Pathways Counseling Center

Friends and family lend a tremendous amount of support during life's trials, but sometimes you need emotional and psychological assistance that only a professional counselor can provide. 

Pathways Counseling Center offers professional Biblical counseling for the building up and maturing of the whole person. Our goal is to provide caring, competent and confidential help in a distinctively Christian setting – to help you move from grief, crisis or conflict toward a healthy solution.

We offer individual, pre-marital, and marriage and family counseling to help clients with struggles such as anxiety and mood disorders, sexuality issues, career guidance, spiritual issues, conflict resolution, relational issues, and grief and loss. Counseling is also available for children and adolescents.

Pam Greene and Dan Clement are professional counselors who care about your emotional and psychological well-being.

If you have scheduled an appointment with us, please print, complete, and bring the Intake form. We look forward to visiting with you!

Contact Pathways Counseling Center at 214.969.2456

Pam Greene M.A., L.P.C.S.
Pam joined FBD’s counseling staff in 2001. Pam’s areas of specialization include play therapy, marriage and family, and abuse issues. As Director of Pathways, she also provides professional consultation, education and training for various ministry groups. Pam has an M.A. in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University, and is pursuing a Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Counseling.  Pam is also an approved supervisor with the Texas L.P.C. Board. Pam and her husband Tim live in Dallas and have three children.

Dan Clement, Ph.D., Psychologist, L.M.F.T., L.P.C.
Dan has been a therapist at Pathways since 2009, bringing over 20 years of experience in counseling individuals and couples to the team.  He earned a Ph.D. in Psychology and Counseling from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. In addition to counseling at Pathways, Dan is Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at Argosy University. He is also an approved supervisor through LMFT and LPC Boards in Texas. Dan and his wife Kim live in Arlington and have four children.

Pathways is also a training facility for master level students and graduates who are pursuing their licensure in counseling. Students from Dallas Baptist University, Dallas Theological Seminary and other institutions have counseled under the supervision of Pam Greene, L.P.C.S. Approximately 12 students have completed this training.