Tresvil Pack, Ph.D., CRC, LPC

Tresvil Pack, Ph.D., CRC, LPC

Tres is the owner of Restored Life Counseling and counsels here full time. He has experience as a mental health, substance abuse, and rehabilitation counselor. Tres works well with young men seeking a direction in life or who seem to have lost their way and is listed as an ally with Ransomed Heart Ministries. He also enjoys working with people with disabilities, helping them adjust to those disabilities, and planning life after onset of a disability. He is well trained in treating the typical issues of depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and relationship issues and likes helping his clients find a better way of life. Tres has extensive experience in vocational evaluation and testing for adult ADHD and enjoys helping clients learn more about themselves through testing. Tres has held positions such as assistant professor, core faculty, and program coordinator in the college setting. He has served as the director of rehabilitation, chief operating officer, and chief executive officer in both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. Dr. Pack is a licensed supervisor for counselors holding the LAC credential. Tres lives with his wife and son in Conway, Arkansas and attends New Life Church where he has served as a Stephen Minister and life group leader. He values Christian fellowship and is on the leadership team for the Arkansas Band of Brothers where he works to help other men engage in life together and follow Christ. When he isn’t working Tres enjoys time with his wife and son, hunting, fishing, computer games, and hanging out with friends. He typically sees clients Monday through Thursday and holds supervision sessions on Fridays.

Chrystal McChristian, Ph.D.

Chrystal McChristian, Ph.D.

As a child psychologist, Dr. Chrystal specializes in working with children and adolescents who have a variety of social, emotional, and behavioral concerns including: anxiety, depression, anger management, oppositional behavior, ADHD, Autism, and relational issues.  She has extensive education and experience as a psychological examiner and specializes in psychological and psychoeducational assessment for ADHD, Autism, learning disorders, anxiety, depression, and various other emotional and behavioral concerns.

Dr. Chrystal views therapy as a joint collaboration.  Though much of therapy will be directed towards the child, she believes that parents/guardians are an integral part of the therapeutic process.  Collaboration and communication between the psychologist, child, and parents/guardians is essential to effective outcomes and positive results.  

All of Dr. Chrystal’s professional work experiences have been devoted to helping children and adolescents more effectively manage themselves and interact with the world around them.  Dr. Chrystal has experience as a therapist at a community-based mental health agency.

Chrystal typically sees clients Tuesday through Thursday; after school appointments are available.

  • BS Psychology-Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR
  • MS Psychology-Auburn University Montgomery, Montgomery, AL
  • MS School Psychology-University of Central Arkansas, Conway AR
  • PhD School Psychology-University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR
  • Licensed Psychologist by the state of Arkansas

 

Jennifer Henry, RN, LAC, CRC

Jennifer Henry, RN, LPC, CRC

Jennifer is a registered nurse, licensed professional counselor in Arkansas, and a nationally certified rehabilitation counselor.  Her 20 year work history as a nurse and her experiences as a pastor and counselor have equipped her to understand well the spirit-mind-body connection.  She is skilled at uncovering destructive patterns of thought and behavior which work to keep people stuck.  She focuses on helping clients to replace negative thoughts with truth and adjust behaviors to align with their personal growth goals.  Her counseling style is empathetic and engaging.  Jennifer is also trained in healing and freedom prayer and often utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy to help her clients.  She is a graduate of Cloud and Townsend’s Ultimate Leadership Intensive, and draws from many of their teachings and books in her therapy with clients. As a clinical nurse educator, she has worked with clients in various medical settings related to the fields of diabetes, cardiology, and women’s health.  She has served in her local church her entire life and enjoys teaching and mentoring other women.  Most recently, she has pastored and led at New Life Church, alongside her husband, coaching and equipping lay pastors, coaches, and life group leaders.  Jennifer is also a graduate of speaker/writer training by Proverbs 31 Ministry and is available to speak at local nonprofit groups or church settings. Jennifer and her husband have lived in Conway, Arkansas for over 10 years and have 2 young children and 1 quirky dog. To find out more about Jennifer, check out her website.

