Arlington, Texas Therapists

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The Woodlands, Texas

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Texas

Always remember that your present situation is not your final destination. Life doesn't allow us to go back and fix what we have done wrong in the past, but it does allow us to live each day better than our last. The best is yet to come. Join this...
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Texas

Hello! My name is Samira Pizarro. I am a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Texas. I graduated from Western Kentucky University in 2017 and received my LCSW license in 2022. I love watching tv/movies, playing games and reading. Do you...
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League City, Texas

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Texas

Bilingual therapist with an eclectic approach so I will use tools from different theories in order for you to get the best outcome possible. And make this experience of self-growth something that you can be proud of.
Francisco Ortiz
L.P.C, MS
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Texas

It can be challenging finding the right therapist. My name is Francisco and I have dedicated my life to helping people who are struggling with depression, anxiety, life transitions, and relationship issues. It is never easy asking for help, and I...
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Missouri City, Texas

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Texas

Does anxiety run your life? Do you avoid certain situations or find yourself consumed with worry about a number of things in your life? Has your anxiety prevented you from achieving the goals you once envisioned for yourself? Has your anxiety...
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Georgia, Texas

My clients are very high-functioning, motivated, and committed to making changes in their life and I love providing them with tools and techniques so that they can reach their potential and ultimately stop coming to therapy. I know your time and...
Stephanie Broussard
LCSW, ACHP-SW
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Texas, Texas

Lost? Confused? Afraid? Are you facing a difficult situation and feeling overwhelmed?  A new diagnosis, the death of a loved one, divorce, the teenage years, marriage, the birth of a baby...... Has life thrown you and/or your family a curve ball...
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Houston, Texas

I speak fluent English and Spanish and My formal education and my life experiences have provided me with skills to help others encounter the nature of the barriers that prevent them from finding the true meaning of life and living. You can discover...
Suzanne Kamfar
LPC Intern
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Houston, Texas

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Texas

Are you a high functioning professional who is feeling exhausted, anxious, frustrated or unhappy? Overwhelming demands of the job (and balancing a home life), can leave you feeling drained, on edge, and interrupt your sleep and ability to take good...
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Richmond, Texas

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Texas

Do you want to vent, talk , explore your inner thoughts , address your hurts...schedule your session today! My private practice is available 7 days a week. Whether , you are dealing with challenges at work, relationship difficulties, phases in life,...
Michelle Salzman
LPC-Supervisor 1
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Texas

I'm Michelle. I would welcome the opportunity to talk with you. I know it is tough to reach out for help but a better life awaits you as you enter counseling. Give me a call or text me at the number provided. These forms of contact with me are...
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San Antonio, Texas

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Texas, Virginia

Amanda Sharp, Ph.D (Doctor of Psychology), Licensed Clinical Psychologist Dr. Sharp is the founder and owner of Monarch Behavioral Health, PLLC. She earned her Doctorate in Psychology in 2018. She has been conducting assessments and providing...
Kristen Matthews
LPC Intern
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Houston, Texas

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Texas

Do things seem overwhelming? Are you uncertain? Do you have doubts? Does your mind torment you? Are you confused or even scared? Suffering? If so, you have found the right person. Things CAN get better. I am here to help you regain a sense of...
Lisa Sells
L.P.C, MA
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Texas, Virginia

You are anxious and stressed. You feel like no matter how hard you try, it’s just not good enough. You’re feeling overwhelmed by life; thinking that others’ problems are more serious and you don’t want to bring anyone down by sharing your...
Jessica Glass
LPC, LCDC
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Houston, Texas

As your future therapist, it is my goal to help you work through the things that have been causing problems within your life. I am passionate about servicing you. I believe that everyone can become who they want to be and live a purposeful life. You...
Rachel Gerbosi
MS Counseling, LPC, LMFT-Associate, LCDC
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Dallas, Texas

My first priority in the counseling process is to ensure a trusting therapeutic relationship between you and I. No two people are the same, and it is my mission for us to work together to establish goals that are personalized to fit your unique...
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Houston, Texas

