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Therapists in Little Rock

Rhonda Swindle, Counselor  in Little Rock
“Had enough? Give me a call when you're ready to find rest, reboot your heart and mind, and strategize about the next steps in creating a healthier existence. As someone who has found myself at the crossroads more than once, I'd by honored to provide caring guidance as you figure out what change looks like. My goal is to provide a safe place where feelings can be explored and suggestions be considered, without any judgement or pressure. A good therapy session will be one where you feel heard, valued, challenged, and empowered. Nights and weekends available.
(501) 438-4029
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
Courtney A Frierson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT-
“I am trained as a therapist and dually certified as a yoga therapist and yoga teacher. Many of my clients seek more than traditional talk therapy, and I always operate from a strengths based, client centered approach. Depending on client needs, a session may involve only talk therapy, or talk therapy plus breathing practice, guided meditation or postures from the yoga tradition. I love working with adolescents and teens, and I used to work at Youth Home, Inc., a residential treatment facility. I also enjoy working with individuals and couples related to sexuality issues, body awareness and TQLGB issues.
(404) 994-8617
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
Carolyn McCune, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The primary focus of my practice is counseling children and adolescents and their families. However, I recently began expanding the scope of my practice to adults in our community and welcome the opportunity to serve clients of all ages. My therapeutic approach is one of collaboration - where I work together with my clients to set and achieve goals that result in enhanced relationships and an improved quality of life.
(501) 205-1841
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
Becky Whetstone, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Little Rock
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
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
Lisa Lewis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My model for therapeutic recovery comes from 20+ years of clinical experience. I have assisted a variety of individuals discover their true potential and find ways to cope with and embrace the obstacles in their life. I have treated children, adolescents and adults in both inpatient and outpatient settings. I specialize in treating children and adolescents with behavioral problems, learning disabilities, abuse issues and mood disorders. I work with adults who suffer with depression, anxiety, addictions and relationship issues.
(501) 436-4564 x227
Little Rock, Arkansas 72207
Richard Miller, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LCSW, LMFT, DMin
“In my 40 years of practice,I have helped people distressed by a variety of emotional and relational wounds to find their healing path. People who seek my help find competent and compassionate guidance to help them face difficult problems and learn effective ways to live, so they can accept self and others and deepen/strengthen their realtionship with others. For more information, go to website: richardhmiller.org
(501) 476-5316
Little Rock, Arkansas 72223
“I am a native Arkansan, and received a Master of Sciences in Counseling Psychology from the University of Central Arkansas and am a Licensed Psychological Examiner. I have experience working with adults in an inpatient and outpatient setting using individual and group therapy. I use a cognitive behavioral approach and incorporate aspects of gestalt therapy and REBT. I view therapy as a way to restore and maintain optimal mental health during life's rough patches.
(501) 228-7400
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
Julie Hardin Whalen, Counselor  in Little Rock
“Hello! My name is Julie Whalen, and I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself and share a bit of my heart with you. People long for real, authentic relationships where they feel free to simply be themselves. My aim is to create a safe environment for someone to share their heart. I long for healing to take place in your heart or in the heart of your loved one, and I would love the privilege of traveling down that road with you. I typically work with youth and women; I also provide marital counseling for those struggling with marital issues. Sincerely, Julie
(501) 391-1588
Little Rock, Arkansas 72212
Gem E. Moore, Psychologist  in Little Rock
“Your mental health is precious - don't trust it to just anybody! In general, psychologists have more education and training than other therapists. Does that matter to you? I hope so. As a psychologist with 40 years' experience helping people, I provide my clients with high-level, expert care and feedback. Relationships are my specialty, and I see both couples and individuals. Let me help you develop the skills and awareness you need to improve the relationships in your life. For clients using insurance, please visit my website at http://www.foxcroftcounseling.com
(501) 251-1869
Little Rock, Arkansas 72227
Jenny Ozment Caldwell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Every journey begins with the first step. The worst possible thing is to do nothing and let the fear of the unknown paralyze you. I truly believe that I can help no matter how bad the circumstance seems. There is no reason to struggle alone, because there is hope!
(501) 391-1270
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
AJ McMahan, Counselor  in Little Rock
“I specialize with young children, preteens, teens and families. I can help with even the most challenging issues. I offer Christian Counseling open to everyone. You may want to take advantage of online and phone based counseling services that I offer as well.
