Now offering behavioral health counseling services in Oklahoma

Online & In-Person Counseling Services

Whole wellness includes sound health in both the body and mind. At Xpress Wellness, our licensed clinical social workers and psychologists have experience treating a variety of emotional and behavioral concerns.

Most sessions are done virtually giving patients the flexibility to meet from their home, car, office, or wherever is most convenient or comfortable.

Who We Help

Our licensed counselors are happy to see patients of all ages for any situation.

  • Individuals
  • Teens
  • Couples
  • Medication Management Services

Support We Offer

We accept Medicaid, Medicare, and most major insurances.

No insurance or high deductible? We offer competitive self-pay rates. Affordable therapy is within reach.
$135 for initial visit and $85 for follow up visits.

All payments, including your co-pay, coinsurance, and/or deductible, are due at the time of service.

Behavioral Health

Getting Help with Xpress Wellness is simple. Our team will pair you with a licensed counselor who fits your needs. Just do the following:​

Types of Support

Xpress Wellness Urgent Care offers counseling services for a wide variety of emotional and behavioral concerns, including:

What is Behavioral Health?

Many people confuse behavioral health and mental health, but the two concepts are distinct. While mental health describes emotional and psychological well-being, behavioral health refers to the way human behavior affects overall health and vice versa. Our behavioral health providers help patients through counseling online or in-person with everything from substance abuse to weight management to depression.

Oftentimes, behavioral health counseling and mental health counseling go hand-in-hand. Behavior affects thought processes and chemicals in the brain (mental health). Likewise, thoughts and brain chemistry (mental health) affect how people behave. Xpress Wellness Urgent Care focuses on behavioral health, but addressing mental health is a key component of our therapy treatments. Mental health counseling is valuable and integrated into behavioral health counseling sessions. We see patients across for virtual therapy sessions and in-person therapy at select locations.

Woman seeing a behavioral health specialist virtually at Xpress Wellness Urgent Care

Now offering behavioral health counseling services in Oklahoma

Meet with a professional counselor online from the comfort of your own home

Contact Us

Submit the form to request information about behavioral health counseling or to schedule an appointment. Our team will review your information and will reach out via email or phone.

Behavioral Health Services:

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Telehealth & In-Office Counseling

Seeking behavioral health counseling for the first time is already a huge step toward a healthier mind. The last thing we want to do is inconvenience you by making you take an unnecessary trip to our clinic, especially if you don’t live near one of the locations that provides behavioral health counseling services. That’s why we offer telehealth (commonly called online counseling or virtual therapy) options to anyone. You can easily do your online therapy session from your phone, tablet, or computer in Kansas and Oklahoma. 

If you prefer to seek in-office counseling, that’s okay too! We’re happy to see you in person at select clinics. A lot of our patients prefer the physical presence of their behavioral health provider, and we will gladly accommodate anyone seeking in-person behavioral health counseling in Kansas and Oklahoma.

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Medication Management

Sometimes therapy alone is the ideal treatment for behavioral health issues. Other times, medication is necessary to bring relief. If you and your provider determine that medication management is right for you, we can schedule an evaluation with one of our medical providers to explore medication options.

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Children, Families, Adults, & Seniors

The importance of behavioral health has no age limit. Whether you’re worried about your child’s behavior, teenager’s mental health or relative’s recent struggles with grief, there’s no reason to put off or dismiss the prospect of treatment. Our licensed counselors are happy to see patients ages 8 years and older.

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Short-Term & Solution-Focused Therapy

Our providers at Xpress focus on evidence-based treatments in therapy sessions. We know that every patient’s life situation, experiences, problems, strengths, and relationships are unique, so we carefully select the treatments and therapies that are most likely to make a positive difference. We are able to use these approaches in both online counseling and in-office counseling. Depending on the patient and situation, these could include:

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Acceptance and commitment therapy
  • Trauma-focused/trauma-informed therapy
  • Systems therapy
  • Behavioral activation therapy
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Primary care behavioral health (PCBH) consultation model

The PCBH consultation model is a functional assessment to determine symptoms, their root causes, and how they affect a patient’s ability to function normally in their lives. We use this model in our counseling practice to determine the best plan for eliminating or reducing symptoms and improving behavioral health.

What sets the PCBH model apart from others is that it integrates behavioral health therapy into a primary care setting. When you separate behavioral health from physical and mental health systems and treatment, the results can often lead to increased costs, fragmented treatment, duplicate services, and other problems. We believe integrated care is essential for wellness as a whole.

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Bilingual Treatment

Xpress Wellness Urgent Care can provide translators in many different languages.

