Charlotte is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Principal Partner/Co-Founder of Creative Counseling Services of NWA. She enjoys working with individuals that are ready for change. Her greatest privilege as a therapist is empowering individuals to make changes in their lives for the better. She is dedicated in working to help you find what is missing or what has gone wrong. Everyone needs someone to talk to, to listen to them, and to accept them as they are, without judgement.
Charlotte provides warmth, understanding and a safe place to explore the issues that may be preventing you from living the life you want or becoming the person, you want to be. Charlotte would love to help you through your life’s journey!
Charlotte is from Northeast Arkansas where she owned a private practice for the past 10 years. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor. She has been working in the mental health field for over 20 years. Charlotte holds an Undergraduate Degree in Social Work and a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Arkansas State University.
Mental health issues such as Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Divorce, Bipolar, Post-Partum and Grief are just a few of the areas she can successfully help you with. Specialties along with Mental Health include working on Women’s and LGBTQ issues and Relationship/Marriage Counseling.
She and her family enjoy spending time in the outdoors, at the lake and camping. Some of her other interest are going junking for great treasures, relaxing, reading a book, and watching sunsets.
Beth Tellez is a Licensed Certified Social Worker (LCSW) and a Principal Partner/Co-Founder of Creative Counseling Services of NWA. Beth has been working in the fields of mental health and psychiatry for 23 years. She has an extensive history of working with people who need extra support when dealing with a multitude of stressors such as depression, anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, stressful adjustments, interpersonal relationship issues, grief/loss, trauma, and self-awareness to name a few.
Beth’s approach in therapy is one of compassion, empathy, and empowerment as she explores unique and individualized coping strategies together with her clients. Her easy approach to topics such as effective communication, challenging thinking patterns, healthy coping, regulation of emotions, and stress management help create a comfortable and informal atmosphere in therapy. Beth’s specialty is helping clients gain understanding of things that keep them “emotionally stuck” and explore alternatives to achieve a healthier and more fulfilled lifestyle.
Beth utilizes a variety of evidence-based approaches to bring about positive change to include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Schema Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Beth is a native of Arkansas, and returned to her home state after living for many years in Texas. She has a daughter in Junior High and a 20-year-old stepson, her “bonus child”, who resides in Texas. Beth enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter exploring the beautiful outdoors of NWA. She also enjoys reading, theater, genealogy research, painting, watching movies, and constantly listening to music.
Stacey is a Principal Partner/Co-Founder of Creative Counseling Services of NWA and the Executive Director/Founder of a nonprofit called The Hit and Run Project. With over 10 years’ experience as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and 20 years’ experience in the mental health and social services field, Stacey uses evidence-based skills combined with a down-to-earth approach. For the past five years, she has worked in Northwest Arkansas providing integrated mental health services to a host of diverse populations. Treatment services include: depression, anxiety, relationship/marital conflict, anger, substance abuse and grief, among others.
Stacey is a Certified Anger Management Specialist and currently is studying for certification as a Grief Counselor. After the tragic death of her son in 2015, Stacey advocated for stricter laws and penalties and co-wrote a bill that became State Law in Missouri in August 2017. Stacey has spoken publicly about her experience and trained others on Traumatic Grief. In July 2018, Stacey earned community service recognition from the Arkansas Naturals and Vold Vision for her work with The Hit and Run Project. Stacey currently works with Arkansas state legislators as an advocate for victim’s rights to improve laws for Arkansas residents.
Stacey graduated in 1995 with a degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Arkansas-Little Rock and has a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Missouri State University. She currently is licensed in Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. Although a recent transplant from Southwest Missouri, Stacey is a die-hard Arkansas Razorback fan. She enjoys traveling, reading and going to the lake with her husband and three teenage sons.
I love to help people relax and become their best self! Dominique Williams began his passion for healing in 2007 when he enlisted in the United States Navy and became a Hospital Corpsmen. A Corpsmen is a combat medic who is responsible for all medical duties on the battlefield, combat triage, basic health check-ups, and first aid. Dominique served 11 years in the Navy which included 6 deployments. During his service, Dominique earned 3 Sailor of the Year awards, 2 Purple Hearts, and The Bronze Star (an award given to Military members for Heroic or Meritorious service in a combat zone.) In 2014 while on deployment, Dominique sustained injuries that forced him to leave his chosen profession. After his military retirement, Dominique chose to move from his home state of Oregon to Northwest Arkansas to care for his paralyzed Aunt who is living with ALS. While caring for his Aunt, Dominique discovered the essential benefit of massage therapy as an additional means of healing others. Dominique attended Blue Cliff College of Massage Therapy in Fayetteville and graduated 9 months later with Honors.
Dominique Williams is 29 years old, and loves sports. His favorite teams are the Baltimore Ravens and the Golden State Warriors. Dominique has deep family ties to Northwest Arkansas. His cousin, Darren McFadden used to play for the University of Arkansas Razorbacks before getting drafted into the NFL. Dominique competed in Track and Field and Judo in the 2004 Olympics Games in Athens, Greece. He also competed in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. To further his love of Sports, Dominique became a personal trainer who specializes in Deep Tissue and Neuromuscular Therapy. He loves working with athletes and others by providing Sports Massage and more! Dominique enjoys hobbies of hiking and target practice when he is not working with clients. New client appointments are available now, so book your therapeutic massage today!
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