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Existential Therapists in Austin

Janey Marks, Counselor  in Austin
“Life presents us with many challenges and when we feel we can no longer turn to friends or family , we need the help of a trained professional. I can help you find meaning in your situation so you can discover your strengths , move forward, and more effectively deal with what comes next on your path. I use a variety of techniques to address each individual's needs in a very safe, relaxed and supportive environment where you can see positive changes occur, both emotionally and spiritually.
Existential
(512) 851-0490
Austin, Texas 78701
Brandie Conrad  in Austin
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, unfulfilled, or kind of lost? You don't have to deal with your struggles alone. I would be honored to walk beside you on your journey to change and personal growth. I would love to hear your story and have an opportunity to talk with you. I believe you are the expert in your own life and are already equipped with the capacity to heal. My goal is to provide you with a safe, compassionate, and accepting environment for you to comfortably share your thoughts and feelings.
Existential
(512) 960-1485
Austin, Texas 78748
Kathleen Carmody-Gorman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“I believe it's never too late to change your life, resolve your issues, and heal your woundedness. You have actually started the process by seeking assistance. If obstacles to your peace seem insurmountable, I will help you explore them. I would be privileged to hear your unique story. This is where we will begin.
Existential
(512) 961-1263
Austin, Texas 78746
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.
Existential
(512) 337-4798
Austin, Texas 78731
Amy C Person, Counselor  in Austin
“I specialize in empowering individual people to take charge of their lives and create the life they want to have both internally and in their relationships with significant people.
Existential
(361) 444-0344
Austin, Texas 78703
Lindsay Lege, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“I believe that each person brings a unique narrative and set of concerns to therapy. Whatever brings you here, we will work together to creatively solve problems and enhance well-being through an empowering therapeutic relationship. My aim is to provide a calm and non-judgmental space where change is possible. You are the expert of your experience, and I give unbiased feedback in a way that encourages you to see things in a new light. If you are open to it, we can explore the mind-body connection and include yoga postures and breathing exercises to increase your capacity for self-care.
Existential
(850) 999-0090
Austin, Texas 78701
Kristen Miciotto (Supervised 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 clients 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.
Existential
(512) 271-4743
Austin, Texas 78745
Lee Andrew Edwards, Psychologist  in Austin
“I think therapy is about change. Sometimes the change is simply accepting yourself more. Sometimes it's changing your situation. A lot of times it's changing how you work with your situation, such as relationships, finances or your own emotions. I love to work with clients who are hungry for change. Together we can figure out HOW to get you that change. Like most therapists, I enjoy working on relationship issues. I probably enjoy more than most working on how to deal with your emotions (how can I best handle my anger? vulnerability?) and on self-acceptance.
Existential
(512) 337-4651
Austin, Texas 78745
Margery Segal, Counselor  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, RSMT, IDME, PPNT
“I am passionate about the intimate connection between our bodies and psychological well-being. My clients want assistance in recognizing their inner resources and strengths. They are disassociated from self and their body and come seeking an authentic relationship with their body-mind. This often leads to working on recovery from early traumas, because the central trauma is the disconnection to self. This shows up in adults as pain, addictions, depression, autoimmune diseases, staying in an abusive relationship, emptiness and loneliness, and inattention to goals and life dreams. Its time to connect with your wholeness, every life matters!
Existential
(802) 529-4732
Austin, Texas 78701
Amanda McPherson,LPC Intern; Supvr Kat Elrod LPC-S  in Austin
“Are you having a 30-ish life crisis? Worried that your life isn't where it "should be" right now? Your late 20's to early 40's can be a really stressful time as you navigate career choices, marriage, singleness, having or not having children...the list goes on. Talking to a therapist can help you sort through the emotions and questions that come up during this overwhelming time in your life. My goal is to help you feel more confident and empowered about moving forward with creating the life you want.
Existential
(512) 865-6452
Austin, Texas 78746
Matthew Turner, Psychologist  in Austin
“Greetings! I hold a doctorate in clinical psychology and have extensive training in the science and art of psychotherapy. I am one of 62 clinical psychologists Board Certified in clinical psychology (American Board of Professional Psychology) in the state of Texas. My approach to psychotherapy is grounded in empirical methods, that is, methods proven by scientific research to address mental illness and relationship issues people often bring to a psychotherapist for help managing and ultimately overcome. I offer individual, group, and couples psychotherapy as well as psychological testing.
