He is always looking for ways to bridge the mind-body gap and to discover ways to bring them into use in clinical practice.

Monday, 25 April 2016

Pablo Jeczmien, Consultant Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist

Immediately after finishing his training, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien started practicing as a consultant psychiatrist and as a psychotherapist with a particular interest in psychoanalysis. In addition to his past managerial and university teaching responsibilities, his interests have also encompassed philosophy of science, particularly related to psychiatry, the body, mind paradigm and the possible ways for mending this bridge. It is due to these two passions and interests that Dr. Pablo Jeczmien has created a career that consists of his consultancy, his private practice and the study and investigation incorporated into his clinical research.

Dr. Pablo Jeczmien is an adult consultant psychiatrist in the National Health Service as well as a member of the British Medical Association, the Royal College of Psychiatrists, and the General Medical Council. He is an expert in the fields of psychosis and personality disorders and more specifically depression, anxiety disorders and posttraumatic stress disorders.
As well as being a consultant psychiatrist, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien also sees patients privately at The Riverside Practice, Forest Row, East Sussex (theriversidepractice.com). In his private practice, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien includes psychotherapy for individuals as well as couples and families. In addition to being an adult consultant psychiatrist and running a private practice, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien also has a thriving research career. His research studies Anthroposophical Medicine and Anthroposophical Psychotherapy. These studies are in efforts to find new ways to translate his research findings into clinical practice.