Counseling in Frisco, TX. Find the Right Therapist.

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Daniel Gowan, M.Div., M.A., LCDC, LPC-S

Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor

4975 Preston Park Blvd., Suite 790, Plano, Texas

Marriage counseling comprises about 50% of Daniel’s practice. In addition, he works with individuals around issues of Life Changes and Life Transitions. He will help you develop insight and understand what is going on so you feel better and live better.

Laura Wallace, Ph.D, LMFT

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

Available for Online Therapy

Laura provides therapy to children, adolescents, couples, and families using a strengths-based, family systems approach. She has specialized training in trauma-related issues as well as Gestalt approaches to therapy.

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.

Bob Good, Bob Good, M.A., Th.M., LPC-S

Licensed Professional Counselor

9741 Preston Road, #208, Frisco, Texas

With over 20 years of clinical practice, I have worked with individuals, couples, and families committed to guiding people with hope in knowing that they do not have to face the challenges of life alone. I provide researched based tools in a safe, compassionate place.

Renee Fromm, MA, LPC-S

Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor

3550 Parkwood Blvd, Frisco, Texas

TreeHouse Counseling provides your child with a strong foundation and a canopy of security in which they learn techniques to heal themselves, grow, and reduce stress within your family.

Jeanne Curtis, Psy. D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

5850 Town and Country Blvd Suite 1001, Frisco, Texas

Life is complicated. 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

Anna Lucchesi, M.Ed, LPC-S

Couples & Individual Counseling, Mentoring, Training

4100 Fairway Drive, Suite 200, Carrollton, Texas

Evening appointments & sliding scale. Supportive, solution-focused counseling for couples, individuals and professionals. I empower & teach people to use strengths, learn skills to enhance their lives and achieve their goals! Now is the time to start. LGBT welcome.

David Ashburner, MA, LPC, CSAT, CHFP

Men and Couples Counselor

5801 W Plano Pkwy, Plano, Texas

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.

Casey Cobb, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

5750 Genesis Court Suite, Ste. 100, Frisco, Texas

I am a compassionate, patient person who enjoys the challenge of helping my clients work through the adversities that they may encounter in life. If depression, anxiety, or negativity is holding you back, let's work together on a plan to help you feel hopeful again!


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

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Frisco is a suburb of Dallas with a population around 100,000 people. It is also thought to be one of the more wealthy areas in the Dallas area, along with being one of the fastest growing areas.  Forbes magazine named it the seventh-fastest growing suburbs in the country, back in 2007.  The economy in Frisco is mostly retail, with the largest retail space being the Stonebriar Centre, which opened in 2000.1 This center has 165 stores, IKEA, along with other retail and restaurant chains. The Centre is located right on Preston Road, which is a major traffic artery in the city. Frisco is different from the other cities in the area, as it diverts a percentage of their local sales tax revenue to fund the Economic Development Corporation, rather than the mass transportation system, which is what the other cities do. The purpose is to reallocate these funds back into commercial ventures. The city Square is another prominent structure in the area that is a mixed-use facility with 250 apartments, seven restaurants, and approximately 40,000 square feet in office space.  This is also where the new City Hall, main library and public common areas will be located.

Mental Health in Frisco

Stonebriar Community Church reaches out to the community of Frisco to supply encouragement and support in many ways.2 One of their most important focuses is providing a facility and a safe, secure environment for support groups in the community. Their Care Ministries helps Frisco residents connect through a variety of support groups, including groups for wives of substance abusers and groups for those with eating disorders. They also offer a 13 week GriefShare workshop geared toward those who are coping with the loss of a loved one. For more information about the Care Ministries offered at Stonebriar, call (469) 252-5218 or (469) 252-5200.

Bullying has become one of the most important mental health issues of our era, due to the significant and lingering effects that childhood bullying can have on adults.3 The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP) in Frisco is a community wide program with the goal of ending and preventing bullying in schools.4 The focuses of the program include creating safe learning environments, improving student achievement by reducing the anxiety and stress caused by bullying, providing the community with educational and emotional support in the event of bullying, and educating adults in strategies to address bullying. For more information about OBPP, call (469) 633-6000.

Current Initiatives

Connection United Methodist Church in Frisco is bringing the community together via its Community Impact volunteer program. The program’s volunteers seek out ways to become active in the community through serving those less fortunate. The Community Impact team addresses need in Frisco throughout the year in a variety of ways, including providing holiday meals to the homeless and others who are disadvantaged. For more information about the Community Impact team, call (214) 705-6070.5


References

1. Dallas Business Journal. (2016). Frisco Invests $70K to Develop Retail Strategy. Retrieved from http://www.bizjournals.com/dallas/news/2013/08/06/frisco-invests-70k-to-develop-retail.html?page=all
2. Stonebriar Community Church. (2017). Care Ministries Calendar. Retrieved from http://www.stonebriar.org/need-help/caring-ministries/care-ministries-calendar/
3.Texas School Safety Center-Texas State. (2017). Bullying. Retrieved from http://txssc.txstate.edu/topics/bullying/
4. Frisco Independent School District. (2017). Bullying Prevention and Intervention. Retrieved from http://www.friscoisd.org/ly/departments/guidancecounseling/bullying.htm
5. Connection United Methodist Church. (2017). Community Impact. Retrieved from http://www.connectionumc.net/serve/community-impact/

Frisco is a city that is located in multiple counties- Collin County and Denton County in Texas. It has a land area of 67.67 square miles and a water area of 0.55 square miles.  The population of Frisco is 154,407 people with 45,452 households and a median annual income of $114,098. .


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Licensed, professional counseling in Frisco is considered widely accessible by the majority of people who live here and budget is often not a concern for mental health treatment