Find Therapists, Counselors and Psychologists in Irving, Texas

Find a therapist in Irving, Texas  that meets your needs. Browse our comprehensive list of affordable and licensed therapists in Irving to find a professional specializing in counseling people with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief and more.

Dr. Josh Briley

Dr. Josh Briley, PhD

Hello. I am a licensed psychologist in Texas with over 20 years experience providing therapy to a wide range of populations. I am passionate and committed to those individuals who honor me with their trust in asking for help in their struggles. My approach to counseling is to focus on you as an individual. Each person I work with has strengths and coping skills he or she has utilized to get Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 20 years

Dr. Ashley Streeter

Dr. Ashley Streeter, LPC, NCC

Dear Future Client, Welcome and make yourself at home. Though this is an online platform, our chat space is yours to make yourself comfortable and at home. I truly hope you feel hopeful, safe, and warm as I believe those feelings are needed to support change and healing. If I can do anything to help create such an environment for you, please let me know. I am a licensed professional counselor in the states of Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 5 years

Ashley Harmon

Ashley Harmon, LCSW-S, LCDC-I

Welcome! My name is Ashley Wallace and I have been in the counseling profession for about 6years now. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor in the state of Texas and received both my Bachelors of Social Work and Masters of Science in Social Work from The University of Texas at Austin. My current full-time role is working with primarily young adults Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 6 years

Linette Tovar

Linette Tovar, LPC

Sometimes a person can feel lost after experiencing a traumatic event. Coping with all of the confusing thoughts, emotions, and behaviors can be difficult. Depression, anxiety, and other emotional disturbances can set in, causing disruptions at work, school, and home. I aim at helping clients feel heard, understood and whole again. Every individual is unique, thus requiring individualized treatment. I use a combination of different modalities to help meet the needs of each individual. Some Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 5 years

Dora Cumpian

Dora Cumpian, M.Ed, LPC

I pursued my Master's Degree in Counseling and later my License as Professional Counselor in Texas. I believe that counselors help people grow. When a person wants to change it is the perfect opportunity for a counselor to help. I am a person centered-existentialist with plenty of experience with transitional counseling. I am an enthusiastic road cyclist and believe on nature and adventure processes. Read More...
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  • Languages: English, Spanish
  • Experience: 8 years

Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams, LPC

Welcome to the start of your new life. My name Michelle Williams, I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas. With today's stigma and false beliefs about counseling, many individuals go without help. Others wait till all else fails before getting help. However, no matter when you seek help you should be able to do so with a professional who is willing to understand and listen to your story and help you on a Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 4 years

Debra Lawson

Debra Lawson, LCSW

Hello. My name is Debra Lawson. I am very happy to have this opportunity to work with you. I have 27 years of experience providing counseling. I have a Masters Degree in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (Texas 23854). I was in private practice for 6 years during which I provided individual, family and marriage counseling to children, adolescents and adults. Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 27 years

Tabatha Gunn

Tabatha Gunn,

I am Tabatha Gunn. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor (LPC-S) through the Texas State Board of Professional Counselors. I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of North Texas in Denton, TX and my Master’s Degree in Counseling at Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, TX. I completed the certification process for LPC Supervision at the University of North Texas in Denton, TX. I have been a licensed therapist for 10 years. Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 10 years

Kathi Turner

Kathi Turner, LCSW, ACSW

Welcome. You are seeking change. You know you want something different or something more, but you have not yet found ways to make change happen on your own. Perhaps you feel uncomfortable seeking help because, in our culture, many of us are taught to be tough and figure things out on our own. Being strong and independent will always be an asset, but those same qualities can help you learn, grow, and change even more Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 3 years

Laura Landis

Laura Landis, M.ED., LPC-S

Hi and welcome to your new adventure! First of all, you accomplished something today by being here and seeking some help. My name is Laura and I am very excited to get to know you. I have a huge passion for helping people and have been counseling for close to ten years. During that time, I worked with people from all walks of life. I met with mothers who have experienced the death of a Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 10 years

