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Find a Psychologist near Arlington, TX to help individuals, children and families by assessing, diagnosing and treating mental, emotional and behavioral issues including stressful life events, anxieties, fears, depression and relationship breakdowns.

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  • 310 Points

    AllCare Foot & Ankle Center

    3030 Matlock Rd Suite #102
    Arlington, TX 76015
  • Joyce Buckner, PhD 200 Points

    Joyce Buckner, PhD

    6014 Englishoak Drive
    Arlington, TX 76016
  • Kim  Peters, Chief Operating Manager 200 Points

    Kim Peters, Chief Operating Manager

    Impact Counseling & Guidance Center
    2912 Little Road
    Arlington, TX 76016
  • 110 Points

    Waller Kirsi Phd

    1006 North Bowen Road
    105
    Arlington, TX 76012
  • Stephanie Darsa, PhD 100 Points

    Stephanie Darsa, PhD

    Darsa Stephanie Diane PhD
    902 West Mitchell Street
    Arlington, TX 76013
  • Theresa Kellam, Psychologist 100 Points

    Theresa Kellam, Psychologist

    Theresa Kellam
    2201 Dottie Lynn Parkway
    Arlington, TX 76120
  • 50 Points

    Ann Wildemann Phd

    1615 West Abram Street
    Arlington, TX 76013
  • 50 Points

    Offices of Wanda Johnson PC Phd & Verlene Springer PhD

    1170 Corporate Drive West Suite 110
    Arlington, TX 76006
  • 20 Points

    Alexander Carolyn McHt

    1209 South Bowen Road Suite 103
    Arlington, TX 76013
  • 20 Points

    Cales Psychology & Counseling

    2418 Cales Drive
    Arlington, TX 76013

Psychologist Info

Psychologist Summary:
Find the best Psychologists near Arlington, TX for evaluation, diagnosis, counseling, and treatment of behavior and mental processes. A clinical psychologist uses Psychotherapy and other counseling skills to improve emotional and mental health.

Psychology involves understanding the mind, specifically through the study and evaluation of emotions, thoughts, feelings, and resulting behaviors. Psychologists observe, assess, and experiment developing opinion as to what beliefs might be influencing an individual’s behavior.

Psychology Treatments may include:



- Psychotherapy
- Hypnotherapy
- Behavior Modification
- Relaxation techniques
- Meditation
- Depression treatments
- Anxiety disorder treatments
- Bipolar disorder therapies
- Guided Imagery
- Obsessive compulsive therapies

Clinical Psychologists near Arlington, TX assess, diagnose, and treat mental, emotional, and behavioral issues using a number of counseling sessions, interviews, tests, and are able to provide individual, child psychology, school psychology and family therapy. Clinical psychology can address brief or acute personal issues to severe, chronic mental, emotional or physiological conditions.

The American Psychological Association (APA) is an organization of psychologists in the United States and Canada. With near 137,000 members, the APA is the largest associated body licensed psychologists.


Psychologist FAQs:

What is a Psychologist?
Psychologists are concerned with the different aspects of behavior and mental processes and cannot prescribe medications. A clinical Psychologist uses psychotherapy and other counseling skills to improve emotional and mental health.

What is the difference between a Psychologist and a Psychiatrist?
A Psychologist primarily treats depressed patients by counseling. A Psychiatrist is a medical doctor who also performs psychotherapy, and can prescribe medicine.

How do I find the best nearby psychologist?
Find the best local psychologists on Wellness.com and other practitioner review websites. Check references, read psychologist reviews and ask a lot of questions until you find a psychologist you trust.

Where does a Psychologist work?
A Psychologist can work in clinics, hospitals, schools, correctional facilities, and private offices. Psychologists can also work as researchers for universities and organizations.

Why might I see a Psychologist?
You can see a Psychologist for: Abuse, Addictions, Anger, Anxiety, Depression, Emotional Distress, Mental Health Problems, Personal Growth, Phobias, Relationship Issues, Sexual Problems, Stress, and Trauma.


Psychologist Related Terms:
child psychology, school, clinical, anxiety, life transitions, stress, trauma, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), adjustment disorders, personality disorders, parenting issues, chronic mental illness, relationship difficulties, depression, behavioral disorders