Amanda Davenport, LPC-
Most everyone experiences trauma during his or her lifetime. Trauma can include death or illness of a loved one, physical, sexual or emotional abuse, domestic violence, bullying, divorce and a host of other devastating events. If the trauma is left unresolved, it can manifest into depression, anxiety and mood dysregulation. In children and teenagers, the effects can be compounded- resulting in anger, inability to focus in school, difficulty in social relationships, defiance and depression. I see my role as a therapist as that of a partner in your healing.
I enjoy working with children, teens, and adults through the use of individual, family and couples counseling. I have extensive experience working with depression, anxiety, children/teens dealing with divorce, trauma, sexual abuse, mood disorders, and adjusting to life changes. I am trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy.
Jennifer Rankin, LPC
Life is often not easy, and the day to day challenges can result in worry, stress, sadness, anger, and loss of hope. I enjoy working with clients as they process these challenging issues in their lives, and believe that they should not have to do this alone!
I graduated from University of Central Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and obtained my Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Southern Nazarene University. I enjoy working with children, adolescents, adults, families and couples.
AREAS OF PRACTICE: Depression and anxiety, grief and loss, trauma, couples therapy, family therapy, assertiveness and self-esteem, personal growth, divorce, and sexual abuse.
Robert Rankin, LPC-
I believe that everyone has the capacity for healing/health within them. Through the creation of a trusting, therapeutic relationship, it is my hope to help individuals/families draw upon their strengths. I have had experience utilizing a variety of therapeutic approaches and choose interventions based on the needs/goals of the individuals and families that I work with.
I have had the privilege to work with children, adolescents, adults, and families. I have an interest in working with a broad spectrum of concerns. These include but are not limited to, anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, adjustment, relationship difficulties, grief/loss, stress, life changes, oppositional/conduct disorders, and parenting.
I very much look forward to discussing how I can assist you along your path to health, happiness, and becoming all that you hope to be!
Phone Number: 405.315.5055
Alison Squire, LPC-
There are times when life’s circumstances can feel like too much to handle. Whether it be the birth of a child, a divorce, a new marriage, or whatever your current situation is, it is common to feel overwhelmed. I have a passion for being a resource in those moments. My approach is to help you identify unhealthy patterns of behavior, and work to overcome them. I can help in difficult times and walk beside you while you address the obstacles in your life. I am now accepting new clients.
Areas of Practice: Anxiety, Depression, Perinatal and Postpartum Depression/Anxiety, Pregnancy/Child Loss, Divorce/ Loss of Significant Relationships, Family Conflict, Grief and loss, Sexual Intimacy Issues, Self-esteem, Spiritual issues, Parenting and Step-Parenting, School Problems, and Adjustment Difficulties.
Lindsey Crowley, LCSW-
I believe that we are resilient and as we heal from emotional wounds, we allow our true selves to emerge and flourish. I love my work, value my clients and know that therapy eases suffering and promotes personal growth and change. I have experience working in mental health and addiction fields as well as in medical and hospice settings. I’ve had the opportunity to work with women, men, adolescents and older adults coping with addiction, trauma, anxiety, depression, relationships, grief, caregiver strain and other life transitions.
I strive to create a safe and compassionate space for clients to address challenges they are facing and to inspire the process of self-exploration and growth. I pull from various treatment modalities including EMDR, Acceptance Commitment, Cognitive Behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral, interpersonal and solution-focused therapy.
I cater my approach to best fit your therapeutic needs. It is an honor working with clients to help support their process of self-discovery and healing and I look forward to the opportunity to begin this journey with you!
Cassie Deford, LPC
You are welcome here. You will find a genuine, engaged, and straightforward therapist with whom to share your thoughts and feelings. I will walk alongside you as you process life events, and I will witness your victories and your trials. Sexual orientation, gender identity, cultural identity, race and ethnicity, religious affiliation, and personal and professional interests are some of the ways in which we identify ourselves. You will find an understanding and accepting place to share your values and beliefs. We will work together to identify your needs and wants, and together we will create goals for counseling to address these issues.
Areas of focus: adjustment issues, anxiety, depression, domestic violence, gender identity, mood disorders, relationship issues, sexual abuse/assault, sexual orientation, other sexual issues, and trauma.
Phone Number: 405.388.3452
Cherry Hart, LPC
I love helping people who are struggling with trauma and grief. I have helped those who have been physically and sexually abused, have depression, anxiety, are having difficulty in their relationships, or struggle with the burden of addiction, either for oneself or a family member. I see adolescents, individuals, couples, and families.
I have grown up and lived around the world, and know the challenges of making big transitions, both personally and culturally. Because of this experience, I enjoy helping globally mobile families adjust to new surroundings, especially those in the military, missionary, and business sectors. I also enjoy assisting those who have had traumatic experiences overseas to find healing and peace.
