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Therapists in Dallas

Kristin Benton  in Dallas
“There are those moments in our lives when we feel like we can't cope with the burden of our increasing issues and conflicts. It has been my experience that our core beliefs about ourselves and the world significantly shape our thoughts and behaviors. Identifying and fact-checking these beliefs is the first step toward healthier thoughts, actions, and ultimately lifestyles. I will work to help you develop healthier emotional processing and goal setting to improve your life and create success. I work with individuals, couples, families and groups. Specialties: depression, anxiety, grief & loss, couples, sex issues, addiction, trauma, abuse.
(214) 960-1568
Dallas, Texas 75231
DM Psychotherapy Services, Counselor  in Dallas
“Sometimes good parenting isn't enough. In my practice I see children from the ages of 3 to 16. I use play therapy to address emotional issues ranging from divorce, adoption, anger, bullying, anxiety, toilet training and other developmental issues with younger children and activity therapy with older ones. I work with children primarily individually, but also conduct group and family therapy. I also conduct parenting classes that are relationship-focused. These classes help parents with communication skills, limit-setting skills and involves parents structuring special playtimes with their child that teaches them self-control and self-discipline.
(214) 390-9664
Dallas, Texas 75230
Amanda Moates, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I am a licensed psychologist in North Dallas helping people with depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. I trained at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, then spent several additional years there as faculty in the Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic. My approach to treatment is based in psychodynamic therapy. Understanding how the past affects current difficulties is an important aspect of this form of psychotherapy, which is particularly helpful for individuals who have been experiencing long-term difficulties in their personal, professional, and relational lives. I also enjoy incorporating aspects of mindfulness and stress management for clients with anxiety.
(972) 200-4831
Dallas, Texas 75244
Blake Engelman, Counselor  in Dallas
“I'm a licensed professional counselor specializing in the treatment of relationship issues, mood disorders, and addictions. Using different treatment methods and theories I work with clients to address and change barriers to a satisfied lifestyle. Often we explore values, beliefs, and relational dynamics which may or may not contribute to desired outcomes in various areas.
(214) 499-9319
Dallas, Texas 75231
Rachel Koppa, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LPC-S, LMFT
“Are you struggling? Do you need somewhere to work through this struggle? I believe in fostering a safe environment to help others. There are many variations in our stories and my goal is to help you make changes in your life for the healthiest outcomes. You are the expert on you and your experience. Together we will build trust, process, and work towards you living your life in the healthiest manner possible.
(214) 960-2350
Dallas, Texas 75230
Ronald Fleischmann, Psychiatrist  in Dallas
“Treatment should be individualized according to a patient's problems and special needs. That may include therapy with or without medication
(469) 200-4657
Dallas, Texas 75225
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
Mary K Brieske, Counselor  in Dallas
“I am well versed in GLBT issues, couples therapy, anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and other sensitive areas. My goal is to help make life more meaningful and fulfilling. As a teacher and school counselor of 20 years, I see the pain that life can take us through. I offer hope and support with non-judgment, compassion, and empathy.
(214) 666-8705
Dallas, Texas 75238
John Patton,   in Dallas
“Welcome and congratulations on being a step closer to change! By coming to this site it's clear that you're ready for a change and I commend you for that! If you, or a loved one, are having difficulty dealing with some of life's struggles then I would love to help. Many people struggle with behavioral and emotional instability, whether it's caused by substance abuse or an underlying psychological disorder. There's no need to feel embarrassed. You're no different than so many others. Help is just a phone call away, and all calls are confidential.
(972) 316-7617
Dallas, Texas 75248
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
Myron S. Lazar, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I am in the full time private practice of psychotherapy and psychoanalysis for adults. I like to work with people who want to understand themselves and find more satisfaction in their work, love relations, and friendships. I have 30 plus years of experience doing individual, group and couples psychotherapy and 15 years as a certified, adult psychoanalyst. If you are motivated to change, and willing to explore your reluctance to do so, I can help you get to a place where you are finding more satisfaction and success in your life.
(214) 901-7899
Dallas, Texas 75225
Alicia E Meuret, Psychologist  in Dallas
“Dr. Meuret is a board-certified clinical psychologist who offers treatment for anxiety, depression, and related problems for adolescents and adults. She follows a personalized treatment approach by carefully tailoring evidence-based psychotherapy, including cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), towards patient's needs.
