If you are looking for an expert psychiatrist who also provides family therapy, you should visit our psychiatrist at Bene Mental Wellness P.C. Our highly regarded psychiatrist in Atlanta Georgia, Dr. Candace B. Adair, is board-certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and neurology in many clinical specialties including Adult Psychiatry and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry.
Whether you are seeking psychiatric help for yourself, or your child or adolescent, our psychiatrist in Atlanta Georgia can provide you with the psychiatric care and counseling that you need. Whether you need to have medications prescribed, medications monitored, or need some psychiatry services or some combination of psychiatric and management of medications being prescribed either by our psychiatrist or by a different doctor, you will be able to receive the care that you need at our psychiatric practice. Our psychiatrist is also able to provide effective family therapy to help solve conflicts between family members, and to make sure that the family unit is supportive and healthy. If there are parent-child conflicts, or a parent needs guidance in working with or helping their child, our psychiatrist can help with this as well. Our psychiatrist also helps patients of all ages deal with anxiety, anger management, bipolar disorder, depression, eating disorders, grief and loss, substance abuse, substance dependence and other important issues. When you bring your child in to see our psychiatrist, a thorough evaluation will first be conducted. Our psychiatrist will be able to help answer questions for parents about what their child is experiencing, what is causing their child’s symptoms, and whether or not any medication is recommended. She will also address the issue of how long the medications will need to be taken for. Our psychiatrist will try to answer everyone’s questions and come up with treatment options which will work best for you, your child, and your family.
Our psychiatrist in Atlanta Georgia can help your family in many ways, by providing individual therapy, individual medication counseling, or family therapy in association with other psychiatric services.