Who We Are

— Our Team —

Ada Floyd, MS, LPC

Ada Floyd, MS, LPC

Ada has been a Licensed Counselor since 2015, after completing her Master’s Degree from University of Arkansas. She has completed specialized training in EMDR and Ego State Therapy to assist her in specializing with adults and adolescents with PTSD, trauma, and grief. She also specializes in working with the LGBTQ+ community, including working with individuals who are seeking hormonal or surgical transitions.

Jackie Scarborough, PhD, LPC

Jackie has been a Licensed Counselor since 1994, after completing her Master’s Degree from the University of Central Arkansas. She also completed her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision in 2014. While working with various ages and issues, Jackie’s passion is working specifically with adolescents and adults struggling with depression, anxiety, and self-worth. She also has experience working with PTSD and anger issues.

Robin Jackson, MS, LPC

Robin Jackson, MS, LPC

After earning a Master’s degree from John Brown University in 2019, Robin became a Licensed Counselor. Although she is equipped to work with a variety of issues, she has a passion for helping those affected by traumatic experiences. Robin’s training in EMDR and Ego State help clients of all ages with life changing events. She also has years of experience using Child-Parent Psychotherapy to help repair and create healthy relationships between caregivers and their children ages zero to six.

Becca Whitson, MS, LPC

With a Master’s Degree from John Brown University, Becca has been a Licensed Counselor since 2013. She works with a variety of ages and issues, but she has spent years working specifically with young women as they face the unique challenges of early adulthood. She’s also experienced in grief counseling as well as adoption issues, with extensive training in foster care and adoption trauma. Becca is trained in Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), an evidence-based practice that combines the enormous power of eye movements to allow voluntary changes in the client’s mind with well-established therapies like Gestalt and Guided Imagery.
James Gattis, APRN

James Gattis, APRN

James began his work in mental health as a Registered Nurse in 1995 and began practicing as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in 2010. Providing medication management to patients age 18 and up, he brings compassion and experience to our practice to meet an immediate need in our community.
Sarah Gibbons

Sarah Gibbons, MS, LPC, RPT™️

Sarah earned a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from John Brown University in 2017. She is a Registered Play Therapist™ often working with children, adolescents and their families. In addition, she is a supervisor for new counselors and an adjunct professor at Arkansas Tech Ozark. She is experienced with many developmental needs, such as ADHD, trauma, and adjustment to divorce, to name a few. Across the lifespan, she is skilled in EMDR useful to treat many types of traumatic experiences. With all of her clients, she uses a person-centered approach, believing that each of us holds the key to our own growth and healing.
Marsha Kinsey

Marsha Kinsey, LPC, LAMFT

Marsha has been a therapist since 2020, graduating from John Brown University with a Master’s in both Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy. Marsha enjoys working with adult women who are experiencing anxiety, depression, and trauma-related struggles. She also enjoys working with couples to help build stronger relationships and improve communication.
Kristy Cox

Kristy Cox, Graduate Intern

Kristy is currently attending John Brown University working on her master’s degree in the graduate counseling program. What drew her to counseling is a desire to help others work through life challenges. She is committed to helping those she works with live full, happy, and healthy lives as they process and work through issues that may be holding them back. She wholeheartedly believes that people should be met where they are, and therapy should be tailored to each client’s unique and individual needs. It is her hope to collaborate with you through the therapeutic process to help you attain these goals.
Ashtyn McCain

Ashtyn McCain, Graduate Intern

Ashtyn is currently a graduate student at the University of Arkansas, attaining her MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She will be graduating in 2024 with goals to become a Licensed Professional Counselor and Registered Play Therapist. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults using a Gestalt approach, as well as child-centered play therapy with younger children. Ashtyn utilizes a holistic viewpoint with clients’ health as we collaborate to form and achieve goals.