Everett Allen, PA-C
I am a board-certified physician assistant (PA) with years of experience practicing psychiatry in the correctional, hospital (inpatient and consultation-liaison psychiatry), and outpatient settings. I have also conducted research in psychiatry studying the impact of perceived stress and generalized anxiety on cardiovascular health at The Emory University Predictive Health Institute in Atlanta, GA. I believe in taking an integrative approach to emotional well-being. I strongly believe that there is no health without mental health.
I take great pride in helping my patients feel better and reach their highest potential physically, mentally, and emotionally. As a part of the Progressive Psychiatry team, I use my medical training to support the practice's philosophy of safe, efficient, and empowering mental health care.
Thoughts, feelings, and actions are powerful and I am excited to work with you on your journey toward healthy changes. In my office, you will be heard, valued, and empowered after every session. I am happy to support you and your family in any way that I can.
I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematical Sciences from Clemson University, and also obtained a minor in music as a classically trained pianist. I went on to receive a Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in biostatistics from Georgia State University, School of Public Health. A few years later, I attended Duke University School of Medicine’s Physician Assistant Program where I received my Master of Health Sciences degree. Outside of the clinic, I primarily enjoy spending quality time with family and friends, personal development, playing the piano, traveling, playing tennis, and being active within my fraternity and church.
Everett B. Allen, MPH, MHS, PA-C