Counseling Services

At Counseling Services, our mission is to provide opportunity for emotional and psychological healing and support within the fullness of the Catholic faith.

Catholic counseling helps with the same concerns for which any person might seek counseling.

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Tulsa offers counseling for families and individuals experiencing significant problems, especially relating to marital and family relations.

Do you or someone you love need help with:

• Depression/Anxiety
• Relationship Difficulties
• Marital Issues/Conflicts
• Help for Addictive Behaviors
• Sexual Difficulties
• Problems of Daily Living
• Abuse Recovery
• Parenting Issues
• Life Transitions
• Pre-Marital Concerns
• Pregnancy Loss
• Post-Abortion Recovery

Counseling can help you feel better, make progress toward your goals, and have more satisfying relationships.

Catholic counseling integrates a variety of clinical techniques and faith-based support, within the fullness of the teaching of the Catholic faith, in order to maximize psychological growth and wellness.

How do I get started?

The first step is to call or come in. You will be asked some basic questions and will either receive an appointment then or a counselor will call you back with an appointment time for an initial consultation.

Catholic Charities provides:

• A staff of professional and licensed counselors, working in an office-based setting, providing help to individuals, marriages and families.
• Services that are confidential and are offered, regardless of race, religion, sex, or ability to pay.

Counseling Services offered:

• Marriage and Family Therapy
• Parent and Child
• Hispanic Family Counseling
• Grief and Bereavement
• Individual
• Crisis Management
• Post-Abortion Counseling
• Pre-Marital
• Marriage Enrichment and Growth
• Resource Information and Referral
• Consultation to Clergy and Parish Community
• Education and Training

Cost for Services

Fees for our counseling visits are based on a sliding scale that is determined by a) the income of the person(s), b) number of people in the household, c) the ability to pay. In some cases, insurance may apply.