United States

Don Streit
Clinical Social Work/Therapist

Years in Practice: 30+ Years
School: University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Year Graduated: 1977
License No. and State: C-264 Arkansas

After thirty years of practice as a psychotherapist and twenty years of teaching graduate students my primary goals remain the same: I intend to help clients discover their own strengths and resources. I enjoy empowering clients to confidently utilize their abilities to improve the quality of life and experience healing recovery from crises. An ideal client allows me to work jointly with them in a partnership to enjoy a sense of their own worth and resilience.
I work in the following speciality areas: Anxiety disorders Grief and Loss recovery Hypnosis for healthy eating habits Dreamwork interpretation Sleep disorders Depression disorders
I have an appreciation for the spiritual dimension of a client’s life. I respectfully work a client’s sources of inspiration and their search for meaning and purpose in their world.

(501) 481-1929
New Opportunities, Inc.
124 N. Fillmore
Little Rock, Arkansas
Donita Easley

Years in Practice: 20+ Years
School: Southern Arkansas University
Year Graduated: 1983
License No. and State: P9208016 Arkansas

I see myself as an emotional fitness trainer. I can help you fine tune your communications skills, work on assertiveness, and improve self-esteem. I enjoy couple’s work–helping each learn to understand and meet the other’s needs, therefore enhancing the satisfaction of both. I can help stressed and depressed individuals learn ways to take better care of themselves as they begin to listen to their bodies. I have over 20 years experience as an Employee Assistance Professional, specializing in solution-focused therapy.
I specialize in codependency, marital issues, parenting concerns, communication problems and substance abuse. I offer individual, couples, family and group counseling for adults and adolescents.
I believe that life is a journey–a series of problems–and that talking with an objective listener can help with the challenges encountered along the way.

(501) 825-0960
Austin Easley Associates
100 Ridgeway
Suite 1
Hot Springs, Arkansas
Donna Henry
My name is Donna and I am here to provide a safe and supportive place for you to work on what is important to you. I believe change comes from inside and that support and guidance can help us reach our goals. I approach counseling from a strength-based perspective using cognitive-behavioral therapy and play therapy for younger clients. If you are having difficulty coping with life’s problems, or experiencing a sense of unhappiness, choosing counseling is a brave choice. When we feel in control of our lives and less troubled, we feel better mentally, physically, and spiritually.

I am a Registered Play Therapist with the Association for Play Therapy. Play therapy is an effective, clinically proven tool used in counseling with children to help work though problems that are difficult to talk about. Examples of some issues are depression, self-esteem, school issues, anger, and trauma.
I am trained in Child Centered Play Therapy (CCPT) and Filial Family Play Therapy among others. I have presented internationally on Culturally Competent Play Therapy using Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Adlerian Play Therapy, and CCPT.

Carr Gottstein Building
310 K Street, Suite 200
Anchorage, Alaska
Dr. Kristin Werner
Licensed Counselor
Hypnotherapy is frequently requested in my practice. This modality facilitates change in sensations, perceptions, thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Hypnosis empowers individuals to find healing within and is very effective with a wide variety of medical and psychological conditions such as anxiety, chronic pain, fear, asthma, IBS, PTSD, and self-esteem.

My approach includes blending Eastern and Western somatic modalities with cognitive and trans-personal counselling psychology. With a strong focus on mindfulness, this process allows you to become aware of your thoughts, feelings, and sensations and how they manifest in your body. Somatic psychotherapy differs from traditional psychotherapy in that it explores and relies on the wisdom of the mind-body-spirit connection as a powerful gateway for healing, expanding awareness, and developing resilience.

(970) 315-2375
KW Therapy, LLC
Carbondale, Colorado
Dr. Robin Wachs
Psychologist, PsyD
Welcome! It’s a big step to acknowledge that one could use some help. Whether you’re suffering from depression, anxiety, irritability or some other version of unhappiness or interpersonal conflict, you’ve already taken an important step, by seeking help. Even if you struggle with significant health issues or other difficult life circumstances, you have within you all that you need for greater fulfillment, joy, and empowerment. I will help you gain the understanding, new perspectives and tools you need to harness your own strength! In the process, you will likely feel greater clarity and a whole lot better!

I am a warm, seasoned, excellently-trained psychologist. I help individuals who are feeling unhappy in their lives, with themselves or with their relationships. My specialty area is helping people cope with chronic illness. I virtually always have a few clients with these challenges, while the majority of my clients struggle with other issues.
As a Professional Member of the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA), I have developed expertise in helping others cope with Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and subsequently, with other chronic illnesses (eg. Cancer; Diabetes, …). I’ve seen how pain can initiate growth, and ultimately, strength. This belief guides my practice and optimism.

