The CommunityCare EAP Staff currently consists of the following individuals. Each has the specific experience, training, and credentials necessary to effectively perform their critical job functions.
The key management liaisons between CommunityCare EAP and your company are listed below. These contacts may be reached by calling our main number at (918) 594-5232 or (800) 221-3976. For after-hours care, please call either one of our telephone numbers to be put directly through to Pam Thomas, LMFT of Visit Solutions.
Dr. Waters started with Community Care in 2015. He received a Bachelor of Science at the University of Tulsa prior to going to Medical School at the University of Missouri – Columbia. After Medical School he completed residency training in Family Medicine at MU as well. He spent the first 4 years of his career at the University of Missouri seeing patients as well as teaching medical students and residents. Prior to coming to Community Care he worked with St John in Owasso.
As Medical Director at Community Care, Dr. Waters works closely with the Chief Medical Officer and the Medical Management staff to make sure that patients are getting quality, cost effective care. Dr. Waters is also responsible for oversight of WorkNet and Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Within the company he sits on several committees to advise on medical issues as they affect claims, pharmacy, quality improvement and appropriateness of care.
Terry joined the CommunityCare EAP staff in 1995 and now manages both the EAP and Managed Care departments. He is a State of Oklahoma Licensed Behavioral Practitioner (LBP) and, in addition to being a Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP), has a Masters of Addiction Counseling (MAC). Terry's clinical experience in assessment and treatment qualify him as a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) under federal government guidelines. He is also affiliated with the International Association of Trauma Counselors Association and is certified as a Disaster Mental Health Specialist by the American Red Cross. Terry has extensive experience with CISD's throughout the state including assisting families in the recent Joplin, Missouri tornadoes.
Steve joined CommunityCare EAP in December 2010, having worked in the substance abuse and mental health fields for 25 years. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC), & and Internationally Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (ICAADC). Steve specializes in working with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. Most recently, he has been providing assessments for the Tulsa County Court system and training and supervision to counselors through the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS).
Jane joined CommunityCare EAP in 2013. Jane has extensive experience working with clients in a variety of settings including EAP programs, Intensive Outpatient, private practice and community mental health where she has served as director, counselor and direct care provider. Jane holds a Master's degree in Community Counseling and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Her areas of expertise include anxiety disorders, depression, relationship issues, substance abuse, domestic violence and work related issues.
Sarajane joined the EAP in 2014. She has worked with children and adolescents in acute and residential settings; she is trained as a parenting coordinator; worked as a clinician and family life educator with couples in pre- and post- divorce situations. Sarajane holds a Master’s degree in Human Relations and is a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Renee joined Community Care EAP in 2017. She has experience working with clients in a variety of settings including outpatient medical clinics, inpatient oncology hospitals, and private practice. Renee holds a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Her areas of expertise include adjustment to chronic medical conditions, end-of-life issues, grief and loss, anxiety disorders, divorce recovery, substance abuse, and relationship issues.
Kim joined CommunityCare EAP in 2017. Kim has extensive experience working with clients in a variety of settings including EAP programs, Intensive Outpatient, private practice and community/private mental health where she has served as an administrator, counselor and direct care provider. Kim holds a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology and is both a Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor. Her areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, relationship issues, parenting, domestic violence and work related issues.
Scott joined the Employee Assistance Program in 2007 and has 16 years of experience in the field of marketing. Scott serves as the direct contact for an EAP price quote. His primary responsibilities include all of the marketing coordination and EAP company account services, financial auditing and contract management. Scott's main objective is to ensure the highest quality of customer service.
Amy joined the EAP staff in 2010. She has a B.S. in English and has over a decade of administrative experience. She is responsible for data collection, internal/external reporting, and billing; coordinating EAP Affiliate Provider contracts and maintaining records of licensure and insurance; producing the EAP quarterly newsletter; coordinating CommunityCare monthly in-house training classes. She also is the assistant to the BHS Senior Manager, provides back-up support for the front desk, and administrative support for the EAP staff.
Lela came to CommunityCare in 2008 and joined the EAP team in 2015, and works in conjunction with the Configuration, Behavioral Health and Corporate Planning departments. Lela has a B.S. in Psychology and over 15 years of administrative experience. She provides backup for the EAP Front Desk. In addition, this position is responsible for converting client, provider, and customer files into electronic format and storing them in the EAP software.
Chasity joined our staff in 2015. Chasity has brought to our team a level of experience and professionalism vital in her contact with EAP companies and their employees. She is the first contact when someone calls the EAP and when someone comes to an appointment.