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© 2019 Shrink Savannah
 

1601 Abercorn Street

Savannah, GA 31401

912.712.2550

WELCOME

Shrink Savannah is an outpatient mental health practice, founded with the intention of bringing together the best and the brightest clinicians to elevate the standard of psychiatric care in Savannah. The treatment of patients and patient care is the utmost priority.

Our Practice Specializes in the Treatment of the Following:
  • ADHD

  • Anxiety Disorders

  • Bipolar Disorders

  • Bipolar Spectrum Mood Disorders

  • Depression

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorders

  • Post-traumatic Disorder

  • Substance Abuse Disorders

  • Schizophrenia

  • Suboxone Management

  • Treatment Resistant Depression

The following insurance plans are accepted:
 

  • The Care Network

  • Cigna

  • Coresource

  • Healthgram

  • Integra

  • Savannah Business Group

  • St. Joseph's/Candler

  • Memorial Health Partners

  • UMR

  • United Healthcare – Optum

  • United Healthcare - Student Resources (SCAD)

These plans may be accepted by certain providers. Please inquire when requesting your appointment:
 

  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield

  • The Care Network

  • Cigna

  • Coresource​

  • Healthgram

  • Integra

  • Memorial Health Partners

  • Savannah Business Group

  • St. Joseph's/Candler

  • UMR

  • United Healthcare – Optum

  • United Healthcare - Student Resources (SCAD)

LOCATION

Our office is located on the corner of 32nd and Abercorn Streets with easy access from downtown, islands, Southside, I-16 /I-95 corridors and military bases.

SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN OFFICE HOURS

Dr. Brock maintains office hours at SCAD's Bradley Hall on Fridays during the Fall/Winter/Spring terms. Additionally, Dr. Brock's PA'C's (Physician Assistants) are also available at SCAD Counseling Services. Appointments must be scheduled through our Abercorn Street office. Call 912-712-2550 or fill out an appointment request form.

EXPECTATIONS
We understand how valuable your time is and strive to ensure your experience in our office exceeds your expectations and fulfills your healthcare needs. Thank you for considering our office for your own or your loved one's care.

If several of the following are occurring, it may useful to follow up with a mental health professional:

 

Withdrawal

Recent social withdrawal and loss of interest in others
 

Drop in functioning

An unusual drop in functioning, at school, work or social activities, such as quitting sports, failing in school or difficulty performing familiar tasks
 

Problems thinking

Problems with concentration, memory or logical thought and speech that are hard to explain
 

Increased sensitivity

Heightened sensitivity to sights, sounds, smells or touch; avoidance of over-stimulating situations
 

Apathy
Loss of initiative or desire to participate in any activity
 

Feeling disconnected
A vague feeling of being disconnected from oneself or one’s surroundings; a sense of unreality
 

Illogical thinking
Unusual or exaggerated beliefs about personal powers to understand meanings or influence events; illogical or “magical” thinking typical of childhood in an adult
 

Nervousness
Fear or suspiciousness of others or a strong nervous feeling
 

Unusual behavior
Odd, uncharacteristic, peculiar behavior

Sleep or appetite changes
Dramatic sleep and appetite changes or decline in personal care

Mood changes
Rapid or dramatic shifts in feelings

One or two of these symptoms alone can’t predict a mental illness. But if a person is experiencing several at one time and the symptoms are causing serious problems in the ability to study, work or relate to others, he/she should be seen by a mental health professional. People with suicidal thoughts or intent, or thoughts of harming others, need immediate attention and are advised to call 911.