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Therapists in Dallas

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
Gail G Coburn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“Becoming Counseling Services derives its name from the understanding that life is a journey in which every person is evolving and becoming the person that s/he is meant to be. Becoming Counseling Services celebrates the diversity of humankind and is dedicated to assisting individuals in navigating the personal pilgrimage that is affected by one's familial, social, professional and spiritual spheres. All individuals are subject to unexpected roadblocks in life's journey and Becoming Counseling Services is not here to pathologize the challenges, but to help you meet them and soar above them.
(214) 666-5334
Dallas, Texas 75243
Natalie Kauder, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I am a licensed psychologist and I work with individuals of all ages experiencing a variety of concerns. I specialize in the treatment of anxiety, eating disorders, depression, and interpersonal/relational problems. I consider the mind to be multi-layered and believe that by understanding how psychological symptoms and dysfunctional behaviors are both protective and destructive, we can work to compassionately find alternatives. I aim to create a therapeutic environment where you feel safe to discuss your innermost thoughts and feelings. In therapy, we will explore what underlies your symptoms to achieve a greater understanding of yourself and your relationships.
(469) 275-4775
Dallas, Texas 75240
Cheryl Edinbyrd, Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, PhD, LCDC-I, RYT, PhD
“I work with clients who are dealing with complicated real life issues, including anger management, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, marital problems, adolescent issues and behavioral problems, chemical dependency, divorce recovery, trauma recovery, addictions and compulsive behaviors, and behavioral issues. Depending on what the client needs are, I utilize a holistic approach which focuses on mind (talk therapy), body (health, wellness, fitness) and soul (meditation, yoga, and spiritual issues). I also utilize Reiki therapy.
(469) 275-4592
Dallas, Texas 75228
Larry L Hanselka, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years experience providing psychological and behavioral treatments for drug and alcohol abuse/dependence, depression and anxiety, including responses to trauma, sexual concerns, interpersonal conflicts, workplace and academic difficulties, and life transition counseling (divorce, bereavement, career changes). I offer a strong specialty in addictive and compulsive behaviors, with an extensive background in treating substance abuse and chemical dependence, as well as bipolar and anxiety disorders including obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). I also specialize in psychological assessment (testing) to aid in the diagnostic evaluation of psychopathology, substance use, and screening for neuropsychological dysfunction.
(817) 266-4260
Dallas, Texas 75219
Whitney Whelan  in Dallas
“Whitney is a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern supervised by Denette Mann, Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor & Registered Play Therapy Supervisor. Whitney has extensive training in attachment, adoption, and trauma. She is certified as a Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) educator. Whitney is able to help parents identify tools and techniques to calm their children's challenging behaviors. She specializes in helping children and families after complex, developmental trauma like abuse, neglect, or orphanage care. She is trained to administer the Adult Attachment Interview. Whitney is dedicated to helping individuals and families find their strengths and resources to create preferred futures.
(214) 505-0745
Dallas, Texas 75230
Christopher Draffkorn  in Dallas
“I am open minded and non-judgmental. I believe in meeting clients where they are in life. I will work to establish clear goals and identify a plan of how to help you get better. Now, I know that sounds like every other therapist profile you've read so far. If you are tired of reading profiles, you can always meet me in person for a free consultation, by instantly reserving a time that works for you, though the scheduling page located on my website. I specialize in treating anxiety related disorders, PTSD and depression but I have experience in many other areas.
(469) 518-4218
Dallas, Texas 75228
Rachel Vendsel, Counselor  in Dallas
“Your most painful struggles may be the doorway to new growth and change. It is my joy to see this change happen in the lives of hurting individuals who are willing to commit to the counseling process. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been caring for others since 2006. I focus on marriage and family counseling, recovery from grief and loss, spiritual direction, and a wide range of other counseling topics. I seek to help you understand your story and find your voice so that you can achieve your counseling goals.
(972) 885-3284 x9
Dallas, Texas 75287
Orna Goldwater, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I am a collaborative psychologist. I encourage patients to combine thinking with utilizing their authentic, primary emotional response to people and events, when making a decision. I help patients to clarify their goals, their meaning system and ideals of how to have a good life, and what steps are needed to achieve that life. Therapy works when we build: mutual acceptance and trust, mutually accepted, measurable treatment goals, and, when we can change directions based on feedback. Psychotherapy involves identifying and removing barriers and learning new skills. Therapy ends when patients feel that they are satisfied with the results.
(469) 888-6158
Dallas, Texas 75287
Amy Einspruch, Counselor  in Dallas
“My approach to counseling is based on a variety of treatment modalities that I have learned throughout my career and tailor to your unique needs. I do not believe that "one size fits all" in counseling and I strive to build on your individual strengths and help you to maximize your potential for growth and fulfillment. My goal is to provide a safe and warm environment, where you and your family can feel comfortable to explore the past, gain personal insight and make positive changes when necessary. I am also an LPC-Supervisor and am accepting LPC-interns.
