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Therapists in Arlington

Margaret Felty, Counselor  in Arlington
“If you're depressed, experiencing marriage problems, or grieving the loss of a beloved pet, keep reading! As a therapist, I have over 25 years' experience guiding people through depression, anxiety, grief, and relationship problems. Life is tough, but therapy can help! When you change your thoughts, you can change your life. Let me be your guide.
(972) 375-9912
Arlington, Texas 76018
Aashish Parikh, Psychiatrist  in Arlington
“Dr. Parikh is board certified in psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and he specializes in treating adults with psychiatric illness (e.g. ADHD, anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, etc.). Dr. Parikh is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. Dr. Parikh was born and raised in Dallas, Texas.
(817) 756-7860
Arlington, Texas 76018
Lisa D Hensley, Psychologist  in Arlington
“I provide psychotherapy to adult clients, both on an individual basis and within the context of significant relationship(s). I see clients whose gender or sexual orientation do not fit neatly into the boxes assigned at birth. I work with clients struggling with depression, grief, loss, and body image issues. I see both couples and those in non-traditional family structures who are experiencing relationship problems. Clients also seek help with such sexual issues as low desire, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, pain during intercourse, problems related to health conditions, or relationship struggles that have a sexual component.
(817) 385-9498
Arlington, Texas 76006
Dan McGee, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, FAACS
“For over 35 years I have enjoyed working with individuals, couples and families seeking to find balance in their lives. I'm best known for my research, writing and treatment of stress-related issues, although I've also been published in the areas of sexual dysfunctions and the search for emotional intimacy in marriage. I'm a former psychology professor, director of a family psychology graduate program, and nationally and internationally certified in several speciaties. I treat individuals seeking help with depression, various forms of anxiety (published in panic disorder) and created the ABCs of Stress(r), a widely used approach to stress management.
(817) 756-9616
Arlington, Texas 76010
“Depression and anxiety cause people to stain their future with hopelessness. I love to help people see how their present problems associate with issues from their past while coloring their future with hopefulness. Therapy can help you establish boundaries, control your emotions while reacting to problems, redirect issues in relationships that have gotten off-track, and focus on a positive future.
(817) 484-0844
Arlington, Texas 76017
Paige Chambers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you a parent raising a teen with behavioral challenges? Has your marriage hit a road-block? Do you struggle with the effects of past abuse, depression or anxiety? Chances are you've tried to resolve the challenges you face by yourself, with little resolve. With over 10 years of helping individuals and families progress, I'm an avid believer that the counseling experience should fit you and your needs. I'd like to be your professional partner in helping you to successfully achieve personal growth and develop healthier relationships with your family, friends & co-workers.
(682) 738-5948
Arlington, Texas 76010
Epiphany Counseling Services, Counselor  in Arlington
“The mission of Epiphany Counseling Services is to offer efficient, comprehensive mental health counseling to the community. We are dedicated to helping our clients improve their lives and reach their highest potential. We strive to eliminate all barriers to accessing counseling services by offering a variety of payment options including insurance and a sliding scale payment plan.
(682) 518-2390
Arlington, Texas 76017
Michael Carney, Counselor  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, LMFT, LCDC, LBSW
“My goals as a therapist is to help my clients better understand themselves and to help them figure out how to live fulfilled, productive lives. I work with individuals, couples, and families with many different issues including addictions, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, relationship issues, and developmental issues with children and adolescents. My approach to therapy is cognitive with a person-oriented emphasis. I also have experience and training in many different contemporary approaches to therapy. Give me a call...let's talk.
(817) 727-8406
Arlington, Texas 76017
Amanda Malcom, LPC-Intern (JaimeCorona, LPC-S)  in Arlington
“When counseling clients, I like to take the time to get acquainted with my client beyond their presenting problem. No matter what the problem is, a client always has strengths that can be used as a foundation to build on. My passion is working with children, adolescents, and teens; thus utilizing my teaching background in the counseling setting to better explore the problems that today's youth struggle with, such as academic underachievement, low self-esteem, bullying, anxiety, and depression.
(817) 330-8151
Arlington, Texas 76011
Janelle Alford, Counselor  in Arlington
“I believe that you are the expert on you. It is my job to meet you where you are, provide a safe place for you to work, and help you direct/redirect your energy towards what works best for you. I work with clients of all ages; however, as my practice has developed it has become increasingly geared towards children aged 2-6. This is an age group I enjoy working with and a need I can help meet in the community, as I have received consistent feedback from parents that it is particularly difficult to find counselors willing to work with young children.
