1808 Rose Street
Harvey C. Martin, MD
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- Military Assignments: Chief, Aerospace Medicine RAF, Bentwaters, England 1968 - 1973
- Commander, Bolling AFB Dispensary, Washington D.C., 1973 - 1974
- Chief, Mental Health Service, USAF Regional Hospital - Sheppard AFB, Texas 1978-1986 - Retired with rank of Colonel
- Consultant to Surgeon General in Psychiatry
- Medical Director/CEO - Rose Street Mental Health Care, Wichita Falls, Texas, 1986 - present
- Medical Director - Red River Hospital
- Texas Medical Foundation Reviewer
- American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc., Psychiatry, January 1979
- American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc., Child Psychiatry, February 1990
- American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc., Special Certification in Addictionology, October 1994
- Licensed in Texas, Oklahoma, and California
- Kansas University, B.A., 1963
- Kansas University Medical School, M.D., 1967
- David Grant USAF Medical Center, Rotating Internship 1967-68
- Primary Course Aerospace Medicine, Brooks AFB, Texas 1968
- Menninger School of Psychiatry, Adult Psychiatry Residency, 1974-75
- Langley Porter Neuropsychiatric Institute, University of California, San Francisco, Child Psychiatry Residency, July 1976 - June 1978
Hospital Staff Privileges:
- Red River Hospital, Wichita Falls, Texas
- United Regional Health Care, Eighth and Eleventh Street Campuses, Wichita Falls, Texas
- Health South Rehabilitation Hospital, Wichita Falls, Texas
Membership in Professional Organizations:
- American Academy of Child Psychiatry
- American Academy of Child Psychiatry, Committee on Military Child Psychiatry, 1982-89
- American Psychiatric Association
- Red River Chapter of Texas Society of Psychiatrists, Past President
- Red River Hospital, Past President of Medical Staff, 1989-90
- Society of Air Force Psychiatrists, President, 1983-84
- Southern Psychiatric Society
- Texas Medical Association
- Texas Society of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Secretary, 1986-89; President 1989-90
- Wichita Falls Association for the Gifted, President, 1983-84
Sonja M. Calliste, RN, MSN, PMHNP-BC
I am the mother of two children, Alfred and Ciara. I am the grandmother of two beautiful grandchildren Bryson and Savannah. I was born and raised in Wichita Falls, Texas. I am a member of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church. I enjoy and consider it a privilege to be able to serve and be an advocate for patients with mental illnesses. I find it to be so rewarding to help someone who may be faced with challenges such as psychiatric disorders. Nothing pleases me more than to know that at the end of each day, I have helped make a difference in someone else’s life.
- Licensed Vocational Nurse- 1991-1995
- Registered Nurse 1995-present
- Master Science of Nursing, Advance Practice Certified Family Nurse Practitioner- August 2010
- Rose Street Mental Health- RN MSN CFNP- December 2012-present
- Certified Family Nurse Practitioner- (NTSH) PRN-present
- Adjunct Faculty (Midwestern State University Nursing Program-2012-present)
- Community Health Care Clinic RN MSN CFNP- August 2010-June 2011
- Chickasaw Nations Industries (Sheppard Air Force Base) RN MSN CFNP-June 2011-Septemeber 2012
Student in the Post Master PMHNP (University of Arlington-August 2013- present)
Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas
- Masters Science of Nursing (Advanced Certified Family Nurse Practitioner)
January 2007-August 2010
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing
January 2005-August 2007
Vernon Regional College, Wichita Falls, Texas
- Associates Degree in Nursing
August 1994-August 1995
- Licensed Vocational Nurse Program
August 1989-August 1990
- Sigma Theta Tau (Honor of Nursing Society) 2010 – Present
- Board Member- Early Head Start 2009-2010
Linda Martinez, RN, MSN, PMHNP-BC
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John F. Butler, PhD
Education:B.A. (Sociology) Culver-Stockton College, Canton, MO M.S.W (Interpersonal Practice) The University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Ph.D (Social Welfare) The University of Wisconsin-Madison
Five years at the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family (formerly the Georgetown Family Center)
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker-Approved Supervisor
- Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist-Approved Supervisor
- Licensed Sex Offender Treatment Provider
Clinical Member and Approved Supervisor
- American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy (AAMFT)
- Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA)
Numerous peer-reviewed professional articles, one book chapter and in 2013 an edited book on the origins of family psychotherapy.
Retired in 1999 from the USAir Force. Rank-Colonel. Was Associate Chief for Clinical Social Work for the Air Force Surgeon General from 1995-97 while at Andrews AFB, MD.
Chuck Staats, LCSW
"I like what I do and believe I am good at it. I like to make change fun and pleasant when that is possible and believe it is possible most of the time. I view people as individuals with specific strengths and limitations, who are asking for help to make certain, specific, desired changes in his/her life. I act as if everyone is capable of making their desired changes, within the boundaries of their strengths and limitations and recognize that our boundaries can be expanded or contracted by what one does or does not do, and/or by circumstances.
Parenting has been, and continues to be, one of my most enjoyable and rewarding activities. Although my four children are all adults, and two of them have families of their own, parenting did not stop when any of them became adults, just different."
- Individual, Couple and Marriage Therapy (22 years)
- Clinical Social Worker, Red River Psychiatric Hospital (2 years)
- Clinical Director, Trinity Center, Stephenville, Texas (1 year)
- Director of Professional Training and Community Programming (3 years)
- Juvenile Probation Officer (2 years)
- United States Army Infantry Officer (4 years)
- Master’s Degree, MSSW – Social Work, University of Texas at Arlington, Texas (1977)
- Bachelor of Arts Degree, BA – Psychology, Midwestern State University (1969)
Brandon Arnold, LPC
Too often we encounter stress and challenges in our lives that we struggle to meet and resolve in healthy and constructive ways. As a result, we can become isolated and lonely, panicked and anxious by stress that threatens to overwhelm us, or sometimes just “stuck” and unsatisfied. Perhaps our old ways of coping with life are no longer as helpful as they once were. We may feel unhappy with ourselves, where we are, and the things we do. The good news is that we do not have to go through it alone.
As a client-focused therapist, I am here to genuinely listen to you and help you find your path through your wonderful life – though it may not always seem so wonderful. I have learned and worked in a variety of settings that enable me to help in a multitude of situations. Whether you are struggling with grief, depression, anxiety, chemical abuse or dependency, relationship dysfunction, or anger, I would love to speak with you and find ways to help you perceive and deal these issues effectively so that you can get on with YOUR life - the life that you deserve.
I am from the Wichita Falls area, graduated in 2006 from Midwestern State University with a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, and hold professional licensure to practice Counseling and Psychology in Texas. I have worked extensively in both inpatient psychiatric and outpatient clinical settings and am trained to practice from a variety of therapeutic orientations in order to find what works best for my client’s individual needs.
Monica Mendoza, LPC
- Master of Arts in Counseling
Wayland Baptist University, Plainview, Texas, 2009, GPA 4.0
- Bachelor of Arts in Counseling Psychology
Hawaii Pacific University, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2002, Summa Cum Laude Graduate
- Individual, Group, and Family Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Psychodynamic Therapy
- Person-Centered Therapy
- Integrated Therapy
- Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
Areas of Specialty:
Recent and past trauma, cognitive and behavior modification training, depression, suicidality, anxiety and stress management, anger, mania, hypomania, assertiveness training, substance abuse screening and counseling, recovery education, and couple and family systems.
Domestic violence, behavior modification, parenting, social welfare systems, educational counseling and resources, services to active military and dependents, acute psychiatric care, substance abuse and dependency, reintegrating criminal offenders, navigating the public school special education system, post-secondary education advising, and community and state resources for aged and disabled.
- Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
- Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Intern (CI)
- National Certified Counselor (NCC)
1819 Eighth Street
Bryan Wieck, MD
Not currently accepting new patients…
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- Private Psychiatric Practice
- Assessment Specialty
- Medication Management with referral to therapists as needed
- Doctor of Medicine, University of Texas Medical Branch
- Residence Training - General Psychiatry and Child/Adolescent Psychiatry, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
- Texas Society of Psychiatric Physicians
- American Psychiatric Association
Ronald Hall, RN, MSN, PMHNP-BC
My mental health career began in 1995 when I started working at group homes in Wichita Falls. I began employment at NTSH and worked in a variety of capacities over a ten year period before transferring to Red River Hospital to direct nursing care. I believe the sum of my lived experience has prepared me to now serve as a PMHNP at Rose Street. It is exciting to be part of the healing process for those with emotional need. I believe in utilizing a holistic model as we work together to help you find balance in your life.
