About Jeffrey T. Welskopf, M.A., LPC


Most of my availability is from 3 to 8 PM to allow those who work a regular workday time for sessions so they do not have to take off of work.  I have openings in my Dallas location and case by case situation for virtual sessions.   Please fill out the contact form if you want to set up an appointment for in person or online therapy.

I currently have a small telehealth (virtual) Men’s Anger Management (Emotional Regulation) Group on Wednesday evenings at 6:30-7:30 PM.  A 30-45 minute interview/ assessment is required to join the group (fees apply).    There are no waiting lists for Anger Management/ Emotional Regulation Group.  I would like to start another In-Person Group once I have enough interest.


Do you merely react to things or do you have the ability to appropriately respond to things?  Do you take emotions out on those that you love because that’s just what you do?  Are you on auto-pilot, just merely existing?  Are your past hurts and hangups robbing you of your joy? Are you so concerned with what others think? Are you angry, sad, or just ready to give up? Do you feel abandoned by your family, church or friend group?  That was a long string of rhetorical questions.  Honestly, if you answered any of these questions with a “yes” then you need to do something about it.  Whether it is with me or another therapist or life coach, learn about yourself and why you do what you do.

If you are doing research for your spouse, loved one, know that I believe in extreme accountability.  If they are not willing to make contact with my office themselves, then they are not going to do the work required to make changes.  You cannot want it more than them.  Period.

Please fill out the contact form if you want to set up an appointment for in person or online therapy.  If you choose to call, leave a voicemail.  Since my number is published, I get 100’s of robocalls a year.  Filling out the form gets a much faster response.

About me:  I am a Navy Veteran from the 1990s.  Trained in the ministry and in counseling but my path changed after a long bout of depression and hopelessness.  Losing one of my closest friends to suicide in 2001, I chose to learn more about why people do what they do.  The journey was long and not without my own doubts and failures.  When I come to the table, I am not one who merely studied therapy.  I lived out the principles I teach.  I believe in the process.  I have worked extensively in the field of emotional regulation.  I have been in private practice off and on since 2009.  I use a combination of talk therapy, book recommendations, ted talks and videos to supplement what we discuss in the sessions.  I do not believe in a quick fix.  This process takes time and effort.  Other areas where I prefer to venture: Anger Management/ Emotional Regulation, career counseling and those interested in entrepreneurship, Mindfulness practices, LGBTQ+ relationship issues, deconstruction / integration  from religious beliefs/ societal beliefs, and Lego therapy.  Currently, I am not doing too much with martial / relationship counseling.  I find that much work needs to be done with the individual prior to doing joint sessions.  Seek out a therapist that has experience in Gottman-based relationship therapy.



  • Years in Practice: 11 Years
  • School: Masters of Counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary, Licensed Professional Counselor
  • Year Graduated: 2008
  • License and State: 77945 Texas

Additional Credentials

  • Certified Anger Management Specialist 
  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC): Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional / 77945
  • Certificate Date: 2021


  • Texas Counseling Association
  • American Psychological Association