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ADDICTION TREATMENT CENTERS IN ARLINGTON, TEXAS

ARLINGTON, TX REHAB CENTERS AND ADDICTION TREATMENT
Arlington, TX 76011
Arlington, TX 76010
WHAT THERAPISTS IN ARLINGTON HAVE TO SAY
Compassion Family Counseling
Compassion Family Counseling
Arlington, TX 76013

What types of services do you offer?

We have several different therapists on staff and we offer counseling services for individuals, couples, families and groups.  Including play therapy,sex therapy, anger management and many others.  We also offer testing and assesments.  

What issues do you specify treatment for?

We specify treatment in abuse, disorders, anger, relationship issues, anxiety, and depression. 

What therapy modalities do you use in your practice?

We often adapt our modalities to the individual needs of the client.  We do use CBT and spirituality.  

When should one seek treatment?

As soon as they feel something is inhibiting their daily life.  The sooner someone seeks treatment, in most cases that means they will also cease treatment in a shorter period of time.  

Why should someone choose to come to your practice?

Our practice has the goal of helping others.  If that means we need to refer out or get additional help from outside sources we will.  We want our clients to have the best counseling experience possible and strive to go above and beyond the client's expectations of the counseling process.  

What relationship exists between mental health and substance abuse? What services do you provide for someone suffering with either and/or both?

We believe that if someone is mentally and emotionally healthy they are much more likly to be able to overcome and deny temptations that lead to substance abuse.  If someone is suffering from substance abuse we can incorporate CBT and other steps in order to help with the immediate situation, and we will also focus on the mental health of the indivudal adding strength and health allowing them to continue growth in preventing possible opportunities for future substance abuse.  

Compassion Family Counseling is a counseling practice in Arlington, Texas. For more information on their services, please call (817) 723-1210. 

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Compassion Family Counseling
2214 Michigan Ave suite F
Arlington, TX 76013
Dr. Carol Doss of the Family Counseling Center
Dr. Carol Doss of the Family Counseling Center
Arlington, TX 76013

What types of services do you offer? What issues do you specify treatment for?

We provide individual and marital counseling for ages 4 to 104. We work with young children in Play Therapy (as children process through play) and sometimes offer group counseling when we see a need. We see individuals with anxiety and depression, as well as, those who struggle with other mental health disorders, all of which can have relationship and job impacts.

What therapy modalities do you use in your practices?

We use a cognitive behavioral approach in a warm, supportive environment. Seeking therapy can be scary and we want our clients to experience being understood, as well as, educated.

When should one seek treatment?

There are moments in most lives when individuals struggle to know how to create the experiences they want. Parenting and relationships are challenging, as well as rewarding. Sometimes individuals struggle with anxiety and depression and don’t know how to move forward. We can help.

What relationships exist between mental health and substance abuse? What services do you provide for someone suffering with either and/or both?

Substance abuse can begin as an attempt to cope with life stresses, but then take on a frightening reality of their own, leaving people worse off than when they started. It’s rare to find an individual who didn’t start abusing substances out of mental health challenges and even more rare to find an abuser who hasn’t created many life issues for himself. The two issues are almost always linked.

Dr. Carol Doss is a Counselor at the Family Counseling Center in Arlington, Texas. For more information regarding Dr. Doss’ services, please call (817) 275-3617.

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Dr. Carol Doss of the Family Counseling Center
3617 W Pioneer Parkway
Arlington, TX 76013
Susan Dalrymple of Pathways Counseling
Susan Dalrymple of Pathways Counseling
Arlington, TX 76017

What types of services do you offer? What issues do you specify treatment for?

I offer outpatient services for adults, specializing in first responders, combat veterans, and all forms of trauma. I am an EMDR certified therapist from EMDR, and use EMDR to address trauma, anxiety, phobias and depression, as well as more traditional forms of talk therapy, depending on what the individual client needs.

What therapy modalities do you use in your practice?

Individual and couples; EMDR, Cognitive-Behavioral, Transactional Analysis, Dreamwork to address nightmares

When should one seek treatment?

