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Therapists in Austin

Anne Crowley, Psychologist  in Austin
“Have you ever asked, "Why does this always happen to me?" Do you want more from life and relationships? Do you have difficulty establishing boundaries with others (saying "no")? Do you feel depressed, insecure, anxious or "stuck"? Are you alone in your marriage? Together we will identify the thoughts and behaviors that contribute to feelings of insecurity, anger, sadness, anxiety, shame, or disconnect. You will experience an increase in self awareness, learn to identify and establish healthy boundaries and how to interrupt destructive thoughts and behaviors. My goal is to empower you and help you live the life you want.
(512) 523-5539
Austin, Texas 78746
Kristin Vaughn, Psychologist  in Austin
“I truly enjoy my work as a therapist, and believe that therapy is a collaborative process between two people. I see myself as a partner in my clients' journey toward a particular goal. There is nothing more rewarding than to be with a client when he/she makes a major discovery or changes that significantly benefit his or her life. I believe in the human ability for change, and I try to avoid labeling or "pathologizing" my clients.
(512) 640-2330
Austin, Texas 78746
Greer Swiatek, Counselor  in Austin
“"I believe adults and children have the power to heal themselves and I provide a safe and supportive environment for that healing to take place." Greer Swiatek specializes in attention and impulsivity issues, emotional adjustment problems, and behavioral concerns. Greer has extensive experience with neurological disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, Sensory Processing Disorder, and Developmental Delays. In addition to individual and family counseling sessions, Greer provides therapeutic supervision services for families who are transitioning to joint custody arrangements.
(615) 266-0811
Austin, Texas 78751
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.
(512) 402-5694
Austin, Texas 78745
Gianna Viola, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“So you are considering the courageous step of starting therapy? Stick with that plan -- there's a good chance it will be healing and incredibly rewarding! Find a therapist you click with (don't agonize over it, just get some suggestions from trusted sources, talk with a few candidates, then go with your gut), and invest yourself in the process. If you and I end up working together, I will approach our relationship with curiosity and warmth, seeking to create an atmosphere of safety and acceptance in which you can better know yourself and pursue your goals.
(512) 942-7798
Austin, Texas 78756
Natalie Jane Love  in Austin
“Are you are struggling to communicate effectively in your relationship, are hoping to build trust, strengthen intimacy, & improve how you interact with your partner? I love helping couples work on their communication style in order to strengthen their connection. I also work with people in their 20's & 30's who may be grieving a break-up, seeking support around boundaries, or may need help navigating a time of transition. Having worked in the service industry for many years I also have a first hand perspective on the challenges that come with balancing work, relationships, social life, & "non-traditional" schedules.
(512) 865-5278
Austin, Texas 78746
Carolyn Poole, Counselor  in Austin
“You're searching for a therapist because you or someone you care about is suffering. The purpose of my work is to provide you with the skills and healing necessary to allow you to live in freedom. Freedom from the pain of trauma and abuse; freedom from the weight of addiction, depression, or anxiety; freedom to see your relationships grow. I work actively and compassionately to provide a warm, supportive, safe atmosphere that facilitates your emotional health and well-being. Together we discover how you may become free of the feelings that prevent us from living our lives fully.
(361) 255-4955
Austin, Texas 78746
Sarah Walker, Psychologist  in Austin
“Are you at a crossroads in life? Maybe your job or relationship is not where it should be. Or are you new to the area or back on the dating market? I can help you navigate change to discover meaning and happiness in work and relationships. I start by honoring the strengths you already have, while you develop lost or hidden aspects of your self. My approach emphasizes the connections between your physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being including the value of a good sense of humor. I will collaborate with you to develop an individualized treatment plan.
(512) 337-3309
Austin, Texas 78701
Lindsay G Camp, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFT-A
“Parents- I invite you to call your teens into the room and check out my website together!
(830) 254-5138
Austin, Texas 78746
Ina Huber, Counselor  in Austin
“The possibilities for change, healing, and well-being often aren't trusted if you are dealing with depression, anxiety, or difficult circumstances. My goal is to provide support and safety for you to explore and understand problems with emotions, relationships, and painful experiences. It is possible to come to terms with disappointments and pain; grieve and accept (not like) these human experiences, and move through them to change. Tapping into your own innate healing power allows for caring connections, emotional safety, and growth .
(512) 686-5177
Austin, Texas 78704
Elizabeth A Puglise, Counselor  in Austin
“I specialize in helping those who are looking for a better quality of life. Why work with me? I'm an experienced therapist who has helped many individuals discover what has been missing from their lives by tackling fears and worry thoughts that have created stagnancy and the feeling of "being stuck." My passion comes from guiding my clients in their search for change and growth. I've worked in the mental health field for the past 4.5 years and have experience working with multiple issues, specifically with adults and couples.
(512) 270-2147
Austin, Texas 78759
August Dolan-Henderson, Psychologist  in Austin
“Have you heard the old joke "How many psychologists does it take to change a light bulb? Just one, but the light bulb has to want to change!" You want to change and grow despite, or because of what the world has thrown at you.Working together, we can transform pain into hope, illusion into clarity and create a satisfying, meaningful life. I believe that human "problems in living," including compulsions, addiction/substance abuse arise from distortions of our basic instincts for emotional and physical security, belonging and recognition, and for intimacy. Clarity of thought, belief and action are possible!
(512) 861-6483
Austin, Texas 78759
Stephanie Trueblood  in Austin
“Do you find yourself feeling stuck or immobilized by indecision in relationships, career choices, etc? Do peace and happiness feel just beyond your grasp? Does it feel like you keep reliving the same patterns in relationships and arguments, that just aren't working for you or your partner anymore? I am passionate about empowering women, men, and teens as they navigate tough issues such as perfectionism, indecision, and relationship difficulties. I also enjoy assisting couples as we explore the complexities of communication, intimacy, connection, and what it means to foster a satisfying relationship.
(512) 578-8070 x115
Austin, Texas 78759
Blake Davis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Most people and families I meet find themselves in painful, disappointing places in life, disrupted by chaotic or lonesome relationships and families. I tend to work well with people who feel trapped or stuck, that something they can't name is "missing" in their lives. Many of my clients have relied on alcohol or marijuana, shopping, sex, food or social isolation, simply to get by. I work with clients to help them identify problematic ways of living and relating, intent on deepening their life satisfaction and their relationships.
(512) 861-8983
Austin, Texas 78701
Monrovia C Van Hoose, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that people come into counseling with their own solutions. My job is to create a unique therapy for each individual to help them uncover and build upon strengths they already possess. I seek to make the therapy room a safe & non-judgmental place for all emotional experiences, and a place to make peace with parts of ourselves that we fear & dislike. As clients build compassion for themselves, they find their compassion for others growing, and the strength to examine & change their lives for greater happiness & fulfillment.
(512) 623-7395
Austin, Texas 78751
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.
(512) 900-6842
Austin, Texas 78745
Jan Marquart LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“I began a full time private practice in 1989. If you are going through a difficult time, feel overwhelmed, or just need help getting back on track please call me. I can help you assess where the problem is and what options you have for getting control back in your life. I have counseled struggling college students, couples in conflict, families in disarray, substance abusers who are sick and tired of feeling out of control, employers worried about an employee, seniors who lost a spouse, daughters with their mothers, women in violent relationships.
(512) 942-2390
Austin, Texas 78759
Tonya Hiland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Tonya Hiland, LCSW offers individual and group mental health counseling to children, adolescents and families. My primary goal is to assist the client in identifying strengths to improve personal growth and success. My therapeutic focus is strength-based integrated with various other therapeutic approaches (i.e. solution-focused, cognitive behavioral, etc.) depending on client need. The initial problem may present with the individual, however, often the issue actually lies within key relationships of client. It may be necessary to schedule time with both the client and member(s) of the client's family system. This will only occur with client permission.
(512) 337-4952
Austin, Texas 78750
Sara Buckley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-S, LSOTP, EMDR
“I believe that we can make many changes in our lives in a myriad of ways. We can make changes within ourselves by breaking negative thinking patterns, learning new ways to manage and react to feelings, or by changing behavioral habits. We can also makes changes in our physical and social world, and I seek to help you make decisions and find solutions by identifying realistic, practical, acheivable goals. Core to my practice is a belief that therapy does not need to be painful to be effective, and that smaller changes lead to more and bigger changes.
(512) 843-8694
Austin, Texas 78745
Pauravi J. Rana, Psychiatrist  in Austin
“I am most experienced with treating psychiatric concerns of a young adult population but I consult with and treat adults of all ages. I have broad experience treating depression, anxiety, OCD, ADHD, bipolar disorder, PTSD, and eating disorder. I enjoy educating clients who may be new to medication treatment and have reservations about it. I work best with clients who are looking to incorporate medication treatment with other therapeutic options such as psychotherapy, lifestyle change, exercise, and mindfulness-based approaches. Though I do not offer specific treatment for addictions, I address self-medication issues and substance abuse issues with all clients.
(512) 270-6443
Austin, Texas 78731

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