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About Us

MindSet Healthcare was manifested by Omolola Otubaga, a board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner.  She received her Master's of Science in Nursing from Georgia State University and Bachelor's of Science in Nursing from Clayton State University.  Her training and experience includes treating patients with psychiatric disorders across the lifespan with practice settings from inpatient and outpatient hospitals/clinics. Omolola developed her passion for mental health during undergrad as a nursing student at Clayton State University.


As a registered nurse, she devoted her time to expanding her professional knowledge of mental health through her career experiences at several psychiatric inpatient hospitals as well as emergency rooms in Georgia.


During this season she was encouraged to develop a practice that integrates both medical and mental health services so that clients will receive the most effective therapy. 


In order to truly service the whole client, Mindset aims to provide a range of comprehensive services including wholistic care for the mind and body. Our Mindset team consist of highly experienced and trained professionals. Members of our team include board-certified medical doctors, nurse practitioners, licensed professional counselors, and phlebotomists.  Our experienced team understands the social impact of a behavioral health, emotional, or psychiatric condition, and we will give your family all the tools needed to manage your unique situation. It is our commitment to offer personalized and comprehensive care for all of our clients. 

Specializing in ADHD, Depression, Substance Abuse, Anxiety, Bipolar, and Schizophrenia

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One of the the most common mental disorders in the United States.  Anxiety can be normal in stressful situations that occur in life, which is helpful, making you ready for the situation,  but when it becomes excessive and interrupts activities of daily living, this may be an indicator of an anxiety disorder. 


Another common mental illness in the United States.  Everyone experiences moments in their lives with feelings of sadness or the 'blues."  When those feelings last past the normal couple of days, it can become a significant public-health issue.  It becomes disruptive to a person's interpersonal, social, and occupational functioning.  People are more likely to die from suicide along with the other illnesses that may arise.


ADHD stands for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.  It affects attention, self-control, and the ability to sit down.  It is usually diagnosed in childhood, but can last up in adulthood and even last a lifetime. 

Substance Abuse

Also known as drug use disorder  involves the abuse or dependence of a substance used to produce an euphoric state and usually result in addiction.  One drug that has gained a rise in use are opioids.  Opioids are a class of drugs that include the illegal drug heroin, synthetic opioids such as fentanyl, and pain relievers available legally by prescription, such as oxycodone, hydrocodone, codeine, morphine, and many others.  There is an opioid abuse epidemic in Georgia and throughout the entire country. 


Bipolar Disorder, formerly known as manic depression is a mental illness that causes shifts in your mood, energy, and activities.  There are two types of Bipolar: 1 and 2.  The main difference is the severity of the manic episodes.  Type 1 is more severe than 2 and theses are the clients that usually end up being admitted to a psychiatric hospital.  Type 2 is sometimes referred to as hypomania.  Both should be treated seriously, because type 2 usually leads to longer periods of depression. 


Schizophrenia is one of the chronic and severe mental health disorders that are characterized by thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that seem out of the norm to most.  It is usually associated with disorganized speech or behavior.  There is a lack of participation in activities of daily living.  Treatment will last throughout the life and usually involves a combination of medications, psychotherapy, and coordination of special care.  Although it is not as common as some of the other disorders, the symptoms are very disabling. 

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