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Welcome to the Dallas Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Dallas, Texas.

Therapists in Dallas

Kelly Martin  in Dallas
“* WEEKEND APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE*. "Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing there is a field. I'll meet you there."(Rumi). I consider it an honor and a privilege to walk alongside my clients in their journey of healing and discovery. My formal education and professional experience have prepared me to counsel individuals, couples, families and groups. I fit my clinical approach to each clients needs and goals. I have worked with many experiential techniques and enjoy bringing them into my groups and individual sessions. I enjoy helping my clients to find and build on their strengths.
(469) 267-6488
Dallas, Texas 75252
Erica R Crawford, Psychologist  in Dallas
“In my second career as Clinical Psychologist, I have five years of training and working with a variety of clients, with a focus on children, adolescents, young adults, elderly, and clients with severe diagnoses such as Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Agoraphobia, Neurodevelopmental Disorders, and Schizoaffective Disorder. I have a special place in my heart for working with children/adolescents and their parents, and have extensive training working with those with developmental disorders.
(972) 299-8680
Dallas, Texas 75248
Jennifer Hartman, Psychologist  in Dallas
“*I am not accepting new patients at this time.* Are you feeling unsure about how to handle new situations or resolve old problems? Feeling beaten down or overwhelmed by life? Do even small bumps in the road cause significant distress? I provide a safe, collaborative environment for you to talk through problems, get authentic feedback, and make positive changes. In our work together, you can expect personalized support in achieving wellness through attention to mind, body, spirit, and relationships. To address your unique needs, I tailor my work using research-supported treatments, including interpersonal therapy, mindfulness-based therapies, and EMDR.
(214) 531-3152
Dallas, Texas 75231
Elizabeth Newsom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you find that you have dissatisfaction with your life? Are your relationships strained? Is something wrong but you can't place what it is? Do you know what is wrong but just don't know how to fix it? If find that you identify with any of these questions, Realistic Expectations, PLLC, can help you.
(972) 325-5455
Dallas, Texas 75287
Shawna Lewis  in Dallas
“Do you need more than just a friend to talk to? Wondering if counseling may be the answer? Telling yourself you should be over it by now? Worrying that you'll always feel this way? I will listen to you, encourage you and focus on teaching you rational self-counseling skills. I want to learn what you want out of life and help you achieve your goals.
(972) 914-4899
Dallas, Texas 75248
Fred Theobald, Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, CCTP, CSAT-C
“Have you lost trust in your relationship because of a recent infidelity or affair? Are secrets and broken sexual boundaries destroying trust and commitment in your relationship? With my specialized training in sex addiction and relationships, I can help you both in this challenging time. I know it may seem impossible to overcome such difficult circumstances. However, with the right help, you can get your lives back on track. Your relationship doesn't have to end in anger, pain, defensiveness and shame. Call me today to get your relationship on the path to healing and recovery.
(469) 804-9898
Dallas, Texas 75219
Casey Matter, Counselor  in Dallas
“Specializing in teen, adult and relationship therapy, I provide therapeutic treatment for managing and overcoming anxiety, physical, sexual and emotional abuse, relationship issues, emotional eating and other compulsive behaviors. I approach counseling from a holistic perspective and believe issues are most successfully addressed when considered in the context of one's life as a whole. My highest priority is that clients feel safe and understood, and my goal is to help you gain insight into your own thoughts, feelings and behaviors so that you may experience healing and be empowered to make adaptive, satisfying choices in your life and relationships.
(214) 997-6788
Dallas, Texas 75231
Recovery Resources, Treatment Facility  in Dallas
“Recovery Resources primary goal is to help those seeking recovery and to take the stress out of seeking help. Recovery Resources has partnered up with some of the nations best alcohol and drug treatment centers in order to help individuals identify the most appropriate place for them to seek recovery. We offer confidential and professional service. You do not have to fight addiction alone, Recovery Resources is here to help. We can also help provide transportation in some cases. Its time to take your life back. Call now....
(850) 502-4286
Dallas, Texas 75205
Stacia' Alexander, Counselor  in Dallas
“The motto of Positive Influences is "Facing challenges today for blessings tomorrow." If you are experiencing challenges which are significant enough to warrant careful considerations, then perhaps I can help you make sense of the issues you have before you. My approach is very direct as I believe change only comes about with agitation (whether mild or strong). I have been in private practice for over ten years and appreciate the opportunities I have had to help people move towards a greater sense of peace in their lives. Perhaps I can be of help to you, as well.
(469) 665-8271
Dallas, Texas 75247
Laura Elpers, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, MS, LMFTA
“I enjoy helping children and families who are struggling with a range of psychological and emotional challenges. I work with children who encounter difficulties related to trouble at school, anxiety, grief, abuse, oppositional behaviors, sibling conflict, ADHD, and divorce. As a therapist whose passion is working with children, my therapeutic style is open and accepting, and varies slightly depending upon the age of the client. With younger children, my goal is to ensure they feel successful and understood. Through open dialogue, I help tweens and teens discover their basic sense of self and values that can often direct their behavior.
