A Compassionate, Patient-Centered Counseling Clinic
Contact Changes Behavioral Health in Wynne, AR
Are you searching for a counselor or psychiatrist in Cross County or the Arkansas Delta region? No matter the challenges you’re facing, Changes Behavioral Health is ready to guide you and support you every step of the way.
Our counseling services are always centered on the individual. We will never turn anyone away that is in need. We accept most insurances and serve all patients regardless of their financial situation. Our counseling clinic is located on 204 S Mississippi in the heart of Wynne, AR.
A sliding fee scale is available and is based on family size and income.
Changes Behavioral Health, LLC, is in compliance with Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act and we provide services without regard to age, religion, disability, political affiliation, veteran status, sex, race, color, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by law.
You don’t need to live with the effects of addiction or mental illness. Help is here.
We all have strong ties to Wynne, AR, and have 30 years of combined experience in the mental health field. We have worked in schools, universities, taught at both bachelor’s and master’s levels, worked in inpatient and outpatient treatment centers, provided assistance at community service organizations, and treated patients in group homes and substance abuse centers.
Brian Shaw, LCSW, LADAC, Messenger House Director, Pirate Captain
- BS Philosophy, Arkansas State University 2002
- Master of Clinical Social Work, University of Tennessee 2007
I like to draw heavily on personal experiences in my practice. As a recovering person, I want to share the knowledge and wisdom I have gained through personal struggles. I am thankful to be here, serving this community in the same office where my father touched so many lives. His spirit is alive in all the work we do here.
Deena Shaw, Ed.S, LPC, CEO, Frank's Mom, Sweetest Wife
- BS Criminology, Arkansas State University 2002
- Education Specialist
- Psychology and Counseling
- Arkansas State University 2009, Professor of Clinical Skills ASU
I have always been a woman of strong faith. I believe that when called upon, our relationship with God is our greatest strength. I am so happy and grateful to be in a place where I can use all that I have been blessed with to help others achieve the happy and fulfilling lives God has in store for them.
Dr. Ng Huyhn, Medical Director, Mousketeer
Alison Shepherd, APRN
Michael miller, LPC
BA Sociology, Henderson State University
MA Rehabilitation Counseling, University of Arkansas at Little
I believe everyone is unique, their lives, their circumstance and
their perspective of their situation. I strive to meet my clients
where they are in their lives in a professional, caring, and
encouraging manner. My counseling style is Cognitive Behavior
Therapy (CBT). I desire to assist people in their personal growth
to be healthier in their thoughts, emotions, behavior, and outlook
about their present and future. I accomplish this by offering an
encouraging environment and teaching techniques to that can be
used in their everyday lives.
Corey Foreman, QBHP, Spiritual Leader, Holiday Coordinator, Secret Friend
Corey Foreman is a humble and native servant of Lee County, Arkansas.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration Degree as well as bachelor and master’s degrees in Christian Counseling. Corey recently graduated with his second masters from Amridge University where he received a Masters of Arts in Professional Counseling. Corey currently serves as a Qualified Behavioral Health Professional at Changes Behavioral Health where he addresses the mental health needs of children and young adults. Mr Foreman is an active member of the Our Story Conference and the Writing for the Soul Workshop Boards of Directors, Board of Directors for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Arkansas Delta for foster children.
Corey is an avid evangelist who has been called to do the work of God. Elder Foreman joined the staff of Kingdom Connections Church in 2005 and became an ordained Associate Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ two years later. He currently serves as Youth Pastor, a position he has held for the past sixteen years. In this capacity, he gives vision and leadership to the church’s most sacred members—its youth. In 2007, Elder Foreman founded Boys II Men, a youth development program that aims to provide tools for youth to explore, expand, and build their faith through education, encouragement, and support. He often times proclaims to the youth that “. . . where you are is not really where you are; but it’s just where you are today.”
In his spare time, he can be found traveling, reading, cooking, meeting new people, planning events and living up to his motto, “I just want to be into what God is up to.”
