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  • Psychiatry and Mental Health


Michael Caputo serves as a therapist at Mercer Medicine, working with individual patients, couples, and families. His scope of practice includes depression, anxiety, grief issues, addiction coupled with mental health issues. He uses an approach called Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), which works to develop a willingness to handle difficult thoughts, feelings and beliefs then commit to choice based on what you value for a fulfilling life.

Mike earned a B.S. in Journalism/Communications from St. Thomas Aquinas College in Sparkill, New York and, after a nearly 30-year career in journalism, obtained a Master of Family Therapy Degree from Mercer University. He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Georgia and a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and the Georgia Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, where he serves on the Public Relations Committee. While interning for the Coliseum Center for Behavioral Health, Mr. Caputo began an after-care program for those with mental health issues who had completed the center’s Intensive Outpatient Program. He counseled families connected to the Honduras Outreach International school at Rancho El Paraiso as part of a Mercer on Mission event in Honduras. He last worked at River Edge Behavioral Health in Milledgeville, working primarily with lower-income clients from rural Middle Georgia. He is currently a member of the Macon-Bibb Suicide Prevention Coalition.

Michael Caputo practices marriage and family therapy at Mercer Medicine Downtown Macon.