Trinity Behavioral Medicine, PLLC is the psychiatry practice of Richard K. Fisher, D.O. The treatments employed include psychotherapy (talking therapy) and pharmacotherapy (medications) as well as instructions in lifestyle changes, diet, exercise, stress reduction, etc. to speed healing. Dr. Fisher’s approach is to see the person as body, mind, and spirit and to address each of these spheres in turn.


Dr. Richard K. Fisher, D.O.

Richard K. Fisher has a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (now part of A. T. Still University in Kirksville, MO) where he graduated first in his class. Dr. Fisher’s undergraduate training led to degrees from both Samford University (Birmingham, AL) and the Medical College of Georgia (Augusta, GA).

After medical school, he served an Internal Medicine internship in the US Army. Following 4 years of active duty as a medical officer, Dr. Fisher entered psychiatry residency at the Mayo Clinic. He did a fellowship at the Medical University of South Carolina where he was involved in research and patient care.

Dr. Fisher is a Diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, with board certification in Adult Psychiatry. For his extensive continuing medical education studies he has received the American Osteopathic Association’s “Certificate of Excellence” as well as the American Medical Association’s “Physician Recognition Award with Commendation.” In addition to his practice in psychiatry, he has been active in the training and mentoring of medical students and nurse practitioner students.


It is usually easiest if your doctor or therapist makes the appointment for you. If you are “self-referred” then you may call the office directly and discuss the process with our Practice Manager, Diane.

We ask that you call as soon as you know that you will not be able to keep the appointment, preferably at least 72 hours before the time of the appointment. For those who are a “no-show, no-call” there may be a charge.