Invicta Counseling Now Serving Siloam Springs!

Invicta Counseling Now Serving Siloam Springs!
Invicta Counseling Now Serving Siloam Springs!
Invicta Counseling Now Serving Siloam Springs!
Invicta Counseling Now Serving Siloam Springs!
Invicta Counseling Now Serving Siloam Springs!

The Siloam Springs Chamber of Commerce is happy to welcome Invicta Counseling to Siloam Springs and the Chamber family! Invicta Counseling is one of the two counseling agencies that is owned by Amy Rusk in the area and was opened on January 1st of this year. Amy’s other practice is located in Westville, Oklahoma and has been there for seven years. “I have always wanted a private practice in Siloam since that is my hometown. When my friend put in Prime Care Medical, she asked me to join to assist with meeting mental health needs in Siloam. It ended up being a perfect beginning to Invicta Counseling” said Amy.

Amy works with individuals as well as families and has a vision to help people reach their best potential! Amy has worked in the mental health field for nineteen years and has also worked with a myriad of diagnosis. She specializes in trauma/PTSD, grief, and loss. Amy also does cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), and Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART). When asked about her education and training Amy explained “working first for three years with my bachelors in Psychology that I received from John Brown University. I ended up with my Master’s degree in Community Counseling/Marriage and Family Counseling in 2005 I have worked in a therapeutic capacity since then”. Amy has been married for seventeen years to Adam Rusk. He has been with the Siloam Springs Fire Department for about twenty-four years. Amy and Adam stay busy when not working by tending to their farm and their four children!

Amy’s goals for the future are to continue doing what she needs to do to keep helping as many people as she can. She is constantly continuing her education in order to find the best therapy and techniques to help others. To find more information about Invicta Counseling’s you can visit their website here or find them on Facebook or Instagram @invictacounseling. You can also contact Amy through arusk@invictacounseling.com or 479-220-2337.