Stacie Costa, LPC, CCSAS, CCPS, Christian Life Coach

Hello, and thank you for taking the time to allow me to introduce myself. I would be greatly honored to assist you with your personal counseling, marriage counseling or coaching needs.

Post licensure to the present, I have continued my education and supervision in the area of human sexuality and relationships.  Currently I am working on becoming certified by IITAP* as a Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist.  This is an extensive training and allows me access  to great continuing education as well as to some very helpful tools for my clients in the form of formal assessments and recovery materials to aid in trauma recovery for both the betrayer and the betrayed.  I am certified by C-SASI* as a Certified Clinical Sexual Addiction Specialist. Additionally, I am a Certified Clinical Partner Specialist through APSATS* in order to provide trauma recovery services to the partners of sex addicts. Further, I have completed the certified sexual addiction and betrayal trauma courses and supervision offered through Addo Recovery.

If you are uncomfortable with the idea of working with a counselor or are out of the state of Oklahoma, I am also certified a Christian Life Coach and can offer a helping relationship with a primary focus on your strengths and goals. I coach and counsel in the area of sexual addiction for the addict, spouse and the couple.

I earned my Masters of Arts degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University. Gaining experience toward LPC licensure, I worked in both an inpatient mental health hospital and an outpatient practice setting. Within those placements, I gained experience with children, adolescents, adults, families, individuals, and couples covering a wide variety of issues and problems. Since licensure, I have assisted clients in a private practice setting.

I entered the counseling profession after many years in the business world. My earlier resume included corporate accounting, real estate sales, therapeutic services to children and adults with a variety of challenges, and other business endeavors. As a result of a broad spectrum of professional experiences, I have accumulated a wealth of relationships with many types of people of all ages. I have enjoyed teaching, speaking, and facilitating groups in a variety of settings, as well as mentoring others in their efforts. The culmination of all my past endeavors helped to prepare me for my entrance into the counseling and coaching fields.

Clinically, my work utilizes a cognitive behavioral approach; which has an underlying theory that a person’s beliefs affect feelings and behavior. Many times such beliefs were instilled in childhood or through experiences and may not even be something that the person is consciously aware of on a day to day basis. These beliefs may be true, contain an element of truth, or actually be false. Once identified and appropriately adjusted, a person has the ability to make changes that can be sustained over time which results in more positive feelings and behaviors. In addition to this theory base, I utilize the tools of a number of theories to customize services to best meet the needs of my clients. I apply Christian counseling principles and utilize biblical truths to those clients who request it. Most importantly, I genuinely care for each person that I have a therapeutic relationship with and recognize that it is a privilege to assist each one in a trustworthy and safe manner.

On a more personal note, I am the mother of 3 grown daughters, and “Mimi” to 6 young grandchildren. I enjoy being outdoors, gardening, cruising on my 4-wheeler, operating a sawmill, reading and writing, and laughing with family and friends. I am active in church and embrace a Christian worldview; always seeking new growth in my relationship with God. I love to learn and look for the lessons in all situations. I feel humbled and fortunate to work in a way that brings help to others.

I sincerely look forward to meeting you and walking awhile with you through your life’s journey.

*International Association of Certified Sexual Addiction Specialists (IACSAS)
*The Association of Partners of Sex Addicts Trauma Specialists (APSATS)

Casey Price

Hello, I am Casey Price. I am an LPC-C at Grace Ventures Counseling. I received my Master’s of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Mid-America Christian University. Although I provide counseling services to a wide array of needs, I have a special interest in sexual addiction, sexual betrayal, and family members who have loved ones who are addicted to drugs or who have experienced trauma due to another’s addiction.

Prior to pursuing my LPC, my professional experience includes working with sexual health and harm reduction for the Oklahoma State Department of Health for 17 years. I also currently lead a local Nar-Anon group, which offers hope and support to those who have a friend or family member struggling with drug addiction.

I enjoy working collaboratively with a wide variety of people using a range of theories and techniques. I strive to help develop personal goals, create healthy personal relationships, and build resiliency for the future.

In my personal time, I love to hang out with my family and my doodles. I also enjoy spending time outdoors; mainly going camping and rock crawling.

Susan Cook - Tulsa Counselor

Susan Cook, MA

Hello, I am delighted you took the time to allow me to introduce myself. I would count it a privilege to be of service to you with your personal life coaching and pastoral counseling needs.  My Masters work was completed through Liberty University in Pastoral Counseling and Advanced Life Coaching. I have completed training in the Multidimensional Partner Trauma Model with APSATS, The Association of Partners of Sex Addicts Trauma Specialists. I am working towards my certification as a Certified Partner Coach, CPC. Through this training I can help provide trauma recovery services to the partners of sex addicts.

If you are uncomfortable working with a counselor or are out of the state of Oklahoma, my certification as an Advance Life Coach allows me to meet with you in many ways: in person, by phone, or on a zoom call. Currently I also lead a betrayal trauma group called SHIFT for women more than a year out from discovery or beginning counseling and a betrayal trauma group called BREATHE for women one year or less out from discovery or beginning counseling at the Tulsa Office.

Life Coaching is the practice of positive psychology with a focus on helping people find fulfillment in the present and the future. It encourages the client to set and reach goals; helps them evaluate their current situation and moves them forward, whether from something or someone in their past; utilizing the individuals’ strengths the coach and client work to build positive results and overcome struggles. My goal is to assist you when your life feels less-than your hopes and dreams. I believe life was intended for more, it is possible to get your life back on track no matter the circumstances. There are answers to your questions and it is possible to live your best life.

As a Christian Pastoral Counselor, I have over 30 years’ experience in Pastoral ministry with the last 10 years specifically geared towards women suffering from divorce, betrayal, and trauma. My experience includes helping adults, children, marriages, and families move towards personal wholeness, interpersonal competence, coping skills, and spiritual maturity. Other services include assisting the client as they work through depression, anxiety, and stress through life transitions; pre-martial, martial, and family members affected by divorce; grief, family conflicts, and relational issues.

My passion is walking beside individuals as they navigate life; helping them move beyond their pain, frustration, and confusion towards a more fulfilling and healthy life. My desire is to help them grow deep healthy roots discovering life more beautiful as they flourish from bondage to freedom.

Personal experiences, throughout my life, while working with people of all ages, I have developed a wide range of personal experience which coupled with my education allows me to provide a strong coaching and pastoral counseling base. A model I use in my practice is the cognitive behavior approach, I believe many beliefs and values are instilled in a person’s life in childhood, and though many are unaware these concepts influence their adult life. Working through these truths or lies, a person can change the outlook for their future moving towards positivity instead of negativity.

Embracing a Christian worldview, I seek to grow and find gratitude in life’s circumstances. I am blessed to walk life with individuals, especially women, helping them find hope and teaching them tools which will allow them to truly live again. On a personal note, I am the mother of four daughters, and the Nana to 5 adorable grandchildren. I enjoy traveling, food adventures, reading and writing. I love teaching, speaking, and facilitating groups in a variety of settings. I regularly attend a local church where I minister to women and preschoolers.

Thank you!!

Mark Musser

I am currently a graduate student pursuing a double masters in Mental Health Counseling and Addiction Counseling from the University of the Cumberlands. I obtained my undergraduate degree in Business Administration with a minor in Psychology from Texas Christian University. I primarily work with men individually and within groups who struggle with sexual addiction.
I have been blessed to have owned and operated my own business for twenty years. I enjoy spending time with my wife, son and step-daughter watching movies and working on home improvement projects.

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