John Leach, MD, CMO

John Leach, MD, CMO
Alleviant Health Centers 9501 Baptist Health Drive, Medical Tower 2 Suite 940 Little Rock, AR 72205

John Leach, MD, CMO

Alleviant Health Centers is a network of full-service mental health clinics helping people heal depression and chronic pain with a combination of traditional therapies and innovative, holistic modalities. Our unique therapy approach rapidly alleviates depression, relieves pain, erases suicidal thoughts, and provides an opportunity for full emotional healing. You do not have to wait any longer: our integrated model of care can help you begin healing today. Go to for more information on wellness and book an appointment today!
Primary Specialty


Gender Male
Services Comprehensive Psychotherapy -
Depending on location, our therapists offer hour-long therapy sessions for patients who wish to release depression, make changes in their behavior, heal broken relationships, and process trauma. We used research-based regimens such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and some of our therapists and counselors also offer life coaching, substance abuse and addiction recovery, marriage counseling, family therapy, and more.

Medication Management -
Medication management appointments are a chance for providers and patients to discuss medication use and efficacy so that the provider can adjust or change doses as needed and refill prescriptions. These sessions are conducted by a psychiatric nurse practitioner or a psychiatrist.

Ketamine Infusion Therapy & Nasal Ketamine -
At Alleviant Health Centers, we successfully administer ketamine in two forms: IV infusions and nasal spray. The route of administration and length and number of treatments depend on several factors, including diagnosis and the severity of the problem. Ketamine is a medication that rapidly and safely treats mood disorders and certain pain conditions. Approximately 70% of patients experience a significant reduction in symptoms – many during the first infusion.

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) -
TMS is a non-invasive procedure for treatment-resistant depression. It delivers magnetic impulses through an electromagnetic coil to the prefrontal cortex, the region of the brain associated with mood control. TMS helps nerves begin to communicate again and reinforces positive nerve pathways. Therapy takes place five days a week for four to six weeks. Each treatment lasts less than 4 minutes. TMS is FDA-approved for treatment-resistant depression. We preauthorize patients to make sure that their insurance is accepted.
Additional Services Mental health, counseling, psychiatry, ketamine, TMS, holistic, therapy
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