You make this day special
just by being you.
Neighborhood Counseling is a place for kindness and empathy in the beautiful neighborhood of downtown Guthrie, Oklahoma.
As time goes on we are beginning to appreciate how Fred Rogers aka "Mister Rogers" was one of the greatest human beings that ever lived. He modeled kindness, curiosity, empathy, and getting to know your neighbor.
As time goes on we are also beginning to understand why Main Streets, small towns, and the old way of building places contributes to our sense of community and well-being. Founded in 1889, Guthrie, Oklahoma is a place where you can live life on a more human scale.
Perhaps you are longing to feel more connected to your child, your spouse, your community, or yourself. Neighborhood Counseling is an invitation to slow down and "make the most of this beautiful day."
Lindsay Poe LPC
Lindsay attended the University of Oklahoma and has two undergraduate degrees in Geriatrics and Family Studies. Lindsay holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Southern Nazarene University. She completed her clinical internship at Transforming Life Counseling and has extensive experience as an inpatient psychiatric hospital director and as a clinician. Lindsay integrates the use of positive based psychology with a person-centered psychodynamic theoretical perspective. She specializes in treating individual’s childhood trauma that manifests through maladaptive coping mechanisms.
Lindsay has been an active community volunteer and served numerous non-profits over the past 15 years. Lindsay and her husband, Stephen, have been married for 14 years and reside in Cashion with their three children.
Private Pay Rate:
$160 per session
We accept Aetna, United Healthcare, HealthChoice, WebTPA/Healthcare Highways, and a few others. We are out-of-network with Blue Cross and Cigna. We also accept Flexible Spending/Health Savings Accounts and can provide documentation for Out of Network claims.
Kris Bryant LPC
Founder & Owner
Kris oversees Neighborhood Counseling's client experiences and care. He studied Psychology at Southern Nazarene University (2006) and Counseling Psychology at the University of Central Oklahoma (2009). Kris also owns and manages DBT Institute Oklahoma City, a specialty counseling practice for all things Dialectical Behavior Therapy. He was appointed by Governor Mary Fallin to the Oklahoma Suicide Prevention Council where he served from 2013 to 2020.
Kris loves to share in the human experience and that which is good, true, and beautiful. He and his family live in Guthrie where he serves on the Planning Commission.