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Therapists in Dallas

Rebecca Thompson Lindsey, Counselor  in Dallas
“I love working with children, adults, and families to help them gain the most out of life and to sort out issues and learn from them. I also love to take leaders and people who want to grow within their work and industry and help them understand strengths, gifts, and weaknesses in order to be more successful professionally.
(770) 464-5301
Dallas, Georgia 30157
Brian K Fujii, Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MDiv, LPC, MAC, CAMS
“"Why is my life so out of control?" This is a very common question patients ask me when first entering treatment. The real question is what are the underlying root causes that is generating these challenging behaviors. Through a thorough assessment I will help you identify such areas as depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder, life stressors, etc. that may actually be driving the dysfunctional behaviors of alcoholism and/or drug abuse, marital distress, poor anger management and overall stressful interpersonal conflicts. Let me help you develop a plan of action to get your life back today.
(770) 766-4569
Dallas, Georgia 30157
Mary B Alexander, Counselor  in Dallas
“I believe that to truly help the individual in therapy one must consider the entire individual including mind, body and soul. I enjoy working with all age groups and have much experience working with different types of individuals. I utilize play therapy when working with children. I have worked in a wide variety of settings: women's residence, outdoor therapeutic program, group home, partial hospitalization program. For the last 11 years, I have been in private practice and opened my own practice in July of 2011.
(770) 809-3628
Dallas, Georgia 30132
Connie Plunkett-Thompson, Counselor  in Dallas
“Children and young adults have unique needs when it comes to counseling. So much of their communication is nonverbal, it is important to have a variety of means for communicating with them. It is my goal to provide counseling that allows the child/young adult the opportunity to understand their struggles and reach solutions so that they grow into their greatest potential. A child/young adult is a member of a family. When one member is experiencing pain or other struggles, it impacts the whole family. I provide counseling to improve communication, establish family roles and growth as a family.
(678) 524-4448
Dallas, Georgia 30132
Amy Kay, Counselor  in Dallas
“Are you lacking peace in your life or unsure which path to take? Choosing to enter into counseling is the first step towards a better quality of life. On this journey of life we travel all kinds of paths. Sometimes the path is scenic, sometimes it is a detour, and sometimes it is bumpy. No matter the path you are on, I am honored to assist you on your journey. Whether you are seeking peace, choosing which path to take, or relief from one of life's challenges, together we can choose the right path to a brighter tomorrow.
(678) 712-1973
Dallas, Georgia 30157
Lisa King Smith, Counselor  in Dallas
“Viktor Frankl said "When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves." I find building healthy client/therapist relationships very satisfying. I enjoy working with clients who are open to growth. I am a mother of 3 young adult and teen daughters, and I find myself working with more & more young women who are struggling with anxiety & depression. I also work with adult women who are experiencing life transition issues. I enjoy especially working with parents who are struggling with parenting and family issues. I have been working in mental health since 2005.
(404) 620-4334
Dallas, Georgia 30157
Michele Rayburn Mccolligan, Counselor  in Dallas
“The idea of opening up to a complete stranger can be intimidating and anxiety producing. That is why I believe in creating a warm, trusting, and non-judgmental environment for my clients. My goal is to help clients gain insight into their feelings, thoughts, beliefs and behaviors that may be leading to uncomfortable emotional responses such as stress, anxiety and depression.
(706) 752-7071
Dallas, Georgia 30157
Linda J Hudson, Counselor  in Dallas
“I believe that our relationships provide the most important, and often the most difficult, ways to learn about ourselves and others. Healing damaged relationships and developing intimacy requires honesty, self-esteem, trust and hard work. Get the support and encouragement you need to confront the root causes of the sexual behaviors that trigger anxiety, depression, fear and addiction.Together we will develop a plan that is clear, focused and achievable - so that you can become the person you truly want to be.
(678) 506-7043
Dallas, Georgia 30132
Alexis Hilling, Counselor  in Dallas
“I want to help you make changes in your life and assist you in dealing with the difficulties you are facing. If you are struggling with difficult circumstances, life stressors or problems in relationships, I can assist you with making necessary changes. My clients say that they have noted improvement in their relationships, interactions and lives. I believe that people have the ability to change. I know that with the right assistance and guidance you can address the issues leading to problems in your life. Are you ready to take the steps and make changes to get the life you want today?
(706) 225-2104
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Dallas, Georgia 30132
Jennifer Ward, Counselor  in Dallas
“Hi, I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with experience in helping people cope better with their difficult feelings and stress. I enjoy working with people to improve their relationships and communication with others, providing individual and couples counseling.
