Professional Development

We offer consultations, supervision, and regular  CEU trainings for other mental health professionals.


  • OKSRI is an AASECT approved provider for continuing education.
  • OKSRI is a board approved CEU provider for LPC/LMFTs in Oklahoma.
  • OKSRI is a board approved CEU provider for LCSWs in Oklahoma.


OKSRI clinicians are available for consultation with other mental health professionals regarding working with clients on issues such as, but not limited to, issues related to sexual dysfunction, erectile issues, low desire, desire discrepancy in relationships, sexuality, and other psychosexual issues. Additionally, we are available for consultation regarding non-monogamous relationship structures.


Dr. Stevens and Victoria James are board-approved LPC supervisors and can provide supervision for LPC Candidates. Additionally, as a licensed Oklahoma psychologist, Dr. Stevens can also provide supervision for licensed psychologist candidates.


We offer CEU trainings throughout the year. Our fall trainings are listed below.


We offer CEU trainings throughout the year. Our spring trainings are listed below.

Our Trainings

OKSRI is proud to offer various continuing education trainings throughout the year to other mental health professionals.

Each training is $50 and only one ticket for each training may be purchased by one individual.

Fall Schedule

Wednesday, September 13th

Managing Dual Relationships/Conflicts of Interest in Counseling
2pm – 4pm

Many of us receive the message during our training as counselors that developing dual relationships in counseling is bad; that it should be avoided at all costs. But how do we respond when a dual relationship is unavoidable? How do we manage when we live in a big community, but have personal identities that mean we are part of smaller groups? We will discuss this and more during this two-hour CEU session and develop tools and plans together for managing boundary concerns when they are unavoidable.


Wednesday, October 11th

Working With Relational Trauma: An Overview of the impact of abuse on the therapeutic relationship
1pm – 4pm

1 in 3 women will be the victim of physical violence by a partner in their lifetime. Working with survivors of abuse is thus inevitable, regardless of our clinical setting. Presented by an instructor with over 3,000 hours of OAG (Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office) training and experience in working with survivors domestic violence and sexual assault, this training will provide participants with an increased understanding of healthy, unhealthy, and abusive relationships. Participants will discuss with the instructor the nuances of what abuse may look like. The instructor will lead discussions on the impact of sexual assault as a relational trauma. Participants will be provided with education on the different types and effects of trauma, including complex relational trauma, and how this may impact clients. Through the training clinical considerations of this information will be discussed.

Saturday, October 21st

Attachment theory and Nonmonogamy
9 am – 11 am

Historically attachment theory was developed on and has been applied to dyadic relationships. Join Dr. Stevens for an overview of attachment theory, what current research has found regarding attachment and nonmonogamy, and clinical considerations when working with nonmonogamous clients through an attachment lens.


Saturday, November 11th

9am – 12pm

More information forthcoming.