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Therapists in Dallas

Suzie Abercrombie, Counselor  in Dallas
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who enjoys working with adults, providing counseling services to individuals who want to explore and improve their current level of functioning. Most of my clients have had issues with depression, grief and loss, difficulty recovering from traumatic life events, anxiety and panic, stress management, anger management, low self esteem, substance abuse, and self harming behavior.
(214) 516-7497
Dallas, Texas 75240
Solutions Outpatient Services, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Dallas
“I believe that addictions are about that "Hole in your Soul". Which is why in 1995 a opened Solutions Outpatient Services Intensive Outpatient Program (adult substance abuse treatment program) and Soul Food IOP (adult eating disorder treatment) in September 2013. The work I do is to help not only the addict, but their immediate family, extended family and friends. With so many sigmas and misunderstandings about addiction, I have found that if we can embrace them as wounded and hurt, then we can help them heal and recovery. I have incorporated the concept of treating addiction as an attachment disorder.
(214) 516-7703
Dallas, Texas 75209
Shanna Nasche, Counselor  in Dallas
“I define therapy as a process focused on helping clients navigate, adapt, and grow in response to stressful life experiences and relationships. I enjoy working with adults of all ages as well as couples who desire to improve coping skills and learn to manage difficult emotions. My approach to treatment is active and collaborative, creating a sacred space for clients to reflect and heal, process alternatives, and practice skills to address situational stressors and/or unhealthy patterns and choices.
(972) 360-9572
Dallas, Texas 75230
Marilyn O'Hara, Counselor  in Dallas
“This is a good time to improve and explore your life with an objective helper. Many people only need a few sessions to feel better than ever. GROUP therapy is an inexpensive and supportive form of therapy. You learn from your work and the work of other members. Three sessions for $150.00 a MONTH. Reserve your space now. ARE YOU GETTING WHAT YOU WANT OUT OF lIFE? Do you believe that something is wrong, but you don't know what to do? Psychotherapy helps you feel stronger and able to see options not seen before.
(972) 478-1645
Dallas, Texas 75230
Catherine Johnson, Counselor  in Dallas
“Therapy can be intimidating, I strive to create an environment that is warm and welcoming. It is not unusual to feel apprehensive about starting therapy, these fears can usually be alleviated within the first session or two. I have extensive experience working with individuals both children and adults, couples and families. I work with families going through divorce and parental alienation.
(214) 771-8940
Dallas, Texas 75230
Greater Dallas LifeSkills, Pastoral Counselor  in Dallas
Pastoral Counselor
“Dr. Carl Robinson "Anger Management Personal Solutions and Emotional Intelligence Expert" Main Areas: Group Cognitive, Group Trainer, Group Relationship Management Trainer, Speaker, Motivator and Empowerment Specialist , Lifeskills Coach, Focus: Author & Speaker
(469) 351-3624
Dallas, Texas 75240
Amanda Moates, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I am a licensed psychologist in North Dallas helping people with depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. I trained at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center then spent several years there as faculty in the Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic. My approach to therapy is primarily psychodynamic. I work to help people better understand their thoughts and feelings and how the past affects their current personal, professional and relational lives. Many people who have been experiencing long-term difficulties find this type of therapy to be useful.
(972) 404-8325 x4
Dallas, Texas 75244
William L Edwards, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I am a licensed psychologist and Health Service Provider (HSP) specializing in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for people experiencing depression and anxiety. Additionally, I have decades of experience with individuals and couples who seek to improve their relationships and with professionals who want to advance their career or explore new career options. Together we will set clear, measurable goals for therapy. You will learn skills that will empower you to feel, work and relate better. More information is available on my website www.b-edwards.com.
(214) 997-6532
Dallas, Texas 75225
Helen Richards, M.S., LPC, Counselor  in Dallas
“If you are struggling with difficulties in your personal life, with your relationships, with family members, I can offer a warm, supportive, listening ear and help you see yourself more clearly. I can offer therapeutic suggestions to improve those areas of your life. If you are struggling with a mental illness in either yourself or your family, I can offer the benefit of my over 15 years of experience in the behavioral health field. If you are dealing with grief, I can help you gain acceptance of your new reality. If you have suffered trauma, I can help you heal.
