Mark M. Sneed, Ph.D.

Clinical Director

Mark M. Sneed, Ph.D. obtained his doctoral degree from Oklahoma State University. He is a Licensed Psychologist and Health Service Provider. Dr. Sneed specializes in ADHD assessment and treatment, as well as parent education. He also does marital, family and individual counseling, using a cognitive-behavioral approach in treating anxiety and depression.

Staff listed in alphabetic order.

Brent Ferris, M.S.

Brent is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He has earned a Doctorate of Ministry from American Christian College and Seminary, a Th. M. from Dallas Theological Seminary and a M.S. in Family Therapy from Texas Woman’s University. Brent works with families, individuals, children and couples with many different struggles including anxiety, depression, anger, relational and marital issues, parenting and spiritual conflict.

Rex Fryer, MEd, LPC, LBP, NCC, CCH-A

Rex received his graduate education from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Oklahoma State University and the University of Central Oklahoma. He has a Master’s degree in Counseling and is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, a Licensed Behavioral Practitioner and a National Certified Counselor. Rex works with both adults and children. He works with individuals and couples. He has experience dealing with anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, chronic pain issues, insomnia and ADHD.

Sandra K. Haynes, M.S.

Sandra Haynes is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Candidate. She obtained her master’s degree in counseling from Mid-America Christian University. Sandra works with children, adolescents, adults, and families that struggle with: anger, anxiety, self-esteem, depression, domestic violence, loss/grief, and a spiritual relationship.

Trudy A. Hoffsommer, M.A.

Trudy Hoffsommer has been a Licensed Professional Counselor since 1996. She obtained her master’s degree in counseling from Denver Seminary and has worked in a variety of settings. Trudy values working with individuals who are facing various life situations, e.g., grief/loss, anxiety, depression, self-worth issues, life disappointments, trauma recovery, divorce recovery, relationship and communication problems, single adult issues, spiritual struggles, as well as premarital and marital counseling. She sees adolescents, individuals, and couples.

Mona McCullough, Ph.D.

Mona McCullough, Ph.D., received her doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Oklahoma. She is a Licensed Psychologist and Health Service Provider. Dr. McCullough specializes in child psychology but also treats adolescents and adults who present relational problems, adjustment disorder, anxiety and depression.