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for Therapists in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma including Counselors & Psychologists

Connect with the right therapist today. Search the TherapyTribe community for a specialists in your area. Oklahoma City is home to many great mental health professionals focusing on the needs of people of all ages and backgrounds. Search our therapist blog, informational pages, and professional profiles pages to find a Oklahoma City specialist that best matches the needs of your loved ones and yourself.
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Dr. Philip Hyde, Ph.D., Psychologist

Because the relationship between a client and the therapist is so crucial for a positive therapeutic outcome to take place, I offer first time clients a 20 minute introductory session at "no charge" thus allowing individuals, couples or families to meet and to see if there is a "fit" between us.

2.08 miles from

1117 N.W. 50th. St. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118-4401

t: 405.842.4435

w: Philip C. Hyde, Ph.D.

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Kris Bryant, MA, LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor

Today you are one step closer to a sense of hope, purpose, connection, and well-being. Using best practices in psychology, psychotherapy, and personal coaching I can help you and your family thrive in everyday life. The interventions and techniques I use are research-based and effective in helping p

3.51 miles from

5100 N Brookline Ave Suite 330 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112

t: (405) 234-5522


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Sid Kramer, LCSW , Clinical Social Work/Therapist

I am an experienced therapist with 30 years of working with individuals and couples in helping them to improve their lives. My approach is interactive, solution focused and respectful of all persons. Clients in my practice typically find improvement in feelings and relationships.

4.34 miles from

6440 Avondale Drive Suite 207 Nichols Hills, Oklahoma 73116

t: (405) 640-3554

w: Sid Kramer, LCSW

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Tricia Myers, M.S., LPC, LADC, Counselor/Therapist

The therapeutic approach I use helps to increase self-awareness & promotes growth. By gaining insight, clients can develop a deeper understanding how their past impacts the present. This form of treatment helps the unconscious become conscious so
long-term change can be made possible

9.57 miles from

1985 W. 33rd Edmond, Oklahoma 73013

t: (405) 693-6902

w: Trish Myers

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Barbara Wise Doyle, LPC/MAC/NCC, Licensed Professional Counselor

You may need help moving toward a more balanced and positive life. Many people, particularly in the Second Half of Life, can use help dealing with general life challenges such as relationships, depression, anxiety, grief and mood disorders. I help people like you and your family daily.

9.57 miles from

929 NW 164th Street Suite 114 Edmond, Oklahoma 73013

t: 405-922-2608

f: 405-657-2420

w: Barbara Wise Doyle, LPC/MAC/NCC

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Oklahoma City
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Oklahoma City is a small, dynamic place that encourages its residents to settle and enjoy family life. Its average residents, middle-aged and middle-income people with families, are also those most likely to need mental health assistance. The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) indicates that the biggest mental health concerns in the metropolitan area are mood disorders, substance abuse and addiction, and acute mental illness such as schizophrenia.

The ODMHSAS and the Mental Health Association of Central Oklahoma (MHACO) offer a variety of tools for identifying these issues affecting the community. The MHACO supports a number of free hotlines for mental health crises, including the Suicide Prevention Lifeline and the 2-1-1 Emergency Information line. The ODMHSAS also has an outreach hotline. These services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In addition to emergency numbers, both organizations hold informational events throughout the year to discuss everything from chronic depression to gambling addiction. Also, they offer tips on identifying signs of mental illness. The voluntary Teen Screen program offers mental health outreach for schools, shelters, and youth organizations to help a population whose mental health needs often go unreported.

If you think you or someone you know could benefit from work with a mental health specialist but you're not sure where to start, these Oklahoma City informational events and services are a great place. You should also look for therapists who are geographically convenient for you, and who can provide a therapy environment that's most comfortable for you.

Being able to communicate effectively about your mental health needs and concerns will help you and your therapist make a positive, productive treatment plan. You can learn to express feelings of depression, describe experiences with substance addiction, identify signs of mood disorders and address the confusion associated with psychosis by learning from professionals with years of experience treating these issues.

Mental health care in Oklahoma City is affordable for everyone regardless of income. Many health insurance programs offer coverage for mental health treatment. In addition, Oklahoma City has a number of mental health services designed for people in low-income circumstances. There are programs that offer low-cost and no-cost mental health care for people in need throughout Central Oklahoma, and some programs provide supplemental care for veterans in the region.

Oklahoma City's community of mental health professionals is dedicated to making the region a safe and positive place to call home for everyone. Every problem, no matter how difficult, has a solution. Educating yourself about mental health and reaching out to those who can help are the first steps toward a brighter future.