Do you speak Spanish? No problem. Many of our staff members speak Spanish too. If your behavioral health counselor doesn’t speak Spanish, we’re also happy to provide you with an interpreter. There’s no need to let a language barrier prevent you from getting the mental health and behavioral health help you need. Translators are also available for other languages.

¿Eres hispanohablante? No hay problema. Muchos de los miembros de nuestro personal también hablan español. Si su proveedor no habla español, también nos complace proporcionarle un traductor. No hay necesidad de permitir que la barrera del idioma le impida obtener la ayuda que necesita.

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Get the behavioral health treatment you need today

Xpress Wellness Urgent Care is your behavioral health home. We provide counseling services in Kansas and Oklahoma online and in person. Telehealth (online therapy) services are offered anywhere in the state of Kansas and Oklahoma. Simply submit the form, we’ll match you with a therapist and call you to schedule your appointment. If you prefer in-person services, please contact us for available locations. 

You don’t need to be an existing patient, and you don’t need to have a referral from a doctor to schedule a behavioral health counseling appointment. For your convenience, online counseling services can be provided wherever you are with the use of your phone, computer, or tablet.

Medicaid, Medicare, and some insurance plans are accepted.

Meet Our Behavioral Health Providers

Jewel Dallas-Bruner, LCSW


Jewel Dallas-Bruner is an alumni of the University of Oklahoma School of Social Work. She also earned a Certification in Gerontology from the University of Oklahoma College of Allied Health, OU Health Sciences Center.

Her professional experience includes work with individuals and families at every stage of the life cycle who are facing any number of challenges including depression, anxiety, stress due to life transitions, grief, or emotional upheaval. Her specializations include consultation and therapy services to School – aged Children and Older Adults. She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Strategies, Mindfulness, Solution- focused, Delectical Behavioral and Problem solving techniques to equip one with tools one can use to face issues from multiple perspectives. The client is provided a safe, private and culturally sensitive environment to assess any concerns, thoughts and feelings in an atmosphere that supports positive healing and restoration in order for one to go on enjoying a life of purpose.

Ms. Bruner trained in the care of persons with Alzheimer’s Disease and other Neuro-degenerative Disorders for many years. These conditions require the person with the disease to be dependent on “another for their daily survival”. Caregivers and family members experience unique issues with their loved ones. Individual and family therapy services help contributing family members to maintain a balanced, healthy respect for each other.

Jeff Martindale

Jeff W. Martindale, Ph.D.

Behavioral & Psychiatry Program Director

Dr. Martindale is a licensed psychologist and graduated from Texas Tech University with a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology. He has a breadth of clinical experiences including couples counseling, treatment of Bipolar Disorder and other serious mental illnesses, and a focus on working with the aging. Dr. Martindale is also a strong ally of the LGBTQ community and provides an empowering and empathetic approach to care. He also has extensive experience in providing services to a range of minority populations and incorporates each individual’s unique spiritual, ethnic, and cultural practices into the clinical process.

Dr. Martindale also approaches each client as an individual and helps the client to feel at ease while reducing negative symptoms and making progress toward a life where symptoms are either resolved or well-managed. His goal is to empower and train the client with skills to be capable of managing his or her symptoms.

Savanah Haynes

Savanah Haynes, APRN-CNP, PMHNP-BC

Behavioral Health Provider

Savanah Haynes is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders across the lifespan. She holds a Master of Science in Nursing from Wilkes University and is board-certified as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP). Her nursing career began at Southwestern Oklahoma State University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

During her nursing career, she worked in numerous psychiatric treatment settings which include acute inpatient, residential inpatient, substance abuse and rehabilitation, and community mental health. Her passion for behavioral health began in 2016 while working with adults at a forensic psychiatric facility in Georgia.

Savanah is a native of rural Southeast Oklahoma. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her three children and traveling to visit loved ones in Southeast Oklahoma. As often as possible, she is camping, fishing, and enjoying nature. Savanah will be accepting patients ages 18 and older for a variety of mental health disorders.

Kylene R Whiteman, MSW, LCSW, Xpress WellnessBehavioral Health Provider

Kylene R Sharpton, MSW, LCSW


Kylene Sharpton is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Oklahoma. Kylene graduated from Northwestern Oklahoma State University in 2012 with a Bachelors of Social Work and she was named the 2012 Oklahoma NASW Social Work Undergraduate Student of the Year. She then pursued her Master of Social Work at the University of Oklahoma in 2013. She became fully licensed in 2015. Kylene is a Board Approved Supervisor and provides supervision for individuals pursuing their Master of Social Work and for those who are pursuing their LCSW. She is a strong supporter of the Social Work field and is committed to helping the Social Work profession expand by providing clinical supervision and working with MSW students. Kylene is committed to life-long learning and is dedicated to expanding and refining her clinical skill set to provide the highest quality of care to the individuals she serves. Kylene is a strong advocate for competent and ethical Social Work practices.

