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Old Jan 8, '11, 2:13 pm
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Is there a list online anywhere of Catholic psychiatrists/psychologists, specifically in and around Dallas?
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Old Jan 30, '11, 8:50 pm
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Is there a list online anywhere of Catholic psychiatrists/psychologists, specifically in and around Dallas?
I myself am looking for such a list (california); I haven't found one yet if I do i'll come back to this post and let you know. If you happen to find one before me - will you please let me know if there is such a site that posts catholic psychiatrists?

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Old Jan 30, '11, 8:56 pm
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I'm also looking for such a list that would cover Missouri (or at least the St. Louis area). After seeing a non-Catholic psychiatrist who considered my attendance at - and enjoyment of - a silent retreat a symptom, I really want to find a good, solid CATHOLIC psychiatrist who won't treat my faith as a symptom of mental illness.
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I would also like to find a list of Catholic Psychiatrists and Therapists. I want someone who can help me who has orthodox Catholic teaching in mind. There is one Catholic Psychiatrist/Therapist in my area but he/she does not accept Medicaid. Instead, they base their services on a sliding scale fee. Unfortunately, my income is just enough to make this too expensive considering my other expenses. I really just want to find someone who will accept Medicaid who is within my area (Diocese of Evansville, Indiana). I looked on a website of Catholic therapists a couple of days ago and there were two listed. Unfortunately, they were both listed as being in Indianapolis and one of those two was listed as not accepting Medicaid. The other had some sort of listing for insurance that I don't recall and didn't understand. Therefore, I will probably just have to stick with my current Psychiatrist and Therapist. Thankfully, my current Psychiatrist and Therapist do help some but I would like Catholicism, my Faith, to be a more integral component of their services in helping me.
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Old Jan 31, '11, 12:26 pm
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How about CatholicTherapists.com?

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Each therapist must fill out an application and be in agreement with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. In addition, each therapist must provide a copy of their license, proof of professional liability insurance and provide both a professional and clergy reference. Each therapist profile indicates whether or not references have been received yet for that therapist. Our screening is not a substitute for proper screening by the prospective client. We urge you to ask questions before setting up an appointment and follow your own instincts when choosing a therapist. If you are uncomfortable for any reason when speaking to a particular therapist, we suggest you refrain from engaging that therapist and select someone else.
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How about CatholicTherapists.com?

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I am a Catholic Therapist just beginning a practice in Omaha, NE, and I appreciate this link! I think there are good Catholic practitioners out there, sometimes a person just needs to be creative in finding one.
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Please pm me...my wife and I have been looking for a faithful Catholic therapist since a severe auto accident in Dec.
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Try contacting

http://www.ipsciences.edu/


Perhaps they keep a list of where their graduates are practicing.
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Is there a Catholic Psychiatrist near Downers Grove, IL?

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I am in need of a Catholic professional to speak with about some very troubling aspects of my life. Is a therapist as well trained as someone with more advanced levels of education? My life is upside down and I need some immediate intervention but deeply desire it to be through God and not exclusively secular. Thank you.
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Is there a list online anywhere of Catholic psychiatrists/psychologists, specifically in and around Dallas?
I have never sought a Doctor based on their religion. I have only sought the best doctor in their field. Religion should have no role in the ability of a Dr. to diagnose and treat a patient.
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