David Elkin, PhD.​  received his B.A. from Vanderbilt University, an Masters in Divinity from Reformed Theological Seminary and his PhD from the University of Memphis.  While at Memphis, he worked primarily with St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital.  He is a faculty member at UMMC and specializes in child and adolescent behavioral disorders.


Jackson Psychiatry Group is a network of comprehensive behavioral health clinics dedicated to serving the needs of individuals and families.  We offer psychiatric evaluation and treatment for children, adolescents and adults, including therapy, medication management, and TMS through our PMT Clinic, Hope Clinic, JPG of Oxford and our associated providers.  

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Danny Daniel, LPC, LMFT.

earned his M.A. from Wesley Bible Seminary, as well as a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Mississippi College.  He has over twenty years experience in treating adolescents, adults and families using individual, family and group therapy. 

Thomas Elkin, PhD. studied clinical psychology at Fuller Graduate School of Theology.  He completed residencies in Pediatrics and in Psychology with one year in a Child Psychiatry fellowship.  

1855 Lakeland Drive Suite P-121

Jackson, MS 39216

​601.366.4696

Jackson Psychiatry Group

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Doug Byrd, MD​ studied medicine at the University of Tennessee. 

He completed residencies in Pediatrics and in Psychiatry with one year in a Child Psychiatry fellowship. 

He is Board Certified in Psychiatry and treats adults, children and adolescents.


Sandra Gobbel, MEd. ​​earned a B.S. from Baylor University and a Master's in Education in Psychometry from Mississippi College. She was employed by the Mississippi State Department of Education Learning Resource center for four years. Since 1994, she has provided contractual testing services for special education and gifted programs in various districts across Mississippi. She is a member of the national Association of Psychometrists and the Mississippi Association of Psychology in the Schools.

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