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Center of Hope, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Fort Worth
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern
“I believe we are created for living. Change is not impossible and when one experiences hope it can be the catalyst that brings change. Let me walk with you through your wilderness of life as you experience the impact of hope. Yo creo que fuimos creados para vivir. Cambio no es imposible y cuando discubras esperanza puedes encender el fuego para el cambio. Dejanme caminar contigo por la selva de la vida hacia la posibilidad de vivir el impacto de la esperanza.
(817) 756-9064
Fort Worth, Texas 76110
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.
(817) 330-8560
Fort Worth, Texas 76111
Joy Allen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Worth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MDiv
“Welcome! When relationship problems cause endless arguing, depression, anxiety, or talk of divorce, you need a practical step-by-step way to change your patterns. A happy and successful marriage or relationship uses skills and tools like the ones discovered in Dr. John Gottman’s research. As a Certified Gottman Couples Therapist I would welcome the opportunity to help you change your relationship.
(817) 438-0696
Fort Worth, Texas 76109
Elma Garza, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Worth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MMSW, LCSW
“Hello thank you for the opportunity to work with you and/or your family. Therapy is about reaching the peak of mental and emotional wellness. Changes, that improve overall well-being will require hard work, determination and insight. Therapy can be the catalysis to empower and foster that interest for self improvement. I have many years of experience and education, and look forward to working with you and/or your family.
(817) 642-7378
Fort Worth, Texas 76137
Shamira Ramos-Ayala, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“I am a bilingual (English-Spanish) therapist and I specialize in working with individuals, couples, and families who are experiencing difficulties in their relationships and in their personal or work/school lives. Some of these difficulties may involve issues with communication, self-esteem, anxiety, anger and stress issues, parenting practices, physical and sexual abuse, and other family and couples' related problems. In therapy, your 'best hopes' are achieved by discovering that you have what it takes to overcome life's challenges. I believe my clients are amazing individuals and have endless possibilities to succeed in life and in their relationships.
(817) 330-4822
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
William R Billingsley, Psychologist  in Fort Worth
“Dr. Billingsley has over 25 years of professional experience in a wide variety of practice settings, with all age groups, and utilizing numerous treatment and assessment modalities. He has taught both Psychopathology and Psychotherapy at the University level. He currently restricts his practice to consultation and psychotherapy with adults.
(817) 382-2799
Fort Worth, Texas 76110
Rebecca A. Jeffers M.Ed., LPC, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“Beyond talk therapy. I believe that life should be meaningful and that the path from the head to the heart is the one that matters most. My goal is to help people connect to who they really are and feel good in their skin again. This requires making changes on a deep level. I am an active and directive therapist who will engage powerfully with you to help you make the oftentimes radical changes you seek. No more bandaids! I am a frequent teacher through TCU's extended adult education programs, as well as a speaker, group and retreat leader.
(817) 381-1056
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Susan Boles, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“Life is a process of growth and change. It may be that you feel stuck in that process. My desire is to help you move forward by gaining a greater awareness of self. An understanding and ability to stay true to your own beliefs and values will allow you to set healthy boundaries with others. I believe the ability to deeply connect with self and God allows for deeper connections with the important people in your life. My goal is to provide a therapy that is characterized by immediancy, emotional presence, warmth, and safety.
(817) 203-8269
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Edita Ruzgyte, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“My expertise is sex therapy and couples therapy. I am passionately committed to empowering clients and challenging them to create the satisfying relationships and healthy families that they want. I work with men, women, and couples at different developmental states with equal ease, using my clinical insight, deeply positive attitude, and authentically supportive approach. For years I have taught my graduate students the importance of a genuinely non-judgmental attitude when treating sexual issues. Knowledge of the wide range of sexual expression and variations is important, too. I am pleased to provide this attitude and knowledge to all my clients.
(972) 675-7208
Fort Worth, Texas 76105
Amy Ballinger Simpson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Worth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed Clinical Social Worker with over fifteen years of experience working with individuals, and families in a variety of settings. I offer individual, couples, groups, and family counseling in a comfortable environmental. Counseling can provide relief and personal growth for people seeking positive changes in their lives. It is helpful, to have an objective, compassionate professional who will focus on your strengths and abilities in a confidential and non-judgmental environment. Most people go through some difficult periods, and it has been my experience that individuals can benefit from outside help as they work through life's challenges.
