Ms. Short is a Licensed clinical social worker specializing in counseling and assessment for attentional issues, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, grief, and infant mental health issues. Ms. Short provides individual, family, blended family, and co-parenting counseling utilizing a strength-based approach. Ms. Short will accept parenting coordinator assignments from the court with prior agreement when the family includes young children under the age of five. Ms. Short also provides reconciliation counseling when ordered by the court. Ms. Short graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1984 with a master’s degree in Clinical Social Work. She is a certified divorce and family mediator and a diplomat in the American Psychology Academy for Psychotherapy. Ms. Short has completed postgraduate training in Family Systems Theory sponsored by the Georgetown School of Medicine, Georgetown University and specializes in the treatment of the family adjustment issues. She has testified as an expert witness in Tulsa, Creek, Mays, Rogers, and Ottawa Counties. As a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Oklahoma since 1987, Ms. Short is a board-approved supervisor, providing clinical supervision to candidates seeking licensure and has served as an assistant clinical professor for the University of Oklahoma’s School of Social Work. Ms. Short is currently completing a Master of Legal Studies degree with a certificate in litigation at Washington University Law School in St. Louis, Missouri. When Ms. Short has free time, she enjoys golfing, gardening and spending time with her husband and family.
Ms. Fox is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and Spanish from Houston Baptist University in 1994, and a Master of Science in Counseling from Oklahoma State University in 2008. She has worked as a psychotherapist in inpatient, outpatient, and school settings. Ms. Fox encourages clients to understand and improve their emotional and mental health in relation to their physical, social and spiritual health. Ms. Fox works with ages 12 and up managing anxiety, depression, addiction, mental health disorders, relationship challenges, coping with divorce, loss, and trauma. She strongly believes in networking with other providers to ensure continuity of care. Ms. Fox is passionate about helping people find balance and health in their lives so they may move forward with awareness and purpose.
Jenny is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has worked extensively with adults and children who have experienced abuse or trauma. She graduated from Oklahoma State University with her Bachelor’s in Communication in 1991, and got her MSW in 1998 from the University of Oklahoma, Tulsa. Jenny has worked for numerous non-profit organizations serving Tulsa during the past 20 years, including: Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Tulsa C.A.R.E.S., Family & Children’s Services, and The Parent Child Center of Tulsa. She also has experience with court-affiliated services, crisis intervention, and residential and inpatient treatment settings. Jenny provides individual, family, couples and group therapy with a person-centered, empowerment-focused concentration. She has been trained and certified in trauma-informed therapeutic models including TFCBT and CPT. She is also a Board Approved Supervisor, providing supervision and mentoring for other clinicians working toward licensure in clinical social work. In her spare time, she enjoys playing board games with family, live music and time with friends.
Katie Pyle graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Master’s degree in Social Work with a focus on direct practice. Katie completed her first graduate internship at Resonance Center for Women. During her time with Resonance she acted in a case manager role providing re-entry services while also leading therapeutic groups for female inmates. Mrs. Pyle completed her subsequent graduate internship and was hired upon graduation as a crisis counselor on the Community Outreach Psychiatric Emergency Services (COPES) team. Mrs. Pyle currently holds her LMSW and is under supervision to obtain her LCSW. Katie is the coordinator of Rebound’s Therapeutic Supervised Visitation services and offers therapy to all ages for a variety of challenges. Katie has obtained additional training in trauma-based approaches through CEUs and is a member of the Supervised Visitation Network.
Cheryl Hall is a veteran when it comes to working with families in crisis. She is a seasoned community supervisor with twenty years of experience, is trauma certified and specializes in high conflict cases. Her deep understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities that face families that participate in community supervised visitation allow her to assist the parents and child in creating better and more natural experiences during visitation. Cheryl has a proven track record in assisting families and a true passion for helping them heal and rebound from trauma. Cheryl is responsible for preparing visitation notes, communicating with attorneys when necessary and is available for court testimony. She studied Education and Psychology at the University of Central Oklahoma.
Newton is a Yorkshire terrier who was born on September 26, 2017. As an eight-week-old puppy Newton joined the staff at Rebound. The staff at Rebound Mental Health started wondering if a therapy dog would help our families. During a difficult reconciliation case a child requested to bring her dog to help her feel calmer. The staff had a moment and as a result decided to incorporate animal support while providing therapeutic services. During Newton’s tenure at Rebound he has completed puppy class, beginning class, intermediate class, trick class and the Canine Good Citizen class. Newton’s trainer is Amy Vaughn at Spirit Ranch Dog Training, with her constant support and guidance, Newton is a great provider in our office. The one and a half years of training had its moments of great accomplishment and other moments filled with slow progress. But it has all been worth it when we see a client’s face brighten when Newton wags his tail and begs to give a kiss or when Newton curls up in a child’s lap to provide comfort when talking about difficult topics.