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Therapists in 75225

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
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
Michelle Apple, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you frustrated with your child or teenager's behavior? Do you worry that something might be wrong? Possibly the home is chaotic and there is more fighting due to the issues surrounding your child's problem or your inability to parent your child. I help parents and children discover what the root of such behaviors and family discord is. I help diagnosis childhood and teenager's issues such as depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, obsessive compulsive disorder, post traumatic stress. I help families work more effectively with their children and with their issues.
(214) 919-8483
Dallas, Texas 75225
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 75225
Marie Krebs, Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LPC, SRT, LCDC, CCPS
“My primary goal as a therapist is to provide you with a safe place to explore your thoughts and feelings, in a caring, supportive and respectful environment. I have extensive experience providing psychological and behavioral treatments for drug and alcohol abuse/dependence, depression and anxiety, interpersonal relationships, divorce, grief and loss. I use an integrated approach which draws on the best practices of various counseling theories and I tailor these treatments for each client. Together we will work to help you discover and access your personal wisdom and strength in order to find solutions to your interpersonal or psychological issues.
(469) 212-9897
Dallas, Texas 75225
Gail A Chester, Psychologist  in Dallas
“Insight. Balance. Growth. These 3 elements are what I have found people are seeking when forming a working relationship with a professional psychologist. A balanced therapeutic perspective, someone who listens with insight, and a plan created WITH the client for sustained personal and/or professional growth - this is what I offer in my work with clients. It's an approach that has been successful with clients for over 15 years. My clients describe me as warm, genuine and caring and the process of change as enjoyable even though at times life circumstances can be difficult.
(214) 919-8813
Dallas, Texas 75225
Elizabeth D Sperberg, Psychologist  in Dallas
“AWARENESS. EMPOWERMENT. GROWTH. These are the factors that my clients feel support their change process most effectively. I facilitate this process with an active and interactive style with emphasis on the client's emotional safety and involvement in therapy. The relationship between the client and myself is a key element in my approach. My focus is on the whole person involving emotion, thought, body, and beliefs. My clients describe me as open, direct, insightful, and deeply caring. They acknowledge my philosophy works for them by successfully achieving their goals and inspiring their continued desire to grow.
(469) 518-6922
Dallas, Texas 75225
Steven R Kelly, Counselor  in Dallas
“Sometimes seeing a counselor for the first time can be anxiety producing. Often we don't know what to expect. We come to the session with pre-conceived notions of what it will be like. I work hard to provide a safe and comfortable environment for clients so that they can trust not only me, but the process. I begin with where you are. I have found that the "best fit" client is one who has the capacity to be honest, open-minded, and willing. There's not a lot that can be done if those three elements are absent.
(318) 595-4457
Dallas, Texas 75225
Bailey Counseling, Counselor  in Dallas
“I specialize in working with adults, teens and children through talk, art, sand and play therapy techniques. I also specialize in working with grief and loss and infertility. As a counselor, I believe that we all have room to grow, change and heal. It may not be an easy path, but I believe that the journey is worth the work. If you are ready to make a step towards a healthier and happy you, call or email me today. "Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it." -Helen Keller
(214) 705-3160
Dallas, Texas 75225
Ann Heinrich, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA
“Relationships are our most powerful connections. It's not about blame, but realizing what your coping patterns are and when they are no longer working for you. If you are struggling, I would love to help you find direction and encouragement. I believe in building a trusting and honest relationship with my clients so that I can best serve their individual needs.I see children and teens that are struggling to be "enough," often seen as anxiety. I use a variety of tools; art, play and sand tray for younger clients.
(469) 203-4433
Dallas, Texas 75225
Myron S. Lazar, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I am in the full time private practice of psychotherapy and psychoanalysis for adults. I like to work with people who want to understand themselves and find more satisfaction in their work, love relations, and friendships. I have 30 plus years of experience doing individual, group and couples psychotherapy and 15 years as a certified, adult psychoanalyst. If you are motivated to change, and willing to explore your reluctance to do so, I can help you get to a place where you are finding more satisfaction and success in your life.
(214) 901-7899
Dallas, Texas 75225
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 therapy process can unfold.
(214) 997-6591
Dallas, Texas 75225
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 www.b-edwards.com.
(214) 997-6532
Dallas, Texas 75225
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
Nicole Mangum, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I'm specifically trained in using cognitive behavioral therapy with my clients that are faced with challenges of depression, anxiety, attention deficit disorder, and weight management. I perform psychoeducational assessments, implement behavioral reinforcement systems, and work to help families learn to improve their way of coping with their diagnosis through anger management, solution-focused, and cognitive therapy approaches. My goal is to engage the entire family in the process toward healing.
(214) 506-2454
Dallas, Texas 75225
Keith Bernardo, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I provide treatment for a wide array of psychological concerns including but not limited to depression, anxiety disorders, relational concerns, issues of self-identity, and adjustment to loss or trauma.
(214) 499-9439
Dallas, Texas 75225
Gina Bolanos, Counselor  in Dallas
“I work with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. My counseling approach is warm, nurturing, collaborative, and supportive. I use an eclectic mix of mindfulness, cognitive behavioral, and solution-focused therapy techniques based on each client's individual needs. I approach therapy sessions with a strengths-based style - guiding clients as they gently process emotional distress, build coping skills, improve social support networks, and actively work toward goals which parallel their values and feelings of inner peace.
(940) 355-0053
Dallas, Texas 75225
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
Bruce W Cameron, Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LPC-S, LSOTP, CAS
“The mission is to provide quality counseling services in an atmosphere that is friendly pleasant and efficient. My primary clientelle are adolescents, adults, and families that are seeking services related to substance use disorders, compulsive internet abuse, sexual offending/issues, ADHD issues, and Federal criminal offenses. I am a Christian cognitive behavioral and values-based counselor that believes in "right and wrong." I avoid moral relativism and assist clients in their journey toward positive self-growth and psychological development. Clients are expected to work diligently toward agreed upon goals and respond to interventions that include a program of personal accountability.
(214) 431-2032
Dallas, Texas 75225
Margery D E Boucher, Counselor  in Dallas
“I specialize in many areas of counseling. I desire to help all people and have chosen this profession out of a love for others and what I feel is a God-given desire and ability to affect change in the lives of others. I am drawn to struggles of adolescence. There is such an opportunity to guide and build character, help and support growth, and see lasting changes that can make a drastic impact of their lives as adults. Please allow me the honor to be there for you, your family, your loved one.
(214) 982-0029
Dallas, Texas 75225

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