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Impulse Control Disorders Therapists in Little Rock
Kleptomania, Paraphilia, Pyromania

Dr. Barry Wingfield, PhD, LPC, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Little Rock
“Your life seems out of options, out of focus, and out of control. It's time to seek a new perspective that leads to new possibilities and new actions. Don't give up. Let's dig in and find perspective and solutions. Contact me today.
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 499-6783
Little Rock, Arkansas 72227
Betty Deere, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LCSW
“Are you feeling stuck, confused and overwhelmed in your primary relationships? Your health? Life-in-general? Are you tired of trying to effectively communicate your feelings and feeling frustrated instead? As a solution-focused therapist I help you sort through & clarify your strengths, weaknesses and resources -- while creating an effective plan of action. I help you uncover life-long behavior patterns and distortions that are not working and then "reboot" your life. Not a one-size-fits-all therapist, I offer experienced support, direction and guidance through challenging life situations and relationship difficulties. CHECK OUT MY WEBSITE.
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 229-8209
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
Charlie Simpson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC
“Are you tired of going through the motions in life or your relationship? Feeling STUCK or simply worried? My approach has helped couples and individuals overcome strenuous challenges and master the skills to maintain healthy relationships and lifestyles. My approach is simple, I use evidence based tools and models that have helped hundreds of couples and individuals target personal growth. Examples include Prepare and Enrich-which has strengthened marriages and opened doors to great communication, Solution focused therapy, and Bowen techniques. I have completed Level 1 Gottman Method Couples Therapy which is greatly utilized during sessions.
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 235-8736
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
Ken Clark, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CFP
“I love working with couples hanging on by a thread, difficult kids, and maxed out business owners / executives / top sales people. I also have a special place in my heart for people (especially men) that are less than thrilled with the idea of therapy. I've walked all these paths and I understand. As a therapist, my goal is to pull alongside people during their times of hurt and frustration, work to make sure you're heard and understood, help sort out complicated emotions, and chart a course of action that helps bring the therapy relationship to a close.
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 781-2230 x1
Little Rock, Arkansas 72223
Marty Skrivanos, Counselor  in Little Rock
“As a therapist, my goal is to come alongside each individual, couple or family during times of challenge to help them find hope, direction and healing. Everyone deserves the opportunity to have their story heard. In times of crisis, the ability to have someone who understands what you are going through, can serve as a catalyst for helping overcome difficulties. I love working with couples facing difficult life challenges, and individuals that don't think they can benefit from counseling. Isolation keeps us stuck. Let me help you find hope, direction and healing.
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 244-3817
Little Rock, Arkansas 72223
Brittany Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
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.
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 208-8999 x4
Little Rock, Arkansas 72207
Amber Baker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, struggling to keep it all together, or find yourself losing hope? Does your child have special needs, challenge you behaviorally, lack in confidence or suffer from anxiety? While your circumstances may seem difficult or even hopeless now, don't give up! I believe that together we can overcome the obstacles and hurdles life has put in your path.
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 380-6147
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
John Phillips, Counselor  in Little Rock
“I come from a compassionate, non-judgmental, strengths-based perspective in my clinical practice and in life. I can help you learn life skills, change undesired habits, and identify alternate healthy thinking patterns so that you can decrease your anxiety & depression while increasing your self-esteem and quality of life. Through the work we do together you can expect to achieve self-confidence, forgiveness, peace, inner harmony, and healthier relationships in your everyday interactions. You will be given the opportunity to create your own goals, and we will come up with a plan that will work for you specifically.
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 566-1242
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
Lighthouse Professional Clinics, Inc., Psychologist  in Little Rock
“You have always wanted the best for your child, so when you witness your child going through a rough period your heart aches also. You are searching for a person who will listen and assist you through this battle! My master's and doctorate are in clinical psychology (child/adolescent specialty track), so I help children and adults who are depressed, anxious, or suffering from other issues. When available, the treatment methods used are always those that are supported by research. However, the client's unique talents, strengths, and personal interests are also used to individualize my treatment approach.
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 781-0563
Little Rock, Arkansas 72212
Angie Bowen, Counselor  in Little Rock
“I will provide you with a safe place and work with you, beside you, as you work on becoming your true self. There is no judgment here--lest I be judged. I believe everyone is doing the best they can with the tools they have. Many of us are just in need of additional tools. I believe we are products of our families of origin and carry forward what we learned from them--healthy or unhealthy. If you're stuck, I'd like to help you get unstuck. Change is difficult, but possible. A sense of humor is a must.
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 458-4333
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
Ken Clark, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LAMFT
“I love working with couples hanging on by a thread, difficult kids, and maxed out business owners / executives / top sales people. I also have a special place in my heart for people (especially men) that are less than thrilled with the idea of therapy. I've walked all these paths and I understand. As a therapist, my goal is to pull alongside people during their times of hurt and frustration, work to make sure you're heard and understood, help sort out complicated emotions, and chart a course of action that helps bring the therapy relationship to a close.
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 781-2230 x1
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
Heather Chapman-Henry, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RPT
“I have a passion for working with children and helping them express themselves emotionally, repair relationships, and improve daily functioning. Play therapy, family support, and the child's relationship with the therapist, best enable children to access their potential so they can heal, move forward, and be successful. As a licensed social worker and registered play therapist, I have received extensive education, training, and supervision in the field of social work, play therapy, and psychological disorders often diagnosed in childhood.
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 837-0093
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
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.
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 232-0773
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
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
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 476-5316
Little Rock, Arkansas 72223
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.
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 438-4029
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
Wade Fuqua, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LAMFT, LAC
“Are you beginning to feel hopeless about your relationship? Feel as if "we are living as roommates?" My approach has helped couples and individuals overcome strenuous challenges and master the skills to maintain healthy relationships and lifestyles. My approach is simple, I use evidence based tools and models that have helped hundreds of couples and individuals target personal growth. Examples include Prepare and Enrich, Solution focused therapy, and Bowen techniques.
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 438-4753
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
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? 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.
Impulse Control Disorders
(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!
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 391-1270
Little Rock, Arkansas 72207
Angie Turner, Counselor  in Little Rock
“EXPERIENCE COUNTS when choosing a therapist! Life and relationship experience also count when choosing a therapist. If you feel like you and your spouse are simply ROOMATES versus a loving couple, then help is available! Everyone can benefit from counseling at some point in their life. The common day to day stressors of life can create mood shifts and communication difficulties that left unresolved can lead to social, employment and marital problems. Often proper expression of thoughts, feelings and communication is replaced with anger,depression,substance abuse and avoidance. Counseling offers a LIFELINE!
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 295-7382
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
Peggy P Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life is much easier when we learn that we can improve our reaction to most difficulties facing us. The ideal client will begin therapy with an open mind, a need for change, and a willingness to participate in his/her own growth process. Get curious!
Impulse Control Disorders
(501) 305-0766
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211

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