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Fostering Healing for Oklahoma Families

Our meaning is derived from our calling - to provide therapeutic intervention into the lives of those who are seeking assistance. Our name comes from a popular tongue - in - cheek colloquialism that we ascribe to, namely do no harm and take no, well, you get the idea. Additionally is the idea that we want to be the least restrictive yet most supportive care that you can receive - we will strive to be a part of your team and support you and your family to healthy living. 

Our logo is inspired by the succulent plant - a symbol of strength, reminding us to look up towards growth and healing, and also the triangle - a subtle reference not only the three practitioners forming the partnership making their dream a reality but also a nod do the fundamental therapeutic belief found that there is an intrinsic correlation and connection between an individual's feelings, thoughts, and subsequent choices. The succulent represents resilience and strength, the characteristics we hope to enhance in our clients and their families through the healing process.

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Jennifer Jackson


Completing her MS from NSU in 2010, Jennifer Jackson has been active in the mental health field providing support and guidance to children and their families. She has experience promoting healing from trauma and other adverse childhood experiences in community mental health settings and residential programs. Adept in working with struggles of all types, Jennifer Jackson is especially driven to work with children and adolescents - and through extension, their caregivers and parents, struggling with PTSD and other trauma-exposure related struggles, grief and loss, and anxiety.

Jennifer completed Making Sense of Your Worth® practitioner training in August 2019, with the Halo Project. 

Ashley Kelley


In addition to her Masters of Social Work earned in 2013 from the University of Oklahoma, she also holds BS degrees in Psychology and Biochemistry from Oral Roberts University. Her professional experiences began working in community mental health in a local child and adolescent therapy clinic, and from there she helped develop a thriving school-based office in a local elementary school. Building on these experiences she also has extensive experience working with adolescent girls struggling with the effects of trauma - specifically PTSD, Depression and other major mood disturbances, self harmful behaviors, suicidal ideations, and gender identity related struggles.

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Caitlin Rhoades-Zagorski


Having received her BS degree in psychology from West Virginia University, her professional experience began working with Do No Harm as a start up. During her time she gained experience working with children and adolescence with a wide range of needs including gender identity related struggles, self harmful behaviors, suicide ideation, those who struggle with the effects of trauma, and major mood disturbances. She then went on to continue her education at the University of South Carolina where she is currently apart of the social work program, and set to receive her masters degree with a focus in children, youth, and family.

“They [parents] don’t object to their children’s displays of anger, sadness, or fear. Nor do they ignore them. Instead, they accept negative emotions as a fact of life and they use emotional moments as opportunities for teaching their kids important life lessons and building closer relationships with them.” 
― John M. GottmanRaising An Emotionally Intelligent Child

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