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Jacquelyn Lange-Halley, MD.

Board Certified General Psychiatrist

“I believe that the two most important things I can do for my patients are (1) to listen, hear and comprehend what is affecting them and (2) to help them understand the symptoms they are having (with respect to stressors, diagnoses, etc) and explain the treatment options available.” Dr. Lange has a passion for teaching and makes the time to provide her patients with the education they desire and deserve. “It is important we treat mental health with a multi-factorial approach that involves strengthening support systems, educating, and providing the best treatment options for each patient. Medications are a powerful tool, but they CANNOT be the only tool in our tool box.”

Dr. Jacquelyn Lange-Halley (“Dr. Lange”), has been providing psychiatric care to the NW Arkansas community for the past 6 years. Dr. Lange was born and raised in Dickinson, Texas (between Houston and Galveston, TX). She completed her undergraduate education at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, IL, where she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and completed her pre-medical studies. Dr. Lange then returned to Texas to attend medical school at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. After receiving her Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree in San Antonio, she completed her residency training in General Psychiatry with the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. Dr. Lange moved to NW Arkansas with her family to complete her final years of residency in the specialized UAMS Community Psychiatry Track. She has been serving the NW Arkansas community since that time. Dr. Lange is Board Certified in General Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

Dr. Lange provides treatment for patients of a wide variety of ages, from 12-65 yrs of age. Dr. Lange also provides care for several patients outside of this age range. However, for those younger than 12 yrs or older than 65 yrs, and in need of treatment that requires a child or geriatric psychiatrist specialist – Dr. Lange will facilitate referrals to these specialists and will provide interim treatment/care until such specialized treatment can be established.

Dr. Lange routinely works to establish relationships with other primary care physicians and specialists in the community, within which she is well-respected. She believes the best psychiatric care is provided as part of a team with other physicians when complex cases are concerned.