K. Renee Marlow, LCSW, BCD, CGP has been in practice for over 30 years and has always had a broad general practice, which she prefers due to her abilities, when appropriate, to shift gears to work with individuals, couples, families, or groups. It also fits her varied interests professionally in diverse aspects of practice.
Renee works with individuals, couples, and families to overcome issues of depression, anxiety, ADHD, addiction, and relationship problems. She assists couples in recovering from issues of affairs, addictions, transitions, and ineffective relationship patterns. Counseling and therapy with client’s recovering from trauma, including survivors of childhood sexual abuse, is a specialty.
Although it is common nowadays for therapists to specialize in treating specific disorders and issues, it is very beneficial to have a counselor with a broad spectrum of specialties and abilities. K. Renee Marlow, over the past 30 years, has developed skills through working with very diverse clients and assisting these individuals in achieving success. Her clients not only live better lives, but learn to thrive in this very complicated world.
K. Renee Marlow, over the past 30 years, has developed skills through working with very diverse clients and assisting these individuals in achieving success. Her clients not only live better lives, but learn to thrive in this very complicated world.
Ms. Marlow provides counseling services in Tulsa for individuals struggling with bipolar, PTSD, OCD, ADHD, SAD, GAD, hypochondria, binge eating, anorexia, bulimia, sexual repression, and a number of phobias. She also offers numerous counseling services for the city of Tulsa, including family, child, adolescent, individual, group, divorce, couples, stress, anger, sexual abuse, women's counseling and general therapy.
Please contact K. Renee Marlow today to learn more about the benefits of the counseling and therapy services she provides in Tulsa.
As humans we are very resilient and can eliminate maladaptive behavioral or thinking patterns with ongoing cognitive behavioral therapy, behavioral therapy, hypnotherapy, or by uncovering and confronting unconscious barriers to change.
There is always hope. Always.