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Welcome to Vantage Point Counseling Services.

Looking for help with connection, intimacy, and trust?
You're in the right place. We help people who are struggling with sexual issues, sexual addiction, substance abuse, self-acceptance, and intimacy find happiness in their relationships and in their lives.

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What Can We Help With?
 Sex Addiction
 Sexual Intimacy Issues
 Relationship Problems
 Substance Abuse

Dallas Therapists for Addictions and Relationship Issues

Rebuild trust, enhance love, create connection.

We help people overcome problems with addictions, intimacy issues, betrayal, and dissatisfaction, and find happiness in their lives. If you're struggling in your life, or your relationship is struggling because of problems with sexual compulsivity, pornography addiction, sexual dysfunction, cheating and infidelity, or substance abuse, contact us today. We will get you the help you need to build of life of trust, closeness and connection.

All of our services are LGBT affirming. If you are struggling with problems with self-acceptance, fear of coming out, or shame, we can help you with this as well.

Our Therapy Services

sex addiction
couples therapy
lgbt affirming
partner therapy
sex therapy
substance abuse

Meet Our Team

Chemical Dependency Counselor in Dallas

Zach Ramsey, MS, LPC-Intern, LCDC, CSAT-C

Supervisor-Shelly Turner, LPC-S #15450

Our training and credentials include:
Certified Sex Addiction Therapist trained
Certified Sex Therapist trained
EMDR trained
Somatic Experiencing trained
Gottman Couples Therapy experience
Daring Way™ trained
Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors
Post-Induction Therapy trained

Featured Dallas Therapy Programs

We offer group therapy and workshops that can help you work through the recovery process, become resilient to shame, and prevent future relapses. Learn more about how our therapy groups can help you rebuild trust and connection, and buffer your recovery.

mens sex addiction group
early men's recovery group
partners of sex addicts groups
the daring way

From Our Therapy Blog

  • The Risks and Benefits of Emotional Exposure
    The Risks and Benefits of Emotional Exposure
    July 19, 2016 by
    The Risks and Benefits of Emotional Exposure Many of us stay armored up. We micro-manage what parts of ourselves that we want others to see. In a way, this works out for us. We are less likely to get hurt, burned, or rejected. However, we also keep ourselves out of […]...
  • Dealing with the Traumatic Aftermath of the Dallas Police Shooting
    Dealing with the Traumatic Aftermath of the Dallas Police Shooting
    July 12, 2016 by
    Dealing with the Traumatic Aftermath of the Dallas Police Shooting The shooting that took place in Dallas last week left us shocked and depressed. It made it so emotions were and are still running high. We are at a time where there are many political and social divides. However, after […]...
  • sex addiction controversial
    Is Sex Addiction Real?
    June 30, 2016 by
    Is Sex Addiction Real? Why is it Controversial? In psychotherapy, there are often questions about whether or not sex addiction is a real thing. But why is this a controversy at all? In this video, I discuss the reasons that this is a controversial topic. I also offer information to […]...
  • open relationship problems
    Help! My Open Relationship Is Falling Apart!
    June 28, 2016 by
    Help! My Open Relationship Is Falling Apart! If you’re in an open relationship, you know that there can be challenges to making this work. Open relationship styles fall apart for specific reasons. Jealousy issues, communication problems, and confusing boundaries can turn an open relationship into a messy situation. Polyamorous, monogamish, […]...
  • Am I a Sex Addict or Love Addict?
    Am I a Sex Addict or Love Addict?
    June 17, 2016 by
    Am I a Sex Addict or Love Addict? When many clients come in for their first session, they will ask “am I a sex addict or love addict?” This is an understandable question, and it can be difficult to tell which is most true. These addictions are both intimacy disorders […]...