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Therapists in Arlington

Wright Wellness, Psychologist  in Arlington
“Take a step today towards a happier and healthier you tomorrow. I have worked with a variety of populations in many settings, including several psychiatric hospitals, outpatient addiction center, county mental health center, juvenile department, runaway shelter, and currently work as a rehabilitation psychologist for a largely geriatric population. I have specifically targeted my training experiences to provide me a well-rounded set of therapeutic skills to address many life issues. I value innovation, learning, and growth, and am always working to provide the most current treatment services available.
(682) 301-4883
Arlington, Texas 76015
MacArthur Gilmer, Counselor  in Arlington
“I truly believe in the statement: "A calm and undisturbed heart and mind are the life and health of the body..." I understand dealing with hard times. It is my goal to help people live and achieve more satisfying lives. Whether you are dealing with anger, feeling disconnected, marital / relationship issues, anxiety, depression, loneliness, chemical/ alcohol dependency, family, or teen & adolescent issues, seeking professional help is always a start to making changes and growth.
(817) 264-7883
Arlington, Texas 76013
Courtney E Johnson  in Arlington
“I am passionate about helping all people - adults, children, adolescents, and/or their families. I believe that everyone is unique with their own past, abilities, and personality. I will meet you where you are and try to help you find a solution that helps and fits you or your child's needs. I use the modality of play therapy or activity therapy for younger clients to meet them at their developmental level. I enjoy working with parents to help facilitate communication with their children and working with teenagers and their unique needs.
(817) 756-9656
Arlington, Texas 76013
Cindy L Burns, Counselor  in Arlington
“I enjoy helping children, adolescents and families grow and change as they navigate through life’s challenging circumstances. As an educator with over ten years experience working with children, I know the importance of people having good self-esteem, healthy relationships, and a positive outlook on life. My passion for helping others revolves around the hope of being proactive with children and then helping people throughout the different stages of life. I have counseling experience with victims of sexual abuse and assault, depression, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), grief and loss, substance abuse, relationships, parenting, anxiety and relaxation. Through a collaborative approach I will work with you and your family, so that you can successfully handle life's altering circumstances.
(817) 756-9662
Arlington, Texas 76011
Adam Cluchey  in Arlington
“My ideal client is one who is pursuing his or her best life. I offer the hope of abundant life to those in pain: healing is possible. I am especially well suited to address anxiety, depression, and other emotion-related issues.
(469) 440-2849
Arlington, Texas 76017
“I believe that all people are responsible, creative, decision-making beings who progress through life maturation by striving toward self-selected goals. At times, attempts to achieve these goals are frustrated, due to factors such as distorted perceptions of ourselves, our relationships or our situations. The purpose of counseling is to clarify goals, consider new options and implement plans aimed at attainment of client goals.
(817) 382-5583
Arlington, Texas 76011
Cecilia Briseno, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a bilingual (Spanish and English) therapist specializing in working with families and individuals through the use of a solution focused approach, specifically those dealing with family conflict, grief/loss, and immigration issues. Are you looking for a chance to make things right with yourself or a loved one but just not sure how to accomplish this? Do you want to move on from a difficult loss? By focusing on what you desire for your future, we will enter into a hopeful conversation which often leads to motivation to work toward things you do desire for your life.
(469) 351-4999
Arlington, Texas 76010
Lisa D Hensley, Psychologist  in Arlington
“I provide psychotherapy to adult clients, both on an individual basis and within the context of significant relationship(s). I see clients whose gender or sexual orientation do not fit neatly into the boxes assigned at birth. I work with clients struggling with depression, grief, loss, and body image issues. I see both couples and those in non-traditional family structures who are experiencing relationship problems. Clients also seek help with such sexual issues as low desire, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, pain during intercourse, problems related to health conditions, or relationship struggles that have a sexual component.
(817) 385-9498
Arlington, Texas 76006
Julie A Weaver, Counselor  in Arlington
“I have worked as a counselor for 20+, mostly with couples. I am certified in the PREPARE/ENRICH couples counseling program. Married to the love of my life for 21 years and have three children. While my passion is working with couples, I am also experienced working with individuals and teens helping through life's difficulties, to reach full potential. I work with issues such as loss, depression, anxiety, adoption, victims of abuse & violence, issues of sexuality, etc. I want to give you the patience, support, along with tools, until I am no longer needed. **AVAILABLE WEEKENDS**
(817) 380-5221
Arlington, Texas 76013
Deborah Ferguson-Cain, Counselor  in Arlington
“Asking for help can be tough. Most people are taught at a young age to be independent, strong and self-sufficient. Yet there are times when life can be overwhelming. Events or life situations may leave you feeling confused, troubled, depressed and unsure of how to make things better. It might be your intimate relationships, family, work, school or many other challenges. I use an emotional focused approach to help couples gain strength and restore intimacy in their relationships. I also use a cognitive behavioral approach to therapy that is highly effective in helping individuals with grief and loss, anger, depression, trauma and addictions.
