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Simpsonville (23.44 mi)
Tryon (24.89 mi)

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Find a psychiatrist in Spartanburg, SC who can help with mental health, depression, stress, anxiety, counseling, family and relationships, therapy, and more.

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  • Kenneth Wells, MD 140 Points

    Psychiatric Associates of Spartanburg
    943 North Church Street
    Spartanburg, SC 29303
  • Alvin Ratzlaff, MD 100 Points

    PO Box 2604
    Spartanburg, SC 29304
  • Eugene Smith, MD 100 Points

    Spartanburg Area Mental Health
    250 Dewey Ave
    Spartanburg, SC 29303
  • John Caston, MD 90 Points

    Upstate Psychiatric Assoc
    1690 Skylyn Dr Ste 240
    Spartanburg, SC 29307
  • Charles Brewer Jr, MD 140 Points

    Brewer Center For Psychiatry
    Distance: 16.72 mi
    7 Craftsman Ct Ste B
    Greer, SC 29650
  • Lisa Wischhusen, MD 100 Points

    Distance: 16.72 mi
    408 W Poinsett St, Piedmont Mental Hlth Ctr
    Greer, SC 29650
  • Matilda Chaille, MD 100 Points

    Distance: 23.44 mi
    20 Powderhorn Rd
    Simpsonville, SC 29681
  • Jeffrey Craddock

    Distance: 23.44 mi
    628 NE Main St Ste 2
    Simpsonville, SC 29681
  • Betsy Comstock, MD 130 Points

    Distance: 24.89 mi
    605 Wildberry Ln
    Tryon, NC 28782
  • Lisa Breitenbach, MD 100 Points

    Cleveland Center
    Distance: 32.6 mi
    222 Crawford St
    Shelby, NC 28150
  • William Van Fleet, MD 90 Points

    Shelby Associates-Psychiatry
    Distance: 32.6 mi
    416 N Lafayette St
    Shelby, NC 28150

Nearby Cities

Greer (16.73 mi)
Simpsonville (23.44 mi)
Tryon (24.89 mi)

Psychiatrist Info

Psychiatrist Summary:
Psychiatry involves the treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of mental illness. A psychiatrist diagnoses mental and emotional disorders using assessments and may order further psychiatric diagnostic laboratory tests if necessary. Mental and emotional disorders including difficulty coping, stress, trauma, mood and anxiety disorders, substance-abuse disorders, sexual issues, schizophrenia, and addictions may be helped by different forms of psychiatry.

Common Treatments: Psychiatrists commonly treat children and adults suffering from attention deficit disorder (ADD), clinical depression, eating disorders, anxiety disorders, phobias, paranoia, psychosis, OCD, and panic attacks. Additional disorders treated by psychiatrists are: mania, schizophrenia, claustrophobia, paranoia, agoraphobia, social anxiety disorder, hallucinations, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and panic disorder.

Psychiatrist FAQs:
What is a


A Psychiatrist is a licensed physician who specializes in the evaluation, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental and emotional disorders.

What is the Difference between a Psychologist and a Psychiatrist?

Psychologists are concerned with the different aspects of behavior and mental processes and cannot prescribe medications. A clinical psychologist uses psychotherapy and other counseling skills to improve emotional and mental health. A Psychiatrist is a medical doctor who performs psychotherapy but can also prescribe medicine.

Why might I see a Psychiatrist?

You could see a Psychiatrist for abuse, addictions, anxiety, coping mechanism issues, depression, an eating disorder, emotional distress, personal growth, phobias, relationship issues, sexual problems, and trauma.

What are the requirements for becoming a licensed Psychiatrist?

A Psychiatrist must have a Masters or a Doctoral Degree from an accredited school. Other requirements toward becoming a Psychiatrist include residency training and board certifications that vary from state to state.

Psychiatrist Related Terms:
anxiety, behavioral disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, suicide, relationship difficulties, chronic mental illness, parenting issues, adjustment disorders, personality disorders, lobotomy, antidepressants