- United States Air Force Ready Reserve Nurse Corps Mental Health Nurse (Major): 2008-present
- Red River Hospital (RRH) 2007-2014: Chief Nurse Officer (CNO); Director of Quality, Risk Management & staff development
Midwestern State University
- Assistant Professor: Mental Health & Basic Nursing 2010-2011
- Adjunct Faculty Nursing: Pediatrics & Mental Health 2006-2008 NTSH 1996-2007
- Midwestern State University Post Masters Certificate—Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Aug 2014
- Midwestern State University, MSN, May 2007
- Midwestern State University, BSN, May 1999
- United States Air Force Reserve Officer Training, 2009
- Army Field Training Package, High Frequency Direction Finding (HFDF), 1989 Intelligence School, EW/SIGINT Morse Systems Operator, 1987
- Sigma Theta Tau International, Xi Iota Chapter—past President Reserve Officer Association
- Society of Air Force Nurses
- American Psychiatric Nursing Association
A mixed methodology qualitative study that explored the role of a psychiatric nurse in an inpatient state funded facility. The sample consisted of nurses from seven State Hospitals in Texas.
Dawn Sprague, LPC
Dawn Sprague is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has worked in the mental health field for over 13 years and has experience working with individuals struggling with mood disorders (e.g. depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorders), trauma (e.g. domestic violence, sexual assault), relationship difficulties, job loss, grief recovery, aging process, and crisis and stress management. She has also provided individual and group therapy to strengthen resilience, communication skills, improve self-esteem, confidence, decision making, conflict resolution, and rebuilding trust.
She received her Master of Science Degree in Counseling Psychology from Texas A&M University-Texarkana in 2007 and she is a lifetime member of The National Honor Society in Psychology. She is certified in Rational-Emotive and Cognitive Behavioral Theory and Techniques.
John Salkeld, LMSW-ACP, LMFT, LCDC
"I strive to enhance each person’s everyday functioning by learning new and more effective ways to cope with life’s offerings. I also assist with increasing an individual’s personal growth."
- Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (29 years)
- Individual Therapy (29 years)
- Group Therapy (29 years)
- Licensed Master Social Worker
- Advanced Clinical Practitioner
- Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor
- Master’s Degree – Social Work, Our Lady of the Lake College, San Antonio, Texas (1972)
- A & M University at Canyon
- West Texas State University (1970)
- Academy of Certified Social Workers
1800 Rose Street
David Sabine, PhD
David is a clinical psychologist in private practice for over 20 years in Wichita Falls, Texas. His doctorate is from the University of Louisville, and he was a Pre-doctoral Fellow at Yale University. He works daily with families and children and speaks widely on issues related to the family. He has had his own radio talk show called Real Life with Doc Sabine and has been on radio and television many times, sometimes in top ten markets around the country. His opinion and counsel has been widely quoted by the Associated Press in periodicals and newpapers nationwide.
Dr. Sabine is the author of A Chair with a View: Scenes of Heartbreak and Breakthrough in Psychotherapy, available at amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com .
Philosophy of Psychotherapy
"Carpe Diem is my personal creed. I want to fully live my life, and have discovered that service to others is my bliss. The clients who work with me are challenged to discover their own path to joy. I don’t presume to know what that path is, but it is our task to work together to untangle, understand, and remove the limitations of the past, and develop the courage to become the persons we are called to be. This is accomplished in the context of a trusting, honest and confidential relationship."
My philosophy of therapy can be summarized in one simple sentence – "It is the relationship that heals."
More than anything, I love being a dad. Beyond that, sailing is the best way I know to spend leisure time. My brother, Bruce, and I have chartered sailboats on some of the world’s most beautiful cruising grounds.
A Quality Education
- Psychology Fellow, Yale University (1992)
- Doctor of Philosophy – Clinical Psychology, University of Louisville
- Master of Arts – Psychology, University of Louisville
- Master of Divinity – Philosophy of Religion, Nazarene Theological Seminary
- Bachelor of Arts – Religion and Philosophy, Southern Nazarene University
A Commitment to Service
- Founder of Liberation Community, Fort Worth, Texas – A Compassionate Ministry
- Volunteer Trainer – Hospice of Wichita Falls and the Wichita Falls Police Chaplaincy
Recognized Competence and Affiliations
- Licensed Clinical Psychologist – Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists
- Member – American Psychological Association
- Member – Texas Psychological Association
Arthur Cardona, Psy.D
I am a licensed psychologist in the state of Texas. I provide a variety of clinical services including psychotherapy and psychological assessment. I have experience in providing psychotherapy with adults, adolescents, children, couples, groups and families. The psychotherapy I typically provide is psychodynamically-oriented. I also provide psychological assessments to provided differential diagnoses, treatment recommendations, and answer a variety of other referral questions.
