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Therapists in Tarrant County

Susan Martinez, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Colleyville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT-S
“At times, most of us need someone who listens-really listens, understands, and can provide guidance to help us. I offer individual and family therapy. Therapy is provided in a private, safe, calm, nonjudgmental atmosphere for issues such as anxiety, depression, parenting, stress, relationship issues, and more.
(817) 823-7311
Afshin Virani, Psychiatric Nurse  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MSN, APRN, PMHNP, BC
“HELP! Sometimes this is the most difficult thing to ask for. At Highland Behavioral Health, I encourage my clients to relax and to speak whatever is on their mind. I believe in acceptance and making a commitment to my client's happiness, health, and growth. I listen, genuinely care, and am proud to provide quality, compassionate, and culturally sensitive care.
(817) 695-5055
Arlington, Texas 76018
Abba Christian Counseling, PLLC, Counselor  in Southlake
“Hello, my name is Tammy and I appreciate your visiting my profile. In life there are spiritual, physical, emotional and mental obstacles that test and challenge us. I integrate biblical principles during sessions and provide a comfortable, non-judgmental, peaceful place to grow and heal. I am certified in Critical Incident Stress Debriefing and have over 4 years experience in treating anxiety and depression. I am hear to listen and guide you toward resolution and confidence as together we move toward a stronger "you". The right match between counselor and client is very important. Please call for a free phone consultation.
(817) 756-9049
Southlake, Texas 76092
Geoff Weckel, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“My area of interest in counseling include anxiety and addictions. My training and approach to counseling works well with those who struggle with a variety of psychological and interpersonal problems and would benefit from a plan that includes family support.
(682) 472-4925
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Leeanne Casper, Counselor  in Southlake
“Meeting people where they are in life's journey and helping them reach their goals for a happier and healthier life is the main reason I decided to become a therapist. It is a privilege to be allowed to walk that journey with someone who is hurting or in need. As a therapist with New Solutions, I treat a variety of needs ranging from anxiety, mood disorders, marital/relational issues, trauma, adolescent issues, self-image, pre-marital counseling, and many others. I have experience as a therapist for 6 years and have had the joy of seeing many people reach their personal goals.
(682) 730-9598
Southlake, Texas 76092
Laurie House, Counselor  in Southlake
“I believe that my effectiveness can be greatly attributed to an empathic way of seeking to understand and working together with individuals to find solutions that promote growth, healing and change. I have worked extensively with families, individuals and children/adolescents. Areas of emphasis in my practice are relationships, anxiety/stress, depression/anger, adjustments/life transitions and parenting. My background is diverse and I have also assisted others in social services, educational settings, hospice care and in the corporate/business world. In addition to counseling, my experience includes providing consultations and evaluations as well as professional presentations and training.
(817) 690-2005
Southlake, Texas 76092
Deborah Ferguson-Cain, Counselor  in Arlington
“Asking for help can be tough. Most people are taught at a young age to be independent, strong and self-sufficient. Yet there are times when life can be overwhelming. Events or life situations may leave you feeling confused, troubled, depressed and unsure of how to make things better. It might be your intimate relationships, family, work, school or many other challenges. I use an emotional focused approach to help couples gain strength and restore intimacy in their relationships. I also use a cognitive behavioral approach to therapy that is highly effective in helping individuals with grief and loss, anger, depression, trauma and addictions.
(817) 601-7878
Arlington, Texas 76013
Cathy L. McGinnis, LCSW & Associates, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
“I enjoy working with children, adolescents and adults who are dealing with life issues that result in depression, anger, and an inability to function in their daily lives. I also enjoy working with couples and families. I believe that families function as a system and when one family member is out of sync, the entire family is disrupted. In my practice, I see children as young as 3 years of age. Play is the "language of the child" and Play Therapy allows children to work through their issues in a non-threatening environment.
(817) 756-9196
Arlington, Texas 76016
Bryant L Guidry, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“Counseling is recommended for those that may be currently experiencing some type of unwanted or unmanageable emotional or “thinking” difficulty that requires the assistance of a trained mental health professional. Seeking counseling should never carry a negative stigma or feelings of shame. Counseling is a therapeutic process for individuals that may have diagnosed or undiagnosed mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, or difficulty in building and maintaining heathy relationships. Coaching is recommended for those that are looking for less intensive guidance in assisting them to enhance their own personal performance.
(817) 339-6833
Fort Worth, Texas 76116
R Greg Wells, Counselor  in Colleyville
“Are you tired of fighting about sex, living more like roommates than lovers? Do you argue with your spouse more than you get along? Are past hurts getting in the way of present-tense happiness? When you meet with me, we will work together to create real and lasting change in your marriage. No, it won't be easy; but it will be worth it. And through it all, you will find hope, help, and healing in a caring, Christ-centered environment.
