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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

Sandra 'Sandi' Wilcox, Counselor  in Austin
“In times of stress, we tend to forget that healing comes from the inside out! Major changes such as marital conflict, divorce, dementia in a loved one, anxiety, or depression may give more questions than answers. Depth psychology provides deeper understanding of your life. Often solutions are crying out from your own heart if only someone would listen. I will listen and together we will find strategies, resources, and solutions so that you have the life and relationships you want. I offer years of experience working with children and adolescents, families, and crisis intervention. Call for free consultation.
(512) 842-9085
Austin, Texas 78759
Dan Stober, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you struggling to make things better but keep running into barriers? I work with individuals and couples to help identify what is standing in the way of their goals.
(512) 636-4858
Austin, Texas 78704
Kathleen Mary Sheehan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, JD, MSSW, LCSW
“My clients are children and families who are stressed due to multiple changes at home or school. They are usually able to meet most difficulties without too much struggle but now need to get a fresh perspective with some outside help. I offer sandplay therapy, a creative, nonverbal play therapy which facilitates the centering and healing process of persons regardless of age-- but is particularly appealing to children ages 5-13. My clients are changing careers, going back to school, or wanting to try something new. My clients are facing life threatening illness and want to clarify their choices.
(512) 865-6355
Austin, Texas 78747
Claudia Ma, Psychologist  in Austin
“Thank you for visiting my page. I am a Texas and New York licensed psychologist who works with individuals, couples, and families confronted by life's stressors that impact personal and relational wellness. I specialize in healing childhood trauma, resolving marriage/relationship conflicts, positive parenting, addressing family discord, promoting parent-child attachments, and treating individual mental health concerns (e.g., depression, anxiety). I strive to provide a warm, supportive, non-judgmental,and collaborative working relationship with all my clients. I am deeply compassionate in my work and I am committed to bringing about positive changes in your life.
(512) 843-7069
Austin, Texas 78746
Seyma Calihman, LCSW, LMFT, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“I'm committed to helping you understand and resolve painful emotions, relationship problems and sexual concerns in a safe, compassionate environment. I am the only female AASECT Board Certified Sex Therapist in Austin. I have tools to help you heal old emotional wounds of many kinds and create lasting changes for a better future. You will learn how to "rewire" emotional triggers, diminish conflict and feelings of emptiness, and experience more peace than before. I treat stress, depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, feelings of worthlessness, divorce recovery, anger and grief, including pet loss. I work with both straight and GLB clients.
(512) 649-3306 x1
Austin, Texas 78703
Krista Kilbane, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you looking for someone that can offer assistance in managing those times in your life when stress takes over? Reaching out for help takes courage and there are times when all you need is someone to motivate and support you. Other times you might be struggling with anxiety, depression, or relationship issues. No matter what the change is you desire, you have taken the first step, the most important step. Now let's take the next step together.
(512) 593-1445
Austin, Texas 78703
Jan Carlson, Counselor  in Austin
“Our dreams may guide us in ways we often do not honor. In our work we can decipher the language of your unconscious, as well as discover symbolism that may be more general. I provide a safe, confidential environment to assist you in your personal work. If done respectfully you can free yourself from patterns that may keep you from a fulfilled life. Depression and anxiety are major roadblocks to success and intimacy. Through the process of psychotherapy you may resume the natural flow of your existence.
(512) 540-5493
Austin, Texas 78745
Brian Barber, Counselor  in Austin
“I am a person-centered therapist who specializes in life transition issues. My typical client is facing a challenge in their life that is pressing them toward change in a major life area (work, relationships, finances, etc.). I help my clients uncover feelings,hopes, fears and beliefs that are impeding their life without them realizing it. Then, together we explore possible changes and strategies they might employ to move their life in a new, personally compelling direction. If the client likes, I introduce them to various mindfulness techniques that can help set a new way of navigating their day-to-day world more effectively.
(512) 872-3475
Austin, Texas 78731
Shana Parsons, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“What if you woke up and the issues that had been troubling you were gone? My clients come to me and say "I don't know what happened but I am feeling better." I tell them that this came from them challenging their perspectives and giving themselves permission to try something different. Different can be scary but together we can explore how to choose new ways to see the world. So I ask you, if you wake up and these issues are gone, what are you going to do with your time?
