Mental Health & Family Practice

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Welcome to

MINDBODYSOUL Mental health and Family practice.
It's a mental health clinic in Decatur.

Our services are based on the overall needs of each of our clients. Mind Body Soul is a Mental health facility in Decatur, Ga. We understand that our clients’ home may be the most comfortable place for them. And thus, we make mental health available for them even in their own living rooms. Our services are rooted in promoting our clients’ quality of life.

Mental Health Screenings

Keep your mental health in check.

Comprehensive Psychiatric Assessments

Keep your mental health in check.


Effective mental health problem solutions

More Programs

We offer more mental health campaigns.

Our Commitment

Our Mission Statement

The mission of MINDBODYSOUL  Center is to provide exceptional quality care to every patient, their families, and the entire community. We want to eliminate the stigma associated with mental and psychiatric health. We advocate for mental, behavioral, and wellness programs for individuals and families whose circumstances entail appropriate psychiatric interventions. We do this to help them have a balanced mind and lead healthy and fulfilling lives. We overcome adversities to ensure mental health equity in our communities.


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Weight Loss


In this post, we will discuss OZEMPIC® ONLINE / IN-PERSON PRESCRIPTION FOR WEIGHT LOSS.  MindbodySoul providers prescribe a variety of GLP-1s, including semaglutide, liraglutide, and

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What is the GeneSight Test?
Mental Health

What is the GeneSight Test?

What is the GeneSight  Psychotropic test? If you want to know What is GeneSight? this is the right place. A genetic test called GeneSight Psychotropic

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Dissociative Disorders
Mental Health

What Are Dissociative Disorders?

Memory, identity, emotion, perception, conduct, and sense of self are all affected by dissociative disorders. Dissociative symptoms have the ability to disturb all aspects of

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What Are Bipolar Disorders
Mental Health

What Are Bipolar Disorders?

If you want to know what are bipolar disorders? read this blog attentively. Because it affects the brain, Bipolar Disorders can alter a person’s mood,

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What Our Clients Say



Mental illness refers to a wide range of mental health conditions or disorders that affect a person’s mood, thinking and behavior

Symptoms of mental disorders vary depending on the type and severity of the condition. Some general symptoms that may suggest a mental illness include:  

  • Problems in concentration
  • Long-lasting sadness or irritability
  • Recurrent changes in energy
  • Extremely high and low moods
  • Excessive fear, worry, or anxiety
  • Social withdrawal
  • Dramatic changes in eating or sleeping habits
  • Strong feelings of anger
  • Delusions or hallucinations (seeing or hearing things that are not really there)
  • Increasing inability to cope with daily problems and activities
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Many unexplained physical problems
  • Confused thinking

Certain triggering factors could be significant stressors precipitating a mental illness such as:
• Losses experiences (physical loss after a trauma, loss of significant others, separation, etc…
• Chronic threats
• Long-term exposure to traumatic conditions
• Harmful family dynamic
• Living in extreme deprivation and poverty
• Severe neglect
• War, natural disasters, accidents, etc…
• Chronic pain and incapacitating chronic illness
• Social discrimination for example towards minorities

A good place to start looking for information about suicide prevention is at the Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) at or by telephone at 877-438-7772. Another resource is the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at or by telephone at 800-273-8255. Also check out the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) at or by telephone at 888-333-AFSP.
There are many organizations dealing with issues surrounding suicide prevention. The above-listed organizations are a good starting point in your research on prevention. Click on the Resources link for mental health organizations and services.