Counseling in Arlington, TX. Find the Right Therapist.

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Seigel Bartley, PhD, LPC-S, CAMS-V, CDVS

Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor; Certified Anger Management Specialist; Certified Domestic Violence Specialist

800 West Arbrook Blvd, Ste 340, Arlington / Grand Prairie / Mansfield, Texas

Welcome to Christ Centered Counseling (CCC)! At CCC, we use a biblical approach to assist clients with resolving challenging life issues. Call 682-305-2122 to set an appointment or send an email to We look forward to serving you!

Theresa Kellam, Ph.D., HSP

Licensed Psychologist

2201 Dottie Lynn Parkway, Fort Worth, Texas

I provide a safe, compassionate place to address your concerns, and will work with you to discover what you need to be able to heal and grow in your relationships and in your life. No problem is too big or too small. I will be happy to help.

Wendy Torres, BCBC

Ms. Wendy Torres

2304 Oak Lane Suite #228, Grand Prairie, Texas

I would be honored to walk through this time in life with you. You do not need to feel alone, helpless or hopeless, together we can work through the difficulties you are going through and come out stronger. I am a Christian and do practice Christian Counseling.

Philip Kolba, MA


Available for Online Therapy

Are you fulfilled by your relationships as you deserve to be? I specialize in online relationship counseling for LGBTQ and hetero clients. By examining your life and relationships with a counselor you can increase your capacity for happiness and success.

Matthew Drumm, MA, LPC-Intern

Professional Licensed Counselor-Intern, supervised by Heather Cawthon LPC-Supervisor

Stay the Course offers counseling assistance to all military active or veteran, police officers active or retired, all first responders as well as family members.

Related Sites:
City of Arlington
Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors

Therapist Arlington Texas

Counseling Pantego, Dalworthington Gardens, Kennedale, Mansfield, Grand Prairie, Duncanville

The city of Arlington has a parks department that offers many opportunities for outdoor recreation. Total acreage in the parks is 4,651 and there are also 5 recreation facilities. Additional features include tennis courts, swimming pools, golf courses, and senior centers. Both indoor and outdoor swimming pools are part of the parks department.1 The Hugh Smith Indoor Pool is open year round and memberships are available for a reasonable price. Some of the activities offered at this site include lap swim, water aerobics, and rentals. Birthday parties can also be held there. Another popular event at the pool is Friday Family Night. An extensive trail system is also available to hikers and bicyclists. Many of the trails are flat and paved. Pets are allowed on most trails if on a short leash. The department also opened a new dog park in 2007. League sports are offered for youth and adults.

Mental Health in Arlington

Substance use and mental illness are two highly common mental health issues for individuals in the Arlington area. Abuse of illegal drugs is reported by 13.2 percent of residents. Over 5 percent of Arlington's citizens abuse prescription drugs. Smoking tobacco and binge drinking are also common substance abuse problems. A large number of people in the area also suffer from depression. About 6 percent of adults in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan area, or 258,000 people, have suffered a major depressive episode in the past year.2

Young people in Arlington may take advantage of a number of programs offered by the Boys and Girls Club that seek to help children reach their fullest potential. Youth are encouraged to become active and engaged leaders in their community through the Character and Leadership Program. Participants gain valuable leadership skills that allow them to take positive action in improving the lives of people in their community. Healthy habits are promoted in the Health and Life Skills Program. Children learn about wellness and well-being, and develop essential skills that will help them navigate successfully from childhood into adulthood. For additional information, please call the Boys and Girls Club at 817-275-6551.3

Current Initiatives

The Mental Health Connection of Tarrant County is leading a multi-agency initiative to reform the county's behavioral health system. Public and private organizations have joined forces to ensure that quality, affordable, culturally competent behavioral health care is delivered to all who require it. Streamlining the process of referrals will improve communication between agencies and make access to services easier for clients. Fostering the participation of family members in the mental health care of their loved ones is another primary goal of the initiative. Additionally, the initiative recognizes the need for knowledgeable and qualified health care workers, and as such, seeks to recruit talented people into the behavioral health care field.4


1. Arlington Parks and Recreation. (2016). Home - Arlington Parks and Recreation. Retrieved from
2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2016). Substance Use and Mental Disorders in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington MSA. Retrieved from
3. Boys and Girls Clubs of Arlington. (2017). What We Do. Retrieved from
4. Mental Health Connection of Tarrant County. (2016). Five Year Strategic Plan 2013-2018. Retrieved from

Arlington is located in Tarrant County, Texas. It has a land area of 95.83 square miles and a water area of 3.73 square miles.  The population of Arlington is 388,125 people with 133,808 households and a median annual income of $53,326. .

Therapy Affordability Meter for Arlington, TX

Affordable with Planning

Therapy in Arlington is generally within financial reach for the average family, but some budget planning may be needed for a real commitment to weekly counseling. Remember that your mental health and happiness are important. Check with your Arlington therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility