Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Tim Boling, Ph.D.

Statement of practice:

Therapy is a highly personal experience and my goal for your treatment is to provide a patient-centered approach to therapy. Much of the initial work in therapy is creating a collaborative working relationship that starts with understanding who you are and what you may need from therapy. Once this has been established the real work begins in helping you to learn how to live your life in a more healthy manner.

My practice is focused in two distinct areas of human behavior: emotional distress and behavioral health. Within my practice working with individuals who are experiencing emotional distress I typically work with patients who are experiencing the following difficulties:

Substance Abuse/Addiction
Marital and Couples Counseling
Men’s issues
Bereavement, grief, and loss
Coping with long term illnesses such as cancer or other debilitating physical problems

For issues of behavioral health I practice from a health promotion and behavioral change perspective. Much of our day to day health is dependent on our ability to follow through with health related behaviors. I believe that many of the barriers we experience are not a lack of motivation but rather are a reflection of the ambivalence or uncertainty we have towards change. I work with patients in this area to resolve ambivalence, increase confidence in the ability to change, and when necessary identify behavioral tools to assist with change. Common behavioral health issues include:

Weight loss or weight management
Smoking Cessation
Increased motivation for exercising or changes in eating habits

Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Certified Consultant in Clinical Hypnosis
National Certified Professional Qualification
National Register for Healthcare Providers in Psychology

Edward C. Kleitsch, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychological Examiner

Dr. Graves has over 25 years experience providing psychological services to women using evidence-based, cognitive behavioral treatment strategies. She earned a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Health Psychology and has been a licensed mental health practitioner in Arkansas since 1979.

Areas of Specialization


  • Adult ADHD
  • Anger
  • Grief Issues
  • Chronic Pain
  • Anxiety and Panic Disorder
  • Depression
  • Stress Related Health Issues


Women are living under increasing stress as they struggle to manage the increasing demands made of them in the 21st century.Women are vulnerable to stress related issues and the development of symptoms of anxiety and mood disorders contributed to by the chronic stress and difficulty juggling the multiple responsibilities they encounter in the workforce and in their personal lives. For optimal psychological and physical functioning, it is important that women learn to identify the role that chronic stress may be in playing in the development of symptoms of anxiety and depression.



Goals of treatment are developed collaberatively between the client and Dr. Graves. Some of the desired outcomes which have been identified by women seeking treatment have included:

  • developing and maintaining a positive self-image and developing a sense of self competency
  • learning more effective ways of communicating and resolving interpersonal conflicts with co-workers, family members, "significant others"
  • setting boundaries in relationships with others
  • learning to take better psychological care of the self to avoid burnout from meeting others needs
  • managing the stress of elder care giving
  • balancing roles of wife, parent, and career professional
  • managing stressful life events which are often unavoidable such as loss of a parent, loss of a spouse, dissolution of a marriage, empty nest syndrome, relocation due to job change, marital conflicts, parenting children and adolescents, loss of a job, menopause
  • managing adult ADHD symptoms which may be impacting roles as a parent, spouse, or employee
  • dealing with the onset of a medical condition which may require changes in lifestyle in terms of diet, exercise, medication compliance and activities of daily living.
  • learning behavioral strategies for managing emotional states such as anxiety, panic disorder, depression, and anger.

Giselle Graves, Ph.D.

Robert B. Doyle, Ph.D.

Meet our clinicians...

Practice areas include:

· Business consultation for growth and development, personnel selection, conflict resolution, executive and personal coaching · Chronic pain evaluations: pre-surgical, pre-implant, disability, and workers compensation
· Bio-behavioral treatment of chronic pain, neuromuscular pain, headaches, fibromyalgia, and gastrointestinal disorders
· Cognitive behavioral evaluation and treatment of anxiety, phobias, PTSD and mood disorders 
· Behavioral treatment for sleep disorders.
· Law enforcement and other public safety officer fit for duty evaluations and critical incident debriefing
· Services limited to adults and older adults
Licensed Psychologist
Clinical Health Psychologist and Director of Clinical Services
Senior Fellow, Biofeedback Certification International Alliance
National Certified Professional Qualification (CPQ)
National Register for Healthcare Providers in Psychology
Licensed Arkansas Psychologist

Board Certified Clinical Neuropsychologist

Director, Neuropsychology Clinic

Gary T. Souheaver, Ph.D., ABPP

Practice areas include:

· Assessment and treatment of mood and anxiety disorders (including posttraumatic stress) 
· Psychological assessment and treatment of chronic pain
· Assessment and treatment of habit disorders (smoking, obesity, etc.)
· Marriage, family, and relationship therapies for adults
· Behavioral Health services for acute and chronic medical diseases
· Sexual dysfunction evaluation and treatment

Practice areas include:

· Neuropsychological evaluations and assessments of adults with brain disorders, including stroke, epilepsy, tumor, and trauma
· Pre-surgical WADA neuropsychological evaluations