What We Do


Lifeworks can provide a comprehensive evaluation for our clients, both General Psychological and Neuro-Psychological evaluations.

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Psychotherapy is the use of techniques to assist in managing thoughts, feelings, and behavior.

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TYPES OF sessions

This type of therapy involves a client meeting one-on-one with a therapist, usually in a 45-60 minutes session.

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Who We Are

About us

From humble beginnings in 1992, Lifeworks has grown to be one of the largest counseling and life coaching centers in the North Dallas area.

Our Mission

“Providing guidance and support to help you manage life well”
We want you to live life well in all aspects of your life: individually and relationally.

Our Vision

“Helping individuals, communities, and organizations live well”
We desire for everyone to live well! We continue to grow our practice.

Recent Updates


How to stay sober when life gets rough

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Life has ups and downs, that is just how it is. And a lot of time, through life’s stressors and trials, we as humans have a natural tendency to want to find a way to release. We search for ways to vent or distract ourselves, keep ourselves busy, or to try and just forget about our problems. Unfortunately, many people turn to alcohol as an outlet, a way to let go, relax, and try and forget. The problem is when people begin to continuously turn to this behavior to try and relieve stress, it becomes addicting; especially if that person is prone to addiction. Trying to stay sober maybe be proving to be difficult when it is during a rough patch that is lasting longer than usual or a trial that one is facing that turns out to be more difficult than ones they have faced before. Sometimes it feels like there is no way out, and many people attempt to make alcohol the “solution.” The issue with this is that alcohol isn’t a solution, but only a temporary “fix”. It may seem like an impossible task to stay sober during life’s hardships, but it’s important to remember that it…


How to Deal With Anxiety at Work

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If you are an adult in the working world, it is highly likely that you have had to try and learn to cope with the stress that comes alongside many careers, at least at some point in time. Although work stress may be all too normal, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t learn how to properly cope with it or overcome it. If you continue to just let the stress eat away at you, it is likely that this stress can develop into chronic stress, which can develop into long-term anxiety. It is important to note, that whether or not you previously have suffered from anxiety or have begun to develop it, living with anxiety without the necessary tools or motivation to overcome it can be dangerous for your health. When it comes to facing your anxiety, it is important that you do just that, face it. In order to conquer it, you will need to learn to embody a new mindset. So, let’s go over some tips that you can use to practice dealing with anxiety at work… #1 Don’t work against your anxiety Trying to suppress your anxiety can sometimes make it worse and more overwhelming because the…


How to manage conflict in a positive way?

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Relationships in life can be complicated, whether it’s your partner, a family member, a good friend, or a co-worker, etc., it is important to develop the proper tactics to resolve any sort of conflict that may arise in that relationship. In order to be happy, communication skills are important. Communication skills will help you in resolving conflict, whether it is verbal communication or even body language. It is inevitable that we will find ourselves in conflict with other people, so it is important for us to know how to handle it when it arises. It is important to remember that conflict isn’t always a bad thing, sometimes conflicts can be productive in a relationship, and lead to growth; whether that growth is between us and the other person or just within ourselves. Typically, you will find that your conflict is constructive if it results in the following: Solving a problem Seeing things from the other person’s point of view Realizing you are wrong and being able to admit it and fix it Gaining a better understanding of the other person Gaining knowledge on how to better solve other conflicts in the future Developing trust or mutual respect for the other…