Margaret Murray, LPC, LMFT
Margaret has been the wife of a minister for 51 years. In that position, she served in multiple capacities. She completed her Master's Degree in Counseling in 1988 and began her career as a therapist at Samaritan Counseling Center in Shreveport, LA. She became the Executive Director of the Center in 1994. She served in that position until 2002 when she and her husband moved to Oklahoma. She was employed as a therapist in the campus counseling center at Southern Nazarene University for several years and supervised Master's Counseling students. Additionally, she taught in the university's Masters in Counseling program. She currently is in private practice which she began in 2005. She believes strongly in God's direction in her life to become a therapist and is grateful for the opportunity to be WITH people in pain and assist them in walking through the difficult times.
Cheryl Hall, MS, LMFT
Cheryl is an education graduate of the University of Central Oklahoma. She completed her Master of Science degree in family and child studies. With eight years of experience in family therapy, Cheryl has special interests in adolescent and adult issues, including trauma, transitions/life passages, couples’ issues/marital counseling, and grief. Favorite modes of therapy include narrative and emotionally focused couples’ therapy. Cheryl states: “Problems are just problems…PEOPLE are not problems. Mental issues/stress can be extremely isolating. Family members of those affected need support and a place to feel safe while they are processing difficult emotions.”
Beth Wetmore, LPC, CDWF
Beth holds a Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Southern Nazarene University. Beth works from a psychodynamic perspective with people from all walks of life to achieve their goals through the healing power of the therapeutic relationship. Her approach to therapy combines empathy, safety, and compassion, and is very collaborative. She believes that genuine and meaningful change takes place as clients grow in awareness, balance and clarity. Beth is also a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator. The shame research of Dr. Brené Brown informs the work Beth does with all her clients. She believes that if we get clear with how shame impacts our processes and responses we can have agency over that shame rather than being controlled or paralyzed by it. She is invested in helping people "show up and be seen" in their lives - leading to wholehearted living.