Cornerstone Counseling Services, LLC
4 SE. Ave. A
Idabel, OK 74745
Bruce Deerinwater, LPC, Clinical Director
Jessica Mathews, LPC
Jessica graduated from Southeastern Oklahoma State University with her Master's Degree in Behavioral Sciences in 2009. She enjoys working with the community and is dedicated to helping others. She is a mother to two boys and she enjoys spending time with her family. Jessica has been with Cornerstone Counseling since its beginning in 2012.
Stuart Schuhmann, LCSW
Stuart Schuhmann graduated from Texas A&M-Commerce and began practicing in 2011. Stuart works in the Northeastern Texas and Southeastern Oklahoma region. He currently holds a Clinical Social Work license (LCSW) on both Texas and Oklahoma. He has completed the Batter's Intervention Program in Oklahoma. Stuart has also been trained by EMDRIA to address trauma related issues like PTSD. He assists clients struggling with issues involving anxiety, depression, mood/personality disorders, trauma and PTSD. He accepts clients of all ages and works with individuals, couples and groups. Stuart's philosophy is based on unconditional positive regard and meeting the client where they are. His career in the business world helps him better understand the stresses and struggles related to dealing with daily issues. He has an easy-going style with a passion with helping his clients work towards a purpose driven life.
Catherine Bruce, M.Ed., LPC Candidate
Catherine is a LPC Candidate with a Master of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She has worked for Cornerstone Counseling since it was founded in 2012. She has earned her Master of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Catherine has served many roles, such as, Case Management, Rehab, and group work with individuals and families. During her practicum, she has worked with children, youth, adults, and families. Catherine advocates on behalf of her clients and families in support of keeping families together and will advocate for her clients. Outside of work, Catherine enjoys reading, spending time outdoors and relaxing with friends and family.
Kelli Nowlin, LPC
Donna Moore, LPC, RPT
Donna graduated with a Master of Arts in counseling in 2013 from Oral Roberts University. She became an LPC in 2015, a Registered Play Therapist in 2016, and a Sandtray therapy specialist in 2017. She works with a variety of mental health issues involving individuals, families, and couples. She has a special love for play therapy with young children, group therapy, and is also compassionate about victims of childhood sexual abuse and the variety of dysfunctional behavior patterns that occur as a result of such experiences. When not working she loves spending time with family and friends, and is an avid lover of nature.
Lisa Meredith, LPC, LADC
Lisa received her bachelor's degree in psychology and sociology from SOSU in Durant, OK in 1993 followed by a Master's in Behavioral Studies in Counseling Psychology in 1995. She received her LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) in 1997 and her LADC (Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor) in 2005. She is currently an approved supervisor for both licenses. She has been employed since October, 2011 for the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Wind Horse Family Counseling Center as the Program Director in Idabel, OK. She has a combined total of over 26 years of experience with 23 of those years being master level work, 22 as an LPC and 16 years as an LADC.
Mindy Fancher, MSW U/S
Mindy completed her Master of Social Work at Texas A&M Commerce in 2016. Typically, she works with children, as well as, adults and families. Mindy sees clients for a multitude of issues including those struggling with anxiety, depression, and behavioral issues.
Tammie Gilbert BHCM II
Tammie has been a Rehabilitation Specialist and Case Manager for Cornerstone since it was founded in 2012. She has a degree in Elementary Education from Southeastern Oklahoma State University. She works with schools, families and adults.
Kayla Mitchell, BHCM II
Morgan Bruce, BHCM II
Teya LeForce BHCM I
Susan Terry-Ball, Administrative Assistant
Susan is a 1989 graduate from Sulphur Springs High School. Substance disorder and mental illness are her passions. She strives to be a positive role model while inspiring hope in those served. She is currently working toward becoming a Peer Recover Support Specialist.