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Medicaid Therapists in Fort Worth

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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have a straight-forward, solution-based focus on making progress quickly. I am known for helping parents reduce conflicts with their sons, in particular, and have an emphasis on making parenting boys much more enjoyable and effective. I also have extensive experience in helping couples become more understandable to one another, and in providing them with relationship skills which enable both individuals to have their needs met.
Medicaid
(817) 937-7417
Fort Worth, Texas 76111
Jaime Corona, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“I am Licensed Professional Counselor that provides services for children, adolescents, and adults. I offer individual, couples/marital, play therapy, and group counseling. I am a husband, a father, and a grandfather. My passion is working in the area of marriage counseling, depression, and dissociative disorders. I utilize the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) model for most cases. I am also Level II Trained in EMDR and a full member of EMDRIA. I am also fluent in speaking Spanish, and can provide all the above services in Spanish.
Medicaid
(817) 601-7497
Fort Worth, Texas 76114
Donald Baer, LPC, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fort Worth
“I work with children of all ages, and with all parent-child problems. I focus on helping clients of any age solve their current difficulties. Recent customer comments: "It was such a blessing to have met you; I have so much faith in the peace of mind you gave me." "You've answered questions I've wondered about myself for a long time." "You don't say a lot, but you lead people to the conclusion they want to find." "You were very patient with me, very thorough." "You're kind, and I appreciate that."
Medicaid
(817) 405-4736
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
Margaret L. Blakely, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“Understanding unconscious patterns that drive us is a necessary precursor to making profound and lasting change. As your counselor, I see my job as that of listener, guide and motivator. I focus my intense interest and attention on YOU, helping you to recognize those patterns that keep you stuck and then assisting you in making the changes you want. I have extensive experience working with individuals and couples who experience difficulties with depression, anxiety, confusion, low self-esteem, communication and parenting, among others. I approach each person with great respect and look forward to my experience with you.
Medicaid
(817) 264-7937 x3
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Susan Baldelomar, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“Persons come to counseling at a time of great vulnerability and distress. It may not be easy to know who is the best counselor for you. So you can know me better, let me tell you about my counseling practice. It focuses on three different counseling types - individual therapy, couples counseling, and counseling of children. In individual therapy, my approach varies according to the client's needs. One person might require an insight-oriented psychodynamic approach, while another might need a problem-solving approach. My couples sessions are structured and use a developmental approach. With children, I use play therapy.
Medicaid
(817) 522-1475
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
Fariba Piroozmandi Norgaard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Worth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CEAP
“My approach to counseling is one of respect and show of sincerity to the individuals I meet. Among the many positive feed backs I've received is the non-judgmental, warm atmosphere I offer to allow for sharing thoughts and feelings from where we can begin the healing process. I respect cultural differences and value them as an important aspect of my clinical practice. I take special interest in relationship, trauma, and multicultural issues. I do thorough assessments and accompany you through your struggles in life. I take an active role in the sessions with questions and suggestions.
Medicaid
(817) 385-9521
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
Reva Sheppard, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“Reva Sheppard is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Licensed Vocational Nurse, and Chaplain. She graduated from Texas Wesleyan University's Master of Arts in Professional Counseling program. Reva has special training for treating Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) using Eye-Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR). Reva also trained in London, England with the experts in "Solution Focus Therapy". Reva keeps abreast of the latest research on the brain and weaves this evidence-based research into her therapy practice.
Medicaid
(817) 727-8427
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Debi Mattocks, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“I believe that every person who seeks counseling has their own answers to their unique situations and my job is to facilitate finding those answers. Good mental health is built on a solid foundation of effective skills and tools we learn or fail to learn along the way. However, our life experiences as children and as adults, can sometimes leave cracks or even shatter that foundation. We will work together to explore the issues and identify changes that will help to mend and rebuild that foundation leading to hope, health and healing.
Medicaid
(972) 200-3373
Fort Worth, Texas 76135
MindPeace Counseling, Coaching, Consulting, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“I created MindPeace BodyPeace Yoga Psychotherapy for Teens to give young people another route to overcome the individual and cultural traumas they are experiencing. By combining yoga and psychotherapy, I am creating awareness in local and global communities that have not been exposed to the possible benefits of yoga. I recognize that convential "talk therapy" with teens does not always translate into improvements at home or at school. My approach does not focus on patholgy, but on building mental, physical, and emotional strength.
Medicaid
(817) 330-6926
Fort Worth, Texas 76110
Abundant Life Counseling & Assessment Solutions, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“I treat a variety of clients w/varied concerns. I have worked in numerous settings, clinical, academic & forensic. Currently provide counseling, academic and ADHD coaching & evaluation services. Caring, non-judgmental, encouraging & utilize mindfulness, experiential, depth, attachment and strength based approaches. Trust, openness and honesty are crucial factors & help us to make meaningful positive change.
