Associates in Psychotherapy and Religion, Inc.

Michael D. Potts, D. Min.
Associates in Psychotherapy and Religion, Inc.
2500 Broadway Centre, Suite 300
Edmond, OK 73013
(405) 340-5113

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Michael D. Potts, D. Min.
  • Fellow American Association of Pastoral Counselors
  • Licensed Professional Counselor
  • Licensed Marital & Family Counselor
  • Clinical Member American Association of Marital & Family Therapists


Shepherds Crook

As for me, I will always have hope...
Psalm 71:14


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Michael D. (Mickey) Potts, D. Min., LPC, LMFT, is a 30 year veteran in pastoral care, counseling and consultation. In 1995, Dr. Potts co-founded the Associates in Psychotherapy & Religion, Inc. for the purpose of helping individuals, couples and families find a healthy balance in their lives by utilizing the resources from the Behavioral Sciences and traditional religious disciplines.

Dr. Potts is a licensed professional counselor, a licensed marriage and family therapist and a nationally certified pastoral counselor with a doctor of ministry degree in pastoral counseling from the Graduate Theological Foundation at Notre Dame. He received both his master of divinity and master of theology degrees from Duke Divinity School.

He has served in various professional capacities including his own practice of pastoral psychotherapy in Edmond, director of the Transitions Pastoral Center of Willow View, supervisor of clinical pastoral education and director of pastoral care at St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City, and clinical chaplain at a treatment center for juvenile offenders in Topeka, Kansas.

He has completed more than seven years of clinical training in pastoral care, counseling and consultation. He is a Clinical Fellow of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, a Clinical Member of Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, a Clinical Member of American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and is a charter member of the American Association of Christian Counselors.

Dr. Potts has received recognition as a Graduate Fellow of the Graduate Theological Foundation, Who's Who in Human Services, and the Distinguished Service Award from the Oklahoma United Methodist Disaster Response Committee, and Volunteer of the Year Award from the Oklahoma County chapter of the American Red Cross.

He continues to be involved in seminars and workshops for helping professionals, members of the clergy, their families and religious organizations, dealing with the blending of psychotherapy and spirituality.



  • "The Extended Unit: A Viable Alternative to the Basic CPE Quarter".
    The Journal of Supervision and Training in Ministry
    : spring, 1981.
  • "Professional Pastoral Counseling in the United Methodist Mode",
    Quarterly Review: winter, 2005
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