(817) 533-4823
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
Tabatha W Gunn, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“My primary focus is trauma services. I have experience with survivors of domestic violence, sexual and physical assault, and traumatic grief (i.e. individuals who have lost loved ones to homicide, suicide, or sudden deaths). I also work with clients experiencing major life transitions and issues with self-esteem. I work primarily with adults and adolescents from all backgrounds.
(817) 717-4706
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
Rod Hickman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Worth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a counselor for adults and teenagers. I can meet with you individually or as a couple or family. In the first session we will discuss the problems that prompted you to call a therapist and make a plan for addressing those issues. In the follow up sessions we will work toward the goals set out in that plan. If you need medication I will refer you to a physician.
(817) 264-7991
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
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.
(817) 405-4321
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Susan Wade, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Worth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCB
“I utilize cognitive behavioral therapy to promote healing and change in couples and individuals. Practice specializations include: marital/relationship therapy as well as working with individuals coping with anxiety, panic, stress and depression.
(817) 601-7522
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
Dan R Graham, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“My typical counseling approach is anchored firmly and unapologetically in the Christian world-view. I do so with a clear, unwavering theistic paradigm that acknowledges God's sovereignty in all things, as He is intimately interested in, and responsive to, each person and all they experience. Therefore, unless otherwise directed by the client, my approach will inherently involve the use of biblical revelation and the principles found therein. The Christ centered world view is paramount to my approach to healing.
(817) 442-3619
Fort Worth, Texas 76109
Carol Henry Professional Counseling, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“I have been in busines for over 20 years and use a variety of traditional as well as 'cutting edge' techniques, Online Video Counseling (Skype) and Coaching to help you process and master common life issues of grief, depression and anxiety, releationship problems, improving self care, self esteem, and boundaries.
(817) 405-3251
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Mark DeYoung, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fort Worth
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, PhD
“Mark DeYoung is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over fifteen years experience counseling and helping families and children. He completed his PhD in Child Development in the spring of 2008. His dissertation was titled, "Attachment Phenomena in Foster Families: Exploring Contributions from Foster Parents' Early Attachment Experiences," and explored the role of attachment in foster families. He currently provides In-Home counseling services for families in the Fort Worth region of North Texas. His private practice includes work with marriages, parents, teens, young children, foster children, adoptive families, and individual adult clients.
(817) 330-6729
Fort Worth, Texas 76137
Ricki N Bickle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Worth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, LPC-S
“As summer approaches, it might be time to clean house of emotions and left over issues from the past or deal with something that is going on in the present. Feelings don't lie, so if they are being stuffed down and ignored they can become toxic affecting other areas of your life. I know that it is difficult to discuss these very personal issues in your life and I respect that these issues are very private to you. I will assist you in gaining insight and self awareness to help you find yourself as you work through these issues.
(817) 506-7030
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Linda Metcalf, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fort Worth
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, LPC, CSC
“I see children, adolescents, adults, couples and families.I particularly like working with school related issues for all grades. I have written several books on ways to build relationships with teachers and students that lead to drastic change. I think therapy should be efficient, guided by what the client wants to achieve. I am a family therapist which means I watch how family members interact and then together, work on changes. My approach is called "solution focused therapy" and I have published ten books on that therapy model. The average number of sessions: 6
(817) 690-2229
Fort Worth, Texas 76105
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT-S, CEAP
“I find a client centered focus with aspects of solution focused therapy an excellent approach for assisting individuals experiencing depression, PTSD, and chemical and alcohol dependency. Often, these conditions occur simultaneously disrupting and threatening an individual's self, family, and job. Since both client centered and solution focused therapy emphasize the power and wisdom of the individual, I can listen and assist clients in reflecting upon possible paths to resolution of their presenting problems. My military service adds potential sensitivity for veterans whose distress connects to military deployment and combat.
(817) 756-9011
Fort Worth, Texas 76105
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