Will Harris, LAC
Helping people through difficult times is my passion. As I continue to learn and grow in counseling, hope to incorporate the Person-Centered approach into my repertoire. I feel that empathy is the most incredible tool for healing our damaged emotions. I like to sit with my clients in their here and now while experiencing their emotional ups and downs. My scope of practice consists of reaching older adolescents and adults with cognitive and behavioral issues, substance and alcohol abuse, and LGBTQ+ issues. I hope to continue providing positive mental health care throughout my time at Changes and look forward to what the future holds.
Rhonda Bohanon, Licensed Master Social Worker
Assoicates of Arts, Mid-South Community College, 2004 Bachelors of Social Work, Arkansas State University 2005 Masters of Social Work, Arkansas State University 2011
I have always had a passion for working with children and families. I started my career with the State of Arkansas, working as an investigator for child abuse/neglect covering Crittendendoms. I have been practicing as a Mental Health Therapist for the last 11 years. I truly enjoy making a difference and having a lasting impact on the client’s 1 serve. I focus on the positive and work from a strengths perspective. I have a mentoring program (Other Than Pretty, Inc.) mentoring young ladies. I enjoy spending time with my friends and family. I love to travel and enjoy living in the moment. I am also a proud member of the best sorority (Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.).
Samantha Sharp, LPC
It takes incredible courage to seek help when life’s challenges feel too heavy. I believe I am called to help learn and incorporate healthy, restorative skills into their daily lives I enjoy working with children, adolescents, and adults who are interested in learning to cope and heal from issues related to depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, anger, family conflict, and many other life stressors. have a professional career that spans more than 15 years, working in outpatient, residential treatment, and higher education settings where I have been able to help individuals better manage various mental health and stage-of-life issues. I want to build a collaborative, therapeutic relationship with you so that we can walk together to help you become the most functional and content version of yourself. If you are ready for this journey, come see if I can help you discover the healing and peace that is available to us all.
Valisya Coleman, LMSW
“In any situation, you have the right, power and ability to choose your experience” – Iyanla Vanzant. I know many of us face stressors/situations we have no control over. However, we do have the ability to control how we will handle the experience. I would love the opportunity to meet you where you are in any life experience and provide a listening, nonjudgmental environment to develop strategies to enhance your ability to cope with life’s curve balls. I have several years of experience as a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW), with helping individuals develop coping strategies to overcome life stressors. I have had the pleasure to provide therapy in the individual, group, and family format with presenting problems of but not limited too (anxiety, communication skills, anger management, behavioral issues, self-esteem, and social/emotional skills). I utilize the client-centered approach along with other evidence-based interventions. I am currently completing credentials for Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). I provide a humorous yet direct approach, to build the confidence one may need to obtain the change they desire.
I enjoy shopping, reality tv (yes, I know horrible), painting, home décor, traveling, yoga, time with family and friends, and self-care routines.
Wynne High School Graduate 2010
Arkansas State University Bachelor of Social Work – 2014, Master of Social Work – 2017
Alexis Voyles, DIL, Office Manager, Tate's Mom
Alisha Trevino, Billing & Administration
Amanda Fuller, Billing Specialist
Andrea Davis, Administration, Culinary Artist
Ashtyn Muckelberg, Information Technology, Chaos Coordinator
Cameron Jacobs, QBHP
Eleanor Fondren, LMSW
Kathy Hitchcock, QBHP, School Liason, Hornblower
Katie Boles, LPC, Animal Whisperer, True CriMe Expert
Lakesha Jones, QBHP
Zachary Nethercutt, QBHP
Mackalicious Davis, Reception, Grillmaster
Trey Pruiett, QBHP, Hot Nerdy Counselor
Ro Garcia, Chief Financial Officer
Nelda Michael, Quality Control, Compliance, Sailboat Captain
Jeremy Oliver, LMSW, LSU Fan
Amanda Hinkle, Reception & Administration
Lacey Pulley, LMSW
Basil Joiner, QBHP
Lakisha Scott, QBHP
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Monday - Thursday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00PM
Later times may be available by appointment only.