Community Partners

Please see below for other therapists our practice recommends in the community:

Johns Creek and Alpharetta Counseling is a warm and family orientated counseling center that offers counseling services throughout the life span. We specialize in:

  • Play therapy for children & behavioral therapy for children with autism or a developmental disability.
  • Counseling Adolescents including depression, anxiety, perfectionism, self harm, healthy relationships, & LGBTQ+
  • Counseling for Adults ranging from life transitions, grief, depression, anxiety, mens issues, professionals, and identity & sexuality.
  • Couples Therapy for dating, premarital, and married couples. Couple's therapy services range from re-establishing trust, connection, and communication, as well as affair recovery and sex therapy.
  • Counseling for Seniors - finding purpose and meaning, grieving loss, retaining memory.

To learn more visit www. AlpharettaJohnsCreekCounseling .com

To schedule an appointment call 404-834-2363, answered by a counselor mon-fri 9am-6pm.

Amber Black is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the State of Georgia. She earned her Master’s in Professional Counseling at Georgia State University in 2009 and completed her internship counseling at-risk female youth, many who had been exposed to trauma and abuse. She continued her career in the community counseling setting providing therapy to youth, families, and adults. She has extensive experience working with a variety of issues ranging from mild adjustment difficulties, depression, anxiety, behavioral issues, grief, family and relational problems, multicultural issues, severe trauma, and personality disorders. She facilitated group therapy with teens involved with the Juvenile Justice system in order to develop healthy living skills and coping strategies. In 2012, Amber began her work as the Executive Director of a local non-profit. She gained valuable experience leading a team of employees and providers to serve teenage girls in the healing process from past emotional wounds and traumas as well as developing skills to achieve future goals. After 5 years, Amber followed her passion to help others work through life’s obstacles by starting a private practice providing counseling and coaching to teens and adults. Amber has excellent rapport building skills and is able to quickly help clients feel comfortable and at ease. Her theoretical orientation is Choice Theory and she tailors her use of interventions, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, based upon the unique needs of the client. Amber is conveniently located in Alpharetta at the same office suite as Dr. Katrina Lokken. She can be reached at [email protected] or (678) 807-9508 . You can learn more about Amber at

Marietta Roswell Counseling is a Mental Health and Wellness practice offering mental health counseling for children, teens, individuals, couples, and families and coaching for teenagers and adults. We are located between Marietta and Roswell in East Cobb, GA. Our experts are dedicated to helping people affected directly or indirectly by mental illness and any life transition or challenge. MRC offers a safe, optimistic, and non-judgmental environment where each individual, couple or family is carefully heard and respected.

Because we believe in the possibility for each of us to live a healthy and fulfilling life through the mind and body connection, we have partnered with Laureavida Wellness to add life and health coaching to our practice. While our therapists concentrate on helping you heal from past events or teaching you the coping skills to manage mental illnesses, coaches help you reach a healthier lifestyle. They guide you to better nutrition, healthier habits, better work-life balance, and help you define future goals, motivating you to achieve them and becoming the best version of yourself, one small step at a time.

Our Mental Health therapists offer sessions at our East Cobb location or online to all of GA, FL, NC, SC, and KY. Our Life and Health Coaches are mostly digital and cover the 50 states. We also offer group sessions and support groups on mental health and wellness topics. To learn more about our services, our team, and groups, or read our blog posts, visit . You can also call us at 678-691-8130 or email us at [email protected].