Little Rock, Arkansas Therapists

Find a therapist in Little Rock, Arkansas that meets your needs. Browse our comprehensive list of affordable and licensed therapists in Little Rock to find a professional specializing in counseling people with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief and more.

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Savanna Scott
LAC, LAMFT, ERYT, SEP-in-Training
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Hot Springs, Arkansas

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Savanna is licensed as a Licensed Associate Counselor (A1911171) and Licensed Associate Marriage & Family Therapist (F1911019) in the state of Arkansas. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Central Arkansas and a...
Tresvil Pack
LPC 172, LPC-S 7, Ph.D.
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I like to meet my clients where they are and help them to move to where they want to be. I am trained in the traditional therapies such as person-centered, rational-emotive, and reality therapy among many others and these form a basis from which to...

Overview of Mental Health Professionals in Little Rock, Arkansas

The capital of Arkansas, Little Rock, offers city residents affordable housing, quality health care, education, great career opportunities and much more. For its nearly 200,000 citizens, Little Rock is the largest city in Arkansas and known as a city that one can enjoy a good time at a great value. Top employers for the area are Dillard’s Department Stores, Windstream Communications, Central Flying Service and the large brokerage Stephens, Inc. that are headquartered in Little Rock. Visitors and residents alike enjoy Pinnacle Mountain State Park, River Market District, and Arkansas Art Center for shopping and entertainment.

The median household income for the area is $46,578 which is less than the national average of $55,322. Poverty is an issue for the city as it makes up 18.5% of the population. Additionally, Little Rock is faced with issues of crime as the rate of someone being a victim of a violent crime is 1 in 65 versus the state average of 1 in 182.  The leading cause of violent deaths in the area is suicide. Arkansas is facing a crisis with reports indicating that the suicide rate has seen an estimated 37 percent increase within the last decade. In the past year, 67 young adults committed suicide were between 10 to 24 years of age.

The area also ranks fourth nationally for its rate of divorce. In recent years, Arkansas residents saw an increase in divorce while the national rate declined to the 25.3% rate in 2015. Experts attribute this surge is due to the age of those marrying in Arkansas. Couples are choosing marriage at a much younger age than other states. There have also been a higher number of divorces among couples married for 30 years or longer.

With crime, increased suicide and divorce surrounding your area, you may struggle with feelings that seem out of your control. Or you may have experienced a traumatic event that affects your daily life. You could also feel anxious, sad or even guilty consistently during the day. There might even be times that you feel that you are capable of becoming so much more but can’t seem to navigate that correct path towards success. If these thoughts sound familiar, we are here to help by offering the most premier counseling and therapy services. Regardless of your age or race, one in two people will experience mental illness in their lifetime.  Many mental health issues can affect you, how you think and feel on a daily basis. Whether it is you or someone you know that is afflicted with suicidal thoughts or trying to end an addiction, it is important to understand that you are not alone.

Let us take care of you. The first step in finding inner peace is recognizing that you need help. We are here as our directory of Little Rock medical professionals can help you discover your strengths and utilize your inner skill set to solve your problems.  Take a moment to determine the symptoms that affect your well-being as it will help you narrow down which therapist can help you properly. You will need to review potential therapist’s profiles and blogs to ensure that their specialties can meet your needs and consider the following questions:

•    Why am I seeking help?
•    What are my goals in therapy?
•    Am I more comfortable with a man or a woman?
•    Are there any personal aspects I’m not willing to discuss?
•    Do I want to be able to lead the discussion, or have it led?
•    How long do I plan to attend therapy?
•    Does my problem need extra specialization?

Engaging in effective treatments from one of our licensed therapists will help you on the path to living a successful and productive life. Decide how often you need to visit your therapist and make sure that they are available when you are available. These sessions will help you build a relationship. Make time to set-up a phone interview with them. It is important that you feel connected with your therapist. Learn their style during the phone call and see if they seem engaged in your conversation.

Mental health is a complicated issue. There are a number of factors to consider when deciding your treatment. Our therapist can provide the treatments needed to help you cope with what is going on in your life. It will take time to find the right therapist to address your issues. Plan to ask plenty of questions and to get to know your practitioner. Make sure that your potential therapist represents and reflects stability, professionalism and warmth you deserve. Take the next step to invest in yourself today – you should have a better life!