Everett Allen, PA-CPhysician Assistant
Everett Allen is a doctorally trained, board-certified physician associate (PA-C) (License #11265) with years of experience practicing psychiatry in the correctional, hospital (inpatient and consultation-liaison service), and outpatient settings, working with children, adolescents, and adults. He has served as an expert panelist for several community mental health programs, and has written on the impact of perceived stress and generalized anxiety on cardiovascular health at The Emory University Predictive Health Institute in Atlanta, GA. Dr. Allen has also written clinical review articles with one titled “The Effects of Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplementation on Depression in Elderly Patients Measured by the Geriatric Depression Scale” and the other which assessed the risk of hospitalization, sequela, and death in schizophrenic individuals with COVID-19 infection. He employs an integrative approach to emotional well-being, and strongly believes there is no health without mental health.
Dr. Allen takes great pride in helping patients feel better and reach their highest potential physically, mentally, and emotionally. As a psychiatric PA, he uses his medical training to support his philosophy of safe, efficient, and empowering mental health care. Thoughts, feelings, and actions are powerful, and Dr. Allen is excited to work with individuals on their journeys toward healthy changes. Patients are heard, valued, and empowered after every visit he has with them. Dr. Allen is happy to support individuals and their families in any way that he can.