Providing Professional Counseling Services
Phone: 214.706.0508 | Fax: 469.729.3797
Address: 8140 Walnut Hill Lane, Suite 450. Dallas, TX 75231
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Jeff Baldridge

Clinical Psychologist, Coaching & Consulting

Dallas, Texas Therapist Specializing in Goal Attainment, Medical Hypnotherapy, Performance Anxiety, Alleviating Trauma, Results Oriented

An untapped potential to heal, to overcome and to excel lies within each of us. Unlocking this latent potential is at the core of my counseling practice. When you’re feeling anxiety, depression or a block to reaching your goals, you want results. With almost two decades’ experience as a psychologist counseling individuals, business people and young adults, I provide you with practical, positive tools so you can move forward powerfully toward achieving your goals.

My desire to bring clients faster, more effective and more enduring results led me to create techniques that bridge traditional therapy approaches, coaching techniques and medical hypnotherapy. As a result, you reduce stress, improve motivation and attain goals. I specialize in mood disorders, depression, trauma, eating disorders, life coaching and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

I received my Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from University of North Texas, as well as a specialized medical hypnotherapy education in the U.S. and Great Britain. As a Dallas psychologist, I served as the Ethics Chairman for the Dallas Psychological Association and was also the on-staff Clinical Psychologist for St. Mark’s School in Dallas. My rate is $195 for a 50-minute session.

In my free time, I enjoy the outdoors, roller blading and cycling, particularly around White Rock Lake. Having spent time growing up in New Mexico, I frequently enjoyed spending time camping and skiing. I am also the proud parent of a teenager.

My rate is $195 for a 50-minute session ($290 for a 90-minute session). Click here to request an appointment.

A quote that resonates with me:

Coaching is the process of helping people and teams to perform at the peak of their abilities. It involves drawing out people’s strengths, helping them to bypass personal barriers and limits in order to achieve their personal best -- Robert Dilts

 

What are these forms?

  1. Adult Intake form.  This form provides information about you so Insights can craft your therapy to be as effective and efficient as possible. Some questions are personal and may be sensitive or even uncomfortable for you. They are asked in an effort to quickly begin building a complete picture of who you are, which in turn will save valuable therapy time. All client records are strictly confidential and will not be seen by anyone without your written permission unless required by law. If you have any questions, please discuss them with your therapist.
  1. Office Services and Policies form. This form details your rights and responsibilities as a client and gives your consent for me to treat you.

What do I do with these forms?

Please print, complete and bring your forms to your first session. That way, we will be able to begin your therapy at the start of the first appointment.