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Therapists in Dallas

Suzanne Johndrow Feiler  in Dallas
“Emotional wellness in difficult circumstances requires honest self-reflection, bravery, humor, creativity and optimism and these are qualities I encourage within the therapeutic process. My approach to therapy is a blend of Narrative Therapy (discovering through conversations hopeful, preferred, previously unrecognized possibilities and outcomes), and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (challenging beliefs about actions in order to yield new results). I believe we are influenced by our family, community and childhood but are ultimately responsible for our choices and, further, that we possess the freedom to grow and change toward a desired way of being.
(214) 731-4641
Dallas, Texas 75231
Rachel Mcguire, Counselor  in Dallas
“Simply put, Rachel is passionate about people and helping them get where they want to go. She works with a wide variety of clients; adults (including seniors), couples, young children, and adolescents. Her business background combined with her warmth, compassion, and counseling skills make her a dynamic solution-focused therapist. Rachel zeros in on each client's unique dilemmas and life challenges and joins with them to establish goals and to develop a plan to achieve them.
(972) 776-2577
Dallas, Texas 75230
Gayle E Marshall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with individuals and couples in psychotherapy. My goals include understanding and addressing difficulties such as fears and anxieties, depression, self-defeating patterns, and relationship problems. I seek to understand the whole person rather than focusing only on symptoms. Past experiences can profoundly influence current relationships, how we respond to situations, and how free we are to work, love, and be creative. Clearly seeing these connections can lead to greater freedom, spontaneity, and authenticity. I approach therapy as a collaborative journey and strive to create an accepting, nonjudgmental context in which the confidential process can unfold.
(214) 997-6591
Dallas, Texas 75225
Jessica Rana  in Dallas
“Do you feel stuck in your life & surrounded by problems? Does it seems as no one is understanding or helpful to you during these difficult times? If you are hoping to find someone in your community who understands your cultural values, beliefs and traditions, you're in the right place. My services include helping individuals, couples, and families work on relationship satisfaction, healing from trauma/grief issues, recovery from addiction, and helping families reclaim their life from other overwhelming problems (adolescent behavior, infidelity, and adjustement issues). I truly believe that clients have the ability to discover solutions for the existing issues in their lives.
(469) 440-2901
Dallas, Texas 75219
William L Edwards, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I am a licensed psychologist and Health Service Provider (HSP) specializing in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for people experiencing depression and anxiety. Additionally, I have decades of experience with individuals and couples who seek to improve their relationships and with professionals who want to advance their career or explore new career options. Together we will set clear, measurable goals for therapy. You will learn skills that will empower you to feel, work and relate better. More information is available on my website
(214) 997-6532
Dallas, Texas 75225
Jimmy Boyd  in Dallas
“We have all experienced hang-ups and blow-ups in our life. There is no reason to feel shame or guilt for needing assistance navigating the stormy, uncharted waters that this life often brings. Using my graduate training and own life experiences, I offer counseling for a wide range of issues including: grief, relational conflict, anxiety, marital conflict, depression & other emotional problems, sexual abuse, as well as other past traumas.
(903) 965-2881
Dallas, Texas 75243
Gretchen Ferris, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
“I help my clients discover who they are and be able to express themselves in different kinds of relationships, i.e., spouse, family, friends, colleagues, work, lovers. They learn to identify the different stressors in their lives and overcome the fear and anxiety that keep them feeling "stuck". I believe in my clients and I walk along beside them as they learn to find their ways through the situations they are facing to find their true selves.
(972) 528-8049
Dallas, Texas 75230
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
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
Al Nazempoor, Counselor  in Dallas
“Dr. Nazempoor, with his dynamic and well rounded leadership skills in working with individuals, couples, families, and business owners, is a well known and respected psychotherapist and personal coach in the DFW metropolitan area. During the past 21 years he has helped 1000s of people to reach their goals in the areas of love-relationship, self-worth, and achievement. He is an author of many articles as well as a lecturer. Through a detailed evaluation of each client, he designs a plan of action meeting needs of each person or couple. He also works with individuals from different racial and cultural backrounds
(972) 349-0218
Dallas, Texas 75230
The LifeWorks Group, PA, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
“I have been an LPC and LMFT for almost 20 years, and am an approved LPC and LMFT supervisor. I own and run a series of multi-specialty, collaborative counseling clinics called The LifeWorks Group, in Dallas, and Ft. Worth TX. Check out our website. If I can't help you, someone at LifeWorks can!
