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Therapists in Cedar Park

Alice Bess Green, Counselor  in Cedar Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MSEd, LPC, ATS, ATR-BC
“I have more than 15 years providing safe, supportive, strengths based therapy to children, teens and adults in various life crises and transitions. I have extensive experience working with trauma and related issues in mood, anxiety and relationships.
(512) 636-9838
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Ruth D Timmons, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cedar Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My clients are individuals or families who recognize that they need help in one or more areas of their lives. Whether their problems relate to relationships, work, school, parenting issues, health issues, or with another area of their life, I assist my clients in identifying the issues to be worked on and help them to determine a plan of action that works best for them. As a result of our work together, I want my clients to be empowered to make positive changes.
(512) 626-7362
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Jennifer Cerda, Counselor  in Cedar Park
“Are you stressed out, worried, or depressed? Does it seem like you are losing control of your life? Are you feeling alone in your struggles? Has getting out of bed and off the couch become harder? Then let me be there to help enable you to solve these problems. Let's see how you can grow personally and have a better understanding of yourself and your life. I specialize in helping people overcome relationship issues, fears, depression, and developing a balance in their lives.
(512) 981-7950
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Tricia Blewitt, Counselor  in Cedar Park
“Clarity. Meaningfulness. Goals. Those are the aspects in counseling that I address, understanding the issues, how they affect you and what you want to change. I take a collaborative approach in finding solutions with you, either effecting you cognitively or behaviorally. In other words, how you think and/or how you behave and how they interplay with each other, especially in regards to yourself, relationships, work environment, family, etc.
(512) 605-1627
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Matthew Zito, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cedar Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT-S, ATR
“I work primarily with issues that impact relationships, marriages, and families. That being said couples make up the majority of my practice. Areas of clinical focus range from emotional health to personality disorders, trauma, infidelity, parenting, intimacy, blended family, trust, attachment and co-dependency. Over the course of my career I have developed a model of treatment called The CEME Model (Communication, Empathy, Mindfulness, and effort). I use this model collaboratively with my clients to deconstruct and work though the primary issues brought into therapy. For a more detailed explanation of the CEME Model please visit my website matthewzito.com.
(512) 422-7563
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Catherine Hope Corbin, Counselor  in Cedar Park
“Something is going on inside and you realize you need help. Maybe you've never been to counseling and you're not sure about the process. Perhaps you have tried counseling but did not have a good experience. Call me and let me guide you. Together, we can figure things out. As an interactive, solution-focused therapist, my treatment approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients address current life challenges and long-standing issues. With compassion and understanding, I help individuals find resolution to a wide range of personal concerns and psychological issues.
(512) 649-0300
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Kevin Fisher, Counselor  in Cedar Park
“I am a provider of professional counseling services in the Greater Austin area, utilizing EMDR therapy and traditional psychotherapy to help with whatever you choose to work on (trauma, PTSD, divorce, relationship issues, substance abuse/dependency, life changes/transitions, depression, anxiety, childhood issues, etc.). I first moved to Austin in 1992 to attend UT, and then many years and careers later, began my clinical work at Austin Recovery, working with individuals facing addiction and the many issues underlying addictive behaviors. During this work, I developed a strong interest in helping individuals deal with past traumatic experiences and negative life events.
(512) 872-3068
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Lauren Scott,   in Cedar Park
“"He Restores My Soul" are the words penned in Psalm 23 by King David and are the greatest words a broken heart, grieving soul, confused mind, or one without hope can ever hear. And we at HFM Counseling Center a Christian-based counseling center (Program of His Fullness Ministries, Inc.) are committed to allowing Christ to live through us to "Heal and Restore the Broken Hearted and to Set those in Bondage Free" through Pastoral Counseling, Exchanged Life Model, Psychotherapy, Mentoring Groups, and Ministry Groups. We are here to serve those in need of spiritual and emotional healing.
(512) 831-4873
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Jaime Telfeyan-Haddock, Counselor  in Cedar Park
“Sometimes all it takes to make a change is the courage to take the first step. I offer Individual and Couples Therapy in Cedar Park and the surrounding Austin areas. Each session is provided in a safe and secure environment to share on a long or short-term basis depending on the client. I value and demonstrate open-mindedness for all walks of life and possess vast experience with many different issues and diagnoses. I believe that together we can design a step-by-step, cost-effective plan for you to achieve optimum ongoing happiness, satisfaction, and productivity in life.
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Kimberly Arlinghaus, Psychiatrist  in Cedar Park
“As a doctor, therapist, teacher, leader, researcher, and mental health advocate, I weave together all that I've learned into a rich tapestry of personalized psychiatric care for adults struggling with painful emotions, troubling thoughts, problem behaviors, and the many stresses of life. I focus on who the patient is rather than what the patient has. My treatment approach embraces a holistic kind of healing that includes psychotherapy and an emphasis on wellness. As an experienced prescriber of psychiatric medications, I am also happy to work with therapists to provide integrated, comprehensive care to individuals. www.cedarparkpsychiatry.com
(512) 379-7309
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Melinda Thomas, Counselor  in Cedar Park
“Are you, your child, teenager or a family member struggling with depression, anxiety, stress or relationship issues? The relationship between you and your therapist is a priority with us, so we offer you a free 30 minute consultation. We work with you based on your individuality, feelings, thoughts and unique situation. You are seen as a whole person and not just a diagnosis. We offer a flexible, relaxed, nonjudgmental and compassionate approach that serves to help a wide variety of people and their situations. If you care to learn more, visit our website, www.ifstherapy.net. Accepting new patients.
