Sherri is a Licensed Certified Social Worker. She is originally from AR but over the last 15 years has moved often with her husband and family due to his career in the U.S. Army. Upon his upcoming retirement, Sherri and her family have made Northwest Arkansas their home and are hoping to give to a community her passion for serving and helping others in need as they have done throughout her husband’s career.Read more
Carrie is a board-certified music therapist with a Masters degree in Music Therapy from Drury University. She has been practicing music therapy since the summer of 2010. She is the owner and therapist at Music Therapy of Northwest Arkansas with an office at Cardinal Care Center.Read more
Mindy is a Licensed Certified Social Worker with a Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology and Sociology with a minor in Counseling from Southwest Baptist University in Missouri. Mindy is the founder of Charis Counseling, PLLC. Charis, the Greek word for grace, is symbolic of the mission of Charis Charis Counseling. At Charis Counseling the hope is that self awareness will breed growth in a setting where grace and truth abound.
Jacquelyn is so thrilled to be working with the community and providing Dyslexia Therapy. She has spent three years working with students with Dyslexia in her school district. She will be taking her national test in November to add CALT to her license. A CALT is a certified academic language therapist.
"I feel that a good therapeutic relationship is the foundation of personal change and emotional healing. Trust, connectedness and mutual respect are imperative characteristics of a healthy therapeutic alliance. I believe we are made up of mind, body and spirit, and a holistic approach is the best approach for psychological, emotional and spiritual healing. Person Centered is my basic approach and I use CBT, EMDR for most all therapeutic needs. I assess needs and strengths of an individual and develop a plan of objectives to be addressed through various methods.
Adrienne is beyond ecstatic to get the opportunity to work as an intern counselor. She greatly values the opportunity to counsel those who do not have insurance or the out of pocket money that will cover a licensed counselor. In 2015, Adrienne graduated from John Brown University with a Bachelor's of Science in Family and Human Services and two concentrations in Child and Adolescent Development and Pre-Counseling. Following undergraduate, Adrienne started to pursue a Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Over the last 2 years, Adrienne has gotten the chance to work with Adolescence and Adults struggling with substance use through an Alternative Learning Program and Decision Point. Currently, Adrienne has been at the Cardinal Care Center since may and enjoys getting the opportunity to work with a variety of clients.