(501) 391-1622
Little Rock, Arkansas 72212
Stephen M. Ash, Psychologist  in Little Rock
“I have expertise in integration of religion in counseling, both positively and negatively. So I actively integrate clients' Christian faith for those who seek it - in both techniques and goals (cf. spiritual maturity = balance of openness and commitment to God, self and others), while recognizing unbalanced religion is often part of clients' abusive past. So I work with my clients' values and refer out the few who can't work with mine; e.g., I offer Reparative Therapy for homosexuals wishing to return to heterosexuality, but not Gay Affirmative Therapy.
(501) 712-2640
Little Rock, Arkansas 72212
Chanda Camden, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“It takes courage and integrity to recognize when we're not happy and to do something positive about it. There are times in all our lives when we feel there is something holding us back from reaching our potentials. We may have fears, anxieties, or other sources of emotional pain that seem to keep us from fulfilling roles in our lives in the ways we would like--in our careers, in our relationships, as a parents, etc. Psychotherapy is a pathway to creating the life you want by identifying and removing obstacles and working toward the positive changes you need.
(501) 550-2587
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
Lighthouse Professional Clinics, Inc., Psychologist  in Little Rock
“Divorce can be difficult on the entire family. In a perfect world, the process always goes smoothly and the divorcing parents agree on all issues pertaining to the children, including custody. However, this is not always the case. I perform child custody evaluations for the courts. My master's and doctorate are in clinical psychology (child/adolescent specialty track) and I have received additional training in forensic psychology. The report to the court is based on data from the personality evaluations, clinical interviews, and behavioral measures/observations. Collateral information also is collected when relevant.
(501) 781-0563
Little Rock, Arkansas 72212
Shanti M Pepper, Psychologist  in Little Rock
“Dr. Pepper is a clinician who focuses on holistic recovery, which means that in addition to providing the most effective mental health therapies available, she also helps clients create balance in their lives by addressing other areas of wellbeing (e.g., social, physical, relational, nutritional, spiritual, etc.). She takes a gentle, collaborative, and goal-directed approach to treatment. Dr. Pepper has over a decade of experience working with trauma survivors and her focus is on fostering a healing environment so her clients may create lasting changes.
(501) 400-8850 x2
Little Rock, Arkansas 72202
Latoshia Johnson, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
“Most of us would agree that life's trials can feel or become overwhelming. Major disruptions make us feel like we have lost control. Not to mention having children who are rude, disrespectful and out of control. If you feel this way, call me, let's talk. I would love to assist you with gaining control over your life/children/family and building positive skills to help you deal with current stress and poor coping skills.
(501) 232-0773
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
Sarah Phillips, Counselor  in Little Rock
“Life can be tough. We experience loss, anxiety, struggles in relationships, sadness, low self-esteem, lack of direction or motivation, trauma, rejection, abandonment and the list goes on and on! Engaging in the counseling process can help bring insight, relief, healing, and growth regarding any of these difficulties. As a counselor, I offer you a safe and comforting place in which the change process can occur at your own pace. Having someone in your life that listens to you and seeks to understand you can be a very uplifting and empowering tool. I can be that for you.
(501) 408-3814
Little Rock, Arkansas 72223
Don Streit, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“After thirty years of practice as a psychotherapist and twenty years of teaching graduate students my primary goals remain the same: I intend to help clients discover their own strengths and resources. I enjoy empowering clients to confidently utilize their abilities to improve the quality of life and experience healing recovery from crises. An ideal client allows me to work jointly with them in a partnership to enjoy a sense of their own worth and resilience.
(501) 481-1929
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
Carolyn Thomas, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, LADAC, CADC, CCDP, PLLC
“My approach focuses on providing culturally appropriate, holistic, and specific services, keeping the needs of each individual in mind. No story is the same. No journey is too unworthy to be heard. Each client is VALUED, VALIDATED, carefully assessed, and evaluated so that the appropriate treatment program and goals are built around, not only the needs, but the individual's strengths. We will work together to overcome your addiction( s). I engage in a treatment philosophy that allows for and respects the individual's full responsibility for their values, goals and choices.
(501) 365-1944
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
Cathy Byars, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Cathy Byars
(888) 211-5799
Little Rock, Arkansas 72207

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