(214) 390-9833
Dallas, Texas 75201
Randy Gibson, Counselor  in Dallas
“In an atmosphere of acceptance, I will establish and maintain a trusting relationship to promote your growth and self-direction. I use brief therapy techniques to assist clients with their anxiety, stress, depression, sexual abuse, grief and relationship conflicts.
(214) 427-1830
Dallas, Texas 75244
Annemarie St John  in Dallas
“As an MTF transgender myself, you can be assured that I understand your gender issues as no one who is not transgender can. I have been through it all from the early childhood confusion, through the agonies of puberty and wondering what was "wrong" with me, through marriages and divorces, binge and purge cycles, and finally to an inescapable realization that I must become the person I always was inside. As your therapist it will be my role to help guide you through your journey to an authentic, satisfying, and life-enriching gender identity and expression.
(972) 992-7110
Dallas, Texas 75234
Holly Scott, Counselor  in Dallas
“Counseling is a process that can help you identify more effective strategies to cope with difficult situations. While some people who seek counseling have chronic emotional difficulties, most are dealing with normal life events and are simply in need of an objective listener - someone who doesn't judge and who can help them see new alternatives. My goal is to provide an open, supportive, and confidential environment for you to address the issues that are concerning you. We will work together to set beneficial therapeutic goals with a realistic timetable to meet those goals.
(469) 240-5655
Dallas, Texas 75201
Allen Desalme, Counselor  in Dallas
“If you are struggling with painful emotions, relationship conflicts or challenging circumstances, I am here to help you gain insight and knowledge, improve communication and release ideals that no longer serve you. We at PCC provide pastoral counseling (I am also an ordained minister), but you need not have a religious difficulty for me to be helpful. I like to work on a collaborative basis with clients and have experience in wellness, mental health/substance abuse, and church and spiritual setttings. Call me - let's talk! I am also at a church in Irving one day a week.
(214) 997-6844
Dallas, Texas 75219
Edie Hernandez Putt, Psychologist  in Dallas
“Change is inevitable and exciting. Change can also cause significant distress in our personal, social, and professional lives. Even slight disruptions in sleep, appetite, and mood caused by change can alter our ability to make rational decisions, solve problems, and appropriately manage emotions. If you have encountered difficulties in these areas, help is available.
(214) 341-1400
Dallas, Texas 75218
Brandi Lee Robbins  in Dallas
“Her diversity in life and educational experience has led her to believe that YOU HAVE THE ANSWER WITHIN YOURSELF! It is her greatest joy to help you discovering what is keeping you from being the person you have always wanted to be! Brandi has worked with adolescents, and adults struggling with the disease of addiction, mental disorders, and dual diagnosis. Brandi currently a counselor for a non-profit agency that provides therapeutic groups for children who have been affected by a loved one's addiction to drugs or alcohol. In this role, she also provides support to caregivers and adults in recovery.
(469) 629-7344
Dallas, Texas 75215
Dayna L Fuchs, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I have more than 20 years experience, have worked in a variety of mental health settings, with adults and adolescents and would be hard pressed to think of an issue I have not worked with before. Finding the right therapist is a challenging and courageous endeavor which is why I personally speak with you before we meet. In that first appointment I want you to feel heard, understood, and certain we are a good fit. I want to know your goals, and offer feedback and suggestions for going forward. Therapy with me is collaborative and a mutual, hopefully gratifying experience.
(972) 316-7087
Dallas, Texas 75248
Celine Verdier, Counselor  in Dallas
“I work with clients who feel anxious, feel depressed/sad, feel stuck, feel unmotivated, who lack direction and are confused, who do not feel "right". I also help clients who are going through emotionally challenging states due to life events. I hope to bring awareness, peace, clarity, and empowerment to my clients. Find me on You Tube: Search for Celine Verdier Introduction
(214) 516-7887
Dallas, Texas 75215
Lighthouse Testing,   in Dallas
“Lighthouse Psychological and Educational Testing uses well-known and proven assessments for ADHD, education, intelligence, cognitive, personality, and many other areas. Testing and assessment can provide important diagnostic data for greater efficiency, productivity, success, and overall well-being. At Lighthouse Testing we will work with you and your current therapist or counselor or recommend appropriate next steps. You may also work with Dr. Katherine Pang, PhD, ThM, LLM, a provisionally licensed psychologist working under the supervision of Dr. Michael Leach, PhD if you should decide you want to pursue a therapeutic relationship after receiving your report from your testing services.
(469) 789-1253
Dallas, Texas 75219
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