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Therapists in Dallas

Katherine Pang, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, PhD, JD, MBA, ThM
“I work with adolescents, individuals, couples, and families and use cognitive behavioral techniques and strategies to address a variety of mental health issues. My emphasis is on transformative change and equipping each one of my client's with the skills to overcome the complexities of life's challenges and find ways to successfully navigate emotional and mental pain in the process of healing. I approach each client uniquely so as to develop a treatment plan and goals that are specific to your needs and concerns. As a Provisionally Licensed Psychologist I am supervised by Dr. Michael Leach, PhD.
(469) 828-7609
Dallas, Texas 75219
Paula D Miller, Counselor  in Dallas
“Simply put, my mission is to provide high-quality and compassionate care to teens and adults who feel "stuck", are searching for understanding, or who realize they really need to make changes in their lives. My therapy style is supportive and non-judgmental, but also guiding and directive. When appropriate, I use Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) to help clients modify their unproductive thinking patterns and behaviors to gain greater awareness and satisfaction from life.
(972) 776-2643
Dallas, Texas 75231
Peter B. Wilkins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Hello! I've been a therapist in Dallas for more than ten years, and in that time, I've helped hundreds of people overcome the obstacles that stood in the way of their happiness. These issues include depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationship issues, substance abuse, and trauma-related issues, among others. I believe the strongest tool a therapist has is a caring, honest therapeutic relationship with the client. If you are ready to take a positive step in finding fulfillment, then I'm ready to help.
(469) 844-4262
Dallas, Texas 75204
Dinah Samnani, MS, LMFT associate, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate  in Dallas
“I specialize in all matters relating to loss, grief and death. I have a special interest in working with diverse populations; especially first generation immigrants raising families in the U.S. Specific issues within this population may include family adjustment, peer belonging, spirituality and faith issues.I also have a focus working with motherless daughters and motherless mothers in both individual counseling and groups. My work with young children focuses on using play therapy and selective creative arts to facilitate communication and healing.
(972) 992-1938
Dallas, Texas 75248
Carolyn Hubbard, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LPC, LMFT
“Sensitivity and compassion, based on acceptance of any of life's painful circumstances, is my passionate aproach to therapy. I work with individuals, couples, families, and groups. Whatever pain you are experiencing; depression, anxiety, substance abuse, grief, relationship issues in families or couples, divorce, family of origin issues, unhealthy communication, work issues, alcololism, or any addiction that is destroying your life, and the need for self confidence or emotional maturity. The pain of each issue can be addressed, worked through, relieved and released. Change is possible!
(469) 253-4451
Dallas, Texas 75231
Liz Higgins, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFTA
“The balance of growing ourselves and our relationships is a lifelong process, and we often get "stuck" along life's transitions and changes. My practice primarily consists of couples and families that are seeking guidance and support while working through conflict. I seek to help couples define their values, goals, and connection in premarital and marital counseling, and have experience dealing with issues ranging from communication to infidelity. In family therapy, I believe that each person is a part of the solution and encourage the participation of each member, though I believe family work can be done with one person.
(469) 440-2858
Dallas, Texas 75230
Mary Mulcahy, M.S., LPC, Counselor  in Dallas
“My hope for all my clients is that we discover together the imbalance, be it emotional, spiritual, or psychological that continues to challenge our well-being. We then work in concert together to integrate balance as a daily conscious practice utilizing EMDR, EFT, and Reiki energy healing
(214) 919-9304
Dallas, Texas 75218
Bruce W Cameron, Counselor  in Dallas
“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
Regan Parker, LPC Intern  in Dallas
“I believe people are not defined by the problems they face. My approach focuses on personal insight and growth through trust. I help clients better understand their unique self and find peace with who they are. Using the strengths you already have, we will work to help you face your challenges with confidence.
(214) 307-8628
Dallas, Texas 75201
DM Psychotherapy Services, Counselor  in Dallas
“Sometimes good parenting isn't enough. In my practice I see children from the ages of 3 to 16. I use play therapy to address emotional issues ranging from divorce, adoption, anger, bullying, anxiety, toilet training and other developmental issues with younger children and activity therapy with older ones. I work with children primarily individually, but also conduct group and family therapy. I also conduct parenting classes that are relationship-focused. These classes help parents with communication skills, limit-setting skills and involves parents structuring special playtimes with their child that teaches them self-control and self-discipline.
(214) 390-9664
Dallas, Texas 75230
Julia C Stacy, Counselor  in Dallas
“Are you concerned about your child or teens behavior choices lately? Has he or she been getting into trouble at school or at home? Has there been conflict in the home, a loss within the family or a divorce that may be a factor? I provide a supportive outlet for a child struggling with anxiety, depression, and/or anger issues and have been successful for over 15 years counseling children and teens with difficult issues. I view my therapy approach as a collaborative team effort with the parents and their children to work together to improve the quality of life for everyone involved.
