Todd Clements M.D. Psychiatrist


My hope is to provide you a safe and comfortable place to come and work together to heal, strengthen, and overcome the trials you are currently facing.

Accepting New Patients


Hello, I’m Dr. Todd Clements. Thank you for visiting here.

I’m not your typical psychiatrist;

I don’t smoke cigars, have a beard, or wear a bow-tie.

I see pre-teens, teenagers, and adults for psychiatric evaluations, pharmacological management, life-coaching, and counseling. My office is located in the Family Physicians of Jonesboro’s building at 1670 Hill Park Cove, Jonesboro, AR 72401.

I see patients with a wide variety of issues. Here are some of the most common ones I enjoy working with:

  • Mood Disorders (Depression and Bipolar Disorder)
  • Addictions/Substance Abuse
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Panic Disorder
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Anger Issues
  • Memory Issues
  • Personality Issues
  • Behavior Problems

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"It’s been a great experience to work with Dr. Clements over the last several months. I enjoy meeting with him because he spends an ample amount of time and always answers all of my questions."

Kevin - Patient

"When our daughter’s addiction got out of control Dr. Clements helped my husband and I through the whole process of getting her the help she needed. This would have been very difficult for us to do without his guidance. I find him to be a caring physician."

Tammy - Mother of Patient

"The whole office staff is very nice and accommodating, both in person and on the phone."

Susan - Mother of Patient

"I feel like Dr. Clements really cares about me and wants me to do well in life."

Thomas - Patient


Psychiatric Evaluation

A Psychiatric Evaluation—or Psychiatric Assessment, as they are sometimes known as, is the process of a psychiatrist gathering information about a person for the purpose of making a diagnosis and determining what’s the best course of action. This is usually the first stage of a treatment process.

Substance Abuse Evaluation

Substance abuse or addiction has a heavy hand on a person’s life; it can deeply affect them on many levels, causing damage to their body, mind, and relationships. When a person’s substance use reaches the level that they are engaging in activities that endanger themselves, their health, or that of others it is time to get help. A substance abuse evaluation is the first step in getting this help. This evaluation is a tool used to help determine the extent of a person’s misuse and abuse of drugs or alcohol and to determine how to go about treating a person to achieve the greatest success.


Counseling, also known as therapy, or psychotherapy, is the process of meeting together with a mental health professional to resolve problematic behaviors, beliefs, feelings, relationship issues, and or somatic responses (sensations in the body). The goal of therapy is to learn to change self-destructive behaviors and habits, resolve painful feelings, improve your relationships, and more. Counseling alleviates anxiety, depression, and anger in their many forms.

Pharmacological Management/Follow-Up

Routine follow-up care consists of periodic visits that to assess your well-being, monitor the progress of the treatment plan, take into account new happenings in life, and to make adjustments accordingly. Follow-up care plays an important role in maintaining your health.

Life Coaching

Life coaching is the process of helping people identify and achieve personal goals. A life coach helps you reach a goal or make a change in your life. They help you to get out of your head and start taking action in the areas of your life that you wish to change. A life coach helps you identify your goals, learn to identify and develop your strengths that are needed to reach these goals, and then they walk with you in the process of accomplishing these goals.

Psychiatric Consultation

Sometimes, when it comes to yourself or a family member, you’re just not sure what the next step is. A psychiatric consultation is usually a one-time appointment where we sit down and discuss your issues with the goal in mind of helping you choose the best course of action for yourself or a loved one.

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More Info

Lynda is my patient care coordinator. Please give us a call at (870) 680-3139 or email at if you think we may be able to serve you.

Unfortunately, we are unable to see Medicare, Medicare Replacement Insurance, or Medicaid participants at this location.