Our Elite Team
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Shea graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma with a Master's Degree in Education where she specialized in Learning Disabilities. She then graduated from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center where she obtained her Master's Degree in Speech-Language Pathology.
Shea has worked with patients with multiple challenges for 20 years including developmental disabilities, sensory issues, dysphagia, reading/writing issues, apraxia, and autism. Her favorite part of being a speech-language pathologist is hearing that one of her patients "had a real conversation" with someone in the family.
The most important men in her life are her 3 boys Ethan, Zac, and Sam, and her husband, Bill. Shea loves the mountains, spending time with her family, and cooking.
Delana has been with Elite since our clinic stood up in the summer of 2017. She has over 15+ years of Healthcare Administration experience spanning from the inpatient hospital setting to private practice clinics. Delana will graduate this fall with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Healthcare. She has expertise in the field of health insurance navigation and billing requirements. She loves being able to guide families through the process of starting therapy and working with staff to provide the best experience at our clinic.
The most important people in Delana’s life are her family. Delana, her husband Seth, and their daughter, Mackenzie, are Oklahoma City natives. Delana is a strong parent and child advocate and has made that her life’s priority. She has worked with Oklahoma State Legislators to create bills to protect parental rights and children's rights. When Delana is not at work, she enjoys spending time with family and caring for her 6 pets at home.
Dr. Cynthia Boykin was a master's level special education teacher for twelve years prior to attending OSU to receive her doctorate in psychology. She completed her Doctoral internship in Nebraska where she worked with babies through geriatrics and a variety of disorders. Her Post-Doc Fellowship was completed over two years at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, including teaching at the medical school. She then accepted a position as the Senior Neuropsychologist in Wisconsin that saw children from all over the USA as well as from foreign countries. She has now returned to Oklahoma to be with her family. She provides evaluations, assessments, and diagnoses of both children and adults. Dr. B has experience with a variety of disorders such as traumatic brain injuries, neurological illnesses, learning disabilities, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, fetal alcohol syndrome, reactive attachment disorder, ADHD, autism spectrum, and much more.
Angela graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2006 with a master’s degree in Occupational Therapy specializing in early intervention. She has experience working with children with a wide range of developmental delays and sensory processing issues in schools, home and community settings, and pediatric clinics. Angela is especially passionate about helping children who have experienced trauma due to family separation and advocating for all families to be able to access the services their children need to experience their highest potential. Angela and her husband, Brad, have lived in Oklahoma since 2012. In her free time, Angela enjoys reading, yoga, and going on local adventures with her four children.
Christina “Tina” Torres graduated from The University of Central Oklahoma in 2017 with a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology. Tina has had the opportunity to professionally work with children with Developmental Delays, Down Syndrome, Autism, Apraxia, Language Disorders, Articulation/Phonological Disorders, Fluency Disorders, Medically Fragile Children, and Oral Motor/Feeding Disorders. She has received specialized training in LAMP Words for Life (AAC: augmentative alternative communication) and TBRI (Trust-Based Relational Intervention). She has a special interest in children with CAS (childhood apraxia of speech) as well as children who have experienced trauma. She enjoys working with children and their families to improve communication and quality of life. Tina holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence through the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA), where she is also a member, and holds an Oklahoma speech-language pathology license. She is excited to have joined the Elite team and welcomes the opportunity to work with your child!
Leslie Stevenson is a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant who enjoys enriching children's quality of life. Her passion is all about seeing patients do today what they thought they couldn't do yesterday in all areas of life. Leslie has experience working with children with autism, developmental delays, emotional regulation, and sensory processing disorder. Leslie graduated from Brown Mackie College in 2015, where she received her degree in Applied Science of Occupational Therapy. Leslie enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, working out, and experiencing lfie.
Dr. Goetz is a licensed clinical psychologist who provides individual therapy and evaluations. Dr. Goetz specializes in children and adolescents who may experience trauma, depression, anxiety, attention problems, defiance, aggression, and life problems. Before joining Elite, she worked for eight years in Moore, OK at a group private practice where she provided therapy and evaluations to children ages 3-17. She utilized trauma-focused, psychodynamic, and cognitive behavioral therapy techniques to help children and their families with depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, attention problems, adjustment, and defiance.
Dr. Goetz received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Alliant International University, California School of Professional Psychology in Fresno, California. She completed her pre-doctoral internship with Youth Consultation Services (YCS) Institute of Infant and Preschool Mental Health in East Orange, New Jersey. As part of the internship, she was the psychological intern at the YCS Therapeutic Nursery of Essex County. Dr. Goetz worked with a specific population including infants, toddlers, children, adolescents, and families who were victims of trauma, poverty, and difficult situations. Additionally, she provided treatment within outpatient, school, and urban settings. She also conducted dyadic therapy with first-time mothers and their infants. As a part of her rotation, Dr. Goetz co-facilitated a weekly parent-child group to foster attachment and attunement.
During her graduate clinical training experiences, Dr. Goetz earned her certification in Infant-Preschooler Mental Health. The certification meets the Knowledge Domains in the Birth to Five Standards for training in Infant and Preschooler Mental Health as defined by the California Infant-Family and Early childhood Mental Health Guidelines. As an Infant-Preschooler Mental Health Specialist, Dr. Goetz can support, evaluate, intervene early, and treat the mental health needs of young children and their families in many settings, including primary health care, early care, and education, foster care, and home-visiting services. While working with families, she collaborated with parents to increase the bond with the child and to reduce the child’s behavior and emotional challenges. Dr. Goetz also worked with individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, relational, adjustment difficulties, and psychosis. In addition, Dr. Goetz developed a specialty in assessment, working to identify in clients potential learning disabilities, ADHD, trauma, behavior and mood difficulties, and other mental health concerns. She is also working on becoming certified as a Complex Trauma Professional.
In her free time, Dr. Goetz loves to cook, try new restaurants, and spend time with her family and friends. Originally from California, she enjoys the ocean and Disneyland. Now living in Oklahoma, Dr. Goetz enjoys watching OU football with her family on the weekends.