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Dwayne Kilgore, LPC

Stress, Anxiety Trauma, Abuse Depression
Video Phone Live Chat Messaging

About me

I am a Mental Health Therapist. I have been working as a LPC for over 6 years and I have been a Christian Lay Counselor in the Dallas area for over 15 years. I have worked with individuals and groups with a wide range of concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship issue, however my main area of support is dealing with Trauma and clients with PTSD. I have helped the Vets over the years to navigate through some of their trauma as well as many relationship issues caused by their trauma.

I have a warm, supportive, interactive and positive approach to therapy. I use the Cognitive Behavioral approach as well as other modalities for therapy in helping you to achieve your recovery goals. I use Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD and other trauma concerns.

It has been said, ”Put your hands in mine, and together we can accomplish what you could not do alone.”. I believe we all struggle from time to time and with the help of others, we can get through anything. You don’t have to walk this journey alone. I look forward to helping you become empowered to take control back of the areas your life that you need and want to.

I look forward to helping you to get more out of life.

Professional experience

6yrs in practice
Stress, Anxiety Trauma, Abuse Depression

Additional areas of focus: Grief, Intimacy-related issues, Anger management, Self esteem, Bipolar disorder, Codependency, Communication problems, Coping with Natural or Human-Caused Disaster, Family Problems, Fatherhood Issues, Forgiveness, Life purpose, Men's issues, Military and Veterans Issues, Money and financial issues, Mood disorders , Panic disorder and panic attacks, Post-traumatic stress, Social anxiety and phobia

Clinical approaches: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Therapy, Trauma-Focused Therapy

Services offered

Live Chat

License information

TX LPC 74643


These quotes represent just a few of the many positive reviews that we have received for Dwayne Kilgore. We don't pay anyone to provide their review and they are all made voluntarily. Some people's experience receiving therapy with BetterHelp might be different.

Mr. Kilgore is an intelligent, caring, down-to-Earth person who puts his faith into action through his ministry and his counseling.

Written on Mar 11, 2024 after therapy with Dwayne for 3 weeks

Excellent therapist. Down to earth approach

Written on Feb 23, 2024 after therapy with Dwayne for 1 month on issues concerning depression, and stress, anxiety

Dwayne listens and prodvides feedback to help guide me on the correct path to follow. I feel comfortable talking to him.

Written on Feb 20, 2024 after therapy with Dwayne for 2 weeks on issues concerning depression, grief, and self esteem

Dwayne provides a very common sense and practical approach, but our discussions are never run of the mill. He uses humor when necessary and always keeps the focus on the deeper issues, even when it’s something straight forward. I appreciate that he keeps his approach grounded and will always allow me to work through my thoughts. He’s been wonderful to work with.

Written on Jan 22, 2024 after therapy with Dwayne for 1 year and 7 months on issues concerning relationship issues, self esteem, and anger management

Been an awesome help!

Written on Nov 29, 2023 after therapy with Dwayne for 8 months on issues concerning stress, anxiety, relationship issues, grief, intimacy-related issues, self esteem, and adhd

Dwayne has been the best therapist I could’ve asked for! Over the last 3 years, I’ve come leaps and bounds with his counseling and guidance. I’m so greatly appreciative for BetterHelp guiding me to him. 10/10 recommend.

Written on Aug 30, 2023 after therapy with Dwayne for 2 years and 8 months on issues concerning depression, stress, anxiety, relationship issues, intimacy-related issues, sleeping disorders, self esteem, anger management, coping with life changes, and compassion fatigue