(214) 620-0918
Dallas, Texas 75225
Brandi M Chiarello, Counselor  in Dallas
“I provide PLAY THERAPY, PARENTING support, and counseling for TEENS and ADULTS! I am Brandi Chiarello, a Licensed Professional Counselor - Supervisor. The bulk of my counseling experience has been with individuals and families addressing behavioral issues, anxiety, depression, relationship problems, and coping with life changes such as divorce, transition to college, and the introduction of a new child to the family. I simply love supporting people in reaching their goals and would love the opportunity to help you reach yours! I will work with you to minimize emotional distress and bring the fun back into your life!
(469) 298-9930
Dallas, Texas 75287
Myrtle Hawkins, Counselor  in Dallas
“"Are you sad and confused?" I can help you understand the thoughts and feelings that influence behaviors. You can get help through counseling. It is generally short-term and focused on helping you deal with a very specific problem; M-F (appointments before 4), Saturdays (9-4p), and Sundays (2-4p) appointments are available. I am experienced in treating a wide range of disorders including: phobias, addictions, depression, and anxiety, couples issues, divorce issues and trauma.
(972) 351-8003
Dallas, Texas 75228
Rachel Hopkins, Counselor  in Dallas
“I have a passion for working with adolescent and young adult women. I believe this is such a formative time in life where many perceptions about self, others, and God are developed; these beliefs can either be true and therefore life-giving or they can be false and therefore devastating long-term. I have had the opportunity to work with girls through relationship struggles, body image insecurities, anxiety, depression, self-harm and performance based issues.
(972) 733-0050 x7
Dallas, Texas 75287
Annemarie St John  in Dallas
“You Are Here for a Reason! Perhaps you are feeling overwhelmed, out of control, disconnected from your authentic self; depression, anxiety, stress; a relationship ending, a career change, gender identity, or sexual orientation. You've made a decision to begin therapy. It can be scary and overwhelming, or exciting and cathartic. You may not be sure that this is the right decision, or that you are actually ready to begin your healing process. I can help you. Call or email me for a Free Phone Consultation now (972) 809-4167 and start feeling better today. I welcome your call.
(972) 992-7110
Dallas, Texas 75234
Zephyr L Carson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you or loved one experiencing serious emotional problems, having unwanted thoughts, or acting in troubling ways? Are you or your loved one having problems at school, work, or home? I have a vast array of experiences in helping youth, adults, and families make positive changes. I am driven to help each client develop a better quality of life. It is never too early or too late to grow from difficult experiences. Stressful day to day tasks, traumatic experiences, grief/loss, physical and mental health problems are among the many problems that I can help you and your family overcome.
(817) 769-2792
Dallas, Texas 75232
Jennifer J Ferguson, Counselor  in Dallas
“I went into counseling because I really love talking with people. I also feel I have a knack for helping others. I have worked with teens for almost 20 years and in counseling for 3 years as they struggle with depression, anxiety, and normal teen struggles. I also have experience working with individuals who are dealing with abuse, trauma, addiction and recovery, or are just struggling to cope with life. I truly believe that everyone deserves to have someone listen to them.
(972) 734-1738
Dallas, Texas 75243
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
Intown Counseling and Education Center, Counselor  in Dallas
“Finding the right psychotherapist can seem like a daunting task for many. Sometimes you want to find a therapist that will support you, and other times you may be looking for direction and challenge. I know that establishing an authentic relationship is key. My clients care for others; but neglect their own unhappiness. When we work together, it is all about your healing, development, and progress. Humor, compassion, and empathy, are central to my therapeutic work, and I will be an involved and lively partner in your journey. Together we will find ways to meet your needs and goals within your unique situation.
(469) 574-6000
Dallas, Texas 75204
Barbara Ann Yonan, Ph.D. & Associates, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I specialize in clinical evaluations of children and adults. I am bilingual (Spanish-speaking) and have advanced certification in school neuropsychology. I also am a school psychologist (LSSP). I have vast experience in working in and with schools, including U.S. military schools around the world. I have worked with juvenile probation departments and attorneys. My psychological evaluations of children and adults include: -- Emotional and mental concerns -- Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity -- Intellectual and achievement needs -- Child Custody issues -- Autism and Asperger concerns -- Gifted and Talented issues -- Learning differences -- Learning disabilities -- Brain Injuries -- Probation Department concerns -- Bariatric (Weight loss surgery) appropriateness
(409) 276-6322
Dallas, Texas 75230
Solutions Outpatient Services, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Dallas
“I believe that addictions are about that "Hole in your Soul". Which is why in 1995 a opened Solutions Outpatient Services Intensive Outpatient Program (adult substance abuse treatment program) and Soul Food IOP (adult eating disorder treatment) in September 2013. The work I do is to help not only the addict, but their immediate family, extended family and friends. With so many sigmas and misunderstandings about addiction, I have found that if we can embrace them as wounded and hurt, then we can help them heal and recovery. I have incorporated the concept of treating addiction as an attachment disorder.
(214) 516-7703
Dallas, Texas 75209
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