Our directory provides an alphabetical listing of providers, and a view by mental health specialty. Find a mental health professional near you now. Search for languages spoken, appointment availability, insurance, and medicaid/medicare acceptance.
NTMHP offers free continuing education credits monthly to mental health professionals.
SEEKING PRESENTERS! If you are interested in presenting a mental health related topic or know someone who is, please contact Renee Lozano at email@example.com
By working together in a collaborative manner, we are able to help each other, provide better referrals to our clients and ultimately grow as professionals in the mental health care industry.
About North Texas Mental Health Professionals
North Tarrant Mental Health Professionals (NTMHP) is an organization of counselors, mental health providers, and facility representatives. We are a diversified group of licensed professionals who, as individuals or facilities, provide a wide range of services.
We meet the 2nd Friday of each month at Stacy’s Furniture Community Room (3rd floor) to network mental health services, discuss business issues and receive free continuing education on various mental health related topics. By working together in a collaborative manner, we are able to help each other, provide better referrals to our clients and ultimately grow as professionals in the mental health care industry.
This website will be helpful to individuals looking for counseling assistance as our directory provides an alphabetical listing of providers, and a view by mental health specialty. Also provided is a list of facilities with varied services, providers who speak Spanish, and those that accept Medicare / Medicaid and insurance.
Upcoming Network Meetings
12:00 to 2:00, Stacey’s Furniture. Remember to Park in the Back
Speaker: Christy Graham, LPC-S, RPT-S
Title: Ack! I’ve Been Served! Responding To A Subpoena
Description: Walking out to the waiting room, you wonder who’s waiting. It’s a process server and you read with shock that you have been subpoenaed! Ack! What now?
Christy Graham, MA LPC S RPTS has been there. You’ll come out of this training with concrete steps to take right after you are served. You will also have a friend to call if you are stressed or actually end up having to testify. (That’s Christy!)
Bio: Growing up in Texas, going to Texas A & M [Whoop!], and being a pastor’s kid, I learned how to feel a part of a group. I can teach you to create connection through rituals, stories and fun that translate into a better life for the whole family. Incorporating your religion and other important stories and models of behavior is important to treatment. I use my personal walk as a Christian to inform my treatment, even if your beliefs don’t exactly match mine.
My work with team oriented practices such as MHMR of Polk County taught me the power of a multidisciplinary team. That translates into great skill and comfort working with schools, child care agencies, and courts for the benefit of my clients. And the experience of working with children at a residential treatment center gives me the perspective and experience needed in highly complex, sometimes dangerous situations with children and teens. If you are looking for a highly experienced, compassionate counselor, I’m your girl!
As our practice has grown, our commitment to complex families has as well. My unique experience and qualifications, as well as my desire to serve my clients, has motivated me to redirect my energies to working with courts and court involved clients. I’m part of several practice groups that focus on best practices in court, collaborative law, and high conflict families.
“What’s Our Relationship With Clutter?”
by Tammy O’Neil
The Organizer Coach &
ADHD & Executive Function Coach
Tammy also works with hoarders
We had no speaker for January and, we have had very low attendance. If you or someone you know is interested in presenting a mental health topic please Contact Renee Lozano firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have benefited from the CEU’s and social networking this group has provided over the past several years please support us by speaking or showing up at our next meeting!
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Millwood Hospital provides CEU credits [1 credit for a 45 – 60 minute presentation] for all months assuming it is a professional presentation and not a social event.
All meetings are held in the Community Room on the 3rd floor at Stacy’s Furniture in Grapevine. The meeting begins at noon and continue to 2:00. Stacy’s is located at 1900 S. Main St. Please park either in back or the side rows – please, do NOT park in the front or center spaces.
Many of our members bring a lunch or order from the restaurant downstairs. Keep in mind, the lunch hour is their busy time, so call in your order ahead (416-0608) for carry out items.
List Your Practice on the NTMHP directory for a low yearly fee!
Members of North Tarrant Mental Health Professionals
Members of North Tarrant Mental Health Professionals are mental health providers for all age groups (child, adolescent, adult and geriatric) and most mental health specialties including, but not limited to:
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Gay and Lesbian Issues
Grief and Loss
Marriage and Family Counseling
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder