THE MEANING OF TIDEMARK

Tidemark Therapy was formed in October 2014 to better seve the Texoma comunity for all of their mental health needs. The very essence and definition of Tidemark means “the point that something or someone has reached, receded below, or risen above.” We believe that you can rise above your pain and/or circumstances to achieve the kind of life you would lie.

 

Caroline Mose, Nurse Practitioner, RN, MSN, APRN, PMHNP, -BC

I am a board-certified family psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner

working in collaboration with a board-certified M.D Psychiatrist.

I have been in nursing for approximately 7 years.

Graduated with Associate of Applied Science Nursing (AASN) from Weatherford College

Graduated with Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Texas Tech University College of Nursing

Graduated with Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) from University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing

Certification/Licensure

  • Certification with ANCC (American Nurses Credentialing Center since 2015)
  • Prescriptive Authority and DEA by Texas Board of Nursing for APRN

Client Focus

  • Late teens (18+)
  • Adults
  • Geriatrics

Specialties

  • Depression
  • Medication management
  • Other mood disorders

Issues

  • Depression
  • Bipolar
  • Anxiety
  • OCD
  • Panic disorder
  • PTSD
  • Cognitive disorder
  • Sleep problems
  • Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders
  • Substance abuse and Addiction

Brittainy Wagner

My passion is to help both couples and individuals. I understand your pain, and I understand that in seeking out a counselor it is quite possible you have not shared any of your pain with anyone else before. This can make opening up to a stranger, such as my self, difficult, but rest assured that I am patient, compassionate, and come from a place of non-judgment. I understand what it is like to not want to get out of bed in the morning because you are so depressed, or that you can’t function at work because you are too worried about all the other things and/or people in your life to be able to focus on work. I also know what it’s like, to have one foot out of the door with your relationship because you’re fighting all of the time with your partner, and you want the chaos to stop, but neither of you know how to get there. I know what struggling to just keep your head above water is like, and that is why I was called into this profession. I can help you see through the pain and turmoil, to overcome the obstacles that are hindering your life path. Once you overcome these obstacles, you will be able to live the type of life that YOU want to live. With that being said, the power to overcome what is troubling you lies in how much determination and motivation you possess. Much like the phoenix, you have the power to rise from the ashes and be transformed.

I have seven years in mental health experience, and have been providing counseling services for over three years to people in the Grayson, Cooke, Fannin, and Bryan County areas. I am trained in Emotion Focused Therapy for couples, and am pursuing certification. This therapy has 20 years of research supporting its effectiveness and has a 70-75 percent success rate for couples who have a variety of concerns, ranging from a loss of spark to infidelity to trauma.

I am a Texoma-raised counselor and my hometown is Sherman, TX. This means that I understand the unique needs of our community and am invested in making our community a happier and healthier place to live. I have also provided mental health services to people who were feeling like they were out of control, hopeless, sad, and didn’t know what to do next because they were just too overwhelmed.

I began my career by working for a local mental health community center that provided services to people who had some of the most severe diagnoses and disorders. Working at this center afforded me the unique opportunity to help people from many different walks of life, different cultural backgrounds, and who had many different struggles. My experience at the community center has also assisted me in fine-tuning my counseling skills so that I may assist people with issues or diagnoses that are often difficult to treat.

I am passionate about helping people who believe they have hit a roadblock in their life or in their relationship and are determined to regain a lifestyle that they enjoy. If this sounds like you, then please contact me. I offer free consultations.

I am currently accepting all forms of Medicaid, including Amerigroup, Cenpatico, Superior, Cigna Health-Spring, Traditional Medicaid, UnitedHealthcare/Optum, and Chip. I also accept many private insurances, including Optum/United Behavioral Health, Multiplan, UnitedHealthcare, Cigna Health Insurance, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, Aetna and TriCare Standard. I am also a part of several EAP programs.

Patrick Quinten

Patrick Quinten, NCC, LPC, LCDC has been with the Tidemark Therapy practice almost two years. Patrick has 10 years of experience as a mental health and substance use counselor, works with all age groups, and has 20 years total work experience in people-helping career fields. His areas of relevant counseling experience include diagnosis, working with people struggling with substance use disorders,  grief, trauma therapies, gender issues, women’s issues, mood disorders and  personality disorders (identification and treatment), and many other challenges. He is a graduate of the Texas A&M University-Commerce School of Counseling and Psychology where he earned his Master of Science degrees in Community Counseling (2011)  – this before completing post graduate work that ended in his garnering a Master of Education Degree in Student Services counseling (2013).  Patrick has most recently worked for six years in the area of public mental health and substance use services where he set up specialized programs developed to treat specific individuals,  opioid use (women,and Part of his duties in this role include clinical supervision of fellow counseling professionals and working elsewhere as a counselor in whatever capacity he was needed. He generally works individuals of all ages and life situations Yet, his primary therapeutic focus has been counciling with individuals to help them strengthen self-esteem, build coping skills, and stablishing a counseling relationship with his clients that positive produces  change in their lives. He likes to collaborate with his clients to establish definable and workable goals tailored towards the individual’s specific needs whatever they may be. Moreover, he prefers to use an integrated approach that is often more effective than sticking with just one type of therapy.

