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Existential Therapists in Austin

Lisa K Shenk  in Austin
“Are you considering making a change in your career, relationships, or dealing with loss? Transitions in life can be filled with uncertainty and anxiety. These changes are also opportunities for growth and expansion of our perspectives. I believe our ability to heal and grow through therapy helps address pain, disappointment, trauma, and loss and increases our capacity to experience love, joy, and fun. Working in collaboration with clients from a holistic approach, I provide a safe place to assist you in navigating those times of change and uncertainty.
Existential
(512) 982-0651
Austin, Texas 78704
Shelly Stewart Kronbergs, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MDiv, LMFTA
“Are you feeling lonely or unloved? Would you like to be in a place of love? My specialty is helping people to overcome the fears that keep them from experiencing love: love of self, love of a spouse or partner, love in families, and love of life. I have years of experience counseling individuals, couples and families--including issues related to past traumas, difficult family systems, divorce, remarriage, anxiety, depression, and loneliness. I am a graduate of St. Edward's University with a Master's Degree in Counseling, and a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate.
Existential
(512) 402-6297
Austin, Texas 78746
Michael Beckham, Counselor  in Austin
“I have developed an effective technique that combines Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psycho-dynamic Theory, and Strength Based Brief Therapy that is realized through an Existential lens. This approach allows us to explore the meanings you are giving to your life events, experiences, thoughts, emotions, and relationships. We will challenge irrational thoughts and rules to allow us to create new meanings leading to you having the ability to choose, with intention, your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. You will feel more in control of your world, learn to trust yourself, and actually approve of the person that you are.
Existential
(512) 900-4685
Austin, Texas 78705
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
Daniel Cummings, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Psychotherapy hopes to support our innate tendency to accept the problematic nature of life without being defeated by it or feeling the desire to escape.
Existential
(512) 337-4957
Austin, Texas 78759
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
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
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
SoCo Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“To be fully alive in the 21st century you have to make a conscious choice. Maintaining personal values, staying mentally and emotionally stable, living a life that you choose -- these things take effort. We want to help you realize your version of a rich and balanced life. You don't have to do it alone. SoCo Counselors will provide you with a safe, judgment-free space to bring down the barriers that lie between you and your vision of what life could be. What would you do if you knew you wouldn't fail? Let us help you find out.
Existential
(512) 402-5694
Austin, Texas 78745
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.
Existential
(512) 337-1956
Austin, Texas 78702
Melanie Murray, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you living from an open heart? If all you can feel is the effort it takes to get through each day, you need assistance sorting out what you really want. Life is meant to be enjoyed. If you're hiding in workaholic behaviors, feel you've lost your playfulness, and the passion is missing in your love life, therapy is a process of self revelation that can help get your groove back. If you're experiencing midlife crisis, it is your soul's yearning for expression. I can help you awaken to the new life that is breaking through.
Existential
(512) 843-7014
Austin, Texas 78746
Thad Martin Cox, Counselor  in Austin
“Whether one seeks relief from anxiety, traumatic reexperiencing, relational impasses, or life disillusionment, therapy can help. It is unfortunate that our current model of healthcare and the cookie-cutter model of therapist-education seem to fail so many clients, who in good faith seek to discover a healing of heart and mind. As a dynamic and integral therapist, I view my role as an empathic change agent employed to help bring about a fuller knowledge of self and a more liberated experience of life and relationship. It is my honor to assist clients interested in embarking upon their journey towards healing.
Existential
(512) 686-1699
Austin, Texas 78757
Elizabeth Owen O'Brien, Counselor  in Austin
“I like to work with individuals and couples who are seeking insight into why their lives and relationships aren't working, and who are willing to address the obstacles that are keeping them stuck. I believe that the mind and body are intricately connected and that people become depressed, anxious, and physically ill when they repress their anger, fear, shame and resentment. I see depression and anxiety as "wake-up calls," opportunities to address clients' deeper issues. Understanding the client's contexts, particularly family roles, is crucial in helping him or her gain the self-knowledge necessary to move forward.
Existential
(512) 649-0108
Austin, Texas 78746
Alex Ott, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, LMFT-A
“As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I work collaboratively with my clients to facilitate growth and healing with empathy, trust, and compassion. I take a holistic approach to therapy, blending traditional talk therapy with systemic theories in order to best serve my clients' needs. I hold a Master of Arts in Counseling from St. Edward's University and a Bachelor's degree in Literary Journalism from Hampshire College. As a therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating.
Existential
(512) 861-8487
Austin, Texas 78746
Ayesha E Anthony, Counselor  in Austin
“I provide individual and family therapy services in a supportive, authentic and normalizing environment. I work to help others feel empowered as they work toward their goals and recognize how much they are able to shape their own lives when provided with effective tools and insight. I believe that the appropriate use of humor is extremely helpful and I strongly believe that it is not my place to judge you or to impose my values on you during the therapeutic process. I view counseling as a team effort where the counselor and client work together.
Existential
(512) 942-2634
Austin, Texas 78746
MJ Denis, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, LMFT-A, LPC-I
“MJ's path has led her to specialize in areas involving unhealthy boundaries, domestic violence, sexual abuse, sexual dysfunction, sexual addiction and infidelity. Her experience includes working as a mental health counselor and as an emergency hotline advocate at Hope Alliance, a domestic and sexual violence crisis center; counseling patients experiencing sexual dysfunction at the North Austin Urology Clinic (NAU), and helping individuals and couples work through the pain of betrayal, infidelity, and sex addiction for the Affair Recovery Center.
Existential
(512) 623-7463
Austin, Texas 78759
RJ Garcia & Associates, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Austin
“RJ García is a Central Texan with over twenty years of serving the recovery community. RJ earned a Master of Arts in Addiction Counseling from the world-renowned Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies at the Center City, Minnesota alcohol and drug addiction treatment center. HGSAS offered a unique curriculum that integrates theory, science and clinical practice. RJ is a current member of the American Counseling Association. RJ is bilingual speaks both English and Spanish. RJ has a special blend of experience in addiction services, education and development, business development and public health expertise.
Existential
(512) 540-5033
Austin, Texas 78759
Liz Cohen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, JD, LCSW
“Therapy is collaborative. As a therapist, I am a partner in my clients' self-explorations and a witness to their accomplishments. I provide a serene place where clients can rediscover or develop authentic selves, deepen emotional connections with self and others, recognize how thoughts, beliefs and values affect relationships, consider new ways of being in the world, develop healthier adaptive strategies when facing problems, and work through past and present past trauma, grief, and losses. You have the strengths you need to meet your full potential and achieve a satisfying life. I can help.
Existential
(512) 649-0334
Austin, Texas 78759
Elizabeth Katz, Psychologist  in Austin
“Do you feel that you are struggling to find happiness in your life? Do you find yourself constantly dealing with dilemmas around your physical health, your relationships, loss, or transitions in your life? You are not alone in attempting to deal with these issues. I believe that we all find ourselves struggling with life's dilemmas as we grow and develop as individuals, regardless of age. Many events and situations we experience may result in feelings of sadness, anxiety, distance from others, or a loss of meaning in our lives. I am here to help you find hope and make changes in your life.
Existential
(512) 872-2534
Austin, Texas 78746
Ashley Bolton Fedrick, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you feeling overwhelmed with work, school, your relationship, or feeling depressed or anxious in general? I'd like to help you work through that. I offer a warm, safe environment to all my clients through my ability to be approachable, kind and authentic throughout the entire therapy process. I am here to listen and work together with you to figure out how you can make your life more fulfilling, joyful and allow you to be more comfortable in your own skin. I'm also trained in EMDR. Please email me at therapist@ashleyfedrick.com with any questions you may have.
Existential
(512) 402-6447
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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