I will help you answer your "why"?

"Why do I pursue empty relationships"?

"Why do I engage in behaviors that I know aren’t healthy"?

"Why do I feel like something is missing from my (career, relationship, life)"?

"What is my purpose"?

“The Mass of Men Lead Lives of Quiet Desperation".

Henry David Thoreau


Hi, I’m Scott Groves

I Provide Counseling and Performance Coaching for Women and Men in Oklahoma Who are Struggling to Find Purpose, Define Themselves, and want to Stop Living a Life Dictated By the Past

I help men and women who are struggling to define their purpose and develop their identity for themselves. I provide a space where you can open up about the struggles common to most. Together, we’ll explore how to define what "purpose" means to you. I am not here to push an agenda. I am not here to judge or harshly criticize. You likely have mastered self-criticism already. I strive to provide an atmosphere of acceptance so that you can discover your purpose, your direction, and overcome the obstacles, addictions, depression, and anxieties that prevent that discovery in the first place.

Helping Men and Women Remove the Obstacles that Prevent Them From Achieving the Life They Desire

The challenges we all face today are difficult at best. That’s not a popular idea to express but I believe it is true. How do I become the man or woman my partner needs or desires? How do I discover my purpose and what’s it all for anyway? I have habits, addictions, fears, and questions that I can’t express to anyone. 

There Really Isn’t Anyone I Can Talk To About This Stuff

I get it. I’ve been there and I continue daily to confront, work on and refine these things in my own life. 

It’s easy to feel like you’re alone in the struggles, fears, and questions you face. But I can tell you after having had the tremendous fortune of working with two incredible therapists in my own walk and now, having spoken to countless others as a therapist, you are not alone. In fact, you are in the company of most people. 

If you don’t believe that you are not alone, do one of these two things: Ask the partners of your closest friends. We don’t tend to hide very well from the people that love us the most. This thing called intuition is an amazing trait and they know, they feel when we are outside of our purpose, when we are suffering. Next, Spend a few days just reading posts on Facebook. Seriously. Don’t respond to anyone, set your emotions aside and make this an academic approach. Read what people post. How many of them only post the good when you know the truth? How many post nothing but the negative stuff? It won’t take long before you see that a very large number of us are either unhappy, bitter, posers, or pretending they aren’t. Do you think their kids, wife and husband are really THAT perfect? 

As your therapist, counselor, or whatever label you choose to attach, I will listen. I can relate, I get it. I didn’t come into this field without an understanding of the crap life has thrown at you or the choices you’ve made that continue to haunt you. 

A Little About My Education

I hold a Master of Science in Counseling and continue to learn and improve every day. I have a particular interest in Interpersonal Neurobiology, and how trauma and stress influence us at a neurological and cellular level, and the dramatic improvement therapy can make. 

How To Take The Next Step

Meeting with a therapist is not easy for anyone. I know that. But I challenge you to look at the therapeutic process as not being weak or admitting failure but as the opportunity to fill your personal development toolbox so that you are able to live a life that is by your design. 

Contact me at 405-251-3006 and let’s decide if this is for you. I typically return calls between sessions and in the evening. If you’d rather just get started click the button below.

Tele-therapy is also available which allows you to participate in your sessions from the private space of your choosing. You can email me for more information on teletherapy sessions at scott@oklpc.com .



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