Amy Fisher

Amy grew up in Massachusetts. She has been an elementary teacher for 20 years and has a BSE and Master’s in Reading. She is currently working on a dual Master’s at Harding University for School Counseling and Clinical Counseling. She would like to work with people who suffer from grief, anxiety, depression or who have experienced trauma in their lives. 

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Karen Murray

Karen has lived the first half of her life in Southern California and the second half of her life in Northwest Arkansas.  She is currently a graduate student in the Marriage and Family Therapy / Clinical Mental Health program at John Brown University.  In addition to her graduate studies at JBU, Karen has participated in Emotionally Focused Therapy training.  

As a therapist, Karen’s goal is to provide a safe, caring, understanding, non-judgmental environment while empowering individuals to grow from hurting to healing. Ultimately providing hope in loving and effective ways.

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Emma Slone

Emma is a Northwest Arkansas native.  She moved out of state for her undergraduate studies at Pepperdine University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology as well as a certificate in Dispute Resolution.  She moved back to Arkansas after graduating in April 2017, and a month later she married her “childhood sweetheart.”  That fall, she began working toward her Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at John Brown University.  Most of her experience has been with children, who she loves working with and investing in.  She hopes to work with other ages and populations as well, and she believes that while people are all burdened and broken in their own individual ways, there is hope and healing for everyone.  Her goal as a therapist is to help her clients experience this healing and hope.

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Rodney Fry

Rodney is currently working on his master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy at John Brown University with targeted completion in December 2019.

Fry, originally of Mountain Home, Arkansas, received his BS from Central Baptist College in Conway and went on to gain his Masters from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, MO. Fry is married and has six children.

He enjoys working with individuals, couples, children, groups and families. Sometimes difficulties arise in life, asking for help can be challenging and overwhelming to take that first step. Rodney takes pride in being able to provide a safe, non-judgmental environment where he can work alongside you overcoming obstacles so that you can live your life as you were meant to be.


Nathan Nelson

Nathan has lived most of his life in the Northwest Arkansas area. He is currently a graduate student working toward his master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at John Brown University, where he also earned his Bachelor of Science degree.

As a therapist, Nathan would like to work with individuals, couples, and groups, especially those experiencing grief, anxiety, depression, or addiction.

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Tonya Madsen

Tonya grew up in Nixa, Missouri.  She has worked in both elementary and secondary settings as a teacher and school counselor for over 30 years.  She is also certified as a Special Education Instructional Specialist, Dyslexia Therapist, AutPlay and is EMDR trained.  She is currently completing an advanced internship and seeking to complete an Ed.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Harding University.  Tonya is client-centered and believes that the quality of the relationship is the foundation of a successful counseling outcome.  Her goal is to provide a safe environment that allows for each person to feel accepted, heard and understood.  Tonya is committed to partnering with you to assist in the exploration and attainment of your personal counseling goals.