Ruben Gomez, M.A., LPC, CART

Licensed Professional Counselor

Location: 5801 W. Plano Parkway, Plano 75093
Fast Contact: Email or Call Ruben.
Relationship ProblemsCouples Counseling
Anger Resolutionanxiety/stress
Grief And LossPersonality Assessment
DepressionCareer Issues

Ruben utilizes the Gottman Couples Method for Marriage Counseling. Marriage is one of the biggest challenges we accept in our lives. Through affective communication and continued relationship building, you can make that bond stronger than the day you said ,"I do".

Anna Lucchesi, M.Ed, LPC-S

Couples & Individual Counseling, Mentoring, Training

Location Near Therapist: Plano, TX
Fast Contact: Email or Call Anna.
Couples CounselingIndividual Counseling
Life TransitionsLGBT
Professional CoachingAnxiety / Mood
Confidence / Self-EsteemRelationship / Family Issues

Supportive, solution-focused counseling for couples, communication skills training and mediation. Premarital/commitment sessions and LGBT couples welcome.

Benjamin Brockman, MA, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Location: 5301 Village Creek Dr Ste E, Plano 75093
Fast Contact: Email or Call Benjamin.
Marriage/RelationshipsDivorce/Co-Parenting Issues
DepressionAnxiety
DBTMen's Issues
Children/AdolescentsMindfulness/Meditation

The Gottman Model is a highly successful marital therapy model based on research-based skills that are sensible and easy to use. Benjamin uses the Gottman Model to help partners improve communication, effectively manage conflict, and to create shared goals and meaning.

Harmony Moses, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Location: 1809 K Ave, Plano 75074
Fast Contact: Email or Call Harmony.
RelationshipsMarriage
DivorceFamily
DepressionAnxiety
ParentingLife Transition

Harmony specializes in couples, divorce, and family related issues. Whether you are in a traditional or non-traditional relationship, there is help for you! Much of her work focuses on balancing self identity and self esteem while maintaining healthy relationships.

Anne Gault, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Location: 7800 Preston Rd., Suite 117, Plano 75024
Fast Contact: Email or Call Anne.
Relationship ProblemsDepression
Anxiety Or Panic AttacksAdolescent Issues
Anger ManagementRecovery From Abuse/Trauma
Grief/Stress ManagementSubstance Abuse

I've had extensive experience working on marital conflicts and family problems involving teenagers or step-parenting. I enjoy seeing the positive change that can result.

Paul Myers, MA.

Licensed Mental Health Therapist

Location: 7604 San Jacinto Place, Plano 75024
Fast Contact: Email or Call Paul.
DepressionAnxiety
Marriage and Family StrugglesAdolescence/ Children/ Parenting
AddictionsAbuse and Trauma
Grief and LossCareer Counseling

(Evenings and Saturday appointments open!) Having a successful relationship requires a lot of work, specific knowledge, and healthy relational skills. I love working with couples and it brings me great joy to help my clients have fulfilling long lasting relationships.

Mary Betts, MA, DMin

Certified Biblical Counselor

Location Near Therapist: Plano, TX
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Betts.
Marriage CounselingAnger Management
DepressionCareer Concerns
Family IssuesWomen's Issues
Grief And LossAbuse And Trauma

Confidential, compassionate, and solutions - oriented. It may seem like there is no solution except divorce. Biblical counseling offers other solutions. Individual and family counseling offered. 972.422.838 or mbetts@counselgodsword.com Offices in Plano and Bedford

Abel Tomatis, PhD (Spanish-speaking)

Licensed Psychologist (Tx License #: 34306)

Location Near Therapist: Plano, TX
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Tomatis.
Child/Adolescent Behavior MgmtParenting Support/Coaching
Family CounselingSpanish-Speaking
Depression & AnxietyCouples Counseling
Conflict ResolutionWork And Career Issues

The key to any successful relationship is communication. And successful communication requires the ability and willingness to “listen,” to attend to and respect what someone else is saying. Relationship counseling is, at heart, learning how to listen to one another.

