Ann Wilson, LPC

8937 S. Garnett Rd
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
(918) 872-9777

Mon-Thu 8-5; Fri 8-12

Ann Wilson is glad to be part of the Strength of Mind team, having been previously mentored by Dr. Jeffrey McIlroy, the founder of Strength of Mind, in an inpatient setting.  Ann has extensive training in inpatient settings with children, adolescents, and adults focused on helping people stabilize from crisis situations.  In addition, she has served individuals, couples, and families in outpatient settings, and enjoys learning about people and helping them achieve their goals.

Ann became a Licensed Professional Counselor in 1997 after having completed a Master’s degree in Counseling. Ann’s first career was as a Certified Public Accountant, and she understands well the difficulties that occur in work places   and while working toward career goals.  Ann is glad to have changed career paths, and has a genuine desire to help people through life’s decisions and challenges.

Ann has expertise working with a host of behavioral health challenges including anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and trauma, along with experience working with developmental concerns of children and youth.  Ann has a whole person approach that is based on the strengths of each individual and how to best build on them.  Aware that each person has unique challenges, opportunities, motivators, and skills, the focus becomes how to use strengths to build skills, and tackle the challenges.  Ann is very respectful of all spiritual beliefs and can integrate that into therapy upon client request.

Ann has been the treasurer and a board member of the Tulsa Chapter of the National Alliance of Mental Health (NAMI).  She is acquainted with many resources available in Tulsa and this part of the state.

In her personal time, Ann enjoys time with her husband, grown son and daughter twins, and two granddaughters.  She especially enjoys planning “Sunday Funday”  special events with her family.  Ann loves animals and is the mom to 3 chihuahua mixes, Penny, Ginger, and Pepper.  They continuously provide lessons about patience and individual differences.