Who We Are

Although our counselors are experienced and skilled in working with many different clients and issues, each has her own specialty. Ada Floyd is highly trained in grief, trauma, and physical/sexual abuse. Jackie Scarborough’s passion is working specifically with adolescents and adults struggling with depression, anxiety, and self-worth. Robin Jackson is skilled in working with trauma in all ages as well as helping repair relationships between caregivers and young children. And Becca Whitson has spent years working with young women, adoption issues, and grief.

— Our Counselors —

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 has experience working with anxiety, OCD, and is a certified yoga instructor, trained to use various aspects of yoga in therapy.

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

Robin Jackson, MS, LPC

After earning a Master’s degree from John Brown University in 2019, Robin became a Licensed Counselor after working as a paraprofessional in the field. Although she is equipped to work with a variety of issues, she has a passion for helping those affected by traumatic experiences. Robin is trained in EMDR for all ages. 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.