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The Commission on Accreditation of Pastoral and Psychotherapy (CAPPT) is a specialized body that accredits post-graduate training in Clinical Pastoral Education/Training (CPE/T) and Pastoral Psychotherapy training programs in the United States as well as internationally.

Robyn E. Horn, J.D.

Robyn Horn is a private practice attorney and licensed Physical Therapist in Little Rock, Arkansas, serving the greater Little Rock metropolitan area, as well as providing legal services statewide as an accredited Veteran’s Administration attorney.  Ms. Horn’s legal practice specializes in estate planning, Medicaid and VA Benefits, employment law, and mediation.  She is Of Counsel to numerous firms across the state advising on cases related to employment and education law, and on tax and estate planning matters.  She is currently on staff at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in the inpatient Physical Rehabilitation Department. 

Ms. Horn also has extensive experience in the healthcare industry having practiced as a physical therapist for more than 25 years in a variety of settings, many of those years having served in hospital administration, as well as owning and operating a rehabilitation corporation.  As Director of an acute care inpatient physical rehabilitation department, she ensured institutional compliance with all state, federal, and credentialing requirements and was instrumental in developing and implementing many strategic risk management practice strategies.

Ms. Horn received a B.S., magna cum laude, in Physical Therapy from the University of Central Arkansas, Conway in 1989 where she was awarded a full athletic scholarship in volleyball and named All American.  She received her J.D., with highest honors, in 2011 from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Bowen School of Law where she served as Research Editor of the UALR Law Review

Ms. Horn speaks throughout the state to groups concerning public health issues, elder law, and the new healthcare laws pertaining to expanding public programs, coverage, controlling healthcare costs, and improving the healthcare delivery system. 

Ms. Horn is a member of the American Bar Association Health Law Section, and the Arkansas Bar Association Health Law and Probate and Estate Planning Sections and is admitted to practice before the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, as well as the United States District Court – Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas. 

Ms. Horn serves on the Board of Directors of the Camden Christian Health Center, the Pastoral Care Advisory Board of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, and is serving her final term of a gubernatorial appointment to the Board of Directors of the Arkansas Independent Living Council (assisting with the needs of individuals with disabilities).  Ms. Horn served from 2011 to 2015 on the Board of Directors of the Ouachita County Partnership for Economic Development.  She is currently assisting Interfaith Arkansas in addressing issues of poverty, immigration, health, environment and equal access to justice.