mitch isle 214 counseling dallas therapy space for rent


  • Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) – Sexual addiction and other problematic behaviors such as gambling, overworking or workaholism and overspending/shopping.
  • Alcohol and substance abuse and addiction
  • Somatic Experiencing trained – Trauma and other stress-related disorders
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Communication and boundary issues
  • Identity issues
  • Multicultural issues
  • Spiritual and existential issues

Mitchell Isle


Founder of Communion Collaborative | Psychotherapist

Partner at 214 Counseling

Mitch specializes in providing collaborative therapy practices by joining with you and other healthcare professionals you work with to develop a holistic, individualized plan to reach your goals. By providing a safe space and trusting relationship, he will help you find hope, meaning in your suffering, healing and the development of practical strategies to manage life’s difficulties in a healthy way moving forward. 

As a supplement to his work, Mitch is certified as a CSAT (Certified Sex Addiction Therapist) to address a variety of problematic and addictive behaviors, and trained in SE (Somatic Experiencing), a body-based therapy approach used to develop self-awareness, emotional capacity and resiliency, and resolve past emotional wounds, and current stress and trauma symptoms.

Prior to joining 214 Counseling Group, Mitch worked at a Dallas outpatient organization where he served as a staff therapist, managed the clinical staff, oversaw clinical services delivery, added unique groups and programs, and improved internal clinical operations and staff collaboration.

Mitch earned his bachelors degree in 2002 and juris doctor degree in 2005 from Louisiana State University. Mitch worked in the NCAA compliance and athletic academic counseling fields where he discovered his passion to actively listen to other people’s stories, and approach conversations with a sense of care and curiosity. He later went back to school and earned his masters degree in counseling in 2012 from Dallas Theological Seminary. Mitch currently lives in Dallas with his wife and three children. 

For more information about Mitch and his private practice Communion Collaborative, please visit or email him below.



Favorite Book

Ready Player One
by Ernest Cline

(I love 80’s nostalgia)

Favorite Quote

“In some ways suffering ceases to be suffering at the moment it finds a meaning, such as the meaning of a sacrifice.”

-Viktor Frankl


Favorite Office Item

Hoberman Sphere (breathing ball) — it represents my values of fun/play and learning how to regulate my nervous system in a healthy way.