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2110 McFarland Blvd. E., Suite F; Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35404              205-758-7710

 

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Office Information

Here is some general information about our office, including our hours, contact information, and directions to the office.

Office Hours

The office is open from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Thursday, and 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM on Friday.

We often see clients at other hours, too, including some evenings.


Contact Information

Please call during regular business hours for appointments and cancellations. Outside of those hours, the phones are forwarded to an answering service and you can leave a message for us. If you are a client and are having an emergency, be sure to tell that to the answering service so they will try to reach us immediately. If we are with another client, there may be a delay in getting back to you. If you are in urgent need and we cannot be reached, use the Emergency Department of the hospital. We are sorry, but we cannot handle emergencies for individuals who are not already our clients.

Telephone
205-758-7710
Fax
205-758-3969
Address
2110 McFarland Blvd. E., Suite F
Tuscaloosa, AL  35404
E-mail
Jaana Niinikoski, Ph.D.: jaana@apexpsych.com
Joseph E. Maio, Ph.D.: joe@apexpsych.com
General Information: info@apexpsych.com

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Directions

Our office is located in the Landing Center on McFarland Blvd., directly behind the Olive Garden restaurant and across from Snow Hinton Park. Note that the office building looks like apartments.

If you are coming on Interstate 20/59 from the direction of Birmingham:

Take the McFarland Blvd. exit (Exit 72) and turn RIGHT at the end of the ramp. Stay on McFarland Blvd. until you see the big park on your right, and turn LEFT at the Arby's. Once you get into Arby's parking lot, pass in front of Arby's and use the access road to get to the Olive Garden. Turn LEFT at the Olive Garden and look for our office behind the restaurant.

If you are coming on Interstate 20/59 from the direction of Eutaw:

Take the McFarland Blvd. exit (Exit 72) and turn LEFT at the end of the ramp. Stay on McFarland Blvd. until you see the big park on your right, and turn LEFT at the Arby's. Once you get into Arby's parking lot, pass in front of Arby's and use the access road to get to the Olive Garden. Turn LEFT at the Olive Garden and look for our office behind the restaurant.

If you are coming from Northport, Gordo, etc.:

Take Highway 82/McFarland Blvd. past 15th Street and University Mall. Turn RIGHT at the Olive Garden, and take the access road next to the Olive Garden to our office behind the restaurant.

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Disclaimer:  You know, we see a disclaimer like this in every ad that lawyers put out, and it probably is a good idea for us to use one, too:  "No representation is made that the quality of the psychological services to be performed is greater than the quality of psychological services performed by other psychologists.  The outcome of assessments or psychotherapy, or individual client satisfaction, cannot be guaranteed and is dependent on many factors.  Material on this site regarding symptoms, disorders, and treatment is informational only.  Diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders requires the expertise of a trained professional."

The information on this site regarding psychological disorders and treatment comes from many sources that cannot be credited, simply because they have been integrated over the years into our general knowledge base. However, one important source is the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th Edition (1994) published by the American Psychiatric Association.