GPYFS does not deny based on ability to pay and provides a sliding scale based upon income level. We also accept SoonerCare/Medicaid.
Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) is a conjoint child and parent psychotherapy approach for children and adolescents who are experiencing significant emotional and behavioral difficulties related to traumatic life events.
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT) is a mental health treatment model designed for children ages 3 to 18 who are experiencing difficulties after trauma exposure such as sexual abuse, exposure to violence, or a natural disaster.
TF-CBT is an evidenced-based intervention that is a SAMHSA best practice in the treatment of childhood posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Features of TF-CBT:
*Treatment is short-term. On average, TF-CBT is completed over 18-24 weekly
*TF-CBT is skills–based. Families are taught many skills in sessions, such as
relaxation, to reduce trauma-related distress. In order for treatment to be effective,
therapists will also ask children and caregivers to practice and use these skills at
home and other places where stress may occur.
*TF-CBT involves the family. Caregivers are actively included in treatment with
their child and are key to successful outcomes. Typically, therapists in each TF-
CBT session will spend individual time with the child, check in separately with
the caregiver, and include combined family time. However, when a child does not
have a caregiver who can be involved in treatment, TF-CBT treatment can still be
effective in reducing childhood trauma symptoms.
*Sessions will be structured. TF-CBT therapists will have a planned focus for each
session to cover skills and activities known to be important for reducing distress
related to trauma.
*Treatment will be engaging to the family! TF-CBT therapists will strive to be
creative and tailor activities to engage children and provide an enjoyable and safe
If you believe this type of therapy would be beneficial to your child, please call our counseling department at (580)726-3383 to schedule an intake appointment.
*Positive Life Styles and First Time Offender Program (FTOP)
*Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
*Community At-Risk Services (CARS)
*School Based Counseling Services
The Positive Life Styles program is designed to improve the relationship between parents and youth ages 11 to 18 by providing a positive interaction.
The program teaches basic life and social skills such as communication, problem solving, anger management, emotional regulations, making smart choices, cultural awareness, and family values.
Positive Life Styles is a FREE program. The program has open enrollment to anyone wanting to participate. It is a six week course where participants meet one evening a week. The program serves the areas of Washita, Beckham, Greer, and Kiowa Counties. At least one parent or guardian must consistently attend each class with his or her child.
The Positive Life Styles program has goals for both the parents and the youth attending. Parent goals of the program are to learn better ways to communicate with all family members, learn to listen and understand each other, reinforce and enhance positive parenting skills, and learn more effective means of discipline to change negative interactions. Youth goals include how to deal with anger in a positive way, necessary skills to achieve self control, how to make better decisions to avoid negative consequences, and how to problem solve more effectively.
To enroll your child into the program, please call our counseling department at (580)726-3383 to schedule an intake appointment.
Schools are the primary site in this program. Outreach counselors move from school to school reaching children and adolescents in three counties with crisis intervention, individual counseling, group counseling, and educational programs. Behavior management consultation is also made available to school personnel. School systems served by outreach counselors are located in Kiowa, Greer, and Beckham Counties.
To receive more information about the program and to see if your child's school is one of our approved sites, please call our counseling department at (580)726-3383.
The Anger Management program consists of teaching coping skills, emotional regulation, recognizing triggers, anger styles, communication skills, and decision making. Referrals for this program come from schools, individuals or the court system. For more information about this program, click here.
Case Management is a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation, care coordination, evaluation, and advocacy for options and services to meet an individual’s and family’s comprehensive health needs through communication and available resources to promote quality, cost-effective outcomes.
Community At-Risk Services (CARS) is a program that provides services to at-risk youth who have entered into the juvenile system through a contract with the Office of Juvenile Affairs. In-office counseling and social services, family counseling, individual counseling, tutoring, and mentoring are all components of this program.
Referrals for the program are obtained through the Office of Juvenile Affairs.
Co-parenting Classes teach techniques necessary upon divorce to parent without causing children to feel torn between each parent. Topics discussed include children's reaction to divorce, dangers of put-downs, providing stability, and conflict resolution. Classes meet court requirements for divorce with children.
GPYFS Counseling Staff provides professional counseling services to youth and families presenting with a variety of issues. All counselors are master's level and are licensed or are license eligible. Counselors are trained to provide individual and family counseling to work with the whole family to ensure that the client's needs are met.
GPYFS Counseling Staff maintains the highest level of professionalism when providing services and maintains a client-centered focus. The duration of services depends on the level of need and the progress of the client
For more information or to speak to one of our counselors about our services, please complete the form below.
To help us better serve our clients, please print the appropriate paperwork packet and have it filled out before your scheduled appointment. If you need assistant with printing your packet, please call our office and we will assist you in receiving a packet.
Childrenages 4 to 12:
Adolescents ages 13 to 18:
Adults over 18: