Encompass Health offers a range of services for infants through adults to address emotional, cognitive, and behavioral concerns. We are committed to offering individualized evidenced-based services in a respectful, welcoming, and confidential setting.
Lisa Fitzgibbons, Ph.D.
Dr. Fitzgibbons graduated with her doctoral degree in clinical psychology (Ph.D.) from the University of Tulsa in 1999. Since then she has worked as a practicing psychologist, statistician, teacher, and researcher in a range of settings with children, adolescents, and adults. She is licensed to practice in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Dr. Fitzgibbons conducts psychological evaluations with toddlers, children, adolescents, and adults. Her clinical interests include cognitive behavioral interventions for addressing anxiety, stress, mood disturbance, and eating disordered behavior. Dr. Fitzgibbons has completed intensive training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and offers DBT Skills Groups for adolescents and adults, as well as individual therapy for clients in need of this specialized intervention. She is committed to helping clients realize their personal goals.
Tara Cole, Ph.D.
Dr. Tara Cole graduated in 2008 with her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Arkansas. She completed her predoctoral internship with the Oklahoma Health Consortium in Norman, OK. During this time she completed training at the Cleveland County Child Guidance Clinic and both University of Oklahoma student counseling centers. Since completion of her training, Dr. Cole has worked in private practice providing psychological evaluations and therapeutic services for children, adolescents, and young adults. She is committed to evidence-based practices and builds on personal strengths and individual assets to help families and individuals improve behavior, mood, and day-to-day life. Dr. Cole specializes in the treatment of disruptive behavior disorders in young children, as well as the treatment of anxiety disorders across the age range. She has received additional training in the treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and childhood trauma.
Christa Campbell, LAMFT, LAC
Licensed Associate Marriage & Family Therapist, Licensed Associate Counselor
Christa is passionate about working with children, adolescents, and families. She is excited to work with each client to help them realize their personal and relational strengths and resources. Christa holds a Masters' degree from John Brown University in Marriage and Family Therapy and Community Counseling, with an emphasis in Play Therapy. Her undergraduate degree is in Children and Family Ministry from John Brown University. She has additional training in advanced play therapy techniques, sand tray therapy, family play therapy, trauma work, and attachment therapy (including certification in Trust Based Relational Intervention and Theraplay).
Erika Nielsen, MS, LAMFT
Erika holds a Masters' degree from John Brown University in Marriage and Family Therapy with emphasis in Play Therapy, and additional training in EMDR. She is a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist in Arkansas, working with children, adolescents and adults, individually or with their families, on a wide-range of issues. She uses evidence-based practices that emphasize cognitive behavioral strategies when working with her clients. Erika has experience with diverse cultural backgrounds, and speaks English, Portuguese and Spanish.
Alison Tait, Ph.D.
Dr. Tait graduated with her doctoral degree in clinical psychology (Ph.D.) from Florida State University in 1992. She completed a postdoctoral fellowship in child psychology from the University of Kansas School of Medicine, Wichita in 1993. Dr. Tait worked as a psychologist in a medical clinic and in private practice in Grand Forks, North Dakota for 23 years prior to moving to Arkansas. She provides psychological services to children (age 5 and older), adolescents and young adults including individual counseling, family counseling, parent training and psychological evaluations. Dr. Tait’s clinical interests include treating stress and adjustment problems, depression, anxiety, ADHD, and other behavior problems. Her treatment focus is on collaborating with clients and families to emphasize strengths and creativity while providing treatment interventions that are evidence-based and primarily cognitive-behavioral in orientation.
Marty Witucki, Ph.D.
Dr. Marty Witucki graduated in 1993 with his doctorate in clinical psychology (Ph.D.) from the University of North Dakota. Prior to moving to Arkansas, Dr. Witucki worked as a clinical psychologist in private practice providing psychological services to children, adolescents, and adults. He consulted and provided evaluations to school systems, Head Start, and taught at the UND School of Medicine. Dr. Witucki provides therapy and conducts psychological evaluations with all ages. He enjoys working with individuals, families, and couples. His therapeutic style is primarily cognitive behavioral. His goal is to help individuals understand challenges, overcome obstacles, and achieve desired outcomes. He has experience working with ADHD and other behavior disorders, mood and anxiety disorders, as well as trauma and adjustment issues.
Dianne works as the office manager and coordinator. Dianne grew-up in Northwest Arkansas and graduated from Hendrix College. For most clients, Dianne will be their first contact with the office. She works to collect intake information and answer each client’s questions about our services in a friendly and helpful manner.