Brooke is a DONA trained birth doula, with an eager heart to serve expectant mothers. As a wife, mother of one, and Speech Pathologist, brooke was led to become a birth doula after discovering her passion for pregnancy, birth, and postpartum life after bringing her daughter into the world. She is committed to ensuring that women and their support person are educated in what their options are for labor and delivery, how to prepare for their ideal birth experience, how to cope and adapt when the plan changes, and how to reflect joyfully on their birth experience. Brooke provides prenatal visits, support throughout the pregnancy via phone or text, labor and delivery support from early labor until the initial feeding is established, and a postpartum visit to check in on Mom, baby, and the family. Whether you’re delivering in a hospital, birthing center, or your home, medicated or unmedicated, peace and confidence throughout the process is her top priority for her clients. Brooke will be continuing her education this fall to include advanced rebozo training and hip closure, and plans to extend her training to include postpartum doula care. Childbirth is an extraordinary, spiritual, and empowering experience for women, and Brooke feels honored to partner with new and experienced mothers and their loved ones as they welcome their babies.
Scott Thomas is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of Oklahoma. He also is an EMDR therapist. His twenty years of professional experience has served two church congregations, and a counseling private practice.
Julie Likins, LCSW, CCPS is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Certified Clinical Partner Specialist through the Association of Partners of Sex Addicts Trauma Specialists (APSATS). Julie utilizes an eclectic approach to therapy, tailoring her approach to each person as an individual.
James (Jim) Grinnell is a Licensed Marital and Family Therapist as well as a Certified Sex Therapist. Mr. Grinnell focuses on adult counseling, marriage issues, marriage communication, affair recovery, and sexual issues.
So often we are able to solve our own problems when we are given the opportunity to talk them out with someone who is willing to listen. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Dawn Ferrill provides that caring, active listening that can help you sort out your life issues.
Cathy is a licensed marriage and family therapist. She uses solution-focused, reality therapy and client-centered therapy to help clients achieve their goals and address depression, anxiety, grief, anger, self-injury and other issues.
Dr. Saliba is double board certified psychiatrist with the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and General Psychiatry. This allows Dr. Saliba to see a full life range of patients from small children all the way to the elderly.
Andrew Carter, PA-C has worked in multiple outpatient psychiatric clinics across Tulsa with both child & adolescent psychiatrists and adult psychiatrists. He takes a harm reduction approach in all areas of treatment.
Holly is licensed as a professional counselor, is a board-approved supervisor in Oklahoma, and is also licensed as a Mental Health Counselor in Indiana. Holly developed a passion for helping clients develop holistically and learn about their strengths, gifts, skills, and passions that will ultimately point them toward a rewarding life and career.
Sharon has gained expertise in a variety of areas over the last 25 years, including problems with school, family, and work. She works with people of all ages, helping them express their thoughts and feelings so they do not act them out with negative behaviors.
Emily is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), with a Master’s degree in Human Relations from the University of Oklahoma. She loves helping clients share their stories in a meaningful way, discover acceptance and peace in the present, and find hope for the future. Emily’s counseling experience has included work in diverse settings.
Mark provides therapy for men who are struggling with AND want to overcome sexual addiction. This includes addiction to porn, strip clubs, engaging with prostitutes, infidelity and other forms of sexually acting out which is creating distress in any or all areas of their lives.
Laura Fite is a Licensed professional counselor and has been counseling individuals and families for over 15 years. Whether it is a life stage transition or traumatic event she wants to co-labor with clients to find new beginnings and perhaps necessary endings.
Constance Alexander, LMFT is a Marriage and Family Therapist. Connie’s desire is to assist with children, adolescents, couples and families. She has been in the counseling arena for over 23 years and is certified in Trauma Focused Therapy.
Dr. Cynthia Bruns is a practicing child and adolescent psychiatrist. Cynthia Bruns, D.O. earned her medical degree at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1993. Dr. Bruns completed a family practice internship at the Medical College of Georgia in 1994.
As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Judith Branum enjoys facilitating the process of lasting change in families, couples and individuals who feel ‘stuck’ in cycles that lead to feelings of hopelessness, depression, anger, and sadness.
Ron Wood LPC, LADC, a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor, believes difficult circumstances do not have to define us and there is the possibility of hope in every situation. For many years, Ron has successfully provided a safe, supportive and healing atmosphere for adults and teens who face a variety of issues.
Terra has been a licensed therapist since 1994 and is credentialed as a Licensed Professional Counselor. Having worked 16 years in the education system, she has extensive experience working with children and families both as an M+15 teacher and a Licensed School Counselor. Through the Oklahoma Marriage Initiative, she has been Oklahoma State PREP certified.
Taylor is experienced working with patients from elementary school age to post-retirement, and strives to create a therapeutic relationship in which patients feel accepted and respected. Taylor is experienced in treating patients with a variety of behavioral health issues, including depression, anxiety, PTSD, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, ADHD, grief and personality disorders.
Kaitlin worked at Saint Francis Hospital in neuroscience as a registered nurse in 2012 before deciding to go back to school in 2013 in order to further her nursing career. Kaitlin commonly sees patients suffering with depression, anxiety, ADHD, personality disorders, and opioid dependence, to name a few.