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Therapists in Dallas

Stephanie Van Wig, Counselor  in Dallas
“Its hard for us to admit when we are troubled. We tell ourselves,"It's not that big of a deal", "I'm an adult, I should be able to handle it". The longer we fight against the reality of our "trouble" and the pain it causes, we find ourselves surprisingly unable to concentrate at work, longing for more hours in the night to sleep, and worst of all, begging the question, "Where are you God?".
(469) 513-8594
Dallas, Texas 75230
Lorie M. Ammon, Counselor  in Dallas
“I know you have tried everything you know to make life work but something is missing. There seems to be a repeating pattern of feeling sad, mad, or hurt and there isn't a clear understanding why. If you are feeling this way and ready for a change that is where I can join you in your experience to gain the changes you desire. Perhaps you are feeling stuck in relationship distress and you need someone who can help you find the desired connection you both deserve. That is where my years of specialized training with couples can guide you.
(214) 307-8708
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
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
Cedric S. Wood, Counselor  in Dallas
“"Be caring, curious, and then compassionate." I practice these three steps just as I teach them. I studied psychology, counseling, and family therapy for 12 years to become the best therapist I could be and to know how best to help someone work through depression or anxiety. I especially enjoy working with couples to help create their healthiest relationship. My speciality is working with parents and their children even if they are grown.
(214) 394-4040
Dallas, Texas 75231
Carl Robinson, Pastoral Counselor  in Dallas
Pastoral Counselor, PhD, CPC, CSMS, CAMT, CFLC
“We provide group classes to individuals wish to learn more about emotions and how to change behavior. Strictly group!
(469) 351-3624
Dallas, Texas 75244
Amanda I Talley, LPC Intern  in Dallas
“I believe therapy is a relationship that has the ability to provide understanding and safety and promote positive change. It is a collaborative effort, with the client and therapist working together to best achieve the client's goals. It is important that clients are willing to be open, honest and put forth the effort in working toward the change they want in order to get the most out of counseling. Life is difficult and confusing and I seek to provide help for those who are facing a variety of issues, questions or concerns.
(214) 238-8781
Dallas, Texas 75240
Brittany Kimbro Neilon, Counselor  in Dallas
“My work with children, adolescents, and adults takes into account the complex interplay of outside influences, academic or occupational stressors, and familial relationships. By taking a collaborative approach to counseling, I emphasize empowerment and awareness while accessing untapped strengths of the client. We will work together to identify barriers that hinder success and happiness, as well as ways to overcome them. For some clients, success and happiness is hindered by difficulty letting go of painful experiences or memories. For such clients, I often utilize a mode of treatment called Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
(817) 984-5788
Dallas, Texas 75231
Margarita Yuri Medina, Counselor  in Dallas
“Sometimes we find ourselves in situations where we don't like how we are living. We want to change but don't know how. We just know that we are sad, unhappy, and in despair. I would like to offer my services to assist you in figuring out how you want to change your life. I will offer you support, education, and techniques so you can live to your full potential and meet your goals.
(214) 347-7613
Dallas, Texas 75240
Andrea Baum, Counselor  in Dallas
“I am certified in Rapid Resolution Therapy. Rapid Resolution Therapy shortcuts traditional therapy by working with all facets of the mind, both the intellectual and the emotional. It's quick and lasting. RRT is task versus time oriented. What this means is that while traditional therapy consists of many hourly appointments, for months and sometimes years, with RRT your appointment lasts until your symptoms and root cause of the problems are eliminated. The task is complete and your mind is cleared. Patients report an immediate difference-a feeling of peace, strength and energy.
(214) 843-0912
Dallas, Texas 75231
Mary K Brieske, Counselor  in Dallas
“I am well versed in GLBT issues, couples therapy, anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and other sensitive areas. My goal is to help make life more meaningful and fulfilling. As a teacher, school counselor and therapist of over 20 years, I see the pain that life can take us through. I offer hope and support with non-judgment, compassion, and empathy.
(214) 783-2478
Dallas, Texas 75238
Burning Tree, Treatment Facility  in Dallas
“Burning Tree provides high quality, low cost treatment for the chronic relapse & dual diagnosis population with a speciality focus in long term residential drug and alcohol treatment for adults with a relapse history and mental health disorders. We best serve the substance abuse relapse adult who has been to other treatment programs and in and out of 12 step programs and just can't seem to get and stay sober. Alcohol & drug rehab treatment, co-occuring and a relapse prevention plan are our primary roles. We are a drug rehab program treatment center licensed by the Texas Dept of State Health Services.
