Frequently Asked Questions

  • You can reach out directly to any of the therapists listed in the “our team” section to schedule a brief complimentary consultation call. If both of you feel like working together would be a good match, you will then schedule your first appointment. You can contact the therapists either through email or phone. Please allow 72 hours for a reply, although therapists will do their best to respond quickly.
  • If you are unsure who would be a good fit, please email us at and we will gladly help you get matched with a therapist.
  • After your initial therapy appointment, you and your therapist will create a schedule that best suits your treatment plan and you and your therapist will decide how to move forward with scheduling
  • When you enter into therapy, you are in a therapeutic relationship with your therapist. It is a goal of therapy for a safe connection to form. If there is anything that would help facilitate your safety, please let your therapist know.
  • The time will be focused on you and your goals. Your therapist will guide and facilitate the session, although you will get the most out of your time if you come prepared to share and reflect.
  • Therapy appointments will range between 50-60 minutes for individual appointments. Extended sessions typically last 80-90 minutes.
  • You can expect your therapist to check in about the process of therapy; what is working, and what needs to shift. Please feel free to provide feedback for your therapist as you feel comfortable.
  • Often, the first few sessions will be focused on information gathering, and may be structured where your therapist is asking questions and getting information from you about your history and current functioning. After this phase of therapy, sessions will directly address presenting concerns and goals, and will be largely guided by what you bring into therapy.
  • Sometimes when we open things up, we can feel a rush of emotions that we did not feel before. Therefore, it is possible for you to have moments of overwhelm when you first begin therapy, or when new subjects are broached. Please let your therapist know if you are feeling overloaded, as your safety is our number one priority. Together, you and your therapist will find a pace that works best for you.
  • Alternatively, many people report relief after their first therapy session. Often when we are able to share our feelings and held stories, and attend to our bodies in healing ways, we can experience a catharsis when we share our pain with another person.
  • No matter what your reaction, we want to hear it!
  • This is a good question, and the answer is not so simple. Results in therapy are highly individualized, and you will know it is working when you feel some relief from the symptoms that brought you to therapy in the first place. 
  • All payments will be processed through our online record keeping system, therefore a credit or debit card will be required to set up sessions.
  • Payments from Health-Savings Accounts/Flexible-Spending Accounts are accepted.
  • All therapists in this practice currently accept self-pay and some therapists accept insurance (check individual therapist pages for payment details). If you would like to submit for reimbursement from your insurance provider, please talk to your therapist about the potential for a monthly superbill.
  • Therapist rates per session are listed on their individual pages.
  • Treatment plans are highly individualized. Most people find benefit in attending weekly, or bi-weekly therapy, although you and your therapist can decide what works best for you and your schedule.

Under the law, health care providers are required to give clients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the expected charges for medical services, including psychotherapy services. You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency healthcare services. You can ask your health care provider, and any other provider you choose, for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule a service, or at any time during treatment. For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, or how to dispute a bill, see your Estimate, or visit

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Empowered Healing Dallas is seeking fully licensed therapists for Independent Contractor positions. Applicants need to be committed to anti-racism and providing inclusive & supportive care to all clients. Folx who are interested should be able to self-reflect, be open to learning and growing, and interested in working collaboratively with a team of like-minded therapist peers. Those interested in building a full-time case load (roughly 20 sessions a week), niching their services, and/or are willing to accept insurance are encouraged to apply. References for EHD are available upon application.


Interested in working with Empowered Healing Dallas? Email your cover letter and resume to



Empowered Healing Dallas offers a comprehensive Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Private Practice for therapists with a Ph.D or Psy.D in Clinical or Counseling.


A post-doctoral fellowship at EHD includes:

  • 2 hours of weekly supervision & training
  • Weekly group consultation
  • Overhead expenses covered
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Access to private pay & insurance (BCBS & United) referral networks
  • Flexibility to hone specific interests
  • Minimum salary guaranteed as you build your caseload
  • Exposure to marketing and social media practices for networking & client referral
  • Learn how to get paneled with & bill insurance companies
  • Ability to see clients in person & via teletherapy across Texas
  • Ability to see individuals, couples, and groups
  • Specialized support in working with: Couples/Intimate Partnerships, Complex Trauma, People of Size, Gender-Affirming Care, LGBTQ+, Mind-Body & Somatic Interventions, Highly Sensitive People
  • Potential to supervise advanced fieldwork student


Candidate Requirements

  • Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical or Counseling Psychology
  • Completion of an APA-accredited internship
  • Commitment to anti-racism and providing inclusive & supportive care to all clients
  • Ability to self-reflect
  • Openness to learning and growing
  • Ability to work closely and collaboratively with a team and supervisors

Sound like a fit?
Click here to email us. Please include your resume along with a cover letter and a minimum of one professional reference.