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Therapists in Garland

Counselor Amanda, Counselor  in Garland
“What takes place in therapy can be difficult, but YOU and your future are worth it. Counselor Amanda offers honest feedback, non-judgmental observations, and someone to listen. She tends to work with a solution-focused approach, which means that she works hand-in-hand to solve and/or alleviate presenting issues while strategizing for the future. If you, or someone you know, is in emotional pain contact Counselor Amanda. Even if she isn't the right fit, she can point you in the right direction.
(940) 227-4461
Garland, Texas 75040
Russ Crites, Counselor  in Garland
Verified by Psychology Today
“If you're looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation, need testing to help determine how to help you or your child handle life, school or work more effectively, or if you want to improve your life situation or relationship I look forward to working with you. I am a solution focused therapist who enjoys working with clients as they journey through hard times. This is especially true in regards to marriage or relationship issues. Helping save or better a relationship is one of the greatest benefits I get from doing therapy .
(972) 853-8828
Garland, Texas 75040
Kim Kirk, Counselor  in Garland
“If you are having difficulties moving past old events and/or are finding yourself stuck in patterns and behaviors that are no longer helpful to you, I can help! My name is Kim Kirk and I work with individuals (male and female) and couples who are dealing with issues such as Past Abuse, Anger, Anxiety, Depression, Family of Origin problems, Trauma/PTSD, Relationship Difficulties and more. Convenient location in Garland off I-30 near PGBT Tollway and serving Rowlett, Rockwall, Mesquite, Dallas and more. Weekend and evening appointments are also available.
(972) 435-0479
Garland, Texas 75043
Jane Williamson, Counselor  in Garland
“Do you feel overwhelmed and stressed by your daily life, workload, family or job? There are coping tools you and your family can learn to help you feel better, increase your effectiveness and help you become the person you have always admired. At the Center for Stress Management, Jane has over 20 years of experience in helping individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds and issues to improve their sense of well-being, inner state of calm and personal mental health.
(214) 506-2450 x3
Garland, Texas 75043
Pushpa Chauhan, Psychologist  in Garland
“Looking for help is never easy, but if you are dealing with anxiety, depression, relationship stress, or some other life problem, you have come to the right place. With over 20 years of experience, I have been helping children, adolescents, adults, and couples find inner peace and ways of coping with difficult life situations. I will take an active role in your treatment, not only by understanding your situation in a supportive and caring environment, but also by conducting a thorough assessment, setting treatment goals, and offering feedback and suggestions so that you can see results and feel better soon.
(972) 639-5297
Garland, Texas 75043
Kim Dee Reynolds, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Garland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LPC
“My approach to therapy is using an emotionally focused therapy. EFCT helps people step out of negative patterns and helps to create a new sense of loving connection. 86 percent of couples report feeling happier in their relationships after completing EFT couple therapy. Studies of EFT have shown a 75% long-lasting success rate.
(214) 390-9643
Garland, Texas 75040
Pamela Simmons, Counselor  in Garland
“Recovering from an affair, loss, trauma? The relationships in our lives are also the greatest context for learning to be a better person. Pam joins you in accessing your best self.
(214) 838-7268
Garland, Texas 75044
Constance Lacy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Garland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, HS-BCP
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and earned a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Social Work in May 2005. I am a Ronald E. McNair scholar and I am recognized as the first African American recipient of the Harry S. Truman Scholarship in the history of The University of North Texas. I have over 15 years experience as a counselor and specialize in child and family issues, prevention and intervention practices with adolescents, women's issues as well as grief, loss and transition. I have an extensive background working in community behavioral healthcare settings with a primary focus in substance abuse treatment.
(469) 606-4426
Garland, Texas 75043
Head And Heart Counseling Services, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Garland
“Since 2001, I have been working as a mental health professional. I help individuals, families, and adolescents work through their challenges by identifying their strengths and utilizing them to live healthier lives. You have the power within you to make the change you desire. At Head and Heart Counseling services, I help clients activate their inner power. I greatly respect your contribution to therapy and I believe that all the answers to your challenges lie in you. I am here to help you.
(214) 736-5078
Garland, Texas 75040
Arthur D Mallinson, Counselor  in Garland
“Sometimes, without even realizing, a person slips in to thinking errors that lead them into depression and anxiety. Perhaps it was something from their childhood, perhaps a recent loss or trauma that has not been resolved. The discovery of these thinking errors is an important part of good mental health. Just as people have regular checkups for their health and their teeth, a mental health check up can also help notice problems before they grow into depression and anxiety.
