Casey Ritchie is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor candidate (LADC) in Oklahoma. She received her Master’s degree in Counseling from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah. Casey works with a comprehensive range of mental health challenges, to include depression, anxiety, shame, faulty thought processes, poor coping skills, self-harm and suicidal thoughts/tendencies. She helps clients discover peace and purpose as they navigate life after traumatic experiences such as domestic abuse, sex-trafficking, substance abuse and other chaotic and harmful life experiences. Casey has worked extensively with adolescents and their families, helping them heal from past abuse and neglect, family conflict, and she has helped couples resolve conflict and work together to build stronger relationships and families. Casey worked on the treatment team for women in the Tulsa County Drug and DUI court program, helping women to overcome problems related to shame and poor coping skills that led to severe substance use and abuse. She has worked in several different settings, including non-profit agencies, schools, home-based services, office-based.