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Therapists in Dallas

Barbara Paxton, Counselor  in Dallas
“Are you ready for a new beginning? I have extensive experience helping clients overcome obstacles and find personal empowerment. I specialize in life transitions.
(469) 502-7824
Dallas, Texas 75219
Arise Counseling Center, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Dallas
“Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. Our Substance Abuse and Mental Health Counselors, our goal is to help you find the root of the addiction and help you progress into sobriety. Depending on the underlying cause of the addiction discovered, our Counselors will develop an individual Treatment plan.: Together we will work past the addiction and we will educate you about addiction and teach you how to move on through life without substance abuse.
(214) 997-6529
Dallas, Texas 75243
Ron Nevelow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I'm glad you found me on the Therapy Directory. I'd like to help. I only see clients during evenings and weekends, which are prime time therapist hours. I have an eclectic approach to treatment, since I am trained in many different styles. I use whatever style best suits the client. My belief is that you have the answers you need. My job is to help you overcome the obstacles in your way and help you see things you can't see at this time. I would like to be of help. Let me know if I can serve you.
(214) 705-3877
Dallas, Texas 75230
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
Stuart N Robinson, Psychologist  in Dallas
“Dr. Robinson is a licensed psychologist who specializes in treating adults with Asperger's (AS or AD) Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). His services include testing for Asperger's, diagnosing Asperger's and treating Asperger's. His specialization also includes testing for Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD), Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and other Learning Differences (LD), as well as counseling and coaching these conditions. He also treats Anxiety Disorders including Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Social Anxiety, Health Anxiety, Phobias and Panic Disorder, and Sensory Processing Disorders including Auditory Processing Disorder (APD and CAPD), Communication Disorders,Visual Processing Disorder and Nonverbal Learning Disorder.
(888) 923-2256
Dallas, Texas 75231
Elsa-Iris Davis, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFTA, LPCI
“I've been practicing for 5 years and am passionate about what I do. I attempt to provide an environment where we can collaboratively alleviate your concerns. I don't do the temporary "band aid" therapy, but use emotions to fully heal and create closeness with your loved ones. I predominently work with relationships with premarital concerns, marital/couple conflicts, infidelity, sexual dysfunction, and those considering divorce. I also see individuals with internal struggles or those whose partner is not quite ready for therapy, or families struggling through conflict due to differing parenting styles, being new parents, newly divorced or being a blended/step family.
(214) 919-8924
Dallas, Texas 75219
Misty Hardin,   in Dallas
“I am a NeuroCoach. I use a integrated brain and behavior approach to coaching life skills to create desired behavioral changes. I work with adult patients with Asperger's syndrome, autism, dyslexia, other learning disorders, ADD/ADHD, and all types of anxiety disorders including social anxiety, phobias, and health anxieties. I help them develop social skills, and skills in time management, organization, active listening, assertiveness, auditory processing, language processing, visual-spatial processing, and visual-motor processing. We work toward creating manageable goals that allow for independent living and personal growth.
(888) 923-2256
Dallas, Texas 75231
Rachel Brown Nash, Art Therapist  in Dallas
“I offer individual and group art therapy for both children and adults. I believe that making art is good for people emotionally and physically. I work with kids on the high functioning side of autism and both kids and adults with ADHD, anxiety and depression. I love working and making art alongside people--helping people to navigate through the ups and downs of life.
(972) 992-5694
Dallas, Texas 75226
Brittany Kimbro Neilon, Counselor  in Dallas
“My work with children and adolescents takes into account the complex interplay of outside influences, academic stressors, and familial relationships. By taking a collaborative approach to counseling, I emphasize empowerment and awareness while accessing children's and families' untapped strengths. For younger children, I utilize both play therapy and family therapy, which aim to identify factors that may hinder a child's progress while developing facets that will foster success and resilience. Similarly, my approach with older children and teenagers includes a combination of working with both parents and individual adolescents while utilizing traditional "talk therapy" methods.
(817) 984-5788
Dallas, Texas 75231
Steve M Reedy, Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, NMT, RYT, RMT
“A relationship seldom gets better on its own, but we often “hope” that it will. Don’t wait until you loose hope to seek relationship counseling, or counseling for any other issues you may be facing. The longer you wait the more difficult each day can become. Self-help books often generalize and medication does not often deal with the cause of an imbalance. With counseling I provide a personalized examination of your issues so that you may learn how to overcome them and create a life of relationships and experiences that you will greet with great enthusiasm.
(214) 317-4068
Dallas, Texas 75219
“My goal is to help you uncover your true potential for healthy and satisfying relationships in your life. While we cannot change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand how your past is impacting current challenges in your relationships and then work on solutions. We will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing healthier relationships.
