Anne Stevens, Ph.D.
Clinical Neuropsychologist, Founder of INPS
Anne Stevens, Ph.D., received her doctoral degree from the University of Memphis in 1995. She has held a license to practice Psychology in the state of Tennessee, and currently in Arkansas where she has practiced since 1998. From 2003 to 2016, Dr. Stevens was the President of MindWorks: Comprehensive Neuropsychological Services. Beginning in 2017, Dr. Stevens founded Integrated Neuropsychological Services, and continues the mission of MindWorks to provide evidenced-based, comprehensive neuropsychological services to the Northwest Arkansas community and surrounding areas.
Dr. Stevens’ expertise is in head injury and other disorders related to brain functioning. Her practice encompasses neuropsychological and Quantitative EEG (Qeeg) Assessment and treatment, primarily through neurofeedback. In addition to her practice at Integrated Neuropsychological Services, Dr. Stevens serves on the Scientific Advisory Committee of Neurotopia and the Head Trauma Committee at the University of Arkansas Athletic Department. She is a co-founder of Integrated Neuroscience Services, also located in Fayetteville, AR, and is a member of good standing in the American Psychological Association, the National Academy of Neuropsychology and International Society of Neurofeedback and Research.
Robert Coben, Ph.D. received his doctoral degree in 1991 and has been a licensed psychologist in the state of New York since 1994. He is the Director and Chief Neuropsychologist of NeuroRehabilitation and Neuropsychological Services. His experience in rehabilitation neuropsychology includes serving as director for two separate inpatient neurorehabilitation programs, and he is the former director of inpatient and outpatient brain rehabilitation at Staten Island University Hospital. Additionally, Dr. Coben is an affiliate of Winthrop University Hospital, and an affiliated researcher of NYU Medical Center.
Dr. Coben is an associate editor for the Journal of Neurotherapy and Frontiers in Child Health and Human Development, and serves as an editorial reviewer for several prestigious academic journals. His research interests include the study of and treatment applications for Neuropsychology and Neurophysiology in childhood neurodevelopmental disorders, especially autism. Along with Dr. Stevens, Dr. Coben is a co-founder of Integrated Neuroscience Services. Dr. Coben is a member in good standing of the following organizations: American Psychological Association, International Neuropsychological Society, International Society for Neurofeedback and Research, and the American Association of Psychophysiology and Biofeedback.
Stephanie Thomas, LCSW, has nearly 30 years of experience in serving adolescents, adults and families in both outpatient and inpatient settings. Stephanie’s experience includes working with women and children who are dealing with domestic violence and abuse, inpatient psychiatric care for adolescent girls, and outpatient care for adolescents, adults and families.
Stephanie has been with INPS, formerly Mindworks, since 2009. Stephanie earned her bachelors degree in Psychology from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, and a Masters of Social Work from the University of Maryland. She enjoys working with people of all backgrounds, religions, ethnic origins, and sexual orientations. Stephanie specializes in helping people who are struggling with depression/anxiety, past and present trauma, adolescent behavioral struggles, relationship struggles, family issues, and ADHD / Autism Spectrum disorders.
Stephanie’s approach to psychotherapy is both collaborative and client centered. She utilizes family systems, cognitive behavioral, and psychodynamic theories to help clients heal, resolve problems, improve interpersonal relationships, and make positive changes in their daily lives.
Angela Kathman, LCSW, earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Arkansas in 2014. She graduated from Hendrix College in 2011 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Prior to joining INPS, Angela worked from 2014-2016 as the Bereavement Counselor at Circle of Life Hospice, and taught the graduate level course, Spirituality in Social Work Practice, at the University of Arkansas in 2015.
Angela obtained the Compassionate Bereavement Care Provider certification for traumatic grief counseling from the MISS Foundation in 2016. She specializes in the unique challenges facing college students and young adults, anxiety, depression, adjustment disorders, grief and bereavement, difficulties in interpersonal relationships, and living with a life changing diagnosis / injury. She practices from a mindful strengths-based and person centered perspective, and works together with her clients to help them achieve their goals. Angela enjoys working with adults and adolescents from all ethnicities and cultures, from all religious , spiritual, and non-religious perspectives, and sexual orientations.