CKCS has a collective of private practitioners who do excellent work at our Agency offices in Tulsa, Owasso, Broken Arrow, and Pryor, as well at school sites around Northeast Oklahoma. We also serve clients in the Northwest Arkansas area through our office in Siloam Springs.  All of our clinicians are committed to connection with clients, competence in their work, and compliance with ethical and state requirements in their profession. We are proud to have them on the team!

Chris King


Chris is the owner operator of Chris King Counseling Services LLC, a private Counseling practice in the Tulsa OK area. After spending over 20 years helping people in areas of camp ministry, youth work, and experiential learning, Chris has been helping counseling clients move toward wholeness since 2011. He was the Director of Programs at New Life Ranch and Camp Orchard Hill, Youth Ministry Director at Liberty Church, and Lead Facilitator with Challenge Quest before entering into therapy work full time. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Oklahoma and a Nationally Certified Counselor who uses cognitive behavioral therapy, ACT, and reality therapy in a typically experiential context.  Chris serves in our Tulsa, Broken Arrow, and Siloam Springs offices.  Chris works in both our CKCS Behavioral Health division and with our private practice Chris King Counseling Group

Insurance Accepted:
BCBS Private Pay

Our Team of Therapists

Alicia “Allie” Davis

Clinical Director, Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LADC/MH

Feeling down, confused, anxious or angry? Struggling with an addiction? Overwhelmed by life’s everyday challenges? Simply need someone to listen? Allie Davis offers the understanding and guidance you need to achieve greater satisfaction in your life and relationships. While it is not easy to reach out for support, remember that almost everyone will encounter internal or external experiences that require therapeutic intervention. The counseling relationship provides an outlet to explore and modify aspects of life that cause distress and empowers clients to identify and resolve future challenges.  Allie offers individual counseling through Motivational interviewing, Person Centered and Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy approaches, however alternate methods are utilized when necessary to customize treatment plans based on the needs of clients.

In some cases you may need to talk out a quick problem, but in others you may need to process through specific life events, I am here to support you through either. Ultimately, therapy can lead you to greater self-awareness, self-esteem, and most importantly, a more fulfilling life.

Allie serves in our Tulsa Office with our private practice Chris King Counseling Group.
Insurance Accepted:
BCBS, Health Choice, Medicaid, UMR, UnitedHealthcare UHC | UBH

Julius Walt

Director of Operations, LPC

Since starting in the counseling field since 2015 I have worked as an intern, case manager, LPC-C, and now a Licensed Professional Counselor and have had the opportunity to work with a number of diverse clientele.

Much of my initial experience has been with adults with chronic sever mental health issues in an intensive outpatient setting with day services, group, and individual sessions. I have also had significant experience working with clients ages 6 and older in individual outpatient settings. During this time I have worked in inpatient hospital settings, serving the unhoused population through shelter work, in multiple outpatient care settings. I have worked in private practice, schools, and community mental health settings. I am supportive of the LGBTQ+ community. I am always looking to expand my knowledge and ability to help and support clients who meet with me in all of the stressors that life presents them. I work with clients from a number of different therapeutic theories based on each unique situation and operate from a bio-psycho-social-spiritual methodology of treatment to ensure that we cover all areas of life that connect to our mental health.

When I am not working, I enjoy spending time in the garden and attempting to grow anything I can get my hands on and encouraging others to do the same. I also enjoy reading, cooking, and engaging in the local community.

Julius serves in our Tulsa and Owasso offices and works in both our CKCS Behavioral Health division and with our private practice Chris King Counseling Group.
Insurance Accepted:
BCBS, Optum, UnitedHealth, UMR, Aetna, Soonercare, Private Pay

Tara Brown


My ideal client is any individual looking for a change from their current situation. We all have times in our lives where we may feel stuck, confused, lost and/or alone. In times like these, it’s helpful knowing there is someone who may be able to help. I offer a different perspective, a listening ear and the possibility for change. I want to offer hope for those who have lost hope and insight into why someone may feel stuck in their current problems.

My degree in Marriage and Family counseling has given me a broad education in systems theory, identifying how one member in a family can affect the whole system. I love working with couples, families and adolescents and invite members of the system to be actively involved in the client’s treatment.

If you have suffered trauma, pain, hurt and wounds from the past, hindering you from living your fullest potential, you are a candidate for counseling. It takes great strength to reach out and ask for help. We are not meant to live this life alone. Do not hesitate to reach out if you are looking for someone who can help guide you to a different path.