(203) 257-3875
1177 High Ridge Road
Suite 206
Stamford, Connecticut
Eric Etchison
Licensed Counselor
One of the most important aspects to counseling is working with a therapist that you feel comfortable with. For this reason I offer a free phone consultation to help answer any questions you might have. So, let’s start the journey. Get in touch with me today.

My passion is helping people achieve their goals and address their concerns. But, I know the first step is often the hardest step. For over a decade I have been working with individuals and families obtain their goals. Whether you know specifically what you want to achieve or just know you want something different, we’ll journey through the process together in a respectful, safe and confidential manner.
I specialize in working with school age children and adults experiencing behavioral or mood issues. Each of us are unique individuals and need an individualized approach to optimize our efforts. Using evidence based strategies we’ll develop a plan that utilizes your strengths and takes into consideration your unique situation.

(501) 229-8401
Abound Psychological Services PLLC
8 Shackleford Plaza Road
Suite 201
Little Rock, Arkansas
F Mark Smedley
Art therapist
Providing comprehensive assessment services and short-term counseling for children, adolescents, and young adults. Working with clients with neurodevelopmental disorders (ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Impairments, TBI, Learning Disorders) and/or behavioral health issues (anxiety, depression, transition issues).

Provide comprehensive assessment involving psychological and school neuropsycholgical evaluations with school aged clients (3-22 yrs). Counseling services emphasize evidence based cognitive behavior methods.
Over 25 years of professional psychological services in school and residential settings.

(907) 312-5619
2550 Denali Street, Suite 1608
Glenda S Eversole
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
My goal is to help you understand & resolve emotional distress due to relationship problems, life changes, loss, trauma, and/or the lingering impact of negative life experiences. Having previously been a military spouse for 12 years, I have a unique insight into how to help military families thrive.
Healing the hearts of individuals, couples and families is at the heart of my practice. I love to support & help you build and nurture healthy, positive relationships, resolve painful issues in your past or present, and identify what you want in your life and how you can make it happen.

I love helping you recognize & develop your strengths, improve your relationships, and resolve situations or issues that may be hurting you or your loved ones. Helping military spouses & families thrive within the culture of military life is an important part of my practice. A wealth of life experience combined with clinical training & expertise give me a deeper understanding of your needs and how to best help you. Building a comforting and encouraging therapeutic relationship with you with respect, compassion, and a down-to-earth approach is my foundation for helping you and your family achieve positive growth and change.

(501) 222-7761
Growing Hope Counseling PLLC
217 W Main Street
Cabot, Arkansas
Heather Davalos
Marriage and Family Therapist Intern
Being a Christian is the core of who I am as an individual and I see life through this perspective. With respect of your faith, spiritual beliefs and cultural views I am committed to being a helping hand through the process of change that you seek. A new life is closer than you think.

Is your relationship on the edge? Your relationship may be needing help in working out issues that may be causing stress and making it difficult to connect. I create a space for couples to express themselves while building a strong and satisfying relationship. I also work with women who may be feeling helpless, unwanted, or insecure build their confidence and personal worth. Are you a woman whose days are dragging due to sadness, lack of motivation, or a sense of hopelessness? Your struggles do not define you and I believe you can have the inner strength to overcome these obstacles.

Cornerstone Christian Counseling Services
2904 Fourth St
Ceres, California
Jami Parrish
At some point in life we may question who we are and where we are going. Life transitions become increasingly difficult to navigate as life moves at an ever faster pace. During such liminal and transitional times, we need an oasis to rest and reflect. We need someone to be present with us, to help us slow down and gain perspective. At times, issues from our past sabotage our ability to engage full in the world and life seems to pass by us. Perhaps you feel a longing for something more and need a place of support to sort through the confusion. Perhaps you need a place to help you discover the wisdom awaiting in your heart. This is the essence of therapy. For me, therapy is a process of discernment. It’s a journey to help you be more present to yourself and those around you.

I have experience treating a wide range of concerns including: family of origin issues, grief, loss, anxiety, depression, and addictions – both substance and process addictions such as sexual compulsivity. My graduate and undergraduate studies in neuroscience informs my work, it helps me see how the interaction between psychological, biological, and societal factors impact an individual’s experience and perception of the world.

You deserve a tailored, integrative approach suited to your needs. Together we will build a collaborative, therapeutic relationship to support you in creating the life you want.

4320 N. Campbell Ave.
Suite 226, Tucson, AZ