We are Beautifully Diverse
We are a small family based company in the Tulsa area whom work primarily with diverse individuals. We take the time to get to know our clients and their needs as well as their cultural background. Our hearts are dedicated to helping and empowering others to do the best they can and to become whom they are meant to be.
Mi Khempeuh a dinging Counseling Center ka hi uh hi.
Minam khempeuh pan Naupang leh Khangno te lungsim leh mizia,
khan hoih a, a khanna dingun ka pantah uh hi.
Thangkhan (TK) Kham Gualnam MA LPC
"TK" is the Co-Founder, Clinical Director and Licensed Professional Counselor at Gilead Counseling Center. TK graduated from ORU in 2006 with 2 master’s degrees in Christian Counseling and Family and Marital Therapy. TK started Gilead Counseling Center with his wife, Kimberly in 2016. TK has done extensive training in autism spectrum and speaks several languages including Zopau. TK also works closely with Jenks and Glenpool School District to speak at parenting classes. TK is also an executive board member of NAMTA (North American Manipur Tribal Association). TK works with all age groups and also provides marriage counseling along with his wife.
Kimberly Hohensee-Gualnam MA LPC-S
Kimberly is the Co-Founder, CEO, Internship Director, and Licensed Professional Counselor at Gilead Counseling Center. She attended ORU and graduated in 2009 with 2 master’s degrees in Christian Counseling and Family and Marital Therapy. Kimberly is also a Counseling Supervisor for the State of Oklahoma, Member of the American Psychological Association, Internship Director, Board member of the Oral Roberts University School of Counseling, and an Executive Board member of NAMTA (North American Manipur Tribal Association). Kimberly works mainly with pre-teen, adolescents, and young adults. Kimberly, along with her husband also do pre-marital counseling. Kimberly is a part of the Substance Abuse Program Leadership team to help provide services that need it the most.
Pau K Kap MA LPC
Kap graduated from ORU with a Masters in counseling in May 2021. Kap started his journey as an intern for Gilead in 2020. Kap works mainly with elementary school and intermediate school children. Kap speaks Zopau, Burmese and English fluently. Kap is a part of the Substance Abuse Program Leadership in where he helps in the Tulsa Drug Court to help those who only speak Burmese.
Madison Sturgis MS LPC-Candidate
Madison just graduated with a Master of Science in Counseling. She started her journey with GCC in March of 2023. Madison works primarily with adults and children. Madison's passion is in helping others and teaching others about love and acceptance to other communities which include but not limited to LGBTQIA+.
LaBrenda Hutchinson Secretary
LaBrenda came to GCC before Thanksgiving of 2023. LaBrenda has a history of being great with paperwork and keeping everything in line. She also has a passion to help others and be a part of a team.
Tracy Wilde CMII
Tracy started her journey at GCC beginning this year, 2024. She has a passion to help those in diverse communities and is willing to go the extra mile to make sure they are well taken care of. Tracy has a heart for older 'senior' adults. She wants to be the smiling listening ear to those who have become forgotten in our community.
Shauna Herrera de Romero MA CMII
Shauna came to GCC in 2023, in where she had a heart to serve those from diverse backgrounds. Shauna also has a heart for substance abuse counseling and helping individuals regain control in their lives. She is on her journey to becoming an LPC. She is also working with the Substance Abuse Program Leadership, providing services to those who speak Spanish.
Substance Abuse Program Leadership
GCC has seen a need in the Tulsa Community to help those who have nowhere else to turn. Our passion is to help others to not just survive but to Thrive. Keep an eye out for how these amazing people will put this passion into a reality. All of these individuals are diverse, knows the culture that is being served, inclusive, and have been in the mental health profession for over 50 years total.
Above from left to right
Pau K Kap (Zopau/Burmese),
LaShauna Herrera de Romero (Spanish/English), Sheena Agyare (English/African American Culture)
Hailey Ferguson (English/Tulsa and well cultured-many including LGBTQIA+ and Autism)
Kimberly Hohensee-Gualnam (English/Zomi Culture-Zomi ka hi hi:)