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Therapists in Austin

Austin Counseling Connection, PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“The ideal client is a client who comes to therapy with a strong desire to create growth. This client can be struggling with anxiety, depression, relational challenges, stress of various types, grief and loss, or simply wishing to understand their own process better. Therapy is a process that enlists the mutual trust and respect of the client and the therapist to create new perspective and new experiences to heal old wounds and patterns.
(512) 861-2868
Austin, Texas 78746
Sara Iannaco, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Sara Iannaco is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with extensive experience in the field of addiction. Sara is a former program therapist and Director of Intake for Clearview Treatment Programs. She also facilitated the Outpatient Substance Abuse program for Cedars Sinai Hospital and co-founded One to One Treatment Program in Los Angeles. She is trained in EMDR and Biofeedback, and has specializations in Addiction, Trauma and Family Therapy. Sara is currently in private practice in central Austin.
(323) 446-2915
Austin, Texas 78703
January Martin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCDC
“I believe therapy should not be a mysterious process; it is about establishing a safe connection, increasing self-awareness, and taking risks. I am direct, interactive, and strongly believe that people change through healing relationships. In sessions we will work together at a pace that feels right for you. We will identify and prioritize your goals, address problems that get in the way of your success, and collaboratively build lasting solutions. I will listen to and accept your feedback about how we are working together.
(512) 948-3370
Austin, Texas 78746
Roberta Cohen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Complicated grief reactions, marital and family conflict, and managing major life challenges and change are the main issues I address in psychotherapy. Besides providing traditional office-based therapy, a special program combining office and remote sessions is available, to fit the schedules of Austin's frequent business travelers. An assessment is required before combination office/remote services can be offered, to insure the appropriateness of this offering for you.
(512) 551-0334
Austin, Texas 78759
Samar Poorlakani  in Austin
“My focus is working with clients seeking help with sexual health issues and relationship conflict. Counseling is a way to uncover new information about yourself, your relationships, and deepen your emotional and cognitive awareness. Many times you might find yourself needing assistance enhancing intimacy in your relationship or working on better communication skills between you and your partner due to sexual anxiety, sexual abuse or other trauma, fertility issues, infidelity, emotional affairs, or a variety of other reasons. I have seen individuals and couples for erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, low testosterone, vaginismus, decreased sexual desire, orgasmic difficulties, genital and sexual pain, and sexual arousal difficulties.
(512) 309-7602
Austin, Texas 78746
Sangye Teresa O'Mara, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In my practice, I combine compassion, directness and humor in addressing clients' challenges. Safety and respect are key elements in the therapeutic relationship, and we cultivate these together. Areas of expertise include trauma and PTSD, depression, anxiety, grief and loss and relationship issues. I have trained in Hakomi Therapy and am certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. I work with individuals and couples. Providing services to military personnel is of special interest to me.
(512) 649-3273
Austin, Texas 78704
Mandy Menzer, Psychologist  in Austin
“I am a private practitioner in the Austin area who provides individual counseling and couples counseling. In my work with individuals, anxiety, depression and relationship issues are frequent concerns. In my practice, I strive to provide an atmosphere that is caring and supportive but that also challenges you to your full growth and potential. I believe that change takes place in the context of an honest, trusting relationship in which clients feel both accepted and empowered.
(512) 994-2465
Austin, Texas 78748
Kasey Butler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that parents are experts on their children. I am passionate about working with children, adolescents, and families to build on what they are already doing well. You'll find my therapy style to be warm and accepting; also fun and playful. I enjoy being interactive with my clients and have a relational focus. My therapeutic approach is to provide support and guidance so that kids and families can better manage life's challenges.
(512) 900-3781
Austin, Texas 78759
Shannon M Mekuly, Counselor  in Austin
“Self-expression is the part of the therapeutic process that allows you to heal, grow and discover new aspects of yourself. The ability to express oneself is a powerful and life changing tool that all of us possess. As a Licensed Professional Counselor and Registered Art Therapist, I will work with you to discover your creative inspiration and develop that insight you need to change old patterns. Working with adolescents and adults struggling to express their emotions, communicate their needs and identify their dreams is a passion of mine. I am also experienced in working with depression, anxiety and self-esteem issues.
(512) 428-8426
Austin, Texas 78702
Monica Wolfe Stewart, Psychologist  in Austin
“I use client-directed therapy which means you determine what your goals are and together we figure out how to achieve them. I have been working families, adults, and children on a variety of goals to improve their quality of daily life. I use techniques and theories, like mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, interpersonal, and choice theory, fitting your goals and personal philosophy toward change.
(512) 969-2011
Austin, Texas 78746
Doran Oatman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Loss is everywhere and sometimes we need to tell our loss story over and over again. I offer a safe place to discuss loss and transition as well trauma whether past or current. My practice is client-centered and we begin our work where you are presently.
(512) 843-0436
Austin, Texas 78759
Maryrose Galluzzo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“People begin therapy for many reasons. Some need to respond to unexpected changes in their lives, relationship problems, depression or anxiety, while others seek self exploration and personal growth. I view psychotherapy as a collaborative process in which we work together to make sense of the concerns that have brought you in, and work towards mutually established goals. Those goals could include reducing anxiety or depression, finding clarity around a difficult situation or relationship, or gaining confidence and self esteem.
(512) 861-6475
Austin, Texas 78705
L Carol Butler, Psychologist  in Austin
“I provide adult, adolescent, and child counseling services. I am not currently seeing couples or children who are involved in ongoing court cases, due to my somewhat limited hours of availability.
(512) 842-9201
Austin, Texas 78705
“I am an integrative counselor able to help couples overcome conflict and move forward in their relationships and in their lives. When a couple is in conflict, negative interactions can become the norm creating vicious and repetitive cycle that sabotages personal and relational growth. I help people understand what is happening and to create positive and lasting change using Gottman's Principles for Making Marriage Work, Collaborative Couples Therapy, and Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples. They type of therapy used and duration of treatment varies by couple.
(512) 788-9136
Austin, Texas 78746
Tracy Deagan, Counselor  in Austin
“I practice out of a funky South Austin building that once was a church. Folks I work with say my place and I match; we're warm and comforting with an alternative / nontraditional streak. Clients I work well with are usually somewhat alternative and want a nonjudgmental therapist that is alternative friendly and knowledgible. I find that my personal and professional work on exploring and balancing sense of self and increasing self esteem allows me to be very helpful to those working on their sense of themselves, their self relationship, and their relationships with others.
(512) 796-3457
Austin, Texas 78704
Ian M Crooks, Psychiatrist  in Austin
“If your mood, cognition or behaviors are causing you distress, it may be time to take a closer look and see what a psychiatrist can do to be of help to you. I am a medical doctor who specializes in helping people who are struggling with mental, emotional and behavioral problems. Through thoughtful, careful and evidence-based use of medication and/or therapy, I seek to optimize the functioning of people in their personal and professional lives.
(512) 271-5156
Austin, Texas 78731
Lisa Lasater, Psychologist  in Austin
“I enjoy working with children and adolescents of any age. Listening to children and teenagers is so important as they often are the ones that can tell us what we need to know to support them. My theoretical orientation encompasses interpersonal theory and the significance of connection. I use both talking and play to facilitate interaction and communication. Interpersonal experiences affect our relationships and the way in which we interact and communicate with others. I have a strong background in family systems, school collaboration and developmental and attachment theory which is instrumental in my work with children and adolescents and their families.
(512) 969-2242
Austin, Texas 78759
Karen Kennedy, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you ruled by worry and anxiety? Are you having difficulty managing relationships with your family, friends and co-workers? Do you feel bogged down by your past? Do any of these describe you: self-critical, angry, confused, stuck, lacking self-esteem. Effective therapy can help you resolve these issues, and have a more fulfilling life. I work best with people who want a real connection in therapy, not a cookie-cutter, or blank slate approach.
(512) 782-0165
Austin, Texas 78704
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.
(512) 772-5890
Austin, Texas 78746
Dwight Dugan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We feel most happy when we love, parent and work whole-heartedly. Authentic activity arises from a trust in our essential worthiness as human beings. Commonly, unskillful patterns of thought and behavior, created by past hurts, separate us from that vital sense of worthiness. Habits that once helped us survive now hold us back from self-compassion and connection. We sense there is another way of being, but we can't seem to get there. Whatever your aspiration, change isn't easy. However, when you courageously become intimate with your own suffering, you feel more authentic, alive and awake.
(512) 270-6224
Austin, Texas 78702

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