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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

Stephanie M Arsenault, Counselor  in Austin
“If you are reading my profile, then you are probably looking for someone to help you with the problems that you and your family are facing. Perhaps it is a child that you feel you can't control, or the terrible stress you are feeling from the obligations placed on you as a result. My practice focuses on helping children with issues such as Autism/Aspergers, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, ADHD, Bi-polar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Abandonment and Attachment Disorder, among others. Equally important in my practice is working with the important people in your child's life to help them manage and cope with the stress.
(512) 772-5956
Austin, Texas 78746
Bettison and Bettison of TX Inc, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“Bettison and Bettison of Texas Inc. is a multifaceted Holistic Behavioral Health service organization specializing in the delivery of comprehensive behavioral health care for the benefit of individuals, families, groups and organizations. Bettison and Bettison of Texas Inc. presents the newest innovative concepts in behavioral management. We tailor our services to meet the needs of our clients. Bettison and Bettison of Texas Inc. employ a full range of highly trained professionals who assess and develop treatment plans tailored to your particular needs
(512) 271-2185
Austin, Texas 78756
David Wesley Milem, Counselor  in Austin
“Beginning a therapy relationship for yourself or your loved ones may feel like a big step. But this collaboration can help you feel more comfortable, safe, and confident. I have 27 years of experience consulting, coaching, and helping children, teens, and adults on a range of issues. I work closely with other healthcare professionals, including pediatricians, psychiatrists, and other counselors as requested. I have interacted with educational systems on behalf of clients and I have met with clients at their home in order to address specific issues. I have successfully assisted school administrators to install behavioral response-to-intervention systems.
(512) 337-4196
Austin, Texas 78746
Katherine Ropers, Counselor  in Austin
“Can you imagine what life would be like if you were more confident, calm, focused, and present? What would it be like to approach situations with optimism and excitement rather than with fears of making mistakes or looking foolish? Despite wanting happiness, healthy relationships, and freedom from overwhelming worry, many people do not know how. I can help you to gain clarity into what you want,what has gotten in your way, and what you need to move forward.
(512) 843-8251
Austin, Texas 78759
Amanda C Smith, Counselor  in Austin
“Therapy is a special relationship that fosters behavioral and thought changes while increasing personal growth through the creation of a secure environment. Through effective communication, therapeutic techniques, and positive support together we can work on the difficulties and struggles in your and your family's lives. I enjoy working with individuals and families struggling with a variety of issues. I specialize in anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADHD, self-esteem and trauma. I have been working with children, adolescents and adults for the past 10 years in a variety of therapeutic settings.
(512) 489-6792
Austin, Texas 78746
Evgeniya Agaeva, Counselor  in Austin
“Therapy, in any form, is the intentional movement toward self-awareness. To approach the mind with curiosity and despite fear is to identify yourself as a conscious and intending witness to your own being. To embrace this curiosity is to welcome an unabridged and unedited self, and to allow this force to transform false motivations, automatic thinking, painful emotions, and destructive behaviors: to create a life without unnecessary suffering. Therapy is a process of integrating the self, creating a space of clarity, working towards a cognizant acceptance of freedom and responsibility: mindful presence in your own life and the world.
(512) 982-0825
Austin, Texas 78731
Mandy Rutherford, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Since entering the field a decade ago, I have worked extensively with children and adolescents faced with issues related to trauma, loss, and grief and the concerning behaviors that often accompany such circumstances. I am experienced working with depression, anxiety, issues of dependency as well as working with families in crisis and transition. If you, your family, or loved one is having a difficult time, feels stuck or just wants life to feel more satisfying and fulfilling - working with art and images in therapy could prove beneficial. I'd welcome the chance to figure that out together.
(512) 861-8500
Austin, Texas 78752
“I view therapy as a collaborative process. I welcome my clients into partnership, fully believing that within each of us there is an authenitic Self that has all the resources one needs to navigate through any situation. I am blessed to have a rich tapestry of life experience which provides a unique and grounding backdrop to my counseling. Realizing that we all get stuck, ovewhelmed or lost at times, I incorporate warmth and humor into our sessions, gently challenging my clients to recognize and build on their strengths.
(512) 270-7065
Austin, Texas 78746
Deanna Miesch, Counselor  in Austin
“As a Board Certified Registered Art Therapist (ATR-BC) and a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor (LPC-S), I can offer many tools to clients that can be useful long after therapy has ended. My approach is eclectic and relational, trying to meet the client where they are at. I have been in private practice in east Austin since June 2003 and enjoy working with all ages (5+). My specialties are trauma and adolescents. I am also trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reintegration) levels I and II. I have also found EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) very useful with clients.
(512) 649-0176
Austin, Texas 78702
Leslie Woodworth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LICSW
“I have a loving, direct approach with clear communication, a relaxed, non-judgmental style creating ease in therapy, and an intuitive ability to connect and help others re-connect. I love working with people who seek to deepen their themselves and have more intimate connection with their loved ones, whether that's a child, spouse, parent or other relationship. I want to know who you are, and am here to listen and to be with you exactly where you are in this process. I am here to meet you. Come. Let's explore together.
