Profile: Dr. Pablo Jeczmien

December 30, 2016
Anyone who has paid attention to Dr. Pablo Jeczmien’s unusual career path over the past three decades plus knows that his approach to healing is different from most. There is a reason for that. He didn’t begin as a psychiatrist; he started out as a heart surgeon as a critical member of a highly-regarded surgical team. However, within a short time his curiosity regarding the interaction between mind and body overcame him and led him to change careers to one in psychiatry and psychotherapy.

Years later, that level of curiosity piqued, leading to even more changes later on. These days, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien is a highly regarded specialist when it comes to addressing mental and physical problems on a more multidimensional, even spiritual, level. With a practice that tends to be more holistic in nature than most, his current approach to mental health and psychological disorders has caused him to combine his psychiatric knowledge with psychotherapy and that has given him a greater understanding as to how his patients’ psychology works with their physiology to influence the healing process, which makes drugs a less necessary influence in the healing process.

Holistic Psychiatry, by Dr. Pablo Jeczmien

June 24, 2016
The path Dr. Pablo Jeczmien took with regard to his career is somewhat different, but it can be argued that it made him a better doctor. While he now has more than 30 years' experience as a psychiatrist, he actually began his training career in a highly regarded heart surgical unit. However, he became more curious about how the mind and the body worked together and decided to specialise in psychiatry and psychotherapy instead.

Now, Dr. Pablo Jeczmien is highly regarded as a General Adult Consultant Psychiatrist with the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK. He also counsels and treats patients in private practice at The Riverside Practice, an East Sussex centre for health and well-being. As a noted psychotherapist, he treats patients individually when necessary, or as part of a group or family, if that is deemed the best course. After many years’ practice, Dr. Jeczmien takes a more holistic approach to mental health and psychological disorders, including a more restrained use of medications, only using them when he and the patient agree that they are necessary.
Dr. Pablo Jeczmien is a practitioner at The Riverside Practice, a centre for health and well-being. He is a member of the British Medical Association in addition to the Royal College of Psychiatrists. He is also registered with the General Medical Council.