Rita Crockett, MBA/MHR, LPC/LADC

Office: A Chance to Change
5228 Classen Circle, Oklahoma City OK 73118
405.840.9000 or 405.850.5149
rcrockett@achancetochange.org  or spi.2006@yahoo.com

A Chance To Change

Edwin Miller, M.Div/MHR, LPC/LMFT/LADC

5208 Classen Circle,
Oklahoma City OK 73118

Rita A. Crockett, MBA/MHR, LPC/LADC

Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor
National Certified Gambling Counselor II


Rita enjoys working with adolescents and adults, couples and families, step-families and single parents. She is a gifted teacher of accessing personal power, developing healthy money emotions and healthy anger skills, relationship skills, stress reduction, and problem solving skills. She has received more than 300 hours of specialized training in trauma resolution. Rita uses many tools for teaching and healing, including energy, guided imagery, relaxation, EFT, Zpoint,  meditation, EMDR, Psychosynthesis, and personality assessment using the Myers-Brigs Type Inventory.

Rita is the Clinical Director at A Chance to Change where she works with individuals as well as facilitating groups and has developed expanded services for people with gambling issues or their family members. She
also teaches Group Counseling at Southern Nazarene University.


Rita accepts insurance at A Chance To Change. She is on HealthChoice and BlueCross/ Blue Shield panels. She accepts Medicaid and most other insurance out-of-network.


She has worked as a counselor for Sunbeam Family Services and for the Children's Recovery Center, a hospital for children and adolescents where she worked with adolescents in substance abuse treatment and mental health areas.  She previously taught as an Adjunct Professor at both Redlands Community College and Rose State College and her experience includes working as a teacher, camp director, financial manager, leader trainer, and resolver of complaints. Rita taught human relations for business and the understanding of personality type for improved relationships at both Francis Tuttle and at Moore-Norman Technology Centers and in a variety of business, organizational and church settings.


Assessments: Incl. (MBTI) Myers-Briggs Type Indicator; DSM IV based

Counseling/Therapy with: individuals, couples, pre-marital, families, step-families, groups

Plan, organize and present seminars to groups anger management, trauma recovery, conflict resolution, communication skills, stress, addictions, spirituality, LifeMatters, grief, MBTI

EAP seminars to businesses

Use EMDR, relaxation and guided imagery with adolescents & adults

Flexibility with variety of clients - indigent, adjustment issues, axis II



American Counseling Association, Oklahoma Counseling Association, EMDRIA, AAP (American Association of Psychosynthesis), Institute of Noetic Sciences, ODAPCA, ACEP (Association of Comprehensive Energy Psychology).


Qualified Professional: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

EMDR: Level I & II

Secondary Education Teacher: English & Library Science

Qualified Assessor: Level B & C psychological instruments



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