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for Therapists in Dallas, Texas including Counselors & Psychologists

We've created a community entirely devoted to helping you find the right therapist in your area. Review profile pages and blog posts of experts to get further details on their credentials, expertise, and unique abilities. Dallas has one of the largest selection of professionals specializing in anxiety disorders. In Texas, big and fast lifestyles can lead to stress, and TherapyTribe is here to provide you with the tools to relieve some of that stress.

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Michael Hyder , LPC, Counselor/Therapist

What I hope to provide in the counseling space:
- Increased ability to be present and focused on what matters, decreased time getting caught up in difficult emotions and thoughts
- Increased awareness around the short term and long term effects of your behavior and clarified values, vision and goals

2.25 miles from
75202

4525 Lemmon Avenue Suite 200 Dallas, Texas 75219

t: 214-526-4525

w: michaelhydertherapy.com

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Dr Katherine Pang, Provisionally Licensed Psychologist working under the supervision of Dr. Michael Leach, Psychologist

Dr. Pang works with adolescents, adults, couples and families and uses cognitive behavioral techniques and strategies to address a variety of mental health issues. Dr. Pang's emphasis is on transformative change and equipping each client with the skills to overcome the complexities of life.

2.25 miles from
75202

3500 Oak Lawn Avenue, Suite 620 Dallas, Texas 75219

t: 214.531.7624

f: 469.547.0803

w: Katherine Pang PhD

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Dr. Mary Anne Reed, PhD, LMFT-S, Marriage and Family Therapist

For over 25 years I have been assisting individuals, couples, families and organizations to create more of what they desire in life. My deep listening, affirming and empathic presence, and effective interventions, coupled with my clients' own resources, lead to positive and practical results.

3.08 miles from
75202

1409 S Lamar St #416 Dallas, Texas 75215

t: 214-428-0322

f: 214-421-3740

w: www.maryannereed.com

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Bruce W. Cameron, M.S., LPC-S, LSOTP PA, Therapist

The mission is to provide quality counseling services in an atmosphere that is friendly and yet efficient. I am a Christian cognitive behavioral and values-based counselor that believes in "right and wrong." I avoid moral relativism and assist clients in their journey toward positive self-growth.

5.87 miles from
75202

8117 Preston Road Suite 300 Dallas, Texas 75225

t: 2144312032

w: Highland Park Southlake Counseling

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Marie Krebs, MS, LPC, LCDC, SRT, CCPS, CDWF, Counselor/Therapist

My primary goal as a therapist is to provide you with a safe place to explore your thoughts and feelings, in a caring, supportive and respectful environment and to provide you with the necessary tools and resources to live life on life's terms.

5.87 miles from
75202

8215 Westchester Drive Suite 240 Dallas, Texas 75225

t: 4692129897

w: www.mariekrebsconsulting.com

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Flourish Counseling and Consultation

My name is Kambria Kennedy-Dominguez, and I own Flourish Counseling and Consultation. I am a licensed counselor as well as yoga teacher, and created my pratice to facilitate healing in both the mind and body. I help people find the energy to manage stress, relationships, and life goals.

6.96 miles from
75202

1350 N Buckner Blvd. Ste 220 Dallas, Texas 75218

t: 972-755-9120

w: www.wecanflourish.com

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Coach Abby Inc., Counseling Services Robbie S. Redmon, LPC, LPC-S, CHt.

I help my clients deal with the emotional pain experienced during, or after a loss. Working side-by-side we journey back and forth, giving them a safe place to heal. What is causing you pain and stress? Sometimes friends and family do not understand. Let me help you through this difficult time.

7.26 miles from
75202

10300 N. Central Expressway Dallas, Texas 75231

t: 214-207-0892

w: Dallas-Therapist.com

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Roz Van Meter, MA, LMFT, CST, Therapist

Using brief, outcome-oriented therapy, you can overcome what is challenging you and expand your own gifts, pleasure, and passion. You deserve nothing less. So call for a free consultation and tell me your story -- I am all about relationships, with yourself and each other.

8.32 miles from
75202

10914 Listi Dr. Dallas, Texas 75238

t: 2143413419

w: SexualityCoach.com

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Dr. Nadine Palau, Psy.D., Psychologist

I am a psychologist with 25+ years of experience and work with adults ages 18+ and older in individual or relationship therapy. Lets talk about what you want and how I can help. i OFFER A FREE INITIAL PHONE CONSULTATION so we can talk about your situation and my practice. Contact my phone or email.

8.34 miles from
75202

12880 Hillcrest Road Suite J-211 Dallas, Texas 75230

t: 214-763-1720

w: www.drnadinepalau.com

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Dallas Counseling and Wellness Center

Leslie B. Miller is a member of the esteemed team of therapists at Dallas Counseling and Wellness Center. She knows people today are seeking a proactive therapist who offers advice, answers, and guidance. With empathy she uses a solution-focused approach to help her clients attain their goals.

8.34 miles from
75202

6750 Hillcrest Plaza Drive, Suite 221 Dallas, Texas 75230

t: 972-385-7447

w: www.counselorkaren.com

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By visiting the Texas Department of State Health Services, you can get an idea for the health situation in Dallas. If you click on the CHS report on the health status of Dallas, you'll find some interesting anomalies. Dallas shows higher levels of physical activity and exercise than other places in the United States (always an important factor in mental health), but also higher levels of obesity.

They have lower levels of alcohol and drug abuse than the national average, but also a lower level of health coverage. However, when it comes to mental health depression, anxiety, bipolar, and ADHD top the list of issues in the city. Despite the amount of mental health issues in the city, the city boasts a far lower suicide rate than the national average.

Dallas specializes in cognitive-behavior therapy techniques, as well as some focus on ACT (acceptance and commitment therapy). You'll find many crossover and hybrid tactics used in this area. Many therapists base their motivation for helping in the Bible, yet incorporate holistic techniques and work on overall life improvement, rather than contracting their focus solely on your issue or disorder.

Due to a high level of obesity in Dallas, you can find plenty of professionals who help deal with eating disorders as well. In addition, because of a high focus on status in the state of Texas, most therapists can help you deal with personal feelings involving shame.

When looking for a therapist in Dallas, keep in mind their personality. People in Dallas have big personalities, and mental health professionals are no exception. A good therapist is usually somebody who really gels with their patient's personality.

This means that while one therapist may have helped your friend or family member, they might not work as well for you. That's why many people go through different therapists. Thanks to our personal profiles and blogs, you can use TherapyTribe's resources to get a good grip on each counselor's personality.

Dallas' therapists have a good understanding of the common issues people in the city deal with every day. Make sure you find a therapist whose location doesn't inconvenience you, otherwise it can discourage you from continuing therapy, even when it's working. Also, make sure you choose a gender you're comfortable with. If you don't care either way, that's fine, just make sure you are aware that you can always change therapists if you need. Consider your first appointment an evaluation, because they'll understand if you don't think it's a good fit.