Is Counseling the Next Step You Need to Take?
Whether you are in crisis or just want to stay emotionally
and relationally healthy, counseling might be the best next step.
Therapy for Individuals
I’ve counseled individuals working through stress, anxiety, trauma, addiction, self-esteem issues, post-abortion, and sexual issues.
I offer counseling for pre-marital couples, married couples, and relationship counseling where we focus on communication, compatibility, separation, divorce, etc.
Counseling for Youth
I’ve worked with teenagers and adolescent children and families in the areas of anxiety, grief, behavioral issues, ADHD, and more.
Hello! I’m Angie
I have specialized training in the areas of recovery and trauma. My husband and I reside in Northwest Arkansas with our three kiddos, about whom we are crazy! My greatest desire as a therapist is to give you the space to tell your story, help you identify your struggles, and then move forward toward healing.
Getting Started is Easy
Send Me a Message
Tell me the nature of your issues and the kind of therapy you’re looking for.
Request an Appointment
I’ll let you know how quickly I can get you scheduled.
We’ll meet at my office so I can hear your story and see how I can help.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much will counseling cost?
That depends on the kind of insurance you carry and the kind of needs you have. I do attempt to be as affordable and competitive as possible.
Do you accept insurance?
Yes. As a fully licensed therapist, I do work with the most common insurance companies.
Is it possible to save my marriage?
I can’t ever make promises that your marriage will survive or thrive. What I can promise is that I will work with you closely to weigh all of your options and to do all that you can to restore health and vitality to your relationship.
Does talking to someone really help?
You probably already know the answer to this. Yes, sharing the story of your trauma and having a dialog about the best ways to move forward definitely helps.
How long will I need to see a therapist?
That all depends on the nature of the issues you’re facing. Sometimes, counseling has an end goal in mind and other times, ongoing, regular conversation with a trained professional is needed.
Is counseling confidential?
Absolutely. Confidentiality is one of our strongest commitments, as long as you are not intending to harm yourself or others.
Ask a question or book an appointment below.
For emergencies call 911 or visit your nearest hospital.