True Hope Counseling is the Boutique of Mental Health Services in Northeast Arkansas
By Running A Boutique Practice, We Can Ensure That Your Health & Wholeness Are Always Our Main Focus.
We strive to provide quality and individualized services for each of our clients, no matter the age or issue. At True Hope, you are the priority.
Whether you are seeking to make a first appointment or need to hop back into therapy, you will always talk directly to your therapist.
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Seeking therapy for children?
Seeking therapy for Adults?
Therapy for Children 3+
At True Hope, we offer individual therapy for those from ages 3 and up. For the little ones, we offer play and sandtray therapy. While working with the little ones, we offer a way to communicate with their natural language, which is play.
We offer a large, well-stocked play room, as well as a sandtray area to facilitate the child’s communication of thoughts and feelings as well as to help learn skills to improve behaviors.
“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”
- Anais Nin
Therapy for Adults
In addition to serving children, we also offer help for adults. We have had previous success with the following issues:
If you are at your wits in within your relationship and want to seek a way to a better, more fulfilled marriage or relationship, we can help
At True Hope, we have no agenda other than helping both of you be happy together.
Stop dreading the sound of your partner’s voice or wincing at the sight of his car in the driveway. You don’t have to live like that.
Why Play Therapy?
Since we provide specialized play therapy services, many of our clients are children. We have a well-stocked play room, which helps us, as therapists, meet the child where they are, which is in play.
Play therapists believe that play is the child’s language and toys are their words. Through play therapy, a child can naturally work through and express feelings, thoughts and behaviors when words are just not enough or available.