The Beal Wellness Provider Team Includes
Masters Level Therapists
What's The Difference?
Psychiatrists are physicians (medical doctors) who use medication to treat your symptoms. Psychologists and therapists use therapy to help you talk through your problems.
Nurse practitioners (NP) and physician assistants (PA) are trained medical professionals who work directly under the supervision of physicians. NPs and PAs are able to diagnose conditions, create treatment plans, and prescribe medications with the permission of their supervising physician.
Psychologists and psychiatrists both have doctoral degrees, usually a PhD or PsyD for psychologists and an MD or DO for psychiatrists. Our masters level therapy providers have masters degrees in counseling, social work, or family and marital counseling.
Sometimes, a combination of therapy and medication works best. In that case, patients see a psychiatrist for medication management and a therapist for talk therapy.
Eddie Beal, MD
E. Clifford Beal, MD is an Atlanta, Georgia native. Dr. Beal is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He is an Emory-trained psychiatrist who has been practicing psychiatry for more than 40 years. He maintains over 50 hours of AMA certified education each year to stay informed of advances in psychiatry.
Brennen is the Clinical Director and lead provider at Beal Wellness. A native Louisianan, he received his Bachelor degree in Human Medicine from the former Our Lady of the Lake College and his Physician Assistant degree from Mercer University. Brennen’s passion is providing compassionate care for the mental health community. He strives to create a non-judgmental environment where patients feel welcome and comfortable being themselves. His philosophy is that the provider and the patient are a team, working together to make the best-informed decisions for the patient’s overall well-being. He is an active member of the American Academy of Physician Associates (AAPA) and the Georgia Association of Physician Assistants (GAPA). He also volunteers with the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA), the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), and precepts healthcare students. In his spare time, Brennen enjoys playing golf, attending festivals & concerts, and traveling the world with his wife and dog.
Madison Mullin is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW). Madison was born and raised in Kentucky, and attended the University of Kentucky where she obtained her Bachelor’s & Master’s degrees in Social Work. Madison has been working with Beal Wellness since February, 2022, where she provides psychotherapy to clients of all ages, races, genders, and diagnoses. Madison believes the process of therapy is a collaborative journey, and is dedicated to creating a safe, comfortable and supportive therapeutic environment for all. Outside of therapy Madison enjoys traveling, exercising, watching TV (some favorites include: Survivor, The Office, Grey’s Anatomy, & Breaking Bad), & spending time with her dog, Rocky (who makes appearances during virtual sessions).
Amira is a Licensed Master Social Worker. Amira has been an Atlanta resident since 2012. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Public Policy from Georgia State University in 2015 then went on to further her studies obtaining a Master of Social Work degree from Arizona State University in 2020. Amira has always been intrigued by the human mind and overall human experience and uses a holistic approach to therapeutic treatment. Amira believes that therapy should address the individual on a mental, physical, emotional and spiritual level uncovering the many layers of self. Amira is dedicated to helping individuals remember who they truly are and co-create the realities that they wholeheartedly desire. When Amira takes off her therapist hat, she enjoys exercising, reading non-fiction books, traveling, and connecting with loved ones.