Dale R. Doty, M.S.W., Ph.D.
Founder and Director of Clinical Training
Licensed Marital and Family Therapist (LMFT)
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
Clinical Member of Approved Supervisor of American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy (AAMFT)
Married with 5 children (grown) and 7 grandchildren
1975 Oral Roberts University B.S. Major: Social Work Minor: Psychology
1977 University of Kansas M.S.W. Major: Clinical and Psychiatric Social Work
1980 Menninger Foundation Post-Graduate Advanced 2-year Family Therapy Training Certificate Program
1981 Menninger Foundation Training in supervision, and supervision of supervision
1985 Oklahoma State University Ph.D. Family & Child Studies / Family Therapy
Areas of Professional Specialty
high conflict couples
treating depression and anxiety
sexual disorders and addiction
Education, training, and supervision of marital and family therapists.
1980 Licensed Clinical Social Worker OK #0023 Board Approved Supervisor
1991 Licensed Marital and Family Therapist OK #0066 Board Approved Supervisor
Past Chairman, Oklahoma Marital and Family Therapy Licensing Advisory Board (Term 2005 -2009)
President, Oklahoma Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
Past Representative, American Association For Marriage and Family Therapy Divisional Development Council
Clinical Fellow, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (Approved Supervisor) (AAMFT)
Member, National Organization of Forensic Social Work (NOFSW)
Member, Association of Family, Court and Community Professionals (AFCC)
1977 Certified Instructor and Training Associate, Couples Communication Program
1980 Approved Supervisor, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
1999 Families in Transition, Tulsa District Court Registered Mediator, and
Tulsa District Court Registered Parenting Coordinator and Child Custody Evaluator
Family night dinners with all our kids, spouses, and grandkids.
Electronic technology, pistol shooting and training others to shoot, travel, motorcycles, training a Belgian Malinois.
Reading about current events, theology, Christian apologetics, and crime novels.