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EMDR Therapists in Arkansas (AR)

Beth White Lcsw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a specialist in PTSD, depression, and anxiety, Beth's practice often includes working with individuals who've experienced trauma; helping them reclaim their lives and find joy again. She frequently works with survivors of sexual violence, relationship violence, accidents, combat, and the traumas experienced by emergency response personnel. Beth is also honored to help clients navigate difficult life transitions, such as divorce, career change, parenting, and more. She is clinically trained in the most proven treatments for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (EMDR, PE, CPT), depression / anxiety (ACT, CBT, BA, IPT), and other mental health challenges.
EMDR
(501) 400-8850
Little Rock, Arkansas 72202
Frances Woods, Psychologist  in Fayetteville
“You are in the world and world is in you. Have you ever looked at a rose plant and really thought about all it takes to produce those beautiful fragrant blossoms? Or watched a perfect alley-oop slam dunk by a professional basketball player and wondered how that kind of skill comes about? To answer those questions one needs to examine all the relevant contributing factors. Similarly, to understand your unique situation, one needs to adopt a comprehensive, ecological model to create/access effective change points. You, the rose and the slam dunk are all part of vast complex systems.
EMDR
(479) 437-9978
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
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.
EMDR
(501) 550-2587
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
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.
EMDR
(501) 781-2230
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
Bonnie Phillips, Counselor  in Little Rock
“If you're ready to change, I'm ready to guide you through the process. I have a passion for helping people with addictive behaviors find freedom, hope, and progress. Whether it is sex addiction, substance abuse, or a bad habit that you just can't seem to break - I'll help you take a systematic approach towards freedom. It won't be easy, but staying stuck in your current cycle won't be either. With my dual training in addictions and family therapy, I will also help you develop strategies for reconciliation and healing with your loved ones.
EMDR
(501) 725-6545 x3
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
Hope M Gilchrist, Psychologist  in Jonesboro
“My work as a psychologist is devoted to helping adults and adolescents manifest the fulfilling lives they want for themselves. My clients struggle with a variety of issues including anxiety, stress, depression, addiction, grief, relationship problems, trauma, spiritual/creative blocks, or the inability to feel happiness or serenity. It is difficult to change habitual ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving so my work encourages more effective coping, relationship/stress management skills, and self nurturing. I offer a supportive environment for exploring how past experiences are being re-enacted in the present. By making these connections conscious, the past can be released.
EMDR
(870) 910-3730
Jonesboro, Arkansas 72401
Donna M Hunter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Booneville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“To become different from what we are, Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. (Unknown Source) My philosophy about therapy is simple. Most people know what is going on in their lives at this moment. Most have an idea what they would like things to be like in the future. Therapy helps us get from point A to point B. You are the expert of you. As a therapist, I am the expert of the multitude of paths you might want to consider as you move towards point B.
EMDR
(479) 431-4237
Booneville, Arkansas 72927
Deborah H Dawes, Psychologist  in Rogers
“What is keeping you from flourishing? Struggles with anxiety, mood or self doubt? Haunted by traumas that have you stuck? Finding yourself repeating patterns of behavior, whether in relationships or self defeating behaviors, over and over though each time you determine you won’t go there again? Psychotherapy, particularly psychotherapy with an experienced, skilled clinician who is committed to your wellbeing, is an effective means of acquiring the understanding, skills and support to renew your life. I provide a safe collaborative setting and bring years of knowledge, training and resources to help you define and attain your goals.
EMDR
(479) 802-0343
Rogers, Arkansas 72758
Jessica Scott, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cabot
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LAMFT, LAC, EMDR, I
“I see each person as an individual with their own unique gifts and experiences. My background as an occupational therapist gives me extensive understanding of the connection between the mind, body, and heart allowing me to incorporate a holistic view of each client and their relationships. I seek to help each person I work with to restore the connection to themselves and the people that matter most to them. I am well trained to serve families in distress, marriages that are struggling, and individuals fighting to overcome negative beliefs and experiences.
EMDR
(501) 550-2602
Cabot, Arkansas 72023
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 depression, anxiety, and trauma. Her focus is on fostering a healing environment so her clients may create lasting changes.
EMDR
(501) 400-8850 x2
Little Rock, Arkansas 72202
Meredith Butler Scroggin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
“Meredith is a bereavement specialist and has supported clients in the grief process for over a decade. While we typically think of grief related to the passing of a loved one, people may also experience loss following trauma, chronic illness, or other events. Meredith believes that loss, in any form, often provides an opportunity to grow and learn about our hidden strengths. Her work includes helping survivors honor and find meaning beyond their loss. Meredith provides evidence-based therapy with clients experiencing anxiety, depression, PTSD, and other life challenges, as well.
EMDR
(501) 725-8273 x11
Little Rock, Arkansas 72202
Sandra S+ Pate, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rogers
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, ACSW