(512) 872-3346
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Eve Merrill, Psychologist  in Cedar Park
“Is your child having school problems due to ADHD, low motivation, or disorganization; social problems such as difficulties with peers or family members; or emotional problems. If so, I can help. Nobody has ever said raising children is easy. Luckily, you don't have to do it alone. With a doctorate degree in clinical child and school psychology I can help. My varied professional experience in New York City, Detroit, and Austin has included work in inpatient state hospitals, residential treatment centers, as well as outpatient settings. I have worked with many different families with a range of issues.
(512) 649-0085
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Jan Lea Anderson, Counselor  in Cedar Park
“I understand how important it is for a client to be able to feel safe and confident when talking to someone about their deepest feelings. I feel honored that I am trusted with that confidence and my clients find that within the first few minutes of session they can relax and know they won't be judged and that I'm there to help. We work together to promote change and its easier to do when you're not alone in the process.
(512) 271-5413
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Juliet Baylor, Art Therapist  in Cedar Park
“Often, relationship issues arise when effective communication is limited or communication styles are mismatched. Having the tools/skills to successfully express what you want/need and how you feel offers the freedom to pursue life's positive opportunities. I can help you address communication obstacles, and with you, explore the possible sources of conflict causing them. As an art therapist, I offer a client-centered approach in multiple modalities: art, play, expressive, and traditional talk therapy. In my experience, the flexibility to create a customized, comfortable, challenging therapeutic environment allows for successful counseling outcomes with individuals, couples, families, and teens.
(512) 270-6368
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Stacey Lavoro Rexrode, Psychologist  in Cedar Park
“I take pride in my ability to relate to a large population, and I enjoy working with clients 12 years of age and up. I have worked with many clients over the years with depression, anxiety disorders, adjustment difficulty, as well as teenagers with a variety of school, peer, family, and self-esteem issues. I work best with clients who are motivated for change, but also understand that teenagers often come to therapy at the urging of parents and may be resistant at first. I also work with military issues of both active duty soldiers and family members.
(512) 843-8178
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Chad L Harrold, Counselor  in Cedar Park
“So you're doing the best you can & feeling it's just not good enough. Let's face it, you have limited resources & it's easy to feel overwhelmed by work, family, & society. If your life is out of balance & you can't remember how happiness felt; your procrastination or self medication is catching up with you; or you cannot communicate effectively with your family & the situation is spiraling out of control...know it doesn't have to be this way! If you are finally sick and tired of feeling sick and tired...Let me help.
(361) 722-0976
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Jan Anderson, Counselor  in Cedar Park
“People sometimes struggle with the idea of going to see a counselor. Often it's difficult to know where to begin. Sometimes finding the right counselor can mean finding new hope, new choices--a new life. My task is to create a protected space so that you'll feel comfortable and safe. I listen carefully, objectively, with kindness and humor and without judgment. I respond with training, intuition, insight, honesty, and engage a variety of techniques to meet your presenting issue. I consider it a privilege that clients are willing to share their lives with me and I honor that trust.
(361) 444-1906
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Pamela Bermender, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cedar Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT-S
“The focus of my practice is on Relational Issues, Trauma/PTSD Recovery, Affair/Infidelity Resolution, Anxiety/Grief/Depression, and Anger Management. Working collaboratively, I can guide you through the challenges you are facing, help you to develop communication and conflict resolution skills, help you explore healing, and help build up your strengths so that you can enjoy life more fully.
(512) 354-7237
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
June K Williams, Counselor  in Cedar Park
“Women on the journey to discovering an identity separate from appearance and obligations need a partner. I would love to be that support. I work with individuals dealing with any issue around reproduction (infertility, miscarriage, abortion, prenatal concerns, and postpartum challenges), anxiety, body image issues, and the challenges associated with transitions in life. I also work with many couples struggling with various transitions in life. Communication, intimacy, finances and feelings of connection become strained topics and I consider it a privilege to journey with partners through these.
(940) 226-4791
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA-LMFT
“I have over 10 years of experience working with a wide variety of ages and problems across many socio-economic situations. Currently my practice is focused on couples & individuals. I have extensive experience treating civilian, public safety and military personnel & their families, couples and individuals experiencing significant transition challenges. My goal is to increase an individual's, family's or couple's ability to adapt to the ever-changing world. I believe that through a brief solution-focused approach, stress can be reduced and more meaningful relationships can be achieved.
(512) 843-8717
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
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