Existential
(361) 444-2344
Austin, Texas 78759
Jean Ann Cordes, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFT-A
“I believe that all individuals, couples and families are capable of working towards positive change. I respect and appreciate the unique nature of all my client's circumstances in life. As a therapist, I bring a very creative approach into the sessions. In the first session with clients, a unique plan of development begins to emerge.
Existential
(512) 607-7460
Austin, Texas 78746
Jason York (Supervised By Ann Stonebraker Lpc-S)  in Austin
“Are you dealing with anxiety, procrastination, feeling overwhelmed and emotional, are you unsure of what to do next? Believe me, you are not alone. Many people can get bogged down in negative self-talk or rationalizations that can make you feel stuck for months, even years at a time. I specialize in getting you UNSTUCK. My goal is to help you break free from these obstacles and start moving toward what you need to find your happiness.
Existential
(512) 402-6330
Austin, Texas 78748
Caroline Clyborne Ramirez  in Austin
“Whether you want to change your current circumstances or simply react differently to “the way things are,” I would enjoy helping you find and create your opportunity to grow. I believe everybody’s story makes sense. People do the best they can with the choices they see available to them. Counseling can help individuals become aware of choices that didn’t feel possible and can help them shift their relationship and perspective with the challenges that are part of their lives. Allow me to support you as you work toward a way of living that feels better to you.
Existential
(512) 686-5379
Austin, Texas 78746
Lavanya Balasingham, Psychologist  in Austin
“Regardless of the variety of reasons people seek therapy, the essential goal is usually growth. Growth and expansion occur when we come to the edge of ourselves, which is usually a time of darkness and pain. This experience of coming to the edge of ourselves, although painful and unwanted, is actually a unique opportunity for change and can lead to the expansion of ourselves and our capacity for love. The result can be not only a reduction in painful symptoms, but also an emergence of greater authenticity, a lightness of being, a greater spontaneity and fluidity in relationships.
Existential
(512) 782-0084
Austin, Texas 78759
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.
Existential
(512) 879-1173
Austin, Texas 78745
Carolyn C Martin, Counselor  in Austin
“Austin Counselor, Austin Therapist, Austin Psychotherapist, Austin Marriage & Couples Counselor, Austin Premarital Counselor, Austin Depression & Anxiety Therapist--All descriptions of what I do as a Licenced Professional Counselor and Marriage and Family Therapist. I provide counseling & therapy to individuals, couples, and families. Within the area counseling & therapy, I specialize in issues of rape & sexual abuse, infidelity/affairs/cheating, & marriage counseling for new parents. I feel that my first task as a therapist is to establish trust with my clients. Then I help them discover better ways of dealing with their world. My approach to therapy is compassionate, reassuring and solution oriented.
Existential
(512) 337-3144
Austin, Texas 78731
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.
Existential
(512) 872-3475
Austin, Texas 78731
Marianne Sophia Metzner, Counselor  in Austin
“Your decision to seek help through therapy is an important step toward a more integrated, harmonious and meaningful life. Based on my education and experience in science and psychology I take a wide angle approach on the human experience to accomplish positive and lasting change. In this process I will invite you to identify and express emotions, explore beliefs, clarify values and reflect on emerging patterns of thinking and behavior, and discover your strengths and vulnerabilities. I will encourage and support you to expand your perception, enable and empower you to make healthy changes on your path to a fulfilled and meaningful life.
Existential
(512) 379-5492
Austin, Texas 78748
“I often describe my approach to psychotherapy as experiential, emotion-focused, body-centered, and collaborative. During sessions together, I continually bring our awareness the present moment-- to whatever feelings, thoughts, memories, or sensations arise. Following these bits of vital information, we can start to help you heal past hurts and, at the same time, uncover the path to a more authentic and satisfying present and future. I offer all my services through the DEEP Center for Counseling, a learning community of therapists focused on attachment-based psychotherapy.
Existential
(512) 872-3323
Austin, Texas 78764
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Existential Therapists
Existential psychotherapy is based on the philosophical belief that human beings are alone in the world, and that this aloneness can only be overcome by creating one's own meaning, and exercising one's freedom to choose. The existential therapist encourages clients to face life's anxieties head on and to start making their own decisions.

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