General Counseling

General Counseling

Office: 817-927-4040
Helpline: 817-927-4000

Counseling

Masters-level therapists enable clients to resolve crisis, manage life transitions and develop better coping and problem-solving skills.

  • Counseling is available for individuals, couples and families
  • Counseling is provided in the Fort Worth and Arlington offices

Support Groups

Education and support groups cover topics including goal setting, coping skills, self-esteem building, stress reduction, problem solving, effective communication, nutrition and more. Groups are held every Tuesday from 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. at the Fort Worth office.

Legal Clinic

Expert legal advice tailored to personal needs is provided at no cost to anyone needing legal assistance. Volunteer attorneys are not able to take cases, but they can discuss available legal options. Registration is required.

In Fort Worth:

  • Every second and fourth Thursday at 5:30 p.m.
  • Focuses on Family Law issues such as divorce, child support and custody
  • Spanish-speaking translation available

In Arlington:

  • Every third Thursday of each month at 4:00 p.m.
  • Covers any legal matters, except for criminal cases

Older Adults Services

Older adults face specific challenges. The Women’s Center provides Fort Worth residents 62 and older:

  • Help with identifying and prioritizing needs, and provides assistance in accessing community resources.
  • Individual counseling that allows clients to discuss life changes with a trusted professional, gain support, learn coping strategies and deal with loss, trauma, health concerns and relationship issues.
  • Group counseling in which clients discuss life transitions and challenges, reduce isolation and develop new ideas to improve their quality of life.
  • Education about money management, staying active, grief and loss, depression, grandparents as parents and other topics.

Case Management for Homeless Children

In partnership with Cook Children’s Hospital, The Women’s Center provides case management and parenting education to families living in Presbyterian Night Shelter, Union Gospel Mission, and Arlington Life Shelter to help them transition out of homelessness.

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