Meet Our Team

Rose Reynolds-Cox, LCSW

Tulsa In Person & Telehealth


Rose Reynolds-Cox, LCSW, is a relational and trauma focused therapist, and comes to Palo Santo with more than 20 years of experience in mental health. She has worked in out-patient therapy for 13 years providing treatment to adults, children, families and couples. She has also previously worked for 10 years in an in-patient psychiatric residential setting. Rose specializes in working with those who have experienced trauma, childhood abuse, anxiety, depression, and relationship issues.


Rose is trained in a variety of therapeutic modalities, including DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing), TF-CBT (Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Attachment Focused Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, and Solution Focused Therapy.


Rose believes in providing a safe and accepting space for clients to address their struggles and develop the tools necessary to heal from their traumas, as well as rebuild self-esteem and self-confidence.

Private Pay & Insurance Accepted: Healthchoice, Healthsmart, Healthcare Highway, United and BCBS

Dawn Robinson, LCSW, SEP

Tulsa In Person & Telehealth


Dawn Robinson, LCSW, SEP (she/her) has worked for 25 years with those who have experienced trauma. She believes everyone has the capacity to heal if provided the right environment. That environment is what she seeks to provide in her work with clients. It includes comfort, direct yet compassionate communication and high quality treatment modalities along with a fair amount of laughter. She continues to be in awe of
the human ability to endure and to grow and brings that sense of awe into her work.
She wants to find what works for each individual client and to build on the strengths they already possess.
Prior to private practice she has worked with children and families involved in the child in need of care and juvenile justice systems as well as hospice care. She worked with teens involved in gangs in a drop out prevention program. She currently enjoys working with adults and has experience with first responders, medical personnel, veterans, and other mental health professionals. She has conducted mindfulness meditation classes, retreats and women’s circles which have focused on healing, authentic conversation, and community.
Looking through the lenses of attachment and trauma informed approaches she utilizes Somatic Experiencing, EMDR, Process Communication Model, Neurobiological approach, and Compassionate Communication. She also incorporates mindfulness meditation, yoga, contemplative practices and nature to work toward whole person healing.

Private Pay & Insurance Accepted: Healthchoice, Healthsmart, HealthCare Highways, BCBS and United

Fay O’Neill, LCSW

Bartlesville In-Person & Telehealth

Fay O’Neill, (she/her), LCSW, CYT-500, TCTSY-F, is an attachment based somatic therapist and certified yoga teacher. Fay’s hope is to allow a space for the body to tell its story, for the wisdom that has been hidden and suppressed by trauma to slowly and safely emerge in a way that enables healing to unfold organically, in the presence of a safe and attuned relationship. Fay believes that complex trauma occurs in relationship and must be healed within a relationship that shares power, gives back your ability to choose for yourself, celebrates your authenticity, affirms your worthiness of care, and provides steady cues of safety so that your nervous system can begin to move out of a state of survival and into a state of connection, presence, and balance. Fay believes that the purpose of therapy is to dis-identify with the beliefs, emotions, labels, and stories we tell and the sensations that arise with them.  

With a background of social work and passion for social justice, Fay also allows space for exploration of how the intersectionality of race, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, religion, and mental and physical ability all play an important part in the individual’s present experience and how oppression, marginalization, discrimination and the systems that uphold them all contribute greatly to individual and collective trauma.

Fay’s approach to trauma treatment blends somatic bottom-up approaches and contemplative mindful approaches such as Somatic Experiencing, Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga, breathwork, mindfulness meditation, iRest Yoga Nidra meditation, Compassionate Inquiry, EMDR, and Internal Family Systems to facilitate healing and integration of the whole person, body, mind, and spirit. 

Private Pay & Insurance Accepted: BCBS, United, Healthchoice, Healthcare Highways, Healthsmart

Louis Anderson, LPC

Tulsa In-Person & Telehealth

Louis Anderson (He/Him) has been working in the helping profession since 1990. He completed his bachelor’s degree in 1985 and Masters in Counselor Education in 1988, both from the University of Virginia. With nearly 25 years of experience in mental health, he has worked with clients with concerns ranging from Addictions, Substance Abuse, Sexual Behavioral Issues, Depression, Anxiety, Anger Management, Trauma.

