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Therapists in Dallas

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
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
Christopher Scott Taylor, Counselor  in Dallas
“Christopher S. Taylor, M.A. is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary with a Masters in Counseling. He is currently working in private practice and holds several premarital and marital counseling certificates including both Prepare/Enrich and PREP. Chris provides therapeutic treatment for individuals and couples struggling with; anxiety, depression, sducidal ideation, life purpose, premarital therapy, marriage therapy and divorce recovery.
(979) 227-4186
Dallas, Texas 75231
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
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
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
Barbara Hunt- Elkins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you frustrated because you seem to be having the same unproductive conversations with your spouse, boss, or teenager? I specialize in helping couples and families achieve healthier relationships, better communication, and more effective coping skills. I also treat individual adults and adolescents struggling with depression, anxiety, stress, grief, and eating disorders. I have extensive experience in brief problem focused therapy as well as longer term, more intensive psychodynamic work. Many of my clients are high functioning, professional couples in stressful careers, who are trying to balance the demands of their profession with their individual needs and those of their family.
(972) 882-6530
Dallas, Texas 75230
Abel Tomatis, Psychologist  in Dallas
“"PROGRESS, NOT PERFECTION." Three simple words with profound implications. People seek therapy for one fundamental reason: Something in their life is not working, and they want to find a solution, an answer, to make things right again. In other words, people come to counseling to change what is no longer effective. "WITH EACH STEP, I AM GETTING STRONGER." This is my guiding philosophy, personally and professionally. I firmly believe that with enough time, support and guidance, everyone is capable of creating the change, the progress they want in their life.
(469) 629-7283
Dallas, Texas 75252
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
Robert G Rose,   in Dallas
“Rose Portefield Group (RPG Inc) is a woman-owned company that helps organizations in all people areas with an emphasis on assessment, executive coaching and teambuilding. We have written books, articles and chapters on assessment and have assessed thousands of executives. The Principals, Dr. Robyn Porterfield, Managing Principal, and Dr. Bob Rose have a combined 45 years of full-time business experience. We have experience in all people-at-work areas (except search which we do not do.) .
(214) 919-9177
Dallas, Texas 75225
Elizabeth Newsom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you find that you have dissatisfaction with your life? Are your relationships strained? Is something wrong but you can't place what it is? Do you know what is wrong but just don't know how to fix it? If find that you identify with any of these questions, Realistic Expectations, PLLC, can help you.
(972) 325-5455
Dallas, Texas 75287
Don Watts, Counselor  in Dallas
“Being in practice for the past 30 years has provided me extensive experience with a broad array of people with various life problems. My practice is composed of people that are experiencing everyday issues just as we all do at times. I work with depression, anxiety problems, divorce, relationship issues, life stress, addiction and marital, individual and family counseling issues.
(214) 444-6955
Dallas, Texas 75230
Tina Ferreira, Counselor  in Dallas
“I truly believe that a skilled and compassionate therapist can be a great asset to individuals that are looking for a consultant/coach to assist/challenge them to a healthier life style. My personal approach to counseling is educational and directive and I use Cognitive Behavior Therapy to promote healthy thinking and positive outcomes.
(214) 347-7636
Dallas, Texas 75231
Jeremy Cassius, Counselor  in Dallas
“I treat client that have general mental health issues. I enjoy working with adolescents and adults who need help with depression, anxiety, career, anger, and loss. I partner with attorneys and the court system to perform assessment for legal proceedings. I work with personal injury attorneys, family attorneys, and criminal attorneys. I partner with immigration attorneys to perform mental health assessment for clients seeking "extreme psychological hardship" or VAWA waiver.
(214) 516-7435
Dallas, Texas 75243
Candy Marcum, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT, LPC
“What brings meaning to life is healthy relationships. Romantic relationships can be the best thing in your life..... and the most painful thing in your life.Why is that? It's because you can be vulnerable with the person you love. This vulnerability makes you close but also opens you up to pain. Relationships are not fulfilling and meaningful if you cannot be vulnerable. How do you find the courage to take a risk being vulnerable with another person? Learn the skills that can bring safety to your romantic relationship. Give me a call: 214-521-1278
(214) 506-2629
Dallas, Texas 75219
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
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
Martha Ryan, Counselor  in Dallas
“Change is possible and relationships can be improved and restored. Life can be challenging as we experience various trials and difficulties. My desire is to come alongside you as you face the struggles you are experiencing and begin to make changes that is possible through God's grace. I believe there is hope to restore relationships as we allow God to transform our hearts. I am passionate about helping individuals who are struggling with depression, anxiety, body image, addictions, relationship and abuse issues.
(972) 639-5256 x4
Dallas, Texas 75287
Judy Balber, Counselor  in Dallas
“I work around your busy schedule with evening and Saturday appointments available. My approach is warm, direct and down to earth. I tend to be solution focused and set a priority on helping you make progress quickly.
(214) 516-7024
Dallas, Texas 75244
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
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