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COLLABORATE WITH US

A leader in mental health since 1968, The Center provides counseling where people live, work, play, and pray. Making mental health care accessible is at the core of our mission. We strive to remove barriers of geography, transportation, language, social stigmas, and finances so all people can access transformational care.

Our vision is that people can become resilient, mindful, and self-aware in who they were created to be. We partner with community organizations, churches, schools, physician’s offices, and other professional organizations to expand the reach and availability of professional counseling services.

Partner with us to make our counseling and psychological assessment services geographically and financially accessible to your community or organization.

Let's work together

Community Collaborations

The Center provides counseling for veterans in a research project with the Center for BrainHealth. The Center also collaborates on research and training projects with institutions of higher education, including Southern Methodist University, the University of North Texas, UT Southwestern, and Baylor University's Diana R. Garland School of Social Work. Through collaborations with the Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute, the Center seeks strategies to make mental health care more accessible.

Health Care Collaborations

We’ve developed partnerships with health care organizations, working closely with Baylor Scott & White Health and Children's Health. The Center also has counseling offices within several of Family HealthCare Associate’s network of physician groups. The Center serves as the mental health care provider for the DFW Faith Health Collaborative with Methodist Health System, Parkland, and Baylor Scott & White Health. The Center provides integrated behavioral health care within clinics at North Dallas Shared Ministries and Brother Bill's Helping Hand.

The Center provides counseling at Brother Bill’s Helping Hand where UT Southwestern is conducting a depression screening program, Vital Sign 6, and holds the distinction of the best remission rates in the UT Southwestern program.

Texas Health Resources

The Center is one of five agencies in Dallas and Rockwall Counties invited to collaborate in a new Texas Health Resources initiative called Texas Health Community Impact. Texas Health Community Impact funding for Well Together will allow The Center to enhance and expand its existing collaborative model for providing mental health services at Brother Bill’s Helping Hand in West Dallas and establish the same model within the Salvation Army’s Pleasant Grove Corps Community Center in Southeast Dallas and Lake Rockwall Estates Community Center in South Rockwall.

Making mental health care accessible to all is at the core of the mission for The Center for Integrative Counseling and Psychology (The Center). Through community collaborations, The Center strives to remove barriers to counseling, such as language, geography, transportation, lack of financial resources and social stigma, so that people of all ages and backgrounds can access transformational care.

Our partners include:

  • PACT Programs The Center partners with onsite offices at North Dallas Shared Ministries, Brother Bill’s Helping Hand, Trinity River Mission, Wesley Rankin Community Center, West Dallas Community School, and Buckner International by providing training about mental health for staff, providing psychotherapy for children and adult clients, and leading therapeutic and educational programs. With counselors at these multiple nonprofit locations, barriers such as geography, transportation and financial constraints are removed.
  • Churches & Ministry Leaders Churches are often on the front-lines where people go when they are facing a challenge or need support in an important life transition. The Center provides counseling at churches, raises awareness about mental health issues at churches through workshops and groups, and serves as a referral source for churches across North Texas.
  • Schools & Education The Center provides mental health education, faculty training, and parent education in schools, including schools in the Highland Park ISD and Dallas ISD.
  • Physician Group Practices We’ve developed partnerships with health care organizations, working closely with Baylor Scott & White Health and Children's Health. The Center also has counseling offices within several of Family HealthCare Associate’s network of physician groups.