Omobolaji Oyebanjo-Popoola, MD, and the team at The Potter’s Behavioral Medicine Clinic in Decatur, Stockbridge, Villa Rica and Hiram, Georgia, understand the need for Christians to get expert advice on how to manage mental illness and addiction in relation to their faith. They offer Christian psychiatry, an approach that combines traditional psychiatric medicine with the teachings of Jesus Christ to help heal your body, spirit, and soul. To learn more about Christian psychiatry, call or book an appointment online today.
Christian psychiatry is a branch of psychiatric medicine that merges medical psychiatric care with Christian teachings to improve mental well-being for Christians. The Potter’s Behavioral Medicine Clinic is a Christian-centered clinic with expertise in mental health, learning disorders, and trauma.
The team at The Potter’s Behavioral Medicine Clinic believes that whatever affects your thinking also affects your life, your relationships, and your God-given potential. With Christian psychiatry, they use Christian concepts to improve how you think and feel, helping you find peace, love your life again, and reach your potential.
The team at The Potter’s Behavioral Medicine Clinic uses Christian psychiatry to treat many mental health conditions.
Some of the conditions they may treat with Christian psychiatry include:
They also offer Christian psychiatry for family planning and fertility issues.
The team at The Potter’s Behavioral Medicine Clinic understands the need for Christians to feel safe and comfortable when talking about mental health or addiction.
Because they understand your need for privacy, The Potter’s Behavioral Medicine Clinic offers telepsychiatry appointments so you can get the advice you need from the comfort of your home.
You can expect compassionate, focused, and individualized care from Christian psychiatry at The Potter’s Behavioral Medicine Clinic. The specifics of your treatment plan depend on your diagnosis and personal goals.
Before making any specific recommendations, the team conducts a thorough evaluation, asking detailed questions about your symptoms and concerns and medical and mental health histories. They may also have you complete a psychological test so they can better understand how you think and feel.
Based on the information they gather during your evaluation, the team creates your treatment plan, which may include Bible-based therapy and psychiatric medications.
However, the team doesn’t believe that medication is the right fix for all patients. That’s why they also offer other treatment modalities like nutritional supplements, biofeedback, and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) therapy.
To learn more about Christian psychiatry at The Potter’s Behavioral Medicine Clinic, call or book an appointment online today.