Family therapy services in 75474: Quinlan, TX. Relationship and couples counseling.

Family counseling in 75474: Quinlan, TX. Honest and effective help for couples, relationships and blended families in and around Quinlan, Texas.


Family Therapist

Lauren Coats, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

201 Laurence Dr. Ste. 203, Heath, Texas

Family Therapy is an important aspect of my practice as I strive to help families stay together, maintain a happy atmosphere for children and teens, and loving parental relationships as a foundation for the home. Much of my approach to family counseling is focused on healthy communication techniques that allow for different perspectives while still maintaining respect for each family member. Oftentimes this is important for adolescents as they start to want more independence and privacy. A mediator in the room could be the missing link for your family to connect in a positive manner.

Family Therapist

Pare Radillo, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

201 Laurence Dr. Ste. 203 , Heath, Texas

Family therapy is important because sometimes everyone needs a safe, healthy, intentional place to be heard about issues that are happening in the home. I help navigate families overcome their challenges and find solutions that work best for their family. Parenting, sibling conflict, divorce, grief, and social or school expectations, are all common topics on family sessions.

Family Therapist

Harmony Moses, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

3600 Shire Blvd, Richardson , Texas

Family therapy...sounds like it could be a greatly humorous scene from a well made blockbuster movie. But, family therapy in real life to most would sound like a real live nightmare! Akward, and uncomfortable maybe...But family therapy can be one of the most healing processes a family can experience. Family therapy can also be the most effective way of treating a dysfuntional system as a whole versus treating individual people with individual symptoms. As a family systems theorist, Harmony believes that for the system to be its healthiest, it would make the most sense to treat the whole family!

Family Therapist

Aaron Levy, LPC, M.S.

Licensed Professional Counselor

101 E Park Blvd #1160, Plano, Texas

Family are one of my favorite populations to work with. I always say "the more, the merrier." Family play a significant role into the person we develop into, as well as they are found close in our hearts. However, when they are not close, and there seems to be many problems going on, it is always important to listen to everyone, and work through this season.

Family Therapist

Paul Myers, MA. LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

101 East Park Blvd., Plano, Texas

Having a healthy family with fulfilling relationships is very possible. Its normal to argue and fight with your family members but having a unified family full of meaningful connection is very possible. Relationships are difficult and require a lot of work. Every family is unique and once you are aware of what your family's patterns and dynamics are you can become a strong, healthy, fully connected unit.

Family Therapist

Cynthia Orrego, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

101 E. Park Blvd. , Plano, Texas

My approach to family therapy is to help families find tools that will help improve communication and resolve conflicts. In my therapy sessions I help families become aware of certain roadblocks to good communication and guide them in removing these obstacles. By teaching parents positive behavioral supports, conflict resolution skills, and coping tools, family dynamics are likely to improve helping the family grow together in a positive direction.

Family Therapist

Marvin Schick, MA, LMFTA

Licensed Marital and Family Therapist Associate

3120 A-3 Hudson Crossing, McKinney, Texas

Families who come in for counseling as a family are given a chance to work through issues in a safe environment-- where trust, respect, and honor are learned, given, and received--because the family is intentional about learning new strategies. Families learn that it is counterproductive to have an "identified patient" in the family, where one family member is "tagged" to be the only one acting out and causing family distress. Biblical and Family Systems principles may be applied to have the whole family become engaged in the positive change and nurturing process.


75474 is a zip code located in Hunt County and part of Quinlan, Texas. It has a land area of 107.290 square miles.  The population of 75474 is 14,882 people.