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Therapists in Garland County

Rochelle C Moss, Counselor  in Hot Springs
“I have lots of experience working with a variety of issues, including depression, anxiety, weight issues, anger management, relationships, and life changes. Most people go through some difficult periods, and it has been my experience that individuals can benefit greatly from outside help as they work through life's challenges. Counseling offers people the opportunity to explore their issues, better understand the nature of their problem, and move toward positive change.
(501) 476-7022
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71901
Janet Holt, Counselor  in Hot Springs
“A friend who is a member of the clergy refers to counseling as "the laying on of ears" and I think it is an apt description. All of us have times when we are sorting out emotions or dealing with a life situation that has us stymied. Confidential guidance from an objective and non-judgmental professional can help. Perhaps you're feeling depressed, anxious or overwhelmed. Or maybe you are experiencing difficulties with a relationship or wrestling with a decision. I can help you find solutions to challenges like these. I offer counseling to adults individually or in groups.
(501) 492-6087
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71901
Katie Knoll, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Hot Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LAMFT
“I know how important family, children, spouses and partners are to your overall well being. When those relationships aren't flowing or working well, it seems to place a dark cloud over everything. Long term relationships, whether with a spouse, child or longterm partner, are very rewarding but at times can face challenges. Even the most solid and secure relationships can have problems at some point. When your relationship is struggling, it hurts to be out of sync and disconnected with those that are the most important to you.
(501) 229-8754
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71901
Nan Horn, Counselor  in Hot Springs
“Evening and Weekend appts. available. Depression and Anxiety can paralyze anyone. Are you: having difficulty tending to daily responsibilities? feeling restless, irritable and discontent? experiencing anxiety/fear that seems to have no specific source? constantly having an internal battle with yourself? You are NOT alone! Let me help with simple, basic and proven techniques. Willingness and daily application of such skills can turn todays 'mountain' into tomorrows 'mole hill'.
(501) 251-1854
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71913
Donita Easley, Counselor  in Hot Springs
“I see myself as an emotional fitness trainer. I can help you fine tune your communications skills, work on assertiveness, and improve self-esteem. I enjoy couple's work--helping each learn to understand and meet the other's needs, therefore enhancing the satisfaction of both. I can help stressed and depressed individuals learn ways to take better care of themselves as they begin to listen to their bodies. I have over 20 years experience as an Employee Assistance Professional, specializing in solution-focused therapy.
(501) 825-0960
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71901
Paul Graves, Counselor  in Hot Springs
“My goal as a Reality Therapist is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life.
(501) 622-8206
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71913
Sandra K Rowe, Counselor  in Hot Springs
“I provide compassionate and professional therapy for individuals 14 years old and above, as well as with couples, families, and groups. While working with a variety of diagnoses and treatment modalities, I focus on codependence, healthy talking/listening boundaries, and relationship issues. I believe many challenges arise from trauma (anything less than nurturing) and resulting adaptive behaviors from birth-17 in the family-of-origin that keep one "stuck" and prevent him/her from being truly relational with others--whether it be with partners, children, parents, co-workers, employers, or friends--and from living a satisfying life.
(501) 622-0838
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71901
Catherine L Coon, Psychologist  in Hot Springs
“The children I see often suffer without the ability to share their pain in words. I help them using Play Therapy because it encourages each child to share their world in the language of play, using toys like words (Landreth, 2002). Play Therapy helps children *learn to experience and express emotion, *cultivate empathy, *become responsible for their behaviors, *develop creative solutions, respect for others, and self acceptance, and *learn new social skills and relational skills with family.
(870) 518-9992
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71913
Suanna Wingfield, Counselor  in Hot Springs
“It is my belief that my primary goal as a therapist is to provide my clients a safe and confidential place to discover and explore ways to create positive changes in their lives that will allow them the opportunity to see their future as hopeful and promising. I believe that therapy should ultimately empower clients to use their unique strengths and skills to work towards meeting individual goals. We all possess the ability to enjoy healthy lives and relationships, but sometimes it just takes some extra time and effort to make it happen.
(501) 218-8462
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71913
Ken Clark, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Hot Springs Village
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LAMFT
“I love working with difficult children and teens, couples hanging on by a thread, and people (especially men) that are less than thrilled with the idea of therapy. Perhaps it helps that I've walked a mile in each of those shoes at some point in my own life. As a therapist, my goal is to walk alongside people during their times of hurt and frustration, work to make sure everyone is heard and understood, help sort out complicated emotions, and ultimately chart a course of action that helps bring the therapy relationship to a close.
(501) 781-2230 x1
Office is near:
Hot Springs Village, Arkansas 71909
Dawn Parsons, Psychologist  in Hot Springs
“Are you feeling depressed, alone, or anxious? Are you dealing with loss or having trouble dealing with a traumatic event? Are you having marital or family difficulties? If so, I can help. Please don't hesitate to call and begin the process of making the necessary changes in your life that will help you feel happy again.
(501) 365-2611
Office is near:
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71902
Barbara Sivertson, Counselor  in Hot Springs Village
“I hope to offer a safe place to find rest during a vulnerable time in your life, whether it be relational struggles, emotional pain or behavioral concerns. Often we don't have a space that offers the ability for us to rest and let the heart be nurtured so we can come to know ourselves and live more freely. I help you figure out where you've been, where you are, and where you want to go. The process, though pain filled and not for the faint of heart, is something I count as a privilege to share with you.
(501) 781-2230 x3
Office is near:
Hot Springs Village, Arkansas 71909
Brittany Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hot Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you struggle with food, weight, or body image, I'm the therapist for you. I have over ten years experience working with eating disorders and anxiety-reduction. I can help you get to the root of self-sabotage so that you can finally have peace with food and your body.
(501) 208-8999 x4
Office is near:
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71901
Becky Whetstone, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Hot Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“I work with individuals struggling to be happy and don't understand why they're not -- if that's you, I can help you find answers. I also work with couples in crisis and provide marriage therapy & counseling for those who are thinking about ending the relationship, but are confused and don't know what they want. My expertise is helping you out of the confusion in a way that is in the best interest of you and your family. Also, for those in the military, I've a special place in my heart for you. (see below)
(501) 590-9200
Office is near:
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71901
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Garland County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Garland County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Garland County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Garland County or family therapy in Garland County.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Garland County, Arkansas, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.