We know that being a teenager can be difficult and that parenting teenagers has some challenges as well. Some of the challenges teens face are a normal part of moving into adulthood; however, there are times when a counselor can help families navigate this transition in a constructive and affirming way.
We offer counseling to help teens and families with:
- Healthy relationships
- Parenting challenges
- Issues of self-image
- Self-destructive behaviors
- Physical and sexual abuse recovery
- Substance abuse
- and other difficult circumstances
TASC provides individual, family, and group counseling at low-to-no cost. Insurance is not necessary.
HOW DOES THE PROGRAM WORK?
If an individual would like to talk to us about participating in our counseling services, they can call our main office line, 479-636-8272, to schedule a consultation with one of our counselors. Appointment times vary. Following a consulation, a recommendation will be made for additional services.
Minors will need to be accompanied to the consultation by a custodial parent or legal guardian to receive counseling services. A referral is not necessary. All counseling appointments are held at 1207 W. Poplar in Rogers.
WHO ARE OUR COUNSELORS?
Dawn Spragg, MS LPC
Dawn has a Master’s Degree in Counseling and extensive experience working with teenagers and their families. Dawn seeks to engage clients in interactive experiences that encourage change
Dwight Pfeffer, Client
Dwight and his two teen daughters came to TASC for help coping with the loss of their beloved wife and mother, Julie, to a battle with cancer. Dwight graciously agreed to share his story including how our services helped support his family through a very painful experience.