(866) 560-4617
Dallas, Texas 75231
Al Nazempoor, Counselor  in Dallas
“Dr. Nazempoor, with his dynamic and well rounded leadership skills in working with individuals, couples, families, and business owners, is a well known and respected psychotherapist and personal coach in the DFW metropolitan area. During the past 21 years he has helped 1000s of people to reach their goals in the areas of love-relationship, self-worth, and achievement. He is an author of many articles as well as a lecturer. Through a detailed evaluation of each client, he designs a plan of action meeting needs of each person or couple. He also works with individuals from different racial and cultural backrounds
(972) 349-0218
Dallas, Texas 75230
Doug Chisholm, Counselor  in Dallas
“I have compassion for others and for animals. I am engaged in session and I treat people like people, not "cases." The mental health field is saturated with gimmicky therapists claiming bold, unrealistic things but healing is a life long process. There are no quick "fixes." I enjoy curiously learning all about the intricate ways you move through your world. I help my patients understand themselves and be at peace with who they are. I think people are fascinating and unique. I love to work with people who want to work with me. Feel free to reach out.
(972) 834-0770
Dallas, Texas 75231
Julie Euseppi, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“Therapy can help us all navigate the river of life. I have had success working with clients experiencing depression, anxiety, coping with mania, agitation, addictions, codependency, relationship and interpersonal issues, building self-esteem and self-worth, coping with crisis and grief issues. I enjoy helping clients navigate transitions in life such as, marriage, divorce, career or other curve balls often thrown at us. Many of my clients are working through a past history of abuse. I have a strong belief in the mind body connection, so I also find success working with individuals experiencing pain and fatigue.
(469) 208-4344
Dallas, Texas 75230
Sabrina Marie Janecek  in Dallas
“My passion is working with children and families, whether that is coping with normal life transition difficulties (e.g., separation anxiety, bed wetting, behavior problems in school, etc.) or dealing with the harder stuff (e.g., attachment disorders, divorce, bullying, abuse, etc.) I facilitate play therapy with kiddos, and have a playroom with a variety of toys where children are able to use their natural language of play to express needs in a developmentally appropriate manner.
(469) 425-2149
Dallas, Texas 75205
Elizabeth Muto, Counselor  in Dallas
“I provide a safe environment to process issues that feel overwhelming; I am passionate about working with immigrants, international students and the LGBT population as well as anyone who needs help. I believe we all need help at times as we deal with changes or ongoing stressors. My experience and areas of interest include: anxiety, depression, sexual/gender identity, substance abuse or dependence, dual diagnosis, work or career change/development, relationship issues, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.
(972) 890-9275
Dallas, Texas 75214
Christa Soileau, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-S, CCTP, C-ASWCM
“Everyone needs help at some point in their life. Engaging in therapy is a healthy choice. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who provides trauma-informed therapy to women. I utilize Cognitive and Dialectical Behavioral skill sets, which I believe are necessary for some and helpful to all. I help clients build awareness of their feelings, thoughts and behaviors. I also help clients identify their values and strengths, leading a more authentic and purposeful life.
(972) 665-7875
Dallas, Texas 75230
Anne Schanz, PhD, Counselor  in Dallas
“My goal is your self acceptance, which is the foundation for your happiness. We achieve this together by changing your perspective about yourself, by identifying your unconscious beliefs that hold you back from reaching your full potential. My method is effective, simple and practical. I teach you THE CLARITY KEY, my model, which allows you to identify the hidden motivations driving your troubled relationships, emotions and situations. Once these beliefs are exposed and understood,your perspective shifts and your experience of yourself and life changes. You achieve self acceptance/confidence with lasting compassion for yourself and others.
(972) 776-2427
Dallas, Texas 75248
Robbie S Redmon, Counselor  in Dallas
“I help people deal with the emotional pain experienced during, and after a loss. I work side-by-side with my clients, giving them a safe place to heal and grow. What's causing you to grieve? Many people require support, and assistance in coping with life's many twists and turns. Friends and family may not always have the patience, or understanding to help. Allow me to work with you and assist you through your pain. You do not have to suffer in silence. Author of two books at under pen name: Abby Gail Smith.
(214) 919-5342
Dallas, Texas 75231
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