Psychiatry Conditions

Psychiatric diseases and disorders of the mind affect not only one's health and sense of wellbeing, but also the lives of family and friends. Today, over 55 million people suffer from mental illnesses. The Emory Psychiatry Program is helping to minimize those numbers with patient-centered psychiatric treatment, continuous research in the field of psychiatry, and a focus on patient-centered care.

Consistently ranked by U.S. News and World Report's List of America's Best Hospitals, the Emory Psychiatry Program specializes in patient-centered psychiatric treatments and research. Emory's psychiatric specialists treat conditions such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, Schizophrenia, and other mental health and mood disorders. Emory's adult inpatient psychiatry program has expertise in treating difficult to manage mental illnesses, such as psychotic disorders, and is recognized as one of the best psychiatric facilities in the Southeast and United States. The Emory Psychiatry program also offers a variety of outpatient psychiatric services.