(469) 721-6441
Dallas, Texas 75206
Sarah L Balint, Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, LPC-S, RPT-S, NCC
“Park Cities Counseling offers a variety of services for adults, parents, children, teens and families. I work with the individual to help them find and implement creative solutions to their unique struggles and needs. I specialize in coping skills with divorce and grief issues, prenatal and postpartum issues. I work with children with Anger Management as well as other child and adolescent issues. I have worked extensively in the hospital, school and clinical setting helping children, parents and teachers work successfully together.
(214) 919-8319
Dallas, Texas 75206
Harold D Duncan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LPC, LMFT
“Dr. Duncan has been a psychotherapist in private practice since 1981. For 15 years, he was an Instructor in Psychology at the University of Texas at Dallas. For 10 years, he served as Behavioral Medicine Coordinator for the Baylor Family Practice Residency Program at Garland. He currently is an Adjunct Professor in the Counseling department at Southern Methodist University.
(972) 360-9414
Dallas, Texas 75230
Cheryl Edinbyrd, Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, PhD, LCDC-I, RYT, PhD
“I work with clients who are dealing with complicated real life issues, including anger management, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, marital problems, adolescent issues and behavioral problems, chemical dependency, divorce recovery, trauma recovery, addictions and compulsive behaviors, and behavioral issues. Depending on what the client needs are, I utilize a holistic approach which focuses on mind (talk therapy), body (health, wellness, fitness) and soul (meditation, yoga, and spiritual issues). I also utilize Reiki therapy.
(469) 275-4592
Dallas, Texas 75228
Burning Tree, Treatment Facility  in Dallas
“Burning Tree provides high quality, low cost treatment for the chronic relapse & dual diagnosis population with a speciality focus in long term residential drug and alcohol treatment for adults with a relapse history and mental health disorders. We best serve the substance abuse relapse adult who has been to other treatment programs and in and out of 12 step programs and just can't seem to get and stay sober. Alcohol & drug rehab treatment, co-occuring and a relapse prevention plan are our primary roles. We are a drug rehab program treatment center licensed by the Texas Dept of State Health Services.
(866) 560-4617
Dallas, Texas 75231
Donna June Kirby, Counselor  in Dallas
“Welcome to your first step towards helping yourself to live the life you've been wanting. I believe what Carl Rogers once stated "a counselor is not an expert but a mirror for clients to see themselves." A counselor's acceptance and reflection of feelings creates a level of safety for deeper exploration and an opportunity for clients to increase their self-awareness which leads to positive action. I encourage my clients to be mindful of thoughts and feelings. By practicing mindfulness you are able to be focused and centered in your life.
(469) 619-2315
Dallas, Texas 75230
Maureene Timken LCDC CEDS, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Dallas
“Monday morning and you are not going to drink today or binge today. How many times have you been doing this same routine? If you are suffering with issues regarding food, a new diet will not be the answer for you. Alcohol abuse is in the same category. Anorexia, bulimia,overeating and drinking, they are about emotions. Your anger, anxiety, sadness, frustration at yourself because you alone cannot stop binging, purging, overeating or drinking. You have a food addiction, you have an alcohol addiction. You need help from a professional that specializes in these particular fields.
(214) 919-5590
Dallas, Texas 75230
Trisha Cavins, Counselor  in Dallas
“"RAISING A TEENAGER IS LIKE NAILING JELLO TO A TREE". Don't you wish there was a handbook on raising your child or teen? Help is here!! I have worked with children,teenagers and their families for 21 years, providing individual and family therapy,coping skills, parenting education, and crisis intervention. I specialize in: anxiety, depression,stress management,self esteem, peer pressures, eating disorders, defiance,resistance, anger management,ADHD, grief, and the stress of private schooling.My experience includes: working in an inpatient psychiatric hospital; running a day treatment facility; runaway shelter; teen pregnancy home; agencies; and in-school therapy.
(214) 901-7180
Dallas, Texas 75240
Katrina Giries, Counselor  in Dallas
“Borderline Personality Disorder can be a debilitating disorder for anyone involved. If you are suffering from depression, our work together will help you focus on why you make the choices you do and to help you create healthier choices as well as to work with your family on how best to support you. I work with adults, adolescents & families to treat depression & self mutilation (cutting, etc) and Social Anxiety. Additionally, I have a special interest in how early childhood trauma (physical, emotional and sexual) can influence adult behavior and mental illness. Appointment times are available Monday - Saturdays.
(214) 613-5364
Dallas, Texas 75230
Carol Floch McColl, Counselor  in Dallas
“My passion is to give my clients hope; there is light at the end of the tunnel, but we cannot always find our way alone. My personal journey enhances my clinical training, enabling me to come alongside my clients in a supportive relationship of trust, empathy, and compassion to collaboratively navigate the difficult twists and turns of life. I seek to honor the unique design and potential of each individual as I help them explore their personal story, discover new ways to live effectively in the present, and embrace the possibilities of the future.
(972) 360-9539 x205
Dallas, Texas 75244
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