Please use this FAQ’s page to see questions frequently asked by our patients. While these questions may help you, we are happy to provide more information about our counseling services and any other questions you might have via email, phone or at our office. To reach us by phone call (214) 662-3523 or by email write to

  • What insurances are accepted?

    • Aetna
    • Aetna (EAP)
    • APS
    • APS (EAP)
    • Blue Cross Blue Shield
    • Cigna Health Insurance
    • Cigna (EAP)
    • ComPsych
    • Comp Psych (EAP)
    • Deer Oaks EAP
    • Healthspring
    • Healthsmart
    • Humana
    • LifeSync (formerly Corphealth)
    • Magellan
    • Medicare
    • MHN
    • Molina Health Care – Medicare
    • Multiplan
    • Private Health Care System (PHCS)
    • Secure Horizons
    • Tricare
    • Tricare Humana Military
    • United Healthcare/United Behavioral Health
    • United Healthcare/United Behavioral Health (EAP)
    • Value Options
  • Where are you located?

    Day, evening, and weekend appointments are available at our easily accessible office locations in downtown/uptown Dallas and Arlington Texas. All major insurance accepted including Medicare.


    Dallas Location Get Directions

    2214 Boll St. Dallas, TX. 75204.

    Arlington Location Get Directions

    848 W. Mitchel St. Arlington, TX. 76013.

  • How much are your services?

    Services are based upon the usual and customary fees allowed by your Health Insurance Companies. A typical session lasts 50 minutes.

  • What are my Payment Options?

    For Co-Payments I accept cash, checks, credit cards, or health savings account card.

  • What is BioFeedback?

    Biofeedback is the process of monitoring physiological responses such as heart rate, skin temperature, brain waves, or muscle tension turning the physiological signals into meaningful information and feeding back the information to the person being monitored in order to increase their awareness of mental and physical distress.

Doug Hall is a psychotherapist who will:

  • Spend adequate time with clients.
  • Listen effectively.
  • Foster trust.
  • Demonstrate empathy and compassion.
  • Appropriately challenge maladaptive thinking and behavior.