Linda Shaw     Angela Zayas    Mandy McHugh     Janice Hendryx     Christina Morton     Beverly Coon     Alicia Jarman     Corbin Humble

Linda Shaw, LCSW

MSW, University of Oklahoma, 1978


B.A. History, Minor in Speech

Communications and Secondary

Education, Southern Nazarene University

Bethany Oklahoma, 1973


Angela L. Zayas, LCSW

MSW, University of Oklahoma, 2000


BS, Sociology, Minor in Business &

Communications, Southern Nazarene

University, 1995



Linda Shaw graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1978 with her Masters in Social Work. Ten years later, licensing was introduced in Oklahoma and she recieved her license as a clinical social worker. While raising three children she worked part time as an adjunct professor of sociology at Southern Nazarene University. She continued this for fourteen years while adding the counseling piece to her work in 1991 in community mental health. For six years she was also the mental health counselor at SNU. In 1996 Linda began to work for a psychiatrist and continued for nine years. Eleven years ago she embarked on her own private practice in downtown Bethany.


Her clinical experience now ranges over twenty four years. She would list her specialties in treating bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and just normal everyday issues. One of her favorite areas is marriage counseling. Linda uses Integrative therapy in conjunction with Supportive therapy. Cognitive Behavioral and Behavorial Modification. She has received training in treating anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Linda also writes and has published seven Bible study books.















To Top


Angela has worked with children and families for over 20 years. She has successfully worked with a wide range of family issues including marital and premarital counseling, parenting, infertility and adoption, and blended family issues. Angela works with people of all ages as they adjust to changes in their life. She has also worked with children and adults struggling with grief, loss, depression and anxiety or those struggling with histories of trauma including abuse and neglect. Angela regularly utilizes therapeutic modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Play Therapy, Structural Family Therapy, Parent Management Training, Reality Focused Therapy, and Solution Focused Therapy. She has also received specialized training in anxiety issues including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Grief and Loss, Dialectic Behavior Therapy, as well as Marriage Counseling. She has provided licensure supervision for over ten years for those seeking their license to practice Social Work.


Angela began her professional career working for a private adoption agency. She then went on to work in various capacities for the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. Angela has advocated for services to foster and adoptive families in both the private and public agency sector. She helped initiate many of the foster care recruitement projects at DHS and served in various capacities including as a supervisor for the Centralized Foster Care Placement Unit. Angela then worked at Deaconess Hospital for six years, where she provided social work services in a inpatient acute setting to a diverse population with various medical and emotional needs. Angela is also passionate about internatinal social work. She worked with the Ministry of Human Development in Belize to advance adoption policies and services while she was completing her graduate work and has participated in numerous other international relief ministries. She has been in private practice in Bethany, Oklahoma since March of 2007. She graduated from the University of Oklahoma and is licensed through the Oklahoma State Board of Licensed Social Workers.


To Top




Mandy McHugh, LCSW

MSW, University of Oklahoma, 2004


B.S. Human and Family Services,

Southwestern Christian University,

Bethany, OK, 1999




Janice Hendryx, LCSW

MSW, University of Oklahoma, 1974


B.A. Sociology, Oklalhoma City University, 1971

Mandy has worked with individuals and families for more than fifteen years in various settings. Including the DHS/Child Welfare system in Oklahoma, hospice and hospital social work, and in a community mental health setting prior to entering private practice in 2008. She has experienced successfully helping folks in her practice with a wide range of issues. She provides grief counseling related to multiple kinds of losses, and therapy for post-traumatic stress related to abuse/assault, accidents, and disasters. Mandy works with couples on improving communication, identifying and overcoming destructive dynamics or events, and moving towards a positive cohesive identity together. She works with families too, and helps parents develop strategies for addressing child emotions and behaviors. Mandy also works with individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, major life transitions, unhealthy addictions, or secretive behaviors, and issues with stress and work/life balance. She has also facilitated groups and trainings for various organizations in the Oklahoma City area.


Methods and Modalities most utilized:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Exposure Therapy

Attachment and Family Systems approaches

PREP (Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program)

Christian Counseling

Provides supervision for LCSW candidates


To Top


Janice Hendryx specializes in providing individual and family counseling for children, adolescents and adults. Her treatment specialization includes Depression, Trauma and Abuse, Stress Management and Anxiety, Parenting and Family Isues, Grief and Loss, Senior Citizen Issues, and Work and Career Issues. Ms Hendryx also provides mental health consultation to child care facilities. Janice has received training in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavorial Therapy and Cognitive Behavoral Therapy. She also utilizes techniques from Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Seeking Safety.


