At D2Counseling, we provide relationship counseling for individuals, families, couples and groups, as well as relationship workshops, training and speaking worldwide. Therapy sessions take place in our North Dallas metro-area offices, convenient to Plano, Frisco, Allen, McKinney and Richardson.
Our highly-trained therapists are known for helping people learn to connect in healthy ways that create satisfying and meaningful relationships.
Are you feeling vulnerable, overwhelmed and perhaps even hopeless?
What we offer is a safe, non-judgmental place where we’ll challenge you to move beyond whatever is causing you pain. We want to help you feel stronger and more confident as an individual so you can better navigate your life and relationships with others. Our counselors take a holistic and practical approach to relationship therapy, including proven, effective techniques based in scientific and spiritual principles. Bringing both a male and female perspective to our sessions, you can expect a balanced style stemming from our diverse training and backgrounds.
We want you to know that change is possible.
Just because you’re having a hard time right now doesn’t mean you have to spend years in therapy to fix everything before you start to feel better. Our practice is designed to promote growth from the moment you walk in, so you can begin to heal yourself and your relationships, and achieve your goals as quickly as possible. We work closely with adults and families who are struggling with challenges and change. Our clients are facing crises such as feeling overwhelmed, infidelity, depression, anxiety, pornography or sex addiction, trust issues, lack of intimacy or anger.
In our sessions and workshops, you can learn to:
- Address a specific relationship crisis or challenge.
- Move beyond betrayal, infidelity or loss of trust.
- Work through codependency or addiction problems.
- Grow awareness in the roles you play with your partner.
- Manage intense feelings without losing your temper or walling off.
- Overcome guilt and shame.
- Move past blame and finger pointing.
- Create appropriate healthy boundaries.
- Recognize what patterns and behaviors keep you stuck.
- Identify and build upon your strengths as a couple or family.
Everyone deserves to have a fulfilling life — one with joy, laughter and purpose. If your relationships with others and yourself are interfering with your day-to-day activities, it doesn’t have to be that way. It’s time to get help.