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Therapists in Dallas

Cecilia Gutierrez, Counselor  in Dallas
“I believe that healing begins with a little guidance and a place where you feel safe to express yourself. I also believe everyone has the answers they seek within themselves and my job is to help you find them. Our relationship is a partnership where you set the goals and we work toward them together. Whether you are dealing with a specific crisis situation or wanting to focus on personal growth, therapy can help and you don't have to go through it alone.
(972) 975-9941
Dallas, Texas 75214
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, and 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
Erin L. Wysong  in Dallas
“Are you struggling with a sexually related addiction, or in a relationship with someone who acts out in ways that have caused devastation in your life? Have you ever felt ashamed of your behavior and tried to stop but have failed? Do you or someone in your family struggle with addiction to drugs or alcohol? Have you recently gone through a divorce? Are you struggling with your teenager's behavior? I'm passionate about my work and want to help you.
(469) 518-2342 x3
Dallas, Texas 75209
“Is there something missing from your life? Are you seeking to mend a broken heart or a broken family? Do you sense that you could be getting more out of your work or your personal relationships? These are questions that I as an individual, couple and family therapist I am equipped to help you answer.
(214) 483-1100
Dallas, Texas 75230
Debby Slaughter Dudley, Counselor  in Dallas
“I hear many accounts of people, especially 25-45, feeling overwhelmed with busy lives, feeling numb, trapped or unfulfilled. Sometimes these feelings have lead to out of control behaviors, shame and guilt. Fear of letting others down or failing to meet the perceived standards of our culture can cause the best of us to feel trapped in a spin cycle. I try to provide my clients with a safe, non-judgmental, objective environment to face their fears, feelings and struggles in order to make the way for new thinking and more positive behaviors.
(214) 299-5145
Dallas, Texas 75230
Heather Lowrey, Counselor  in Dallas
“"Perception is Reality" - My passion is helping individuals and families live the lives they deserve. My specialties include intimacy disorders including love and sex addictions (including partners of sex and love addicts), eating disorders and body image, work and financial disorders and phase of life issues, from the "Quarterlife Crisis" through adulthood.
(214) 838-7012
Dallas, Texas 75231
Joan E Berger, Psychologist  in Dallas
“Are you curious about yourself, eager to overcome chronic emotional obstacles, and aware that real change takes time? If so, it would be a privilege to take part in your journey. Are you having trouble with the challenges of growing up? If so, I can help you find your way. As a seasoned clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst, I will help you understand conflicts, fears, and worries that interfere with relationships, work,school, and other activities in life. You may then regain freedom to be more creative and more open to possibilities and opportunities. With commitment to treatment comes hope!
(972) 275-9907
Dallas, Texas 75240
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) 713-1192
Dallas, Texas 75220
Laine Jaffe, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I am a Dallas area psychologist who provides counseling on issues related to emotions, attitudes, behaviors, personal satisfaction, work, relationships, and family. If you would like to explore or improve any of these areas of your life, psychotherapy is a good opportunity. I have extensive experience working with people coping with a variety of issues, ranging from mild adjustment difficulties to more chronic problems. The length of treatment is based on the preferences and needs of the client. I work towards first understanding, then collaboratively developing solutions. Please feel free to call and schedule a consultation. Thank you for your interest.
(972) 639-5961
Dallas, Texas 75231
Mindworks Testing Dallas, Psychologist  in Dallas
“Are you worried your child may have ADHD? Autism? Do you think your child may have learning differences that is making school more difficult? Have you ever thought that there was something going on with your child or teen that you just could not put a finger on? Psychological and education testing may be the answer. Give us a call and we are happy to give you a free phone consultation to determine if testing may be right for your child or teen.
(469) 804-7748 x130
Dallas, Texas 75219
Rosalinda Weisz, Counselor  in Dallas
“Rosalinda Weisz believes that what makes us suffer is what we do not know about ourselves. Being aware of those hidden parts of ourselves allows us to make better choices, based on reality and without the distortions triggered by painful experiences and irrational beliefs. Mrs. Weisz believes that every person is a unique individual and she strives to understand and respect the particular world view offered by every patient in a gentle, honest and positive manner. The most important factor in every treatment is the development of a patient-therapist relationship that offers a safe context for change.
(972) 348-0244
Dallas, Texas 75244
Catherine Johnson, Counselor  in Dallas
“Therapy can be intimidating, I strive to create an environment that is warm and welcoming. It is not unusual to feel apprehensive about starting therapy, these fears can usually be alleviated within the first session or two. I have extensive experience working with individuals both children and adults, couples and families. I work with families going through divorce and parental alienation.
(214) 771-8940
Dallas, Texas 75230
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
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
Dorothy J Phillips, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Dorothy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who holds a Masters Degree in Clinical Social Work. Dorothy has extensive experience working with adolescents, adults, and senior adults helping clients improve, restore and maintain emotional and social well being. Dorothy's clinical approach focuses on identifying strengths and teaching coping skills that will become life-long tools for personal enrichment. She is committed to each person's emotional healing from mood disorders, trauma, sexual abuse, pain management and caregiver issues.
(214) 233-6987
Dallas, Texas 75209
Albert M Webb, Counselor  in Dallas
“I enjoy helping clients who are ready to make real change in their lives. Whether you have struggled with addictions, depression, anxiety, adjusting to a major life change, self-acceptance,obsessive worry, angriness, background unhappiness or any other challenge, together we can get you moving forward in your life. My approach is one that takes into account the emotional, mental and spiritual needs of the client with a focus on finding an enduring inner peace. I look forward to working with you and your family toward your personal goals.
(214) 234-9196
Dallas, Texas 75219
Jeff White, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT-S, PhD
“If you are having relationship problems with your spouse or significant other, I would like to help you. I utilize Gottman Method Couples Therapy to help couples solve solvable problems and to develop a healthy dialogue around perpetual ones. I can help your relationship improve by increasing your experience of friendship within the relationship, your competency in managing conflict, and your development of a shared meaning within the relationship. In sum, I can help you become true partners in living life together.
(214) 306-7875
Dallas, Texas 75219
Cheryl Harumi  in Dallas
“Sometimes life can feel overwhelming. Pressures from work, problems in your relationships, negative emotions, or physical illness can interfere with your ability to enjoy life or be your best self. I am here to help. I strive to create a warm and supportive environment in which you can feel safe to fully explore your thoughts and feelings. I will take a positive approach to help you build on your existing strengths while also expanding your abilities to cope with life's challenges, reduce stress, improve your relationships with self and others, and enhance your overall quality of life.
(469) 331-4737
Dallas, Texas 75244
Brent Glass, Counselor  in Dallas
“Life can present a host of challenges. When it does, it is important to have the support of a skilled professional who can help you navigate life's difficulties. For over 12 years, I have worked with individuals, couples, children, and families who find themselves in difficult places. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor as well as a Credentialed Supervisor for Counselor Interns.
(214) 390-9685
Dallas, Texas 75228
Jamie Dee Heavey, Counselor  in Dallas
“The Heavey Institute offers counseling in the areas of depression, anxiety, trauma, couples counseling, family therapy, grief therapy and anger management. Jamie's practice involves working with both adults and adolescents with an emphasis in creative arts therapy. Her straightforward approach combined with her vast clinical expertise help people in all walks of life to make real and lasting changes in their lives... Please call 214-660-0987 for more information or to schedule an appointment. There is no charge for an initial phone consultation.
(972) 776-2946
Dallas, Texas 75218
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