Gina Bolanos has been passionate about counseling and psychology since childhood. As a professional in mental health for over 20 years, Ms. Bolanos has extensive research, assessment, and counseling experience. She obtained her Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling Psychology from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. In addition to counseling services, Ms. Bolanos enjoys working with counseling students and supervises Licensed Professional Counselor-Interns.
In her free time, Ms. Bolanos enjoys hiking, running, as well as enjoying quality time with friends, and listening to live music. She is thankful to be able to come home each day to her supportive and loving husband and their three Chihuahuas.
Bolanos Counseling in Dallas, Texas is owned and operated by senior therapist, Gina Bolanos, who has been working with children, families, couples, adults and older adults for over ten years. Gina works in collaboration with you to address the mental health distress you are experiencing, whether that is anxiety, relationship stress, insecurity, trauma or grief, and move into a place of peace and hope. Gina creates a non-judgmental environment, where you are free to process challenges and explore the tools needed to experience change and growth.
The counseling process is an opportunity for you to define your hopes and goals and realize they are possible and attainable. Each session is tailored to your individual needs and geared towards helping you come to a place of self-acceptance so that you feel empowered to realize your full potential.
Each individual experiences a wide range of emotions in different ways with different triggers and different coping styles this is part of the human experience. At Bolanos Counseling Services, Gina seeks to help you better understand who you are and how you respond to emotions so that you can experience a deeper sense of peace with yourself and connection with others.
As part of the therapy process, Gina helps you to holistically explore all areas of your life. Children are encouraged to better understand their academic experiences, while adults look at job and relationship satisfaction. Gina often works with several family members, which gives her a greater understanding of each individual and what role they play when she is able to see the family as a whole.