(512) 942-0377
Austin, Texas 78705
Billy Lee Myers, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“It is my heartfelt desire to assist you in connecting with your authentic self and rediscovering a deep sense of well being. I am empathic, spiritual, thoughtful, interactive, and dedicated to your deepest healing. I work with individuals and couples, empowering them to create loving, healthy relationships. I practice a blend of techniques, including gestalt, person centered and spiritual psychology. I also provide supervision for LMFT interns and associates.
(512) 523-5850
Austin, Texas 78703
Brett Brightwell, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFTA
“I believe that therapy involves a collaboration between the client/s and the therapist. If a client is not part of the decisions, the ideas, the relationship, and the motivation, achieving the desired change is much more difficult. I understand that being in a long term relationship can be difficult and I believe that everyone needs help navigating the obstacles that we are bound to encounter within partnerships and life. I love being a part of that process. My role as a therapist is to collaborate with, empathize with, support, understand, and encourage my clients.
(512) 843-8718
Austin, Texas 78746
Brianna Wood, Counselor  in Austin
“Making the decision to begin counseling can be difficult and finding a therapist that is a good match can be equally overwhelming. I work to create a comfortable, safe, and supportive environment to make it easier to start the process. Everyone enters therapy at a different place, and I work to meet clients where they are. My approach is primarily relational because the quality of the client-therapist relationship can serve as the catalyst for change.
(512) 649-0244
Austin, Texas 78746
Eric M. Denner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MBA
“As someone who has worked hard over the years on my own issues I have deep compassion and empathy for people suffering from emotional difficulties. Many of us have grown up under less than ideal circumstances, in addicted, abusive, or dysfunctional families. Healing is possible with the help of supportive others such as healthy friends, family members, or professionals. Each of us is a unique individual with different needs, histories, values, and beliefs. When we are listened to, seen, and understood we gain the power to heal and grow.
(512) 262-9242
Austin, Texas 78751
Ben Johnston  in Austin
“There is nothing wrong with getting help when you need it. Our world is often not the kindest place to live and navigating it can sometimes be very painful. As a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern, I may be able to help. I have experience working with issues related to depression, sexual orientation, adolescent troubles, pornography addiction, intimacy, sex addiction, and anxiety. I work with individuals, couples, and families. I also conduct groups, but there are none scheduled at this time. I primarily work with adolescents and adults.
(512) 270-6540
Austin, Texas 78746
Diana Woodard, Counselor  in Austin
“We all have the capacity to manage life, however sometimes we may feel like we're going through the motions or struggling to just get by. We may feel conflicted or overwhelmed with feelings of depression, anger, or anxiety. Or we may be having difficulty coping with relationship pressures, life transitions, or a painful loss. I view these moments of conflict as opportunities for change and growth, and therapy as an avenue to increase insight, resolve painful feelings, and learn to change ineffective patterns.
(512) 213-4845
Austin, Texas 78759
Pam C Greenstone, Counselor  in Austin
“I have over 10 years of experience as a counselor working with individuals, families, couples and groups. My specialities include couples counseling, eating disorders, GLBT, depression, and anxiety. My clients tend to like me because I am warm, non-judgemental, straightforward, challenge them at times, and give them useful information and tools to use in their life.
(512) 540-5440
Austin, Texas 78759
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
Kimberley Mead, Counselor  in Austin
“You might have said "I know, it's not logical, but it's how I feel". You haven't been able to release your pain, thoughts, or patterns. Your soul aches and you feel stuck. Together we work to get you unstuck and give you greater control and insight so that you can feel safer with your emotions, move through your losses, change behavior patterns and internal scripts, and find purpose and meaning.
(512) 605-1626
Austin, Texas 78745
Paula C Buls, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“My practice focuses on gender and sexual minorities. Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Kink, Poly, Queer. Members of sexual and gender minorities often have a difficult time finding a therapist that does not pathologize our identities or that we have to basically "teach" the therapist about working with us.
(512) 213-4380
Austin, Texas 78723
Julie Guirguis, Counselor  in Austin
“I believe that individuals and families have the strength and resilience to work through their problems. I see my role as being a guide to that change process.
(512) 270-6511
Austin, Texas 78741
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