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Julie A Hanson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LCMFT, RYT, CLC
“Contact me for a free 15 minute video consultation. Are your relationships in need of an upgrade? Is it challenging for you not to think about yesterday or worry about tomorrow? Are you ready to untangle your problems and find greater enjoyment in life? I'd like to help. My therapeutic skills are guided by a mindfulness-based approach grounded in the belief that we each have all of the internal resources needed to improve our lives and relationships. I can help you build kinder, stronger, more productive relationships with yourself and others.
(214) 838-1128
Dallas, Texas 75240
Elizabeth D Sperberg, Psychologist  in Dallas
“AWARENESS. EMPOWERMENT. GROWTH. These are the factors that my clients feel support their change process most effectively. I facilitate this process with an active and interactive style with emphasis on the client's emotional safety and involvement in therapy. The relationship between the client and myself is a key element in my approach. My focus is on the whole person involving emotion, thought, body, and beliefs. My clients describe me as open, direct, insightful, and deeply caring. They acknowledge my philosophy works for them by successfully achieving their goals and inspiring their continued desire to grow.
(469) 518-6922
Dallas, Texas 75225
Orna Goldwater, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I am a collaborative psychologist. I encourage patients to combine thinking with utilizing their authentic, primary emotional response to people and events, when making a decision. I help patients to clarify their goals, their meaning system and ideals of how to have a good life, and what steps are needed to achieve that life. Therapy works when we build: mutual acceptance and trust, mutually accepted, measurable treatment goals, and, when we can change directions based on feedback. Psychotherapy involves identifying and removing barriers and learning new skills. Therapy ends when patients feel that they are satisfied with the results.
(469) 888-6158
Dallas, Texas 75287
Christopher Scott Taylor, Counselor  in Dallas
“Christopher S. Taylor, M.A. is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary with a Masters in Counseling. He is currently working in private practice and holds several premarital and marital counseling certificates including both Prepare/Enrich and PREP. Chris provides therapeutic treatment for individuals and couples struggling with; anxiety, depression, sducidal ideation, life purpose, premarital therapy, marriage therapy and divorce recovery.
(979) 227-4186
Dallas, Texas 75231
Lorelei Rowe, Psychologist  in Dallas
“Are you concerned about problems in your relationships with your partner, family members, friends, or other significant people in your life? Are struggling with depressed mood, low self-esteem, or difficulties keeping up with your responsibilities at home or at work? Do you and your partner have difficulty communicating, experience frequent conflict, or feel that you've lost the connection you once had? If you answered yes to any of these questions, psychotherapy may be helpful.
(469) 530-2258
Dallas, Texas 75220
Sarah L Balint, Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, LPC-S, RPT-S, NCC
“Park Cities Counseling offers a variety of services for adults, parents, children, teens and families. I work with the individual to help them find and implement creative solutions to their unique struggles and needs. I specialize in coping skills with divorce and grief issues, prenatal and postpartum issues. I work with children with Anger Management as well as other child and adolescent issues. I have worked extensively in the hospital, school and clinical setting helping children, parents and teachers work successfully together.
(214) 919-8319
Dallas, Texas 75206
Lu Whipple, Counselor  in Dallas
“Are you struggling with personal issues or difficult relationships that are causing you depression, anxiety, worry, or psychological stress? Are you stuck in an unhealthy pattern? Talking with a non-judgmental, caring professional can help you reduce your painful symptoms, regain emotional stability, achieve personal growth. If you are ready to feel better or enjoy better relationships, I can help you. Together, in a private and confidential setting, we can explore ways to have healthier relationships, heal old wounds, move forward. I have the knowledge, insight & compassion to help you find the best ways to reach your goals, hopes, dreams.
(972) 591-7157
Dallas, Texas 75252
Kristin Benton  in Dallas
“There are those moments in our lives when we feel like we can't cope with the burden of our increasing issues and conflicts. It has been my experience that our core beliefs about ourselves and the world significantly shape our thoughts and behaviors. Identifying and fact-checking these beliefs is the first step toward healthier thoughts, actions, and ultimately lifestyles. I will work to help you develop healthier emotional processing and goal setting to improve your life and create success. I work with individuals, couples, families and groups. Specialties: depression, anxiety, grief & loss, couples, sex issues, addiction, trauma, abuse.
(214) 960-1568
Dallas, Texas 75231
Barbara Crowley  in Dallas
“"Accept, choose, and take action." Those are the key components of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy which encourages you to seek understanding the reality of the world and then to seek ways to act successfully in the world. Anxiety, depression and stress can prevent you from realizing your valued life goals and finding enjoyment in daily life. I believe that the therapeutic relationship is a unique social connection that allows individuals a safe space to explore their past, adjust their present, and plan for their future.
