Aimee Apheatone


Aimee Ahpeatone, MA, LPC, LADC

Owner / Director of Business Development
Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor
MA, Clinical Counseling, University of Central Oklahoma (2005)

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Aimee’s focus as a Director at Mosaic is on business development, community relationships, and clinical supervision.

Aimee believes in the value of collaborative partnerships in life. This idea transfers to her approach to therapy. In her work as a therapist, Aimee often integrates elements of Person Centered, Cognitive Behavioral, and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapies. She enjoys working with couples, families or individuals who struggle with coping skills, relationship interactions, and addressing previous painful or traumatic experiences. Aimee is experienced in issues relating to employment, stress, anger, anxiety, relationships, sexuality, trauma, foster care, and adoption.

With an experienced background in clinical counseling and supervision, personnel development, and business incubation, Aimee also provides training and coaching to corporate, non-profit, and state agencies with a focus on team building, collaboration, and consensus building. Her experience has also translated into small business support and historic property redevelopment, as well as a commitment to the non-profit community through board service and fundraising.

Aimee is a member of the American Counseling Association and the American Psychological Association.
Miranda Bergman


Miranda Bergman, MA, LBP

Owner / Director of Operations
Licensed Behavioral Practitioner
MA, Forensic Psychology, University of Denver (2007)

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Miranda’s focus as a Director at Mosaic is on policies and procedures, hiring, training, ethics, and clinical consultation and management.

In her therapy practice, Miranda values a positive, collaborative, and culturally-informed approach to therapy. She especially appreciates integrating Cognitive Behavioral and Acceptance Commitment Therapy principles, and is also trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. Miranda currently works primarily with transgender clients and their families, and with individuals and couples wishing to address issues related to gender and sexuality. She also has experience treating trauma, and working with issues related to foster care and adoption, anxiety, depression, and grief. Her practice is LGBTQ affirming.

Miranda has practiced as a psychotherapist in private practice and agency settings and has experience in clinical and administrative management within the mental health field. She has previously worked in mental health with police, military, and correctional facilities. She is an adjunct in the psychology department at Oklahoma City University.

Miranda is a member of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH), the Oklahoma Counseling Association, and the Northamerican Association of Masters in Psychology.
Annie Boyle

Annie Boyle, LCSW

Master of Social Work, University of Oklahoma

Areas of interest: Anxiety, depression, trauma, LGBTQ, spinal cord stimulator assessments, healthy relationships

Theoretical Approach: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, Strength-based Practice, Mindfulness

Memberships: National Association of Social Workers


April Webber

April M. Webber, M.Ed., LPC Candidate

M.Ed., Professional Counseling, University of Oklahoma

Areas of Interest: LGBTQ+, couples, sex issues, families, parenting, trauma, childhood behavior issues

Theoretical Approach and Training: Narrative, Solution-Focused, Feminist Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Children with Problematic Sexual Behavior (PSB)

Memberships: American Counseling Association, American Psychological Association, Community Academic Consortium for Research on Alternative Sexualities

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Christopher Lopez

Christopher Lopez, LMFT

MA, Marriage and Family Therapy, Abilene Christian University

Areas of Interest: Couples, families, and individuals; LGBT issues, depression, anxiety, grief, PREPARE/ENRICH facilitator for Pre-Marital and Marital Couples

Memberships: American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, and Oklahoma Association of Marriage and Family Therapy

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Nolan Lawless

Nolan Lawless, MS, LPC

MS. School Psychology, Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Areas of Interest: Adolescent issues, relationship issues, polyamory/non-monogamy, BDSM/kink, sex-related issues, coming out/LGBTQ+ issues

Theoretical Approach: Choice Theory/Reality Therapy (CT/RT), Solution-Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Family Systems Therapy, Gottman Method Relationship Therapy
James Hartsfield

James Hartsfield, MS, LPC

MS, Psychological Services, East Central University

Areas of Interest: Fathers, parenting issues, families with DHS involvement, childhood development and behavioral issues, LGBT issues

Theoretical Approach and Training: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)