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Therapists in Oklahoma City

Ed Beckham, Psychologist  in Oklahoma City
“I have been working with adults in therapy since 1980. My primary orientation is cognitive behavioral therapy, using some CT mindfulness techniques. Interpersonal therapy and assertiveness training are also very helpful for many of my clients. I have a Christian orientation, and I enjoy working with individuals on their spiritual issues, no matter what their religious faith. However, spirituality is part of therapy only when patients desire it to be. I try to help each person develop coping skills to deal with immediate problems, but I also try to help them find themselves as individuals, creating an overall life plan.
(405) 622-8620
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118
Kelcy Eckels, Counselor  in Oklahoma City
“Conquer anxiety and find more meaning in life. I help people cope and thrive when faced with life adjustments, anxieties and personal challenges. I have experience helping with anxiety, stress, grief, self concept, adjustment as well as relational issues. Many of us can benefit from some extra support when faced with challenging life situations of the past, current or future. I understand and respect the bravery that it takes to reach out for help.
(405) 896-5718
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118
Beth E. Wetmore, Counselor  in Oklahoma City
“I enjoy working with people from all walks of life to achieve their goals. My approach to therapy combines empathy, safety and trust and is very collaborative.The work I do with both individuals and couples is described as insight oriented. I believe that genuine and meaningful change takes place as clients grow in awareness, balance and clarity.
(405) 563-9560
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118
Susie Armstrong, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Oklahoma City
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LADC, LPC, NCGC-II
“Are you searching for freedom from inner turmoil? Do you want happiness? If so I'm here to assist you in finding your solutions. Substance and/or gambling addiction, relationship issues, mental/emotional disturbances, codependency, low self-esteem, and physical/emotional trauma are some of the many things I am here to help individual and couples overcome. I believe my job is to assist clients in finding alternative solutions to current life problems as well as help them find their inner strength and experience freedom.
(405) 757-2329
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118
M Moore Counseling and Consulting, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Oklahoma City
“use an integrated approach to create a team with my client to treat the whole person, not just the symptoms. I help my clients assess the psychological, social factors that may be contributing to the problem presented. As a team, my clients and I work towards identifying the changes that they feel are needed to make to improve their life or situation. I also encourage family involvement in treatment to ensure that everyone has an understanding of what is going on with the situation and to provide support. I find most cases brief therapy is able to help people deal effectively with difficult situations.
(405) 896-5748
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112
“If you are looking for a caring, experienced therapist, to help you find new ways to see and face life's challenges with you or your family, I am here to help. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a minor in Substance abuse from the University of West Florida in 2008. I graduated with a Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2012.
(405) 241-4892
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73134
Rebel Buersmeyer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oklahoma City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LADC
“Do you desire a better life, do you hope for a healthier future? Change IS possible! I hope to partner with you to enable you to heal your past, live your present, and embrace your future. You will find that I use an integrated approach to treatment which means treating the whole person, not just the symptom. In working with my clients, I assess psychological, biological and social factors that may be contributing to the presenting problems.
(405) 254-4418
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73120
Weekend Clinic for Addictive Behaviors, Counselor  in Oklahoma City
“Do you struggle with sexual behaviors or pornography? Have you felt ashamed of your behavior, but have trouble stopping on your own? Are you in a relationship with someone who has betrayed you sexually, is addicted to alcohol or other drugs, or has emotional affairs? Is your relationship or marriage falling apart because of addictive behaviors? Are you ready to get your life back on track? My name is Angie Ridings and I specialize in the treatment of addictive disorders, multiple addictions, trauma resolution, and relationship problems. Please check out for more details on the services I provide.
(405) 418-4440
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73116
Marci Leveridge, Psychologist  in Oklahoma City
“As a doctoral-level psychologist, I combine a high level of expertise with a personalized approach to each person who seeks services. I draw from a variety of techniques in order to help persons with anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. The therapeutic process centers on identifying the strengths of the individual and then using these to cope effectively with life difficulties. Because of my previous experience as a medical professional, I have additional expertise in applying psychological methods to health issues, such as weight management, smoking cessation, and sleep problems. Please feel free to call and discuss specific concerns with me.
