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Welcome to the Dallas Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Dallas, Texas.

Therapists in Dallas

David Terpstra, Counselor  in Dallas
“Clients in my practice experience Caring, Respect, Energy, and Effective Counseling Skills to facilitate Hope, help resolve Difficulties, and assist in Relationships. Pursuit of help is not always an easy step to take. Whether your marriage is strained, you've had a recent loss, your mood has sunk, or your life feels unfulfilled, I believe that I could help you. With nearly 17 years as a licensed counselor/marriage & family therapist, I enjoy seeing clients grow in ways they never imagined!
(214) 646-1024
Dallas, Texas 75214
Coach Aprill, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“If you are are planning to start your own business, change careers, and/or in need of coaching to improve your relationship with money, then you and I would make a good team. I would love to partner with you to help you achieve success in your business, career, or financial goals.
(972) 996-6520
Dallas, Texas 75202
“As women, we face a multitude of issues specific to us as daughters, wives, girlfriends, mothers, professionals, grandmothers, parental caretakers and just as people. That is why Women’s Mental Wellness was founded – to give women the special care they need to help them navigate the waters of each stage of their lives.
(214) 390-6667
Dallas, Texas 75231
Harold D Duncan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LPC, LMFT
“Dr. Duncan has been a psychotherapist in private practice since 1981. For 15 years, he was an Instructor in Psychology at the University of Texas at Dallas. For 10 years, he served as Behavioral Medicine Coordinator for the Baylor Family Practice Residency Program at Garland. He currently is an Adjunct Professor in the Counseling department at Southern Methodist University.
(972) 360-9414
Dallas, Texas 75230
Christiane Roehrborn, Counselor  in Dallas
“Relationships and human connections are very important to most people. Communication and interaction with others is not always as easy as you and I wish. Life circumstances and our personalities influence the way we all cope with life and relationships. If your life is not what you want it to be today, you are not flawed or need 'to be fixed' in some way, but you can learn to understand yourself better and change perspectives to create a happier life, one more suited for you.
(214) 238-9124
Dallas, Texas 75230
Ann Dunnewold, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I believe we're shaped by biological (heredity, diet, hormones), psychosocial (peers, family, job stress), and psychological influences (thoughts, self-esteem, perfectionism). Addressing the mind-body interaction is critical. I guide and teach, helping clients learn new skills such as meditation and meridian tapping to handle life stresses. Clients who are the best fit with my style wish to let go of negative patterns of self-doubt, guilt, worry, and feeling "never good enough." My therapy focus is here-and-now, focusing on mind-body habits, to develop new behaviors, recondition brain connections, to go beyond mere understanding or insight.
(214) 343-1353 x2
Dallas, Texas 75231
Nancy A Umphres, Counselor  in Dallas
“I am an active, directive therapist. Fifty minutes spent with me will feel very different than a chat with a friend. I will teach you new skills, give you new ideas, help you change negative behavior patterns and help you improve your relationships. I work with individuals, both adults and children, couples and families. I help with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, parenting issues, addiction concerns, career or job matters and life adjustments. I work efficiently, helping you to feel better quickly and helping you to continue to function well while we work together.
(972) 665-6280
Dallas, Texas 75230
Jim (Flip) San Filippo, Counselor  in Dallas
“If you are experiencing discomfort, we will act together to resolve it. Perhaps the 'problem' may remain, but the affect it has on you can be changed, freeing you from it. Learning to COUNSEL YOURSELF through any situation is achievable. I will teach you. Much of our suffering is related to self-defeating beliefs that lead to unwanted emotions, behaviors, and attitudes. Let's explore these. Another purpose in the course of therapy will be to help you develop a POSITIVE RELATIONSHIP with yourself and others. Looking deeply and honestly are essential. SELF-AWARENESS and MINDFULNESS are key.
