Resilience Counseling offers cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). CBT is an evidence-based modality. We are located in Dallas, Texas and focus primarily on anxiety, depression, PTSD, and addiction counseling.
The therapist and individual establish a relationship of collaboration where the individual’s goals and concerns are central. The individual sets the agenda of each session.
The goal is for the client to become their own therapist, collecting and utilizing skills for a lifetime.
Robert Clark is a Dallas-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapist with a passion for helping people find relief. Rob assists people foster resilience with the skills clients learn with CBT. He has seen many individuals dealing with difficult mental health diagnoses overcome various obstacles empowered by the benefits of CBT.
While as an undergraduate at the Baptist College of Florida, Rob was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. He was told he had a thirty percent chance of survival. Rob underwent chemotherapy and eventually a bone marrow transplant, which his brother so graciously donated. Faith, family and friends are also what he attributes to his ability to suffer well and survive.
Robert graduated from the Baptist College of Florida with a degree in Theology and minor in Psychology. He chose Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary for graduate work with a Masters of Arts in Marriage and Family Counseling, as the school was well-known for excellence in Psychology as well as grounding in the Christian faith.
Robert has devotedly pursued the practice of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and has invested in continuing education at The Beck Institute in Philadelphia. Robert plans to continue this relationship with The Beck Institute so as to deliver CBT as designed. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is an evidenced-based modality where the patient and therapist work collaboratively to achieve unified goals. CBT is often able to deliver results quickly and offers long-term hope for management of symptoms for many, which is one of the many reasons Rob finds this modality so successful and prefers it in his practice.