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Domestic Violence Therapists in Oklahoma City

Kristin R Alex, Counselor  in Oklahoma City
“My approach to mental health counseling is very simple, one that encompasses unconditional positive regard and that encourages self-exploration throughout the therapeutic encounter. The client is considered the expert of his/her own life who may need support when challenges or obstacles become overwhelming and/or problematic (maladaptive). Through this therapeutic collaboration clients learn to identify how thoughts, feelings, and behaviors may positively or negatively impact their daily experience. If problematic belief patterns are identified, the client will co-create a treatment plan aimed to reduce the negative symptomatology while enhancing the client's self-esteem and overall well-being.
Domestic Violence
(405) 458-7438
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73116
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I love to work with families, adolescents and adults. I use the family in the broadest sense. (married couples, parents with small children or older children, extended family etc.) If you call and I don't answer, PLEASE leave a message. THANK YOU! For more information, please visit my website http://innertreasurescounseling.net/
Domestic Violence
(405) 303-7768
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73103
Jenny Mosley, Counselor  in Oklahoma City
“Therapy can be a daunting task. It is my goal to help you address the issues you are seeking help for and give you real life techniques to use in your therapeutic process. I tend toward cognitive behavioral and solution focused therapies but recognize that everyone is unique and may require different approaches. I have significant experience working with emotionally/behaviorally disturbed children, abused children/adolescents and adult survivors of trauma. I tend to view therapy as a process. I believe it is important to meet people where they are so they can fully embrace the changes they seek to make.
Domestic Violence
(405) 896-3894
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73103
Tammi Young Therapy LLC, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oklahoma City
“My ideal client Is someone who is dealing with the issues of childhood sexual abuse or Domestic violence. I love watching God transform broken lives into lives of wholeness and peace. I love walking through this journey with them because it let's the client know that they are not alone and that there is someone who is willing to assist them in reclaiming their voice!
Domestic Violence
(405) 463-4240
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118
Counseling Solutions & Interventions, Counselor  in Oklahoma City
“Counseling Solutions & Interventions is a contracted outpatient behavioral health and substance abuse program. Our goals are to assist individuals with healthy living skills. C S & I realizes that treatment requires ongoing services that involve continuum of care. C S & I makes appropriate referrals during and after the provision of services. C S & I conducts initial assessment, provides therapeutic interventions, consulting, and ongoing evaluations to assist individuals with making decisions about provision of services. Services are designed to always address the unique needs of each individuals served. Services include: psychotherapy, psychosocial rehabilitation, educational presentations, job placement and case management as needed.
Domestic Violence
(405) 880-8597
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73106
Tosha Guess-Sanneh, Counselor  in Oklahoma City
“My name is Tosha and I have a passion to help others who desire positive change in their lives. I believe that self motivation can empower anyone to make changes in order to improve their lives and circumstances. I believe in order to invoke the life changes in the areas of mental health, professional/vocational, interpersonal and spiritual as it relates to both the family and the individual one must be ready to receive the information required to change and I am committed to assisting those who are ready for that change. Welcome to the talking cure!
Domestic Violence
(405) 463-4230
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112
Elizabeth Samara, Counselor  in Oklahoma City
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor working with individual, couples and families in a private practice setting. I work with children of all ages as well as adults serving the greater Oklahoma City area. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I am passionate about psychology and my work as a therapist. I love knowing how the mind works, how our emotions respond and what we are able to do with the strength of our mind. My education in Counseling Psychology allows me to offer various therapies and techniques desiged to meet the needs of individuals, couples and families.
Domestic Violence
(405) 518-4778
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73162
Cynthia T McCoy, Counselor  in Oklahoma City
“My name is Cynthia Tobar-McCoy and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) practicing in the Oklahoma City area. I am honored each day to walk along side individuals who choose to therapuetically journey through the path of overcoming life stressors. Stressors can come in the form of experiencing conflict in relationships with family, couples, marital and peer groups, as well as grief, trauma and suffering from posttraumatic stress. Stress can also manifest itself when working to maintain a healthy recovery plan that addresses certain medical conditions of depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder.
Domestic Violence
(405) 335-0955
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73120
“Life is one continuous flow of change, change, change. Some of us adapt to it better than others. Being out of one's comfort zone is a sure sign that we are growing or about to grow! I love working with people who are brave enough to face the challenges that change brings whether it is change in age, relationship, job...addictive behaviors...belief...life focus...self esteem. I see myself as a partner of my cients. My job is to make the transitions smooth and valuable. Thanks for the opportunity to accompany you on your journey!
Domestic Violence
(405) 281-9948
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73159
Traci A. Hill, Counselor  in Oklahoma City
“I believe we all need assistance at times on our life's journey... someone to help us explore the possibilities within ourselves. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 18 years experience in outpatient mental health. I have overseen programs and provided direct services to individuals and groups, including those challenged by: severe mental illness, drug/alcohol and other addictions, love/relationship/family challenges, stress/anxiety, sadness/depression, grief/loss, trauma/abuse issues, adjustment challenges, phase of life concerns, gender identity disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, low self esteem...
Domestic Violence
(405) 455-8193
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73120
Mary L Fitch, Counselor  in Oklahoma City
“Need to change something? Has life thrown you a curve ball? Feeling uncertain? I am the person who can help. My clients will tell you that I am a direct therapist who focuses on finding the right solution for YOU. Life can be overwhelming, challenging, and unpredictable. We all experience times when extra support is needed. I believe that my role is to help YOU find strength and solutions by creating a safe, non-judgmental space where we collaborate to explore problems and gain new perspectives.
