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Existential Therapists in Austin

Adam Maurer, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, LMFT-A
“Life can be challenging, especially when you are different. The world can be cruel to people who are unique and it can lead to feelings of: shame, loneliness, anxiety, fear, sadness and guilt. Please know that you are not alone in this. I offer a safe place where you can allow your authentic self to emerge. Though our connection in therapy, we can explore your challenges and strengths. Using our relationship in session as a guide, you will have the opportunity to discover new insights and move towards your goals. My work centers on helping teens, couples and adults.
Existential
(512) 271-4353
Austin, Texas 78746
James Teems, Counselor  in Austin
“I am a person-centered, existentially based therapist who can offer honest and open communication. I work from the perspective that change happens in the moment, and I use active listening, honest feedback, and intuitive guidance to move towards transformation. As a therapy client I look for someone who provides a supportive environment while pushing me towards a more authentic self, and I work to create that experience in my own practice.
Existential
(512) 746-1535
Austin, Texas 78723
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
Marsha LeGrand, Counselor  in Austin
“Most of us struggle sometimes. If you are feeling stuck or overwhelmed, I'd be honored to work with you on what you might want to change or accomplish.. It is essential to me to meet clients wherever they are with compassion for their challenges. Often anxiety and depression interfere with how we view ourselves and relate to others. If your moods are influencing your self esteem and relationships, together we can explore options, in line with your personal values, to change what is possible and cope with what isn't....resulting in greater peace, better relationships and more effective function.
Existential
(512) 942-2632
Austin, Texas 78759
David W Sorrells, Counselor  in Austin
“"David Sorrells is a psychotherapist in Austin, Texas who is experienced in helping others transform their lives. David's professional background has focused on issues that impact the LGBT community, and he serves individuals in healing from the inside out that are from a variety of cultural, racial, and sexual orientation backgrounds. David's kind presence and sense of compassion has been wholeheartedly devoted to helping others understand the variety of parts that make up their personality in service to connecting to the truth in their heart." - M.O., Austin TX
Existential
(512) 962-7867
Austin, Texas 78746
Natasha Harris, Counselor  in Austin
“I enjoy helping people achieve happy, fulfilled lives. Life is often hard on us and brings us many challenges. I work collaboratively with people to navigate through these challenges, paying attention to all parts of one's life in hope to make it whole. I very much believe in the counseling process and am privileged to have seen many people improve their quality of life through it. I am excited to work with new clients and hope to assist them in achieving their goals.
Existential
(512) 270-2220
Austin, Texas 78759
Ashley Blu Lavalle, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I specialize in working with men and women who are concerned about their sex life and/or relationships. I've helped many clients dealing with a difficult breakup or struggling to stay together find hope and strength in a time of pain. If you feel your relationship is stuck in a rut or perhaps you'd like to find and keep a great partner, I can help. A reluctant partner doesn't have to be a barrier to change. I am happy to work with all who want to improve their quality of life and foster fulfilling relationships.
Existential
(512) 402-6828
Austin, Texas 78751
John V Jones, Counselor  in Austin
“I have been working with clients for some 20 years. I am particularly interested in working with young & older adults who are going through major transitions in their lives, e.g. graduation into the job market, career transitions, relationship transitions, retirement, etc. I view counseling as an interpersonal process that involves respect and trust between counselor and client. Likewise, counseling provides people with a safe space where they can openly explore what is important to them without fear of judgment. I believe the work involved in counseling is exploratory, challenging, and growth-oriented.
Existential
(707) 376-9442
Austin, Texas 78759
Kat Elrod, MS LPC-S, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you feeling overwhelmed with the juggling act of life? Is the pain of the past seeping into your everyday? Feeling lost and disconnected? I understand you're here because you're hurting and tired of the struggle. Your relationships with friends and loved ones are probably hurting too. I want to help you believe in yourself again and learn to cope with this outrageous world in more healthy ways. Your process has already begun by reaching out through this site - I hope you take the next step to connect.
Existential
(512) 779-7101
Austin, Texas 78746
Alexxe DeMarco, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LPC-I, LMFT-A
“My philosophy on mental health is that we are all capable of being well and feeling whole, regardless of history, situation, or circumstances. I work with individuals, couples and families My practice includes : Premarital counseling Conflict resolution Anxiety, Bi-Polar, Depression, Domestic Violence, ADD/ADHD Addressing daily difficulties by working through decisions*Improving relationships by improving communications *Maintaining emotional balance by doing regular mental health exercises Increasing your life satisfaction with spiritual tuneups/defining purpose Take the first step and get on the path to being well and feeling whole
Existential
(512) 271-3608
Austin, Texas 78756
“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
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
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.
Existential
(512) 649-0244
Austin, Texas 78746
John A Cooper  in Austin
“In my many years of experience in the helping professions, I have noticed that people generally seek therapy as a way of improving their relationships with themselves and with others. I am a firm believer in the power of the therapeutic relationship to help people maximize their spiritual, physical, and emotional potential. Operating from an orientation which draws primarily on a combination of contemporary psychoanalytic, attachment, and neurobiological perspectives, I am fully committed to working in partnership with my clients so that they can better understand how to get what they need and desire from their relationships.
Existential
(512) 843-8658
Austin, Texas 78745
Danie Martinez White, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFT-A
“Seeking support can be a challenging first step. My goal is to help ease you into experiencing the benefits of counseling; whether this is your first time ever attempting counseling or you find yourself in a time where a little helpful support could be just what you need. I believe I provide a welcoming, nonjudgmental space where anyone can come and discover that relief is not far away. Counseling is instrumental in helping someone realize that they are not alone in their challenges. Together, I hope you will find that you do not have to carry your burdens alone.
Existential
(512) 772-5890
Austin, Texas 78746
Ashley Ward, Counselor  in Austin
“I have experience working with adults and couples, most of whom have been diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness. I have studied how these diagnoses not only affect the individual, but also the family, and that many times we feel guilt or shame because situations in which we find ourselves may not always be under our complete control. I want to be able to help you discover if this is something that is keeping you from accomplishing your goals or keeping you from being the person you want to be.
Existential
(512) 337-4926
Austin, Texas 78759
Saro Helpinstill, Counselor  in Austin
“I enjoy working with people from all walks of life and backgrounds. In addition to traditional talk therapy, I offer EMDR which can help treat trauma - from accidents and violence to familial or religious rejection and grief. This model can also be used for relief of anxiety, elimination of phobias, enhancement of performance, and more. We can discuss if EMDR might be a good option for you. I work with individuals on goals ranging from self-esteem to anxiety. I treat couples and families who wish to overcome old patterns of interacting and make the most of their relationships.
Existential
(512) 271-4904
Austin, Texas 78705
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
Kristen Miciotto (Supvd 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 children, adolescence and adults 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
Julia M Hoffman  in Austin
“Are you making your decisions based on fear or based on love? Finding comfort, safety, and trust in a relationship can be tough at times. When inner dissonance becomes unmanageable it typically translates to feeling "off" within yourself and within your relationships. You are on a unique path that no other has ever traveled. The co-creative space between us is sacred and navigating it with you would be an honor and privilege.
Existential
(512) 575-2053
Austin, Texas 78735
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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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