Phone 678-205-4322

Fax 678-205-5131

Atlanta Behavioral Medicine Inc.

1902 Macy Drive

 Roswell, GA 30076 

2150 Peachford Rd. Ste G

 Dunwoody, GA. 30338

                                                                                        info@atlantabehavioral.com

M. Ahmad M.D.

Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology 


Dr. M. Ahmad is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology.  He is a child psychiatrist working at Peachford Behavioral Hospital, as well as in private practice in the Roswell/Alpharetta/Dunwoody  area.


Dr. M. Ahmad completed General Psychiatry training from University of Missouri, Kansas City and his Fellowship from Emory University School of Medicine.


He has extensive experience in the different aspects of psychiatry, including academic psychiatry, and was an associate professor at Marshall University until 1997 when he moved to Atlanta.


Dr. M. Ahmad’s academic works include the following: a review of Seratonin Syndrome; a case report about temporal lobe surgery and associated delusions of sexual abuse;  a literature review on right hemisphere syndrome.  He is frequently invited as a guest speaker by different organizations to speak about various aspects of psychiatry.


Dr. M. Ahmad’s treatment approach is very conservative while trying to get the best results with minimum doses of psychotropics.  Dr. M.  Ahmad also likes to keep up with latest research in psychiatry. He is among the few Psychiatrists in Atlanta who has expertise in treatment of childhood Bipolar Disorder.

Rukhsana . R. Ahmad M.D.

Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology


Dr. R. Ahmad is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology. She completed her General Psychiatry training at Temple University  School of Medicine. She is a board certified  psychiatrist working at her private practice in the Roswell/Alpharetta Area. She treats adolescents, adults and geriatric patients.


She has extensive experience in the many different aspects of psychiatry including academic psychiatry. She worked as the Chief Resident in the department of psychiatry during her training at Temple University School of Medicine.


Dr. R. Ahmad’s academic interests  include cultural differences and gender issues in psychotherapy. She is frequently invited as a guest speaker from different organizations to speak about various aspects of psychiatry.


Dr. R. Ahmad’s treatment approach includes combining psychotherapy with minimum doses of psychotropic medications to obtain  the best results. She  likes to keep up with latest research  in psychiatry. She has been using  the most current research to treat adult ADHD as well as  Bipolar Disorder.