Dr. Pablo Jeczmien started his career as a heart surgeon for a very highly regarded team, until he decided to specialise in psychiatry and psychotherapy, which began his personal quest to understand how the mind and the body worked together. This personal and professional development has led Dr. Jeczmien to address mental and physical problems from a more multidimensional, even spiritual, point of view. He prefers to take a holistic approach to mental health, combining his psychiatric knowledge with psychotherapy, with the use of medications coming only when needed and when patients agree that it is necessary.
A member of the British Medical Association and the Royal College of Psychiatrists, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien is also registered with the General Medical Council. He currently serves as a General Adult Consultant Psychiatrist with the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK, as well as a Psychotherapist who meets with patients individually, but who also provides group and family counseling when necessary. In addition to his NHS work, Dr. Jeczmien also sees patients as part of a private practice at The Riverside Practice, a centre for health and well-being in East Sussex.
So far, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien has been a psychiatrist for more than 30 years. Until he decided to change a few years ago, is responsibilities once included management and university teaching, but that changed several years ago, when he decided to study Anthroposophical Medicine and Anthroposophical Psychotherapy almost exclusively. Nowadays, he dedicates all of his time outside of clinical practice to the investigation and study, looking for ways that people may able to mend the bridge between mind and body, and perhaps find a way to use them in clinical practice. In addition to Dr. Pablo Jeczmien’s expertise in psychosis and personality disorders, he is also considered an expert with regard to depression, anxiety disorders and post-traumatic stress disorders.
In case anyone is counting, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien now has more than 30 years’ experience as a psychiatrist. This, despite the fact that he actually started out as a heart surgeon. While he was repairing hearts, he watched the healing process and wondered if he could speed up that process. That made him curious about the connection between mind and body and he had to know more, which is why he switched to a career in psychology, especially psychotherapy.
Thankfully, because of his personal and professional journey, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien now takes a somewhat more spiritual approach to healing, making his practice considerably more holistic in nature than was the case previously. In fact, Dr. Jeczmien has managed to combine his psychiatric knowledge with psychotherapy to better understand just how his patients’ psychology works in concert with their physiology. He is highly sought after for his expertise in psychosis and personality disorders, but he is also considered a prominent and trusted source on psychological issues like anxiety disorders, PTSD and depression.
Dr. Pablo Jeczmien knows his psychiatric profession extremely well, after more than 30 years in practice. In fact, because he studies everything he can get his hands on, especially with regard to the interaction of the mind and body in the healing process, his practice just gets better every year. His study of the Anthroposophical Psychotherapy and Anthroposophical Medical fields, which has accelerated in recent years, has led him to approach his practice from a more holistic perspective.
These days, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien works primarily as General Adult Consultant Psychiatrist with the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK, although he also sees and treats patients in private practice with The Riverside Practice, a centre for health and well-being in East Sussex, where he is a full-time psychotherapist who treats patients as individuals or as part of a group or family. He is a member of both the British Medical Association and the Royal College of Psychiatrists, but Dr. Pablo Jeczmien is also registered with the General Medical Council.
Dr. Pablo Jeczmien has recently taken on a new role with The Alternative Healthcare, located in Mid Sussex. This accomplished, 30-year veteran of the psychotherapy and psychiatry fields brings his experience in the field to the holistic environment, which provides several specialists that help patients treat issues such as fibromyalgia, depression, arthritis, asthma and more. From mental to physical ailments, The Alternative Healthcare extends a range of treatments that begin with massage and reflexology to the psychiatric and hynotherapy, occasionally utilizing Jeczmien’s unique experience when needed.
Pablo Jeczmien, a member of the British Medical Association as well as the Royal College of Psychiatrists, brings three decades of expertise to The Alternative Healthcare in addition to a lifelong perspective and pursuit of a connection between the body and mind paradigm. His work toward mending these two gives his psychiatric and psychotherapeutic patients a holistic approach toward healing. It is his studies in Anthroposophical Medicine and Anthroposophical Psychotherapy that allow him to translate these paradigm concepts into clinical work. Jeczmien — an Adult Consultant Psychiatrist with the National Health Service — also applies these ideas, and their practical approaches, to his work at The Riverside Practice in East Sussex where he is a general adult consultant psychiatrist and psychotherapist.
A while back, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien decided to take a bit of a detour in his 30-year career journey, when he chose to give up his academic and administrative duties to study more. It was actually the second detour he’s taken. He actually began his career as a heart surgeon on a highly regarded surgical team. Back then, his curiosity about the effects of the mind on the body led him to change to psychiatry as a specialty. This latest change came a few years ago, when he decided he needed to know even more about the interaction between mind and body and how it affects healing.
Dr. Pablo Jeczmien’s study of Anthroposophical Medicine and Anthroposophical Psychotherapy has changed things. He spends as much time as possible learning how to provide better treatment patients by learning how to bridge the gap between mind and body. He wants to understand the best ways to apply his knowledge to better clinical practice and greater healing, which is why his practice is considered more holistic than most these days. For example, he chooses to forego the use of drugs unless there is no other choice and only with the patient’s permission.
Dr. Pablo Jeczmien, a General Adult Consultant Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist for The Riverside Practice Centre for Health and Wellbeing in East Sussex, has three decades of experiences in the field that he brings to his patients. Jeczmien is an Adult Consultant Psychiatrist with the National Health Service. Additionally, he’s a member of the British Medical Association as well as the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Jeczmien is also registered with the General Medical Council.
Pablo Jeczmien was working on training as a heart surgeon when he decided to abandon the trade for specialization in psychiatry and psychotherapy. In his 30 years, his responsibilities have extended to managerial and university teaching responsibilities. Now, however, he focuses his interests in philosophy of science, specifically psychiatry, the body/mind paradigm and how the two bridge together.
While it is true that the career path Dr. Pablo Jeczmien chose to take has been somewhat unusual, it can easily be argued that it is making him a better psychiatrist. He began his career in a highly regarded heart surgery department, until he decided to change and specialize in psychiatry and psychotherapy. It was all part of a personal quest to understand how the mind and the body work together.
In addition to being a member of the British Medical Association and the Royal College of Psychiatrists, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien is also registered with the General Medical Council. While he has gained expertise in psychosis and personality disorders in his 30 year career as a psychiatrist, he is also a highly valued expert on depression, anxiety disorders and post-traumatic stress disorders,or PTSD.
His personal and professional development eventually led Dr. Pablo Jeczmien to his current studies, in which he learns how to better address mental and physical problems using a holistic approach, using medications only when needed and when patients agree that it is necessary.