3312- D North Oak St., Ext., Valdosta, GA 31605
Phone: (229) 244-2030
Transcranial Magnetic Stimilation
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No one is immune from problems. We all have our share of personal and private challenges. Problems that go unresolved may lead to loss of health, family dysfunction, loss of employment or loss of life. AR Psychiatric & Counseling, LLC is here to help. We are a private mental health facility located at Lowndes County on the North Oak Street, extension. We also have a office in Tift County. Our staff consists of psychiatrist, licensed clinical social workers, and licensed clinical professional counselors. Our staff will provide confidential and professional care. All clients are treated with the dignity and respect, and will receive the highest quality of care.
We recognize that psychiatric disorders are painful conditions that involve many aspects of a person’s life. Understanding these various aspects and addressing unique individual needs is very important for recovery. At ARPCC, we use a comprehensive approach for evaluation, and every patient has an individual treatment plan to addresses these various aspects of care. A very important aspect of treatment is that you fully understand the risks and benefits of your care. We like to encourage you and your family to take an active part in your treatment process.
We treat all age groups and provide psychiatric evaluation and management; individual, family and couple therapy for children, adolescents, and adults; and substance abuse /addictions assessment and treatment. In addition we are the first provider in South Georgia to offer Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation therapy for depression.
Treatment areas include but not limited to:
Depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, substance abuse disorders, behavioral and discipline problems with children and adolescents, marital/relationship issues, grief & loss, adjustment issues, personality disorders and geriatric population.