Empowering Mental Health with Medication: Find Balance, Find Hope
At our psychiatric clinic, we understand that mental health is a crucial aspect of overall well-being. Our experienced team of psychiatrists and healthcare professionals is dedicated to providing compassionate care and personalized treatment plans that may include psychiatric medication to help you find balance and hope on your mental health journey.
Why Choose Us for Psychiatric Medicine?
Expertise: Our psychiatrists are trained and experienced in prescribing psychiatric medication for a wide range of mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and more.
Personalized Approach: We take the time to understand your unique needs, symptoms, and medical history, and tailor medication recommendations to your specific situation, ensuring a customized treatment plan that best meets your needs.
Comprehensive Care: Our clinic offers a comprehensive approach to mental health, combining medication management with therapy, counseling, and other evidence-based treatments to provide holistic care that addresses your mental health from multiple angles.
Collaborative Care: We work closely with you, your primary care physician, and other members of your mental health care team to ensure coordinated and integrated care, optimizing treatment outcomes and promoting your overall well-being.
Compassionate Care: We understand that seeking psychiatric medication can be a sensitive and vulnerable process, and our team is committed to providing a supportive and non-judgmental environment where you can feel heard, understood, and respected.
Take the first step towards finding balance and hope in your mental health journey by scheduling an appointment with our experienced psychiatric team today. We are here to support you in your path to wellness.
Providing you with the best physicians for the best care
Dr. William Clint Kindrick, MD
Dr. William Clint Kindrick is a Fort Smith, Arkansas based psychiatrist with 14 years of experience in Psychiatry. He completed his graduation from University Of Arkansas College Of Medicine in 2009.
Dr. Kristi Kindrick, MD
Dr. Rachel Fiori, MD
Dr. Kindrick has been a resident of Fort Smith with her family for more than a decade and has happily assimilated into the community that she now considers her home. She earned her medical degree from UAMS and completed her residency program in Little Rock. After recognizing a significant need for outpatient psychiatric care in the area, Dr. Kindrick and Dr. William Clint Kindrick opened the Center for Psychiatric Wellness to help fill those gaps.
Dr. Kindrick has a diverse range of professional interests, including geriatric psychiatry and older adolescents. Her greatest satisfaction comes from educating and assisting patients and their families in navigating unfamiliar territories. She firmly believes that CPW offers the most comprehensive psychiatric care in the area and takes pride in being part of an all-star team. Although her availability for new patients is limited, she works hard to assist professionals in the community with complicated referrals.
Dr. Kindrick also believes in taking a multidimensional approach to patient care. She encourages patients to prioritize their physical health, cultivate healthy relationships and social interactions, and engage in various forms of therapy to maximize emotional and mental well-being.
Dr. Fiori, a Fort Smith native, takes great pride in providing general adult psychiatric services in her hometown. She earned her medical degree in 2008 and completed her psychiatric residency in 2012, both at UAMS, and has been practicing in Fort Smith since 2014. In 2021, Dr. Fiori joined CPW as Medical Director, and she is thrilled to introduce new interventional psychiatry treatments for depression. Starting in 2022, NeuroStar TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) will be available, followed by Ketamine therapy in 2023, expanding the range of treatments CPW can offer to its patients
Tiffany Diaz, APRN
Tiffany Diaz is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner who provides outpatient psychiatric services to adults at CPW. Tiffany began her nursing career in 2014 and gained experience working in various units, including the emergency department, cardiac step-down, and geriatric psychiatric units. In December 2020, she earned her Master's in Nursing Science degree from UAMS and joined CPW in the spring of 2021.
Tiffany is a veteran of the United States Army and is passionate about exercise, recognizing its importance for mental health. She was invited to speak at the Arkansas Chapter American Psychiatric Nurse's Association (APNA) state convention in 2020 and the West Central Arkansas Mental Health Counselors State Association in 2022 about the benefits of massage for reducing anxiety and depression and Trauma-Informed Massage. Furthermore, she has developed a nationally approved Trauma-Informed Massage continuing education course for licensed massage therapists.
Mandi Williams, PMHNP, CNP-PC
Mandi Williams is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, specializing in children's mental health from ages 3-18. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Arkansas and completed her Master's in Pediatrics at UAMS before returning to pursue a Master's in Mental Health with a focus on children. Mandi has been practicing since 2016, and her expertise lies in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of psychiatric disorders in children and adolescents. She is dedicated to providing compassionate care and personalized treatment plans to support the mental health needs of her patients.
7217 Cameron Park Dr, Fort Smith, AR 72903