Psychotherapist Kristen McGrew Now Seeing Patients at Sherwood Family Medical Clinic

SHERWOOD, Ark. – As part of Baptist Health’s new satellite behavioral health program, psychotherapist Kristen McGrew will begin seeing patients and providing counseling services at Sherwood Family Medical Clinic this week.

A licensed professional counselor, McGrew offers individual, group, family and couple’s therapy, crisis and grief counseling, substance abuse counseling and referrals for continued mental health care. She provides service to both adult and children three days a week at the clinic, which is located at 1308 Kiehl Ave in Sherwood.

McGrew received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and her master’s degree in counseling from Henderson State University. She went on to earn her doctorate in counseling psychology from Argosy University in 2012.

Before joining the Baptist Health team, McGrew was a therapist in the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences’ substance abuse treatment center, the UAMS women’s mental health center, the child diagnostic unit and the hospital’s women’s inpatient unit for the past three years.

McGrew is nationally certified and a member of the American Counseling Association. To learn more about the counseling services offered by McGrew at Sherwood Family Medical Clinic, call 501-332-1012.

With more than 175 points of access including eight hospitals, Baptist Health is committed to delivering All Our Best in healthcare to the people of Arkansas.