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Therapists in Fort Worth

Lake Worth Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fort Worth
“LWC offers counseling and psychological testing services for adults, children, couples and families. We welcome you to our comfortable and professional private practice office to meet with one of the licensed counselors on staff. Our therapist are licensed, trained and offer expertise in a variety of areas including Marriage & Family Therapy, Child & Adolescent Counseling, Play Therapy, Learning Disabilities, Adult Counseling Services, and Psychological Testing Services with a Clinical Psychologist.
(817) 238-0106
Fort Worth, Texas 76135
“Dr. Brad Morris, Ed.D., LPC has been working with children and adults for over a decade. Dr. Morris specializes in utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for patients with depression, anxiety, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. In addition, he has extensive history with children with a history of physical and sexual abuse, children with behavioral problems, and several years with adults and couples in a private practice setting with varying issues and difficulties. Dr. Morris has spent over 7 years providing therapy for children who experienced abuse and 3 years seeing both children and adults for a variety of issues.
(817) 768-5245
Fort Worth, Texas 76110
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.
(817) 339-6833
Fort Worth, Texas 76116
Olga G Harris, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“My name is Olga Harris, a bilingual Christian counselor (Spanish/English) in Fort Worth/Arlington since 1998. I work with individuals and couples working on relational issues, anxiety/depression, grief, and abuse. I use a holistic healing approach that treats body, mind and spirit. / Yo he estado proveyendo consejería profesional desde 1998. Me gusta trabajar con parejas y individuales con problemas interpersonales, ansiedad-depresión, abuso y duelo. Yo uso un metodo de consejeria que trata aquellas personas que están buscando una sanidad holistica que trata el cuerpo,la mente y el espíritu.
(682) 478-2772
Fort Worth, Texas 76133
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.
(817) 877-3707
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Grace Escobar Thomas, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Fort Worth
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, LMFT-A
“My passion is to empower individuals, couples and families by introducing new skills and discovering unique strengths to tackle any life experience. Nothing is more inspiring as a counselor than to see a client flourish while seeking happiness in their relationship with self and others. I have previous experience working with families, couples, individuals and adolescents from diverse backgrounds and various difficulties. Some of these difficulties include: self-esteem, anxiety, parenting, infidelity/affair recovery, abuse, and family conflict.
(817) 383-2178
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Laura Foulds, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fort Worth
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Each of us desires more MEANINGFUL CONNECTIONS. STRESS, the Great Bully in our personal lives, greatly affects the way we relate to the people/world around us. Stress has many cousins: ANXIETY, DEPRESSION, ANGER, BITTERNESS. These intruders invade our lives physically, mentally and spiritually. They not only influence us individually, but also make an impact on the RELATIONSHIPS we are a part of. I help my clients learn to respond in a healthier manner and therefore, to be taken over by their emotions less often. I love helping people create space for more JOY, more AUTHENTICITY, more BREATH, more LOVE, more CONNECTION, more HUMANITY.
(817) 360-4462
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
Mary Dainty, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“Change is hard. Starting over can feel overwhelming. Where do you start? Now is the time to take back your life, feel confident in decision making, and break away from the emotional pain. My goal is to help you see things in a new way and challenge you to become a better person. Are you ready?
(682) 301-4054
Fort Worth, Texas 76110
The Center for Family Therapy and Assessment, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fort Worth
“My ideal clients are those with marriage difficulties, families that are expressing grief or loss, couples, grandparents raising grandchildren, LGBTQQI youth , LGBT relationship issues. My vision of therapy recognizes that the client and their families are the experts in their lives, and often have solutions within their expertise. Therapy is often a spiritual journey without religiosity and dogma.Most important, therapy is a collaborative effort between the therapist and the client My vision of therapy recognize that the social mores and traditions of the larger community have tremendous and sometimes negative influence on persons.
(817) 756-9161
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that everyone needs someone who will give them a safe, non-judgmental place to work through problems or stresses. I am a clinical social worker who has more than 10 years of experience working with children, adolescents and their families. I have worked with a wide range of both typical and non-typical issues related to children and adolescents, including substance abuse, gang involvement, domestic violence, trauma, school issues and family stressors.
(682) 478-2169
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
Richard Yentis, Psychiatrist  in Fort Worth
“Having been in practice for 40 years seeing children, adolescents and adults, I have a wide grasp of the psychotherapeutic techniques used throughout the years, including cognitive behavioral therapy, transactual analysis and psychodynamics psychotherapy. I also have experience in past life regression. Over the past 2 years, I have used various medications, including Suboxone, to help with opioid (e.g. Vicodin) addiction, and other medications useful with other addictions, including alcholism. I am not in any insurance plans, but I do tell people: in this part of the country, most psychiatrists only do medication management, whereas I do mostly counseling.
(817) 601-7434
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.
(972) 200-3373
Fort Worth, Texas 76135
Harry F. Klinefelter III, Psychologist  in Fort Worth
“Honesty and openness are critical components in counseling. It is extremely important to find someone with whom you feel comfortable and in whom you have confidence. One of the best ways to do that is to meet with the therapist in person to see if they are a good fit for you. My basic approach is to serve as a consultant and use my training and expertise to help people grow and change. My clients include adults of all ages and adolescents.
(817) 601-7403
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Jeremy James Lanning, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“Thank you for the opportunity to present myself. I am here to help. When I sit down with you, I know that I am working with the expert. Whatever "stuff" you bring into our time together will be welcome. It is my desire to walk alongside you as you bring about the change in your life that you desire. From military veterans to those who are stuck, we're in this together. My experience in the medical field, military history, personal experience, experience as a parent and husband, as well as my education and training has left me with rounded corners.
(817) 717-7389
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
Dr. Jon Shepard, Psychologist  in Fort Worth
“I work with individuals, couples and families in a confidential group practice setting. As a licensed psychologist, my approach is evidence-based, client-centered, strengths-based, holistic and integrative. I help my clients assess the psychological and social factors that may be contributing to problems. As a team, my clients and I work towards identifying solutions. I also encourage family involvement in treatment. If you are struggling with relationship and family conflicts, stress, anxiety, or depression, my goal is to help you uncover and harness your internal strengths to empower you in navigating through difficult situations.
(817) 238-0106
Fort Worth, Texas 76135
Kristine Gaenzle Salamone, Counselor  in Fort Worth
“Meditation, Hypnosis, Biofeedback, MindBody Healing, Ease in Relationships, Creating Lasting Love, Health, Success...are these what you are interested in? These are my specialties! I would be honored to assist you in learning to access your Inner Wisdom, Power and Healer.
(817) 339-6694
Fort Worth, Texas 76120
“Kellie specializes in adolescent and adult Mood Disorders, Spectrum Disorders, Addiction and Eating Disorders, Grief, Stress-Management, Conflict Resolution and Relationship Building. Utilizing techniques from Positive Psychology, Solution-based therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Kellie is an experienced and well-rounded therapist, having served in private, school and residential treatment settings. Being a fitness and wellness instructor, as well as a mindfulness educator and coach, Kellie also enjoys working with individuals who seek a healthier lifestyle through movement, yoga and mindfulness, and are interested in healthier ways to manage stress, disappointment, and life challenges.
(817) 383-2735
Fort Worth, Texas 76109
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
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