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Domestic Abuse Therapists in Little Rock

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
Domestic Abuse
(501) 476-5316
Little Rock, Arkansas 72223
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.
Domestic Abuse
(501) 712-2640
Little Rock, Arkansas 72212
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!
Domestic Abuse
(501) 295-7382
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.
Domestic Abuse
(501) 438-4753
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
Jill Gorman, Counselor  in Little Rock
“My primary focus in counseling is to meet people where they are, help them identify where they want to be, and enable them (through the use of various tools, interventions, and support) to accomplish their goals. I believe change is possible. I have witnessed my clients overcome and move forward after facing what seemed like insurmountable odds. Does change take work? Yes. But, is it worth it to become the person (or couple or parent) you want to be? Definitely! I have experience working with children, teenagers, and adults facing issues from depression and loss to trauma and relational issues.
Domestic Abuse
(501) 229-8675
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
Lindsay Oliver Crane, Counselor  in Little Rock
“People come to see me when they want to value themselves more, feel comfortable in relationships, find the confidence to pursue their goals, end patterns of poor decision-making, and stop relying on the opinions of others to determine how they feel about themselves. Whether you are a victim of abuse or trauma - or have just always struggled to feel good about yourself - please let me help you. You deserve to be happy. No matter what you have done in the past, you deserve the opportunity to change and the support to move forward. Together, we can bring you peace.
Domestic Abuse
(501) 251-1865
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
Vicki Reed Hall, PhD, LPC, Counselor  in Little Rock
“My goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. We can work together to better understand and resolve challenges within your marriage and interpersonal relationships. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns that may be holding you back from a more fulfilling and meaningful life experience. If you're looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation or you're just ready to move in a new direction in your life, I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.
Domestic Abuse
(501) 481-1429
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
Whitney Norris, Counselor  in Little Rock
“I work with high-performance and driven individuals. As someone with that same "wiring," I can appreciate your desire to remove roadblocks, get un-stuck, and refocus your energy onto the things that really matter. I love working with clients who have already tried therapy and felt like it hit a brick wall or moved too slow. I help these clients pinpoint their blindspots, break patterns that hold them back and overcome past traumas that intrude on present life. I also help clients diagnosis and treat situations including anxiety, grief, phobias, trauma, all types of abuse and PTSD.
Domestic Abuse
(501) 404-9357
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
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.
Domestic Abuse
(501) 365-1944
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
Ken Clark, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CFP
“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.
Domestic Abuse
(501) 781-2230 x1
Little Rock, Arkansas 72223
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PA
“I enjoy working with clients - female and male - who are in the midst of life transitions: career change, separation or divorce, aging issues, coping with chronic illness and dealing with all types of loss. None of us gets through life without facing most of these issues and it's what equalizes us...what helps us to see the humanity in each other.
Domestic Abuse
(501) 476-7164
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 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.
Domestic Abuse
(501) 781-2230 x1
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
Stasia L Myers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We all face challenges in life at one time or another. Are you facing challenges in your personal life, career, or relationships? Are you a parent seeking help for your child? If so, I can provide professional guidance and support, in a warm and confidential setting.
Domestic Abuse
(501) 436-9928
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
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!
Domestic Abuse
(501) 305-0766
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.
Domestic Abuse
(501) 235-8736
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
Wendy D Newsam, Counselor  in Little Rock
“There are times in everyone's life when we need to talk to someone outside of our situation. When life get rough, difficult, or confusing no one has to face it alone. I work with clients to aid them in reaching their specific personal goals or just being an objective ear to listen to them and try to provide a different perspective. I specialize in cognitive behavioral therapy and use a variety of techniques tailored to meet my client's needs.
Domestic Abuse
(501) 365-2768
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
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.
Domestic Abuse
(501) 244-3817
Little Rock, Arkansas 72223
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? Your life-in-general? Are you tired of trying to effectively communicate what you need and feeling frustrated? 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 for you and to "reboot" and energize your life. Not a one-size-fits-all therapist, I offer experienced support, direction and guidance through challenging life situations and relationship difficulties.
Domestic Abuse
(501) 229-8209
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
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)
Domestic Abuse
(501) 590-9200
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
Christine Wilson, Art Therapist  in Little Rock
“Looking for something a little different from therapy? I use the creative process of art making to help individuals of all ages work through life's stressors, develop interpersonal skills, manage behavior, and increase self-esteem and self-awareness. You don't need to be an artist or even have any artistic ability to benefit from art therapy, but creative types are definitely welcomed and enjoyed. Clients that may especially enjoy an art therapy experience include children and teens, individuals with special needs, and people who feel uncomfortable or struggle with expressing their emotions and thoughts.
Domestic Abuse
(501) 404-9349
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211

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Domestic Abuse Therapists
If you're looking for help with domestic abuse in Little Rock or for Little Rock domestic abuse counseling, these Therapists provide confidential support for spousal abuse or for individuals and couples in an abusive relationship. They include domestic abuse Therapists, domestic abuse psychologists and domestic abuse counselors. A Therapist can help with child abuse in Little Rock, emotional abuse, passive aggressive behavior, sexual abuse and domestic violence in Little Rock. A Therapist can identify the signs and causes of Little Rock domestic abuse, discuss intervention and refer victims to domestic abuse shelters.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Little Rock have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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