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Therapists in Dallas

Transformation Counseling-Sherry Flewellen-Ervin, Counselor  in Dallas
“I believe you already have what you need, and I am only an instrument to assist in the facilitation of the healing process. I believe the counseling relationship is one of collaboration, and if you want to get better you must be willing to do the work. I have 15+ years working with individuals and families struggling with substance abuse, depression and anxiety.
(214) 622-2713
Dallas, Texas 75224
Galit Ribakoff, Counselor  in Dallas
“*GREAT PACKAGE RATES* "Happiness is not something ready-made. It comes from our own actions"(Dalai Lama). Happiness is at your fingertips. My formal education and professional experience have prepared me to counsel individuals, couples, families and groups. I work together with teenagers and adults to achieve life change. Together, we will fulfill your therapeutic goals. I have extensive experience in communication skills, relationship skills, parenting skills, self confidence, sexuality, grief and loss, divorce, substance abuse, and positive thinking. By using a direct and a creative approach, I will help you accomplish the best results.
(469) 645-8981
Dallas, Texas 75252
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.
(214) 663-4904
Dallas, Texas 75219
Mark Edward Cartwright, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I provide psychological evaluations and psychotherapy, specializing in the diagnoses of Autism, Asperger's Disorder, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Learning Disabilities, relationship issues, Speech and Language problems and other Behavioral or Mental disorders. I am both a Licensed Psychologist and a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology. I administer a variety of psychological testing, including IQ tests, academic tests and socio-emotional tests. I also provide Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy for clients with Mood Disorders, Pervasive Developmental Disorders or Anxiety Disorders, such as PTSD, as well as to people with Alzheimer's or Dementia.
(214) 390-9397
Dallas, Texas 75230
Lee Jagers, Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, ThM, LPC, LMFT, LCDC
“When I started counseling nearly 40 years ago, I was a generalist, but over the years, I have come to specialize more in the reconciliation of marriages following infidelity or substance abuse relapse. I also help people with many other aspects of family life such as parenting, step family issues, adjustment to retirement, and grieving major losses. I have a passion for cross-cultural counseling and travel to several countries to provide training and counseling to pastors and missionaries. My counseling is controlled by Scripture, consistent with evangelical Christian tradition and conversant with contemporary psychology.
(469) 352-2806
Dallas, Texas 75219
Jennifer Dickerson, Counselor  in Dallas
“Jennifer is passionate about helping people reach their highest level of self-fulfillment through developing healthy coping skills and a positive self-image. She works with teens, adults, couples, and families. Though she is solution-focused, her clients say she is very down-to-earth, non-judgmental and easy to relate to. Jennifer has extensive experience with treating anxiety, depression, eating disorders, couples counseling, parenting, and substance abuse.
(972) 905-4108
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
Blake R. Nunneley, Counselor  in Dallas
“After years in corporate America, I changed careers mid-life to do something that would benefit others, rather than just myself. Helping others overcome obstacles and create a healthy, happy and rewarding life is my passion.
(214) 390-9428
Dallas, Texas 75219
Corinne Carpenter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“Do you want help dealing with life's challenges? Is your child/teen showing signs that they are stressed out or experiencing emotional difficulties? Then consider contacting me to discuss how therapy can help. I am a psychotherapist specializing in treatment for preteens, teens and young adults. I support people in their desire to feel less stressed out and have more control in their lives. I help both individuals and families deal with feelings and learn healthy coping and communication skills. My counseling training and experience comes from working in school, hospital and psychiatric clinic settings.
(214) 780-0330
Dallas, Texas 75205
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
Susie Hair, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
“I believe we all have the ability to change and create the life we desire. I am known for taking a more active approach, and yet I understand each person needs to go at their own pace. Providing a warm, safe environment is essential for building trust. It is my goal to build that trust and help guide you to achieve your goals and dreams. It is never too late to discover your authentic self. I have witnessed first hand clients achieve dreams they never thought possible.
(469) 789-5892
Dallas, Texas 75252
Walker Wellness Clinic at Cooper Aerobics Center, Treatment Facility  in Dallas
“Our Texas based eating disorder treatment center has been in operation for 20 years. During this time, Walker Wellness has helped hundreds of courageous men and women successfully overcome the devastating effects of anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder and compulsive overeating. What makes us unique from other programs is our ability to provide the resources found in inpatient treatment with the convenience, flexibility and freedom of clinical outpatient care.
(877) 959-8328
Dallas, Texas 75230
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
Jenny Chisholm, Counselor  in Dallas
“I enjoy creating open, caring environments with my patients where we are able to learn and grow together. I think people are fascinating and unique. If you are curious about learning how you move through the world and want a fresh perspective, feel free to contact me.
(972) 784-0592
Dallas, Texas 75243
Thom Allen, Counselor  in Dallas
“Although the clients I work with have diverse challenges, they have one thing in common: the desire for wellness.
(214) 838-1020
Dallas, Texas 75248
Terri Lynn Gonzales, Counselor  in Dallas
“As a parent, it can be difficult to know what to do when your child or adolescent is experiencing emotional or behavioral difficulties. You may often feel helpless and isolated. I can help. I have had extensive training in the field of play therapy, a developmentally appropriate approach to working with children struggling with a variety of issues. Throughout this process, your child will experience a warm, safe, and accepting environment where these issues can be worked out. I will also work to help you understand your child more and provide you with ways to feel more empowered.
(214) 960-2367
Dallas, Texas 75230
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
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, and have been in private practice for 17 years. Half of my practice is with adults. Issues addressed range from depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder and anger to relationship and family difficulties. In addition, I counsel couples marrying or divorcing. I am trained as a family mediator. The other half of my practice is with children and adolescents in individual and group therapy.
(972) 457-3033
Dallas, Texas 75254
Michael Hyder, Counselor  in Dallas
“Your voice matters. Your feelings matter. Your story matters. Your life matters. You are important and you matter. I believe we have an innate ability to adapt and heal when given the right space to do so. My goal is to provide that space where you can access your resources and strengths and confidently create the change you want. Clients often leave my office feeling lighter and that they experienced a deeper understanding of being heard and valued. I have helped thousands of people move from suffering to thriving. It is now your turn. Be a part of the movement to wellness today!
(469) 773-4136
Dallas, Texas 75219
David M. Young, Psychologist  in Dallas
“Finding a therapist with whom you feel comfortable and safe can be a challenge. I will help you, without making assumptions or judgements. I will work with you to make the changes you feel are necessary in your life and reach your goals. In working through your difficulties, you may develop a deeper, richer understanding of your self and derive greater satisfaction in life.
(214) 785-1035
Dallas, Texas 75230
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