Locations in Smyrna & Douglasville

We offer appointments via telemedicine and in-person!

See our Board-Certified Providers for
medication management, sleep evaluations and/or therapy appointments! 

Proudly offering Ketamine Therapy for Treatment-Resistant Depression.
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We are currently 
accepting new patients for medication management & talk therapy!

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Complete a Home Sleep Test
to diagnose Sleep Apnea from the comfort of your home.
We are able to administer Long-Term Injectable Medications 
 in the Office!

Georgia Psychiatry & Sleep offers a full range of comprehensive psychiatric and sleep medicine care for adolescents and adults. 

We believe in a complete approach to psychiatric care, which includes considering both therapy and medication, or other biological treatments, for the management of psychiatric struggles. Additionally, we strive to be a friendly and supportive office- from front desk personnel to management to the providers. We remain family-owned and committed to the families and patients we strive to help every day! 

WHAT IS A PSYCHIATRIST?

A physician who specializes in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of mental illness. A psychiatrist is a physician who has completed medical school and can prescribe medication.

WHAT IS A SLEEP SPECIALIST?

Sleep medicine focuses on sleep and sleep disorders such as sleep apnea, narcolepsy, insomnia, restless leg syndrome and other related conditions.

Frequently Asked Questions

IS THERE A CORRELATION BETWEEN THESE TWO SPECIALTIES?

There is an increased prevalence of sleep disorders in patients who are being treated for a psychiatric disorder verses the general public. Treating a sleep disorder may help alleviate symptoms of mental health problems, giving Dr. Shroff a unique advantage in treatment of patients.

WHAT IS A D.O?

DOs are physicians trained in the art of listening and communicating with their patients, giving them a deep understanding of how lifestyle and environmental factors can influence wellbeing.

 

After completing four years of osteopathic medical school, DOs complete internships, residencies and fellowships, alongside their MD colleagues, which prepare them to become licensed and board-certified.  Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) practice their distinct philosophy in all types of settings and in every medical specialty. First and foremost, they are trained to always consider the person within the patient.

WHAT CAN WE HELP WITH?