Welcome to
Atlanta Men's 
Mental Health at 
Atlanta Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Associates, LLP

Atlanta Therapy Contact

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Please feel free to call our office at: (770) 674 - 0553 or use this contact form to schedule an appointment at Atlanta Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Associates (APPA). 

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If you're a man struggling with depression, anxiety, addiction, PTSD, trauma, borderline personality disorder, Bipolar Disorder, relationship problems, identity issues, sexuality,or work-related problems, we are here to help you experience positive change in your life.

We are about men helping men to find themselves. We offer individual and group therapy to meet your mental health needs. Our psychiatrists are available to help you with finding the right sort of medications to help you get through the most difficult times while our psychotherapists are here to help you sort out your life.

If you're struggling, why wait?  
Call APPA today at: (770) 674 -0553 / option #3


Atlanta Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Associates are conveniently located
on the Peachford Hospital campus with plenty of free parking. 


Our Metro Atlanta Metropolitan services areas include: Atlanta, Alpharetta, Marietta, Decatur, Lawrenceville, Buckhead, Brookhaven, Chamblee, Dunwoody, Roswell, Duluth, Woodstock, Acworth, Sandy Springs, Symrna, Ellijay, and North Georgia.











Men's Health at Atlanta Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Associates
2150 Peachford Road, Suite A Atlanta, GA 30338 US
Phone: 7703747443 Website: http://innermanpsychology.com
(Disclaimer: All electronic communications are not guaranteed to be HIPPA compliant and/or secure and/or private. Individuals calling APPA or emailing the APPA front desk assume full awareness and responsibility for their confidentiality and privacy. APPA staff are not responsible for your confidentiality and privacy from where you are calling us. Please ensure that you call from a securely private place when calling APPA about your mental health concerns.)
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