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Therapists in Austin

Stacie Quinn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“You might be experiencing the symptoms of depression, anxiety, addiction, post traumatic stress responses or obsessive behaviors. Perhaps you are adapting to parenthood, struggling in your relationship, or walking through grief and loss. Whether these circumstances are internal patterns, conscious choices or life circumstances; we often get stuck suffering and surviving. When we are alone it is easier to distract or medicate ourselves. Creating a safe environment which is intentionally designated for being present to yourself is essential for processing the inner world. It is important that your effort, journey and vulnerability is held with great reverence.
(713) 999-3994
Austin, Texas 78745
Barbara O'Brien, Counselor  in Austin
“I enjoy assisting with goal clarity and quickly identifying the necessary action steps to achieving client goals. By focusing in on the crucial specifics of the goal, success and emotional relief are easier to achieve. With honest self-reflection and a desire to make behavioral and/or cognitive changes, my clients are able to reach new levels of satisfaction. I believe that by utilizing one's own strengths and preferences, with a dose of humor tossed in, most clients will be able to feel empowered to manage and solve most of life's problems with a hopeful attitude right away.
(602) 492-5973
Austin, Texas 78703
William A O'herron, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Counseling helps, often a lot. It can and will create meaningful changes in your life. If you are serious about addressing the issues and feelings that currently inform your life, and truly want to modify behaviors, you will succeed. How do we find happiness, less stress/anxiety, and more meaning in our lives? How do we make changes or deepen our relationships? Become aware and know the catalyst(s) and the roots of the feelings.
(203) 889-9787
Austin, Texas 78738
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
Lisa Knudson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in relationship addiction and codependency. I help individuals who feel stuck and powerless to make a change on their own. I help my clients break unhealthy relationship patterns by developing a loving relationship with themselves. I see clients that have developed a pattern of staying in relationships for the wrong reasons such as fear of being alone, lonliness or hanging onto the hope that their partner will change if they were pushed a little harder. I enjoy helping clients get their power back and return to a life that is centered around their happiness, not dependent on another.
(512) 271-5266
Austin, Texas 78703
Ryan Authier, Counselor  in Austin
“Therapeutic conversations have taken place between humans for centuries. We are ingrained with a natural ability to heal when we are in a place that is both safe and comfortable. My aim is to provide an environment that is comfortable enough for personal exploration and safe enough for personal growth.
(512) 271-5066
Austin, Texas 78722
Jennifer Wilhelm, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“Let's face it, life can be difficult at times. Whether it's a life transition or problematic way of being that isn't serving you anymore, therapy can help. We all possess the capacity to cultivate more effective and joyful ways of being. In a non judgmental atmosphere, I work with clients looking at how the past informs the present, what skills you already possess and what patterns/behaviors are no longer serving you.
(646) 663-5964
Austin, Texas 78756
A New View Counseling, Counselor  in Austin
“You are seeking a therapist because you are dealing with a life crisis. Or simply can not understand why you keep repeating similar negative patterns. It's possible that you feel anxious, sad or disconnected from your life. I want to help you to gain a deeper understanding of yourself. My work aims at helping you learn how to take charge of your thoughts and emotions, rather than being overwhelmed by them. Therapy is a cooperative exploration and problem solving process aimed at reducing distress, improving personal relationships, and helping you achieve your goals.
(512) 402-7514
Austin, Texas 78746
Carrie Carrington, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, LMFTA
“My clients would tell you the best thing I give them is practical tools to handle the stress in relationships and life. Believing that solutions work best, we will collaborate to effectively equip you for present and future life struggles. I have experience in working with a variety of clients from various backgrounds including children, adolescents, individuals, families, and couples. I enjoy treating couple issues, parenting issues, depression, anxiety, grief, PTSD, chronic pain, and other psychological issues. I coordinate care with other professionals to ensure the best holistic treatment possible.
(830) 267-4873
Austin, Texas 78759
Christie Sprowls, Psychologist  in Austin
“People tell me they are initially drawn to my warmth, authenticity, and positive nature, but what keeps them coming back are the results they attain. One of my abilities is to see peoples "best self", their potential, and to mirror it back to them in a way that supports them to take action. My goal is to create an inviting and non-judgemental environment in which to explore and actively pursue your emotional, personal, and professional growth. Providing a balance between support and challenge, we work collaboratively to identify patterns that are no longer useful and to develop strategies for change.
(512) 649-9371
Austin, Texas 78704
Blake Howard Norton, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My therapy practice is about helping people have healthy families, meaningful relationships and a strong sense of who you are and what matters to you. I work with adolescents and adults who are struggling with relationships, identity and direction; those who are navigating life transitions and looking for support. Many of my clients value my family therapy background in helping them unpack their family of origin dynamics to help make sense of their current relationships. My approach is caring and collaborative, and my clients appreciate the warmth, directness and laughter I bring into the room.
