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Therapists in 75240

Michelle Deal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you often find it difficult to find the words to describe your feelings? Or to open up to people and feel a connection with them? Or are you a parent who struggles with a challenging & strained relationship with your child? The individual clients I typically work with say they feel like they don't fit in, feel misunderstood, have a lot of chaos in their lives, have trouble relating to and trusting others, & struggle with feelings of emptiness, yet feel intense emotions that they are afraid to express.
(214) 216-2485
Dallas, Texas 75240
Pam Newton, Counselor  in Dallas
“My passion is working with families impacted by alcoholism and addiction. I have spent many years working with children of alcoholics and addicts (all ages). Parenting in recovery is a very difficult task and can be a relapse trigger. I support and educate parents in setting realistic boundaries, making amends to their children and learning to balance their recovery program with parenting. Parents of young adult addicts/alcoholics need special support and education to help them set boundaries, lovingly detach and find peace in their home and in their life. I welcome working with these families.
(214) 390-9597
Dallas, Texas 75240
Shawn Chrisman, Counselor  in Dallas
“Intimacy & Sexuality - do these two words bring about negative feelings of discomfort, shame or inadequacy? When you feel good about your sexuality, you experience daily joy, better relationships and offer the best of yourself. When you have a concern, you experience anxiety, sadness and struggle with your relationships. I work with couples (opposite-sex and same-sex) on intimacy and communication issues. For the client with sexual problems, we address concerns including low desire, erectile dysfunction or sexual pain. I also work with LGBT clients to address identity or coming out concerns.
(972) 893-9080
Dallas, Texas 75240
Brooks Lamar Camp, Counselor  in Dallas
“I have 26+ years of clinical experience guiding individuals and couples through life's harsh realities in a safe, caring and warm environment. Your personal comfort while working through pain, grief, sadness and the like is of utmost importance to me. VIEW MY WEBSITE AT: BROOKSLCAMP.COM.
(214) 519-8955
Dallas, Texas 75240
Amanda I Talley, LPC Intern  in Dallas
“I believe therapy is a relationship that has the ability to provide understanding and safety and promote positive change. It is a collaborative effort, with the client and therapist working together to best achieve the client's goals. It is important that clients are willing to be open, honest and put forth the effort in working toward the change they want in order to get the most out of counseling. Life is difficult and confusing and I seek to provide help for those who are facing a variety of issues, questions or concerns.
(214) 238-8781
Dallas, Texas 75240
Trisha Cavins, Counselor  in Dallas
“"RAISING A TEENAGER IS LIKE NAILING JELLO TO A TREE". Don't you wish there was a handbook on raising your child or teen? Help is here!! I have worked with children,teenagers and their families for 21 years, providing individual and family therapy,coping skills, parenting education, and crisis intervention. I specialize in: anxiety, depression,stress management,self esteem, peer pressures, eating disorders, defiance,resistance, anger management,ADHD, grief, and the stress of private schooling.My experience includes: working in an inpatient psychiatric hospital; running a day treatment facility; runaway shelter; teen pregnancy home; agencies; and in-school therapy.
(214) 901-7180
Dallas, Texas 75240
Julie A Hanson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LCMFT, RYT, CLC
“Contact me for a free 15 minute video consultation. Are your relationships in need of an upgrade? Is it challenging for you not to think about yesterday or worry about tomorrow? Are you ready to untangle your problems and find greater enjoyment in life? I'd like to help. My therapeutic skills are guided by a mindfulness-based approach grounded in the belief that we each have all of the internal resources needed to improve our lives and relationships. I can help you build kinder, stronger, more productive relationships with yourself and others.
(214) 838-1128
Dallas, Texas 75240
Emily Savage, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, LMFT-A, MMFT
“I believe everyone's story is sacred and I am honored every time someone shares their story with me. In the midst of our busy lives it can be so difficult to take care of ourselves and our relationships. Often our hearts and souls get lost in just trying to get by. Counseling can be a great way to help yourself slow down and begin to get your life in order so you can stop just surviving, and start living again.
(817) 533-8530
Dallas, Texas 75240
Creating Harmony, Inc, Psychologist  in Dallas
“IS YOUR RELATIONSHIP SUFFERING? I specialize in couples/marital counseling and will help expedite resolution whether you are married, single, straight, gay, or lesbian. I also befriend people struggling in a mixed-orientation marriage, where one partner is gay and the other is straight. My ongoing mission is to create a therapeutic environment that is comfortable and non-threatening, a safe sanctuary for expressing inner feelings and disclosing personal problems for both individuals and couples. I understand that each situation is unique and therefore, treatment is tailored accordingly.
(972) 316-9954
Dallas, Texas 75240
“I have been in private practice for 30 years assisting clients with a variety of issues: depression and bipolar, substance abuse, couples and their struggles including parenting and helping children and adolescents. I take very seriously the issues that bring clients to counseling. However, I want to strike a balance between helping clients to not only resolve their problems but I encourage clients to bring their sense of humor as I want the experience to be pleasureable.
