Dr. Short is a Licensed Psychologist. She specializes in working with women, children, and families. She is also trained in forensics and court custody. She loves working with women who struggle finding their individual purpose. She is trained in working with significant trauma, family relationships, mother and daughter relationships, anxiety, depression, ADHD, behavior problems, reactive attachment disorder, and Autism. Dr. Short incorporates assessment into her therapy, which allows her to gain unique information to build a client's treatment plan. In addition, testing aids in providing helpful information for medication management. Dr. Short is a faith-based Psychologist. She values the role spirituality plays in daily growth and healing. She uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Narrative Therapy. She is the owner of TAC.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I am also trained in Brainspotting. For the past five years I have worked closely with adolescents and families in a variety of settings. I utilize a strength based approach to assist in identifying and building on assets. My main focus is providing a compassionate, supportive atmosphere to all clients. I work with all ages. What is Brainspotting Therapy (BSP)? BSP is a powerful focused treatment method that works by identifying, processing and releasing core neurophysiological sources of emotion/body pain, trauma, dissociation and a variety of other challenging symptoms. Where you look affects how you feel. Brainspotting locates points in the client's visual field that help access unprocessed trauma in the subcortical brain. Brainspotting was discovered in 2003 by David Grand, Ph.D.
Lauren McKnight is an experienced Licensed Psychological Examiner. She is independently licensed. Her passion is working with children and families. She has over 10-years of experience doing therapy and assessment with children ages 4-19 and their families. In her spare time, she enjoys being outside with her four boys and fiancé. She also loves cheering on the Razorbacks.

Michelle has been working at TAC since 2015. She is amazing at her job! She is able to help you figure out your insurance plan/coverage. She also knows about every service TAC offers. She loves her family, coffee, chick-flicks, camping, eating at fancy resturants, and walking. She is passionate about God and Self-Care.

Lauren Watts is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Lauren is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT). She is also a certified Infant Mental Health Provider. As a therapist, Lauren has seen all age groups. However, for the past 6 years, she has seen primarily elementary and preschool age children and their families. Lauren's passion is helping to strengthen the relationship between caregivers and children, increasing caregiver’s skills in approaching their child’s challenging behaviors more effectively, helping children heal from trauma and educating caregivers on the effects trauma has on children. She does this while providing a supportive, nonjudgmental environment. Lauren also implement play therapy techniques as play is a child’s way of learning, communicating, exploring and healing. What is TF-CBT and PCIT? TF-CBT is an evidence based treatment designed to help children and adolescents as well as their families overcome the negative effects of trauma. PCIT is an evidence based treatment designed to enhance the relationship between caregiver and child through interaction and to provide education to caregivers regarding more effective parenting skills which in turn, increases the child’s compliance.
My name is Tia Morris, and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). I graduated from Southern Arkansas University in 2016 with a Master of Science degree in Mental Health and Clinical Counseling. I provide individual and family therapy services. I have experience in outpatient, day treatment, crisis, and residential treatment settings. I work with children, adolescents, adults, and couples. I am trained in TF-CBT (Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing), and TA (Technology Assisted Counseling). I believe everyone is capable of change. Meaning, we are capable of overcoming difficulties and becoming the person we want to be in order to live the best life possible. Change allows us to grow in all aspects of our lives. Everyone makes mistakes, but these mistakes do not define who we are as a person. Life is hard. It is okay not to be okay. It is okay to not know what to do. This is where therapy comes into play. I am here to help you overcome these difficult moments so you are able to live the best life possible while being the best version of yourself. Therapy is a safe haven that allows vulnerability, expressiveness, learning, awareness, exploration, discussion, processing, and openness. I tell people all the time that therapy isn’t always butterflies and rainbows, there are going to be difficult moments, but there are also going to be moments of enlightenment and insight, these are the moments I live for. These are the moments when change occurs and lives are transformed. We might laugh and we might cry, but we will get through it together. ‘Helping one person might not change the whole world, but it could change the world for one person’-Anonymous