Tara serves in our Tulsa offices with our CKCS Behavioral Health division.
Insurance Accepted:
Aetna, BCBS, Health Choice, Optum, UnitedHealthcare, Private Pay

Stacey Darr


I am a licensed clinical social worker who enjoys partnering with my clients to process their experiences, navigate the challenges of life and achieve their goals in a setting of support and compassion. I have over 25 years of social work experience in healthcare involving counseling and case management with clients of varied backgrounds. I am inspired by my clients’ willingness to be vulnerable and their courage to take steps toward positive change. Within my practice, I am respectful of the spiritual beliefs of individuals and comfortable integrating them in therapy if sought.

On a lighter note, I am an animal lover and have never met a pup that I didn’t like. I enjoy spending time with family and friends, traveling, and never miss a chance to go to the mountains.

Stacey serves in our Tulsa offices and works in both our CKCS Behavioral Health division and with our private practice Chris King Counseling Group.
Insurance Accepted:
Optum, Healthchoice, Private Pay

Anna Smith


I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor here in Oklahoma. I graduated with honors in 2011 from NSU with my Master’s of Science in Counseling Psychology. I have been a licensed therapist since March of 2014 and have been a licensing supervisor since 2016. My theoretical orientation is in Existential Therapy and I practice from a Humanistic and Person-Centered approach. I work primarily with anxiety, depression, PTSD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, and many others. I see individuals, families, and sometimes run group counseling programs. I would love to help you with living your best life and moving in the direction you want to go.

Anna serves in our Tulsa offices and works in both our CKCS Behavioral Health division and with our private practice Chris King Counseling Group.
Insurance Accepted:
Soonercare/Medicaid, Aetna, BCBS, Private Pay

Sheila R. Hudgins


Life is hard and it can become overwhelming with all the difficulties we face daily. It is important for us to be heard and recognized in our struggles and challenges. I am a licensed professional counselor with over 10 years’ experience in community mental health offering therapeutic services to adolescents, adults, and families in a variety of settings. I love to provide my clients and families a listening ear and safe space to be understood and valued in their stories, to recognize how past experiences inform their present and discover strengths they didn’t even know they had. I believe in the importance of the therapeutic relationship and its work of solution-oriented goals and strategies to manage life. If you are struggling, experiencing pain, hurt or loss and feeling the need for connection, understanding and a new perspective, there is hope. This is the time to reach out and make the first step towards healing and growth

I am a licensed professional counselor with over 10 years’ experience in community mental health providing therapeutic services for adolescents, adults and families struggling with the impact of trauma, abuse, anxiety and depression. My focus is client centered and solution-oriented, utilizing Trauma-Focused CBT and Trust Based Relational Interventions to set strategic goals in collaboration with clients and their families.

Sheila serves in our Tulsa and Owasso offices and works in both our CKCS Behavioral Health division and with our private practice Chris King Counseling Group.
Insurance Accepted:
BCBS, HealthChoice, United Healthcare, UMR, Soonercare/ Medicaid

Jenna Murray


I am a native Tulsan. I’m very passionate about helping others overcome their obstacles and grow within themselves. I also have a big heart for the LGBTQ+ community and want to be an ally and advocate for them in Tulsa. I have an open mind and heart. I value a therapeutic relationship with my clients and focus on what the client needs in order to live a fulfilled life. I believe that people have the tools they need to succeed and the strength to do so. A fun fact about me (Jenna) is I love arts and crafts”
I have experience working with the transgender community and have had training on transitioning.
I am excited to hear from you and work on making changes in your life that can help you live a better life for yourself.

Jenna serves in our Tulsa Offices and works in our CKCS Behavioral Health division.
Insurance Accepted:
Soonercare, Private Pay

Susan Terhune


I earned my Master’s of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Oklahoma State University in May 2020. I grew up in the Tulsa area and consider Oklahoma my home. After graduating high school, I moved abroad for 9 years which sparked my passion for helping immigrants and minorities. I learned conversational German and am studying Spanish. I am a mom of one wonderful little boy and two adult stepdaughters. I love gardening and spending nice days on my patio. I love to travel, meet new people, and learn about their life stories. I am trained in EMDR and have experience treating childhood trauma, BPD, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, and Anxiety. I love being a therapist because I believe I am making the world a better place by helping others. I think this is the meaning of life. I am a huge advocate for my clients. I enjoy helping others turn their adverse experiences into opportunities for growth. Ego state/inner childhood work is my passion, helping my clients overcome childhood experiences and meet their own emotional needs as adults. I believe we are alive to help each other and create a healthier future for generations to come.

