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Therapists in Dallas

Lindsay O'Connor  in Dallas
“My hope is to provide a safe and relaxed space where you, your adolescent, or family can experience freedom, change, and renewal. I have a strong desire to serve my clients with respect and empathy, while encouraging them in their personal journey. I believe change happens in the context of relationship and that finding the right therapist is of upmost importance. I have over 15 years experience working with adolescents and young adults in churches and schools and trust this will serve my future clients well.
(913) 828-5410
Dallas, Texas 75240
Amy Ann Porras, Counselor  in Dallas
“My goals for my clients is to move from a place of pain and suffering to growth and healing. I am a LPC and specialize in challenges of pre and post divorce, pre-marital, and couples seeking healing, understanding, and intimacy. I also help individuals that struggle with anxiety, depression, codependency, anger management, bipolar, cutting, lack of assertiveness by reaching a healthy self-concept. My goals for family therapy is to provide a safe place to explore and understand one another to connect.
(469) 240-5251
Dallas, Texas 75201
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
Jan Dice, Counselor  in Dallas
“My practice is unique as I do both clinical counseling and career/executive coaching. Clinical counseling deals with emotional concerns. Career coaching addresses finding the right career path, making decisions regarding entrepreneurial ventures or retirement options. In many instances career coaching and emotional concerns appear concurrently. Executive Coaching covers leadership & management skills. I have extensive experience in career counseling and executive coaching. For the past 15 years I have worked in person and virtually with thousands of clients globally. I also assist adolescents in college coaching. We work together to match their interests with colleges. I then provide guidance throughout the entire college application process.
(972) 893-9087
Dallas, Texas 75248
Avery McManis Hoenig, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help patients manage mood and anxiety related symptoms. This type of intervention views the patient as the expert in his or her own symptoms and builds on this expertise by teaching strategies and skills to address problem areas. I have had the opportunity to work with children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of different settings and have been able to effectively reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression in many cases. I work together with my clients and utilize a collaborative therapeutic relationship to help them meet their goals.
(214) 843-1930
Dallas, Texas 75230
Michael Salas, Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC-S, LCDC, CSAT
“If you're looking for a gay therapist in Dallas who personally understands the confusion, frustration, and difficulties that can come with being gay or lesbian, look no further. Whether it be problems in your relationship, a lack of acceptance from your family, or confusion about who you are, I can help. Together we will find ways to work on your relationship, help improve your self-esteem, and feel better about yourself and life in general. Call me today to see how I can help you feel how you want to feel.
(214) 390-9550
Dallas, Texas 75219
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
Lauren Peacock  in Dallas
“My desire is to guide clients to hope and healing amidst the hurts that life can bring. I understand that seeking help and creating change in one's life can be uncomfortable but counseling can be a safe place to express hurts and find solutions and ways to cope. My belief is that we are relational beings and that family, friends and romantic relationships greatly impact our thoughts and behaviors. I am passionate about helping clients to find healing from the relationships that have hurt them and enhance the struggling relationships.
(214) 307-6256 x54
Dallas, Texas 75206
Marilyn Powell, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I love helping couples and individuals learn new tools and skills to improve their lives, relate better to each other, and heal their families. Building better and new relationships, coping with and resolving pain from the past, and moving forward to a meaningful future are all focus areas of my work with clients. The therapy process can be challenging, but change is possible and even in difficult relationships, conflict can be reduced and all clients can grow and evolve in healthier ways with enhanced clarity and peace.
(469) 203-4330
Dallas, Texas 75287
Lorri Lancashire, Counselor  in Dallas
“In most cases, people seek out therapy because they are experiencing a certain amount of pain in their life. I offer solution focused therapy providing clients with the opportunity to get out of pain, while also offering the chance to deepen their understanding of why they are experiencing uncertainty. Whether or not you are experiencing difficulty in your relationships or you are confused about where life seems to be taking you, I will collaborate with you to uncover a solution. I hope that I will have the pleasure of guiding you through this time in your life.
