Jane Hardwick, LPC, LMFT

Lic. Professional Counselor, Lic. Marriage & Fam. Therapist

Location: 2701 W. Berry, Suite 156, Fort Worth 76109
Marriage And RelationshipGrief Issues
PremaritalWorkplace Issues

Your tomorrow can feel better than today. I help people change the way they are thinking so they can change what they're doing which results in a change in what they're feeling. Everyone has challenges. I'm trained to help you change them into healthy solutions.

Scott Hickman, PsyD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Location Near Therapist: Fort Worth, TX
Personality IssuesPersonal Growth
Relationship IssuesSpiritual Issues
Life Transitions/ChangesChristian Counseling

If you are interested in personal growth, overcoming depression or anxiety, or enhancing your relationships, I would be honored to help you start a new journey.

Tammy Desko, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Location Near Therapist: Fort Worth, TX
DepressionAnixety & Stress
Grief & LossChristian Counseling
Spiritual IssuesPersonal Growth
Abuse & TraumaLife Transitions

During the course of our lifetime there will be spiritual, physical, emotional and mental challenges. I integrate biblical principles in our sessions and strive to provide a comfortable non-judgmental and peaceful place to grow and heal. Call for a FREE phone consult.

Jeanne Curtis, Psy. D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Location Near Therapist: Fort Worth, TX
Mood And Anxiety DisordersAbuse And Trauma Issues
Couples CounselingAdolescents And Families
Grief CounselingIdentity Issues

Life is hard. Relationships, career, loss, trauma, mental and/or physical illness. My goal is to provide a safe place for you to explore whatever is making life difficult for you, and to help you make decisions that enhance and improve the quality of your life.

Norma Cruson

Location Near Therapist: Fort Worth, TX

Michael Flores, MA LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Location: 2745 Hemphill St., Fort Worth 76110
Adolescents/TeensSubstance Abuse
IndividualsMental Illness

As a clinician in the area I have worked in many different settings including agency, treatment facility, and private practice. My experience includes families, couples, individuals, and teens. Lets begin the search for your Brighter Possibilities.

Lynn Busch, MS, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 2501 Parkview Drive, Suite 305, Fort Worth 76102
Relationship CounselingIndividual Counseling
Premarital CounselingAnxiety Issues
Family TherapyDepression

While life isn't always the fairytale you expected, I'm dedicated to helping you live your happily ever after now.

Donald Baer, LPC, LMFT

Licensed Professional Counselor

Location: Location of Therapist: Fort Worth, TX, 76104
All Child/Teen IssuesFamily Therapy
Educational AssessmentAdhd - Child And Adult
Stress/Anger ControlChronic Pain

If problems in your life have you stuck, stressed, bummed out, or unhappy, talking to a counselor can change your life. I'm sensible, plain-talking, non-judgmental. I will meet you where you are, and help you think - in new ways - about what you can do to fix things.

David Ashburner, MA, LPC, NCC, CSAT, CMAT

Men and Couples Counselor

Location Near Therapist: Fort Worth, TX
Sex AddictionPorn Addiction
Men's IssuesGrief

MEN and COUPLES counseling is what David specializes in. He provides a supportive and affirmative counseling setting that can help men and couples come up with results that are different from the ones they are currently getting - especially with sex and porn addiction.

April Lok, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Location Near Therapist: Fort Worth, TX
Stress & AnxietyDepression
Life TransitionsPost-Traumatic Stress Disorder
RelationshipsGrief & Loss
Military/VeteransChristian Counseling

FREE PHONE CONSULTATION. Stressed? Depressed? Facing major life changes or challenges in your relationships? Talk to Doc Lok.

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Related Sites:
City of Fort Worth
Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors

Counseling Fort Worth Texas

Therapist Sundance Square, Stockyards, Poly, Como, Wedgewood, Tanglewood

Fort Worth was hit hard economically during the Civil War period. The population hit its lowest point at 175 citizens. Those who stuck around the city finally saw a revival in the city's economy during the 1870s. Over the next several decades, Fort Worth evolved into a major force in Texas. The Fort Worth area adjusted to the two world wars and the Great Depression similarly to the rest of the nation. One of the most important developments in the city's history didn't occur until the Twentieth Century when oil began to gush in the west part of Texas. Fort Worth made an effort to secure some of the profit for itself and now oil flows directly beneath the city. Due to this and other factors, Fort Worth has been recognized as one of the fastest growing large cities in the U.S.1

Mental Health in Fort Worth

With a population of 5 million people, the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area is one of the largest cities in Texas and the nation. Although residents of these cities use drugs at a lesser rate than the national average, over 13 percent still use drugs, including prescription pills and marijuana. Over 22 percent of Fort Worth residents engage in binge drinking, and 23 percent smoke tobacco.2 Not surprisingly, many Fort Worth citizens struggle with addiction and substance abuse problems. However, there are many public and private mental health agencies ready to assist people on the road to recovery.

The Tarrant County chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness works to provides support services to individuals who live with a mental health issues. The organization offers a number of free support groups for consumers, their families and other loved ones. Peer-to-peer groups provide a place where those living with mental illness can share their feelings in an understanding and empathic environment, as well as get encouragement from others who have mental health concerns. For family members, the Family-to-Family group offers a forum to discuss common issues of concern and share strategies for effectively helping loved ones. Educational classes are also offered for care providers to ensure the best care is given to those who need it. Additional information about these programs is available by calling 817-332-6677.3

Current Education

Texas Wesleyan University offers multiple graduate degree programs for individuals who want to work as a counselor. Their Master of Arts in Counseling degree prepares practitioners for clinical practice as a Licensed Professional Counselor. For those interested in working with families, Texas Wesleyan's Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy is a great option that prepares students to be Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists. Classroom learning combined with field experiences in clinical settings prepare students to engage with people who need mental health care in an empathic, culturally-sensitive manner. For more information about these and other programs, call 817-531-7565.4


1. City of Fort Worth. (2013). Fort Worth Among the Fastest Growing Cities; Retains Number 16 Spot. Retrieved from http://fortworthtexas.gov/citynews/default.aspx?id=111674.
2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2012). Substance Use and Mental Disorders in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington MSA. Retrieved from http://www.samhsa.gov/data/NSDUHMetroBriefReports/NSDUH-Metro-Dallas.pdf.
3. NAMI Tarrant County. (2014). NAMI Education Classes. Retrieved from http://www.namitarrant.org/education.html.
4. Texas Wesleyan University. (2014). Master's Degree in Counseling. Retrieved from http://txwes.edu/admissions/apply-now/graduate/counseling/masters-degrees-in-counseling/.