"I specialize in addressing issues related to anxiety, depression, relationship issues, excessive stress, and overthinking but I also address many other sym
"Welcome to East Meets West Counseling of Tulsa where Laura Savage blends tenets of Eastern Wisdom with Western Psychology to form a mindfulness based, trau
"YOU have the ability to make decisions to improve your own life, in the right setting and with the help of an unbiased person to help guide you. By providi
"I help people go to a place called "Better". My philosophy is that anyone can go there and be better especially with the right help. I help people like you
"Do you find that you and your partner get stuck in patterns that you struggle to get out of? Maybe you have the same argument over and over? Do you find
"People who seek therapy need a neutral person to listen to them. Many people find relief from simply talking about their struggles. Building a trusting rel
"My clients will be able to set their own goals and together we will choose a style and course of treatment that meets their needs and utilizes their person
"Linda is an experienced educator and counselor. In addition to a doctorate in education she holds a second masters degree in human relations with a License
"There are many ways and avenues to provide help and hope to those who are suffering. However, the ability to provide a safe space for those who are in emot
"I believe that therapy is a process that everyone should try at some point in their life and that you and I both should play our own part in a collaborativ
It’s normal to experience mental health issues and relationship problems. Talking to a licensed therapist can help. Therapy can teach you more about yourself and your mental health concerns in a healing way. Many therapies are evidence-based and have been proven effective.
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Tulsa is the seat of Tulsa County, Oklahoma. A section of the city is situated in Osage County. Tulsa is located on the Arkansas River and has a land area of 197 square miles. The city was incorporated in 1898.
Tulsa has 403,000 inhabitants. The ethnic composition of Tulsa is 56% white, 15% Hispanic or Latinx, 15% black, 3% Asian, and 4% American Indian. More than 24,300 military veterans live in Tulsa.
Foreign-born people make up 11% of the population. Seventeen percent of residents speak a language other than English at home. Tulsa has 44,300 Spanish speakers and 1,700 Chinese speakers.
People in Tulsa earn a mean annual wage of $28,100. The median household income is $43,000. Fifty-one percent of households in Tulsa own their home. Over 20% of city residents live in poverty.
Tulsa has one of the highest rates of suicide and mental health concerns in the United States. State funding to address public mental health is steadily decreasing. With less investment in mental health, highly treatable conditions tend to become chronic concerns.
First responders to mental health crises are sometimes overwhelmed by emergency calls. In 2017, 13,000 calls to 9-1-1 involved mental health.
The city has established a community response team (CRT) to help address the issue. The team helps first responders with mental health-related calls, giving them time to respond to other emergencies. In 2018, the CRT received $106,000 in funding to respond to emergency calls two days per week.