(972) 325-5280
Dallas, Texas 75248
Nancy Brooks, Counselor  in Dallas
“Are you facing the challenges of overwhelming life circumstances, depression, anxiety, grief or loss? Is life not working like it used to? Does it seem impossible to get back to--or move forward into--a place of peace? Often, the thinking patterns we have accumulated throughout our lives are operating below the surface and become the very things that get in the way of the life for which we long.
(972) 591-7248
Dallas, Texas 75230
Stephanie Adams, Counselor  in Dallas
“Is your teen throwing up before school? Unable to go to sleep? Having panic attacks? I specialize in helping people (especially teens) reduce the impact of stress and anxiety, and work to help survivors of sexual assault and other traumas reclaim their life. My clients are intelligent individuals who have bright futures but are hampered by their anxiety or past. I work with you to develop strategies to overcome the challenges that are weighing you down. We will create solutions you can use over and over so that you will always have access to the resource you need - yourself.
(979) 217-1397
Dallas, Texas 75230
Lucy T Smith, Psychologist  in Dallas
“My goal is to develop a collaborative partnership characterized by warmth, openness, authenticity, and a nonjudgmental stance. I tend to use an integrated theoretical orientation, comprised primarily of cognitive-behavioral (CBT), insight-oriented, and experiential perspectives. My treatment approach is tailored to best meet the needs of each individual. Although I specialize in the treatment of eating disorders, I also work with individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, self-harm, self-esteem, life stress, and/or relationship issues.
(972) 665-8563
Dallas, Texas 75230
Grant W.O. Holland  in Dallas
“I work with children and adolescents struggling with behavioral problems (e.g., Oppositional Defiance), obsessive-compulsive disorders, anxiety, and trauma. I provide Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), which is a powerful and effective treatment approach which produces results in in a briefer timeframe and has been proven to work in numerous high-quality research trials. My goal is to help my clients eventually "be their own therapists" by tailoring CBT to each client's unique situation. Specific Disorders I treat: Oppositional Defiance, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Trichotillomania (Hair Pulling), Skin-Picking, Phobias, Social Anxiety, Panic Disorder, Generalized Anxiety, PTSD, and Depression.
(469) 919-5937
Dallas, Texas 75219
Jonathon Neece, Counselor  in Dallas
“Life is filled with ups and downs and sometimes it can be helpful to have someone to help you get through the rougher times. Seeking help does not make you weak and receiving help from a counselor does not mean you are "crazy"! If you are motivated to make some changes in your life please call me today for a free phone consultation to see how I might be able to help you!
(214) 390-9831
Dallas, Texas 75231
Sandy M. Stillo, Counselor  in Dallas
“Have recent life changes overwhelmed you or your children? Are you finding yourself in similar situations time and again, feeling disappointed, unhappy, or frustrated? Are you grieving a loss or death? Maybe you just haven't been feeling like yourself lately. Life is full of challenges, setbacks, disappointments, and sometimes heartbreak. It's also full of happiness, joy, love, and contentment. If you or your child is struggling with life's ups and downs, seeking counseling is a demonstration of your strength and dedication to personal growth and emotional well being. Congratulations on taking that first step!
(214) 718-8341
Dallas, Texas 75206
Brittney David, LPC Intern  in Dallas
“Are you at a loss with your kiddo? Frustrated with your teen? Is "frustrated" perhaps not a strong enough word? Is your relationship with your child not what you would like it to be? I would love to help! Children and young people are incredibly resilient, but growing up can be a tricky mine field to navigate. Every individual possesses the ability to overcome obstacles and realize their dreams, but sometimes these individuals simply lack the understanding of how to use their strengths to their advantage.
(972) 774-5709
Dallas, Texas 75248
Melody Fortenberry, Psychologist  in Dallas
“Dr. Melody Fortenberry is a licensed clinical psychologist, marriage and family therapist, and certified group psychotherapist who works with people of various ages in individual, group, couple and family therapy. For over 30 years, the primary focus of her practice has been helping individuals and families achieve their life dreams and aspirations, while creating happy, functional relationships. Many of the issues that she works with pertain to stress, depression, anxiety, anger management, relationship conflict and difficulties, divorce coaching and adjustment, academic difficulties and attention deficit disorder. Through talking, listening and playing, clients have experienced old wounds and hurts being healed.
(972) 458-9890
Dallas, Texas 75230
Samia Geraghty,   in Dallas
“As a therapist with 10 years of experience, I offer support, empathy, guidance and a safe space to explore any problem you may bring, big or small. Together we can work to identify your goals and find solutions to any issues you are currently facing. I work with adults and adolescents with a wide range of issues including but not limited to anxiety, phobias, depression, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, chronic pain, sexual abuse, trauma, job stress and relationship difficulties.
(469) 352-2304
Dallas, Texas 75214
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