Counseling in Dallas, TX. Find the Right Therapist.

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Parley Acker, M.A.

Career Counselor

413 W Bethel Rd, Coppell, Texas

At CareerWon, we are dedicated to serving the unique Millennial generation in 4 client groups: High School, College, Recent Grads and Early Career. Our services include determining the best career path/college major, resumes, interviewing practice, job search.

Kimberlee Tucker, M.Ed., LPC

LIcensed Professional Counselor and Life Coach

14785 Preston Rd, Suite 550, Dallas, Texas

I'm an expert in LISTENING with a specialty in HOPE. Are you feeling stuck or uncertain? Do you need help for anxiety, trauma, abuse, depression, grief, life coaching, or dating/relationship coaching? If privacy in therapy is important to you, then I encourage your call

Robert Clark, MA

Licensed Professional Counselor

4514 Cole Ave Suite 618A, Dallas, Texas

There are simple tools and strategies that offer you RELIEF and HOPE to manage symptoms of depression, anxiety, OCD, stress and relational issues. I will help you develop these skills in a nonjudgmental and safe environment.

Katherine Pang, Dr. Katherine Pang

Licensed Psychologist

6301 Gaston Avenue, Suite 230, Dallas, Texas

I am a Psychologist. I work with adolescents, individuals, couples, and families using cognitive behavioral techniques/strategies to address a variety of issues and provide testing services.

Dominique Dor, M.A., LPC-S

Dominique Dor

549 W. Wheatland Road, Duncanville, Texas

WOW! Who knew life would be this difficult? Walking with you through this great journey called LIFE is what I do, what I’m good at and what I love to do. Life Skills counseling is my passion. Life Skills is about using the lessons of life, good or bad and build bridges

Galit Ribakoff, M.S, LPC-S, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor

17304 Preston Road Suite 800, Dallas, Texas

I help adolescents and adults in a single, couple, family, and group setting. My focus is woman's issues, men's issues, and sexuality. I also work closely with relationship and communication skills, and depression/anxiety. EVENING APPOINTMENTS AND GREAT PACKAGE DEALS.

Cole Adams, LPC Intern, CSAT

Bluffview Counseling Services, PLLC

4240 W. Lovers Ln, Dallas, Texas

Are you struggling with a sexual addiction or compulsion? Are you frustrated with the painful consequences for you and those around you? I am passionate about my work and I'd like to help you resolve these issues.

Philip Kolba, MA

Psychotherapist

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.

Kevin Lambert, Psy.D., MBA

Licensed Psychologist

14673 Midway Rd., Ste #213, Addison, Texas

Life is a journey filled with wonderful moments & difficult challenges. Lambert Psychology clinicians will be honored to support & guide you (& your loved ones) in the journey toward strengthened relationships and enhanced, purposeful living.

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.

I’m Dr. Lisa Cooney, also known as “Dr. Lisa” …and I will help you build a bridge from living in your invisible cage of abuse and limitation to living your ROAR (Radically Orgasmically Alive Reality)! I know this is possible for you because I’ve lived this journey my

Linda Horton, MS, LPC, NCC, CCHt

Licensed Professional Counselor

4100 Spring Valley Road, Suite 275, Dallas, Texas

I offer a safe and welcoming environment where my clients can share their concerns and work through their problems. My greatest joy as a therapist is in helping my clients to have a more committed and productive future.



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

Counseling Dallas Texas

Therapist Dallas, Oak Lawn, Deep Ellum, Lakewood, Oak Cliff, University Park, Highland Park

Dallas was founded as a city in 1841 and was historically an important center for oil and cotton production.1 This, together with its ideal location along major railroad lines and strong financial and industrial sectors, allowed the city to grow immensely despite its lack of a direct link to the sea. Today, Dallas is considered the most politically and culturally liberal city in Texas. Despite this, the city remains a prominent center for conservative Protestant Christian seminars and influential churches. However, the greater Dallas area is accommodating to people from all walks of life.

Mental Health in Dallas

Over 830,000 Texas residents live with a mental illness. With Dallas being the third largest city in the state, it has a significant number of mentally ill residents. Yet, the Texas mental health system is underfunded and overburdened. As a result, only 21 percent of citizens who require behavioral health care are receiving it. Over 13 percent of Texas residents are on Medicaid and rely on public mental health services to meet their needs.2 With proper health care difficult to find, low-income residents often end up on the streets or incarcerated.

Advocating on behalf of the poor and other underserved populations is Mental Health America (MHA) of Greater Dallas. The mission of MHA is to improve the quality and accessibility of mental health care through education. MHA offers a number of outreach programs aimed specifically at educating the general public, as well as those with mental illness, about effective treatments for various mental health issues. MHA also offers support groups for people suffering from depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and other prevalent mental illnesses. Additional information about MHA and its programs and services is available by calling 214-871-2420.3

Current Initiatives

Amidst very rapid population growth and declining availability of quality mental health care, Dallas County, Texas has implemented the Texas Mental Health Transformation Initiative. The purpose of the program, which is a collaboration between public and private agencies, mental health practitioners, and consumers of mental health services, is to develop consumer-driven, recovery-focused programs that fill in the gaps in community mental health services throughout the county. Of particular emphasis is developing prison diversion programs, mental health services, and social support services. For further information about the Health Transformation Initiative, call 214-366-9407 extension 112.4


References

1. Texas State Historical Association. (2017). Dallas, Texas. Retrieved from http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/hdd01
2. National Alliance on Mental Illness. (2010). State Statistics - Texas. Retrieved from http://www.nami.org/ContentManagement/ContentDisplay.cfm?ContentFileID=93522
3. Mental Health America of Greater Dallas. (2017). Services and Programs. Retrieved from http://www.mhadallas.org/page/services-and-programs.cfm
4. Texas Mental Health Transformation. (2017). Home - Texas Mental Health Transformation. Retrieved from http://www.mhtransformation.org/cc_northstar.asp

Dallas is a city that is located in multiple counties- Rockwall County and Kaufman County and Collin County and Denton County and Dallas County in Texas. It has a land area of 340.90 square miles and a water area of 43.87 square miles.  The population of Dallas is 1.3 million people with 477,249 households and a median annual income of $43,781. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Dallas, TX

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Mental health treatment and therapy in Dallas is sometimes a struggle to afford for families and individuals without proper insurance coverage. Finances for many in Dallas are not able to cover long term weekly counseling sessions without a budgetary plan in place. The good news is that therapists are often willing to work with you if accessibility is an issue. Low cost therapy and sliding scales are just some of the options that therapists can offer. Insurance may cover your sessions as well. Talk to your counselor to learn more.