Outpatient Counseling Center
Norman Regional’s Outpatient Counseling Center aims to inspire hope, change and healing.
We offer individual counseling with a licensed therapist for those 18 years or older.
Virtual visits are available.
Areas of treatment include:
- Anger management
- Grief and loss
- Health changes
- Post-traumatic stress (PTSD)
- Shame and guilt
- Stress management
Aetna, Beacon Health, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Community Care, Health Choice, Healthcare Highways, Humana, PHCS Multiplan, Medicare, Medicaid (secondary payer source only), United Healthcare Optum and WebTPA.
Other insurances may be accepted, and private pay is available. Please call our office at 405-912-3495 to discuss.
Where we’re located
The Outpatient Counseling Center is located inside Norman Regional Moore, located at 700 S. Telephone Rd. just off Interstate 35 in Moore.
Easy parking is available. Once you enter Norman Regional Moore’s main entrance, simply turn left and use the elevators to the third floor.
Call our office at 405-912-3495 or click here to fill out our form to get started.
Other behavioral health services
Norman Regional offers both outpatient and inpatient behavioral health services.
Norman Regional also houses an inpatient Psychiatric Unit for adult and geriatric patients experiencing a severe psychiatric disturbance. It is located at Norman Regional Hospital, 901 N. Porter Ave. in Norman.
Norman Regional is also currently working on its transformative plan called Inspire Health, which includes a plan to create a standalone behavioral health hospital on the reimagined Porter campus to help meet the mental health service needs of our community. Visit InspireHealthOK.com to learn more about Inspire Health.
Type of behavioral health care
- Therapy: A therapist will provide coping skills and education that will help you make changes to your lifestyle and environment to lessen the symptoms of mental illness.
- Psychiatry: A psychiatrist primarily provides medication to less the symptoms of mental illness
Benefits of behavioral health care
- Improved quality of life
- Improved relationships
- Better performance at work or school
- Reduced risk for medical issues
What is anxiety?
We all feel some anxiety at times. In life, situations that lead to the symptoms of anxiety are common (i.e. change in job, final exams, move to a new city). For many, these mild anxieties seem to energize or help increase personal focus.
However, symptoms of anxiety can become so severe that the individual is unable to get through the day. If your work, home life and happiness are negatively affected by anxiety, you may be suffering from an anxiety disorder, a medical condition that often requires professional intervention.
What is depression?
At one time or another, most of us feel “down in the dumps,” sad or “blue.” These feelings may reflect the “ups” and “downs” of life, and as such, are normal.
However, these feelings may be the symptoms of depression, and can become so severe that a person is unable to get through the day. If your work, home life and happiness are negatively affected by depressed mood, you may be suffering from a depressive disorder, a medical condition that often requires professional intervention.
700 S. Telephone Rd., Suite 302
Moore, OK 73160