Jack Norrell, MSW, LCSW
Jack received his Master of Social Work degree from the University of Oklahoma. His experience, training and education include a broad scope of clinical experience. Jack spent time in training and medical social work that included inpatient psychiatric treatment facilities, assistant clinical professor with the University of Oklahoma’s Southwest Oklahoma Family Practice Residency for over 10 years, extensive adoption home studies, and private practice. In addition, Jack served on the Oklahoma State Board of Licensed Social Workers and chaired the board for one year. Currently, he also serves on the Ethics Committee for the Comanche County Memorial Hospital and is one of the few allied mental health professionals that continues to maintain privileges at both Comanche County Memorial Hospital and Southwestern Medical Center.
His current practice includes an extensive focus on adolescent behavior and mental health concerns as well as trauma in both personal and military-related situations. He has been in private practice since 1999 and continues to accept new patients.
Jana B. Lynch, PhD
Jana received Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and a Doctorate in Psychology from Oklahoma State University. Additionally, she completed an APA approved clinical internship in Fort Steilacoom, Washington. Jana has been employed in Community Mental Health Centers, Child Guidance
Centers, and worked as an inpatient psychologist at a Geriatric Center. Having been in private practice as a licensed psychologist since 1990, she has treated a wide variety of therapeutic issues. Her basic orientation is cognitive-behavior, but as a very flexible therapist, she easily adapts to different techniques as needed. Jana is trained in hypnosis and EMDR. Her philosophy is very positive, and she believes that with therapeutic assistance individuals
can improve coping strategies to live more productive and satisfying lives.
Darrell L. Lynch, PhD
Darrell received Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and a Doctorate in Psychology from Oklahoma State University. He completed an APA approved clinical internship in Fort Steilacoom, Washington. Darrell has been employed in Community Mental Health Centers, Substance Abuse Facilities, worked as an inpatient psychologist, and is trained in hypnosis and EMDR. He has been in private practice since 1991, treating a variety of therapeutic issues.