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Therapists in Dallas

James Michael Grisham, Counselor  in Dallas
“My practical view of the function of counseling is as a journey of self-exploration by the client, meant to increase his/her level of self-understanding and self-awareness. I as counselor act as the guide or facilitator of this journey. On some level of consciousness based on his/her experience in life, I believe the client is in possession of the answers to his questions. It is my job to make those answers explicit. It is my job to help clients identify, develop, and mobilize their own resources to successfully solve problems and meet challenges.
(972) 885-3949
Dallas, Texas 75214
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
Office of Gretchen Fernandez, LCSW, PC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
“I welcome long and short term therapy clients. I enjoy working with clients from wide range of backgrounds who are motivated to grow, develop themselves, to explore options and better their quality of life. I specialize in women's issues, stage of life concerns, loss and grief, anxiety management, developing stability in 20's and 30's, self-esteem and relationships issues. I have practiced in medical settings, residential and outpatient therapy offices for 24 years. I encourage you in the journey towards healing and well-being and look forward to speaking with you soon.
(972) 885-6577
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
Cecilia Gutierrez, Counselor  in Dallas
“I believe that healing begins with a little guidance and a place where you feel safe to express yourself. I also believe everyone has the answers they seek within themselves and my job is to help you find them. Our relationship is a partnership where you set the goals and we work toward them together. Whether you are dealing with a specific crisis situation or wanting to focus on personal growth, therapy can help and you don't have to go through it alone.
(972) 975-9941
Dallas, Texas 75214
Angela S. Taylor, Counselor  in Dallas
“Chances are you've been suffering for awhile, and your life, relationship, career, and/or children are also suffering. Life and relationships are challenging, and both take work. I'll help find what's standing in your way of achieving happiness, fulfillment, success, and well-being in all areas of your life. I provide a warm, nonjudgemental environment where we explore concerns, thoughts, ideas, and feelings while being offered honest, open feedback and challenges. We will explore obstacles and barriers standing in your way while developing an action plan to overcome them. Specialties: depression, anxiety, couples, sex issues, eating disorders, addiction, business/executive coaching.
(214) 506-2626
Dallas, Texas 75231
Jimmy G Owen, Counselor  in Dallas
“I understand dealing with tough times. Like a garden, you sometimes need extra attention to grow and thrive. Getting help at the right time can keep a rough patch from becoming a long-term problem.
(214) 390-9571
Dallas, Texas 75219
Erin L. Wysong  in Dallas
“Are you struggling with a sexually related addiction, or in a relationship with someone who acts out in ways that have caused devastation in your life? Have you ever felt ashamed of your behavior and tried to stop but have failed? Do you or someone in your family struggle with addiction to drugs or alcohol? Have you recently gone through a divorce? Are you struggling with your teenager's behavior? I'm passionate about my work and want to help you.
(469) 518-2342
Dallas, Texas 75219
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
Michael Ashenfelter, Counselor  in Dallas
“Many of the physical ailments we experience can be linked to our emotional health and well-being. My hope for you, through behavioral health counseling/coaching, is to develop and implement the necessary skills to reach both physical and emotional wellness.
(469) 844-9313
Dallas, Texas 75240
Kristine Newton, Counselor  in Dallas
“Christian counselor helping women and adolescent girls apply clear, compassionate, common-sense thinking to the challenges they face in their family, marital, dating and individual lives.
(214) 307-8362
Dallas, Texas 75206
Fay Howell Lidji, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Hi. I am Fay Lidji and I am a solutions oriented therapist. Counseling with me will show you how to improve relationships, help you change negative behavior patterns, and relieve the pain that brought you in. I work efficiently to help you gain a better perspective on your life, and then teach you new tools to bring about the desired change.
(214) 838-7082
Dallas, Texas 75209
Stephanie Hall, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I believe one of the most important aspects of psychotherapy is to establish a safe, collaborative, and mutually respectful relationship where profound personal growth can occur. The atmosphere in my office is warm, accepting and open. My patients are insightful, creative, intelligent people who are working to attain specific goals, make difficult life transitions, or work through the internal and external struggles of previous experiences. My primary ares of interest are sexual trauma, PTSD, eating disorders, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, relational problems and grief. I also conduct formal psychological assessments when necessary.
(214) 843-1982
Dallas, Texas 75219
Allan Vreeland, Psychologist  in Dallas
“My psychotherapy is carefully structured from the three fundamental components of effective technique: history, resources, and change. The goal is a flexible combination of deep understanding, emotional clarity, and resolution of obstacles to development and happiness. I often work with clients on specific skill sets, such as handling difficult workplace issues. However, my happiest clients tend to welcome techniques for working directly with themselves. Openness to new understanding, new ways to develop, and new experiences of change make for rapid progress and deeply felt satisfaction.
(972) 478-1345
Dallas, Texas 75219
Peaceful You, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
“This life has its struggles and challenges. These roadblocks in life hinder us from achieving peace with ourselves and our loved ones, peace we all deserve to have. Whether these challenges are anxiety, depression, addiction, conflict with spouse or other family members or many of life's other challenges, Peaceful You is here to help. Peaceful You is a counseling practice aimed at helping individuals, couples, and families who may be facing various struggles or are just looking to improve their relationships.Know that you are not alone and that things can change for the better.
(972) 992-1570
Dallas, Texas 75220
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
Tedi Koehn, Psy.D., LPC, Counselor  in Dallas
“Feel like you worry all the time? Sleepless nights? Irritability? Sadness? Fighting with the ones you love? Drinking too much? The past 15 years, I have helped people master anxiety, mood swings, relationship challenges, and parenting struggles. I have also helped young children, age 10 and up, overcome stomach aches, isolating, feeling left out, and cutting themselves due to low self esteem, trouble at school with peers, and family relationships. Coming to counseling can help you feel better. We can figure out why you feel so unhappy, or anxious, and then we can work together to help reduce those uncomfortable feelings.
(214) 513-3107
Dallas, Texas 75230
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
Jeana Webster  in Dallas
“Tired of losing your temper or just feeling overwhelmed? If disappointment and frustration often get the best of you - you can learn to manage your emotions and keep a level head even under pressure. Emotional management counseling is a way to achieve results if you want to increase your emotional intelligence and improve the things in your life that matter most such as your marriage, parenting skills, career development and health. My approach provides targeted and relevant support based on your goals. Sessions are focused on positive behavior change and creating new habits, so emotions won't control your life.
(972) 975-9544
Dallas, Texas 75206
Carrie Stewart, Counselor  in Dallas
“My name is Carrie Stewart and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor providing counseling services to DFW and surrounding areas. My specialties include depression, anxiety, relationship and marital issues, anger, grief, and educating individuals and couples on the cycle of abuse.
(469) 530-2389
Dallas, Texas 75201
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