Tinnitus Together


Find community and connection with people who "get" what it's like to struggle with chronic tinnitus.


Share your wisdom and experience with others and offer insight for managing chronic tinnitus.


Feel more equipped to face the challenges of living with chronic tinnitus.

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Sessions are held every 1st and 3rd Monday from 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM. Additional information available after signup. Free childcare available upon request. Pizza will be offered at every meeting for $1/slice.

Sessions led by Caleb Scoville MS, LPC

Caleb Scoville is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who has been in the professional counseling field since 2012. Caleb manages his own personal practice and co-owns Transforming Life Counseling Center located in Edmond with his wife, Victoria Scoville. Caleb has experience guiding and supporting a team of highly qualified mental health therapists as well as direct experience working with children, adults, families, and groups with many diverse issues including Attention Deficit, Oppositional Defiance, Depression, and anxiety disorders. In addition to his extensive experience, Caleb holds expertise in working with individuals and families impacted by grief and health concerns such as cancer, brain tumors, etc.

Caleb has spent his professional life working with individuals and families in multiple capacities impacted by health concerns and grief. Caleb began his journey of giving back to this community by volunteering at camps across the United States for children with life-threatening illnesses. Caleb continued his work with this population in Oklahoma where he has devoted his knowledge and expertise to brain tumor and grief-centered organizations, cancer survivors, and their families. Caleb’s Psycho-oncology work includes counseling survivors and their families one-on-one, family and group clinical interventions, advocating for survivors and their families, leading large and small support and discussion groups, facilitating grief groups and other grief work, as well as leading divorce group seminars. Caleb also holds experience in working closely with professionals within the medical community.

Caleb is known for his unique understanding and knowledge of the cancer and grief experience. Caleb is a 3-time brain tumor survivor whose personal journey supports his professional work with individuals and families in unparalleled ways. Caleb's first experiences with hearing loss and tinnitus began at 9 years old after receiving his first rounds of chemotherapy. Caleb has spoken at adult and childhood cancer survivor conferences and was selected by the Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation (NYC) to edit material focused on guiding parents and children through a cancer diagnosis.

Caleb’s personal and professional journey has led him to serve individuals and families impacted by health concerns and grief throughout his professional career. He has a unique approach to supporting a variety of populations and a heart for restoring emotional and relational healing in individuals and families.