Couples Therapy in Texas
"My husband and I had been to two other couples counselors before but didn't feel like we really got anything concrete from them. Honestly, I'm not sure we'd still be together if it wasn't for our work with Dallas Whole Life. I recommend them to any couple without hesitation."
Common Issues for Couples
Infidelity, Affairs and Trust Issues
Career Versus Family Commitment
Family Planning Concerns
In-laws and Extended Family
Loss of Romance or Passion
Questions About Long-Term Compatibility
Anger Management Issues
Substance Abuse Issues
Our therapists and counselors are offering phone and online/video counseling in addtion to in-person treatment. In your first meeting, your background, concerns and goals will be discussed, and a treatemnt plan for moving forward will be explored. Day, evening and weekend appointments available.
Most of our clinical psychologists, therapists and coaches are in-network providers for the following:
- Medicare Part B
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
For all other insurance plans, Dallas Whole Life Counseling’s specially trained administrative staff is happy to file for out-of-network benefits.
Couples Counseling: $150 - $200 per session.
If you need a sliding scale fee, let us know when scheduling your first appointment.
Where to Start
Please fill out a contact form to request additional information or to schedule your preliminary consultation. You may also call us at (972)755-0996. In your message feel free to highlight your availability, services you are interested in, and if you are looking to utilize a specific insurance carrier.
American Divorce Rates
What do these scary numbers mean? These statistics suggest that people often repeat the same mistakes again and again in relationships. Taking personal responsibility for your relationship challenges is essential. You can spend your whole life trying to train your partner not to "push your buttons" or you can learn to let go of your buttons. Couples coaching isn't about "fixing" your partner. It's about learning how both members of the relationship unintentionally contribute to conflict and dissatisfaction.
Our Qualified Counselors
Since 1999, Dallas Whole Life Counseling employs a wide variety of psychologists and counselors who work with individuals, couples, teens, kids and family. We offer expert treatment for anxiety and depression, non-judgmental relationship guidance, confident career and life coaching and a wealth of other services.
Resources for Couples
How may of the following are true for your current romantic relationship:
- You lead “separate lives” despite sharing a household
- You mostly speak about finances, household chores and other necessary tasks
- You have sex less than once weekly
- Your partner feels more like a business partner than a romantic partner
- You often find yourself attracted to, or flirting with, members of the opposite sex
If you answered Yes, there may be significant or underlying issues in your relationship.