Gene Douglas, M.Ed. LPC LMFT
Family, Marital and Individual
Testing / Assessments
6801 S. Western, Office #106
Southwest Office Center
First office on left as you enter the building
Two buildings south of a 7-11 store.
Telephone: 546-5096* (answering service)
Cash, check, credit cards, Medicaid or
qualified insurance accepted.
M-Th: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Fri-Sat: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
By appointment only. If you arrive very early,
I may not be there until appointment time.
If we have an after-hours appointment, the
building door may be locked. Knock on the
door if this happens.
Even though my office is the first when you
enter the building, some people still have a
problem finding it.
You do not have to turn a corner. Once you
pass the stairway, you're there. My office
has a big window, with a sign reading,
This counseling approach allows the client and
therapist the opportunity to work specifically
on the individual’s area or areas of concern.
Individual topics that are addressed at Acacia
- Sexual Struggles
- Pornography abuse
- Substance Abuse
- PTSD / Trauma
- Boundary/ Codependency Issues
- Self Harm
- Family Conflict
- High Risk Behaviors and
- Behavioral Concerns
- Hypnotism to improve habits.
Testing / Psychological Evaluation
In many cases it is important to engage the whole
family unit in the counseling process.
Acacia Counseling addresses the following issues
through a Family Counseling approach:
- Parent/Teen Conflict
- Child Management
- Rebuilding Trust
- Family Boundaries
- Premarital Counseling
- Couples Counseling
- Marriage Enrichment
Payment by cash, check, credit card, Medicaid
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Notice-- I do not accept suicidal clients.
If you have that sort of problem, please
contact the Crisis Center at:
Oklahoma County Crisis Intervention Center
2625 General Pershing Blvd. (East of fairgrounds.)
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
If you or any other person may be in physical danger -
don't rely on counseling alone.
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