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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
Brittany L Jones, Counselor  in Austin
“I specialize in work with children and adolescents. I am continuously impressed by my clients' resiliency and the hard job of being a parent. I utilize a variety of empirically-supported therapeutic approaches in order to help facilitate long-lasting change. I find the relationship with my clients to be a crucial part of the healing process and I work with compassion, empathy, and authenticity to help guide families through life's challenges.
(214) 307-8713
Austin, Texas 78735
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
Jennifer Perry, Counselor  in Austin
“I have worked with clients of all backgrounds in family, group and individual formats, in home, office, and school settings. I specialize in counseling individuals who struggle with behavioral challenges, family conflicts, transitions, anxiety, depression, and self-esteem issues. When appropriate, I tend to collaborate with school personnel, community resources, and utilize family therapy sessions to offer wrap-around care that helps ensure my client's success. I have a background in CBT, and tend to favor solution-focused therapy with a client-centered approach and an attachment theory perspective.
(512) 605-1631
Austin, Texas 78723
Priscilla A Morton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with people facing emotional, social and physical challenges. I have expertise and over 20 years experience treating alcoholism and drug dependency, emotional, physical and sexual abuse,unresolved grief,depression and anxiety,and mind-body issues including IBS,pain,preparation for medical procedures and infertility. I also offer performance enhancement or "mental training" for athletes and performing artists and anyone with test-taking anxiety.
(361) 444-0154
Austin, Texas 78759
Sherry Dickey, Psychologist  in Austin
“I take an eclectic approach to psychotherapy that focuses on the unique needs of each patient as I work collaboratively with them to focus on understanding their concerns and conflicts within themselves and with other people. The symptoms that patients bring represent problems in transitions, relationships, or some dissatisfaction with their lives. I work with people across a broad spectrum of difficulties including depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, relationship issues, as well as with people who have characterological problems in living.
(512) 452-3035
Austin, Texas 78701
Victoria Shackelford, Counselor  in Austin
“If you are struggling with the effects of life changing stressful and traumatic events, such as domestic violence, sexual assault, the death of a loved one, the breakup of a long term marriage or a once loving relationship and are seeking help to make your way through the chaos---consider archetypal psychotherapy to make meaning from the way we engage these traumatic difficulties as we make our way in life. I provide Jungian Psychotherapy services for couples, adults and adolescents suffering, Trauma, Anxiety, PTSD, depression, grief, anger and loss of meaning in life.
(210) 468-7214
Austin, Texas 78702
Victoria G Wing, Counselor  in Austin
“I help people understand themselves. When you understand yourself - your patterns, your perspective - you can change whatever isn't working in your life, and invite in more of what is. If you're struggling - with depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, difficult relationships, feelings of discontent - I can help you work through it and move forward. I provide a friendly, comfortable space where you can relax and talk. I listen, and offer fresh insights and feedback, as well as new skills and strategies for you to try. You leave feeling free of judgment and full of hope.
(512) 843-7081
Austin, Texas 78759
Sarah Elizabeth Chalmers, Counselor  in Austin
“As your therapist, I will honor the goals you define and work with you to build solutions based on your unique strengths. The foundation of my approach is the belief that everyone has the power within themselves to re-story their lives in ways that lead to feelings of empowerment and hope. I attempt to be solution-oriented and work with clients to discover hidden strengths and clarify their resources.
(248) 419-4789
Austin, Texas 78746
Bobbie Evans, M.S. LPC-LCDC, Counselor  in Austin
“Feeling overwhelmed or confused with past, current, or evolving needs that requires the safe place that therapy and a calm therapist should provide for you? Sometimes this can occur quickly and sometimes this can occur slowly which is why I always ask "What brings you in today?'" I view therapy as as a partnership between therapist and the client or clients. I always warn clients that I am honest, compassionate, and direct. Many people like that. Some don't. Children and adolescents respond well to the fact that I treat them with the same respect that I treat their parents.
(512) 865-5959
Austin, Texas 78729
Rhea Pledger, Counselor  in Austin
“Do you have a difficult time opening up to others? Does fear get in the way? Or shame? As you ease into talking in therapy, you will become more insightful and self-compassionate. Over time, you will begin to understand what you want in life and how to get what you want. Thank you for visiting my profile. I invite you to contact me to set up an appointment. I have over 7 years experience providing individual and group therapy at agencies such as Waterloo Counseling Center, the University of Texas Counseling and Mental Health Center, and the YWCA.