Kylene has a wealth of experience in working with a diverse population of individuals with mental health, trauma, and substance abuse needs. Kylene has worked in four different treatment settings including acute psychiatric care, community mental health outpatient services, residential substance abuse treatment, and private practice. She has held multiple different positions including Therapist, Team Lead, Outpatient Coordinator, Director of Inpatient Services, and Director of Social Work at her previous employer of 11 years. Kylene has worked with individuals with multiple presenting issues, such as Depression, Anxiety, Stress-Related Disorders, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder, Substance Use Disorders, Self-esteem, Anger, Impulse Control, Sexual Behaviors, and Relationship issues.

Kylene joined Xpress Wellness with the goal of meeting and serving individuals in need within the state of Oklahoma. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, feeding cows, and riding horses.

“Remember, you’ve survived 100% of your bad days up to this point, please keep going”

Samantha Graham, LCSW, Xpress Wellness Urgent Care Behavioral Health Provider

Samantha Graham, LCSW


Samantha Graham is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Oklahoma. After graduating from Oklahoma University with a Masters in Social Work, she moved to Colorado and worked with families involved in DHS while getting her LCSW.

After moving back to Oklahoma she has worked with a range of populations. She has experience with children as young as 4 and adults as old as 102. She has worked in outpatient, intensive outpatient and inpatient care. She also has experience in hospice and working with seniors. She has provided care to adults and children with trauma.

In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her son, two cats and dog.

Justin Simmons, LCSW behavioral health provider at Xpress Wellness Urgent Care in Oklahoma

Justin Simmons, LCSW

Behavioral Health Provider

Justin Simmons is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Oklahoma with nearly 30 years of professional experience in providing social services administration and clinical treatment. Justin is the behavioral health program manager for Xpress Wellness and Integrity Urgent Care. Justin has worked in social services administration, mental health, and substance use disorder treatment since 1994. He has been married for 30+ years and has 6 children. Justin and his wife have experience in foster parenting and adoptions. Justin has served in several social services organizations to advocate for vulnerable and/or oppressed client systems by improving services, increasing access to care, and supporting policy changes. Justin has been the executive director in nonprofit social service agencies for 20+ years. He is a trained primary care behavioral health consultant working closely with primary care medical providers to treat the whole person in a person-centered approach to care.

Justin received a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Oklahoma in 2001. Justin specializes in a variety of culturally sensitive and trauma-informed clinical interventions to improve the well-being of individuals, families, couples, organizations, and communities. Justin utilizes his extensive experience in social services administration and clinical treatment to provide a high-quality behavioral health program within Xpress Wellness and Integrity Urgent Care.

Micah Graves-Barnett, MSW, LCSW behavioral health provider at Xpress Wellness Urgent Care in Oklahoma

Micah Graves-Barnett, MSW, LCSW


Micah Graves-Barnett was raised in western Oklahoma until the age of ten, when her family relocated to eastern New Mexico. She graduated from Eastern New Mexico University in 2001, then returned to Oklahoma to attend graduate school at the University of Oklahoma. In 2003, she received a Master of Social Work.

Micah was initiated into medical social work while still in graduate school. She was hired at a level two trauma emergency room, and she couldn’t have asked for a more informative, exciting, and fun start to her career.

In 2006, she began what turned into a sixteen-year career in hospice. Just two years later, she received an award for Oklahoma Hospice and Palliative Care Award for Social Worker of the Year. She’s truly enjoyed this area of social work, particularly the knowledge she’s gained from working alongside so many incredible nurses, doctors, aides, chaplains, and volunteers in the field.

ADHD counseling for both children and adults is of particular interest to Micah. She was fortunate enough to have owned a private practice dedicated to ADHD treatment, and she enjoyed every minute of it.

Micah and her daughter relocated to Owasso in July 2022, where they enjoy the small community as well as weekend road trips to experience all that Tulsa and the surrounding areas have to offer.

Behavioral Health FAQs

Insurances accepted for behavioral health services include Aetna, BCBS, Centene-Oklahoma Complete Health, Cigna, Connect Benefit, HealthChoice, Humana, Medicare, SoonerCare, and Tricare. Please contact us if your insurance is not listed as we are actively contracting with more insurance plans for behavioral health services. In network services vary based on the type of service provided. When verifying benefits with your insurance company, please specify the type of service you are seeking (i.e. urgent care, behavioral health, etc).