(512) 537-2049
Austin, Texas 78746
Leslie Larson, Counselor  in Austin
“I believe therapy is a process helps people to fully participate in their lives. I use several therapeutic styles and a collaborative approach. Together, we identify "the problem," then explore obstacles that block the process. The goal is wholeness and healing and you, as the client, decide what that looks like. Building a safe, respectful and trusting relationship is essential for success ---- as the client defines "success." I also believe that even in the most dire of circumstances, we can find joy, hope and even laughter. I enjoy playing a part in that with my clients.
(512) 540-5595
Austin, Texas 78746
Randy Frazier, Psychologist  in Austin
“Are you stuck in trying to resolve relationship problems? Tired of arguing without resolution? Do you find that the person you fell in love with now feels like your adversary? Trying to work through relationship issues is hard enough, deciding to come to a professional for help may feel even more daunting. I provide a confidential and supportive environment to help you explore issues in your relationship. We will work together to understand more deeply the ways you may be stuck in your relationship with others and to develop coping strategies for improvement.
(512) 861-8948
Austin, Texas 78759
Tracy Asamoah, Psychiatrist  in Austin
“Children and adolescents are complex and fascinating people whose lives can be severely disrupted by mental illness. Early in my training, I realized that I had a passion for working with this special group. I graduated medical school from The University of California, San Francisco in 1999 and completed my psychiatry residency and child psychiatry fellowship training at the UCLA in 2004. I have been on faculty with the University of New Mexico School of Medicine in Albuquerque and I am currently on faculty with Texas A & M School of Medicine. I was named by Austin Monthly as one of Austin's "Best Doctors 2013".
(512) 872-3419
Austin, Texas 78738
Joseph S Bosarge, Psychologist  in Austin
“My ideal client is someone who has become frustrated with traditional less active therapy. I tend to be more solution focused, with an emphasis on problem solving. I want to help my patients make positive changes in their life that help them become the person they want to become.
(512) 660-1853
Austin, Texas 78704
Liz Heyl, Counselor  in Austin
“I am a licensed professional counselor who specializes in working with children and adolescents. I believe that children have the capacity to heal themselves if given a safe, accepting environment. I know that parenting can be a really tough job. Sometimes, parents just need some extra support and new ideas to help their child. My hope is to strengthen the relationship between children and their parents by providing a deeper understanding of each other's worlds to restore a more enjoyable life together.
(512) 872-3343
Austin, Texas 78736
Cathy Heyman, Counselor  in Austin
“Best-fit clients are willing to look at themselves and their choices objectively as we search for what needs to change so that you feel better. People who want more authenticity in their relationships with others as well as with themselves are likely to enjoy working with me. My strengths also include working on the topics brought by adults whose work lives are more successful/comfortable than their home lives. [Topics like discomfort with emotions, assertiveness, esteem, respect, and fear of intimacy or commitment.] Many are in or just leaving dissatisfying relationships.
(512) 948-3432
Austin, Texas 78746
Samantha Bray, LCSW ERP/CBT Psychotherapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“We all need someone to talk to at one time or another. I offer a safe and healing place to share what is hurting you, confusing you, or driving you toward making a change in your life. A brief list of some of the issues we can tackle: anxiety, depression, melancholy, ruminating thoughts, anger, grief and loss, trauma, heartbreak, divorce, stress, loneliness, lack of purpose, friends/family with personality disorders, relationship conflict, family origin issues, motherless daughters, feeling disconnected, goal setting personal empowerment, mindfulness, single parenting, soul searching, OCD & related disorders such as skin picking/hair pulling (trhichotilomania).
(512) 337-1091
Austin, Texas 78746
John Abraham, Psychiatrist  in Austin
“I am a child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist. I provide assessment and treatment for a variety of behavioral, emotional, social problems, and autism spectrum disorders.I work with a vast array of patients and offer psychotherapy along with medication management. I believe that medications are only a small part of treatment. Every one of my patients is unique and treatment should be tailored to the needs of the individual. I recently started my practice and have nearly immediate availability.
(512) 271-5021
Austin, Texas 78731
Michael Bergman, Psychologist  in Austin
“I am a clinical psychologist in private practice offering individual and couples psychotherapy. I have been trained to work with a wide range of clients; my main areas of expertise, however, include depression, anxiety, eating disorders, GLBTQ issues, and relationship issues. I also specialize in working wtih clients who are dealing with life transitions, such as a breakup or divorce, grief, and existential issues. My style is warm, supportive, and direct, and I encourage moments of levity and humor while at the same time I am serious and sincere.
(512) 262-9778
Austin, Texas 78701

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