(469) 209-4104
Dallas, Texas 75240
Holly Scott, Counselor  in Dallas
“Counseling is a process that can help you identify more effective strategies to cope with difficult situations. While some people who seek counseling have chronic emotional difficulties, most are dealing with normal life events and are simply in need of an objective listener - someone who doesn't judge and who can help them see new alternatives. My goal is to provide an open, supportive, and confidential environment for you to address the issues that are concerning you. We will work together to set beneficial therapeutic goals with a realistic timetable to meet those goals.
(214) 953-9366
Dallas, Texas 75201
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
Cary Okano, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you a single parent, business person, artist, a person of color, from the LBGTQQI community, or have another uniqueness that sets you apart from others? As an Expressive Arts Therapist, I integrate tools from the arts with traditional therapeutic approaches to offer extra support through challenging situations or guidance moving in new directions.
(510) 394-1431
Dallas, Texas 75206
Mark Collins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“Are you coping with overwhelming stress or life transitions and are in over your head? My specialties include anxiety, trauma, addiction, self-esteem development, family counseling and grief. My office hours include daytime as well as evenings to fit your busy schedule.
(214) 997-6862
Dallas, Texas 75247
Krisandra Parsons, Counselor  in Dallas
“I enjoy working with clients who are ready to get results--fast. I give clients clarity into who they are and what they possess so they can deal with anything-- regardless of the issue(s). I am passionate about transformational change. Because of my Forensic background and emphasis, we will explore and discover the evidence that supports your strengths in an easy to follow process that creates lasting change. If you're dealing with stress/anxiety, depression, grief/loss, general dissatisfaction with life or transitional issues, you've found the right therapist. Let's discover who you really are!
(214) 307-8459
Dallas, Texas 75287
Lynda Williams, Counselor  in Dallas
“I have been counseling individuals since 1985. I am a volunteer with the Suicide and Crisis Center in Dallas as a group facilitator for survivors of suicide. I am a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor and have worked extensively with adolescent substance abusers and their families since 1991. In 2004, I completed the requirements to be a Licensed Professional Counselor and have subsequently worked with individuals, couples and families. These clients have come to me to work through issues of grief and loss, substance abuse, marital problems, self-esteem and communication. My private practice endeavor began in September, 2009.
(214) 699-1977
Dallas, Texas 75230
“Is there something missing from your life? Are you seeking to mend a broken heart or a broken family? Do you sense that you could be getting more out of your work or your personal relationships? These are questions that I as an individual, couple and family therapist I am equipped to help you answer.
(214) 483-1100
Dallas, Texas 75230
Ike Patrick  in Dallas
“I have a passion for helping those who are struggling with real-life issues to become the people God wants them to be. I also have a passion for working with the spouses and other family members of these people to assist them in restoring balance to their marriages and families. Whether the problem is substance abuse, sexual addiction, a relationship issue, or the myriad of other issues people are facing in our current world, I combine my compassionate, empathetic nature with my academic training and life experience to come alongside my clients.
(972) 885-3996
Dallas, Texas 75244
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
Sarah Aberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work from a relational perspective, believing in a person's ability to make positive changes in their life through beneficial relationships. I have extensive experience helping people resolve past difficulties in mood and anxiety regulation, adapting to significant changes, and problems in significant relationships. My experience is in helping people overcome past traumas and adapt to present circumstances.
(214) 306-8068
Dallas, Texas 75215
Gayle E Marshall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with individuals and couples in psychotherapy. My goals include understanding and addressing difficulties such as fears and anxieties, depression, self-defeating patterns, and relationship problems. I seek to understand the whole person rather than focusing only on symptoms. Past experiences can profoundly influence current relationships, how we respond to situations, and how free we are to work, love, and be creative. Clearly seeing these connections can lead to greater freedom, spontaneity, and authenticity. I approach therapy as a collaborative journey and strive to create an accepting, nonjudgmental context in which the confidential therapy process can unfold.
(214) 997-6591
Dallas, Texas 75225
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