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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

Elizabeth Dossman, Counselor  in Austin
“A variety of approaches and techniques can be productive in the self-discovery process. My first priority is to create a comfortable setting – regardless of geography – that makes each individual at ease in sharing his or her significant life experiences. A feeling of respect, non judgmental attitude and positive regard will be felt when meeting with me. With this atmosphere set, the ability to develop new perspectives, coping mechanisms and problem-solving skills will prosper. I will help you transform your thinking in a way that enables you to find new purpose, deeper meaning and a more authentic relationship.
(512) 410-1283
Austin, Texas 78746
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CGP
“Our life histories and personalities can create patterns of relating to the world and others that get in the way of connections and leave us anxious and depressed. I specialize in helping people form more healthy relationships by identifying the obstacles to doing so and working through them with my clients.
(512) 523-5231
Austin, Texas 78759
Linda Chupik, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Couples Counseling works! I know. I’ve been a couple’s therapist for over 20 years! You know and I know the quality of a relationship effects one’s wellbeing in every way – even the life span. Whether it is an affair, poor communication, sexual concerns, or someone has just fallen out of love, give it a chance by trying couples therapy. Most of the time you have more to gain than to lose! It’s never too late.
(512) 861-8284
Austin, Texas 78759
Robin P Shaw, Counselor  in Austin
“"HELP" is a composition written by John Lennon about the human condition and the changes we face during our lifetime. I believe that people are naturally resilient in the face of challenges and choices that ignite fear, hurt and despair. It is amazing how we can move from the depth of despair and emerge with a new found strength and a greater sense of life direction than we ever thought possible.
(512) 553-8994
Austin, Texas 78705
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CEAP, BCD
“I have developed expertise in working with a vast array of problems. Resulting from many years of experience in workplace, academic, healthcare and private practice settings I am focusing on contemporary issues such as: Marital/Relationship Problems; Computer/Internet Problem Behaviors; Stepfamilies; & Parents of Adult Children Who Won't Grow Up. I prefer to do a thorough assessment and make recommendations for the best help and resources available. I believe that my clients are quite resiliant and I enjoy helping them graduate from therapy. Although, it has been my experience that my clients return from time to time.
(512) 588-5944
Austin, Texas 78750
Elizabeth J Harvey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA
“Therapy offers an opportunity to step outside of the systems that surround us and reflect on what is working well--and what could benefit from a change. As a counselor, I offer a safe and supportive space to look at the barriers--internal and external--that stand in the way of true happiness. In my practice, I work primarily with adults and adolescents experiencing anxiety, depression, and adjustment to life changes and stressors. I've been a counselor in both an outpatient and crisis setting, and draw on these experiences to meet each client's individual needs.
(512) 969-6252
Austin, Texas 78701
Amy I. Brent, Counselor  in Austin
“As a Dialectical Behavior Therapist, my goal in individual and group therapy is to help clients who are struggling with depression, anxiety, anger outbursts, impulsive and compulsive behaviors. I work with clients to help them learn coping skills to manage these symptoms so they can achieve their goals and build the life they desire. I work closely with my clients to support them in the process of change which can be both difficult and very rewarding.
(512) 400-2706
Austin, Texas 78759
“I treat a variety of psychiatric illnesses from depression and anxiety to schizophrenia. I did my psychiatric training here in Austin and I am familiar with many of the mental health resources in Central Texas.
(512) 360-8494
Austin, Texas 78759
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCDC
“I am experienced and skilled in working with clients who have chemical dependency, codependency, depression, bipolar, anxiety disorders, trauma, and/or relationship issues. I see individuals and couples. I also work with parents of adolescents and offer family therapy sessions. I am excited about the good results that can be achieved with EMDR and EFT. Reducing the level of emotional disturbance, can clear the way for problem solving and healing.
(361) 437-0924
Austin, Texas 78746
“Changing anything in life can feel like a struggle and seeking help is an important part of the process. During my time as counselor, I have had the privilege to collaborate with adolescents, couples and families as they courageously embark on the pathway to change. I value working with my clients to gain awareness of the patterns in life and finding ways of adjusting them to meet current needs. Whether you are feeling stuck or completely lost, counseling can be a great tool for change. I look forward to working with you.