Janice Hendryx has worked in children and family services for over 34 years at the national, state, and community level. For the past 24 years she has worked to improve and increase mental health services in Oklahoma. She served on the Governor's Board to transform mental health services from 2005 to 2010 and was Chair of the state board for systems of care for children's mental health services. She also served on the Board of Directors for the Oklahoma Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Ms. Hendryx graduated from the University of Oklahoma and is licensed by the Oklahoma State Board of LIcensed Social Workers.






To Top




Christina Morton, LCSW

MSW, University of Arkansas at

Little Rock


B.S. (Family Relations and Child

Development), Oklahoma State

University, 1980


Beverly Coon, LCSW

MSW, University of Oklahoma, 2007


B.A. Sociology, University of Central Oklahoma, 2005

B.S. Dental Hygiene, OUHSC, 1979

Tina has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults on topics ranging from mental health and trauma to relationship concerns. She has worked in a variety of healthcare settings including inpatient psychiatry, outpatient settings, and home based therapies. Tina has twenty years experience working with persons struggling with grief and loss related issues.


An area of focus for Tina includes working with adults toward effective parenting skill development while improving communication with young people. Tina's goal oriented approach to working with families is geared toward meeting the individualized needs of children and their families for maximum family health and overall satisfaction.


This same goal oriented approach is effective when working with many adults who are facing difficult life decisions.













To Top


Beverly Coon, LCSW is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma, where she received a Masters Degree in Social Work in 2007. In addition, she received a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2005 and a B.S. in Dental Hygiene from OUHSC in 1979. She was employed with the Child Study Center/Center on Child Abuse and Neglect at the Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center for four years. Beverly has served on several community boards including: CARE Center Board for 6 years, The Red Cross Board, the Sunbeam Family Services Board and served as President of the Jr. League of Oklahoma City. In addition, she was appointed to the Oklahoma State Advisory Group for Juvenile Justice and Prevention, where she served for three years. Beverly is a member of the National Association of Social Workers. She also serves on the Oklahoma State Board for Licensed Social Workers. Beverly volunteers in the mental health clinic at the Crossings Community Center. Her special interests include children and family matters, and most anything to do with animals. Her hobbies include biking, hiking, running, gardening, her puppies, and spending time with friends and families. She has been married to her husband, Bryan, for 35 years and has two grown children, Brandon and Brittany, both married. Beverly is also a proud grandmother.


Beverly utilizes the following therapeutic modalities: Psychoeducation, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Client Centered Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Strengths Based Therapy.




To Top




Alicia Jarman, LCSW

MSW, University of Oklahoma, 2009


B.L.S., University of Oklahoma, 2005


C. Corbin Humble, LPC 

MA, Counseling Psychology 

University of Central Oklahoma, 2006 


BBA, Business Entrepreneurship, 

Baylor University, 2000 

Alicia Jarman has been working with children, adults, families, and the elderly for the last seven years. In that time she has successfully provided individual, family, group, couples, marital, and premarital counseling addressing a wide range of issues. Alicia has helped clients successfully manage stress, anxiety, poor self-esteem, and depression. She also works with families addressing conflicts and parenting issues. Alicia has extensively worked with people of all ages who have suffered PTSD due to trauma, emotional/physical/sexual abuse, domestic violence, murder, and marital conflict. While working with the YWCA, Alicia has facilitated group psychoeducational classes on domestic violence and responded to sexual assult hospital calls.


Alicia regularly uses the following therapeutic modalities: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Art Therapy Techniques, Sand Tray Therapy Techniques, EMDR, Play Therapy Techniques, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Guided Imagery, and Child Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT). Alicia also uses an Alfa Stimulator to assist in treating anxiety, depression, and insomnia. She utilizes this as a stand alone treatment or in conjunction with therapy.




To Top


Corbin Humble received his Master's of Arts in Counseling Psychology from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2006. That same year, he began counseling under supervision with children in the foster care system. Officially becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor in 2008, he gained experience working with people age 3 to 83 from all walks of life. While the majority of his experience was with teanage boys, he has also been effective helping widows dealing with grief, men facing midlife crisis, twenty-somethings struggling with independence and even finding healing for married individuals when their partners would not come to counseling. 


In 2009, Corbin married his beautiaful bride and in 2012 they were blessed with an amazing baby girl. Corbin was born and raised in Bethany, Oklahoma and was very excited to have the opportunity to join Bethany Counseling Center in 2017. 


Corbin's primary therapeutic approach in counseling is referred to as Person Centered Therapy. That means that he prioritizes meeting people where they are in their life, understanding and respecting their point of view, while working with them towards their goals at their pace. To find out more about Corbin and his style of counseling, visit 



To Top