Shaw Wendi Fortuchang, MD, FAPA

Psychiatrist

Medical Director, Co-Owner, Co-Founder, The Fort Christian Psychiatric Center

The Fort Christian Psychiatric Center
110 North Park Drive
Fayetteville, Georgia 30214

Narrative of Services:

The Fort Christian Psychiatric Center is an overtly Christian-centered practice, integrating Biblical principles and traditional psychiatric treatment. We believe in treating the whole person– mind, body and spirit. Evidence-based, scientifically proven therapy techniques are used, enhanced with a Scriptural foundation. Because of this unique treatment approach, we are highly sought after by people all over Georgia who are struggling with various psychiatric disorders. Nearly 90% of our patients are diagnosed with an Anxiety Disorder and/or OCD/OCD Spectrum Disorder. We are extremely passionate about helping people gain freedom from fear-based disorders and begin enjoying the life they were meant to live!

Facilities accessible by clients of all mobility levels: Yes

Training Description:

Shaw Wendi Fortuchang, MD, FAPA has been treating pediatric and adult patients with OCD and related disorders since starting General Psychiatry residency training in 2006 at The University of South Carolina. After graduating in 2009, she began a 2-year fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at The University of Illinois at Chicago, where she was chief fellow before graduating in 2011. Since graduating from Emory University’s Forensic Psychiatry fellowship program in 2012, Dr. Fortuchang has worked in various settings and is currently in private practice. She has expertise in treating patients with various Anxiety Disorders, including OCD and Related Disorders.

Diversity Statement:

Having trained in rural Columbia, SC, and also the urban cities of Chicago and Atlanta, I’ve had the pleasure of working with patients of all ages, races, religious, socioeconomic, and educational backgrounds. My general psychiatry training was heavily focused on cultural competency and being educated about different cultural aspects in treatment, and I was a PGY-2 course on multicultural issues affecting African-American patients. Now, in private practice as a Christian psychiatrist who incorporates Biblical principles in to the treatment process, I have the privilege of working with Christians of all ages and backgrounds who are struggling with various psychiatric disorders.