(512) 649-0184
Austin, Texas 78746
Beth Bramble Psychotherapy Associates, PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“Life’s pleasures are found more in the journey than in the destination. But what happens if your journey is not what you expected and life becomes confusing and out of control? Deciding to seek help is an important first step in the road to recovery. Finding a therapist that is right for you is essential.
(361) 255-4574 x1
Austin, Texas 78756
Susan I Bates, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, LCDC
“Often the individuals that contact me are in recovery for addiction or have a family member that struggles with some form of addiction. Commonly, they are looking for help with the distress that is occurring in their lives. Some feel anxious or frustrated; others feel trapped by old patterns or destructive behaviors.
(512) 640-2197
Austin, Texas 78703
Susan Bramlette, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I am a Bowen Family Systems therapist, working with relationship problems from the standpoint of your connections(family, co-workers, community). I believe that no one functions entirely alone and problematic interactions with others produce symptoms that can be alleviated by addressing the roles, rules, and goals we may define differently between us. Faith in ourselves, in "safe" others, and in a benevolent Source that gives meaning to experience are vital resources for the growing seasons of life that come to all. Phone me to discuss your situation; I'd like to be of help.
(503) 388-9263
Austin, Texas 78746
Tali Boots, Counselor  in Austin
“Welcome! It is my belief that therapy is most helpful when the therapist can hold a place of safety for each client while encouraging the client to understand fully what they want to achieve from therapy and how best to achieve this. I come to each session with a curious nature, asking the client what they want out of therapy and how their life will be different after this is achieved. The therapeutic relationship is the most important factor in beneficial therapy and I value the trust of my clients.
(512) 271-4473
Austin, Texas 78746
Betsy Stanfield, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you feeling overwhelmed and stuck with a destructive behavior pattern or life situation? Are you frustrated or fearful about the consequences of your behavior for yourself or loved ones? Are you afraid things will never change? I help individuals and couples to break free of these destructive patterns. My professional commitment to you is to provide insight, compassionate support, and new tools to help you navigate through difficult times and improve the quality of your life. You CAN create change in your life and I look forward to exploring how to do that with you.
(512) 761-7919
Austin, Texas 78759
Libba Carver Skarnulis, Counselor  in Austin
“Trying to find a therapist can be frustrating. I like to help people move out of that gear they may feel stuck in. I use compassion with clients while not offering lecturing or harsh judgments. I practice family systems therapy validating each member and have experience helping couples with infertility issues. I also work with parents and helping them with difficult parenting choices. I specialize in helping adults find healthy boundaries with others in their lives and I have background in helping those who are battling anxiety issues.
(512) 831-4962
Austin, Texas 78759
Diana Elaine Damer, Psychologist  in Austin
“I specialize in treating the full spectrum of anxiety disorders, including obsessive-compulsive disorder, social anxiety disorder,specific phobias, generalized anxiety disorder, and panic disorder. My approach is cognitive-behavioral with an emphasis on exposure-based interventions. I often utilize perfectionism as a conceptual model for treating anxiety disorders and related issues.
(512) 649-0027
Austin, Texas 78757
Jim Linn, PhD - Psychologist, Psychologist  in Austin
“I am a licensed Psychologist and have been working with the Austin community since 1990. I am married and have three children. A native Texan, I arrived in Austin in 1971 after working for a nonprofit program in New York City. Upon finishing my doctoral degree, I entered private practice. My office is set in the live oaks of West Lake Hills.
(512) 686-8926
Austin, Texas 78746
Randy Frazier, Psychologist  in Austin
“Are you stuck in trying to resolve relationship problems? Tired of arguing without resolution? Do you find that the person you fell in love with now feels like your adversary? Trying to work through relationship issues is hard enough, deciding to come to a professional for help may feel even more daunting. I provide a confidential and supportive environment to help you explore issues in your relationship. We will work together to understand more deeply the ways you may be stuck in your relationship with others and to develop coping strategies for improvement.
(512) 861-8948
Austin, Texas 78759
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