LifeStance Health

Formerly LifeStance Health of Johns Creek

Office address

10090 Medlock Bridge Rd
Johns Creek, GA 30097

Hours of operation

  • Monday8:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Tuesday8:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Wednesday8:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Thursday8:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Friday8:00AM - 2:00PM
  • SaturdayClosed
  • SundayClosed
  • Visit our Johns Creek Therapy Office

    Visit one of our seven highly rated psychiatrists and therapists in Johns Creek, Georgia. Our team works to provide mental health treatments to those suffering from a variety of mental health disorders. Call us today to find out more about our mental health treatment options.

    Directions to Office

    Our John’s Creek location is located near Medlock Bridge Rd and has handicap access. Once you enter our Therapy providers are upstairs to the left and our Psychiatrist are downstairs in Suite 110.

    To find our office coming from 285 E :

    Take exit 31B for Ga-141 N/Peachtree Ind Blvd
    Then take exit toward Cumming/Dahlonega for 6.6 miles
    Then make a U turn at Medlock Bridge Pkwy
    Turn right into the Patio Plaza.

    Nearby Business:

    If you’re having trouble finding our building, we are located near Crunch fitness, St. Ives Country Club, Palm Patio, And Georgia Eye Partners.

    Meet Our Providers

    We understand that finding the right provider for your specific needs is important. We have over 130 highly trained and specialized behavioral health professionals who provide premier care for all ages.

    David Klein, MD

    Depression, OCD, ADD & ADHD, and 7 more.

    Piyush Patel, MD

    Stress, ADD & ADHD, Bipolar Disorders, and 8 more.

    Janet Adams, LCSW

    Depression, Stress, Mood Disorders, and 6 more.

    Cocise Grace, LPC

    Self Esteem, Life Transitions, Panic Disorders, and 4 more.

    Shakaola Pinero, NP

    Bipolar Disorders, Dissociative Disorders, Schizophrenia, and 12 more.

    August Jones, LCSW

    ADD & ADHD, Seasonal Anxiety Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, and 13 more.

    Terri Barton, LCSW

    Conduct Disorders, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Substance Abuse, and 28 more.

    Jean Cadet, PMHNP

    Schizophrenia, OCD, ADD & ADHD, and 15 more.

    Akeela Dossa, PMHNP-BC

    PTSD, Schizophrenia, Life Transitions, and 13 more.

    Syed Imam, MD

    Schizophrenia, LGBTQ, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and 22 more.

    Samantha Day, MSN, PMHNP-BC

    Eating Disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Trauma, and 13 more.

    Valentina Asamaigor, PMHNP

    Schizophrenia, PTSD, Postpartum Counseling, and 10 more.

    Sarah Batzel, LPC

    Men's Issues, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Women's Issues, and 5 more.

    Dr. Jeffrey Rausch, MD

    Autism Spectrum Disorders, Women's Issues, Men's Issues, and 20 more.
    Not sure which of our providers is the best for you? Give us a call.

    Conditions We Treat


    ADD disorders cause several problems with concentration, memory, and other cognitive functions.


    Agoraphobia is a fear of being in situations in which someone may feel cornered or powerless.


    Anger Management is training for temper control and is the skill of remaining calm and composed.

    Anxiety Disorders

    The Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) reports that about 18.1 percent of American adults have some type of anxiety during any given year.

    Bipolar Disorder

    This term comes from the fact that patients have large swings in their moods, energy, and ability to complete daily tasks.


    Depression, which is also known as major depressive disorder, is one of the most common mental illnesses in the United States

    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

    OCD is a type of anxiety disorder which causes people to obsess over what others would hardly give second thoughts.

    Panic Attacks

    A panic attack is an acute event in which a person feels an intense feeling of dread and an array of physical symptoms like sweating, high pulse, and trouble breathing.

    Personality Disorders

    Personality refers to a distinctive set of traits, behavior styles, and patterns that make up our character or individuality.


    Although people can develop it at any time, patients typically start showing signs of schizophrenia in early adulthood.


    Self-esteem is the term used to describe how good someone feels about who they are.


    Unmanaged stress that is not managed with healthy coping skills can lead to an unhealthy mental state.