(972) 992-7852
Dallas, Texas 75248
Gail G Coburn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“Becoming Counseling Services derives its name from the understanding that life is a journey in which every person is evolving and becoming the person that s/he is meant to be. Becoming Counseling Services celebrates the diversity of humankind and is dedicated to assisting individuals in navigating the personal pilgrimage that is affected by one's familial, social, professional and spiritual spheres. All individuals are subject to unexpected roadblocks in life's journey and Becoming Counseling Services is not here to pathologize the challenges, but to help you meet them and soar above them.
(214) 666-5334
Dallas, Texas 75243
Emily Savage, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed 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
Zac Grisham, Counselor  in Dallas
“It is my belief that a warm and caring therapeutic relationship is essential for personal growth. Having dealt with Major Depressive Disorder and ADHD myself, I believe that I can empathize with my clients in a unique and genuine way.
(972) 905-4935
Dallas, Texas 75248
Lane G Ogden, Psychologist  in Dallas
“Are you "stuck"? Unable to move forward in life? Up against something you can't put your finger on and haven't been able to get any help with despite your efforts? Tried therapy but not felt like you got anywhere, not been listened to or even that your therapist didn't know how to help? Whether struggling just to make it on a daily basis with things like anxiety and depression or looking for ways to take yourself to the next level, you've finally found the solution.
(469) 232-9944
Dallas, Texas 75231
Shawna Lewis, Counselor  in Dallas
“Do you need more than just a friend to talk to? Wondering if counseling may be the answer? Telling yourself you should be over it by now? Worrying that you'll always feel this way? I will listen to you, encourage you and focus on teaching you rational self-counseling skills. I want to learn what you want out of life and help you achieve your goals.
(972) 914-4899
Dallas, Texas 75248
Paul Silver, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I am an expert in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). I have been part of NIMH research studies in CBT for depression conducted at UT Southwestern Medical School, where I hold the rank of Associate Professor of Rehabilitation Counseling Psychology. I teach a graduate course in CBT in the Rehab Psychology graduate program as well as teaching cognitive and behavior therapy to third year psychiatry residents at UT Southwestern. I employ a CBT approach to helping people with mood disorders, including depression, anxiety, panic and OCD.
(214) 838-8158
Dallas, Texas 75231
Jessica Rana Demla  in Dallas
“**Available Evenings & Weekends** Feeling stuck in problems? Does it seems as no one is understanding or helpful to you during these difficult times? If you are hoping to find someone who understands your cultural values, beliefs and traditions, you're in the right place. My services include helping individuals, couples, and families work on relationship satisfaction, healing from trauma/grief issues, recovery from addiction, and helping families reclaim their life from other overwhelming problems (adolescent behavior, infidelity, and adjustement issues). I truly believe that clients have the ability to discover solutions for the existing issues in their lives.
(469) 440-2901
Dallas, Texas 75219
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
Charity Adams, Counselor  in Dallas
“Many of us feel exhausted by self-doubt and a lack of things going "right" in our lives. These struggles don't have to rule over you. Feelings of overwhelming guilt, fear and sadness are often road blocks that I work with clients to overcome. I invite you to experience profound change in a nurturing, nonjudgmental environment. Learn how to define obtainable realistic goals, set and maintain boundaries, and achieve the fulfillment and peace you have been striving for. Working in collaboration with my clients I specialize in treating depression, anxiety, self-esteem, and a wide range of family issues.
(214) 499-9513
Dallas, Texas 75231
Lighthouse Testing,   in Dallas
“Lighthouse Psychological and Educational Testing uses well-known and proven assessments for ADHD, education, intelligence, cognitive, personality, and many other areas. Testing and assessment can provide important diagnostic data for greater efficiency, productivity, success, and overall well-being. At Lighthouse Testing we will work with you and your current therapist or counselor or recommend appropriate next steps. You may also work with Dr. Katherine Pang, PhD, ThM, LLM, a provisionally licensed psychologist working under the supervision of Dr. Michael Leach, PhD if you should decide you want to pursue a therapeutic relationship after receiving your report from your testing services.
(469) 789-1253
Dallas, Texas 75219
Debra Campbell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Change is the only constant in life, but that doesn't necessarily mean it is easy! Pain is an indicator that something isn't working and it is time for change. Like most things worthwhile, change requires hard work. Guiding you through the process of change is my lifework. Whatever your struggle, I'm here to work through it with you --you are not alone! If you want to change your life, change your mind.
(214) 516-7131
Dallas, Texas 75287
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Ако сте у потрази за српске терапија in Dallas или a Dallas Српски терапеут ових професионалаца дају терапију, психотерапију и саветовање који је осетљив на српске културе. Они су српски терапеута, српски говори терапеута, психолога Србије, српски психотерапеути и саветници Србије.

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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.