Therapists in North Richland Hills, TX and Nearby Locations

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Ciara Weddborn
LPC, BCN/QEEG-DL
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Texas

I am Bilingual (Spanish/English) and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. I see therapy as a collaborative effort of gaining insight, self-awareness and a better understanding on how to approach life. I believe that counseling begins with...
Kami Guidry
MS, LMFT-Associate
In-Person Sessions:

Frisco, Texas

Kami Guidry is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist - Associate, supervised by Layla Z. Scott, PhD, LMFT, CFLE. Kami attended Texas Woman's University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Family Studies and Master of Science in Family...
Melody Brooke
LMFT, LPC
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Texas, Colorado

Melody Brooke is a licensed marriage and family therapist who helps couples and individuals transform their relationships. She’s spent 25 years counseling clients on how to form healthy, satisfying relationships with one-on-one therapy, couples...
Tiffany Young
LMFT Associate, LPC
In-Person Sessions:

North Richland Hills, Texas

Tiffany Young is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate and Licensed Professional Counselor Intern under the supervision of Beth Ann Contreras. Tiffany has a Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy from The King’s University. Tiffany is...
In-Person Sessions:

Dallas, Texas

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Texas

If you’ve ever wondered why relationships are so damn hard. You’re in the right place. I get it. I specialize in helping milennial couples tackle relationship issues ranging from dealing with FOMO, marriage and commitment, partner conflict, loss...
Rachel Gerbosi
MS Counseling, LPC, LMFT-Associate, LCDC
In-Person Sessions:

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...
Casey Leamy
MS Counseling, LMFT
In-Person Sessions:

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
In-Person Sessions:

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...
Eddie Osuagwu
LPC, LCDC, US DOT SAP, LPC-Supervisor (LPC-S)
In-Person Sessions:

Mesquite, Texas

Eddie Osuagwu is a Licensed Professional Counselor (L.P.C.). He is also a diplomate in addiction treatment; Level III- Diplomate (ADC) and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor(L.C.D.C.). He has been in the counseling profession for over two...
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...
In-Person Sessions:

Arlington, Texas

Ashley received her Master’s of Education in Counseling from Tarleton State University and her Bachelor of Science in Education from The University of Texas at Arlington. Ashley has experience with play therapy, solution-focused counseling, and...
Mark DeYoung
LMFT, Ph.D.
In-Person Sessions:

Fort Worth, Texas

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Texas

Dr. Mark DeYoung is Licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Texas. He has been a counselor since 1995. Dr. DeYoung is a dynamic family therapist who has pioneered therapy delivery methods in many unique environments. He has...
Heather  Craig
LPC-Intern
In-Person Sessions:

Mansfield, Texas

Heather is a Licensed Professional Counseling Intern with direct supervision from Meredith Ivey and Dr. Dan Clement. She is a graduate of the Masters in Professional Counseling at Dallas Baptist University. Heather has an Associates Degree in...
Kelsey Poskey
LPC-Intern
In-Person Sessions:

North Richland Hills, Texas

Kelsey is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern under the direct supervision of Chris Covington, LPC-S. She received a Masters of Arts in Biblical Counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary, and a Bachelor’s of Science in Animal Science from...
In-Person Sessions:

Arlington, Texas

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Texas

Whether you are dealing with feelings of hopelessness, depression, or anxiety, a past tragedy, or abuse, Michelle will encourage and guide you toward a path of healing and hope. She believes in creating a safe place where you can learn, grow, and...
Amy Scarborough
LPC-Intern
In-Person Sessions:

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...
Shameela Keshavjee
LMFT, LMFT-Supervisor
In-Person Sessions:

Southlake, Texas

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Texas

Relationships can be the cornerstone to a happy and fulfilling life. When they hurt, you hurt. But the relationship you want is within reach! It takes dedication and conscious effort, but you can have the relationship of your dreams. As your couples...
In-Person Sessions:

Cleburne, Texas

Nancy is an experienced bilingual therapist working with children, adolescents, families, couples and individual adults on a variety of issues. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, and PREPARE/ENRICH...
Katie Witcher
LMFT- Associate
In-Person Sessions:

Dallas, Texas

My goal is to help you work through obstacles so you can fully live a life you love. As a Marriage and Family Therapist, my approach involves understanding the relationship patterns of your life, from the family you were born into to your current...
Meredith Ivey
LPC-Supervisor 1
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Texas

Meredith Ivey is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supevisor as well as a Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor, and a Child Centered Play Therapist- Supervisor. She has been counseling in Arlington for 7 years now. She graduated from the University...