(857) 254-9363
Austin, Texas 78759
Tracey H Mccullick, Counselor  in Austin
“As a psychotherapist I strive to assist my clients in the process of becoming more whole in all aspects of their lives. My primary training is as an art therapist and I use an integrative approach to promote healing. I find that enhancing talk therapy with experiential methods gives my clients the freedom to express their deepest selves. Within the therapeutic relationship we can find the existing internal nuances and textures that make us all unique and valuable. My work includes seeing individuals, adolescents and adults, who have depression/anxiety, past trauma, addiction related issues and middle-aged challenges.
(512) 337-4798
Austin, Texas 78731
Kendra Powers, Counselor  in Austin
“We were made to THRIVE! So why do we get stuck and how do we move towards a more fulfilling life? That's my focus and why I can help you move forward. Do you drink too much, eat too much, buy too much or worry all the time? It's exhausting, I get it, but there are different choices to make once we discover we can make them. We are doing the best we can with what we know and what we've learned yet when we do life differently it gives us a chance to flourish.
(512) 879-1173
Austin, Texas 78745
Marian Bell, Counselor  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, CRRT, CRTR
“Working with clients in my therapy practice for over 25 years, one thing I know for sure is that when you are struggling emotionally, it affects all areas of your life. My practice is dedicated to helping you get through tough challenges and supporting you as you develop healthier, happier lives. With me you'll find deep listening, strong therapeutic support, and practical collaborative help right away. Clients describe me as "warm, intelligent and dead on accurate in her ability to help me help myself" "solid, experienced, and very professional" and "she helped us laugh again."
(512) 937-6645
Austin, Texas 78703
Jill Z Brenner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I offer my clients a safe environment and non-judgmental support to explore and express themselves. Together we will work on identifying blind spots and unconscious beliefs that might be thwarting personal growth. Whether you are coming to see me because you want to talk about a painful experience, are seeking new coping skills or are just feeling stuck, we will work together to help you move forward and obtain a healthier state of mind. My therapeutic approach is eclectic, allowing me to draw on a variety of modalities to help guide my counseling.
(512) 607-4757
Austin, Texas 78759
Barbara O'Brien, Counselor  in Austin
“I enjoy assisting with goal clarity and quickly identifying the necessary action steps to achieving client goals. By focusing in on the crucial specifics of the goal, success and emotional relief are easier to achieve. With honest self-reflection and a desire to make behavioral and/or cognitive changes, my clients are able to reach new levels of satisfaction. I believe that by utilizing one's own strengths and preferences, with a dose of humor tossed in, most clients will be able to feel empowered to manage and solve most of life's problems with a hopeful attitude right away.
(602) 492-5973
Austin, Texas 78703
Alison Walker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I'm a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Using a systems theory approach I work with individuals, couples and families at a private practice in Austin. My areas of interest include: parenting issues, bullying, family conflict, marriage counseling, premarital counseling, depression, anxiety, and eating disorders.
(512) 351-3793
Austin, Texas 78703
Loren Stell, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Psychoanalyst, NCPsyA, MDiv, MFA
“What makes me different from other therapists is what makes you different from other people confused or in pain. Particularity. No one else has endured what you have or knows better what talent and understanding lies buried or mis-wired in you. My job is to help locate what serves you, frees you, guides you; listen with you for what's meaningful amid the conflicting "facts" and feelings. We discover questions often lead to better questions. Reflexive habits - once lifesaving - may no longer work. Insights lead to behavior change and options which can take you where you want to go.
(646) 600-5215
Austin, Texas 78734
Andrea M Zeddies, Psychologist  in Austin
“I maintain a part-time private practice in Austin specializing in autism evaluations and assessment of developmental disabilities, aptitude, learning disabilities, sensory processing disorder, and behavioral disorders. I also provide parent consultations and conduct mothers' support groups. I have worked closely with People's Community Clinic, Austin Independent School District, Austin-Travis County MHMR, and the Developmental Assessment Program at the Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas, as well as providing consultation services for pediatricians and family practice physicians in the Austin community.
(512) 337-4658
Austin, Texas 78731
Jency James, Counselor  in Austin
“As a Counselor, my role is to help people discover their own inner strengths and resources, and work with them on their life journeys. My well-developed skills as a listener and information seeker support my clients in processing internal information about themselves and their relationships to better manage and map the complexities of their lives.
(512) 337-1956
Austin, Texas 78702
Nyssa Hoerner, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, LMFT-A
“Do you consider yourself quirky, playful, meditative, irreverent? Any of the above? All of the above? If so, I would like to help you to heal. It is through trust and vulnerability that we are able to reconnect the fragile pieces of ourselves, and I find it easier to trust someone with whom I can play! I work well with children, teenagers, and adults who are struggling with fitting into the "norm." This includes, but is not limited to, people struggling with autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and simply believing in themselves.
(512) 571-3097
Austin, Texas 78746
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