Psychiatric care in Nashville, Tennessee
TriStar Health's network of hospitals offers Middle Tennessee and surrounding communities the most comprehensive mental health services and addiction treatment for seniors, adults and adolescents. Our highly trained psychiatrists and mental health experts are here to accommodate your individual needs. From inpatient care to outpatient services, we tailor our treatment programs for every patient.
For a free physician referral or more information, call TriStar MedLine® at (800) 242-5662.
We are dedicated to helping patients 13 years and older restore their mental health and get back to living a full, productive life. TriStar Centennial Parthenon Pavilion, Nashville's largest and most established psychiatric hospital, is located near downtown Nashville. We offer Middle Tennessee patients another location to receive compassionate care at TriStar Skyline Madison, northeast of Nashville.
Comprehensive mental health services
Features of our behavioral health offerings include:
- Fully licensed and accredited programs in these areas:
- Inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment
- Specialized alternative therapy
Mental health conditions we treat
Our goal is to create a tailored plan for each patient with treatments including individual psychotherapy, group therapy and medication management. Some of the conditions we treat include:
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Bipolar disorder
- Chemical dependence
- Emotional and mental trauma
If you need help with a mental health condition, please call our 24-Hour Help Line at (877) 342-1450.
Specialty therapies and treatments offered
We also offer many different forms of specialty and alternative therapy services, including:
- Acceptance commitment therapy
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Music therapy
- Pet therapy
- Recreation therapy
When other methods such as medication and traditional therapy have failed to treat severe mental health issues, electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) may be considered. During ECT, small electrical currents are passed through the brain using electrodes. The procedure is performed under anesthesia and typically lasts an hour.
ECT can be used to treat conditions such as:
- Bipolar disorder
- Major depressive disorder