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Learning to Live with Chronic Pain

Everyone deals with pain occasionally, but chronic pain is different.  Chronic pain is defined as pain that lasts for 3 […]

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Controlling Our Lives During a Pandemic

A few years ago I wrote a blog article about ways to control or not control our lives.  In that […]

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Is My Childs Anger Normal?

Is My Child’s Anger Normal?  Intermittent Explosive Disorder Are you wondering if your child’s emotional tantrums and anger is normal?  […]

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Domestic Violence during Covid-19

You can’t watch the news today without hearing updates about Covid-19 and how it is affecting our lives in more […]

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Generalized Anxiety vs. Trauma Based Anxiety

Anxiety is an oversimplified word used to cover an entire group of different types of anxiety disorders. Not all anxiety […]

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How diet can affect depression and anxiety – Gut-Brian training in Fayetteville AR

We are excited to announce that Tammy Kennedy recently attended the Gut-Brain Connection training near Fayetteville! This is a fairly […]

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Expectations – Another Step in Developing Coping Skills

As mentioned in the previous article on Attitude, stress affects every part of our life. We can’t avoid it, so […]

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One Step in Developing Coping Skills – Attitude

Stress affects every part of our life, in both positive and negative ways. We can’t avoid it, so being able […]

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Local Rogers, AR EMDR therapist Sharon Nelson attends International Conference

Sharon Nelson LCSW was grateful to attend the trauma focused EMDR International Conference in Los Angeles, CA, in September 2019. […]

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COVID-19 Update

7/27/20

Dear Valued Clients,

Due to COVID-19, at this time we are seeing clients mostly via telehealth. For your privacy and security, we use the HIPAA compliant encrypted Zoom technology. Many insurance plans are covering telehealth 100% and waiving member cost shares. We are happy to check your benefits for you to see if your plan is participating.

We do have some therapists offering in-office sessions on a limited basis. For your health and safety, we are following CDC guidelines such as wearing masks, taking temperature, social distancing, extra sanitation, etc.

We are here to help, especially during this difficult time. For more information, please call our office at 479-268-4142.