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Medicaid Therapists in Arkansas (AR)

Benny Tidwell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Clinton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, stuck, or frustrated? Does it seem like no matter what you try you just can't get over the hump? I can help! We can examine where you are and where you want to be, then together develop a plan to get you to your goal. I am licensed to practice independently by the state of Arkansas. I have almost 20 years of experience helping people overcome the obstacles they encounter.
Medicaid
(501) 251-6780
Clinton, Arkansas 72031
Millcreek Behavioral Health, Treatment Facility  in Fordyce
“Located in Fordyce, Arkansas, Millcreek Behavioral Health is a privately licensed treatment center for children and adolescents who are struggling with intellectual difficulties and/or severe emotional and behavioral disturbances. Offering specific programming for various disorders on two separate campuses, we provide the highest quality of residential care for children and adolescents between the ages of 6 and 17. Millcreek is unique in that we provide specialized treatment tracks for ICF/IDD, autism spectrum disorders, sexually reactive behaviors, psychiatric disorders, and dual diagnosis. Millcreek's multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, case managers, certified recreational therapists, nutritionists, licensed clinical therapists, and registered nurses, aim to provide optimal treatment in the least restrictive environment possible. We are able to do this by providing our patients with treatment offered in natural surroundings spread out across 37 acres of beautiful landscape, rather than in a traditional, high-rise, locked hospital. As of February of 2014, we have completed a new residential treatment building, along with a recently constructed multi-purpose building that includes a gymnasium and cafeteria. Through every step of therapeutic process, we do all that we can to make your child's stay as comfortable as possible.
Medicaid
(844) 201-5254
Fordyce, Arkansas 71742
Vantage Point Behavioral Health, Treatment Facility  in Fayetteville
“Serving Fayetteville, Arkansas for the past 25 years, Vantage Point of Northwest Arkansas is a premiere, full service hospital dedicated to providing quality mental health and substance abuse services to children and teens (ages 5-17), adults, and seniors (ages 55 and up). Staffed by highly qualified mental health professionals, nurses, and teachers under the supervision of exceptional psychiatrists, patients receive treatment catered to their specific needs. With treatment offered in a safe, healing, and caring environment, programs incorporate a number of medical and therapeutic techniques geared towards maximizing each patient's functioning, skill building, and quality of life. Vantage Point also has two satellite outpatient centers in located in Bentonville and Harrison, Arkansas which offer the same quality of care to those who require it. Successful treatment completion is the main focus, with programs designed to help patients continue their success even after discharge.
Medicaid
(844) 202-8344
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72703
Depression Treatment at Valley, Treatment Facility  in Barling
“Valley Behavioral Health System is the leading provider of mental health services for children, adolescents, adults, and seniors in the Arkansas River Valley. Located on a picturesque campus in Fort Smith, Arkansas, Valley Behavioral offers a wide range of treatment options and levels of care for those who are seeking relief and recovery from psychiatric conditions and chronic medical illnesses. Understanding that each patient has specific treatment needs, Valley Behavioral focuses on individualized treatment planning that is centered on healing. The staff at Valley Behavioral, composed of psychiatrists, nurses, therapists, social workers, and other specialized professionals, work to ensure that each patient receives quality care and is comfortable throughout his or her stay. By promoting crisis resolution, self-awareness, personal growth, and social skills through proven therapeutic techniques and modalities, patients are able to successfully acquire tools needed to recover from debilitating conditions, such as depression.
Medicaid
(844) 204-0808
Barling, Arkansas 72923
Trauma Treatment at Valley, Treatment Facility  in Barling
“The foremost provider of mental healthcare services in the Arkansas River Valley, Valley Behavioral Health Systems offers individualized treatment for children, adolescents, adults, and senior adults who are struggling with mental disorders and chronic illnesses. All of the programs offered at Valley Behavioral feature treatment modalities that help patients acquire the necessary tools for lasting recovery and healing, as well as valuable skills for managing symptoms of mental health and chronic medical conditions. The treatment team at Valley Behavioral includes experienced mental health and medical professionals, who are trained and qualified to deliver superior and compassionate care. Additionally, each patient's family is encouraged to be involved in the treatment process as patients embark and navigate their journey down the road towards a happy, healthy lives. Lastly, the safe, secure, and serene environment in which Valley Behavioral delivers its services is extremely conducive to healing from several illness, such as posttraumatic stress disorder and other trauma-related illnesses.
Medicaid
(855) 598-3324
Barling, Arkansas 72923
Riverview Behavioral Health, Treatment Facility  in Texarkana
“Riverview provides inpatient & residential adolescent and geriatric treatment in Texarkana, AR, near Ark-La-Tex for self-injury, aggression, depression, and memory disorders for seniors. Treatment is under the medical direction and supervision of our staff psychiatrists and administered by nurses, social workers, therapists, recreational specialists, special education teachers and a team of other caring mental health professionals. At Riverview Behavioral Health provide a confidential and caring environment that promotes resolution, positive self awareness, social skills, and personal growth. Our goal is to ensure that all of our residents receive the highest level of care and leave living a happier, healthier life.
