Desiree Murray, LCSW, CAC III
A few words about me...
My passion for working with individuals and families led me to pursuing advanced trainings and certification in EMDR, EFT, addiction and grief therapy. I am an EMDRIA certified therapist, consultant and facilitator. As an EMDR facilitator and member of the Humanitarian Assistance Program I have the privilege and honor of assisting in the training of other clinicians in their pursuit of learning EMDR. As a certified EFT therapist and ICEEFT approved supervisor, I have extensive training in working with couples and families utilizing this highly effective model of therapy. My addiction training began in 2000 while working at a residential treatment facility where I eventually became the program director overseeing one residential facility and three outpatient facilities. I currently hold a CAC III in the state of Colorado. If you have questions or would like more information about my professional experience, please feel free to call or email.
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Fees and Forms of Payment
$150.00 - 60 minute Individual Session
$175.00 - 60 minute Family or Couples Session
Forms of payment accepted:
Cash, Checks, Credit Cards, HSA Cards
I can provide a Super Bill for submission to your insurance for partial payment when requested.
Finding a therapist can be a daunting task for many people.
It is important to find someone with whom you feel comfortable. The therapeutic relationship is an important one and should not be taken lightly. When you feel comfortable with your therapist you are more likely to benefit from therapy and the therapeutic relationship that develops over time. I welcome all of my clients and potential clients to ask questions about my professional experience and who I am as a person.
I graduated with my Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Oklahoma in 1996. While studying and working in Oklahoma to obtain my Bachelor’s in Psychology and Master’s degree I was a member of the Norman Crisis team which responded to traumatic events in the community and surrounding areas. In addition to my work with the crisis team I specialized in medical social work at Children’s Hospital in Oklahoma City and childhood trauma by working with both children and their family members.