The Collective, PLLC

The SoHo Centre

10515 West Markham Street

Little Rock, AR 72205


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The Collective offers a safe place for parents, guardians, and caregivers to talk about their journey caring for a child with special needs.

Women veterans who are struggling to adjust to life after the military or a deployment are encouraged to seek guidance at The Collective

The Collective offers free & affordable presentations to youth, colleges, and corporations on all things related to mental health wellness.




Self Esteem

Anger Management


My Approach

The Collective prides itself on using one of the most effective and proven psychotherapy models available to clients today. It's my belief that most of our clients will benefit from CBT sessions.

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is a psychotherapy that is based on the principle that the way we view a situation has less to do with the situation and more to do with our reaction to the situation itself.

A key factor in CBT is helping clients change their unhelpful thinking and behavior in an attempt to improve their everyday functioning.

Clients can expect to work on ways to solve their own problems as well as identifying unhelpful thought processes. 


About Me

The Collective is the only agency in the state that is dedicated solely to the well being of parents that have children with disabilities and women veteran issues.


I'm Raysha Clark, founder and licensed associate counselor at The Collective.  As a parent of a special needs child and Army combat veteran, I recognized the need in our area for a therapist who understands these unique life situations. I am an advocate, educator, and empathetic listener.  My expertise has been published in Family Circle and other major publications.


At The Collective, you are in a true "no judgment" zone.

Getting Help

Click on the numbers below to take a short quiz to see if you may need help in some of these common reasons for seeking therapy.  Clients often don't know what is "wrong" but they realize something must change.