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Welcome to the Austin Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Austin, Texas.

Therapists in Austin

Anna Elisabeth Middleton, Psychologist  in Austin
“I am a licensed psychologist in the Central Austin area. I have vast experience counseling adolescent and adult clients in individual, couples and family therapy. This experience has shown me that individuals can learn to cope with life's problems more efficiently and effectively. Therapy is a life-enriching process that often helps people become more attuned to themselves, others and the environment such that life feels more meaningful and coherent.
(512) 337-3607
Austin, Texas 78704
Heather Teel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe in therapy. It helps us become unstuck, freeing us to move closer towards our goals and who we want to be. It allows us to begin healing from our past and transforms how we feel and act in our current relationships. It gives us support in times of crisis and stress, allowing us to become even more resilient in the future. And it frees us from habitual patterns that cause suffering in our lives.
(281) 915-0169
Austin, Texas 78756
Scott Helm, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I accept all patients over the age of 13.
(915) 213-7142
Austin, Texas 78729
Virginia Garay, Psychiatrist  in Austin
“As a Physician and a Psychiatrist, I believe in the person as a whole. During our care, I complete a thorough history looking at psychiatric symptoms, history, medical health and psychological impacts. Working together we will formulate a treatment plan that is tailored to your individual needs and wishes. Medications are only one of several tools to help you overcome personal challenges. Diet, exercise, talk-therapy, and other modalities are equally if not more important. My motivator is delivering compassionate and comprehensive care to help individuals bring meaningful changes in their lives.
(512) 982-9111
Austin, Texas 78746
Carol Dodgen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The purpose of therapy is generally straight forward. Individuals seek professional help when conflict in their world causes pain. In the counseling session, clients share their concerns and therapists share their training and professional experience . I believe that it is my responsibility to provide a safe place where clients can talk about their thoughts, feelings and experiences in a non-judgmental atmosphere. My approach is interactive, validating, compassionate and collaborative. Depending on the client and/or the specific situation, I work from a variety of perspectives.
(361) 444-2301
Austin, Texas 78756
Bill Stone, LPC, Counselor  in Austin
“I realize that there are a lot of therapists out there and it would be refreshing to find one who is unique in some way or different from the "masses." I believe that I am such a therapist. I have over 15 years of clinical experience and have worked with virtually every type of client. I am comfortable working with any client from any background.
(512) 865-5942
Austin, Texas 78704
A World of Respect, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
“Susanne Slay-Westbrook, Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist-Supervisor, author and founder of A World of Respect, has been helping couples, families, children and individuals of all ages overcome relational, behavioral and emotional conflicts since 1984. By applying respect-based therapy and teaching active listening skills, I help clients identify and overcome hurtful patterns of behavior and thought,resolve conflicts. past or present, and have more effective coping strategies in everyday life. My husband and I also now offer mediation services to families and organizations. I'm offering a new online CEU Ethics course, "Respect-FocusedTherapy."
(512) 649-0127
Austin, Texas 78723
Rachel Gunner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“Psychotherapy is an art and a science. The art is the use of oneself combining the intuitive sense; the naturalness in expressing comfort and caring; the ability to relate to all people; and the comfort in self-disclosure. The science is the skills and techniques we learn and the knowing what techniques will be helpful in moving clients beyond their walls towards a healthier life Please go to my website at http://www.rachelgunner.com to read my philosophy about psychotherapy, coaching and mediation.
(512) 337-4480
Austin, Texas 78704
Caroline Wibbelsman, Counselor  in Austin
“There may be times in your life when you feel so overwhelmed with feelings of grief, depression, or anxiety that you think you might drown. There are other times when you might feel confused about your path, stuck in undesirable habits or relationships, or powerless to make positive changes. Psychotherapy can offer a unique opportunity to explore your current and past issues in a collaborative and nurturing environment. I strive to offer a safe and creative space where we can work together to help you make positive movement towards living a more rich and authentic life.
(512) 270-2076
Austin, Texas 78703
Jenny Abramsky Bazan, Counselor  in Austin
“Often people start counseling when they are feeling ineffective in their lives, are at a crossroads, have chronic feelings of emptiness, feel powerless in changing behavior or cannot tolerate their feelings. I believe that the need for counseling is inevitable in a person's life. Counseling is a vehicle for learning how to cope and create change. A strong therapeutic relationship is the launching pad for growth in counseling, and I will provide a safe, supportive environment for you to do just that. I specialize in mood disorders, eating disorders, anxiety disorders, grief, and LGBTQ issues.