Sharon Neasbitt LPC, LADC
My belief is that a counseling relationship is a helping relationship with the goal in mind of assisting the client, whether the client is an individual or a family, in identifying problems and in finding solutions. Counseling is also a relationship in which the client has a responsibility to participate in an open, honest, and cooperative manner.
My practice incudes counseling for children, adolescents, and adults. I have a passion for working with children with RAD (Reactive attachment disorder) and individuals with trauma and stressor-related disorders such as PTSD (Posttraumatic Stress Disorder). I also have a passion for working with individuals with substance-related disorders (alcohol and other mind-altering substances). However, I have experience working with a wide range of mental health issues.
Sarah Wheeler LCSW
I truly believe that as human beings we are capable of great change and are resilient by nature. Everyone’s path in life looks so very different, however at one point we all run into difficulties of diverse nature. In my personal and professional life I strive to seek ways to bring harmony and joy to others. Social work and therapy are my passion and fortunately also my career. I seek to assist every person I can to the fullest extent of my abilities as a mental health professional. My goals are simple, to help others achieve their own goals and reach their highest potential! I want to aid and support others in being able to make positive changes in their own lives and maintain these changes over time in a way that reflects the unique strengths, qualities and values that each of us possesses as well as the challenges we face throughout the journey of life.
I am a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a Masters degree in social work as well as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Oklahoma. I have worked in community mental health in multiple capacities for 5 years. My specialty has been working with adults, however I have had some remarkable opportunities to work with children and adolescents of all ages and continue to seek growth in practicing with these ages as I continue to grow in my practice. I enjoy working with individuals of all ages on a variety of areas including depression, anxiety, trauma reaction, mood disorders, adjusting to life changes, self-esteem, grief/loss, addiction, conflict resolution and other areas as well. I tailor my approach to meet each individuals needs and often integrate multiple perspectives to best work with people as they work to make difficult changes and face unique challenges in life.
I look forward to working with you and walking along-side you in your journey towards the future you envision!
Elizabeth Williams, LPC
Finding the time to work on ourselves can seem overwhelming. Seeking help can be anxiety provoking. But when we take the time to sift through the pain, improve our relationships and overall health, then our quality of life can improve. We can also learn how to better manage the difficult times that come. Life isn’t always pleasant, but you don’t have to go through it alone.
My approach is eclectic. I value each individual’s experience and perspective, so I pull from a variety of evidenced based models. I am trained in Trust-Based Relational Intervention and Circle of Security. I have also attended various training in Infant Mental Health and Childhood disorders. I work with children and adolescents with problematic behaviors, adjustment issues and anxiety/depression. I also work with families, adults and couples facing relationship issues, life changes, unresolved childhood issues and anxiety/depression.
Amanda Wiens, LPC
It is my pleasure to work with you in a therapeutic relationship. My primary belief is that what makes therapy effective is the quality of our relationship. You are being asked to share the deepest aspects of your personhood; as your therapist, I will treat these facets as sacred, confidential and worthy of my best work. I believe children have a voice but just have difficulty verbalizing it at times and through interactive and expressive therapy I am able to best communicate and build relationships.
I have a MA in counseling from Southern Nazarene University and am a Licensed Professional Counselor. In addition to my private practice I also work in an inpatient psychiatric hospital for children and specialized with children coping with trauma and sexual acting out behaviors. I have experience with depression, anxiety, trauma, inappropriate sexual behavior, autism, and family issues. I have received training in Parent Child Interaction Therapy as well as Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I enjoy working with children, adolescents, adults, and families.
Tamara Webb, LPC
I offer a safe, non-judgmental place to build a trusting therapeutic relationship that opens the door for lasting change. People seek counseling for hundreds of reasons. You might be experiencing a situational crisis or feel stuck in patterns that keep you from having the life you are longing for. Together we can discover what is holding you back, increase intimacy and connection in your relationships and develop your strengths to have a life of vitality, balance and peace of mind.
I have worked extensively with those struggling with PTSD and trauma and am certified in EMDR therapy. I also have training and experience in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, an evidence based treatment for personality, mood and impulse disorders.
I enjoy my work and have had the opportunity to work with individuals and couples struggling with PTSD and trauma related issues, Depression, Anxiety/Fears, Anger, Self-esteem issues, Impulsive behaviors, Professional and Personal Relationship issues, Co-Dependency, as well as other adjustment related issues.
Whatever reason you might currently be seeking help, I am committed to partnering with you on your journey.
Jesse Charles LPC, LMFT-US
Since earning my Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy & Community Counseling I have worked in a variety of clinical settings including private, community mental health, and schools. Areas of specialty include anxiety & depression, trauma recovery, relationship/marriage enhancement & communication, family conflict, life transitions, grief, addiction, and stress. As a military spouse, I am honored to work with service members and their families.
My approach draws prominently from existential and family systems principles, however, I adapt interventions according to individual, couple, and family needs. I hold that in honoring your dignity, experience, and responsibility we will encounter growth in understanding, hope & change.