(972) 360-9431
Garland, Texas 75044
Russ Crites, Counselor  in Garland
Verified by Psychology Today
“If you're looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation, need testing to help determine how to help you or your child handle life, school or work more effectively, or if you want to improve your life situation or relationship I look forward to working with you. I am a solution focused therapist who enjoys working with clients as they journey through hard times. This is especially true in regards to marriage or relationship issues. Helping save or better a relationship is one of the greatest benefits I get from doing therapy
(972) 295-9866
Garland, Texas 75040
Dolores Guilliod, Counselor  in Garland
“In one's walk towards wholeness and change, there are various barriers and hindrances one must overcome. The prism in which we view life, the messages we received about ourselves from our family of origin, what has happened to us and what we tell ourselves about it, our fear of feelings, and our learned coping mechanisms, are just a few. As a counselor, it is my desire to provide a safe and accepting environment in which we can walk and work together to expose, understand, and overcome these barriers.
(214) 317-4458
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Garland, Texas 75040
Carolyn Smith Moorman, Counselor  in Garland
“Do you find yourself stressed, anxious, distracted, and have a short fuse? Are you struggling in your relationship with your significant other and feel you have run out of options? Has your family life begun to suffer due to anger management or organizational issues in your daily life? Would you like to create a closer connection to those you love? Let's work together to problem solve alternative options to these issues.
(214) 617-2604
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Garland, Texas 75040
Bob Fine, Counselor  in Garland
“Providing effective therapy requires extensive knowledge and professional experience. I have over 16 years of experience as a therapist in a variety of settings with a broad spectrum of clients and I am a PhD Candidate in Marriage and Family Therapy. I maintain private practices in both Plano and Flower Mound, TX. While many therapists only work with individuals, I have recognized that working with individuals, couples and families can enhance the process of helping clients resolve issues and make long lasting changes that allow them to fully experience the joys and passions of a full relational life.
(214) 296-4113
Office is near:
Garland, Texas 75040
Tamella Trulson, Psychiatrist  in Garland
“I have been in practice since 1995 and my focus is diagnostic assessment and medication treatment. I seek to integrate the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual aspects of mental health in my work with adults who deal with issues of depression and anxiety as well as other concerns. Often a brief course of medication treatment is all that is needed. I frequently collaborate with a patient's counselor as well to enhance the quality and comprehensiveness of care.
(888) 725-4642
Office is near:
Garland, Texas 75044
Madeline W Harford, Psychiatrist  in Garland
“I am a psychiatrist who uses a biopsychosocial model for understanding problems of the mind. Human beings are complex individuals with a specific constitutional makeup, a unique developmental history, and often a varied social environment. All of these factors are important to assess and understand when you are suffering. If you feel that you need a complete evaluation of your mental state that includes examining all of those factors, then I can help. If you want to be sure and rule out other underlying medical illnesses, I can also help.
(214) 843-0932
Office is near:
Garland, Texas 75040
Tracy Smith, Counselor  in Garland
“Are you feeling overwhelmed? Are you feeling sad, alone, worried, or depressed? Are you struggling in a relationship with a spouse, a child, a parent, or a friend? I enjoy working with individuals who are struggling with the stresses and challenges life brings and with couples struggling with issues that range from a lack of communication to infidelity. If divorce has occurred, I am here to help you work through the emotional issues that both children and parents go through. Let me help you gain new insights and grow through these experiences.
(972) 680-8986 x304
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Garland, Texas 75044
James B Quinn, Psychologist  in Garland
“I see clients with a range of psychological issues, such as anxiety, depression, stress, anger and relational problems. Most of my clients are adults ranging from 20 to 80+. Many of my clients come for Marital Therapy. I only see a select number of teenagers and children. I evaluate children for ADD and ADHD. I am a Clinical Psychologist who has advanced training in psychopharmacology or psychiatric medication management. This allows me to practice psychotherapy and also evaluate, educate and suggest medications that may be helpful in your treatment. Most of my clients take less medication over time.
(972) 662-8555
Office is near:
Garland, Texas 75044
Cheryl Tunnell, Counselor  in Garland
“Relationship problems, depression, anxiety, anger, and unresolved tramua are among the problems which bring people to therapy. These difficulties interfer in people's enjoyment of their life whether work, school, love, or leisure time. My experience has shown there is hope and help. I realize everyone's situation is unique. By developing a trusting relationship with a therapist, individuals find they are more able to explore their thoughts and feelings. In this way, people often experience relief from troubling symptoms. Over time, they are able to make choices in their lives from a position of greater self-knowledge and acceptance.
(972) 722-1104
Office is near:
Garland, Texas 75043
James M Hirt, Counselor  in Garland
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor seeing adult and adolescent clients individually, as couples or in groups. Overcoming relationship issues, relieving depression, anxiety, and making decisions that bring the outcomes you want for your life are the goals you will set for therapy.
(214) 519-8872
Office is near:
Garland, Texas 75040

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