About Us

Meet Dr. Don Ott
  C HRISTIAN                                                      Dr. Don Ott
  P SYCHOLOGICAL                                            Evangelist & Psychologist
  R ESOURCES                                                    Russellville, Arkansas, USA
Professional Mental Healthcare with Christian Compassion Since 1994.   
Don completed Bachelor's Degrees at Ozark Bible College in 1976 and at Oral Roberts University in 1981.  In 1987 he completed his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) at Biola University, Rosemead School of Psychology in La Mirada, California.  Dr. Ott is a charter member of the American Association of Christian Counselors.

He teaches for the Kiamichi School of Preaching, taught for Mid-South Christian College from 1988 to 2020, and also for Ozark Christian College and Arkansas Tech University.  He has conducted seminars in 13 states, and as a mental-health missionary has made 43 trips to Russia, China, Cuba, Liberia, India, Iraq, Haiti, the Philippines,  Australia, Lebanon, Saint Martin, Argentina, Macedonia, and Egypt.  Biblical psychology, Christian counseling, personal wholeness, sexuality, marriage and family life are his areas of specialization.  He has directed Cuba Bible Institute in Havana since 2009, and serves on the boards of Christ on Campus and Revival Fires.

Don and Johniece were married in 1970.  They have two daughters and three sons, all adults, and six grandchildren.  Leisure activities include fishing, swimming, photography, and running.  His passion is “Lifestyle Christianity,” Jesus Christ and Scripture applied to everyday life!
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Dr. DON OTT is an ordained evangelist and licensed psychologist.  He has practiced in Russellville, Arkansas since 1987, and established CHRISTIAN PSYCHOLOGICAL RESOURCES / CPR in 1994. CPR offers individual, marital, and family therapy, psychological assessment, and seminars on personal wholeness, marital fulfillment, and parental effectiveness. Since his ordination in 1968, he served on seven church staffs in three states, and was part-time evangelist for River Valley Christian Church in London, Arkansas from 2004 to 2022.