(214) 717-6544
Dallas, Texas 75240
Helen Richards, M.S., LPC, Counselor  in Dallas
“If you are struggling with difficulties in your personal life, with your relationships, with family members, I can offer a warm, supportive, listening ear and help you see yourself more clearly. I can offer therapeutic suggestions to improve those areas of your life. If you are struggling with a mental illness in either yourself or your family, I can offer the benefit of my over 15 years of experience in the behavioral health field. If you are dealing with grief, I can help you gain acceptance of your new reality. If you have suffered trauma, I can help you heal.
(469) 209-4104
Dallas, Texas 75240
Ross M Stewart, Counselor  in Dallas
“When you or your loved one is experiencing Confusion, Depression, Anxiety, ADHD, PTSD or TBI, the situation is usually too complicated for Psychotherapy alone. Frequently, there is a biochemical component that need to be addressed before a person is available for psychological intervention. Your state of mind is dependent on the state of your brain chemicals, the most important ones are serotonin and dopamine. I combine a medically developed, FDA approved non-pharmaceutical therapy with verbal interventions which gives each person I work with a greater ability to recover and live the life they choose to live.
(972) 992-1461
Dallas, Texas 75240
Suzie Abercrombie, Counselor  in Dallas
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who enjoys working with adults, providing counseling services to individuals who want to explore and improve their current level of functioning. Most of my clients have had issues with depression, grief and loss, difficulty recovering from traumatic life events, anxiety and panic, stress management, anger management, low self esteem, substance abuse, and self harming behavior.
(214) 516-7497
Dallas, Texas 75240
Joa Braga, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, LPC-S
“Joa is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor who works extensively with individuals, couples, and families struggling with a variety of problems, such as addictions, depression, anxiety, intergenerational family conflict, trauma, and marital conflict. As a therapist, he helps his clients develop the skills necessary for experiencing and maintaining a greater sense of freedom, intimacy, and meaning in their lives. Joa is committed to giving his clients the utmost respect and acceptance, meeting them where they are at and helping them move toward a place of greater health and well being.
(214) 491-8364
Dallas, Texas 75240
Gretchen Ladd, Psychologist  in Dallas
“Do you notice a pattern in your relationships that is causing you unhappiness? Is there a conflict at work that you can't resolve? I work with teens and adults to resolve interpersonal problems by recognizing how their actions and beliefs play a part. The good news - we can change our behaviors and thoughts once we identify how they are keeping us stuck in a bad place. Let's work together to get you to a better place!
(214) 307-8738
Dallas, Texas 75240
Tiffany Huizar Ashenfelter, Counselor  in Dallas
“Many teens and adults struggle with life's transitions. I help teens and their families dealing with addiction, mood disorders, behavioral issues and trauma. I have a special focus on women's issues including self-esteem, body issues, and life purpose. I also provide relationship counseling for couples who are pre-engaged, engaged, or married. Counseling works, and I look forward to the opportunity to work with you.
(214) 390-5080
Dallas, Texas 75240
Andi Thacker, Counselor  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LPC-S, NCC, RPT
“I began my academic training at Texas Tech University where I received a degree in human development and family studies. Upon completing my undergraduate degree, I went on to complete a Masters degree in Biblical Counseling at Dallas Theological Seminary. I began my doctoral studies in 2007 at the University of North Texas with a specialization in play therapy. I completed my doctoral studies in counseling at UNT in August of 2010. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, Nationally Certified Counselor, and Registered Play Therapist. During my internship at DTS, I counseled individuals and facilitated counseling groups in a church setting, as well as in an adoption agency. Upon completion of my master's degree in 2006, I began working as an inpatient program therapist for the Minirth Christian Program at University Behavioral Health of Denton. During my time at UBH, I facilitated process and psycho-education groups, as well as counseled individuals, couples, and families. Since 2008, I have served as a member of the mobile crisis outreach team for Denton County MHMR. In addition, I have worked with children, adolescents, adults and families in both a private practice setti
(972) 665-6796
Dallas, Texas 75240
Natalie Kauder, Psychologist  in Dallas
“I am a licensed psychologist in private practice. I specialize in working with individuals experiencing relationship problems and am extensively trained and experienced in a variety of treatment approaches. My main theoretical orientation is psychodynamic, an important aspect of which is understanding how past experiences influence current difficulties. My work goes beyond targeting symptoms and aims to help people find a greater satisfaction in life, unlock creative potential, and strengthen their relationships with themselves and others.
(469) 275-4775
Dallas, Texas 75240
Margarita Yuri Medina, Counselor  in Dallas
“Sometimes we find ourselves in situations where we don't like how we are living. We want to change but don't know how. We just know that we are sad, unhappy, and in despair. I would like to offer my services to assist you in figuring out how you want to change your life. I will offer you support, education, and techniques so you can live to your full potential and meet your goals.
(214) 347-7613
Dallas, Texas 75240
Lindsay O'Connor Williams, Counselor  in Dallas
“My hope is to provide a safe and relaxed space where you, your adolescent, or family can experience freedom, change, and renewal. I have a strong desire to serve my clients with respect and empathy, while encouraging them in their personal journey. I believe change happens in the context of relationship and that finding the right therapist is of upmost importance. I have over 15 years experience working with adolescents and young adults in churches and schools and trust this will serve my future clients well.
(913) 828-5410
Dallas, Texas 75240

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