Domestic Violence
(405) 206-7075
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112
Deena B Noland, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oklahoma City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“My goal is to walk with my clients through the challenges and struggles they face so that they can ultimately connect with the good in themselves and the love that God has for them. When you come to those times in your life when what you are doing no longer works, therapy can help by giving you a safe place to explore your situation, to identify your resources, to build new skills or hone skills you already have, to think and talk about options and to develop a plan for how you get from where you are to a more satisfying place in your journey.
Domestic Violence
(405) 788-4443
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73111
Rick J Krause, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oklahoma City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I graduated from the OU in 1982. I have been in been in private practise, providing psychotherapy in OK for over 25 years. I provide both short term problem focused and long term therapy. Anger management and stress managment programs are available. Regardless of the type of therapy offered my emphsis is on educating and empowering the client with usefull tools. This enables them to understand and manage their issues when they leave my office.
Domestic Violence
(405) 518-4793
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112
Angie Ridings, Counselor  in Oklahoma City
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, LPC, LADC, CSAT, CMAT
“Are you tired of wrestling with addictive behaviors? Do you struggle with pornography or other sexual compulsions? Do alcohol or other drugs get you into trouble or hurt your loved ones? Have you felt ashamed of your behavior, but are having trouble stopping on your own? Maybe you are in a relationship with someone who has betrayed you sexually, emotionally, or by abusing substances. I specialize in treating multiple addictions and can work with you individually or as a couple. My services are non-judgmental, completely confidential, compassionate, and understanding. Please see my website at angelaridingscounseling.com for more information.
Domestic Violence
(405) 418-4440
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73116
Sharon Pickett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oklahoma City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, LPC
“The only thing constant in life is change..., but change can be scary and contribute to anxiety. Whether you are experiencing depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, loss of employment, divorce, or a new dynamic in your family, counseling can help. I offer a non-judgmental approach to counseling with an emphasis on helpful vs. unhelpful thinking. Life does throw us curves, but we endure.
Domestic Violence
(405) 295-4945
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73116
Lea May, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oklahoma City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, RPT
“My personal philosophy regarding therapy is to focus on the family unit and meet each individual member of the family where they are and treat them as an important part of the therapy. Parents often call me and state they need help for their child and my first response is to treat the child but consider the whole family unit as a part of the therapy treatment plan. Meeting the individual needs of the client is of the utmost importance.
Domestic Violence
(405) 896-3569
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73107
Lana Raupe, Counselor  in Oklahoma City
“If you are ready to explore making changes/finding solutions to enhance your quality of life, I can provide a safe, supportive, nonjudgmental environment for you to accomplish this. Together we will assess your needs and goals in light of your relationships, life events and transitions that may be challenging you, while striving to access your inner motivation to make changes that fit the lifestyle you are striving to create. Parenting struggles, changing relationships and other life transitions can challenge us all and sometimes accumulate and overwhelm. I believe seeking help at these times is not a weakness but a show of courage and hope.
Domestic Violence
(405) 796-0547
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73116
Access to Counseling Services, Treatment Facility  in Oklahoma City
“Access to Counseling Services' mission is to provide community-based programs that enable people to meet the challenges of life through counseling, support, and follow-up.
Domestic Violence
(405) 796-0361
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73116
Marian Stephenson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oklahoma City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW
“Concerns about a relationship, family dynamics, feelings of depression, fear, anxiety, loss, history of trauma or abuse, self-esteem problems health issues, mental illness are some of the issues that people bring into my office. I enjoy working with people who have a desire to address and work on any problem which is causing discomfort in their lives. The people I am seeing currently range from age sixteen into their eighties. I primarily see people in individual sessions but do work with couples. I am willing to file claims for Medicare and insurances for which I am covered.
Domestic Violence
(405) 385-9903
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112
Jerry R Moore, Counselor  in Oklahoma City
Counselor, LPC
“A long and positive career in counseling Marriage, Children, and Family System issues using Christian Based Counseling for those who seek improvement and Change Through God. This Therapist also has a long and positive career counseling Individuals, and personality problems as well as other serious issues that do not allow the person to truly grow and enjoy life through positive interactions both in the workplace and on an individual level. This Therapist also has positive results counseling those with problems of self mutilation also known as "cutting" and other issues concerning emotionally painful trauma and self-esteem issues.
Domestic Violence
(405) 757-2513
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73157

Domestic Violence Therapists
If you're looking for help with domestic violence in Oklahoma City or for an Oklahoma City domestic violence Therapist, these professionals provide confidential support for spousal abuse or for individuals and couples in a violent relationship. They include domestic violence Therapists and domestic violence psychologists who conduct domestic violence counseling. A Therapistcan help with children as victims of domestic violence, support for battered women and referrals to shelters in Oklahoma City. Therapists can help identify the signs of domestic violence, the differences between men and women as victims of domestic violence and the distinctions of passive aggressive behavior. If you think you may be a victim of domestic violence in Oklahoma City, please seek help soon and learn how to stop or prevent it escalating further.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Oklahoma City have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Oklahoma City you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Oklahoma City and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Oklahoma City or family therapy in Oklahoma City.