Psychiatric Medication Management

Medication Management

At APC, our expertise is to provide each client with the most comprehensive treatment strategy. Medications focus on the biological nature of mental illness and the premise the brain has lost its chemical balance. We utilized treatment guidelines from the American Psychiatric Association (APA), American Academy of Child & Adolescents Psychiatry (ACAP) as well as other evidence-based strategies to achieve mental health and stability. I many instances, we may draw upon blood work as well as genetic testing to map out progress as well as identify next step options.

As is with most mental health disorders, the combination of medications and therapy will provide the fastest and longest lasting benefit. We also offer other non-medication treatments alternatives. Please contact out providers to inquire about options.


Monday – Friday 8:00 – 5:00
Saturday – Sunday Closed

 1 (501) 448-0060

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Our providers represent a diverse group of specialists that are committed to putting the patient’s best interest first by using methods backed by a solid educational foundation while maintaining honesty, integrity, compassion and empathy.

Ivanjo Aldea, M.D.
Ivanjo Aldea, M.D.Psychiatrist
Leigh Anne Bennett, M.D.
Leigh Anne Bennett, M.D.Psychiatrist
James O. Davis IV, M.D.
James O. Davis IV, M.D.Psychiatrist
Bradley Diner, M.D.
Bradley Diner, M.D.Medical Director
Mellany Flynn, Psy. D.
Mellany Flynn, Psy. D.Psychiatrist
Christy Hillburn, LCSW
Christy Hillburn, LCSWPsychiatrist
Robert M. Jarvis, M.D.
Robert M. Jarvis, M.D.Psychiatrist
Jason Kuns, LCSW
Jason Kuns, LCSWPsychiatrist
William J. Palmer, M.D.
William J. Palmer, M.D.Psychiatrist
Kimberly Sherrill, M.D.
Kimberly Sherrill, M.D.Psychiatrist
Sheila Strong, LCSW
Sheila Strong, LCSWPsychiatrist


NeuroStar uses transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to target key areas of the brain that are underactive in people with depression. It is not ECT (electroconvulsive therapy).

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