(817) 500-0400
Gregory Maxey, Counselor  in Arlington
“Are you feeling stressed, depressed, all alone, or misunderstood? Do you feel that noone understands what you are going through and life challenges continue to be a struggle? You are not alone. I have worked with client suffering from a varitey to challenges, stress, and mental health disorders. My goal is to help you gather a better understanding of your life challenges and develop a new meaning for your life. I have been in private practice and worked in many theraputic enviroments. The clients I have worked with ranged from young children to older adults.
(210) 529-7694
Arlington, Texas 76012
Amanda Malcom, LPC-Intern (JaimeCorona, LPC-S)  in Arlington
“When counseling clients, I like to take the time to get acquainted with my client beyond their presenting problem. No matter what the problem is, a client always has strengths that can be used as a foundation to build on. My passion is working with children, adolescents, and teens; thus utilizing my teaching background in the counseling setting to better explore the problems that today's youth struggle with, such as academic underachievement, low self-esteem, bullying, anxiety, and depression.
(817) 330-8151
Arlington, Texas 76011
Mid Cities Counseling Center, PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Colleyville
“It is never easy to reach out for help, but it is the first step to a journey towards peace and joyful living. I have a focus on starting where the client is and believe in working with my patients to maintain and improve their mental health and emotional well-being. We work together to create balance and peace during all stages of life. I have served clients throughout Central Texas for many years including combat trauma victims (PTSD) at the Department of Veterans Affairs and have established my current practice serving DFW and the Mid Cities.
(817) 756-7951
Leslie M Faris, Psychologist  in Fort Worth
“In everyone’s life there comes a time when struggles seem overwhelming. During times like these, it takes a strong person to ask for help. If you are reading this, chances are you are at that point, and I commend you for that inner strength that is looking for resolution. I’d like to help you find that resolution. As a licensed clinical psychologist, I have extensive training and experience in helping children, adolescents and adults with a variety of issues. I specialize in the treatment of anxiety and stress, depression and mood disorders, and health-related issues
(817) 500-5742
Fort Worth, Texas 76244
Maria Dowding,   in Arlington
“Personal and professional development coaching supports the desire to move forward with confidence and a strategic plan for success. If the issue is lack of direction, motivation, and clarity - the answer is defining how to get what you want. Working with a professional coach is based on getting your life moving in a way that empowers you. For an free initial assessment or to start today call for an appointment and find out more about the power of personal and professional development coaching.
(469) 518-2692
Arlington, Texas 76017
Andrea Johnson, Counselor  in Colleyville
“Andrea Johnson is real. A blend of warmth, depth, and no-nonsense, she puts it best when she explains that she gives honesty to get honesty. She never abandons the basic premise that people just need to be heard. With today's societal message that you have to be happy, the emotions of pain, hurt, sadness and disappointment have become taboo. Andrea's office is often the only space teens and adults have to dive into the truth of their situation.
(817) 438-0541 x4
Dr. Larry Watson, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
“My name is Dr. Larry Watson and I am licensed by the State of Texas to provide mental health services. My clinical degree is the Masters of Science in Social Work (MSSW). I also hold a PhD degree in pubic administration. I am in private practice and operate as an independent practitioner. . The majority of my practice is dealing with couple relationships. I also see people on an individual basis but the majority of my practice is with couples and families. I have practiced social work for over 25 years, working in nonprofit agencies, Universities and private practice.
(972) 696-7074
Arlington, Texas 76012
Gary L Hart, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“Are you ready for a change? Not sure where to start, lets talk about the possibilities. Several years of experience working with a variety of issues including, Individual, couples and relationship issues, trauma, life adjustments, fears and anxieties, weight loss etc.
(817) 984-5469
Fort Worth, Texas 76116
“Over twenty-five years in the field has strengthened my belief that my role is to provide a warm and caring therapeutic environment that allows and encourages a process of personal discovery and growth. When stress, and life issues take away joy, hope and satisfaction, intelligent people reach out for resources. Few people seek therapy unless they are experiencing some kind of pain. In the beginning, the focus is on the presenting issues and the development of goals for treatment.
(817) 618-3207
Grapevine, Texas 76051
Jenifer K. Cooks, Counselor  in Watauga
“My heart and expertise are in the area of dealing with relational issues whether it be between a couple or between parents and teens. So many times, communication gets in the way of being able to deal with the real issues so there is no real resolution. I also have a great desire and many year of experience in working with women's issues. Each individual experience we go through, does affect us, however, that does not mean that we cannot change the way we respond to situations or the way we think about things.
(817) 717-7264
Watauga, Texas 76148
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Tarrant County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Tarrant County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Tarrant County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Tarrant County or family therapy in Tarrant County.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Tarrant County, Texas, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.