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Therapists in Dallas

David M. Young, Psychologist  in Dallas
“Finding a therapist with whom you feel comfortable and safe can be a challenge. I will help you, without making assumptions or judgements. I will work with you to make the changes you feel are necessary in your life and reach your goals. In working through your difficulties, you may develop a deeper, richer understanding of your self and derive greater satisfaction in life.
(214) 785-1035
Dallas, Texas 75230
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
Kelley Haynes-Mendez, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist in Dallas, TX offering specialized psychotherapy services to persons from diverse backgrounds. I specialize in providing psychotherapy in a collaborative and culturally affirming environment.
(972) 316-7039
Dallas, Texas 75231
Justin Ziebarth, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LPC
“Has your marriage left you feeling drained because of constant arguing? Have you run out of ways in trying to get your spouse's attention? Or, do you wish your spouse would just give you a break some times? Has someone you care about asked you to get help because of your temper, your use of pornography, or your constant sadness or worrying? We all face tough seasons of life. I would love to walk with you as you begin to address these difficulties--no judgment, no empty cliché solutions, just a good ear, an open heart, and some hope.
(817) 757-4338
Dallas, Texas 75225
Edward D Goodman, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I enjoy helping a variety of individual therapy and relationship counseling clients, many with multiple issues such as anxiety, depression, insomnia, work and time stress and difficult relationship issues. Twenty-five plus years experience helps me make an initial evaluation and begin appropriate therapy or counseling in the first session.
(214) 535-8847
Dallas, Texas 75231
Deanne Moore  in Dallas
“It's NEVER TOO LATE...Whatever you are feeling, whatever you are going through - I'm here to help you process your way through it. Sometimes life just seems to take an unexpected turn and leaves you empty wondering how do I ever get through this? Whether you are struggling in your relationship, feeling overwhelmed and anxious with anything in your life, struggling with a potential divorce or looking to pick up the pieces after one, I want to help you.
(972) 885-6532
Dallas, Texas 75201
Lorelei Rowe, Psychologist  in Dallas
“Are you concerned about problems in your relationships with your partner, family members, friends, or other significant people in your life? Are struggling with depressed mood, low self-esteem, or difficulties keeping up with your responsibilities at home or at work? Do you and your partner have difficulty communicating, experience frequent conflict, or feel that you've lost the connection you once had? If you answered yes to any of these questions, psychotherapy may be helpful.
(469) 530-2258
Dallas, Texas 75220
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
Rebecca Harvey, Psychologist  in Dallas
“Therapy is a process of self-discovery. My aim is to provide a safe and caring environment for those who are hurting or feeling stuck. I offer therapeutic interventions aimed at optimizing your quality of life through finding balance and obtaining understanding and acceptance of yourself. Whether you seek relief from acute symptoms such as anxiety or depression or you wish to break unhealthy relationship patterns. I will help you gain deeper understanding of your self, while supporting you with finding your own answers and making the changes you decide to make.
(714) 679-6111
Dallas, Texas 75206
Amy Ann Porras, Counselor  in Dallas
“My goals for my clients is to move from a place of pain and suffering to growth and healing. I am a LPC and specialize in challenges of pre and post divorce, pre-marital, and couples seeking healing, understanding, and intimacy. I also help individuals that struggle with anxiety, depression, codependency, anger management, bipolar, cutting, lack of assertiveness by reaching a healthy self-concept. My goals for family therapy is to provide a safe place to explore and understand one another to connect.
(469) 240-5251
Dallas, Texas 75201
“I have been in private practice for 30 years assisting clients with a variety of issues: depression and bipolar, substance abuse, couples and their struggles including parenting and helping children and adolescents. I take very seriously the issues that bring clients to counseling. However, I want to strike a balance between helping clients to not only resolve their problems but I encourage clients to bring their sense of humor as I want the experience to be pleasureable.
(214) 717-6544
Dallas, Texas 75240
Stephanie Van Wig, Counselor  in Dallas
“Its hard for us to admit when we are troubled. We tell ourselves,"It's not that big of a deal", "I'm an adult, I should be able to handle it". The longer we fight against the reality of our "trouble" and the pain it causes, we find ourselves surprisingly unable to concentrate at work, longing for more hours in the night to sleep, and worst of all, begging the question, "Where are you God?".
(469) 513-8594
Dallas, Texas 75230
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
Natalie Kauder, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I am a licensed psychologist and I provide diagnostic services including assessments for ADHD, Learning Disabilities, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. I use a battery of standardized tests to evaluate intellectual abilities, academic achievement, and psychological and behavioral difficulties. The comprehensive psychoeducational testing that I conduct is designed to determine an individual's learning profile including cognitive strengths and any weaknesses that may contribute to difficulties with learning, attention, and/or social interaction. My evaluations include a post-assessment feedback session as well as a comprehensive written report which includes recommendations for home and school environments.
(469) 275-4775
Dallas, Texas 75240
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
Laura Miller  in Dallas
“Whether you are dealing with a traumatic experience, having trouble adjusting to life changes, experiencing dissatisfaction with your relationships, or are simply interested in personal growth, I offer a warm, compassionate approach to addressing your goals and concerns. I strive to help my clients gain insight into their thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and relational patterns so that they may choose to approach life in more satisfying and adaptive ways.
(469) 507-2436
Dallas, Texas 75206
Ann Dunnewold, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I believe we're shaped by biological (heredity, diet, hormones), psychosocial (peers, family, job stress), and psychological influences (thoughts, self-esteem, perfectionism). Addressing the mind-body interaction is critical. I guide and teach, helping clients learn new skills such as meditation and meridian tapping to handle life stresses. Clients who are the best fit with my style wish to let go of negative patterns of self-doubt, guilt, worry, and feeling "never good enough." My therapy focus is here-and-now, focusing on mind-body habits, to develop new behaviors, recondition brain connections, to go beyond mere understanding or insight.
(214) 343-1353 x2
Dallas, Texas 75231
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in practice for 17 years. In addition, I am certified in Clinical Hypnotherapy. I am bilingual and work with individuals, couples, and families as well as clients with addiction issues. I have an eclectic practice and use many different approaches which I tailor to the individual needs of my clients. I am, additionally, a listed provider for Dallas County Probation for Drug/Alcohol Evaluations and offer a Supportive Outpatient Course which has been highly effective; many people have told me that this course has changed their life - which is wonderfully gratifying for me!
(214) 364-9999
Dallas, Texas 75230
Tina Ferreira, Counselor  in Dallas
“I truly believe that a skilled and compassionate therapist can be a great asset to individuals that are looking for a consultant/coach to assist/challenge them to a healthier life style. My personal approach to counseling is educational and directive and I use Cognitive Behavior Therapy to promote healthy thinking and positive outcomes.
(214) 347-7636
Dallas, Texas 75231
Sarah Aberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work from a relational perspective, believing in a person's ability to make positive changes in their life through beneficial relationships. I have extensive experience helping people resolve past difficulties in mood and anxiety regulation, adapting to significant changes, and problems in significant relationships. My experience is in helping people overcome past traumas and adapt to present circumstances.
(214) 306-8068
Dallas, Texas 75215
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