Atlanta Center for Mental Health

Discover our state-of-the-art treatment center in Brookhaven, Georgia, situated just minutes away from the heart of metropolitan Atlanta.

group therapy at our Atlanta center for mental health
Time Wellness Georgia

Explore Our Atlanta Facilities

Time Wellness is an Atlanta center for mental health treatment programs that offer evidence-based care and holistic therapies.

Our mental health clinic in Atlanta offers a modern space where our clients can expect a safe & comfortable mental health treatment experience.

  • Spacious group rooms
  • Open-concept lounge area
  • Intimate therapist offices
  • Sensory room
  • Red light therapy office
  • Outdoor lounge & activities
  • Biosound feedback
depressed woman shows signs of a mental health disorder

Client-Centered Mental Health Treatment in Atlanta

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), over 1,405,000 people in Georgia are actively struggling with mental health problems, with 336,00 people being severely impacted by their mental health symptoms. Of those nearly 1.5 million people, over 391,000 are currently without care or treatment. 

It might be time to seek out professional mental health facilities in Georgia if you recognize the following signs in your behavior:

  • Avoidance of daily obligations
  • Inability to fulfill obligations at work, home, or school
  • Feelings of hopelessness
  • Extreme mood swings
  • Significant changes in eating habits or weight
  • Changes in sleeping habits or patterns
  • Self-isolation, or a loss of interest in activities you used to enjoy
  • You are taking prescription medication for a diagnosed mental health disorder with no additional therapy or treatment
  • You are in therapy but feel you need additional support
How Treatment Can Help

Benefits of Our Atlanta Mental Health Center

Seeking out mental health programs in Atlanta can be incredibly beneficial.

By learning how to manage your mental health symptoms, you can create the foundation for long-last mental wellness. At Time Wellness Georgia, the following are benefits of our mental health program in Atlanta.

Learn How to Communicate

The ability to openly communicate your emotions is perhaps the most essential aspect of learning to manage your mental health properly. In treatment, this can include both communicating with your therapist as well as discussing your feelings in a peer support or group therapy model.

These skills will allow you to be better able to communicate openly with family and loved ones in the future.

Build Your Self-Esteem

Adverse mental health can often take a severe toll on our self-esteem and self-worth. Anxiety and depression can cause feelings of shame, guilt, and worthlessness. Learning that mental health is nothing to be ashamed of and learning to love yourself can significantly improve overall mental well-being.

Community Support

Group therapy can give you a network of supportive peers who understand exactly how you feel and where you are coming from. Socialization and peer support not only can help build a support network but helps to reduce the societal stigmas around mental health as well.

Learn New Coping Skills

Therapy models, such as cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavior therapy, are founded on teaching and building upon coping strategies and skills that can help in the future. For example, CBT focuses on engaging clients to recognize the basis and causes of their negative feelings and enforces how to change those into positive ones.

Emotional Regulation

Tangentially, the coping mechanisms, life skills, and self-awareness cultivated through things like yoga, cognitive behavioral therapy, and outdoor therapy work together to help you better regulate your emotions. Dialectical behavioral therapy, in particular, can be used for emotional regulation and conflict resolution in your daily life and personal relationships.

Brookhaven, Georgia

Outpatient Facility

What to Expect When Entering Treatment

Treatment at Our Mental Health Treatment Atlanta Center

Our comprehensive mental health treatment includes several approaches to succeed and find success.

At our mental health facilities in Atlanta, we offer a spectrum of mental health treatments designed to provide stability, healing, and lasting recovery, including:

Partial Hospitalization & Stabalization

Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) are a form of outpatient therapy that usually occurs at an outpatient mental health facility. It involves spending up to five days per week at the facility and typically provides the same clinical hours as a residential program without living at the center.

Partial hospitalization can be helpful for people with severe mental health disorders who need more support than traditional outpatient therapy provides–but may not require 24/7 care or inpatient hospitalization.

Intensive Outpatient Program

You will attend therapy sessions at a professional facility during intensive outpatient programs (IOP). These sessions are typically held three to five times weekly for three hours each time. Your treatment plan may also include participating in additional activities like group therapy or classes related to your treatment goals. You’ll likely leave with homework assignments or other tasks that can keep you on track while away from the office.

Compared with partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient programs tend to be less intense but offer more flexibility: they don’t require patients to stay as long at a facility and often allow them to continue working throughout their treatment period. Because intensive outpatient programs aren’t residential facilities, they’re also generally cheaper than partial hospitalization programs–though there may still be fees associated with attending sessions and transportation costs if needed.

Outpatient & Extended Aftercare

Traditional outpatient therapy is a type of mental health treatment that is done in a person’s home or at a therapist’s office. Therapy sessions are usually once a week but can be more frequent. Sessions are usually one hour long.

Time Wellness Georgia offers a variety of outpatient mental health treatment programs in Atlanta, so clients can find the best program to fit their needs. Contact us today to learn more about how our Atlanta mental health treatment can help you.

