Charles Nichols, Psy.D. - Clinical Psychologist
Jennifer Henson - Billing and Accounts Manager
Dr. Nichols established FPC in 2000 with the goal of providing generalist psychology services in a comfortable, family-centered atmosphere. Dr. Nichols earned a master's degree in counseling (Marriage and Family Therapy) from Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in 1995 and his doctoral degree in psychology (Clinical Psychology) in 1999 from Forest Institute of Professional Psychology. He has worked with clients in many settings, including acute psychiatric units, residential facilities, private practice, and correctional institutions. His interests are in ADHD, learning disabilities, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and forensic assessment. He is a member of the Allied Health Staff at North Arkansas Regional Medical Center and a Clinical Training Director for Heart of America Psychology Training Consortium.
Mrs. Henson is a native of the Harrison area and has been at Family Psychological Center since 2004. She manages our office with skill and efficiency and specializes in insurance filing and accounts receivable.
Ms. Jones joined the office staff of Family Psychological Center in January 2015 . She expertly handles the daily clerical duties at our office, greets patients, schedules appointments, and coordinates communications with our referral sources and clients.
Phil Brown, Ph.D. - Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Brown joined Family Psychological Center as an adjunct staff psychologist in 2009. He provides clinical supervision to predoctoral psychology interns and currently also works in private practice. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Brown enjoys providing psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults and has previously worked in a variety of settings, including community mental health and inpatient psychiatric settings.
Kara Jones - Office Manager
Dr. Marschall earned her doctorate in psychology from the University of Hartford in Connecticut and completed her doctoral internship with FPC in August 2015. She is currently provisionally licensed as a psychologist in the state of Arkansas. Her clinical interests include treatment of sexual and domestic violence, psychological assessment, and mental illness prevention. Dr. Marschall provides secondary supervision to doctoral interns. Her dissertation focused on sexual assault on college campuses and institutional response. In her spare time, Amy enjoys baking, hiking, and making jewelry.
Amy Marschall, Psy.D. - Postdoctoral Resident
Alyssa Hoffman, M.A. - Doctoral Psychology Intern
Alyssa Hoffman is a doctoral student at the University of Indianapolis. Alyssa began her internship with FPC in September 2015. Her clinical interests include psychological assessment, therapy with children and their families, and treatment of depression and anxiety. Her dissertation focuses on the relationship between child symptoms and parental chronic pain and depression.
Sara Moore is a doctoral student at William James College. Sara began her internship with FPC in September 2015. Her clinical interests include psychological assessment, legal issues within the field of psychology, and the treatment of mandated patients. Her dissertation focuses on the relationship formed between the therapist and difficult populations.
Sara Moore, M.A. - Doctoral Psychology Intern
Family Psychological Center, P.A.
623 North Walnut Street
Harrison, AR 72601
Confidential Services in a Family-Centered Atmosphere