Dr. Barry Wingfield - March Clinician of the Month

Hi friends! Today we want to introduce Dr. Barry Wingfield, PhD LPC-S LMFT-S, our March Clinician of the Month! Dr. Wingfield is originally from North Little Rock and currently works with Good Company Counseling of Little Rock at the Care Clinic.

What are some of your hobbies? 

Hanging out with my wife is hobby #1! I enjoy sports, running, Crossfit, other outdoor stuff I can get into. I love to read history, mainly WWI, WWII, and Biblical history. 

How did you get into the field? 

I worked in ministry for several years and felt the need to add clinical training to what I was doing. That led to full-time clinical work and eventually into teaching at the graduate level.

What practice are you associated with and what are your licenses/education? 

I work out of the Care Clinic at John Brown University. I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and a Licensed Professional Counselor. I have license specializations in Technology-Assisted Counseling and in Supervision of beginning counselors.

What is your specialty? 

My practice specialties are in the areas of marriage therapy, sex therapy, and affair recovery.

Do you have any unique method of treatment? 

Not many have specialized in dealing with specific sexual issues in our area. I collaborate with the only Vulvar Pain clinic in Arkansas at UAMS and am involved with specialized post-grad training in Atlanta each year. I work with male and female issues of sexual functioning as well as enriching sexual intimacy in couples. 

Why did you choose to become a part of the GetTherapy.com network, and how have you seen the benefits? 

I want to support local networks of therapists. The national networks are great, but local is better!

 

Thanks to Dr. Wingfield for taking the time to talk with us. As always, reach out to him with your questions and ideas! Learn more at his website; http://dr-barry-wingfield-phd.business.site/. Let us know if you’d like to be featured!

 

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