Provider type: Physicians & APNs
Serving: Adult, Child and Adolescent
â€¨Dr. Piyush C. Patel is aÂ board-certified Psychiatrist practicing inÂ the Atlanta area since 2005.Â
He received his medical degree from the Â N.H.L Municipal Medical College, Gujarat university of India, completed his Adult Psychiatry Residency from East Tennessee State University-James H. Quillen College of Medicine, and completed his Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Training from Emory University School of Medicine.
â€¨Dr. Patel uses a bio-psycho-socialÂ approach for evaluation and treatment.Â Â Dr. Patel believes in empowering patients with multiple treatment options including therapy, medications if necessary, and other complementary treatments. He focuses on therapeutic relationships that enhance patientsâ€™ awareness of their own challenges, to improve long-term outcomes.
In his spare time, he is active in volunteering for various charitable events, and health fairs in the local community, and enjoy traveling to mountains and lakes.
Dr. Patel received his Medical degree from the prestigious NHL Medical College in India. He completed his Adult Psychiatry training from, East Tennessee State University, James H. Quillen College of Medicine. He received his child and adolescent fellowship training from Emory University School of Medicine in 2005.
Dr. Patel has been active with the Georgia Psychiatric Physicians Associations- a district branch of The American Psychiatric Association, He has served as past President of the Indo-American Psychiatrist Association. He is a member of the American Association of Physicians of Indian origin.
Dr. Patel uses a bio-psycho-social approach for evaluation and treatment. He takes a detailed history about past treatment, including what treatment worked for you or did not. He spends time getting all necessary information to devise treatment plan that would work for the presenting issues. Dr. Patel provides comprehensive psychiatric evaluation and medical treatment for children and adolescents who need treatment for dealing with depression and anger, dealing with violence, behavioral problems at school, eating problems, difficulties adjusting to medical illness, family relationship problems, attention and hyperactivity troubles, development disorders.
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