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Psychiatry in Duluth, GA

1810 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard suite 204, Duluth, GA 30097, USA

Office Hours

  • Monday8:20am — 5:00pm
  • Tuesday — ThursdayClosed
  • Friday8:20am — 4:00pm
  • Saturday — SundayClosed

Individual providers may offer expanded appointment hours. Please call (770) 622-2259 for availability.

Geode Health accepts insurance

At Geode, we believe mental health affordability is just as important as availability. We’re in-network with most insurance plans and always working to expand coverage.

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How We Help

Flexible care shaped just for you

Geode connects you with expert psychiatry or therapy resources, or a combination of both, depending on your needs.

Why Choose Geode Health?

In Duluth, GA, Geode Health is revolutionizing mental health care. Our team of psychiatry specialists and therapists in Duluth is ready to meet your comprehensive needs, including treatment for conditions like bipolar disorder, anxiety disorder, and depression. We offer both face-to-face and online consultations, ensuring your comfort and convenience. Whether you’re a new patient or continuing care, rely on Geode Health Duluth for support in living a more rewarding life.

Frequently asked questions about working with Geode Health

Geode Health in Duluth stands out with its specialized blend of evidence-based talk therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and innovative treatment options. We adeptly address a range of psychiatric conditions, including eating disorders and adolescent psychiatry. Our Duluth team, with their expertise in handling these diverse mental health disorders, adapts methods to suit the specific needs of our patients. We are committed to ensuring our mental health care services are accessible and affordable, fostering an environment where every client is integral to creating their personalized treatment plan.

Psychiatrists, as medical doctors, have the unique ability to prescribe medication and manage the medical aspects of mental health treatment, a task that therapists cannot fulfill. Their extensive training in psychiatry is vital for addressing complex mental health conditions and disorders. Therapists, while not able to prescribe medication, offer a wide range of effective talk therapies, often collaborating with psychiatrists for comprehensive patient care.

The frequency of therapy or psychiatry sessions is individualized, considering each person has specific mental health needs and circumstances. Sessions could be scheduled on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis, based on what aligns best with your unique situation. Mental health professionals focus on creating a treatment plan that advises the ideal frequency of sessions, ensuring optimal care for all patients.

Psychologists typically hold doctoral degrees but are not medical doctors. Their approach to mental health treatment primarily involves talk therapy and other non-medicinal methods, suitable for a range of mental health conditions. Psychiatrists, on the other hand, are medical doctors (MDs) who primarily use medication to treat mental health issues. However, they can also provide talk therapy and additional supportive therapies, offering a comprehensive approach to mental health care, especially for conditions requiring medication management.

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