(469) 203-4816
Dallas, Texas 75231
Mary Anne Reed, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT-S
“Whatever their concerns or phase in life, I work from a collaborative model with my clients to help them discover the resources, capacities and wisdom they already possess. My approach is both practical and deeply challenging. I most enjoy sitting with people at times of life transitions where we meet at the cross sections of psychology, spirituality and creativity. What do you want to create in your life? What is your soul's purpose? What kind of relationships nurture you? What elements of your "unlived life" are calling to you?
(214) 427-1270
Dallas, Texas 75215
Beth Reeder Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Elizabeth Reeder Johnson, MSW, LCSW is a licensed Psychiatric Social Worker and Individual & Family Therapist with over 10 years of experience working adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Mindfulness, effective coping skills, positive replacement behaviors, and increased self-worth are fostered in individual sessions. Connection, safety, and validation are utilized to foster heathy conflict resolution, effective parenting techniques, improved problem solving, and increased communication skills in couples, family, and parenting sessions.
(469) 789-7426
Dallas, Texas 75230
Dallas CBT, Treatment Facility  in Dallas
“Dallas CBT specializes in brief, effective treatment for anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive (OCD) and related disorders, trauma (PTSD), and behavior problems in children. We offer cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and exposure-based techniques, which is a highly successful and scientifically-informed approach to treating these issues. Our treatment programs are individually-tailored, solution-focused, and involve approximately 12-16 sessions. These programs are designed specifically to treat the following disorders: social anxiety, illness/health anxiety (hypochondriasis), phobias, separation anxiety, generalized anxiety, panic disorder, performance/school anxiety, obsessive-compulsive (OCD), trichotillomania (hair pulling), post traumatic stress (PTSD), and oppositional defiant disorder in children.
(469) 336-2120
Dallas, Texas 75219
Abel Tomatis, Psychologist  in Dallas
“"PROGRESS, NOT PERFECTION." Three simple words with profound implications. People seek therapy for one fundamental reason: Something in their life is not working, and they want to find a solution, an answer, to make things right again. In other words, people come to counseling to change what is no longer effective. "WITH EACH STEP, I AM GETTING STRONGER." This is my guiding philosophy, personally and professionally. I firmly believe that with enough time, support and guidance, everyone is capable of creating the change, the progress they want in their life.
(469) 629-7283
Dallas, Texas 75252
Transformation Counseling-Sherry Flewellen-Ervin, Counselor  in Dallas
“I believe you already have what you need, and I am only an instrument to assist in the facilitation of the healing process. I believe the counseling relationship is one of collaboration, and if you want to get better you must be willing to do the work. I have 15+ years working with individuals and families struggling with substance abuse, depression and anxiety.
(214) 646-3880
Dallas, Texas 75224
Brooks Lamar Camp, Counselor  in Dallas
“I have 26+ years of clinical experience guiding individuals and couples through life's harsh realities in a safe, caring and warm environment. Your personal comfort while working through pain, grief, sadness and the like is of utmost importance to me. VIEW MY WEBSITE AT: BROOKSLCAMP.COM.
(214) 519-8955
Dallas, Texas 75240
Cece Dorough, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Our state of mind can propel us or limit us. I offer safe harbor and guidance so that my clients can work through self-imposed limitations and emotional pain to find their freedom. I empower my clients to achieve serenity by rewriting their internal scripts, reframing how they interpret life around them and changing their behaviors. I provide a framework for helping my clients to deal with problems in a constructive way so that they can get on with the business of realizing their personal objectives. I want to help you break through emotional barriers and limiting beliefs that are holding you back.
(301) 355-2163
Dallas, Texas 75218
“With my experience as clinician and teacher at the internationally-recognized Menninger Clinic and training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, I have special expertise in working with adults who are struggling to change paralyzing, painful or self-defeating patterns of experience, including depression, anxiety, relationship or work problems, low self-esteem and failure to achieve potential. My approach is based on a nonjudgmental and respectful manner and strong focus on establishing trust and feelings of safety within the treatment as we work toward your goals together. Many of my patients are on no medication and have improved their life experience in a lasting way through psychotherapy.
(469) 425-2429
Dallas, Texas 75230
Kimberlee Tucker, Counselor  in Dallas
“I'm an expert in LISTENING with a specialty in HOPE. I treat anxiety, trauma, rape, abuse, depression, and grief counseling for adolescents and adults. I'm here to listen and guide you in the direction to find your courage and overcome the challenges you are facing in life. I'm here to help you discover your personal power to change by building on your strengths and teaching you new tools to get "unstuck".
(214) 519-8846
Dallas, Texas 75248
Marci Stiles, Counselor  in Dallas
“I would love to help you make your personal life and relationships- better than they have ever been. I am one of the few blessed people who absolutely LOVES my career- and it shows in my dedication and my creativeness with my clients. If you suffer from anxiety or depression I can help you to manage or overcome the anxiety or depression. Let me help you- live a more positive, productive and healthy life. Depression and Anxiety do not need to ruin your life - let me help you to live the best life that you can! Give me a call today!
(214) 919-5874
Dallas, Texas 75248
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