(404) 620-4706
Office is near:
Dallas, Georgia 30132
Christine J Mezza, Counselor  in Dallas
“While I work with clients of all ages and a wide variety of issues, I particularly enjoy working with clients dealing with depression, anxiety, and adjustment issues, and helping survivors of trauma to heal and to flourish. I am eclectic and holistic in my approach to therapy, drawing from various systems of therapy to meet the individual needs of the client, and encompassing care of the body, mind, and spirit. While I do not impose my beliefs on clients, I am a Christian and willingly deal with spiritual matters that clients may bring to counseling.
(678) 562-1691
Office is near:
Dallas, Georgia 30157
Karen Fuller, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LAMFT
“I specialize in working with children,parenting issues, anxiety, stress management, infertility, grief and loss, self-esteem, trauma, and military family life I am passionate at working with clients, where ever they are in their life journey. I incorporate a systemic approach to therapy that considers individual and family issues from a holistic perspective with goal orientated outcomes.
(678) 400-6680
Office is near:
Dallas, Georgia 30157
Amy Nelson Rivera, Counselor  in Dallas
“As a practical, interactive, solution-focused therapist, my approach is to provide support with insight and feedback to help clients address current challenges and long-standing issues. With sensitivity and compassion, I help individuals bring resolution to a wide range of life challenges and psychological issues.
(404) 918-0816
Office is near:
Dallas, Georgia 30132
Heidi Zaffos, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPC
“I believe that difficulties, hurts and pains do not have to immobilize my clients but can serve to transform their lives into deeper meaning and fulfillment. I understand that talking about deep hurts, struggles, fears and secrets can sometimes place people in a vulnerable and uncomfortable place, so I seek to provide the safest environment to help my clients feel open and safe. My areas of interest lie with counseling adolescents, young adults, women, families, and couples who are facing a variety of issues including: relationship concerns, life transitions, personal and spiritual growth, grief/loss issues, depression and anxiety.
(828) 398-4151
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Dallas, Georgia 30132
Celeste Reichard, Counselor  in Dallas
“Would you love to feel calm and content? Do you want to have control of yourself, your children, your life? I can help you and your family discover new ways to communicate, manage strong emotions and to just feel better. I promise to listen to your specific needs and address your goals. I can teach you new ways to cope with old problems. I have been helping families and individuals since 2005 as a therapist in out-patient and in-patient mental health, and within the community. I also offer anger managment evaluations.
(770) 383-1075
Office is near:
Dallas, Georgia 30157
Denise Snelling, Counselor  in Dallas
“As a counselor, I understand the importance of creating a safe place for you to process your emotion and explore the issues and choices you may be facing. My professional objective is to do just that - to give you the space you need to process at your pace and focus on your needs and goals. In your session I believe my role is to come alongside you as you process through your past, your present, and/or your future needs and dreams and to assist you in your progression toward resolution and health.
(678) 721-8308
Office is near:
Dallas, Georgia 30157
Phil Zaffos, Counselor  in Dallas
“Safety. Honesty. Freedom. Come as you are. I believe in creating a safe atmosphere without judgment, allowing you to freely come for the help you want and deserve. In this safety, we will journey together honestly to the root of these burdens facing you, seeking healing and insight in order to create true and lasting freedom in your life. Every person is different and therefore the process for each will be unique. Knowing this, I enjoy helping each person by adapting to his or her personality and comfort zone in order to make the process the most effective and fulfilling.
(678) 374-2842
Office is near:
Dallas, Georgia 30132
Miriam Napolitano-Magaw, Counselor  in Dallas
“Are you looking to find resolution and inner peace? I work with adolescents, adults, couples, and families who want to improve their quality of life, find resolution with long-standing issues and current life challenges, and feel a sense of inner peace. By providing support with insight and honest, non-judgmental feedback I help clients address current challenges and long-standing issues. Together with the client I work to build one's strengths and achieve life goals.
(678) 752-8379
Office is near:
Dallas, Georgia 30132
Joseph G Adams, Counselor  in Dallas
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor my goal is to provide a calm, safe and non-judgmental environment where one can address and deal with situations and issues that are causing pain. I believe that counseling is an active process that requires the client and the therapist to work together to achieve specific goals throughout the counseling process. I help clients find insight into themselves and assist them in building skills that help make managing life easier and more positive.
(770) 574-6065
Office is near:
Dallas, Georgia 30132
Glen Barden, Counselor  in Dallas
“Glen earned a Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University, graduating with High Distinction (4.0 GPA) and remains on staff at Ridgeview Institute in Smyrna, GA treating psychological disorders and addictions. He is a member of The American Counseling Association, The International Honor Society of Psychology and the American Association of Christian Counselors and is licensed by the State of Georgia as a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor. Glen is a life-long Cobb County resident, currently living in Acworth with his wife, teenage son and daughter.
(770) 400-9208 x102
Office is near:
Dallas, Georgia 30132

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