Counseling for People that are Ready to Get the Best Out of Life
You deserve better than to feel stressed all the time. You can get in touch with us AND download our free guide "4 Ways You Can Improve Your Mental Health without Therapy" below.
No one else can imagine what you are going through when you are a trauma survivor. It is a unique experience. Made more so by the fact that trauma impacts different people in different ways.
Long term emotional distress is depression, which can become overwhelming. When this occurs, we either struggle alone or wisely recognize that others are willing and waiting to help.
Couples and Marriage Counseling
A relationship goes through many twists and turns as it progresses, and it is common for relationships to hit some rough spots along the way. There is no such thing as a perfect relationship, and the true sign of a healthy relationship is not …
Anxiety. PTSD. OCD, GAD, ADHD, the lists go on. That choking feeling that robs you of fullness of life. Comes when you least expect it. Stays when you most want it to leave. Debilitates you when you hate it most. What purpose does it serve …
Asking for Help Should Feel Normal
Life is often unpredictable and everyone goes through rough periods of their life. If you struggle with depression, don’t have motivation, have experienced trauma, lost a loved one, are going through a divorce, or just need someone to talk to, you will benefit from our caring therapy. You don’t have to have a life-shattering event happen to receive the benefits of counseling.
Asking for help is simply your next step to getting back to feeling good about your life.
A Team You Can Trust
It can be tough to know who you can trust when it comes to your mental help. We've worked with thousands of customers and have over 20 counselors on staff to assure that you can find someone that gets you and knows how to listen while guiding you towards personal growth.
Here are a few of our team members...
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.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
Finally found a doctor that i love and i feel will help me. The only complaint is there is no one to reach out to after hours when a medication refill is needed. I have a medication waiting at the pharmacy for approval and the pharmacy has sent it 2 times and it still is not approved. I need this medication and i cannot get it.Sara C
Making appointments and getting scheduled is painless, they seem to know what they're doing and operate accordingly. In response to some of the other feedback: They're a business at the end of the day and an incredibly busy one, so yes, you *are* expected to pay your co-pays and make it to your appointments. Like any form of psychiatric help, it is on the patient (or their guardian...) to take responsibility for their well-being. They can't help people who don't want to prioritize their care. The staff are communicative and my doctor there seemed to know the right direction to go with me right away. I have noticed an almost immediate improvement in my life. This is not typical for me, and may not be for you; That said, it gives me hope that sticking with this long term will actually make a difference. I have not been able to say that for a lot of outfits like this.Eric M
I've been going to a suboxone dr for over 6 years. Dr peter rao. He had to drop a third of his patients due to a 2nd job. I was left with no where to go. I tried schelding an apoinment as a first time patient with Kaitlin hiddle. But unfortunately due to covid-19 she doesn't have a return date now. So I have to find somewhere else in the meanwhile. I may not be a patient here. But I have spoke to several different people here about my situation several times over the past 2 months. and the whole staff is friendly. They even tried to call my old place that dropped me to give me a few more refills till I could find a place to go to until dr Kaitlin hiddle comes back. From my experience of talking to them on the phone like 12 times and me taking up a lot of their time. They really seem to care a lot about people. They listen to everything you have to say. Honestly probably annoyed them with all my calls. Lol. Hannah was one of the people that really tried helping my situation. In the meantime im still trying to find a place to go too.Kevin L
Dr. Gus exudes warmth and friendliness to his patients, and is extremely down to earth despite being one at the top of his field. So glad we found him!Janelle G.
Taylor tope saved my life! She put me on a life saving medicine it's been 4 day's and needless to say i don't ever want to go back to being on pain medication she understands me very well, she's smart, emphatic and Erica Lapham the Medical asst is amazing she does her stuff and know's it well, thank you ladies this place saved my life i don't know how else to thank this place but leaving a good review isn't enough you guy's deserve much more thank you once again everybody at crossroads now i have my life back i can continue being a great mom, a Nurse, and a wife. Thank you Crossroads.Julie C
We Understand Your Situation
With our team coming from decades of experience, we know how important therapy is and even go through it ourselves to keep ourselves healthy. The reality is that we all need someone to talk to, life can throw a lot at us!
That's why we've gone out of our way to make sure every process and everything we do is structured around helping you get what you need as quick as possible.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I really need therapy? I can usually handle my problems.
Life is often unpredictable and everyone goes through rough periods of their life. If you struggle with depression, don’t have motivation, been through trauma...
What can I expect in the first session when I see a therapist?
Our sessions range from 50 minutes to 1 hour in length. The first session with the therapist is a diagnostic interview that will consist of the therapist learning about the presented issue...