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Individual Adult Counseling
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Individual Adult Counseling

Individual Adult Counseling in Dallas, TX Area

We Offer a Range of Therapeutic Techniques to Help You Break Through Personal Barriers

Our practice is committed to providing a safe, supportive, and confidential environment where clients can explore their thoughts, emotions, and challenges. Whether you are facing difficulties in your personal life, relationships, or career, our team of experienced therapists is ready to help you navigate through life's complexities to find healing and growth. Our versatile counselors are here to provide personalized guidance and equip you with the tools you need to build a life of fulfillment and strength.

Our Approach to Individual Therapy

Each of our therapists brings a unique set of skills and expertise to the practice, allowing us to offer a diverse range of therapeutic approaches. We understand that every individual is different, and we tailor our counseling techniques to meet your specific needs and goals. If you’re not sure which approach to take, don’t worry—we’ll work together to determine a strategy that will best serve you.

Our approaches may include Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Psychodynamic Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Therapy, EMDR Therapy, and more. We believe in empowering our clients by equipping them with practical tools to manage stress, anxiety, depression, and other challenges effectively. We offer individual counseling services to adults dealing with various life issues.

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Commonly Addressed Areas:

  • Anxiety Therapy & Stress Management
  • Depression & Mood Disorders
  • Relationship & Communication Issues
  • Grief & Loss
  • Self-Esteem & Self-Confidence
  • Career & Life Transitions
  • Anger Management
  • Trauma & Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Personal Growth & Wellness
  • LGBTQ+ Affirmative Therapy

Counselors for Individual Adult Clients

Licensed Professional <br>
Counselor
Heather Belzeski
Licensed Professional
Counselor
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Licensed Professional <br>
Counselor
Allie V. Whistler
Licensed Professional
Counselor
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Licensed Master <br> Social Worker
Rose LaVilla
Licensed Master
Social Worker
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Licensed Professional <br> Counselor Associate
Hannah Christensen
Licensed Professional
Counselor Associate
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Licensed Clinical <br> Social Worker
Annalisa Blackham
Licensed Clinical
Social Worker
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Licensed Professional <br> Counselor Associate
Jeremy Jones
Licensed Professional
Counselor Associate
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Licensed Professional <br> Counselor
Lea Ann Crawford
Licensed Professional
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Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor
Kali Carter
Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor
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Licensed Professional <br>
Counselor
Gloria E. Gonzalez
Licensed Professional
Counselor
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Licensed Professional <br> Counselor Associate
Monica Rios
Licensed Professional
Counselor Associate
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Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor
Kelly L. Cheatham
Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor
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Your Counseling Questions Answered

What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapy that helps people identify and change the negative thought patterns and behaviors that contribute to their emotional distress. This approach can be effective for a variety of mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and chronic pain. 

CBT is based on the idea that our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are all interconnected. When we have negative thoughts, it can lead to negative emotions and behaviors. CBT helps us to identify these negative thoughts and beliefs, and to challenge them in a more realistic and helpful way.

Does Therapy Help with Anxiety?

Yes! A counselor can help you understand the root causes of your anxiety and how it affects your feelings, behaviors, and thoughts. Then, as part of a collaborative process, you can learn to challenge negative thoughts, helpful coping skills, and more. Therapy is a great place to face your fears in a safe environment and build up your self-confidence.

Is Counseling the Same as Therapy?

The terms can be used interchangeably for the most part. That said, “counseling” more often refers to working through a specific challenge or problem, whereas “therapy” is more often used for long-term changes in undesirable thoughts, feelings, or behavior patterns. At Zoetry Counseling, we can adapt our individual services for either of these goals, and we’ll work together to determine the right support for your situation.

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Finding a therapist can be one of the most transformational experiences of your life. But we understand that getting started isn’t always easy. When you’re ready to request an appointment with a counselor on our team, simply fill out the form to tell us a little more about the type of therapy you’re interested in, your preferred location (including telehealth) and when you’re available. We’re also happy to answer any questions you may have along the way.

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