Our team of caring and professional therapists
Charlie is a board Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Charlie obtained a Master’s degree in Applied Psychology as well as a Bachelors degree in Psychology. His approach is systemic meaning we are who we are for a purpose and it's up to us to understand that purpose.
Charlie is an experienced therapist specializing in relationship dynamics in a group, marriage and/or family setting. Charlie has a passionate, nonjudgmental, and systemic approach to people’s hurts and has the experience to navigate the couple to wholeness.
When not working, Charlie enjoys spending time with his wife and son and leading the Single's Ministry at church. You can catch Charlie on Fox 16 and THV 11 segments on Relationships each month.
Bill J. Carpenter is completing his Marriage and Family Therapy degree at John Brown University and expected to graduate in May 2016. Bill is passionate about helping couples gain the relationship they’ve lost or maybe never had. He works from a systemic perspective that views personal well-being as greatly affecting all of our relationships. Bill is completing advanced training in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT), an evidence-based method of helping couples and families. He uses this approach to work with individuals, couples and families to overcome anxiety, depression, stress triggered from relationships, work, school, and other concerns. He understands the special needs of those who have broken relationships, financial ruin, divorced, and addicted in any way. Bill has served twenty years in the United States Air Force as both an officer and enlisted. Bill is able to integrate spirituality into sessions, if desired.
Casey Jo Myers is a student at John Brown University where she is working on her Graduate degree(s) in Marriage and Family Therapy, Clinical Mental Health and Play Therapy. She is a native Arkansan who loves to help couples over the hard times and into the good times. Casey has two sons and enjoys spending time with her family and her 88 year old mother as well as playing with her rescue dogs and cats. In her spare time she is an actress at the Rialto Theater in Morrilton and at the Faulkner Academy of the Arts in Conway. Becoming a counselor has been her life's goal and she is so excited to work with couples and individuals at Arkansas Relationship Counseling Center.