Medicaid
(817) 339-6917
Fort Worth, Texas 76116
Judy Gaither, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“For 13 years I have been a therapist in Fort Worth. I have worked with clients to learn how to manage anxiety, depression, grief and loss, adjustment to changes in life, divorce, and parenting issues. I use cognitive behavioral methods in addition to other strategies to help clients through the difficulties from the past and in the present in order to have a future of well being.
Medicaid
(817) 674-7134
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
Pastoral Counseling Center Ft Worth, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“The Pastoral Counseling Center provides counseling for children, teens, and adults. Our therapists help individuals, couples, and families pursue growth, face life challenges, and enhance their communication and relationships. The faith-integrated counseling we offer recognizes that our spirituality can support and guide us.
Medicaid
(469) 617-2130
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
Brighter Possibilities Family Counseling, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“My name is Michael Flores and I am native to Fort Worth. My wife and I have a wonderful daughter and we enjoy spending our time with her. I have worked in different settings such as agency, treatment facility, and private practice. I work with many issues clients face but I have most experience in family/couple, adolescents, and substance abuse. The foundation of Brighter Possibilities is compassion and care, and I believe these two qualities are essential in developing a therapeutic relationship with clients. I look forward to the opportunity in helping you discover your Brighter Possibilities.
Medicaid
(817) 310-8412
Fort Worth, Texas 76110
Biser B. Rangelov, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“Over the past 15 years, I have had the unique opportunity to counsel people in Europe, Asia and North America. In my work, I have had the privilege of counseling people of various ages, nationalities, races and cultures. I have found that although human suffering has many faces, all people have common needs and desires. We all want health and wellness. We all want to prosper and be successful in what we do. We all strive for perfection. I strongly believe that everyone has the power and potential to overcome interpersonal struggles, relational difficulties, and life crises.
Medicaid
(682) 888-1207
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
April Wooldridge, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“I enjoy working with young children and teens who struggle with controlling emotions and behaviors. I love watching them develop their own self confidence by becoming more funtional at home, school, and in personal relationships.
Medicaid
(817) 330-8560
Fort Worth, Texas 76111
Mat A Trammell, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“Develop your personal strengths and discover the right direction in life now. If you've been hospitalized or in PHP treatment you know the importance of continuing quality care and I want to help you. Managing stress, and repairing patterns in life can transform your outlook and feelings. Keep up your support and increase momentum with solutions we'll find. The change you need can happen. Let's resolve the hurt and restore the self you know is inside while making a plan for better living again. I've worked extensively with personality disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, relationships and debilitating anxiety.
Medicaid
(817) 756-7984
Fort Worth, Texas 76109
Jim Landers, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“The primary specialty in my practice is "relationships". Secondary specialties are anxiety and depression. I have developed a highly effective "couples model" which establishes key reference points such that both people can have a dynamic awareness of the relationship connection at all times and how to minimize disconnected states of negativity. We all experience anxiety and depression in everyday life. However, when they stay too long, we need to understand the behavior patterns and thought processes that are contributing. We also need to find the inner strength to make changes.
Medicaid
(817) 877-3707
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Edna Chism Nicholas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Worth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCDC, CPC
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, and a Certified Professional Coach. I have over 15 years experience working with numerous families and system collaborations across the state. My past and current experience as a therapist has allowed me to work with families, groups, individuals, and couples. While working with families I utilize various therapeutic approaches that include facilitating play therapy, family education, crisis intervention, and trauma informed care. ACCC staff provides in home therapy upon request.
Medicaid
(817) 203-2991
Fort Worth, Texas 76116
Bryant L Guidry, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“Counseling is recommended for those that may be currently experiencing some type of unwanted or unmanageable emotional or “thinking” difficulty that requires the assistance of a trained mental health professional. Seeking counseling should never carry a negative stigma or feelings of shame. Counseling is a therapeutic process for individuals that may have diagnosed or undiagnosed mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, or difficulty in building and maintaining heathy relationships. Coaching is recommended for those that are looking for less intensive guidance in assisting them to enhance their own personal performance.
Medicaid
(817) 339-6833
Fort Worth, Texas 76116
William Rob Sheppard, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fort Worth
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, DMin, LPC, LMFT
“I am not the mythical King Midas; everything he touched turned to gold. I am not a graffiti artist, trying to paint a happy face on something that sees itself as worthless. I am a custodian, wiping away the debris off of someone of immeasurable value; who does not realize its value. My goal is for patients to recognize their incredible worth, and the abundance of personal strengths and tools they have inside themselves. I want each one to be fully human, fully free, and fully alive as soon as possible.
Medicaid
(817) 405-4321
Fort Worth, Texas 76107

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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Fort Worth have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Fort Worth you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Fort Worth and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Fort Worth or family therapy in Fort Worth.