  • BS Nursing-Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR
  • MA Counseling and Rehabilitation-University of Arkansas at Little Rock, AR
  • Nationally Certified Rehabilitation Counselor
  • Licensed Registered Nurse by the state of Arkansas
  • Licensed Professional Counselor by the state of Arkansas
  • Member Alpha Epsilon Lambda-national honors society of graduate schools

Leah-Carvajal,-LPC

Leah Carvajal, LPC

Life is full of hard moments that sometimes leave us feeling hurt, confused, and helpless. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Leah believes in coming alongside you to provide support, help gain clarity, and work toward your own goals so that you can be the overcoming hero of your story again. By using a Person Centered approach as well as drawing from other approaches such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Reality Therapy, Leah believes in helping you address your struggles from a mental, emotional, spiritual, and behavioral perspective. She has a love for working with teens and adults and has experience in a range of settings and issues including depression, anxiety, anger management, family and relationship issues, substance abuse and addiction, adjustment to life changes, personality disorders, and spiritual issues, and has a special interest in post-partum depression and anxiety and other women’s issues. Additionally, Leah is qualified to discuss issues from a Christian perspective if the client wishes. Leah enjoys spending her time outside of work with her husband Forrest and her little boy Reed and visiting her family back in Oologah, Oklahoma. She is a 10 year member of New Life Church and serves in student ministry and on the worship team in Greenbrier. She currently offers appointments outside of business hours.

  • B.S. Psychology & Counseling from Central Baptist College
  • M.S. Community Counseling from UCA
  • Licensed Professional Counselor by the Arkansas Board of Examiners in Counseling

Seth Latture, LP

Seth Latture, LPC

Seth is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a passion to see couples, marriages, and families recapture a level of solidarity and intimacy within their relationships that may be absent due to an unhealed addiction, family of origin issues, unresolved trauma, chronic distrust, ongoing power struggles, or a style of communication that creates more chaos than clarity time and time again.   Seth received his Master of Art degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Harding University in 2011.  Currently he oversees clinical operations at the Pointe Outpatient Behavioral Health Services here in Conway. For the past three years Seth has also been the resident therapist for the boys home at Soaring Wings Ranch, an organization which specializes in finding adoptive homes for displaced children or reuniting them with their biological families.  Seth utilizes principles and concepts from Family Systems Theory, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, and Narrative Therapy along with an empathetic and strengths based approach, to equip individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to re-story their relationships into the lifegiving and emotionally safe entities they were intended to become.  Seth and his wife have been married for six years and have two kids under the age of 3.  When he is not chasing around toddlers, you can find Seth dissecting Hawg ball and working alongside is wife in the yard.  Seth typically takes appointments on Saturday but can be seen on a limited basis throughout the week.

Amir Rostampour, LAC

Amir Rostampour, LAC

Helping and encouraging hurting people is one of Amir’s greatest passions. He received his Masters of Science in Community Counseling in 2013 from the University of Central Arkansas. He now works as a fulltime College and Young-Adult Pastor at New Life Church of Arkansas. Amir’s naturally motivating, encouraging and life-giving personality exudes in all he does. By celebrating each and every small step towards healing and freedom, Amir helps individuals and families identify wounds, and work towards growth and complete healing in those areas.Teaching individuals practical methods to overcome negative thoughts and emotions is one of the many ways Amir helps his clients. Amir enjoys working with young-adult through adult men and young married couples. He specializes in faith-based issues and growth. In his free time, he and his wife, Bethany, enjoy building relationships with the young adults in their ministry, hosting their closest friends for “game nights” in their home, and vacationing together.

  • MA Community Counseling – University of Central Arkansas
  • BA in Psychology – University of Central Arkansas
  • Licensed Pastor at New Life Church

Marissa Wells, Counselor

Marissa Wells, MS, LAC

Have you ever felt like you needed that extra help to get to where you wanted to go? As a Licensed Associate Counselor, Marissa Wells takes pride in addressing the issues that are most concerning to the client and perhaps some that are not as evident. By using an interpersonal process approach while integrating cognitive behavioral therapy and solution-focused techniques, Marissa will walk alongside you in whatever stage you are in to attain your present and future goals. She has capabilities with a range of ages, but aiding in the development of children and discovering purpose in older adults is of particular interest. Guiding adults and families through parental struggles and end-of-life issues, as well as personality difficulties, food misuse, substance use disorders, family and/or relationship troubles, and other issues can be addressed through Marissa’s therapeutic approach. Marissa enjoys spending time on her farm with her husband, Tyler, and girls, Piper and Briar. Her favorite pastime is enjoying a good cup of coffee with friends or spending time outdoors. She is a member of New Life Church in Greenbrier where she helps other leaders guide people toward financial freedom. Marissa currently offers afternoon and evening appointment times.

  • B.A. in Human Environmental Science
  • M.S. in Mental Health Counseling
  • Licensed Associate Counselor by the Arkansas Board of Examiners in Counseling

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