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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

Lighthouse Testing,   in Dallas
“Lighthouse Psychological and Educational Testing uses well-known and proven assessments for ADHD, education, intelligence, cognitive, personality, and many other areas. Testing and assessment can provide important diagnostic data for greater efficiency, productivity, success, and overall well-being. At Lighthouse Testing we will work with you and your current therapist or counselor or recommend appropriate next steps. You may also work with Dr. Katherine Pang, PhD, ThM, LLM, a provisionally licensed psychologist working under the supervision of Dr. Michael Leach, PhD if you should decide you want to pursue a therapeutic relationship after receiving your report from your testing services.
(469) 789-1253
Dallas, Texas 75219
Philip Young, Counselor  in Dallas
“Your life is a journey on a path. If you are here you are seeking change. Do you experience confusion or unhappiness in your job or career? Do you have goals that you would like to achieve in order to fulfill your dream? Are you suffering from the loss of a loved one or having difficulty in your relationships? I am a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and Certified Professional Coach with over thirty years of experience working with a diverse clientele. I work from a solution-focused, time limited approach to make someone's path more ideal for them.
(469) 275-4684
Dallas, Texas 75231
Antonio Roman, Psychiatrist  in Dallas
“Dr. Antonio Roman an Adult and Geriatric Psychiatrist has served the Dallas, Texas community since 1998. Dr. Roman's scope of practice includes Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Adult Attention Deficit Disorder, Alzheimer's Disease and Psychiatric Complications of Dementia. Dr. Roman's treatment modality includes psychotropic medication and supportive psychotherapy. Dr. Roman's therapeutic style combines compassion, encouragement and humor.
(469) 530-3938
Dallas, Texas 75206
“Dr. Ware, licensed psychologist, (www.deannware.com) works collaboratively with clients to successfully treat depression, anxiety, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), stress, PTSD/trauma, relationship problems, work problems, self esteem issues, shyness, divorce, attention deficit disorder (ADD/ADHD), infertility, and recovery from a difficult childhood. You may schedule an initial consultation at no charge. During the initial consultation, Dr. Ware will help you define your treatment goals and evaluate whether she is the best psychologist to provide the services you need. You will also discuss the type of therapy, or treatment modality, that will best work for you.
(214) 256-9273
Dallas, Texas 75230
Amera Sergie, Counselor  in Dallas
“I believe that my role is to help you harness your inner knowledge and strength so that you can be the best version of yourself possible. Since my goal is to create an individualized counseling experience, I take an eclectic approach, drawing from different schools of thought when working with my clients. Some of my areas of expertise include: anxiety, depression, play therapy, trauma, domestic abuse, communication skills building, acculturation issues, anger management, parenting, stress management, personal growth, and self-esteem building.
(214) 717-5790
Dallas, Texas 75208
Michael Salas, Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC-S, LCDC, CSAT
“If you're looking for a gay therapist in Dallas who personally understands the confusion, frustration, and difficulties that can come with being gay or lesbian, look no further. Whether it be problems in your relationship, a lack of acceptance from your family, or confusion about who you are, I can help. Together we will find ways to work on your relationship, help improve your self-esteem, and feel better about yourself and life in general. Call me today to see how I can help you feel how you want to feel.
(214) 390-9550
Dallas, Texas 75219
Mamoona Hassan, Counselor  in Dallas
“If you are feeling stressed, anxiety, panic attacks, feeling stuck in a relationship thats going no where, want to learn to communicate better, struggling to find motivation, feeling a sense of hopelessness, problems with outburst and aggression, poor self-esteem, trust issues, dealing with sexual abuse, domestic violence, bullying, problems at school, social anxiety, behavioral issues, problems with parenting, problem with dealing and communication with parents.......
(972) 992-5713
Dallas, Texas 75252
Michael Salas, Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC-S, LCDC, CSAT, CMAT
“If anonymous sex, infidelity, compulsive pornography use, or other sexual behaviors are creating problems for you or your relationship, I can help. I know that the idea of discussing problems relating to sexual behavior can be intimidating. I will help you assess the issues that you're dealing with, so that you can rebuild your life and relationships. My gentle, yet firm approach will help you open a door to recovery that you've never before thought possible. Call or e-mail me now to regain control of your life and your relationships.
(214) 390-9330
Dallas, Texas 75219
Chris Jones, Counselor  in Dallas
“I work with teenagers who have survived abuse, feel anxious or depressed, have ADHD or are struggling to adjust to a life-changing event such as change in schools or parents' divorce. I can help with the extremely moody teenager to include possible drug use. Bring in the adolescent who is violent, truant, oppositional, self-injures or threatens suicide.
(214) 506-0419
Dallas, Texas 75201
“I work with adolescents and adults in individual, family and couple modalities. I am a consultant to multiple high schools in the area. I utilize a problem-solving, individually-based approach that incorporates multiple treatment interventions to maximize the best possible outcome.