Adolescent Evening IOP

Some symptoms of mental health disorders begin to appear during adolescence. For teens who need help, our adolescent evening IOP program in Atlanta is here. Teens can learn how to manage their mental health symptoms during the outpatient level of care. That way, they won’t disrupt their school schedules while attending our treatment program.

High-Quality, Top-rated

Mental Health Treatment in Atlanta

Choose Your Path

What to Expect at Our Mental Health Center in Atlanta

Different types of mental health care can help you with your specific needs. For example, traditional outpatient therapy is often used as a first step in treatment and may be recommended if you have mild to moderate symptoms that don’t require intensive supervision. Partial hospitalization is another option that provides more intensive supervision than traditional outpatient therapy while still allowing patients to live at home during their recovery period.

During any outpatient treatment program, you may also participate in therapy programs such as:

  • Individual cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Individual dialectical behavioral therapy
  • Yoga
  • Music therapy
  • Outdoor recreation
  • Community support groups
  • Group therapy sessions
  • Art Therapy
  • Alternative Therapy
Client talking to specialist during her mental health PHP in Fayetteville, AR.
Addressing Causes, Crafting Solutions

What We Treat


Alleviate the burden of depression and Receive personalized support at our specialized treatment center in Atlanta

Anxiety Disorders 

Discover tranquility and acquire strategies to navigate anxiety at Time Wellness Atlanta, a premier provider of behavioral health in Georgia.

Bipolar Disorder

Restore equilibrium with our dedicated bipolar disorder treatments, available at one of Georgia’s esteemed mental health facilities.


Regain your identity and embrace cutting-edge care with our advanced therapeutic approaches in schizophrenia treatment.

Trauma and PTSD 

Renew your sense of security and confidence through personalized care for trauma and PTSD at Time Wellness Atlanta.

Personality Disorder

Develop a resilient, more adaptive self with our custom personality disorder treatments at our mental health clinic in Georgia.

Get Help For Mental Health Today

Let Us Help You Find Healing

Our Atlanta center for mental health is designed for your individual needs.

Time Wellness Georgia knows that many people in the state of Georgia do not get the mental health treatment that they need. We hope to change that by offering individualized and comprehensive programs to suit anyone’s needs for mental health services. Our mental health facility in Atlanta, Georgia, is here for you or your loved one.

You don’t need to continue the struggle alone. Contact us today.

Begin Your Treatment Today

Give Us A Call.
We’re here To Help.


Confidential. Convenient. Secure.

Request a call

    By clicking SUBMIT you consent to receiving SMS messages.

    This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

    What our clients say…

    Find out why we have a 4.7 rating on Google with a few words from our clients and their loved ones.

    • Graham Knaub

      As a professional in the mental health field, I can confidently attest to the high standard of care and dedication exhibited by the staff at Time Wellness ATL. Their compassionate approach creates a supportive environment for clients on their journey to wellness. I highly recommend them to anyone seeking exceptional mental health support!

    • Jamie Richey

      “Time Wellness Atlanta is doing something truly amazing. The staff is some of the best in the country, the facilities are outstanding, and they live up to their name by dedicating as much “Time” as needed to help their clients regain their well being!”

    • Ursula White

      “Time Wellness is an excellent facility to get control of your life back. The staff is excellent, the facility is great, they offer several additional options for therapy along with group therapy. I would highly recommend the facility if your mental health is not where it should be.”

    • Shawna and Jamie Lei Richey

      “Time Wellness Atlanta is one of the best addiction treatment facilities in the south! Professional, but human. Some of the best therapist and supporting staff work here and they truly care about their patients!”

    • Krystal Ingram

      “Time Wellness is a phenomenal program with exceptional staff and an amazing facility. They are knowledgeable, caring and made me feel right at home. Thank you so much for all you have done for me.”

    Collaborating for Your Care

    Accepting a Wide Range of
    Insurance Plans

    Insights & Inspiration

    Latest News & Articles in Mental Health

    What Is the Difference Between Mania and Hypomania?

    May 15, 2024
    Mania and hypomania are both mood states present in people with bipolar disorder. What is the difference between mania and hypomania, though? Mania is present in individuals with Bipolar I. Hypomania is a less severe form of mania. It’s present in individuals with Bipolar II. Hypomania is also shorter in duration. Mania requires hospitalization. On […]

    Eating Disorders Spike Among Children and Teens: What Parents Should Know

    May 9, 2024
    The recent rise in eating disorders in children and teens is a critical issue that demands our attention as a society. Reports show a significant increase in cases, particularly during and after the recent global health challenges. This surge isn’t just a health crisis—it’s a call to action for parents to increase their awareness and […]

    The Significance of Mental Health Month: Why Awareness Matters

    May 4, 2024
    May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a dedicated time for advocacy and public awareness surrounding mental health issues. With origins in 1949 by the Mental Health America organization, this observance has largely contributed to destigmatizing mental illness. Each May, communities across the US engage in activities to promote psychological well-being and support those who struggle […]