Meet Our Team


Dr. Eniabitobi Kuyinu


Executive Director

Dr. Eniabitobi Kuyinu is an Integrative Healthcare Provider and Clergy.

Her training is in mental health and marriage and family therapy, specializing in Christian sex therapy; Biofeedback, and Neurofeedback.  She is currently receiving training in functional neurology and nutrition.

She is an ordained Pastor and an ardent believer in holistic care focusing on mind/body/spirit. It is her joy and privilege to be called to walk beside individuals in their journey toward health and wholeness. 

Dr. Kuyinu received her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from Mercer University Atlanta, her M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Abilene Christian University, a BA in Theology from Life Theological Seminary in Lagos, Nigeria, and a BSc in Microbiology from the University of Benin in Nigeria. She also earned her certificate in Christian Sex Therapy at Richmont Graduate University Atlanta.

Her area of interest includes marriage enrichment; sexual pain disorder in women; parenting training; premarital education; use of biofeedback in treating anxiety, PTSD, and sexual trauma from childhood sexual abuse and sex trafficking; childhood developmental disorders like ADHD; stress management; psychosomatic disorders; and the use of expressive art in therapy.

She has training in play therapy and sand tray therapy. One of her goals is to provide training, mentoring, and supervision for individuals interested in a holistic approach to health and wellness. She is also particularly interested in Missions and working with missionaries and clergies. She has taught extensively and is passionate about the indigenization of counseling cross-culturally. She is deeply involved in mission work and pioneered a mission field in Nigeria to include a Church, School, and Medical Outreach.

Ilana Katz, 


Registered & Licensed Dietician, Certified Specialized Sports Dietitian

As a registered and licensed dietitian, Ilana has provided individual and group nutrition
counseling and clinical care for the past 18 years and consulting with corporate wellness clients
and recreational athletic groups on their nutrition programs. She has owned and operated a
private practice for the length of her dietetics career, as well as gained experience with
consultancy work on a part-time basis. These include managing an outpatient clinic at Life
University, teaching as an adjunct professor in basic nutrition, nutrition, and health and
advanced clinical nutrition (also at Life University), part-time dietitian at JF&CS, and wellness
a representative for Health Fairs Direct.
She continues to provide individual nutrition consultations specializing in weight management
and body composition, cardiovascular nutrition, diabetes, disease prevention, and medical
nutrition therapy as well as presenting at group seminars. She also writes articles for various
wellness magazines and has co-authored three self-help books that included a nutrition chapter
*180 your life, Courage to Tri, and Triathlon for Every Women. She currently works part-time at
Life University as an adjunct professor.



Paulett Lawrence






Paulett completed her undergraduate with a Bachelor of Science in Human Relations from Point University, Georgia.  She completed her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Richmont Graduate University with a specialization in Trauma.

​Paulet has completed training in EMDR, is a trainer and a certified facilitator of Prepare-Enrich for couples, and is an authorized facilitator for Stewards of Children.  She educates groups, parents, students, and the general public in the prevention and awareness of child sexual abuse.  Paulette currently sees individuals who are challenged with trauma, mood disorders, low self-esteem, and other mental health-related challenges.

Paulett is also a Mentor, Prayer Minister, National, and International Conference Speaker, and Workshop/Group Facilitator.  Her workshop and groups focus on trauma, inner healing, co-dependency, anger management, the root of rejection, and other life afflictions.

​Paulett ‘s passion is seeing others living in hope and walking in purpose. She states, “Walking alongside, exhorting, and equipping others is my lifelong mission.”

Paulett may be contacted by calling 470-433-0337



Dr. Paula Rhodes






Dr. Rhodes graduated from Rutger’s, A State University with a BA in Physiology, and earned her Doctor of Chiropractic from Life University in 1991.  She managed a successful solo family practice for 10 years that emphasized proactive whole health and nutrition.  She has received hundreds of hours of Functional Medicine training, and in 1996 also received her Certification as a Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner.  In early 2010 she joined the faculty at Life Chiropractic in the student clinic, and in 2012 moved to the Functional Neurology unit at Life’s outpatient clinic (Center for Health and Optimum Performance).   In 2013 she received her Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board.   She remained in the Functional Neurology unit of Life’s outpatient clinic for 8 years until February of 2020, when she left to utilize her training in chiropractic, functional medicine, and functional neurology as an integrative healthcare practitioner in Blue Ridge, GA.  



  • Functional Medicine
  • CCEP (Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner). 1996
  • ·DACNB (Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board) 2013.




Katie McCreary-Lee


Consulting, LLC (CEO)

Pre-Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist.

Paracletos Counseling Specialist

Cultural Competence Strategist




Katie McCreary-Lee, MAMFT, completed her undergraduate degree at Point University, Atlanta, Georgia. and earned a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Richmont Graduate University in Marietta, Georgia. Katie Lee is an eligible pre-licensed professional therapist, who has been working as a therapist for several years.

Katie’s specialty is Depression and in helping clients build up their low self-esteem. She also teaches therapeutic classes on “Psycho-Social Rehabilitation” and “Stress Management” for college students.

Her most requested Therapeutic Expressive Workshop is “Depression the Silent Killer, Identified”, which includes her personal story. Over 25- years ago she had a firsthand experience of wanting to “give up” on life. She received several months of therapy and later pursued her studies in the field of Counseling.

Trained in Cultural Competency, Katie creates and facilitates interactive workshops, offering strategic skills, in developing effective communication in the workplace.

As a certified Prepare Enriched Facilitator, she works with couples who are seeking pre-marriage counseling or a boost in rekindling their marriage relationship. After several years of working as a community therapist, Katie garnered opportunities to interact extensively with diverse families, and with children from ages 3-years old and up.

Her therapeutic intention is to work with all clients with a “positive regard” for their personal view of their problems and solutions. She often challenges her clients to explore their pathology, seek to change their maladaptive thinking, and learn ways to set and develop realistic goals.


Specialty: Depression.

Population: Individuals, Teens, and Adults.

Motto: Listen, Equip, and Motivate.