(405) 381-8629
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73134
Marc Funk, Counselor  in Oklahoma City
“***I am accepting new clients. Same day appointments may be available.*** Everyone hurts from time to time. Those hurts can manifest in the form of fears, anxieties, depression and indecision. These experiences can range from short-term annoyances to long-term hindrances. Counseling is a good way to explore these hurts. Seeking counseling is also a sign of strength and resilience. I am here to listen and support you in an accepting, compassionate, and trusting process. My mission is to provide a safe space with the aim of fostering hope, health, and recovery.
(405) 896-4976
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112
Philip Carlton Hyde, Psychologist  in Oklahoma City
“People experiencing anxiety, depression, stress, relationship conflicts, family discord and sexual dysfunction are the types of difficulties with which I am most familiar. Couples having trouble understanding and dealing with each other is an area of interest and expertise. For the last 15 or so years, I have worked a great deal with men and "men's issues" assisting men to more effectively deal with their changing roles in our present day culture. Anger management strategies, gay/lesbian issues, occupational problems, shyness, and dealing with end of life concens are psychological matters with which I am familiar.
(405) 247-0954
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118
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.
(405) 896-3894
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73103
Linda Chapman,   in Oklahoma City
“"God bless the broken road." Maybe you've heard that song lyric and can identify with the idea that the twists and turns in life move us forward to the place we are meant to be vs. where we thought we were supposed to be. We can all use support and encouragement along the way on our own "broken roads." Please note: Oher than previously scheduled appointments, my office will be closed for the holidays until January 7, 2015. Calls from existing clients *will be* returned during this time. Happy Holidays!
(405) 501-2651
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73120
Jana Fielder, Counselor  in Oklahoma City
“Taking the first step to receive counseling can be the most daunting one. My goal is to work with you to overcome obstacles or issues that are interfering with your progress and passion in life. Resolving conflict, repairing relationships, healing from past trauma, building self-esteem, reversing dysfunctional patterns all assist in reaching this goal. Change is not easy, but it is attainable and sustainable.
(405) 835-3406
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73120
Terry Ann Skiba, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oklahoma City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPC, MRC, BSW, RN
“I have openings for Oklahoma Soonercare children now! I also have openings for other; families, couples, individuals. I always offer caring reliable therapy. I most especially enjoy working with troubled children, adolescents, and their families. I would very much like to help your family unit believing that when one family member is not functioning the entire family is affected.. While I'm a competent Therapist I also have a background as a Registered Nurse and Special Education Teacher...this allows me to be well versed in medication therapy as well as the necessity for children to feel good about themselves in school and other venues.
(405) 562-5250
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112
Warren K Russell, Psychologist  in Oklahoma City
“I have practiced psychotherapy since 1984 (in Minneapolis, Fresno, and Oklahoma City), all the time expanding and deepening my interest in psychoanalysis. I am a member of the American Psychological Association's Division of Psychoanalysis and of the Psychologist-Psychoanalyst practitioner section.
(405) 308-4538
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118
Rachelle Harjo, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Oklahoma City
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LADC, NCC, LPCC
“You as the client are the number 1 priority. Whatever is going on in your life is our focus. I work with you where you are and where you want and need to go for a healthier direction.
(405) 494-6601
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118
Carlene R Drach, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Oklahoma City
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LADCMH
“I currently work with children, adolescents and adults. My preferred client would be adult drug and alcohol and to work with the kids from those families. I work with children and help them to understand appropriate social skills, coping skills, proper behaviors and positive communication skills. I enjoy doing all the same things with adults and have been quite successful at all of the above.
(405) 896-3874
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73159
Cassie Deford  in Oklahoma City
“All humans have the capacity for change and growth. Whatever your reason for seeking counseling, we can work together to identify areas of potential change and find effective treatment options.
(405) 217-0936
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73103
“I have 38 years of experience with patients age 7 to geriatrics with a particular emphasis on adolescents including assessment & therapy of depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, eating and sexual disorders, personality disorders.With young children, I work with the children & the parents to implement behavior modification at home. I work with local and state agencies doing psychological evaluation and therapy with professionals in several careers particularly clergy & law enforcement. As a partner in a multi-disciplinary medical/surgical clinic for 27 years, I have treated the psychological needs of patients with a wide range of medical symptoms and diagnoses.
(405) 253-4468
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104
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