(512) 900-7505
Austin, Texas 78759
Stephanie Martinez, Counselor  in Austin
“Therapy is a collaborative process that encourages self-exploration and finding tranquility with oneself. You can expect a safe and serene place to explore your thoughts and feelings. I am a bilingual Spanish speaking therapist. I treat a broad range of clients including adolescents, children, couples, and families. I've had experience in residential treatment centers, non-profit agencies, and private practice settings that have provided a wider spectrum for me to learn and grow as a therapist.
(512) 213-4797
Austin, Texas 78745
Nadia Bakir, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“You may be interested in counseling because of some specific issue or it could be a vague sense that something in your life is off. We often try to avoid painful or uncomfortable emotions, such as sadness, anger, resentment or grief. But doing so renders them difficult to work through. I can help you develop the tools to enhance your relationships with self and other, undo unhelpful patterns, and improve your overall quality of life.
(512) 430-5106
Austin, Texas 78746
Traci Campbell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The strength of my practice is in creating a safe space for my clients to identify, listen to, and trust their own emerging insights. My intuitive and direct approach allows me to adapt the tools I use to support each client's goals regardless of life-stage or issues. I believe that everyone has the capacity to make life-transforming changes; my client's willingness, honesty, and self-effort create the platform for a new life of unlimited potential.
(512) 522-5963
Austin, Texas 78704
James Todd Riddle, Counselor  in Austin
“Finding answers, resolutions, and ultimately healing in the middle of some of life's most difficult times can be challenging. Help is about being guided to internal solutions that may be hidden by the intensity of the pain or the complexity of the challenge. Capital City Counseling can help. As a practitioner of counseling arts, I am deeply committed to being present, connected, creative, and caring. Through the use of these attributes, I seek to guide clients down a path of discovery...a path to healing one's self
(512) 400-2099
Austin, Texas 78704
David Zuniga, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, PhD, MDIV, MA
“I provide individual and couples counseling for issues such as depression, anxiety, grief, serious illnesses and healthcare decision-making, struggles with shame, and supporting gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people. Before earning a PhD in clinical psychology, my previous career was as a Zen/interfaith chaplain and healthcare administrator. Consequently, I have extensive experience supporting medical doctors and other healthcare professionals. I also enjoy supporting clients who struggle with spiritually-related concerns, career-related concerns, and wellness.
(512) 271-2881
Austin, Texas 78745
Lisa Cashion, Psychologist  in Austin
“I work collaboratively with my clients to help them identify, appreciate and cultivate their strengths so they can utilize them in resolving their difficulties. I use a brief therapy approach to treatment, but the length of treatment depends on the nature of the problem and the needs of the client. I work with adults, teenagers and families. The therapeutic relationship is an important part of treatment and it is essential that we feel comfortable working together. A brief consultation would help us to determine if the treatment approach and therapeutic relationship might be a good fit for you.
(512) 400-2056
Austin, Texas 78759
Liz Heyl, Counselor  in Austin
“I am a licensed professional counselor who specializes in working with children and adolescents. I believe that children have the capacity to heal themselves if given a safe, accepting environment. I know that parenting can be a really tough job. Sometimes, parents just need some extra support and new ideas to help their child. My hope is to strengthen the relationship between children and their parents by providing a deeper understanding of each other's worlds to restore a more enjoyable life together.
(512) 872-3343
Austin, Texas 78736
David Cansler, Psychologist  in Austin
“My practice is focused on working with adults, most of whom have issues with anxiety, depression, or relationships. I seek to help identify personal goals or specific things that my clients want to change, and then I work with them on pragmatic ways to achieve those goals. My style is broadly cognitive behavioral, but I have extensive training in family systems and psychodynamic approaches as well, and I and seek to be flexible in meeting the needs and preferences of my clients. I also work with couples, and in those situations my focus is upon the relationship and changes that will benefit both parties. I have formal training as a mediator, and I find those skills useful in marital therapy.
(512) 649-0000
Austin, Texas 78705
Brenda Lightfoot  in Austin
“Are you ready to make changes in your life? Do you want to change jobs or careers? Maybe you'd like to go back to school or find a way to bring more meaning into your life. Maybe you've had challenges in your life, such as job loss, disability, or illness, but you aren't sure what to do about them.
(512) 549-2025
Austin, Texas 78752
Saro Helpinstill, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFT-A, LPC-Int, Supervi
“I enjoy working with people from all walks of life and backgrounds. In addition to traditional talk therapy, I offer EMDR which can help treat trauma - from accidents and violence to familial or religious rejection and grief. This model can also be used for relief of anxiety, elimination of phobias, enhancement of performance, and more. We can discuss if EMDR might be a good option for you. I work with individuals on goals ranging from self-esteem to anxiety. I treat couples and families who wish to overcome old patterns of interacting and make the most of their relationships.
(512) 271-4904
Austin, Texas 78746
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