Therapists in Moore, OK and Nearby Locations

Find a therapist in Moore, Oklahoma that meets your needs. Browse our comprehensive list of affordable and licensed therapists in Moore to find a professional specializing in counseling people with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief, and more.

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Pronouns: she/her/hers I strongly believe that we need connection to heal and thrive. To connect with you, I hold space for you by being fully present, open minded, non-judgmental, and compassionate. With me, you will feel heard, respected, valued,...
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Moore, Oklahoma

Priscilla is a bilingual clinical therapist currently working under supervision and a wellness coach. She believes in the inherent value of each human being, and the resilient nature of individuals. She emphasizes that the client has the capacity to...
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I am a wholistic therapist. I am interested in your entire life story and how it influences your current situation. We will explore, problem solve, and connect the dots between major life events to find ways to overcome life barriers. I am...
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I am the owner and sole therapist of Uptown Counseling LLC and have provided mental health services to children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings since 2011. I enjoy working with children, adolescents and their families; I help...
Dr Gina Pazzaglia
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Dr Gina Pazzaglia has been a therapist in the Oklahoma City area for many years; she has been the owner and operator of several local businesses. She was formerly the Founder and CEO for a Non Profit mental health agency for almost 10 years. She is...
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Midwest City, Oklahoma

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I motivate women to improve the quality of their lives by empowering them to make decisions from a place of worthiness and authenticity. Searching after knowledge has been a lifelong goal that I continue to endeavor towards, and this allows me to...
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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Kathleen Niblack is the owner of Cobblestone Counseling Services, LLC. She has a B.A. in Psychology and M.Ed in Community Counseling from the University of Central Oklahoma. She has more than 25 years of experience helping people in need. Ms....
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Oklahoma, Colorado

Cecilia is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She is bilingual in English and Spanish and she is also bicultural. Cecilia has been working as a psychotherapist for the last 13 years. She obtained her bachelor's and master's degrees in Social Work...
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Stillwater, Oklahoma

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Current practice ranges much of Payne and Pawnee Counties in Oklahoma. Offices are located in Stillwater and Cushing.
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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Are you looking for a therapist that fits your schedule? I offer evening and weekend appointments with a casual atmosphere and artistic flare. Life brings about new challenges that offer a chance to look at ourselves from a new perspective. If you...

Mental Health in Moore, Oklahoma

The central Oklahoma city of Moore is part of the bustling Oklahoma City metropolitan area and has a population of over 59,000 individuals. Whether you’re new to the area or a proud, long-time resident, there are many great reasons to call Moore your home. However, the city also faces its share of mental health crises. Learn the signs and symptoms of mental health, common risk factors throughout Cleveland County, and where you can turn to mental health resources in the area.

Signs of Mental Health Issues

The first step to healing from a mental health issue is to learn to identify the warning signs early. Whether you are concerned for yourself or a loved one, here are common experiences that are typical symptoms of a mental illness:

  • Lower functioning at work, school, or other activities
  • Disconnected feelings
  • Social withdrawal
  • Extreme changes in sleep and/or appetite
  • Difficulty thinking clearly
  • Overwhelming apathy
  • Other unusual behaviors

Don’t wait until you or a loved one experiences even greater symptoms. Seek professional help from a trained mental health worker if any of these symptoms or other troubling behavior arises.

Mental Health in Oklahoma

Throughout the state, 5.2% of adults have a severe mental illness. The unfortunate reality in Oklahoma is that, of these individuals with a mental health challenge, approximately 42% receive treatment. This means that at least 58% of individuals suffering from a mental illness aren’t accessing local resources.

In all, over 630,000 Oklahomans deal with a mental health challenge, or 22%. With major and minor mental illnesses totaled, this ranks Oklahoma has one of the highest rates in the country. With all mental health issues added together, 70% of these individuals have not received any treatment. Some individuals reject available treatment, but many are actively seeking treatment and are unable to find or afford assistance.

Risk Factors in Moore, Oklahoma

According to Moore, many factors could contribute to the increase in mental illness. Here are some of the risk factors present in Moore, Oklahoma.

Many medical conditions, such as diabetes, can increase your chances of struggling with mental illness. The diabetes rate in Cleveland County is lower than in many other areas of Oklahoma, at 10.4%. HIV diagnoses in the county are over 156 per 100,000 people, which is the highest rate in any county throughout Oklahoma.

Financial factors can cause undue stress for households and individuals, which can lead to mental health crises. Thankfully, the poverty rate of 9.7% and the median income for households at $60,474 are better than the national average. Many households struggle with undue financial burdens in the area, and these pressures can increase the chances of experiencing mental health issues.

While the divorce rate in Oklahoma has been slowly decreasing over the past decade, the rate in 2015 was 4.4 divorces per 1,000 inhabitants. Divorce can cause a tremendous amount of stress and emotional turmoil, not only for the couple experiencing the divorce but also for family members and friends. Anyone who has been touched by divorce recently or in the past is at a greater risk of needing mental health assistance.

Cleveland County leads the way in Oklahoma in terms of excessive alcohol use. Throughout the county, 15% of adults reported drinking excessive amounts of alcohol. Alcohol is linked to depression in a cyclical nature. First, individuals who drink alcohol excessively can become depressed, and individuals who are depressed are more likely to drink excessive amounts of alcohol.

Oklahoma has a fatal drug overdose rate of 21.5 per 100,000 inhabitants. This number is far from the highest but is still a troubling amount. Whether abusing prescription or illegal drugs, overdosing is a serious threat to individuals with mental illness.