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Divorce Therapists in Dallas

Elsa-Iris Davis, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFTA, LPCI
“I've been practicing for 5 years and am passionate about what I do. I attempt to provide an environment where we can collaboratively alleviate your concerns. I don't do the temporary "band aid" therapy, but use emotions to fully heal and create closeness with your loved ones. I predominently work with relationships with premarital concerns, marital/couple conflicts, infidelity, sexual dysfunction, and those considering divorce. I also see individuals with internal struggles or those whose partner is not quite ready for therapy, or families struggling through conflict due to differing parenting styles, being new parents, newly divorced or being a blended/step family.
(214) 919-8924
Dallas, Texas 75231
Victoria Louise Harvey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT, LPC
“Do you need help telling your partner about what is bothering you? If you're thinking about divorce, let's talk first. I want to discuss your problems and their impact on your family life, so separation doesn't have to happen. To make a better family, you must first formulate a plan. Let me help. I also work with adolescents, drug addictions, and relationships. I love working with families and helping create a better life. No one can solve problems alone. While therapy is a tool, I encourage efforts to bring your spiritual life in as a resource.
(214) 471-5933
Dallas, Texas 75214
Summer Allan Wilson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Thank you for taking time to read my profile. I know you are a busy individual with a lot on your mind. I have 20 years post graduate clinical experience in psychotherapy. My training and experience gives me an advantage when working with complex family dynamics such as divorce, custody and other traumas. I am comfortable giving expert testimony and being called as a witness when the situation presents itself. My ideal client is motivated, honest, and ready for relief. My humor- infused style of intervention tends to make the change process more bearable.
(903) 880-2334
Office is near:
Dallas, Texas 75206
Amy Ann Porras, Counselor  in Dallas
“My goals for my clients is to move from a place of pain and suffering to growth and healing. I am a LPC and specialize in challenges of pre and post divorce, pre-marital, and couples seeking healing, understanding, and intimacy. I also help individuals that struggle with anxiety, depression, codependency, anger management, bipolar, cutting, lack of assertiveness by reaching a healthy self-concept. My goals for family therapy is to provide a safe place to explore and understand one another to connect.
(469) 240-5251
Dallas, Texas 75201
Marilyn Powell, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I love helping couples and individuals learn new tools and skills to improve their lives, relate better to each other, and heal their families. Building better and new relationships, coping with and resolving pain from the past, and moving forward to a meaningful future are all focus areas of my work with clients. The therapy process can be challenging, but change is possible and even in difficult relationships, conflict can be reduced and all clients can grow and evolve in healthier ways with enhanced clarity and peace.
(469) 203-4330
Dallas, Texas 75287
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
Deanne Moore, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, LPC-I, LCDC-I
“It's NEVER TOO LATE...Whatever you are feeling, whatever you are going through - I'm here to help you process your way through it. Sometimes life just seems to take an unexpected turn and leaves you empty wondering how do I ever get through this? Whether you are struggling in your relationship, feeling overwhelmed and anxious with anything in your life, struggling with a potential divorce or looking to pick up the pieces after one, I want to help you.
(972) 885-6532
Dallas, Texas 75201
Steve M Reedy, Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, NMT, RYT, RMT
“A relationship seldom gets better on its own, but we often “hope” that it will. Don’t wait until you loose hope to seek relationship counseling, or counseling for any other issues you may be facing. The longer you wait the more difficult each day can become. Self-help books often generalize and medication does not often deal with the cause of an imbalance. With counseling I provide a personalized examination of your issues so that you may learn how to overcome them and create a life of relationships and experiences that you will greet with great enthusiasm.
(214) 317-4068
Dallas, Texas 75219
Dr. Jan Martin Dunn, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
“How are you doing so far this year? Do you have the very same frustrations that you did last May? I work with people in emotional pain because of a TROUBLED relationship (separation, divorce, lousy boss); LACK of a relationship (wanting a baby or wanting a significant other); or LOSS of a relationship (death of someone special or being cut off by someone important). If you are struggling, don't give up is available.
(214) 306-8525
Dallas, Texas 75225
Stephen D. Finstein, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LCSW, LMFT, LSOTP
“My practice is almost entirely forensic, i.e. court/litigation related, civil and criminal. My main specialty is evaluating and treating individuals accused of sexual abuse or sexual offenses, child abuse, domestic violence. Some allegations are false, others are true. I find it very rewarding to turn around false allegations. My secondary specialty is consulting on child custody evaluations, or performing them if a private custody evaluation or social study is needed. I also provide domestic violence evaluations and counseling for family, immigration, CPS and criminal cases.