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Texas

Are your child or teen’s emotions or behaviors out of control? Are they -- having tantrums or fights, talking back, self-harming, threatening suicide, running away, or refusing to follow rules? Calls from their teachers or other parents,...
Amy Scarborough
LPC-Intern
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Mansfield, Texas

Amy is a Licensed Professional Counseling Intern with direct supervision from Meredith Ivy LPC-S, RPT-S. Amy has a Masters of Arts in Professional Counseling from Liberty University and a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Education from Stephen...
Casey Leamy
MS Counseling, LMFT
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Dallas, Texas

Nothing in life is one size fits all; therapy is no exception. My first priority is to establish a trusting relationship with you, then together create goals tailored to your individual needs. As humans, we tend to shy away from uncomfortable,...
Brittany Cruse
LMSW, LPC-Intern
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North Richland Hills, Texas

Brittany is a Licensed Master Social Worker under direct supervision from Lauren Scott LCSW. She graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Master’s in Social Work, as well as a Bachelor’s in Psychology. Brittany uses an eclectic...
Katherine Portillo
MEd, LCDC, LPC-I
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League City, Texas

My therapeutic focus is centered to every client's needs and personal situation. I like to focus on reframing thoughts and emotions and educating clients on resources that will make their life more manageable and help each client reach a sense of...
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Texas

Love-Sex-Trust orientation. I work best with those who want to get to the root of the original pain point and rework old patterns, beliefs and behaviors; gaining clarity with the self and more closeness with others. Deal with affairs, unproductive...
Dr. Kimberly James
Licensed Psychologist -Texas, Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology
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Houston, Texas

I am a licensed psychologist, leadership coach and career counselor with expertise in empowering individuals and groups to recognize their strengths, create successful action plans and realize satisfying and dynamic lives and careers. I enjoy...
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San Antonio, Texas

I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in San Antonio, Texas. I received my Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2004, my Masters of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Purdue...

Finding Mental Health Professionals in Arlington, Texas

The phrase that everybody knows about the state of Texas seems to be very true: everything is bigger in Texas. Arlington is no exception; as it is not as massive a city as Dallas or Houston, the city of Arlington is still big. On the surface, Arlington is like any other major city in the United States: there is plenty to do, many entertainment venues, and more than a smattering of landmarks and other attractions. Living in Arlington is enjoyable if you have a lot of money. The cost of things is a major issue in Arlington, and it will be a significant thread in the discussion of mental health issues in Arlington.

The phrase “money doesn’t buy happiness” has always been suspect, but it is even more a suspect phrase when discussing stable lifestyles in Arlington. The city of Arlington is a very expensive place to live. A quick look at its Wikipedia page will reveal that nearly half of the residents spend over a third of their income on maintaining their household, whether they are renting or owning. This can be extremely stressful and can be a very good reason to see a mental health counselor to make sure that you are mentally stable enough to make better decisions with your money. This is especially true if you have a family.

To put these numbers in perspective, the average rent in Arlington costs around $900 per month. According to the Wikipedia page, the average income for a household is right around $50000 (assuming the household contains a married couple). This also assumes that the household does not have any home expenses. Given this information, the fact that it is common to spend a third of income on maintaining the house is very accurate. This again presents a bigger incentive to investigate finding a mental health professional.

The Effect of Stress That Money Issues Can Cause

It is well established that it costs a lot of money to live and enjoy oneself in Arlington. But it is also useful to explore how money issues can cause stress, which can snowball into a Pandora’s box of mental health issues. Like most things, this is best when confronted and addressed when it is still very manageable. Although it is debatable that money can buy happiness, money certainly buys stability. Stability in the areas that count (maintaining a home and/or a family) is one thing that contributes quite a bit to good mental health.

While it is true that mental health professionals in no way resemble any form of financial advisor, it is possible to work with one to detect bad habits that result in more spending that can lead to stressful situations that can affect work/schooling and relationships. Then, these new problems can cause one to possibly turn to dangerous coping habits such as smoking, drinking, or stress eating. These coping habits can cause even deeper mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, anger issues, and other mental health issues.