Making a decision of whether or not to see a therapist or counselor can be extremely daunting. The idea of talking with a counselor, who is someone who you do not yet know, about your sadness, problems with anxiety, difficulties overcoming an addiction or relationship problems can be intimidating. This alone keeps many people from contacting a therapist. However if you are considering participating in counseling, it is quite possible that you may benefit from it. So how do you decide which Dallas Therapist
is a good “fit” for you? Although it sounds simple, I recommend you start with you. What do you want out of your life? Can you imagine a life with less fear and anxiety? What about a life where you are motivated to get things done each day? Therapy and counseling can help you better understand the problems in your life that are keeping you from feeling how you want to feel so that you can do something about them. I can help you travel through this journey and recognize the thinking that leads you to feel sad, anxious or worried. You can learn the basis of your relationship problems and understand what you can do to make things better. I can also help you to learn about addictive behaviors, identify what could trigger you to return to them, and create plans to deal with such issues in the future.
My name is Michael Salas, and I am the owner and founder of Vantage Point Dallas Counseling
. My office is located in the Oak Lawn area of Dallas. I know that the idea of participating in counseling puts you in a vulnerable situation. However know that I respect the effort and the time that you it takes to feel better and make changes. My goal is to help you deal with the issues in your life without leaving you feeling ashamed.
Call or e-mail me
now to set up an appointment to see how counseling and therapy with me may be able to help you in dealing with:
- Anxiety and daily stress related to work or home life.
- A partner who is threatening to leave due to addictive behavior.
- Obsessive thinking and compulsive behavior.
- Depression and a lack of motivation.
- Coping with coming out to your family and friends.
- Problems with infidelity and trust in relationships.
- Gaining control of sexually compulsive behavior.
- Poor self-esteem.
- Problems with angry outbursts and aggression.
- Gender conformity transitioning.
- Problems in your sex-life.
- Issues with maintaining boundaries.