Susan serves in our Tulsa offices and works in our CKCS Behavioral Health division.
Insurance Accepted:
Soonercare/Medicaid, Private Pay

Kimberly Litterell


I earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology and a Master of Science degree in Forensic Psychology from Oklahoma State University, and a Master of Art  degree in Counseling Psychology from Southern Nazarene University. I have several years of experience supporting individuals and families as they work
through difficult and complex situations, including family separation, foster and guardianship care, adoption, and complex and/or developmental trauma. I have volunteered as a youth and children’s leader in my church and as a Special Olympics coach. I have worked as a child welfare worker and am an adoptive parent. I am also an adjunct professor, currently teaching undergraduate
psychology students.

Since starting in the counseling field in 2019, I have worked as an intern, a behavioral health case manager, and now am an LPC – candidate. I like to approach counseling from a systemic perspective and am passionate about helping children, adults, and families suffering from anxiety, depression, day-to-day stress, behavioral and social issues, challenges adjusting after life-changes, and/or after experiencing trauma or abuse. I utilize experiential play therapy and client-centered play, as well as several other methods based on the needs of my clients. I am trained in EMDR, certified in Autplay, and trained in Theraplay, a therapy model used to build and enhance strong attachment between children and the important adults in their lives. I have a passion for educating, encouraging, and empowering individuals and families to meet their own unique goals and find joy and acceptance of their genuine self.

Kimberly serves in our Tulsa offices and works in our CKCS Behavioral Health division.
Insurance Accepted:
Soonercare, Private Pay

Tyler Ryan


As a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPC-C), I am privileged to be working with a wide array of clients while under supervision for licensure. My biggest passion is helping pre-marital and married couples create a strong intimacy and desire for one another in their relationships, as well as assisting families navigate their struggles to build a better cohesion with one another. My background in case management with adolescents and adults has afforded me the experience to help families deal with those challenges. I also have a special place in my heart for helping families with children who have autism, due to working with these wonderful human beings for the past three and a half years.

Additionally, my service in the Marines gives me a first-hand understanding of the various challenges veterans face. Working with veterans is also another demographic of people that I feel especially equipped to help them with managing their struggles in life.

Tyler serves in our Tulsa and Owasso offices and works in both our CKCS Behavioral Health division.
Insurance Accepted:
Soonercare, Private Pay

Meghan Dodson


I earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Behavioral Science from Rogers State University and a Master’s of Human Relations, in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Oklahoma. Helping people has always been a passion of mine. Prior to graduate school, I worked as a social worker in the foster care setting where I devoted 10+ years working with children and families. This work deepened my understanding about attachment, the critical importance of connection in human development and its impact. I have worked with people of all ages and stages of life. My additional passion is helping clients through transitional times— especially new parenthood. Parenting is hard, but it can be much more rewarding and energizing when we refocus our priorities on authentic and loving connections. My empathetic nature plays a role in my therapeutic style. Much of my clinical work draws from Emotionally Focused Therapy, trauma informed, relational, and attachment-based approaches, as well as elements of cognitive- behavioral therapy, mindfulness practices. However, I value an eclectic approach and meeting my clients where they are and coming along side them. Just as important as the clinical framework, is my connection with you, the client. My goal is to assist you in exploring and discovering your own ability to heal from within. Through empathy, insight, and mindfulness I work to create a safe, connected, and restorative environment where you feel heard without fear of judgment.  

Meghan Serves in our Tulsa, Owasso, and Pryor offices and works in both our CKCS Behavioral Health division.
Insurance Accepted:
Private Pay

Bobbi Sharp


I went back to college when I was 25 years old and my second child was turning 1 with the intention of becoming a counselor. I got my start at Tulsa Community College where I received an associates degree in Psychology. While studying at TCC I was introduced to social work and the idea that a person’s environment can play a huge role in their well-being and access to resources can be vital for a person’s success. From there, I went on to Northeastern State University where I received a Bachelor of Social Work Degree. I transferred to the University of Oklahoma and took part in their two year Advanced Standing program and received a Masters of Social Work degree. While studying for my Bachelor’s degree I was an intern at an organization in Tulsa who assisted individuals who were living with HIV/AIDS. I later took a job with them holding a number of positions over the 5 years I was employed by them. My background consists mainly of case management services, linkage to healthcare systems and other community resources. I was most drawn to this position because of the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children by providing them with the tools they need to be successful. I am looking forward to meeting and working with your kids and family!  

Bobbi serves with The Common Good Tulsa agency as our therapist in partnership with The Northwest Hub  community outreach center.  She is helping us work to better serve our community through connections outside of the office space.  Bobbi works in our CKCS Behavioral Health division.

Insurance Accepted:
Private Pay

Mike Blacet


My counseling approach accepts the whole person and their broad experience, taking this into account to help clients to see and understand their pain, strengths, root causes, and remedies in order to move toward a full sense of healing and resolution. I believe that this full sense of healing cannot be had without a strong and healthy sense of purpose, hope, identity, and worth. “Why is this happening?” and “What can I do about this?” are common questions that come with many struggles. This is often true when the struggle is individual, circumstantial, or involves relationships with others. I can help address these issues.

I help clients identify and tend to the needs they have that underlie the problems, to craft practically applied solutions, and to address obstacles that have been keeping clients from their healing. I guide clients to personalized remedies that foster healing and protect from repeating painful and ineffective patterns of thoughts, feelings, and actions.

Mike serves in our Broken Arrow offices and works with our private practice Chris King Counseling Group.
Insurance Accepted:
Aetna, BCBS, United Health Care, UMR, Health Choice, Private Pay

Mary Catherine Corbell


I am experienced in working with adolescents ranging from 4-17 years of age. I am a contractor that goes into several public schools and leads mental health groups for elementary age children where we focus on a variety of skills each week. I also assist in co-leading a trauma group for young children. The group’s mission is to educate and support parents and guardians with evidence based practices. When we can understand how trauma impacts the brain then we can take steps towards helping become part of the solution. My passion is to apply my knowledge and extensive practical therapy to assist children and families reach their highest potential.

I enjoy travel anywhere and learning about a new place!!!! I also love to read and am a book nerd!

Mary Catherine serves in our Broken Arrow offices and works with our private practice Chris King Counseling Group.
Insurance Accepted:
BCBS, Health Choice, United Healthcare, UMR, Private Pay

Dr. Danielle Zanotti

PhD, MA, Clinical Psychologist, Mental Health Counselor

I am a clinical psychologist who grew up in the Oklahoma City area and am honored to provide evidence-based mental health care to adolescents and adults across the state of Oklahoma via tele-services (i.e., video sessions). I attended Kansas State University, where I played women’s college basketball while earning my bachelor’s degree in psychology. A fun fact about me is that I was a part of the 2008 Big 12 championship team. I went on to coach for 4 years at KSU before attending graduate school at the University of Tulsa. I earned my doctorate degree in clinical psychology in 2019. In addition to seeing private practice clients, I work for the Veterans Affairs Hospital where I provide mental health treatment to our military Veterans.

I am trained in cognitive behavioral therapies to address concerns related to anxiety, depression, sleep, trauma, and adjustment related disorders. I am a nationally certified provider of two evidence-based therapies for post-traumatic stress disorder: cognitive processing therapy and prolonged exposure. Additionally, I have combined my personal history in competitive athletics and specialty training in sports psychology to be able to provide therapy for athletes who are wanting assistance with improving their athletic performance and overcoming obstacles that are impeding their goals (e.g., problems with confidence, focus, anxiety management, or injury).

Danielle accepts clients through Telehealth only at this time and works with our private practice Chris King Counseling Group.
Insurance Accepted:
Aetna, BCBS, United, Private Pay

Percy Calvert III

Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, RPT

I’m willing to meet you where you are if you are unable to come into the office. I know that due to everyday life/work it can be difficult to add another trip into you already busy schedule. I work a flexible schedule. I take early morning appointments, willing to be in office or your location as early as 07:00am.

I specialize in working with children (3 to 18) and adults that are struggling with anger, aggression, defiance, anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem. As a registered play therapist, I utilize play therapy with children ages 3 to 8. Children usually express themselves better through play.

