During active duty, America’s military women and men face unimaginable challenges, and when they return home, many still have an ongoing battle as they struggle with the effect of military duty on their mental health. The exceptional team at Psychiatry of Atlanta, Inc. welcomes veterans at their office in Atlanta, Georgia. They offer comprehensive veteran services for all mental health issues, ranging from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression to helping you transition to civilian life. Call the office or use online booking today to schedule an appointment and start the process of healing.
The Psychiatry of Atlanta, Inc. team embraces veteran services by combining mental health care with an understanding of the unique challenges faced by veterans.
Staying in dangerous places where lives hang in the balance, suffering the emotional trauma of war, and being away from family for long stretches of time are only a few of the devastating challenges taking a toll on veterans’ mental and physical well-being.
At Psychiatry of Atlanta, Inc., the team offers veteran-specific care for the full range of mental health challenges, including:
Though anyone can develop PTSD, 30% (nearly one in three) veterans have PTSD compared to 7% of the general population.
Feeling overwhelmed by emotions and behaviors signifies that you would benefit from veteran mental health services.
It’s also time to seek help if you:
PTSD causes anxiety along with other symptoms, including nightmares, flashbacks, and avoiding the places, activities, and people that remind you of your trauma.
If you’re thinking about suicide or have a plan to kill yourself, you can get immediate help by calling the veterans crisis line. Dial 988 and then press 1.
The Psychiatry of Atlanta, Inc. team works with you, creating personalized treatment plans to ease your symptoms, improve your mental well-being, and help you navigate your path in life.
A few examples of treatments they provide include:
TMS sends mild magnetic pulses into the brain area associated with your mental health disorder. The safe, painless pulses stimulate nerve activity, restoring brain chemicals and relieving your symptoms. TMS is especially beneficial for depression, anxiety, and PTSD.
Connect with the Psychiatry of Atlanta, Inc. team, and start your journey toward mental and physical wellness by calling or booking online.