Bridgette Turbiville, M.S., LPC, CSAT, CMAT

Licensed Professional Counselor

Location Near Therapist: Plano, TX
Fast Contact: Email or Call Bridgette.
Adolescent Girls and BoysMarital Issues
Infidelity and PornographySelf Esteem and Dating Issues
Youth Sports PsychologyBipolar and Anxiety Disorders
Money Matters

My approach to any relationship is to help individuals deal with highly sensitive issues in a respectful, controlled manner so each person feels heard and safe. Criticism, defensiveness, and ignoring past grievances does not foster intimacy. Trust and healing does!

Lisa Powell, PhD., LPC, LMFT

Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 5601 Democracy Dr., Suite 135, Plano 75024
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Powell.
Marriage CounselorFamily Counselor
Individual CounselorChristian Counseling
Lbgtq Friendly CounselingConsulting
Conflict ResolutionAffair Recovery

Good communication is vital in a marriage or partnership. It is my goal in therapy to increase positive communication in order to lessen conflict. I enjoy couples counseling and believe that if a couple works in counseling, their marriage can be saved.


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The library system in the town offers many programs for adults and children alike. The Literacy for Life program always needs volunteers. After attending orientation, adults decide if they are interested in completing the training to become a tutor. Tutors then work with other adults who need to learn how to speak and read English. The need for volunteers is steady as many times a waiting list exists for people wishing to enroll in the program. Another adult program offering is the Library Links with Seniors. Volunteers visit area care homes and present programs that are between 30 and 60 minutes long. The subject is based on library materials. One month might feature poetry while the next month is short stories. Volunteers are also encouraged to meet each month to share ideas and exchange useful information regarding the program. Both daytime and evening book clubs complete the adult selections.1

Marriage and Couples Mental Health in Plano

Couples in Plano who seek to be better parents can take part in the Back to Basics parenting course offered by Family Outreach of Richardson-Plano. Their course covers a number of common parenting topics, including how to communicate openly with your child and proper methods of disciplining a child. Classes are held weekly for six weeks, and both parents must attend the same session. Additional details about the class can be obtained by calling 972-633-6713.2

The city of Plano seeks to ensure that citizens of all ages have educational and recreational programs that enhance their ability to live a happy and healthy life. The city's Senior Recreation Center offers a variety of programs for older adults, including bowling, golf, and other recreational activities. The Wellness Center offers health exams and screenings, support groups and counseling. Transportation services are also available for qualifying seniors over the age of 65. To inquire about these programs, call 972-941-7155.3 The Summer Youth Program at SMU-Plano keeps the city's young residents active and engaged. Programs are avialble for kids from kindergarten through the twelfth grade. Kids can take a building class or arts and crafts class to work with their hands. The Super STEM class is a good option for kids interested in science and technology. High school aged kids can participate in test prep courses and learn about what they need to do to prepare for college. Call 214-768-2273 for more information.4

Family Services and Assistance Programs

The Assistance Center of Collin County offers a variety of human services programs to Plano residents in need. Volunteer intake coordinators work with families to evaluate specific needs and identify resources to fulfill those needs. Emergency assistance programs provide benevolence funds for families to pay for housing, food, clothing and other essentials. The Tools for School program distributes backpacks, school supplies and new shoes to low-income families in the Plano Independent School District. For additional details about these services, call 972-422-1125.5


References

1. Plano Library. (2014). Book Clubs. Retrieved from http://www.plano.gov/1456/Book-Clubs.
2. Family Outreach of Richardson-Plano. (2014). Back to Basics Parenting Program. Retrieved from http://www.familyoutreachntx.org/back-to-basics-parenting-program.html.
3. City of Plano. (2014). Plano Senior Recreation Center. Retrieved from http://www.plano.gov/Facilities/Facility/Details/16.
4. Southern Methodist University. (2014). Summer Youth Workshops. Retrieved from http://www.smu.edu/CAPE/SummerYouth/Workshop%20Descriptions.
5. The Assistance Center of Collin County. (2014) . Programs and Services. Retrieved from http://www.assistancecenter.org/programs-and-services.