- I have a doctor of psychology degree (PsyD) in clinical psychology from the Texas School of Professional Psychology.
- I completed a predoctoral-internship in clinical psychology at the Greater Southwest Consortium at Rose Street MHC in Wichita Falls, Texas.
- I completed a postdoctoral residency under Dr. David Sabine in Wichita Falls, Texas.
- The Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists licenses me as a Licensed Psychologist. License #34800
My Views on Psychotherapy
I specialize in providing individual psychotherapy. Psychotherapy is a professional relationship intended to help patients alleviate symptoms, increase self-awareness, and improve well-being. People seek individual psychotherapy for a variety of reasons and many want to talk about their lives and difficulties they are having. As the therapeutic alliance develops, the therapy relationship can provide a framework where healing takes place. While the past does not change, within the therapy relationship, the meaning of the past changes.
My Views on Psychological Assessment
Psychological assessment provides the opportunity to evaluate an individual about how similar or different they are from the normative group. Additionally, assessment can provide the opportunity to determine unique strengths and challenges. This can inform interventions for encouraging the strengths and supporting the challenges. However, psychological assessments only provide a snapshot of the patient’s functioning around the time of the evaluation. Therefore, while the evaluation may be helpful in focusing a diagnosis and making treatment recommendations, the results are never the final decision on the patient’s functioning.
Katrina Lister, RN, MSN, PMHNP-BC
"I believe in not just treating what’s wrong, but enhancing what’s going well."
- BSN - Washburn University, Topeka, KS
- MSN - University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
- Registered Nurse since 1986
- Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner since 2007
- USAF veteran
- American Nurses Association
- American Psychiatric Nurses Association
- Society of Air Force Nurses
Linda Scott, LPC
Counseling can be a very healing experience. One of my most respected professors taught me to "Trust the Process". The first step in the process is reaching out for help. I am honored to be invited to participate in the process.
- Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Midwestern State University Dec. 2001
- Internship 3,000 hours at Rose Street Mental Health
- Licensed by Texas State Board of Professional Examiners Feb 2004
- Private Practitioner at Rose Street Mental Health for 10 years
Martin Shaw, LPC-S, LMFT-A
Martin Shaw is a National Board Certified Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor, and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Associate. He graduated in 2001 with his Associates in Science from Vernon College. He was awarded his Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from Midwestern State University as a member of the prestigious National College Honor Society the Mortar Board and Psi Chi the International Honor Society in Psychology. While completing his Bachelor’s degree he was awarded acceptance into the Master’s program and completed his Masters of Arts in Counseling in 2006. Throughout his career he conducts weekly individual, family and group therapy sessions with children, adolescents, and adults diagnosed with a variety of disorders including Adjustment Disorders, ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Dysthymic Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Cognitive Disorders, including various other major mental health issues and personality disorders. He provides play therapy utilizing the child centered play therapy approach. Martin has had specific training in cognitive behavioral therapy dealing with trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder. In June 2014 he completed requirements for Supervision of Licensed Professional Counselor Interns.
Martin has experience working with various levels and needs of the patients. He has worked at 82nd medical group, University of Texas Medical Branch, Wichita County MHMR, and for Rose Street Mental Health Care in private practice since 2008.
My counseling philosophy is difficult to write about in a short document but the basis of it is hope. Hope is what gets the depressed patient out of bed in the morning, hope is the alcoholic putting the last beer in the trash, hope is the teenager who goes to school the morning of prom even though they haven’t been asked yet, hope is the individual holding the cell phone anxiously awaiting the telephone call, hope is what pushes the caterpillar through the cocoon and drives the salmon upstream. Hope is a horizon we head for leaving nothing behind us but fear, and hope is what saves us from what we once were.
I understand that we, as counselors, do not affect change in others, but we are the sounding board and the craft that we provide in the healing process, can only be understood in the context of the counseling relationship. I believe that counselors are given a special gift to actively and empathetically listen to the patients. I trust the counseling process, and recognize that I am powerless in "healing" the patient. But, rather I am the catalyst to assist in change.
Karie Carr, LPC
- General Counseling
- Play Therapy
- Child, Adolescent & Adult
Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TX
- Bachelor's in Psychology
- Master's in Counseling
"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about learning to dance in the rain."
- Vivian Greene