Fill your life with health and wellness.

Our purpose at Mending Clinic is to provide you with the tools you need to pick yourself up with confidence as you go through rough patches in life, and walk towards your future without pain or fear of the unknown.

Mending Clinic provides care, support and counseling to those in Arlington, Texas and surrounding Dallas / Fort Worth areas. Our team of specialized counselors are trained to guide you to find the source of angst, to work past the superficial. We work with individuals, couples and families going through issues such as depression, anxiety, anger, grief, trauma, substance abuse, obsessive compulsive disorder, and personality disorders. We also help people with career development, building confidence and assertiveness, and creating healthy family systems.

Life is tough. But it can be better.

Let Mending Clinic help you on your journey.

Si has estado escuchando La Grande 107.5, entonces sabe que el alcalde de Arlington, Jeff Williams, Mending Clinic y Positive Actions International han unido esfuerzos para informar al área de Dallas / Fort Worth que la salud mental es esencial para el bienestar general de todos. Las condiciones mentales son comunes, pero también tratables.

If you have been listening to La Grande 107.5 then you know that Arlington Mayor, Jeff Williams, Mending Clinic and Positive Actions International have partnered to let the Dallas/Fort Worth area know that mental health is essential to everyone’s overall health and well-being. Mental illnesses are common, but also treatable.

Counselors at Mending Clinic

Contact Information

Jorge M. Gama, LPC-S

• PTSD • Entrepreneurs • Behavioral Health Assessments •
682.730.6363
jorge@mendingclinic.com

Cheryl Larrabee, LPC

Biblical Counseling • Borderline Personality Disorder • Anxiety & OCD •
817.422.3205
c.larrabee.lpc@gmail.com

Esyesmeri (Esther) Scott, LPC

• Latino Culture • Family Systems • Marriage Counseling •
817.807.0058
esyesmeri@gmail.com

Annette Kerr, LPC-S

PTSD  EMDR Certified • LPC-Intern Supervision •
682.808.3769
info@annettekerrcounseling.com

Indira Johnson, LPC

• Latino/Bilingual • Family Systems •
682.730.6363
polancoindira@gmail.com

Emily Benning, LPC

• Girls’ & Women’s Issues • Life Transitions • Biblical Counseling •
682.703.0786
counseling@emilybenning.com

 

RESTORE

An Advanced Outpatient Program for Adults

Mending Clinic developed RESTORE as a four to six week advanced outpatient care program with an individualistic approach to assist adults in, developing coping skills to tackle daily challenges, restore health and happiness, fully equip people to get un-stuck, and assisting in transitions back into a healthy home life.

RESTORE is designed for those who want the most out of their relationships and their lives, but are currently unable to move forward. Everyone has unique obstacles to growth, and that requires a specialized plan for each individual.

Your restored health and wellness are closer than you think.

We are now accepting clients.

RESTORE

  • Group Therapy (4 days/week)
  • Medication Management by Dr. Diana Ghelber
  • In-home Assessment
  • Individual Counseling

Counseling

Individuals, Couples and Families

Join the Team

Office space available to rent by the day.

The purpose of counseling is not to talk about the weather or the Cowboys. The goal is to heal, process, and grow by working alongside a trained mental health professional. Mending Clinic encourages clients to ask questions if they do not feel that counseling is helping them.
No. Mending Clinic welcomes each and every client. All Mending Clinic counselors are trained to work with a range of demographics and worldviews and have a passion for helping all people through their situations and discouraging times.

Mending Clinic Spiritual CounselorTherapist of the Month: Emily Benning LPC

Emily’s main focus is helping teen and young adults get through the natural transitions of life as successfully as possible. Emily’s clients work on growing and maturing in a holistic manner, including making healthy choices on mental health education and coping skills, sleeping habits, food, and spiritual beliefs.