YFS Counselors & Staff

​​​​​​​​Kristin Morrison, LCSW

Clinical Director

Kristin is a highly skilled counselor with a wealth of expertise in trauma, sexual abuse, depression, and suicide intervention. Her commitment to professional growth is exemplified by her completion of the University of Oklahoma's Problematic Sexual Behavior-Adolescent (PSB-A) Training, certification as a Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) National Therapist, and proficiency in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT).

                  YFS Office Staff​     

Accounting Director Claudette Martin
​​Receptionist - Anntwan Downing
Billing Clerk - Kimberly Bentley

Katie Wilson, BS

Executive Director

With a career spanning over seven years in the field of counseling, She has consistently championed the cause of providing a safe-haven for vulnerable youth while promoting mental health and emotional resilience. Katie has played an instrumental role in shaping the mission and strategic direction of the organization and ensuring YFS remains steadfast in its commitment to addressing the unique challenges young people face.

Lindsey Dillon BS, CMII, 

Serves as an Outreach Counselor

Lindsey is currently a Counseling Intern as she works towards completing her Master of Science in Addiction Counseling. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human and Family Sciences. Lindsey's journey in the mental health field began in 2015 when she assumed roles as a Certified Behavioral Health Case Manager II and a Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Specialist.

Mitzi Houser, MLS, MCMHC, BHCM II 

Mitzi has successfully earned her Master's degree and is in the process of fulfilling the prerequisites for supervision toward her LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) certification. Currently, she is enrolled in a program focused on obtaining certification in Problematic Sexual Behavior and specializes in providing support to children in this domain. Her career includes substantial experience in assisting families and children during crises, as well as helping victims of trauma. Notably, she holds a Master's in Indigenous Peoples Law from the University of Oklahoma and has received specialized education in the field of mental health, particularly in addressing trauma-related issues

Susan Cook LPC, LADC,

ADSAC facilitator & Clinical Supervisor

Susan is a dedicated counselor with training and hands-on experience in addressing trauma, co-occurring mental health, and substance abuse concerns. She's also adept at helping teenagers develop essential independent living skills. Susan's therapeutic toolbox includes strengths-based approaches like solution-focused and motivational interviewing. She is certified by the University of Oklahoma's Problematic Sexual Behavior-Adolescent (PSB-A) Training. She is currently on the cusp of completing the Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) National Therapist Certification Program, demonstrating her commitment to delivering the highest level of care and support to her clients.

Chelsea Crabtree BS, BHRS

Serves as an Outreach Counselor

Chelsea graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. She has eight years of experience in the mental health field and holds certifications as a Behavioral Case Manager II and a Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Specialist. Her specialized expertise includes trauma-informed care coordination, independent living skills, domestic violence intervention, homelessness prevention, effective interviewing and engagement techniques, addressing co-occurring mental health and substance abuse issues, social skills development, emotional regulation services, group therapy with young children, and comprehensive parenting education.

Kristina Edens, MA, LADC/ MH Candidate

Kristina has specialized training and practical experience in vital areas such as co-occurring mental health and substance abuse concerns, fostering independent living skills in teenagers, addressing developmental disabilities, promoting social skills development, and facilitating emotional regulation. She provides supervised visitation services and is a facilitator for Batterer's Intervention courses, highlighting her commitment to empowering individuals and promoting healthier relationships.

Liz Taylor-Dillon, BS

Serves as an Outreach Counselor

Liz facilitates the First Time Offender Program, is a Botvin Life Skills instructor, and an Anger Management facilitator. She has a wealth of experience in working with individuals with developmental disabilities, specializing in aiding teenagers and their guardians in cultivating healthy communication and redeveloping social skills. Liz is actively pursuing a master's degree as a LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor).

Michelle Gray, BA 

Serves as an outreach counselor

Michelle is a skilled facilitator with a unique blend of qualifications. She specializes in the First Time Offender Program, has training in Early Education and Art Therapy, and works with children and teenagers in group settings. Additionally, she excels as a Love and Logic and Parent Process parenting class facilitator and parenting education coordinator. Michelle is experienced in leading Botvin Life Skills groups for adults, teens, and youth within school systems and public agencies.