Bethany Jones, MS
Bethany has a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and has extensive training and experience with children and adults with traumatic backgrounds. She worked for Arkansas Department of Human Services and has been involved with adoptive, foster, and kinship placements and she has a knowledge base for both caseworkers and the children they are assisting.
She has worked expansively with learning disabilities and behavioral disorders and has an innate ability to create a sense of calm in children who, when in stressful situations, can become verbally and physically aggressive. Bethany can create meaningful relationships with clients in a short amount of time establishing a trusting environment for both children and adults.
Toni Cater, MS
Olivia Oppermann, MS
Olivia has her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Oklahoma State University. She is currently in her second year as a doctoral student in Oklahoma City University's PsyD program. She also works with kids as a Mental Health technician at a behavioral hospital in Oklahoma City. Her areas of interest include psychological testing, childhood trauma, and adverse childhood experiences. Olivia values helping people and working with children.
Erin Groves, MS
Erin has a Bachelor of Arts in Human Relations and Psychology, and a Master of Arts and Sciences in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Oklahoma. She is currently a doctoral student in her third year in Oklahoma City University’s PsyD program. She has provided mental health services in a variety of settings. Her areas of clinical focus include psychological testing and adverse childhood experiences. In her free time Erin enjoys teaching competitive dance.
Bracey Dangerfield, MS
Bracey has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Oklahoma and Master of Science in Counseling from Mid America Christian University. He is currently in his third year as a doctoral student in Oklahoma City University's PsyD program. He has conducted psychological assessments, provided mental health services in a variety of settings, and worked with individuals across the lifespan. His areas of clinical focus include psychological testing and underprivileged youth. In his free time, Bracey enjoys reading, spending time with family and friends, and playing pool.