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By NABH Staff

Medically Reviewed by Erika Dalton, LMSW

Last Updated on March 18, 2024

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Find Mental Health Treatment in Georgia

Mental health disorders cannot be treated by treating the symptoms alone. We use holistic and evidence-based methods to treat the entire individual.

At North Atlanta Behavioral Health, our state-of-the-art mental health treatment center in Georgia offer a highly-effective approach for individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, trauma, addictive behaviors, and other mental health disorders.

We believe that mental health recovery is possible. We take a practical approach to address the causes of mental health issues rather than simply treating symptoms. Our clients are able to attend treatment reflects the challenges of day-to-day living based in an outpatient setting, so clients can create and maintain accountability and structure while re-establishing connections with life, family, and self-esteem. 

From our individual psychotherapy sessions to family therapy, to psychiatry, we strive to create a safe and supportive environment so that those struggling with mental illness can access the resources they need for a successful recovery and meaningful growth throughout their lives.

What is Mental Illness?

Mental illness refers to a range of conditions that affect an individual’s mental and emotional well-being. Common mental illnesses include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Mental health is an essential part of overall bodily health. It’s important to seek treatment for any mental or emotional issues to maintain strong physical health and mental functioning.

Types of Mental Health Treatment We Provide

At North Atlanta Behavioral Health, we offer a range of therapies depending on the individual needs of our clients. These include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), exposure and response prevention (ERP), mindfulness-based stress reduction, family counseling programs, and group support. 

We ensure that each client is receiving the most effective care for their unique situation to achieve successful outcomes in the long-run. We understand that seeking mental health treatment can seem overwhelming, and finding the right provider may be difficult. That’s why at North Atlanta Behavioral Health, we provide expert guidance every step of a person’s journey so they can get compassionate, evidence-based care tailored to meet their goals and enhance their well-being. We treat the following mental health disorders:

Depression

Anxiety

Bipolar Disorder

Borderline Personality Disorder

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Schizophrenia

Schizoaffective Disorder

Dual Diagnosis Disorders

Self Harm

Eating Disorders

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Our Mental Health Treatment Options in Georgia

Our programs are aimed to be long-term and practical so that our clients can continue practicing the skills they’ve learned in real-time as they continue to receive support. We offer individual counseling, group therapy sessions, family programs, crisis intervention, and more, depending on the unique circumstances surrounding each person’s situation. 

Our team is highly experienced in providing personalized outpatient mental health treatment that is tailored to meet the specific wellness goals of our clients, such as:

  • Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHPs): This comprehensive program provides intensive treatment for individuals needing stabilization from a severe mental health disorder. Treatment typically includes individual and group psychotherapy, medication management, and psychiatric evaluations. Our PHPs allow our clients to receive treatment during the day and return home in the evenings. 

  • Daytime Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs): Our daytime IOPs are designed to provide intensive support for those transitioning out of residential care or partial hospitalization programs. Services include group counseling, individual therapy, psychoeducation, skills-building workshops, recovery coaching, and holistic therapies. Patients attend daily sessions during the week, allowing them time to work in the evenings or meet other commitments. 

  • Evening IOP: Our evening IOPs offer the same level of care as our daytime program, with the flexibility for people to maintain daily commitments, such as work or school, while still receiving mental health treatment. Patients return home each evening after their nighttime sessions.

  • Outpatient Mental Health Treatment: Our outpatient program is the lowest level of care that we offer, allowing individuals to receive one session with a therapist and one group therapy session per week. We don’t admit clients directly into this level of care but utilize it as a step-down process once clients finish PHP or IOP.
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Benefits of Mental Health Treatment Centers in Georgia

We are passionate about helping our clients reach their highest potential. We understand that no two individuals or circumstances surrounding mental health needs are the same. Therefore we provide tailored treatments that take this into account. 

Here are just a few of the benefits you can expect from mental health treatment centers in Georgia: 

  • Improved overall well-being by addressing underlying issues in an integrative manner.
  • Increasing self-awareness, healthy coping skills, and resiliency.
  • Expanded knowledge on treatment options and strategies for long-term success.
  • Developing holistic approaches to wellness, such as stress management techniques.
  • We create an environment of understanding, compassion, safety, and recovery in order to support each person’s growth. 

Overcome mental health disorders with evidence-based, expert care.

How Has The Treatment of Mental Health Changed Since COVID-19?

With the impact of COVID-19, the delivery of mental health services across Georgia has changed in many ways. North Atlanta Behavioral Health remains committed to providing safe and effective treatments while following all necessary safety protocols that protect our clients’ best interests and well-being. We offer creative ways to ensure treatments remain accessible, including virtual consultations, telehealth visits, and remote treatment plans when appropriate.

Is Addiction a Mental Illness?

Addiction is a chronic disorder characterized by compulsive drug or behavior use despite harmful consequences. The risk of addiction is increased in individuals with co-occurring mental health disorders. People who develop addictions often need to be treated for both their substance abuse and any underlying mental illness simultaneously to ensure long-term success. North Atlanta Behavioral Health specializes in treating addictions and mental illnesses simultaneously for optimal results.

Find Mental Health Treatment in Georgia Today

We understand how difficult it can be for individuals to take the first step towards seeking help for their mental health issues or issues with addiction. That’s why North Atlanta Behavioral Health provides expert guidance every step of your journey so you can get compassionate, evidence-based care tailored to meet your goals and enhance your well-being. Contact us today for more information on how we can help you start down the path toward meaningful recovery and lasting change.

Treatment Philosophy

North Atlanta Behavioral Health is dedicated to the health and happiness of our clients. We offer personalized treatment plans that put each individual's needs first.

Meet Our Team

Our multidisciplinary team wants nothing more than for our clients to achieve a lifetime of recovery and sobriety. Let us help you get the most out of treatment.