Oklahoma City office at 5116 N. Portland. Guthrie office at 315 N. 20th St. (formerly Kingdom Hall) Yukon office at 110 S. 5th St., Yukon, OK (Yukon Review Bldg.)
Family and Children's Consultants is a group of experienced clinicians. We are dedicated to providing ethical, professional and affordable services to individuals, couples, families, children and adults. The two principal partners in the practice are Marc Charney, Ph.D., LMFT, LPC and Linda Charney, LPC, RPT-S.
We are committed to three ideals that embrace our philosophy of helping: collaboration, compassion and co-creation. We position ourselves as partners with those who seek our help. Problems and difficulties are viewed as separate from person's lives. We feel with and work for our clients. We endeavor to understand the context and meaning of person's efforts to live and survive. We work to lift the restraints that keep people from achieving their dreams and realizing their potential.
Our approach to helping is to establish a relationship and context within which persons can create solutions, new meanings and better lifestyles for themselves. Persons are respected for their knowledge and skills. We strive to create cooperative partnerships with families, schools and health professionals. More times than not, persons will create preferred and healthier lives when given a choice and an opportunity.
Serving Oklahoma, Canadian, Kingfisher and Logan Counties. Offices in Oklahoma City, Guthrie, Yukon.
Family and Children's Consultants is accredited by CARF International
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This is an experiential workshop intended to provide practitioners who work with children/adolescents with a variety of activities and skills to narratively explore their lives and issues.
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In Memoriam: Michael White, the originator of Narrative Therapy practices. Michael was an extraordinary human being, a gentle genius with a passion for life and commitment to helping persons author their preferred life stories. His legacy will be continued by the narrative community. Thank you Michael for opening my personal and professional stories to new possibilities.
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