John B. Lochridge, M.D.
Michael Armbruster, M.D.

3050 Atlanta Road, SE

Smyrna, GA  30080











John Lochridge is a child, adult and family psychiatrist who has been in private practice in Atlanta since 1983.  He did his undergraduate work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and attained his medical degree at the Medical College of Georgia.  He did his medical internship and psychiatric residency at the University of Colorado, where he also completed a two-year child psychiatry fellowship, serving as chief resident.

Dr. Lochridge is a popular speaker for school, church, parent and business groups and also lectures to physician groups on pharmacology and medical intervention for depression, attention deficit disorder, anxiety disorders and other psychiatric conditions.  He is often interviewed and has written numerous articles for local newspapers and magazines, has been a commentator for local radio and TV stations, and is a frequent guest and consultant on CNN, including the "Parenting Today" show.

John and his wife Millie (who is also his office manager) have three children.

Among Dr. Lochridge's areas of clinical expertise are:

Depression Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Parenting Questions
Anxiety Bipolar Disorder Family Therapy
Attention Deficit Disorder Asperger's Disorder Marriage Counseling
Quotient ADHD Testing Eating Disorders Alcohol and Drug Use in Teenagers
Panic Disorders Self-Esteem Issues Motivation and Goal Setting

Dr. Armbruster graduated from Tulane University in 2010 with bachelors degrees in both chemical engineering and cell & molecular biology, and completed medical school at the University of Florida. He completed his residency training in 2018 at Emory University, where he is currently a fellow in forensic psychiatry.

Dr. Armbruster is a board certified psychiatrist who specializes in treating older teenagers and adults with anxiety, depression, attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), panic attacks, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).


John B. Lochridge, M.D., P.C.