New Clinical Director, Dr. Brad HollowayPosted on 1/25/2018
Little Rock Community Mental Health Center (LRCMHC), a behavioral health leader in the Central Arkansas area for more than 50 years, has announced the selection of Dr. Brad Holloway as its new clinical director. Dr. Holloway will fill the vacancy created by Dr. Lisa Evans’ departure in September.
“We are very pleased to welcome Dr. Holloway to LRCMHC,” reported Thomas A. Grunden, Executive Director. “He has spent decades working in community mental health, and he is looking forward to working with our staff and clients.”
Dr. Holloway comes to LRCMHC with over 30 years of experience in community mental health, including two previous tenures as a clinical director. He has served as a Disaster Mental Health Responder for many local, state, and national disasters, including leading a clinical team at the Pentagon following 911 and responding to many school shootings across the country.
Dr. Holloway has served on numerous local and state boards including an ad hoc committee for the Arkansas Supreme Court, the State Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board, and the Regional Board of the American Red Cross. He was named Mental Health Practitioner of the Year by the Mental Health Council of Arkansas in 1998 and Social Worker of the Year by the Arkansas Chapter of NASW in 2014.
“I look forward to making a difference in the lives of our clients” remarks Dr. Holloway. “My passion has always been in community mental health and I am committed to providing the quality of care that our clients deserve. It’s an honor to be joining the team at LRCMHC and to play a role in helping to carry out the mission for years to come.”