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Existential Therapists in Austin

Amber Baldwin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a psychotherapist, my role is to help facilitate and support you, the client, in discovering, processing, and most importantly, deciding if changing some strategies you may have needed to implement in negotiating your life is a next step in your treatment. It can take time to identify influencing factors at play in the problems experienced in life. Through the development of a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship, we will identify issues, if not already clear to you, and take action in the therapeutic relationship itself to develop the relational, emotional, and or behavioral skills you determine need to be the focus of your treatment.
Existential
(512) 872-2446
Austin, Texas 78751
Alive Austin, Counselor  in Austin
“Why Us? Alive Austin is creating a new paradigm for what's possible with regard to your healing... With 15+ therapists, we will have a match for you. On our website, you can virtually meet all of our therapists. Set up an initial consult(s) at no charge. Switch therapists for any reason. It's your healing...it should be your choice. With our diversity and depth of expertise, you will receive informed, current, comprehensive services. Our goal is for you to achieve the maximum benefits possible, in the shortest amount of time, and at the lowest cost.
Existential
(512) 686-4831
Austin, Texas 78723
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
Stan Stanley, Counselor  in Austin
“Psychotherapy is an inherently creative process, dynamic and deeply personal. I feel honored to be able to assist my clients in this healing process. Although I enjoy working with a variety of issues, I'm particularly effective in helping clients challenged by relationships, struggling with anxiety and depression, experiencing loss and grief, or dealing with trauma. I'm committed to providing a safe, warm, and accepting space for my clients to explore their challenges openly. I collaborate creatively with my clients to set goals, explore their experience, and work toward solutions for a better life.
Existential
(512) 964-7301
Austin, Texas 78746
Qazi U Javed, Psychiatrist  in Austin
“Everyday is a challenge when one is struggling. Therefore, I tend to meet with most people in as little as one to two weeks. I am an Adult, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist in the Austin area. I aim to blend conventional Psychiatric interventions with Holistic modalities. I integrate Biological treatments with Psychotherapy. I believe in the value of connections and well-being. As human beings, we have connections with ourselves and with the world outside of us. Disharmony in any of these connections causes suffering, whereas harmony results in joy. Attempting to understand this can lead us towards healing.
Existential
(512) 265-2543
Austin, Texas 78746
Shannon Sprung, MA,   in Austin
“I believe therapy is a joint effort between the therapist and client and relies strongly on the relationship that is formed in the therapy room. My goal as a therapist is to help my clients through their current life struggles in an accepting and nonjudgmental environment.
Existential
(512) 522-3849
Austin, Texas 78751
Andrea M. Chartier, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFT-A
“Would you like a sensible way to strengthen your mental and physical health? With me, explore and learn how your thoughts and feelings are directly connected to your health and how you handle stress. Individuals, couples, and families can learn to reduce anxious feelings, experience closer, more connected relationships and create healthier attitudes that will repair health and increase wellness. Empower yourself with this knowledge so that you can handle life's stressors more effectively, make better choices, boost your immunity and get that connection you want in all your relationships.
Existential
(512) 865-5284
Austin, Texas 78746
Melissa Haney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SEP, CDWF
“I offer individual and couples therapy with an expertise in trauma recovery. I also facilitate groups, workshops, and intensive weekend retreats based on the research of Dr. Brene' Brown. I use a variety of theories including Somatic Experiencing, AEDP, EMDR, and Interpersonal Neurobiology, Attachment Theory, and Shame Resilience Theory. My therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges.
Existential
(512) 746-1068
Austin, Texas 78731
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.
Existential
(512) 843-8251
Austin, Texas 78759
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
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.
Existential
(512) 842-9085
Austin, Texas 78759
Matthew Y. Wong, Psychologist  in Austin
“Every crisis is an opportunity for growth and development. It is by taking risks and surmounting challenges through which real and lasting transformation can occur. Although one of my therapist roles is to provide support, I also challenge my clients to think, feel, and behave differently. As a therapist, I prioritize developing and maintaining an open, nonjudgmental, and trusting relationship with my clients. I strive to be authentic and encourage the same of my clients. I help clients identify and meet their therapeutic goals through the development of insight and/or new skills. I also emphasize process, rather than outcome.
Existential
(512) 540-5936
Austin, Texas 78731
Callye Lawrence  in Austin
“Feeling stuck and like you want more out of life? Are you dealing with anxiety, or finding yourself going around in circles repeating the same unhealthy patterns? Join the club. I work with teens and adults to help them cultivate a more meaningful and purposeful life. My clients find that, after our work together, they have reduced anxiety, feel more in control of their life, and are better able to deal with the things outside of their control.
Existential
(512) 982-9818
Austin, Texas 78731
Mike Ross, Psychologist  in Austin
“Do you have relationship concerns or need help with depression, anxiety, life changes, employment, life or anger management? I use scientifically validated strategies that have been shown effective in addressing these and other issues. My clients describe me as knowledgeable, supportive, encouraging, non-judgmental, easy to talk with, and with a good sense of humor (see client reviews on my website). I provide a safe, confidential setting where we can work collaboratively to make improvements in your life. My approach is balanced between gaining insight where helpful and learning how to apply practical strategies to make the improvements you desire.
Existential
(512) 605-1629
Austin, Texas 78759
“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.
Existential
(512) 270-7065
Austin, Texas 78746
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 clients uncover feelings,hopes, fears and beliefs that are impeding their life without them realizing it. Then, together we explore change strategies to move their life in a new, personally compelling direction. We also look at 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
W. Trent Schmiedehaus, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-S
“I see therapy as a sustained inquiry into the nature of life. Our work together is based first and foremost on creating a safe, caring, and non-judgmental relationship in which you are free to be yourself. By examining your direct experience, we can observe the habitual reactions, limitations, and outdated stories that create barriers between you and your world. Learning to cultivate your inherent wisdom and understanding by engaging your moment to moment experience will allow you to develop a full appreciation of who you are, and move you toward the life you want to live.
Existential
(512) 271-4876
Austin, Texas 78746
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, BiPolar Disorder, as well as with people who have characterological problems in living.
Existential
(512) 657-1018
Austin, Texas 78701
Carol Lennox, Counselor  in Austin
“Do you want to grow and self-actualize? My treatment modalities are experiential/insight oriented, so I like to work with people who will look into themselves to make changes for healthier, more fulfilled lives. Call me if you have depression/anxiety, want a career change, are in difficult relationships, or want to maximize your potential. We bring our past and decisions into every situation. Knowing what those decisions are, and that the past does not define us, is the first step in successful therapy. I use re-decision, Gestalt, NLP, regression, and meditation to find answers within yourself.
Existential
(512) 900-6842
Austin, Texas 78745
Tiffany Garrett, Counselor  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, NCC, LPC-S, MBACP, UKCP
“I am a member of several American and United Kingdom Accrediting Associations and an internationally recognized, licensed and certified Counselor and Psychotherapist, in both private practice in Central Austin, Texas and as a consultant in the United Kingdom (London, England). I utilizes a variety of therapeutic techniques, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness, and Solution Focused Therapy.
Existential
(512) 270-6167
Austin, Texas 78746
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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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Therapists in Austin have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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