(469) 208-8837
Dallas, Texas 75206
Blake R. Nunneley, Counselor  in Dallas
“After years in corporate America, I changed careers mid-life to do something that would benefit others, rather than just myself. Helping others overcome obstacles and create a healthy, happy and rewarding life is my passion.
(214) 390-9428
Dallas, Texas 75219
Mary Anne Reed, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT-S
“Whatever their concerns or phase in life, I work from a collaborative model with my clients to help them discover the resources, capacities and wisdom they already possess. My approach is both practical and deeply challenging. I most enjoy sitting with people at times of life transitions where we meet at the cross sections of psychology, spirituality and creativity. What do you want to create in your life? What is your soul's purpose? What kind of relationships nurture you? What elements of your "unlived life" are calling to you?
(214) 427-1270
Dallas, Texas 75215
Katie Croft Caderao  in Dallas
“I specialize in short-term and solution-focused treatment for adults with anxiety, trauma, and obsessive-compulsive disorders. An important part of my work is empowering clients to develop new tools and strategies for improving their symptoms-- in a sense, to become their own therapist-- so that therapy does not have to last forever. The overall goal is to help free clients of anxiety and sadness so that they can focus more on the meaningful aspects of their lives. Specific disorders I treat include Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Social Anxiety, Panic Disorder, Phobias, Generalized Anxiety, PTSD, and Compulsive Hair Pulling and Skin Picking.
(469) 352-2756
Dallas, Texas 75219
Noyau Wellness Center, Counselor  in Dallas
“If you've been struggling and feeling lost and hopeless about how to turn things around for yourself, it may feel impossible to figure out how to begin to heal and move forward in your life. Feelings of sadness, confusion, and anxiety can feel overwhelming, and you may worry that you will never feel happy and whole again. We are here to restore your hope and offer support, guidance, and understanding. We'll work with you to start building a path and a life towards happiness, success, and fulfillment in a warm and nonjudgemental atmosphere.
(214) 499-9406
Dallas, Texas 75231
Lee Tipton, Counselor  in Dallas
“In 1993 I became a licensed Professional Counselor. I have since been associated with a small group of like-minded therapists creating a people-friendly environment. My office is like a "living area" for private conversations. I enjoy helping individuals, couples and families who seek to move through seemingly intimidating, hopelessly discouraging or simply perplexing life stages. Common themes - job loss, rejection, betrayal of trust, letting go, shame, guilt and self-acceptance - even old emotional scars limiting part of one's personality are all compelling challenges. I will face them with you.
(214) 935-3824 x101
Dallas, Texas 75238
Donna Peddy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LPC, LMFT
“I provide practical ways to approach some of life's most difficult challenges. I offer respect, non-judgement and empathy so that the therapeutic relationship gives you the opportunity for awareness that allows you to grow and find new ways of thinking, feeling and behaving. My clinical experience has been in counseling Adults, Children and Adolescents.
(214) 509-7862
Dallas, Texas 75230
Fran Ferguson,   in Dallas
CGRS, Coach, Mentor
“The Grief Recovery Method® is a compelling step-by-step program for anyone 18 and older who has endured painful events in life and been unable to regain a sense of well-being. Whether a loss occurred recently or long ago, thoughts and feelings keep us from participating fully and freely in our lives and in other relationships. Our hearts can be broken by death, divorce and separation; the ending of a job; the loss of a pet; moving; and watching a child leave home; and over time by loss of Trust, Faith, Purpose, Health, and the Future we envisioned.
(214) 717-6760
Dallas, Texas 75230
Gina Bolanos, Counselor  in Dallas
“I work with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. My counseling approach is warm, nurturing, collaborative, and supportive. I use an eclectic mix of mindfulness, cognitive behavioral, and solution-focused therapy techniques based on each client's individual needs. I approach therapy sessions with a strengths-based style - guiding clients as they gently process emotional distress, build coping skills, improve social support networks, and actively work toward goals which parallel their values and feelings of inner peace.
(940) 355-0053
Dallas, Texas 75225
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