An Overview of Mental Health in North Richland Hills, Texas

North Richland Hills is a ritzy part of Texas that is just as swanky as its name suggests. It is home to 70,441 individuals, the majority of which are 37.2 years of age. The city is a suburb of Dallas Fort Worth and has been voted as one of the top 100 cities in which to live multiple times. AreaVibes gave the suburb an overall livability rating of 91, making it one of the top 100 cities in the USA and the top 100 medium cities. From the outside, North Richland Hills looks like the ideal place to live, and even its numbers, which you can explore in the next section, suggest that it is. However, does the wealth and glamour characterized by the city put its residents at risk of behavioral disorders?

North Richland Hills at a Glance

The median household income in North Richland Hills was $65,340 in 2017, according to the United States Census Bureau. This number is significantly greater than the national median household income, the state’s median household income, and surrounding counties. The median income per capita is 33.278. The poverty rate in the suburb is a low 7.7%.

The wage-gender disparity is alive and well in North Richland Hills. Males earned, on average, $64,027. Women in similar roles and of similar experience levels earned almost $20,000 less, at $45,764. Wage distribution in general is also less even in the city compared to the national average.

The top three most common occupations in North Richland Hills are administrative, management, and sales. The most common industries are healthcare, retail trade, and educational services.

According to AreaVibes, the cost of living in North Richland Hills is higher than the national average, thereby earning a C rating. Everything from groceries to healthcare to utilities is more expensive in this area than in Texas or the United States. The only item that falls below the national index is housing. That said, with a housing index of 92, it is still significantly more expensive to buy a home in North Richland Hills than anywhere else in the state, which earned a rating of 83.

Factors That May Contribute to Mental Illness

At a glance, North Richland Hills may seem like a place in which mental disorders are minimal. However, the suburb is characterized by several factors that are often associated with a diminished state of mental health. The most surprising factor is one you may not expect: wealth.

According to a 2014 Berkeley study of more than 600 men and women, one’s perceived social status, or lack thereof, is associated with a wide range of mental disorders. Just as deflated feelings of self-worth are associated with a host of mental issues, so too is inflated self-worth. The study found that inflated feelings of self-worth are associated with narcissistic personality disorder, bipolar disorder, depression, and anxiety. Individuals who have high levels of pride, as wealthy people often do, show higher rates of mania than those with limited or a reasonable amount of resources.

Wealth isn’t the only factor that may contribute to the area’s mental health issues. Some other factors one must consider are as follows:

  • Wage Disparity: The wage disparity between men and women is nothing new, but that doesn’t make it healthy. Countless studies suggest that the gender wage gap contributes to high feelings of anxiety, depression, and a low sense of self-worth among women. The mean number of depressive disorders for working females is twice that of working males.
  • Industry and Occupation: Mental illness is a major concern in the healthcare industry, North Richlands Hills’ number one industry. Because of odd and prolonged work hours, emotional labor, psychological distress, and other factors, healthcare workers are at an increased risk for mood, anxiety, sleep, and other psychiatric disorders. Retail has also been ranked as one of the top three industries in which mental health disturbances are most common.

The number one occupation in North Richland Hills is administrative. Office workers demonstrate higher levels of anxiety and depression than non-office workers.

  • Excessive Drinking: Tarrant County’s excessive drinking prevalence rate is 18.7%, one of the highest values in all of Texas. Excessive drinking is associated with depression, anxiety, mood disorders, job loss, and other adverse health conditions.