(214) 785-0504
Dallas, Texas 75204
Michael L. Brock, Counselor  in Dallas
“In my counseling practice, I help adults and older adolescents work through their concerns on issues such as marriage and family, life coaching, parenting, relationship, self-esteem, depression, anxiety, stress, spirituality, career, and change of life.
(469) 507-2669
Dallas, Texas 75230
Bill Wilcox, Counselor  in Dallas
“Welcome. You may be considering counseling for the first time or returning for services that have benefited you in the past. In our first meeting, I would listen to learn about the problems or symptons that prompted you to consider counseling at this time and use my training and experience as a Licensed Professional Counselor to recommend options for you that have benefited others. I would invite you to select from these options a style that you prefer to use as we work together to reach your goals.
(972) 891-9728
Dallas, Texas 75230
Catherine Johnson, Counselor  in Dallas
“Therapy can be intimidating, I strive to create an environment that is warm and welcoming. It is not unusual to feel apprehensive about starting therapy, these fears can usually be alleviated within the first session or two.
(214) 771-8940
Dallas, Texas 75230
Stephanie Burchell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, CFLE
“Are you looking to achieve real and lasting change in your personal life? Would you like to get the most out of your relationships - even save your marraige? As a Marriage & Family Therapist, it's my mission to help clients improve their emotional wellbeing, enhance their intimate relationships and inspire a sense of hope when all else seems hopeless. I use an emotion-focused approach to therapy that has been substantially researched as a highly effective model for relieving distress among couples, reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression, resolving conflict, restoring lines of communication and re-establishing a secure emotional bond.
(214) 901-7395
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
“My goal is to help you uncover your true potential for healthy and satisfying relationships in your life. While we cannot change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand how your past is impacting current challenges in your relationships and then work on solutions. We will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing healthier relationships.
(469) 721-6441
Dallas, Texas 75206
Chloe Zingaro, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a therapist, I want to help you develop a life worth living. We will work together to set goals, learn new coping skills, implement new behaviors, and explore values so that you can build a life that you are passionate about. In the words of Marsha Linehan, creator of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, I believe, " the most caring thing a therapist can do is to help clients change in ways that bring them closer to their own ultimate goals."
(469) 530-2267
Dallas, Texas 75231
Carrie Beaird, Counselor  in Dallas
“The purpose of therapy is to grow as a person and through the growth process affect changes in one’s life and relationships. As a therapist, I see my role as short term in nature, walking with people through sometimes very difficult chapters in their lives. Individual results in therapy vary, for in the final analysis the client decides their level of commitment to change and personal growth. However, the decision to begin the process of therapy is a courageous commitment to take the first step on the journey of self-discovery and growth.
(972) 559-0165
Dallas, Texas 75248
Adele Hurst, Psychologist  in Dallas
“If you are disappointed in your current relationship/marriage or you are frustrated with your lack of success in being in a relationship, I can help you develop the tools necessary to have more meaningful, satisfying patterns. If you are not getting the satisfaction out of your life that you want, whether it is due to anxiety, depression, self-sabotage, or poor interpersonal skills, I can help you by assessing your unique problems, by listening to your goals, and by recommending a treatment plan that will culminate in success for you.
(214) 368-5855
Dallas, Texas 75231
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
Amie Hamaker, Counselor  in Dallas
“I specialize in helping adolescents, young adults and adults who struggle with eating disorders, mood disorders, and/or substance use disorders. Our work together will focus on identifying and working through the underlying causes of these emotional disorders by addressing issues such as symptom management, body image and self-esteem, motivation for change, interpersonal difficulties, and emotion regulation.
(469) 437-4822
Dallas, Texas 75231
Carol Ross, Counselor  in Dallas
“I believe that everyone has times when they need help getting through life's difficulties. I also believe that within each of us, we have inner strength and capabilities that we may not be aware of. I think it is my job as a therapist to help you discover and use those strengths to deal with those problems.
(214) 919-8635
Dallas, Texas 75206
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Dallas have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Dallas you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Dallas and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Dallas or family therapy in Dallas.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
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