Louis believes that wounds in our lives do not only fester but put down roots. Unaddressed and unattended these roots grow deeper, stronger, and more harmful. Louis has experience working with Mood Disorders, Personality Disorders, Anger and Stress Management, Anxiety, Depression, and Substance Use and Abuse Issues. Louis believes that individuals are not only able to uproot destructive hurts but are able to sow into areas that provide new and abundant growth.  

Louis works with individuals and families. Louis offers both individual and group therapy, specializing in areas of understanding anger, healthy sexuality, and addictions.

Private pay & Insurances Accepted: Healthchoice, BCBS,United, Health Choice, HealthSmart, HealthCare Highways

Whitney Breshears, LPC

Tulsa In Person & Telehealth

Whitney Breshears, (She/Her), LPC, is a Somatic Attachment Therapist. Whitney comes to Palo Santo with more than 10 years of experience in trauma therapy after working with an Inpatient Facility for children and an outpatient therapist with Therapeutic Foster Care. Whitney has also worked with children, adolescents and adults, focusing on developmental and attachment trauma. 

Whitney has also completed extensive trauma training, including but not limited to Somatic Experiencing, EMDR, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT), Play Therapy and Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy. Whitney is also trained in Reiki, which works with the body’s energy system.

Due to her own struggle with an autoimmune disease, Whitney was drawn to Somatic Psychology, after determining that her health struggles were a result of how her body was processing and holding onto emotional and early life experiences. As a result, Whitney offers an intuitive and highly skilled healing process that blends her trauma training with traditional and holistic modalities to meet the needs of each unique individual and nervous system. Whitney is also trained in Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy.

Private Pay & Insurance Accepted: Healthchoice, United, BCBS, Healthcare Highways, HealthSmart

Christina Conrad, LPC-S, SEP

Tulsa In Person & Telehealth

Christina Conrad, (She/Her) LPC-S, SEP, founder of Palo Santo Therapy, believes deeply in the innate ability of the body, mind and soul to heal. Christina has extensive training in the physiology and neurobiology of trauma. As an attachment-based therapist, Christina works to heal developmental trauma and the shame that accompanies it. 

Christina’s expertise lies in trauma – childhood physical, sexual and emotional abuse, PTSD, combat trauma, domestic violence, sexual assault, attachment and shame resiliency. Christina has worked inpatient and outpatient facilities, as well as in domestic violence shelters and community mental health.

She blends a variety of evidenced-based and holistic approaches to healing the whole, including but not limited to meditation, Somatic Experiencing, EMDR, and Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy. Christina is also trained in MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy (upon FDA approval) and is passionate about making this work available to her community and the heartland region.

Private pay.

Christy Palmer

Medicinal Cannabis Consultant

Christy joined the Palo Santo team to help educate the community and provide support to those using Medicinal Cannabis. Cannabis use for mental health has increased drastically in recent years, but education around this use has not. While Medicinal Cannabis can be helpful for mental health struggles, it is often overused or misused due to a lack of information, causing more harm than good.

Christy, in conjunction with the Palo Santo team, is working to address this need and is passionate about cannabis as medicine for the mind and body. Fueled by the desire to heal her own body after numerous health challenges, she has spent the last 8 years studying cannabis biology and holds multiple certifications in the holistic use of cannabis, proper dosing, and delivery methods. Christy was an educator for Cannabis Training University & a Certified Trainer for ECS Therapy and has lectured across the state on intentional and responsible cannabis use.

With cannabis there is no one size fits all approach and navigating this journey on your own can be expensive and overwhelming. Christy offers an intuitive and individualized approach to this process and has had success working with patients who are having symptoms of pain, stress, anxiety, cancer, auto-immunity and mental health. Whether you use cannabis socially or for symptom relief, she can help guide you toward a predictable outcome.

Private pay.

Rebecca Lee, Clinical Coordinator

Rebecca (She/Her) serves as Palo Santo’s Clinical Coordinator, which means she is often the first person you will speak to at our agency. Rebecca will help answer any questions you have and will help connect you with the clinician who will best fit your needs. We are lucky to have her on our team. 

Good Faith Estimate

You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate”. Under this new law, health care providers need to give patients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the expected charges for medical services, including psychotherapy services.

For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises or call 1-800-985-3059.