Overview of Mental Health Resources in Irving, Texas

Irving is a main core city and an inner suburb circle in the city of Dallas.  The city has a total area of 67.7 square miles (175 km2) and approximately 240,373 people in 2017 according to the U.S. Census.  It is a humid subtropical climate. The median income in the U.S. Census for the year 2000 was at $50,172 for a family and there were approximately 10% of the population below the poverty line.  Citigroup and Verizon are the largest employers.  In 2007, it was reported that an estimated 33% of the population were from outside of the U.S.  It was the first home of the NFL team Dallas Cowboys and was the home of the Texas Musicians Museum, but they left the city without any cultural attractions when they decided to leave in 2018.

The rate of homeless people has increased in Irving during the past year.  In 2018, Texas State lawmakers recognized the link between mental health illnesses with high crime risks and homelessness.  In the city’s Good Elementary School, 93% of the children qualify for free or reduced-cost meals.  The Brookings Institution, a nonprofit public-policy organization, reports that the inner-ring suburbs are now facing the same challenges as in major cities.  The report shows that about 47% of the population living below the poverty line was in the suburbs in the Dallas area in 2008, up from 41% in 2000.  Approximately one in five children in Texas is suffering from a mental illness.  An estimate of one in four people in Texas experiences some form of mental illness, but the state ranks as 49th in the nation in per capita public mental health expenditure.  The state of Texas had a 4.2% divorce rate in 2016 according to the National Vital Statistic Report compared the U.S. rate of 6.9% in the same year.

Human Rights Campaign Municipal Equality Index named Irving as one of the worst cities to live in for the LGBT community.  They rated 6 points out of 100.  The index studies how inclusive municipal laws, policies, and services are for the LGBT+ community.  Irving was one of the lowest scores in the nation, including in anti-bullying practices.  LGBT+ adults are significantly more likely to suffer from mental illness than a heterosexual adult.  LGBT+ students in the Fort Worth area are about three times more likely to have considered suicide than non-LGBT+ students in 2017.

How We Can Help

Like many cities, Irving’s mental health services and providers can not keep up with the growing amount of extensiveness in the city’s mental health needs and the growing number of residents.  It can become frustrating trying to find help when there are limited resources.  Finding a good connection in a timely manner can make all the difference.  We would like to help you do just that.  We have a directory to help you navigate your way towards better mental health and you can visit our website at for more referrals.  Be sure to list your symptoms and concerns to make certain that you remember everything that you want to discuss.  List any questions you may have about the treatment plan and what your goal is to be achieved from therapy.  Many therapists will provide a complimentary consultation.

Crisis Intervention

The National Suicide Hotline provides support for those in distress, in crisis, and having suicidal thoughts.  This is a confidential hotline that is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

Suicide & Crisis Center provides crisis support and mental health screenings for the youth.

Nonprofit Mental Health Organizations

The Family Advocacy Center provides free counseling to the city’s youths and families.  They also offer group counseling and educational classes.

Metrocare Services provides behavioral health services to adults and children.

The Promise House offers counseling to teens and their families.  Their services also include crisis support and emergency shelter.

The Counseling Place provides professional individual and family counseling for children, adolescents, adults, and victims of crime.  Services are on a sliding scale and free for crime victims.

My Resource Center delivers outpatient mental health and substance abuse services for youth, adults, and seniors.  They also specialize in counseling and support for the LGBT+ community.  Medication management is available and they offer a complimentary assessment.

Behavioral Health Hospitals

Dallas Behavioral Healthcare Hospital provides inpatient psychiatric care for adolescents and adults.  They offer dual diagnosis treatment, a detox program, Partial Hospital Program (PHP), and intensive outpatient care.

Medical City Green Oaks Hospital ranks in the top 5% of all behavioral health hospitals in patient satisfaction.  They provide inpatient and outpatient care.

We hope that finding this resource is your first step towards finding peace and wellness.  Please visit our website at for more valuable information and list of therapists.  We wish you well on your journey.