Dr. Dana Sibilsky is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and has been in practice for over 23 years. She attended the University of Michigan for her undergraduate studies going on to earn a Master's degree in microbiology from Oakland University. After attending American University Medical School, Dr. Sibilsky completed her residencies in London England and Michigan's Wayne State University where she served as Chief Resident.
Dr. Sibilsky's well rounded professional background includes serving as Medical Director of a free-standing Emergency Psychiatric Clinic, Private practice, Emergency Psychiatry and acute inpatient stabilization in the hospital setting as well as community mental health.
Dr. Sibilsky offers a safe, collaborative, non-judgmental space for her clients to begin their individual healing process. Dr. Sibilsky is passionate and driven to see her clients "get better and get living".
In recent years health care consumers have been negatively affected by skyrocketing deductibles, long wait times to be seen by a Doctor or Specialist, and an increasingly complicated process trying to navigate through the red tape, frustrations and limitations of managed care.
North Georgia Psychiatry is a practice that reunites the Physician and client in a compassionate and proactive client-driven partnership. We do not contract with outside parties that may influence the outcome of your healthcare.
As a result, we are able to provide high quality care that is more accessible, more affordable and less complicated. We are committed to putting your needs and health first and believe your treatment plan should remain between you and your Physician, not between your Physician and insurance case managers who often dictate your care. North Georgia Psychiatry is committed to safeguarding your privacy per HIPAA guidelines. Unlike most health providers who take insurance and send your personal health record to the insurance company or government backed health plan, we do not. Your private health information never leaves our office and is not stored in "the cloud" making you vulnerable to privacy breach. It is only with your express written request that your protected health information leaves our office.