(214) 997-6932
Dallas, Texas 75209
Samantha B Siegel, Counselor  in Dallas
“"If you always do what you've always done, then you'll always get what you always got." I believe that if you are searching for a therapist, then you are ready for a positive and meaningful change in your life. I would like to help you! I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Masters in Psychology from Tulane University and a Masters of Education in Counseling from the University of North Texas. I love helping children, adolescents, and adults find ways to grow and learn new ways of relating to others.
(972) 528-0056
Dallas, Texas 75204
Jennifer Hartman, Psychologist  in Dallas
“*I am not accepting new patients at this time.* Are you feeling unsure about how to handle new situations or resolve old problems? Feeling beaten down or overwhelmed by life? Do even small bumps in the road cause significant distress? I provide a safe, collaborative environment for you to talk through problems, get authentic feedback, and make positive changes. In our work together, you can expect personalized support in achieving wellness through attention to mind, body, spirit, and relationships. To address your unique needs, I tailor my work using research-supported treatments, including interpersonal therapy, mindfulness-based therapies, and EMDR.
(214) 531-3152
Dallas, Texas 75231
Robin Binnig, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I am a clinical psychologist specializing in evaluation and treatment of adults and children. My services include diagnostic evaluations, including testing for personality, intelligence, academic achievement, learning disabilities, ADHD, depression, anxiety, career interests and aptitudes, etc. My practice is comprised of approximately one-third evaluation cases, one-third treatment (individual and group psychotherapy) and one-third skills training (e.g., Life Skills training classes, Stress Management training, etc.). I can evaluate children ages six and up, as well as adults. I am also happy to make referrals to appropriate practitioners as needed.
(972) 200-1251
Dallas, Texas 75243
Sabrina Marie Janecek  in Dallas
“My passion is working with children and families, whether that is coping with normal life transition difficulties (e.g., separation anxiety, bed wetting, behavior problems in school, etc.) or dealing with the harder stuff (e.g., attachment disorders, divorce, bullying, abuse, etc.) I facilitate play therapy with kiddos, and have a playroom with a variety of toys where children are able to use their natural language of play to express needs in a developmentally appropriate manner.
(469) 425-2149
Dallas, Texas 75205
Barbara Paxton, Counselor  in Dallas
“Are you ready for a new beginning? I have extensive experience helping clients overcome obstacles and find personal empowerment. I specialize in life transitions.
(469) 502-7824
Dallas, Texas 75219
“With my experience as clinician and teacher at the internationally-recognized Menninger Clinic and training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, I have special expertise in working with adults who are struggling to change paralyzing, painful or self-defeating patterns of experience, including depression, anxiety, relationship or work problems, low self-esteem and failure to achieve potential. My approach is based on a nonjudgmental and respectful manner and strong focus on establishing trust and feelings of safety within the treatment as we work toward your goals together.
(832) 612-3358
Dallas, Texas 75230
Casey Matter, Counselor  in Dallas
“Specializing in teen, adult and relationship therapy, I provide therapeutic treatment for managing and overcoming anxiety, physical, sexual and emotional abuse, relationship issues, emotional eating and other compulsive behaviors. I approach counseling from a holistic perspective and believe issues are most successfully addressed when considered in the context of one's life as a whole. My highest priority is that clients feel safe and understood, and my goal is to help you gain insight into your own thoughts, feelings and behaviors so that you may experience healing and be empowered to make adaptive, satisfying choices in your life and relationships.
(214) 997-6788
Dallas, Texas 75231
“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
Sarah Aberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work from a relational perspective, believing in a person's ability to make positive changes in their life through beneficial relationships. I have extensive experience helping people resolve past difficulties in mood and anxiety regulation, adapting to significant changes, and problems in significant relationships. My experience is in helping people overcome past traumas and adapt to present circumstances.
(214) 306-8068
Dallas, Texas 75215
Anne Smith, Psychologist  in Dallas
“My name is Dr. Anne Smith. I am a licensed psychologist. I specialize in working with adults who have generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder ("anxiety attacks"), social anxiety, and depression.
(214) 506-2819
Dallas, Texas 75206
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