"I believe that the mind can do some amazing things in order to protect itself. Emotional issues are not something to be feared but merely clues to what nee
"Many of us feel challenged and overextended by the stress of work, relationships, finances and family. Your marriage or relationship might be at risk; you
"My own life experience of healing and transformation led me to pursue a counseling degree later in life. I love the before/after dynamic that results when
"I have always had a heart for those who are hurting or wounded in some way. This no doubt grew out of my own struggles to know myself and heal from childho
"Everyone can use a little support and encouragement. Whether you are experiencing difficulty in relationships, parenting, health, work or school or you jus
"I believe in treating the whole client. I value individuality and use an integrative and holistic approach to therapy based on a client's personal goals. W
"Harmony specializes in couples/relationship counseling, divorce/separation, family conflict, and counseling for individuals. Harmony is passionate about he
"Sometimes life presents us with challenges that are overwhelming. I work to provide a non threatening, non judgmental space to work on thoughts, feelings,
"I began my career hoping to work exclusively with children. My mother is an educator, and I loved hearing stories about the kids at work. In my three years
"Jennifer is highly experienced at working with all ages, including teens and children. She has worked with families and individuals of many racial and soci
It’s normal to experience mental health issues and relationship problems. Talking to a licensed therapist can help. Therapy can teach you more about yourself and your mental health concerns in a healing way. Many therapies are evidence-based and have been proven effective.
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Richardson is city in Texas belonging to both Dallas County and Collin County. In 1872, the city was named after George Richardson, president of the local railroad. The city has a land area of 29 square miles.
Richardson has a population of 113,000 people. From 2010 to 2016, the number of residents increased by 14%. The ethnic composition of the population is 54% white, 17% Hispanic, 16% Asian, and 10% black.
Foreign-born people make up 25% of the Richardson’s population. Eighty-six percent of residents are American citizens (the national average is 93%). Thirty-two percent of residents speak a foreign language at home. Roughly 13,500 Spanish speakers, 3,700 Chinese speakers, and 2,200 Vietnamese speakers live in Richardson.
People in Richardson earn a mean annual wage of $37,100. The median household income is $74,900. Sixty percent of families in Richardson own their home. Ten percent of residents live in poverty.
People in Richardson have access to a variety of local mental health resources. For example, “The Counseling Place” is a mental health facility that has served the Richardson community for more than three decades. It serves more than 3,000 people a year.
Dallas County was one of the first counties to establish a mental health criminal justice program. A 2010 study revealed Dallas County had one of the most successful mental health criminal justice programs in the state. The Dallas County Jail has a 40-bed psychiatric intensive care unit—the largest in Texas. The county jail is the largest mental health service provider in Dallas County and the fourth largest in the state.