Shamrock Counseling Services

Empowering Minds, Enriching Lives – Your Journey to Wellbeing.

A passion for fostering healing

“We’re dedicated to nurturing minds through mental health therapy, offering personalized support to a wide range of clients. Our mission is to create a safe, understanding space where healing begins and growth happens.”

Adult Therapy

Psychotherapy provides a space for us to acquire insight and clarity, create new priorities, and gain the courage to change. We are committed to walk alongside you to find restoration in areas of your life that are distressed. 

  • Depression and anxiety
  • Traumatic experiences
  • Complex relationship issues
  • Divorce

Teens Therapy

Adolescence can be a dynamic and challenging time for both teens and parents. We are here to walk with your family through the ups and downs. Our collaborative objectives could look like:

  • Increasing positive strategies for academic success
  • Overcoming depression and anxiety
  • Relating with peers and forming satisfying friendships
  • Developing self-esteem and confidence

Couples Therapy

Psychotherapy provides a space for us to acquire insight and clarity, create new priorities, and gain the courage to change. We are committed to walk alongside you to find restoration in areas of your life that are distressed. 

  • Depression and anxiety
  • Traumatic experiences
  • Complex relationship issues
  • Divorce


We are here to support your family’s needs in a welcoming, child-friendly environment. We utilize play therapy to help children express themselves, work on their problems, “try on” different solutions, and learn more effective coping methods. Our collaborative objectives could look like:

  • Preparing for school success
  • Developing initiative and self-esteem
  • Connecting with peers
  • Overcoming behavioral challenges

Forensic Counseling

We offer counseling to individuals who are or who have been in the criminal justice system. Our staff has the qualifications to analyze probationers and report on their conditions to authorities in the justice system. We work extensively with probationers both individually and in groups, recommend treatments, and testify in court regarding patients’ mental health.

Human Trafficking Victims Services

Providing treatment to survivors of human trafficking requires mental health professionals to understand complex layers of multiple traumas. These layers include an understanding of how trafficking occurs; what gender, ages, sexual orientations, life circumstances, and ethnicities are most at risk to be trafficked; the lasting impact of trafficking on human development, mental health, and family relationships; and the stigma victims face from their own families, communities, and mental health providers. We have Clinicians Certified with special tools to assist these clients.

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Pillars Of Support: Our Team

“Our therapists offer a wide spectrum of expertise, catering to individuals from all walks of life, whether seeking personal development or navigating professional challenges.”


Bernice Walker is a Nationally Board-Certified Counselor, and a licensed professional therapist in Oklahoma. She is a Certified Clinical Forensic Counselor, Clinical Domestic Violence Counselor, and Human Trafficking Victims Service Provider and seeks to help her clients better understand how the body and mind deals with joy, stress, or even trauma. She works with clients on a variety of challenges, including anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief and loss, life transitions, trauma, and more. Bernice is noted for her specialization in areas of depression, PTSD, trauma, anxiety, and her ability to communicate complex topics with clarity and humor. She has worked extensively with individuals experiencing substance abuse issues and has helped guide them through their recovery. She believes mistakes are an essential part of life and its ok to make them if you learn in the process.

Her favorite quote is:

“The greatest mistake to make in life is to continually be afraid you will make one.” -Elbert Hubbard


Cody is a Nationally Board-Certified Counselor, Certified School Psychometrist, and Oklahoma Licensed Professional Counselor. He has a Master of Science degree in Community Counseling, Master of Education School Psychometry, and certifications as a Forensic Counselor, Domestic Violence Specialist, Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinical Specialist. Cody applies an integrative approach to counseling, tailoring his methods to each client’s unique needs and goals. He has supported clients in addressing concerns and transitions in relationships and family life, mood and anxiety disorders, trauma, addiction, and anger. He provides psychological testing for clients of all ages to evaluate a wide variety of issues, including but not limited to Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, learning disabilities, and domestic violence. Cody is deeply passionate about helping his clients succeed and is guided by the principle that approaching his clients with the utmost compassion and empathy creates a safe space for them to cope and flourish.  

His favorite quote is:

“Think of your head as an unsafe neighborhood; don’t go there alone.” ― Augusten Burroughs


Heather has a Master of Science degree in Community Counseling from Southwestern Oklahoma State University, and is an Oklahoma licensed professional Counselor. She supports her clients on their paths towards authentic selfhood by exploring their truths and strengths. Heather carefully considers the cultural context and lived experience of her clients when helping them navigate the complexities of their stories and relationships. She helps guide clients through a multitude of life’s challenges including but not limited to trauma, adjustment disorder, bipolar disorder, substance abuse, anxiety, and depression. Utilizing Client-Centered Approach, Heather helps clients appreciate and build on their strengths, and supports them in freeing up their inner resources towards creating new possibilities in themselves, their relationships, and their lives.

Her favorite quote is:

“Well-behaved women seldom make history.” -Eleanor Roosevelt

“Empowering Your Journey Towards Healing and Growth — Together, Every Step of the Way.”

Bernice Walker

CEO, Shamrock Counseling Services LLP

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