Special factors to consider: If I am unable to meet your needs, I work in an office of other Professional Counselors that I can refer you too. There is always a solution or plan that can be made in providing you the best services possible.
Take the first step to help. Call Percy Calvert III now – (918) 417-1921

Percy serves in our Owasso offices and works in our CKCS Behavioral Health division.
Insurance Accepted:

Stephanie Ivey


Do you or your children struggle to live in the world that surrounds us all? Find yourself feeling down or anxious? I’m here to help you navigate the “bumps” in the road to your inner peace.
I have personal experience with autism spectrum disorders, developmental delays and sensory processing disorder as well depression. I also have experience working with people struggling with anxiety, ADHD and obsessive compulsive disorder. I would love to assist you on your journey to A Peace Within.

Stephanie serves in our Owasso offices and works in our CKCS Behavioral Health division.
Insurance Accepted:

Melissa Winterschied,


I am a certified infant and early childhood and play therapist who accepts most insurance payments seeing CKCS clients in both Owasso and Tulsa. Let’s face it life is not always rainbows and sunshine. Are you stressed, sad, or overwhelmed? Is your child having problems at home or school? Going through a divorce? Past traumas rearing their ugly head. My main goal is to provide you with a safe environment to work through life’s challenges. I would love to help you find and grow your hope.

I fully believe in treating every client as an individual and that not every client will benefit from one theory. I am certified in Play and Sandtray therapy, and use techniques with both children and adults. I also use CBT, Brief Therapy, and many other modalities to help.

I enjoy working with people of all ages, although my focus has been mostly working with children from birth to 13 years. I work with children, parents, and families providing individual, group and family therapy. I also provide counseling for adults of all ages as they navigate life challenges especially in the areas of trauma, anxiety, and transition

Melissa serves in our Tulsa and Owasso offices and works in both our CKCS Behavioral Health division and with our private practice Chris King Counseling Group.
Insurance Accepted:
Soonercare/Medicaid, Multi-Plan/PHCS, Health Choice, MHNet, Magellen, Beacon, Optum, United Health, UMR, Aetna, BCBS

Rebecca Woodson


I am a Licensed Marital and Family Therapist in Oklahoma and Arkansas and have been practicing since 2012. I received a Bachelor of General Studies in Psychology from the University of Kansas in 2003 and a dual Master of Science in Marriage & Family Therapy and Community Counseling from John Brown University in 2007. My experience lies mostly in working with individuals presenting with symptoms associated with depression, anxiety, complex and/or developmental trauma, and grief. I enjoy working with people of all ages but I primarily serve clients ages 10 and over. People are my passion! I love hearing people’s life stories and watching the process of transformation and beauty that emerges when someone commits to knowing themselves, to healing old wounds, and discovering a new way of being that is more fully alive and embodied.

A few fun facts about me: I spent 4.5 of my young adult years teaching English overseas in South Korea. I enjoy yoga, rock climbing, gardening, traveling, reading, and spending time with my family and friends.

Rebecca serves primarily in our Arkansas offices and works iwith our private practice Chris King Counseling Group.
Insurance Accepted:
Beacon, BCBS, Multiplan Inc., United Behavioral Health, US Behavioral Health Plan, Health Choice, Optum, United Healthcare, Humana, Choice Care, Magellan Health Services, UMR, Aetna, Private Pay

Ardelle (Roberta) Walters

LPC, YTT-200 (Yoga Basic Trained Teacher)

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor practicing via Telehealth for Arkansas residents. I have extensive experience working with adults on a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, grief, self-esteem, and relationships. As a clergy spouse I am particularly interested in the emotional well-being of clergy and their families. I have served on a network of therapists for Presbyterian clergy families in Arkansas in addition to serving as CREDO faculty and Planning for Wellness faculty for Episcopal clergy nationwide. I am also the founder of The Partner’s Path, a national organization to connect and support spouses of Episcopal clergy. I happily see clients of all faith traditions, including the non-traditions and non-religious. My free time usually includes yoga, running, walking, writing, an occasional bike ride, daydreaming, and baking (especially muffins). I and my husband Scott have two grown children, Alden and Kate, plus a bonus daughter Hannah — all of whom are amazing twenty-somethings.

Ardelle sees clients in our Siloam Springs office and is only accepting Telehealth clients at this time and works with our private practice Chris King Counseling Group.
Insurance Accepted:
BCBS AR, Aetna, HealthChoice, Optum, Self pay