Medicaid
(870) 505-4906
Texarkana, Arkansas 71854
Depression Treatment at Millcreek, Treatment Facility  in Fordyce
“Founded in 1988, Millcreek Behavioral Health is a leading provider of intermediate care for children and adolescents who are emotionally disturbed or developmentally disabled. Located in Arkansas and created due to the overwhelming need for these kind of services for children and adolescents, Millcreek offers residential treatment that addresses the unique needs of each patient. Regardless of the level of care needed, the programs at Millcreek strive to implement the most effective and valuable treatment as possible so as to ensure patient success and improvement. Millcreek's multidisciplinary team of professionals, including psychiatrists, registered nurses, case managers, licensed clinical therapists, recreational therapists, and nutritionists, conscientiously work to guide and support patients towards wellness. This team also focuses on each patient's strengths while identifying areas requiring improvement so that positive personal growth can be achieved. With treatment planning that integrates proven and evidence-based techniques and modalities, the combination of the caring staff and methods of treating mental health conditions, such as depression, are what make Millcreek a great place to facilitate progressive change for children and adolescents.
Medicaid
(844) 204-0408
Fordyce, Arkansas 71742
Riverview Behavioral - Self-Harm Treatment, Treatment Facility  in Texarkana
“Self-harm, also called "self-injury" and "cutting" is the process of hurting oneself in order to express or cope with emotional pain and distress. People who engage in cutting aren't actually attempting suicide; self-harm is an unhealthy way of coping with very intense emotions, however some self-injury attempts can become more serious and even become fatal. Some people report that after cutting their arms or legs, they feel a sense of calm and tension relief. Unfortunately, that feeling is followed quickly by shame, guilt, and the return of the emotions they'd been trying to avoid. Cutting is an impulsive behavior that is linked to other co-occurring disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, and eating disorders. While loving someone who self-injures can be terrifying, there is help available. No one has to suffer through self-injury alone.
Medicaid
(855) 375-6590
Texarkana, Arkansas 71854
Depression Treatment at Vantage Point, Treatment Facility  in Fayetteville
“For over 30 years, Vantage Point Behavioral Health has been providing mental health and chemical dependency services to children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. With treatment planning that is focused on the individual needs of patients, those admitted to Vantage Point can build on already-existing strengths and acquire new skills that can ensure lasting recovery. Vantage Point has helped countless patients leave treatment, ready to embark on happier and healthier lives by utilizing this approach to care. In addition to effective treatment planning, the therapeutic techniques and modalities implemented are also an integral part of care at Vantage Point. Both proven and evidence-based, the techniques and modalities used foster healing and promote rehabilitation. For individuals struggling with substance abuse or mental illnesses, like depression, this aspect of care is what gives patients the edge in overcoming addiction and managing mental illness symptoms in a healthy manner.
Medicaid
(844) 203-5524
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72703
Susan Walker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Lowell
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MS, LPC, LMFT
“I give personalized therapy in Northwest Arkansas. I will not shuffle you in and out of the office. You are more important than that. I listen & accept you as you are. You will be free from judgment. You may or may not know what brings you to therapy. We can talk to better understand. My approach is integrated. I have experience in a variety of approaches to understand people & problems. I consider your needs & select techniques best suited for you. I hope to help you better understand yourself & others; help improve your quality of life & make decisions courageously; facilitate spiritual wisdom & growth.
Medicaid
(479) 802-4257
Lowell, Arkansas 72745
Addiction Rehab at Millcreek, Treatment Facility  in Fordyce
“A leading provider of intermediate care and residential treatment for children and adolescents, Millcreek Behavioral Health has been offering superior services since 1988. Treating children and adolescents with emotional disturbances and developmental disabilities is Millcreek's specialty and the levels of care and programs offered address the unique needs of these patients. Individualized treatment planning that builds on each patient's strengths is what separates Millcreek from other providers of such treatment and care. The caring, compassionate, and experienced staff, comprised of psychiatrists, nurses, case managers, therapists, and nutritionists, put forth every effort to deliver services in the most effective manner possible. At Millcreek, the path to wellness is includes ongoing support and guidance as children, adolescents, and their families acquire beneficial skills, education, and resources for a brighter tomorrow.
Medicaid
(844) 374-7808
Fordyce, Arkansas 71742
Ascent Children's Health Services, Treatment Facility  in Arkadelphia
“The foremost provider of early developmental intervention day treatment and mental health services since 1988, Ascent Children's Health Services offers the most comprehensive mental health programming for infants, children, adolescents, and adults throughout the State of Arkansas. Encompassing ten day treatment clinics, four outpatient mental health centers, and one school-based mental health program, Ascent approaches treatment in a holistic manner and designs programs that foster client success. Comprised of mental health professionals, physical therapists, qualified developmental specialists, teachers, and medical personnel, the experienced and dedicated staff at every Ascent location utilizes proven, multidisciplinary therapeutic techniques that encourage clients to achieve their highest potential. By offering services in a setting conducive to learning and thriving, clients are able to overcome mental health concerns and improve functioning when a developmental disorder is present.