(817) 962-2415
Arlington, Texas 76017
Perla Salazar  in Arlington
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern in the state of Texas. I have experience working mainly with children and adolescents, but enjoy working with adults as well. I am very passionate about helping children heal all while increasing their self-worth, self-esteem, and self-control. I enjoy working with a diverse population and using my bilingual skills to assist with that. My focus of treatment is building and establishing a relationship between client and counselor.
(817) 385-1652
Arlington, Texas 76017
Charles H. Anderson, Counselor  in Arlington
“The joy of serving others, I believe is one of the reasons that were are here on earth to achieve. One of the purposes of a counselor is to encourage people on this journey of life that has eternal value. The compassion to help others in this profession simply stems from the desire to facilitate others to overcome failures that stems from the issues of life. Often times in life when disappointment occurs at any capacity the process of recovery is painful; however it is my vision to counsel, encourage, teach, coach and to hope individuals in having Joy.
(817) 494-1873
Arlington, Texas 76018
Maria Dowding,   in Arlington
“Personal and professional development coaching supports the desire to move forward with confidence and a strategic plan for success. If the issue is lack of direction, motivation, and clarity - the answer is defining how to get what you want. Working with a professional coach is based on getting your life moving in a way that empowers you. For an free initial assessment or to start today call for an appointment and find out more about the power of personal and professional development coaching.
(469) 518-2692
Arlington, Texas 76017
Dr. Willis, Psychologist, Psychologist  in Arlington
“I work with chronic stress from trauma, marital or familial crises, a feelings of shame and worthlessness, loss of loved ones,and chronic pain or deteriorating health. My clients are age 13 and older. I do not provide psychological evaluations or forensic services such as custody disputes or workman's compensation assessments.
(817) 405-4986
Arlington, Texas 76017
Julie Ross Pittman, Psychiatrist  in Arlington
“I am board certified in general adult (18 and up) psychiatry and addiction psychiatry and see adult psychiatric patients who need medication management. I also do individual psychotherapy with my focus being on change work and behavioral interventions. I see patients in Arlington on Monday - Friday. The office is closed on Thursday. I have a fee-for-services office that is out of network for all insurance carriers.
(682) 518-2308
Arlington, Texas 76015
Eartha J Camon, Counselor  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC-S, CART, BCPC
“I provide "PRACTICAL, POSITIVE, PRODUCTIVE and PERSONAL" assistance for individuals, couples and families seeking help with anger issues, anxiety, blended families, chronic pain, depression, divorce, educational deficits, grief & loss, intimacy, mood disorders, relapse prevention, stress management, substance abuse, trauma, and work place health issues.
(817) 438-0145
Arlington, Texas 76015
Donna Campbell, Psychologist  in Arlington
“The most important decisions a parent will make will be those concerning their child. Taking the step to improve your child's emotional and/or behavioral functioning by seeking out therapy during times of distress should be met with the utmost respect and care. I prefer to approach therapy with youth in a flexible manner in order to increase their comfort level, as well as their willingness to trust me and the therapeutic process.
(682) 622-0345
Arlington, Texas 76015
“Complex issues are a specialty: when legal issues are involved such as child custody or criminal matters; if coordination of medication with your physician is needed along with therapy; if medical problems are altering your mood and relationships; when job or school performance is influenced by personal issues and problems; if you are needing to make thoughtful decisions about serious situations involving yourself or others; and older children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families are among my clients.
(817) 601-7877
Arlington, Texas 76013
Renata Cunha  in Arlington
“I'm a Licensed Master Social Worker, licensed in the state of Texas. I'm currently working towards my Clinical Social Work License under supervision at Bright Side Family Therapy. Bright Side Family Therapy is specialized in working with families and individuals through the use of a solution focused approach, specifically those dealing with family conflict, grief/loss, life transitions, behavioral concerns, parenting issues and immigration issues.
(469) 530-3471
Arlington, Texas 76010
Monica Simpson  in Arlington
“Are you overcome with feelings of hopelessness and anxiety? Is sadness, anxiety or grief getting in the way of your day-to-day life? Do you feel like you are all alone in your struggles? You don't have to be alone.
(817) 798-1982
Arlington, Texas 76006
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