Couples–there is a way to find the key to your mate’s heart. No matter how far you have drifted apart, if you want to have a great relationship, and are willing to work with Dr.Tom, you will be amazed at the results. You hold some keys that might surprise you!
Call for your confidential visit with Dr.Tom at his Fort Smith, Arkansas office. directions
Rates below standard rates–office visits are just $95 per session, and a payment plan is available. You may qualify for a lower rate on our sliding fee scale too!
Call the receptionist at 479 452-3466 during office hours Monday-Friday, 8-5, or email anytime to schedule your Fort Smith appointment. Dr.Tom sees clients daytimes and evenings, for your convenience.
“I treat every client with respect and understanding–no matter what your problems are. I believe that every person is precious in the eyes of God, and together we can get you to a place of stability, harmony and peace.” –Dr.Tom
Old fashioned accessibility:
Dr.Tom wants to be accessible to his clients, and gives them his personal phone number and email address, so they feel they have someone to reach if there is a crisis!
He brings 30 years of experience in Christian counseling and Christian ministry to your counseling or coaching sessions, so you can be sure of his compassion and confidentiality. (Dr.Tom also counsels persons of other faiths; you do not have to be a Christian.) He is competent and licensed to do general counseling in the state of Arkansas.
Do you have frustrations and misunderstandings that have brought unhappiness and disharmony? Call today for your confidential appointment; you too can have a “happily ever after” story!
You owe it to yourself and to those you love to at least explore the benefits counseling can bring to your situation. It isn’t money spent, it is money invested in your happiness. Call now: 479 452-3466 or email. You will be glad you did.
What do you need help with?
- parenting and family problems
- premarital counseling
- conflicts over money
- divorce and remarriage, blended families
- boredom, anxiety or depression
- low esteem
- career and workplace issues
- lack of affection
- underlying resentment
- poor communication
- little to no sex in marriage
- abuse and addictions
- anger management
- other life issues