Call DBSA at (800)826-3632 for more info.
http://www.dbsalliance.org Depression Bipolar Support Alliance ~ National
http://www.dbsatexas.org/index.htm DBSA Texas Website
Mental Health America of Greater Tarrant County ~ 817-335-5504
The Mental Health Association of Tarrant County now has a Warm Line.
MHMR of Tarrant County Crisis Services provides mental health emergency support 24-hours a day, 365 days a year and is the first point of contact to begin eligibility assessment. Call 817-335-3022 or 1-800-866-2465. Staff provides support, information, referrals, and/or crisis intervention referrals, if needed. More Information
211 ~ easy to remember telephone number for finding human services answers.
Dr. Eugenia Andrews, Ph.D., is a psychotherapist, a Life Success and Relationship Coach and a clinical hypnotherapist. She is also a Master EFT trainer , a college professor and a motivational speaker. She has attended, trained and ed training and Coached with Jack Canfield, Deepak Chopra and Wayne Dyer.
Dr. Andrews works with children, teenagers, adults, families and groups. She specializes in the treatment of stress, depression, bipolar disorders, anxiety, phobias and panic attacks, and does research in the areas of relaxation, meditation , weight loss, smoking cessation, motivation and success. Dr. Andrews is committed to helping people gain self-confidence, have fulfilling relationships, enjoy life/work balance, and lead happy and productive lives. A syndicated advice columnist and author, she is currently completing her book on building self-confidence, to be published in September 2012. She is honored to be invited to speak at the DBSA meeting, where she has been a sought-after guest speaker since 2003. Office phone number is: 817-894-3739
Office locations are: 1533 Merrimac Circle, suite 101 Fort Worth TX , 76107 located off University Drive & 1801 Trego Drive, Justin TX.76247 Dr. Andrews website: http://www.successnowhypnosis.com/ Email: email@example.com
Courage2Change is maintained by Paul L. Warren, Psy.D., clinical psychologist, and Jan Hughes, LCSW, clinical social worker. We are two Episcopalian therapists who understand that many people, for many reasons, have difficulty with organized religion. In our own journeys, we found a practical and grounded spirituality in the Twelve Steps which we believe is accessible to everyone. We know a good and loving God who is seeking all of us and never gives up.