“I am the author of Uncapping Family Wisdom: Recognizing, Treating and Reconciling Transgenerational Dysfunction. My therapy is first psycho-educational, seeking to search for the cause of the cause of the cause of mental health problems. To begin, family members evaluate their own system in terms of characteristics of a strong family, the general semantics and linguistics of the speaking pattern, the developmental gains of the adults and children, the affirmations needed to enliven arrested development, plus the leadership styles and management skills present.
EMDR
(479) 431-2197
Rogers, Arkansas 72756
Ross Kelley, Counselor  in Fayetteville
“My focus is people: I have a broad range of clinical skills depending on one's current state or difficulties faced. My therapy style is relational-I believe change occurs in the context of acceptance. I provide evidenced-based treatments producing long-term results. My practice is focused on individuals, children, adolescents and their families utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and EMDR. I have over 5,000 hours as an LPC and have participated in Christian Ministry for 25 years. I work with those dealing with Trauma, Grief, Depression, Anxiety, OCD, and Relational difficulties.
EMDR
(479) 790-2483
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72703
“It's my belief that as people become more aware and accepting of themselves, they are more capable of finding a sense of peace and contentment in their lives. Some clients need only a few sessions to achieve these goals, whereas others may require months or even years of therapy. As a client, you're in complete control, & you may end your relationship with me at any point. In order for therapy to be most successful, it's important for to take an active role. Generally, the more of yourself you are willing to invest, the greater the return.
EMDR
(501) 593-4461
James Zachary Haugh, Counselor  in Searcy
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LAC, CSAT, EMDR, CMAT, CTT
“I find the most enjoyment in helping people find the freedom and peace they desire from traumatic events, addiction, unhealthy relationships, and destructive behaviors. My approach combines humor, realism, and gentleness with experiential therapy such as mindfulness/guided imagery, art work, music, breathwork, role play, etc.
EMDR
(501) 593-4199
Searcy, Arkansas 72143
Carmen Cubillo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fayetteville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LAMFT, LAC, EMDR
“As a licensed Marriage & Family Therapists, I offer Individual Counseling too. Relationship length is not necessarily an indicator of a fulfilling marriage, make yours exceptional, loving and dynamic. Experience in overcoming Infidelity, emotional trauma, intimacy & sex issues, blended families, divorce and post divorce issues, depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, self esteem, compulsions, etc. The two best predictors of client's success are a client's motivation and the relationship you and your therapist create, regardless of theory used. Might I be the right counselor for you? Deciding to participate in counseling is a journey of self discovery and a sign of courage and strength.
EMDR
(479) 202-6587
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
Lynnita Walker, Counselor  in Little Rock
“Safety, hope and progress. That's my desire for everyone that sits down with me. Whether it's your first time talking to a therapist or you've sought help before, you'll be a partner in the process with me. We (not me), decide where you need to grow. We plan together what steps we're going to take to get you there. Mostly importantly, we work together on creating the changes you need. I'm an "evidenced based therapist," who employs well-documented techniques to deal with the life's most resistant problems, especially trauma, anxiety, and phobias.
EMDR
(501) 380-0902 x3
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
Cathy Byars, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Cathy Byars
EMDR
(888) 211-5799
Little Rock, Arkansas 72207
Gary Scarborough, Counselor  in Russellville
“I work with children and adults who have experienced trauma, chronic pain and health concerns, anxiety, depression, conflict, and behavioral problems. Therapy with children includes techniques from Child Centered Play Therapy, which helps children express emotion, cultivate empathy, become responsible for behaviors, respect others, accept themselves, and learn social skills. I use EMDR with adults and children for trauma resolution. It is effective for resolving emotional difficulties caused by painful life experiences. When we have upsetting experiences or repeated failures we lose a sense of control over life. Anxiety, depression, irritability, anger, guilt, and behavioral problems can get better, and usually DO get better!
EMDR
(479) 385-7017
Russellville, Arkansas 72801
Eric I Phelps, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Little Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, CGP
“Let's face it, life events shape our present, and contribute to a loss of connection to ourselves, families, others, and the world! A recovered sense-of-self is a prerequisite for empowerment to address these issues. And, because this disconnect initially occurs in "preverbal" childhood, traditional "talk" therapy alone is not a sufficient approach. I am a therapist shaped by a myriad of life roles and events. I intentionally sought my PhD in clinical psychology with a specialization in "somatic psychology" to underscore my own therapeutic experience. Somatic psychology studies how the "body" informs and provides clues to our emotional responses linked to childhood.
EMDR
(501) 708-2055
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205

EMDR Therapists
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is an information processing therapy that helps clients cope with trauma, addictions, and phobias. During this treatment, the patient focuses on a specific thought, image, emotion, or sensation while simultaneously watching the therapist's finger or baton move in front of his or her eyes. The client is told to recognize what comes up for him/her when thinking of an image; then the client is told to let it go while doing bilateral stimulation.

If you're looking for EMDR therapy in Arkansas (AR) or for an Arkansas (AR) EMDR therapist these professionals provide EMDR therapy, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing and EMDR treatment. They include EMDR therapists, EMDR psychologists, EMDR psychotherapists, and EMDR counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
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).