Karlie Collins,LPC-C

LPC-C

Mind-Body Therapist

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I enjoy making patients feel comfortable and supported as they go through cancer treatment.

Location
Tulsa
Specialties
Primary specialty: Mind-Body Medicine
Mind-Body Medicine
Education
Advanced degrees: MS, Clinical Mental Health Counseling - Northeastern State University, Broken Arrow, OK
Certifications
Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate - State of Oklahoma

Karlie Collins is a Mind-Body Medicine Therapist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She joined CTCA® in January 2018. As part of the supportive care team, Collins’ overall goal is to help patients identify and then cope with stressors in healthy ways to support their fight against cancer.

“I see my most important role as reminding my patients that they are not defined by cancer,” says Collins. “I am also a cheerleader when patients need encouragement and a listening ear for patients to feel heard throughout their cancer journey.”

Collins brings a therapeutic, positive and uplifting energy to patients. She encourages her patients to connect with their spirituality to support resilience during cancer treatment. She also works with patients to strengthen their emotional and mental resources, to help them stay strong and focused on their goals.

Collins received a Bachelor of Arts degree in biblical studies from Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee. She then completed a Master of Science degree in clinical mental health counseling at Northeastern State University in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

Outside of CTCA, Collins enjoys spending time with friends and family. Her husband is a youth pastor, and Collins is often by his side volunteering. Together, they love home improvement projects and renovating their house. Collins also enjoys walking the two dogs they adopted from a shelter.
Patient ratings
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