Medicaid
(844) 209-7205
Arkadelphia, Arkansas 71923
Valley Behavioral Health System, Treatment Facility  in Barling
“Revered as the provider of high quality treatment in the Arkansas River Valley, Valley Behavioral Health is a 75-bed treatment center dedicated to providing excellent care to those struggling with mental illnesses. With programs available for children (ages 3-18), adults, and senior adults, Valley Behavioral Health focuses its treatment on recovery and gives patients the tools and skills needed to live a happy life. Under the medical direction of psychiatrists, Valley Behavioral Health employs qualified, professional, and caring staff who diligently work towards building and implementing treatment catered to patients' specific needs. The multidisciplinary approach used by Valley Behavioral Health's staff, at every level of care, is proven to be effective in successfully treating a number of mental health disorders and chronic illnesses. Valley Behavioral Health is devoted to providing this patient-centered care in a safe environment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Involving family members, promoting crisis resolution and self-awareness, learning social skills, and fostering personal growth is what distinguishes Valley Behavioral Health from other healthcare providers. Valley Behavioral Health System puts its patients first.
Medicaid
(844) 204-0411
Barling, Arkansas 72923
Arkansas Families First, LLC, Treatment Facility  in North Little Rock
“Arkansas Families First is a multidisciplinary behavioral health care practice that offers a variety of behavioral/mental health services for children, teens and families in Central Arkansas. Our focus is to provide the best, most comprehensive care that modern psychology, counseling, medicine, speech and occupational therapies have to offer. We are devoted to unlocking the full potential of children and families. We utilize the latest research and the most skilled clinicians to empower parents, and to accurately diagnose and effectively treat a range of childhood problems.
Medicaid
(501) 404-9399
Myra E Loving, Counselor  in Texarkana
“In using cognitive behavioral and solution focused therapy, I will help guide you to find answers to the challenges you face in your life. As the process is sometimes intense, I can help you with uncovering the emotions related from past and current issues that effect your life today. In having support in therapy, it is more comfortable to do the hard work needed to improve your quality of life and emotional balance. Coming to therapy can be daunting in and of itself, so I try to make this a warm and comfortable experience to help you with beginning a journey toward self-discovery.
Medicaid
(903) 306-1796
Office is near:
Texarkana, Arkansas 71854
Rachelle Colegrove, Counselor  in Harrison
“My passion is for individuals to live their lives to their fullest potential. I help clients to have self-awareness and take practical steps toward becoming the spouse, friend, parent, or child they want to be. I believe that true peace comes when a person's actions line up with what their heart values.
Medicaid
(417) 213-5858
Office is near:
Harrison, Arkansas 72601
Delta Behavioral Health Center, Treatment Facility  in West Memphis
“We are an outpatient department at Delta medical Center in Memphis, Tennessee. We specialize in the treatment of adults experiencing both mental health and substance abuse problems; including depression, bipolar disorders, anxiety disorders and drug or alcohol problems. We are a medically managed, structured, intensive treatment program serving the Memphis and Shelby County community. Our program is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations. We are licensed by the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Medicaid
(901) 244-4465
We serve:
West Memphis, Arkansas 72301
The Relationship Center, Treatment Facility  in Harrison
“Southwest Missouri's Trusted Resource for Professional Counseling Services. Why choose The Relationship Center? Over 1,400 families in southwest Missouri trust the counselors of TRC to serve their counseling needs. With more than 14,000 hours of therapy in the last 5 years alone TRC counselors have the experience that can make the difference.
Medicaid
(417) 708-6821
We serve:
Harrison, Arkansas 72601
Depression Treatment at Delta, Treatment Facility  in West Memphis
“Located in the heart of South East Memphis, Tennessee, Delta Medical Center has been serving our community for over 40 years as a premier provider for the treatment of behavioral healthcare and chemical dependency concerns. Through the implementation of a holistic approach to treatment, the caring and compassionate staff at Delta aims to treat the whole person, not just his or her symptoms. By using empirically validated therapeutic interventions, we are able to show our patients how to successfully manage their symptoms so that they can confront their challenges head on and restore their personal sense of hope and purpose. At Delta Medical Center, we look beyond your stay with us and focus on designing a treatment plan that will ensure your success long after you leave our program.
Medicaid
(855) 578-5848
We serve:
West Memphis, Arkansas 72301
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Waterstone Counseling Center, Counselor  in Springdale
“Sean McDonald, Owner and Clinical Director of Waterstone Counseling Center, believes each person has a unique story. His desire is to help guide you in living out a balanced and healthy lifestyle - emotionally, physically, and spiritually. Sean helps people from all backgrounds, including religious and non-religious belief systems. He strives to create a safe and confidential atmosphere to work with individuals who struggle with sexual addiction, porn addiction, shame, marital infidelity, and other intimacy related disorders. He also work with spouses/partners and families of sex addicts as well as individuals who struggle with anxiety, anger, trauma, and depression.
(479) 239-5011
Springdale, Arkansas 72762
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Therapists in Arkansas (AR) have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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