(512) 649-0007
Austin, Texas 78704
Mandy Blott, Psychologist  in Austin
“I believe relationships are one of the most important aspects of life, often our greatest source of both distress and joy. I enjoy helping clients cultivate more satisfying relationships, gain insight into areas of difficulty, rediscover their strengths, and approach challenges in new ways. I also enjoy helping clients discover more of their authentic selves, building greater self-love and acceptance. In my relationships with clients, I take care to cultivate respect, honesty, support, and trust. I work with clients who are diverse in terms of cultural background, age, economic background, and sexual orientation.
(512) 843-8689
Austin, Texas 78703
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
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in Southwest Austin, and I specialize in working with children, adolescents, and their families. I work from a strengths-based perspective, using modalities such as expressive arts therapy, sand tray therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy and family systems therapy to help clients heal. I work with parents to explore effective strategies at home to improve family functioning and alleviate stress.
(513) 456-5087
Austin, Texas 78735
Laura Ebady, Psychologist  in Austin
“Do you want to reclaim, or perhaps discover, who you are and what brings you pleasure in life? Whether you are seeking help with depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, a lack of direction, or other difficulties, I provide support and challenge when needed to assist you in creating a more enjoyable and meaningful life. An important part of our work together involves exploring what obstacles, both internal and external, are preventing you from moving forward. I use targeted questions to help you identify patterns, make connections, uncover unproductive ways of thinking, and highlight your areas of strength.
(512) 879-3810
Austin, Texas 78751
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you feel overwhelmed at times? Are your normal coping skills failing to help you with life events and transitions? Are you feeling depressed, anxious or lost? Are your relationships stressed and leaving you feeling alone? You do not need to struggle alone. Therapy can give you a place to pause and breathe, gain some clarity and calm, revive your coping skills and add new perspectives. It provides a supportive place where everyone feels listened to and understood. Often it leads to amazing change, healing and growth.
(512) 872-2485
Austin, Texas 78746
Jack Morrison, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with both adults and adolescents. For over twenty years I have been successfully helping individuals have healthier and happier lives. Anxiety; panic attacks; depression; grief; sadness; anger; guilt; shame; confusion; physical, emotional, and sexual abuse; feelings of hopelessness or helplessness are all problems that can be dramatically changed for the better. I also have helped many people with chronic physical pain. I enjoy my work and welcome the opportunity to work with new clients.
(512) 430-4418
Austin, Texas 78731
Kristen Miciotto (Supvd By Sabrina Kindell Lpc-S Lmft-S)  in Austin
“STOP being so hard on yourself! Self criticism is not a good motivator for change. When we lack self awareness and self-compassion, the negative voices in our mind can make everyday experiences feel overwhelming. Anxiety, stress and fear are normal responses to uncomfortable life transitions, creating a healthy relationship to these feelings and positive compassionate self-talk, changes everything. I work with children, adolescence and adults to become aware of themselves in a way that creates growth and acceptance. We already posses everything we need to make our lives different, sometimes we just need to be reminded.
(512) 271-4743
Austin, Texas 78745
Karen Hodge, Counselor  in Austin
“As a marriage and family therapist, I teach couples the habits that distinguish successful and happy relationships from unhappy ones. Does your relationship need help rebuilding a sense of friendship and trust? I can teach you skills to manage conflict more productively and to develop more intimacy and closeness. Isn't it time to experience new ways to be together that support safety and connection? I would like to help you realize the potential inherent in your relationship.
(512) 861-6742
Austin, Texas 78759
Anna McElearney, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFT-A, NCC
“If you're a couple wanting to restore your relationship and strengthen your communication and intimacy, I'd like to help.
(512) 354-1551
Austin, Texas 78759
Phyllis S Clymer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCSW-C, CGP
“For over 30 years, I've been helping people who are depressed, anxious, grieving, or having relationship or marital problems. I engage in a lively interactive conversation where we both come to understand what is causing your difficulties. Through this process you will discover new ways to feel, think, and behave. This collaborative non-judgmental, non-pressuring approach creates a safe and trusting environment where true and lasting change can occur. No one can change things about themselves that they can't see, name, or comprehend. If "will power" were enough you would have made these changes long ago.
(512) 574-6777
Austin, Texas 78731
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