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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
Shanna Nasche, Counselor  in Dallas
“I define therapy as a process focused on helping clients navigate, adapt, and grow in response to stressful life experiences and relationships. I enjoy working with adults of all ages as well as couples who desire to improve coping skills and learn to manage difficult emotions. My approach to treatment is active and collaborative, creating a sacred space for clients to reflect and heal, process alternatives, and practice skills to address situational stressors and/or unhealthy patterns and choices.
(972) 360-9572
Dallas, Texas 75230
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
Andi Thacker, Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LPC-S, NCC, RPT
“I began my academic training at Texas Tech University where I received a degree in human development and family studies. Upon completing my undergraduate degree, I went on to complete a Masters degree in Biblical Counseling at Dallas Theological Seminary. I began my doctoral studies in 2007 at the University of North Texas with a specialization in play therapy. I completed my doctoral studies in counseling at UNT in August of 2010. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, Nationally Certified Counselor, and Registered Play Therapist. During my internship at DTS, I counseled individuals and facilitated counseling groups in a church setting, as well as in an adoption agency. Upon completion of my master's degree in 2006, I began working as an inpatient program therapist for the Minirth Christian Program at University Behavioral Health of Denton. During my time at UBH, I facilitated process and psycho-education groups, as well as counseled individuals, couples, and families. Since 2008, I have served as a member of the mobile crisis outreach team for Denton County MHMR. In addition, I have worked with children, adolescents, adults and families in both a private practice setti
(972) 665-6796
Dallas, Texas 75240
Jamaica Reyes-Araujo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My primary role as a psychotherapist is to empower clients to utilize their inherent worth and dignity as they deal with change, transition, loss, trauma, and relationship difficulties. Dealing with most mental health issues, whether in children or adults, requires research, networking, and a collaborative approach amongst different service providers. This can be overwhelming for most individuals and families. When we feel isolated and alone, barriers and obstacles become increasingly difficult to overcome. It is truly a gift and honor when a client allows me to become a part of their "support system".
(469) 275-9421
Dallas, Texas 75248
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
Elena Frolov, Counselor  in Dallas
“At some point in our lives we might feel overwhelmed, stuck, as if the life has placed a roadblock on our way. Other times we created our own roadblocks. We are always busy, always running, often take care of others, do what others want us to do, and neglect our own fundamental needs of happiness, belonging, fulfillment, and joy. It is so important to stop for a moment and to create your own safe space for internal search and reflection that would lead to finding YOUR OWN answers and solutions. As a therapist, I offer such space for you.
(469) 518-2833
Dallas, Texas 75231
Erica R Crawford, Psychologist  in Dallas
“In my second career as Clinical Psychologist, I have five years of training and working with a variety of clients, with a focus on children, adolescents, young adults, elderly, and clients with severe diagnoses such as Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Agoraphobia, Neurodevelopmental Disorders, and Schizoaffective Disorder. I have a special place in my heart for working with children/adolescents and their parents, and have extensive training working with those with developmental disorders.
(972) 299-8680
Dallas, Texas 75248
“I start with wherever the client is. This means that we move as quickly or as slowly in therapy as you feel comfortable, and is appropriate. I emphasize a comfortable, safe, secure environment for the counseling session. My down-to-earth approach provides clients with the professional counseling relationship they need to work through their stresses and problem situations, but without the uncomfortable feeling of working with a "stuffy" therapist.
(214) 666-8634
Dallas, Texas 75254
Michael Leach, Psychologist  in Dallas
“No matter what brings you to therapy, the troubling areas in your life are multi-layered and multi-determined. We will work to ease your distress while also looking deeply beneath your symptoms to understand them and thus be transformed. If your interested in long lasting change, more fulfilling relationships, and a more mindful way of living, then lets get started.
(562) 445-4276
Dallas, Texas 75219
Laura J Boettger  in Dallas
“Life is full of change, but even changes that are expected to be positive -- such as graduating from school, becoming an independent adult, or moving from work into retirement -- can pose significant challenges. At times like these, we could all benefit from having someone to travel along with us as we navigate the transition. I work primarily with individuals or families who are struggling with transitional phases in their lives.
Dallas, Texas 75243
Helen Richards, M.S., LPC, Counselor  in Dallas
“If you are struggling with difficulties in your personal life, with your relationships, with family members, I can offer a warm, supportive, listening ear and help you see yourself more clearly. I can offer therapeutic suggestions to improve those areas of your life. If you are struggling with a mental illness in either yourself or your family, I can offer the benefit of my over 15 years of experience in the behavioral health field. If you are dealing with grief, I can help you gain acceptance of your new reality. If you have suffered trauma, I can help you heal.
(469) 209-4104
Dallas, Texas 75240
Jim Harris, Psychologist  in Dallas
“Expand freedom and choice by becoming more mindful of experience in the here and now. Psychological issues may once have been adaptive solutions to life problems. Difficulties arise when life circumstances change and old solutions no longer fit or become self-defeating, but we continue to apply them anyway. There may be lack of hope for the future. Addressing important life issues such as neuroses, depression, anxiety, eating disorders and relationship issues, please contact me to see how psychotherapy will work for you.
(214) 306-8604
Dallas, Texas 75231
Mary Kight, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I work with adults who are struggling as they face life's difficult challenges. Many have health problems, chronic pain, loss of vision, or terminal illness. Some have depression or anxiety. Others may be searching for a new career or grieving a loss. I help clients identify their strengths and weaknesses and work toward achieving their goals despite life's difficult challenges. I consider it a privilege to walk alongside clients as they are in the most difficult time of their lives. I help clients find hope and envision how they can move forward despite unforeseen changes in their lives.
(214) 483-1314
Dallas, Texas 75243
Right Step Dallas-North - Outpatient, Treatment Facility  in Dallas
“I am the director and affiliate owner of four intensive outpatient programs in Dallas, Carrollton and Plano. Our master's level therapists provide counseling, process groups, relapse prevention planning and free aftercare for two years for adults and adolescents.
(866) 400-2198
Dallas, Texas 75231
Center for Family Development, Counselor  in Dallas
“I am a Texas State Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Texas Board approved Counselor Supervisor (LPC-S), Texas State Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC) and a National Acupuncture Detoxification Association and Texas Medical Board certified Acudetox Specialist (CAS). I have worked with adolescents and adults focusing on such topics as, family violence, sexual assault, trauma, addiction, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, specific phobias, families in crisis, divorce, grief, and self esteem.
(972) 665-6339
Dallas, Texas 75254
Ty A. Allison  in Dallas
“Part of my purpose for living is listening to people who need to be heard. Therefore, as a counselor, I listen and hear what my clients say (and do not say). By listening and understanding that which ails my clients, we enter into therapeutic relationship with the express intention of facilitating a dialogue and action plan that will lead to the alleviation of emotional and psychological distress. In addition to private practice, I currently work in a facility where people with acute psychiatric disturbances and chemical dependency concerns receive treatment.
(469) 447-4887
Dallas, Texas 75201
Ruby Bouie Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, LCDC-I
“Are you trying to gain control of an out-of-control, addictive behavior? Are you in a relationship with someone who is struggling with an addiction? Not sure where to turn? I can help. I understand the type of healing that needs to take place in order to regain trust, rebuild relationships, and remain in recovery. Even at the worst of moments, there is always hope that you can live the life that can seem so out of reach. Call me today to learn how I can help you get into recovery, and rebuild your relationships and life.
(469) 654-4012
Dallas, Texas 75219
Nancy Brooks, Counselor  in Dallas
“Are you facing the challenges of overwhelming life circumstances, depression, anxiety, grief or loss? Is life not working like it used to? Does it seem impossible to get back to--or move forward into--a place of peace? Often, the thinking patterns we have accumulated throughout our lives are operating below the surface and become the very things that get in the way of the life for which we long.
(972) 591-7248
Dallas, Texas 75230
Emily Howse, Counselor  in Dallas
“Life is hard for everyone, sometimes. Whether you're having trouble coping, experiencing a life change, dealing with an ongoing problem, or simply feel "stuck," I provide a safe, non-judgmental environment to explore feelings and determine desired changes. People deserve to feel worthy, and be heard. Counseling is an empowering way to redirect your life.
(469) 208-3396
Dallas, Texas 75225
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