When life becomes unmanageable, when focus is desired, or when you get quiet enough to realize it is time because you are doing is getting you nowhere.

What relationships exist between mental health and substance abuse? What services do you provide for someone suffering with either and/or both?

Substance abuse and mental health often co-exist, and each can exacerbate the other. You cannot treat one without acknowledging and attending to the other. Understanding how and when addictive behaviors began is the start, then breaking the subsequent emotional and behavioral chains that reinforce one another can begin. EMDR can be useful with this to address underlying traumatic experiences, along with interpersonal work and cognitive behavioral strategies. I do not separate mental health and substance issues, it is about treating the whole person, all of the part that hurt, noting all of the coping skills that help, and those that cause further damage.  

Susan Dalrymple is a Clinical Social Work/Therapist at Pathways Counseling in Arlington, Texas. For more information regarding Susan’s services, please call (817) 734-4154.

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Susan Dalrymple of Pathways Counseling
5620 SW Green Oaks Blvd, Suite D
Arlington, TX 76017
Travis Jones
Travis Jones
Arlington, TX 76018

What types of services do you offer?

Professionally, I have worked in human services for more than 12 years, first with adults with chronic mental health issues, and now with families pursuing foster care and adoptive placement of children in the child welfare system. Personally, I have been called to the field of counseling from a young age. My passion is for building strong families, and I seek to accomplish this mission by helping others grow personally and in their relationships with others. As a husband and father, I recognize the challenges that we all face, and I hope to be a resource to help you in whatever ways that you are seeking to grow. During therapy with an individual, couple, or family, my aim will be to assist you in making the changes that you believe are important. We will set goals together so that we can measure our progress in working together. I consider it a privilege to work alongside those seeking to grow.

What issues do you specify treatment for?

I have experience in counseling married couples, as well as individuals. I have provided pre- marital counseling, as well as therapy for couples considering reconciliation of a broken relationship. In individual therapy, I have worked with clients on issues of grief, childhood abuse, strained family relationships, depression, motivation, and many other topics. I work with foster and adoptive families, professionally, and find a special joy in helping families that are providing a forever family for children who are in need. And, I believe that I have particular insights that are well-suited for families struggling with infertility and/or infant loss.

What therapy modalities do you use in your practice?

Throughout my studies I have focused primarily on the relationships between men and women and have enjoyed counseling with individuals and with couples. Theoretically, I align myself in the school of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy (CBT), adhering primarily to the theory of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT). This style of counseling focuses primarily on the thoughts and ideas that influence emotions and behaviors. Although I have a preference for this style, I am most interested in exercising flexibility for the sake of my clients, which means that I am able to adapt my counseling style, should you not be well suited for CBT or REBT.

When should one seek treatment?

Counseling shouldn’t just be a crisis response or something reserved for those who are instable. Rather, counseling can, and should, be used proactively during times of stress or upcoming stress, when things feel unsettled or uncomfortable, during interpersonal conflict, or when one feels that they are “stuck” and need help progressing in any area of their life.

Why should someone choose to come to your practice?

Counseling is a very person relationship and experience. I recognize the vulnerability involved in opening up to a stranger. I strive to create and comfortable and relaxed environment that feels more like a conversation than “being treated.” I encourage anyone considering counseling to take a leap of faith and work to establish rapport to see if this is the right fit for you.

What relationship exists between mental health and substance abuse? What services do you provide for someone suffering with either and/or both?

Compulsive behaviors are often one’s way of managing some type of insecurity or anxiety. I believe that by working to find the core issue and working to resolve those insecurities and anxieties, we can find healthy ways to relieve those deep pains. Behavioral change is great, but working at the core can help to resolve not only the behaviors, but the cause… and hopefully prevent future compulsions and additions.

Travis is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a private practice, Aspire Family Counseling, in Arlington, Texas. For more information on his services, please contact him at (817) 944-5360. 

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Travis Jones
320 Westway Place, Suite 547
Arlington, TX 76018
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