(817) 601-7878
Arlington, Texas 76013
“My ideal client is the person who is able to identify goals for therapy, recognizing when life was good without the problem. I like clients who are able to not just focus on the problem but look at the solution. Real therapy occurs when clients can leave my office and pratice the skills that they learned in the session, and come back the next week and report change. That is what real therapy is about, change!
(817) 756-7955
Arlington, Texas 76012
Afshin Virani, Psychiatric Nurse  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MSN, APRN, PMHNP, BC
“HELP! Sometimes this is the most difficult thing to ask for. At Highland Behavioral Health, I encourage my clients to relax and to speak whatever is on their mind. I believe in acceptance and making a commitment to my client's happiness, health, and growth. I listen, genuinely care, and am proud to provide quality, compassionate, and culturally sensitive care.
(817) 695-5055
Arlington, Texas 76018
Roger Ron Doss, Counselor  in Arlington
“I bring a practical, insightful perspective to helping couples in conflict. Seeing the other's viewpoint is both challenging and necessary. My ability to see options helps individuals make better choices in personal situations. A true believer in the value of actively-engaging in life, I see a strong need for play for adults and children. As Executive Director at the Family Counseling Center, I count the variety involved in my job as an asset. In addition to my therapeutic practice, I also teach in our organization's private elementary school and oversee the multiple details of running the organization.
(817) 275-3617
Arlington, Texas 76013
Paul R. Cuppett, PsyD, Licensed Psychologist, Psychologist  in Arlington
“People generally don't seek out therapy when life or circumstances are going as they hoped or expected. While the practice of psychology is my chosen profession for the last 17 years, I consider it an honor to assist people in better understanding their circumstances and in identifying a path that can lead to growth and healing.
(817) 264-7851
Arlington, Texas 76015
Kim Bell, Counselor  in Arlington
“I see my role in the counseling process as that of a "change agent". Someone who is meeting you at possibly one of the worst times in your life and saying "I'm willing to walk with you through this journey". My desire is to help people who are tired of living a life that no longer works for them. Often stressful life events, such as relationship challenges, job problems, health issues, or coping difficulties can trigger suffering and the need for support.
(817) 983-7986
Arlington, Texas 76016
Epiphany Counseling Services, Counselor  in Arlington
“The mission of Epiphany Counseling Services is to offer efficient, comprehensive mental health counseling to the community. We are dedicated to helping our clients improve their lives and reach their highest potential. We strive to eliminate all barriers to accessing counseling services by offering a variety of payment options including insurance and a sliding scale payment plan.
(682) 518-2390
Arlington, Texas 76017
Charles H. Anderson, Counselor  in Arlington
“The joy of serving others, I believe is one of the reasons that were are here on earth to achieve. One of the purposes of a counselor is to encourage people on this journey of life that has eternal value. The compassion to help others in this profession simply stems from the desire to facilitate others to overcome failures that stems from the issues of life. Often times in life when disappointment occurs at any capacity the process of recovery is painful; however it is my vision to counsel, encourage, teach, coach and to hope individuals in having Joy.
(817) 494-1873
Arlington, Texas 76018
“I am a young professional in the DFW area specializing in effective treatments for anxiety, depression, and phase of life problems. I believe that counseling is a collaborative process where the therapist and client interact on an even plane of communication. The client is the master of their own subjective experience! I believe it is my role to help the client become aware of what it is that they are seeking in a reflective and non-judgmental manner. I have had the privilege of seeing individuals accomplish their treatment goals with courage they did not know they possessed.
(972) 646-2823
Arlington, Texas 76015
Joyce Buckner, Psychologist  in Arlington
“Dr. Buckner is a recognized authority on the causes and cures of painful encounters between intimate partners. During her 30+ year history in private practice as a clinical psychologist specializing in relationship issues, she also trained relationship therapists worldwide, enjoyed media exposure (including The Oprah Winfrey Show),and authored the book "Making Real Love Happen--The New ERA of Intimacy." Simply said,she helps people develop relationships they love. This work is quite different than the stereotypic "marriage counseling." To discover the underlying issues that feed conflict and learn how to develop the behaviors that will create "love" require new learning.
(817) 405-4501
Arlington, Texas 76016
John Black, Counselor  in Arlington
“I believe that life is supposed to be fun and full of joy. However, for too many people, life seems overwhelming and full of grief, pain, and difficulty. Too many people are in dark places and do not know what to do or how to feel better. Sometimes we just need a little help to pull through: someone to listen to us, help us consider other options, help us make difficult decisions and then have the strength to live with the consequences, help increase our self-esteem and feelings of self-worth, help us get to a better place, etc.
(817) 659-2956
Arlington, Texas 76011
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