No, our behavioral health services are primarily provided by telehealth services. We send a link to a HIPAA compliant telehealth platform so your session is from home and your privacy is protected. Ask us about availability if you prefer in-person services.

We will not share details of your visits with anyone without permission. If you have concerns please discuss with your provider.

No. We do not discuss the details of your visits with anyone unless you ask us to do so and/or have given us written permission to do so, with only certain exceptions, such as billing insurance or services provided to children. Employers may be informed of visits if you are requesting us to bill your employer for services, but will not be provided details. We will not inform an employer unless you direct us to do so. Please discuss any concerns about confidentiality with your provider at the initial visit.

While it is common to attend more than one therapy session, it isn’t required. Clients will receive the most benefit by working with their therapist to develop goals and complete these goals.

We offer both counseling and medication management. Counseling services are provided by licensed clinical social workers. Medication management services are provided by psychiatric trained nurse practitioners.

We have several behavioral health counselors available. If you know the provider or feel there is any conflict of interest or dual relationship concerns, we can assign you a different provider and you can request telehealth services with someone who does not live in your community.

The cost of therapy depends on your individual insurance plan. Xpress Wellness currently accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurance and private pay. All payments, including your co-pay, coinsurance, and/or deductible, are due at the time of service. Xpress Wellness offers a discounted self-pay rate for behavioral health services of $135 for a 30-minute initial visit and $85 for follow-up visits. Cost may vary based on length of counseling session.

Insurance plans vary greatly. Please check with your specific insurance plan to determine exactly what they will cover. We can assist you in providing an estimate of what your insurance will cover if you need assistance. For other insurances not listed, we offer our discounted self-pay rates and you might be able to submit payments to your insurance for out-of-network reimbursement.

Yes. However, most insurance does not cover couples therapy unless the focus of therapy is about a specific diagnosis for one partner. For example, if one partner is diagnosed with depression and we are providing couples counseling to help the patient’s partner support the patient with this diagnosis then most insurance will cover that. If the focus of therapy is on the couple and the goal is to improve the relationship, then most insurances will not cover this. We can provide couples therapy using our discounted self-pay rates.

If you are under 18 years of age, we will need to have permission from a parent or legal guardian to provide therapy. There are a few exceptions to this rule which we can discuss with you before scheduling an appointment if this is a concern. If you are 18 or older you are considered an adult and we will not disclose any information to anyone without your direction and/or written consent. There are a few exceptions to this rule which we will discuss with you at your initial visit or can discuss before scheduling any services. Examples of exceptions would include billing information to insurance, suspicions of abuse or neglect to children or elderly or individuals with special needs, risk of harm to yourself or to others. We can discuss any concerns you may have about confidentiality before we schedule any services and that conversation can be anonymous, protecting your personal information.

Sessions are approximately 30 minutes.

We will mostly need to know specific information about the problem you are wanting us to help you with. What is the presenting problem, how long have you dealt with this or when did it start, how severe do you perceive the problem to be, how often does this problem affect you, how does it affect your ability to function in daily life. We will ask you other more general questions about your life experiences, such as any history of trauma, history and current substance use, family history and social history. However, if you are uncomfortable talking about any of these things you can always let your provider know you do not want to talk about things that are too sensitive or that you feel are not relevant. 

No. Anyone can request services without getting a referral. Most insurance plans, such as a PPO, do not require referrals to pay for outpatient mental health services. Certain insurance plans, such as some HMO plans, do require a referral from your Primary Care Provider and/or a prior authorization to pay for services. If this is the case, we will inform you of this before we start services.

We try to accommodate schedules. Availability will be discussed during your initial visit.

Typically we are able to schedule your first appointment within 7 days.  

Please schedule a time to chat with one of our appointment coordinators. We are typically able to schedule an initial counseling session within 14 days but this varies based on availability. Medication management services with our psychiatric nurse practitioner have immediate openings.

About V Psych Oklahoma

Providing Quality, Local and Timely psychiatric care to LTC
and skilled nursing facilities across Oklahoma

What is V Psych Oklahoma?

V Psych Oklahoma was founded several years ago and currently provides psychiatric medication management services to more than 60 nursing home facilities across Oklahoma and growing! WE are a small local company offering face-to-face visits every time. V Psych Oklahoma has partnered with several local counseling services and assists in facilitating theses types of services.

V Psych Oklahoma believes in quality and personalized care! Each provider’s caseloads are limited and round during the week so that team members can work closely together with facilities to better understand residents’ and facility needs.