“An Integrated approach helps the client look and tackle his or her challenges from different theoretical  angles. For instance, someone struggling with alcohol use, grief, and anxiety might respond better to cognitive theory fpr their sadness and anxiety, but the same individual could  have a better outcome utilizing motivational and / or solution-focused,client-centered therapies to deal with alcohol struggles. Everyone’s different and they deserve an opportunity get help and utilize the approach(es) which are dynamic, results-based, and most applicable to their present  struggles.”

He wants the individuals he works with to feel safe and be able to open up in their sessions with him.

“I believe in the collaborative impact of the counseling relationship and that a strong counselor-client connection can lay the groundwork for clients to lead more satisfying lives. To me, effective therapy is fundamentally established when the helping relationship between client and counselor is solid. I really seek to help facilitate and advocate for the individuals I see and I want them to know that I really care about their struggles and want to help. I’m very aware that many people have unresolved trauma in their lives and need to have a supportive, interested, and motivating helper who provides them the space to help themselves and guides them through therapy based on their needs which often might change throughout the counseling process.”

Currently accepting all forms of Medicaid, including Amerigroup, Cenpatico, Superior, Cigna Health-Spring, Traditional Medicaid, UnitedHealthcare/Optum, and Chip. Also accepting many private insurances, including Optum/United Behavioral Health, Multiplan, UnitedHealthcare, Cigna Health Insurance, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, Aetna and TriCare Standard. He is also a part of several EAP programs.

Michael Kaprelian

Michael Kaprelian, M.Ed., LPC-S, NCC, was awarded the Master of Education degree in Counseling from the University of North Texas in 2004. He earned Licensure in Texas as a Professional Counselor in 2008, and became a Board Approved LPC Supervisor in 2010. He has extensive experience working with teens ages fifteen and older, as well as adults in both school and private settings. As a solution-focused therapist, his goal is to assist his clients discover and recognize thought and behavior patterns that may be preventing them from experiencing more fulfilling and meaningful lives. He strives to build culturally competent, judgement-free client/clinician relationships that foster better trust and progress.

Michael’s treatment specializations include:

  • Adjusting to Change
  • Anxiety
  • Academic and Career
  • Depression
  • Gender Issues
  • Grief and Loss
  • Individuals in Addiction Recovery
  • LGBTQ Issues
  • Minority Issues

Currently accepting all forms of Medicaid, including Amerigroup, Cenpatico, Superior, Cigna Health-Spring, Traditional Medicaid, UnitedHealthcare/Optum, and Chip. Also accepting many private insurances, including Optum/United Behavioral Health, Multiplan, UnitedHealthcare, Cigna Health Insurance, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas. He is also a part of several EAP programs.

Kemi Adepoju

Kemi has recently joined Tidemark Therapy as an online therapist. She has extensive experience in working with Trauma/PTSD and is EMDR trained. She has also been trained in CBT and DBT therapies. She enjoys helping folks who have substance abuse history, anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD, and family related issues and works with individuals 12 years old and up. She has a history of working in private practice and community based agencies. She has evening hours available.

She is currently on Blue Cross Blue shield, United Health Care, Tricare, and she is in the process of getting on other insurances.

 

 

 


Jeraldine “Dean” has joined the Tidemark Therapy team as an intake coordinator. She helps schedule appointments, helps with office paperwork, and helps answer questions that anyone may have.

Dean has an extensive history in working in the healthcare field. She has spent time working as a CNA and as an administrative assistant for a large healthcare company. She has a nack for helping people get connected with the help they want and getting connected with the right therapist that can best suit their needs. When she is not at the office she enjoys spending time with her grandkids and going to the beach. We are grateful to have Dean join our team.

“Tidemark Therapy has many skilled and innovative therapists with a comprehensive knowledge of the profession. I highly recommend them for anyone seeking psychological services in our area.”
-Brent Phillips-Broadrick, LPC-S