Sricharan  Moturi  MD, MPH, FAPA

About Dr. Moturi

Call Us:  615.678.7839

Diagnostics and treatments available for:


1. Attention-deficit disorders (ADD/ ADHD)

2. Mood disorders (Depression/ Bipolar)

3. Psychosis (Schizophrenia)

4. Anxiety disorders (Panic/ Generalized)

5. Sleep disorders (Sleep apnea/ Insomnia/ Restless legs/ Shift work/ Narcolepsy)

6. Personality disorders

7. Traumatic brain injury

8. Childhood disorders (night terrors/ nightmares/ bedwetting/ disruptive behaviors)

9. Adolescent disorders (circadian sleep disorders/ disruptive disorders/ illicit drug use/ Mood disorders/ Early psychosis)

10. Early cognitive decline (early dementia)

11. Addiction care (Opiates) - Suboxone/ Subutex/ Bunavail

12. Post-partum mood disorders in women

              My predominant clinical focuses include comprehensive mental health evaluation and treatment of adults, children and adolescents that struggle with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD/ADD); Mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder; Anxiety disorders such as panic, social anxiety and generalized worries; Sleep disorders such as narcolepsy, sleep apnea, restless legs, nightmares/ terrors/ bedwetting; Psychotic disorders like schizophrenia; dysfunctional personality traits/ disorders; and Age specific issues in older children and teens like self harm behaviors, gender and sexual identity crises. I also provide addiction care services such as utilizing Buprenoprhine (Suboxone) care for opiate addiction at great affordability for clients and AM ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS NOW. I DO NOT provide geriatric psychiatric services (Age 65 and above). Due to changing healthcare landscape and the difficulties within insurance markets, I have unfortunately decided not to accept healthcare insurance.


               I strongly believe in conservative medication management of psychiatric disorders with help from complementary and alternative medicine. I take a very holistic, client-centered approach to psychiatric care. I help children and teens with rational thinking, positive life skills and confidence building exercises. My parent training and family sessions are to-the-point and steeped in reality, spirituality and practicality. I will work with you diligently and patiently to provide fresher perspective on productive living through sleep-wake training and healthy decision making.


              I served as a chief resident in all training programs I completed, which is very humbling. I had previously served as the Director of Adolescent Psychiatric Services at Rolling Hills Hospital from 2011-2014, the only free standing psychiatric hospital in Franklin, Williamson County. I also served previously as the Medical Director of Amazing Sleep LLC, an AASM accredited sleep laboratory in Bedford County; Director of Intensive outpatient psychiatric services at Foundations Recovery Network, Nashville, TN; and as a Medical Director of A.M.C. of Nashville (An addiction care clinic). I am board- certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) in Adult Psychiatry and Child& Adolescent Psychiatry [Double-Boarded]. Additionally, I am board-eligible in Sleep Medicine (Adult and Pediatric). I currently hold privileges for adult and pediatric sleep study referral through Center for Sleep- Baptist Health System in Nashville, TN. I previously provided inpatient psychiatric services at Parthenon Pavilion, the psychiatric wing of Centennial medical center, Nashville, TN, and Tele-Medicine consultation services to Centennial Children's Hospital. I also served as the Director of Adult Inpatient psychiatric services, as well as Intensive outpatient/ partial hospitalization program (IOP/PHP) at Rolling Hills Hospital, Franklin, TN. 


             I have been in private practice in Middle Tennessee since 2010 and proudly call Franklin my home. I am a member of American Psychiatric Association (APA), American Academy of Child& Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP), American Medical Association (AMA) and American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). I am currently a Fellow of American Psychiatric Association (FAPA) for which I am honored and humbled. I also served a two-year term as the President of Indo-American Psychiatric Association's Tennessee chapter, and were recently recognized as the best state chapter in the country.