(214) 427-1448
Dallas, Texas 75243
Patrick Hentsch-Cowles, Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LPC-Int, NCC, CSAT-Ca
“My mission is to serve as a guide and facilitator towards an empowered, spiritually connected, and self-directed life. Individuals who are discouraged by, and feel powerless over their impulsivity and compulsions, battle against their own behaviors, emotions, and thoughts, and who have lost their connection with living in joy, are those I feel compassionately called to serve.
(469) 513-8775 x103
Dallas, Texas 75254
“I start with wherever the client is. This means that we move as quickly or as slowly in therapy as you feel comfortable, and is appropriate. I emphasize a comfortable, safe, secure environment for the counseling session. My down-to-earth approach provides clients with the professional counseling relationship they need to work through their stresses and problem situations, but without the uncomfortable feeling of working with a "stuffy" therapist.
(214) 666-8634
Dallas, Texas 75254
Amy S. Gragert, Counselor  in Dallas
“My ideal client is one primarily motivated for change. I'm not an "ah huh, mmmm, I see" therapist. I am very active in sessions so my client wants honest, direct feedback and education on issues and new skills for more success. I am also patient, seasoned and aware that fear and habits make change hard, so I offer significant support and positive encouragement. My therapy involves Cognitive/Behavioral techniques meaning: understanding you "head chatter" and skills to decrease or make more positive (often driven by anxiety), and changing or creating "actions" that increase positive results and confidence.
(214) 390-9646
Dallas, Texas 75204
Tedi Koehn, Psy.D., LPC, Counselor  in Dallas
“Feel like you worry all the time? Sleepless nights? Irritability? Sadness? Fighting with the ones you love? Drinking too much? The past 15 years, I have helped people master anxiety, mood swings, relationship challenges, and parenting struggles. I have also helped young children, age 10 and up, overcome stomach aches, isolating, feeling left out, and cutting themselves due to low self esteem, trouble at school with peers, and family relationships. Coming to counseling can help you feel better. We can figure out why you feel so unhappy, or anxious, and then we can work together to help reduce those uncomfortable feelings.
(214) 513-3107
Dallas, Texas 75230
Toni Hassed, Counselor  in Dallas
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, who believes strongly that people have the capacity to heal from the inside out. I consider the counseling profession as a vocation that requires a responsible therapist to compassionately walk together with a client on the journey from pain to healing. I believe that HOPE is the greatest gift a therapist can give their clients, who are experiencing the emotional pain of life's circumstances. Creating a better life takes courage, awareness and insight.
(972) 905-4331
Dallas, Texas 75287
Jack Hudson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“My practice is intended to be relatively small in order to focus more attention on each patient. My approach is client centered, and includes traditional Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Therapy, and Mindfulness Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I also utilize a non-judgemental approach to addiction treatment. I assist the client in identifying and understanding the emotional issues that underly their addiciton. I also use Mindfulness Meditation as an intergal coping skill to deal with addictive urges. I believe that lasting change requires a non-judgemental environment;one that validates the client, encourages change, and challenges the client to expand his/her emotional and spiritual growth.
(214) 838-7079
Dallas, Texas 75206
Stephanie Adams, Counselor  in Dallas
“Is your teen throwing up before school? Unable to go to sleep? Having panic attacks? I specialize in helping people (especially teens) reduce the impact of stress and anxiety, and work to help survivors of sexual assault and other traumas reclaim their life. My clients are intelligent individuals who have bright futures but are hampered by their anxiety or past. I work with you to develop strategies to overcome the challenges that are weighing you down. We will create solutions you can use over and over so that you will always have access to the resource you need - yourself.
(979) 217-1397
Dallas, Texas 75230
Mignon Mulvey Jambon, Counselor  in Dallas
“I see counseling as a process in which you, the client, and I, the counselor, come to understand and trust one another, work as a team to explore and define present problem situations, develop future goals for an improved life and work in a systematic fashion toward realizing those goals.I will work as hard and fast as you do. I believe in motivational counseling and in the importance of a spiritual element for effective outcomes. I have studied multiple religions, meditation, yoga, etc. to best meet the needs of my clients. Everybody is different...your counseling experience will be tailored to fit you.
(985) 221-4203
Dallas, Texas 75215
Sandy M. Stillo, Counselor  in Dallas
“Have recent life changes overwhelmed you or your children? Are you finding yourself in similar situations time and again, feeling disappointed, unhappy, or frustrated? Are you grieving a loss or death? Maybe you just haven't been feeling like yourself lately. Life is full of challenges, setbacks, disappointments, and sometimes heartbreak. It's also full of happiness, joy, love, and contentment. If you or your child is struggling with life's ups and downs, seeking counseling is a demonstration of your strength and dedication to personal growth and emotional well being. Congratulations on taking that first step!
(214) 718-8341
Dallas, Texas 75206
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
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