Jodie Tipton, LPC, Founder, Executive Director
Rate: $200/intake (initial) session, $175/45-50 minute session thereafter (Out of Network)
Location: Rogers, AR
Phone: (501) 428-0935
Email: [email protected]
Telemental health (HIPAA compliant video counseling) certification.
Jodie holds Master’s degrees in both Marriage and Family Therapy and in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, from John Brown University.
Jodie is a Licensed Professional Counselor (AR P2109013), specializing in treating grief, stress, trauma, sexual addiction, affair recovery, adoption and attachment issues, anxiety, and depression. She specializes in treating adult clients who want to overcome enmeshment and create the marital relationships they desire.
She works with adults, individuals, and couples and offers intensives to help clients jump start their healing.
Jodie works in collaboration with her clients to help them to resolve family of origin issues, trauma, and addictions. She often utilizes EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) with individuals experiencing adverse effects from grief or other painful life experiences. She is a CSAT (Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist). She works with clients who are struggling with pornography and other sexual issues, and their partners. As a Certified Multiple Addictions Therapist (CMAT), Jodie assists individuals and couples working through the struggles of multiple addictions: including chemical addictions, addiction interaction, cross-addictions, process addictions, eating disorders, and/or financial issues. Jodie is a Certified Partner Trauma Therapist (CPTT) Candidate and works with partners who have been harmed by the abuse of deception and betrayal. She is trained in Sexual Reintegrative Therapy (SRT) to help couples create or restore the healthy sexual relationship they desire. Jodie is IFS (Internal Family Systems) Informed.
Together, we can work to resolve maladaptive behaviors that have stopped serving you well in experiences of abandonment, rejection, and/or repeated invalidation. I have a special heart for helping people heal.
Jodie has been a guest speaker for the HOPE Conference in Little Rock.
Jodie and her husband have been married for 26 years. They have four adult sons. In her spare time, she most enjoys time with family and being outdoors.
“Have you ever wondered why you feel so guilty all the time; even when you’re not doing anything wrong? If so, I can help. If you are feeling lost and struggling, I’m confident that I can help you discover what brings happiness to your life. With the right therapy, there is always a way to address the issues you face and to help you both right now and in the future.
I am committed to continually expanding my understanding on age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, spirituality, and people who are physically different than me, in an effort to be knowledgeable and informed. My goal is to provide the highest level of ethical clinical care in supporting clients. My intentions will continue to reflect my dedication and commitment toward diversity, equity and inclusion with respect and compassion for every human being I am honored to treat. I want to honor where each client is at and the perspective they bring.” -Jodie
Jodie is no longer seeing clients at the Conway location due to a recent move. She currently has availability via virtual appointments throughout Arkansas and in-person availability in Rogers. If you would like to set up an appointment, or if you would prefer a referral in Central Arkansas, she is happy to help you with that. You may contact her via email at [email protected] or call/text her at (501) 428-0935 and she will get back with you as soon as possible.