(214) 919-8816
Dallas, Texas 75243
Genie Sullivan, Counselor  in Dallas
“Are you experiencing problems in your relationship? Are you contemplating divorce or having trouble communicating? Or maybe divorce has already affected your family or children. I specialize in guiding couples who seek to work through issues such as infidelity, addiction, resentment and unresolved emotions. I help them learn how to communicate more effectively and establish mutual trust. My clients would describe me as straightforward and goal driven. In the past, I have worked with teens with behavioral issues and adults on felony probation.
(972) 992-5303
Dallas, Texas 75228
Don Watts, Counselor  in Dallas
“Being in practice for the past 30 years has provided me extensive experience with a broad array of people with various life problems. My practice is composed of people that are experiencing everyday issues just as we all do at times. I work with depression, anxiety problems, divorce, relationship issues, life stress, addiction and marital, individual and family counseling issues.
(214) 444-6955
Dallas, Texas 75230
Beckloff Pediatric Behavioral Center,   in Dallas
“Welcome to Beckloff Pediatric Behavioral Center! We're a counseling and educational center focused on helping kids. In fact, that's our specialty!!! We work with kids and their families- specialists in working with kids to promote good, healthy development. Our focus with kids? We want to help children grow emotionally mature and psychologically mature. We work alongside the child or teen with difficulties in anxiety, mood issues, behavioral concerns, and those unique kids with ADHD and other neurobiological differences. And a whole lot more! We get involved in the kid's school, visiting and helping out with the teacher as well as any ARD meeting. We teach social skills to children and teens, helping with self-esteem and confidence building. And, of course, always, in the context of the family....working to help the child and teen to be a functioning member of the family. We want the entire family to benefit, and give special care to help parents find ways to help their kid. We do everything we can to help get a kid back on track, whether that is in the family, social or school arena. Come on in and let us get to work!
(972) 905-4966
Dallas, Texas 75252
Melissa Richardson, LPC-S, LCDC, Play Therapist, Counselor  in Dallas
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor with 20 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. I specialize in counseling children and adolescents who have been sexually abused and/or traumatized. I also work with behavioral issues, relationship issues between parents and children (RAD), adoption issues, divorce issues, issues related to parental use of drugs and alcohol, and I offer parental guidance. I utilize the Marshack Interaction Method for assessments to determine relationship strengths and weaknesses between child and parents. With adults and adolescents, I also offer counseling on addiction, depression, anxiety, divorce, and mental health concerns.
(214) 499-9405
Dallas, Texas 75206
Emily Savage, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, LMFT-A, MMFT
“I believe everyone's story is sacred and I am honored every time someone shares their story with me. In the midst of our busy lives it can be so difficult to take care of ourselves and our relationships. Often our hearts and souls get lost in just trying to get by. Counseling can be a great way to help yourself slow down and begin to get your life in order so you can stop just surviving, and start living again.
(817) 533-8530
Dallas, Texas 75240
Barbara Hunt- Elkins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you frustrated because you seem to be having the same unproductive conversations with your spouse, boss, or teenager? I specialize in helping couples and families achieve healthier relationships, better communication, and more effective coping skills. I also treat individual adults and adolescents struggling with depression, anxiety, stress, grief, and eating disorders. I have extensive experience in brief problem focused therapy as well as longer term, more intensive psychodynamic work. Many of my clients are high functioning, professional couples in stressful careers, who are trying to balance the demands of their profession with their individual needs and those of their family.
(972) 882-6530
Dallas, Texas 75230
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
Steve R Long, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Is your anger destroying your relationships with the people you love? Interfering with your work? Ruining your health? Maybe it's time to do something about it. I offer an anger management program that teaches you how to solve the problems in your life in more creative ways and end the maddening frustration of applying the same solution to the same problem over and over without results. Don't wait until your spouse leaves you, your children fear and resent you, your boss fires you, or you suffer a coronary. Start now. Let me help.
(972) 559-0198
Dallas, Texas 75230
David Stroud, Counselor  in Dallas
“It takes strength and courage to seek help! I work with individuals, couples, and families in areas such as anxiety and depression, relationship difficulties, couples tune-ups, and infertility. I am particularly interested in working with men's issues as well as stress management, self-esteem, post-divorce parenting, and career burnout/ career coaching. I am also experienced in working with senior adults and families dealing with issues related to aging, life transitions, and memory difficulties.
(972) 893-9044
Office is near:
Dallas, Texas 75248
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