Resource Center has been the primary organization for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community and for HIV/AIDS services in North Texas since 1983. As one of the largest LGBT community centers in the country, the center maintains a staff of more than 50 full- and part-time members who are supported by over 1,000 volunteers. A large part of their work comprises HIV/AIDS services, including anonymous and confidential HIV testing and counseling, as well as STD testing and treatments. Through a partnership with Southern Methodist University's Center for Family Counseling, Resource Center offers LGBT-affirmative counseling for a wide range of concerns, such as transgender issues, anxiety, coming out, relationship difficulties, and more.
Dallas Colon Therapy gently cleanses clients’ interiors with comfortable colon-hydrotherapy treatments. After reclining on a soft table, fully covered clients ready themselves for the treatment. The 45- to 60-minute process removes waste from the large intestine without the use of drugs, leaving bodies to focus on more pressing issues, such as turning the vestigial tail into a dorsal fin.
Wellness experts soothe and heal the body on the outside as well. They ease away tension with hot-stone and Swedish massages and tighten loose skin with body wraps.
Helmed by Ricky Williams, a certified anger-management facilitator and stress-management coach, the therapists and counselors at Life Changes Learning Center help their clients find the tools to help them deal with stress and anxiety. That's why the staff creates a variety of supportive settings to cater to the comfort levels of each individual who walks through their door. In addition to group sessions and support groups, they also oversee private sessions for families, couples, and individuals.
Noyau Wellness Center helps clients maintain sound bodies and minds via nutrition tips, counseling, and customized health plans that have been featured on CBS, ABC, and the Daily Mail. The center's nutritionists work to understand each individual's metabolic needs and devise meal plans to help them achieve their health and fitness goals. The comprehensive system may include everything from blood work to transforming clients' bodies to look like their favorite vegetables.
Counseling sessions can take place one-on-one or in small groups, and cover issues ranging from business partnerships and couples' therapy to cognitive behavior counseling. Children can receive help overcoming trauma, and LGBT couples can find a safe space to air their grievances and work toward resolution.