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Therapists in Austin, TX 78704
Barton Hills, Bouldin Creek, SoCo, South Austin, South Congress Ave and Travis Heights

Lisa Davis, Counselor  in Austin
“Congratulations and Welcome. You've taken an important step. It takes strength and courage to consider therapy. I am constantly in awe of what we're made of-and it's good stuff, no matter what we are struggling with or what we've been thru. Therapy can help with your relationships, it can help to find more balance in your life, it can help remove some roadblocks so you can feel less stuck and more healthy, and it can help you get to know yourself better, which, then, helps in your relationships. It's a nice circle.
(512) 746-1075
Austin, Texas 78704
Dan Stober, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you struggling to make things better but keep running into barriers? I work with individuals and couples to help identify what is standing in the way of their goals.
(512) 636-4858
Austin, Texas 78704
Darren McCall, Counselor  in Austin
“Thank you for visiting my profile. I earned a Master of Science in Professional Counseling from Georgia State University in 2001. I have been in private practice in Austin, Texas since 2006. My therapeutic approach is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. I will work with you to transform how you relate to your thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations. This process will free you to make choices based on what you find meaningful. The end goal is for you to engage in your life with a sense of purpose and valued direction.
(512) 789-6754
Austin, Texas 78704
Silver Lining Counseling P.C., Counselor  in Austin
“I am a licensed counselor and have been in the mental health field since 2002. My approach stems from a cognitive-behavioral model which dictates that a client is able to re-learn automatic belief systems as well as behavior patterns. For example, you can change your thinking about a situation, which can in turn change your feelings and behavior. I facilitate each counseling session from a person-centered approach, which considers the client to be the most important aspect of the counseling process. The choice to make changes is yours, however, it takes work!
(512) 649-0345
Austin, Texas 78704
Theresa A Buzek, Counselor  in Austin
“In my nearly 25 years in the mental health field I have worked with people who suffer severe mental illness to those who are just trying to cope with everyday life. While I have an extensive background in children and family work, the last 11 years I have focused on relationships. Relationships touch every aspect of our lives and I work with couples, partners, parent/child, family, employee/employer but I will let you define the relationship that applies to you. I have a strong background in depression, anxiety, stress, crisis, critical incident response and well-being.
(512) 994-2407
Austin, Texas 78704
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
Samantha Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My name is Samantha Miller. I am a licensed clinical social worker and therapist in the Austin area. I began my journey as a mental health professional volunteering in schools and community centers while I received my BA in psychology from New York University. I worked in early childhood education before attending The University of Texas at Austin for my master's degree in clinical social work. Throughout my career I have provided therapy to families, children, and adults in a number of settings. These include schools, residential treatment centers, outpatient programs, and private practice.
(210) 702-3164
Austin, Texas 78704
Chasee S Chappell Hudgins, Psychologist  in Austin
“I work with adolescents and adults seeking counseling to address issues including anxiety, panic, depression, life transitions, health issues, divorce, parenting, co parenting after separation or divorce, family issues, relationship problems, and work problems. I work collaboratively with my clients to help them identify, appreciate and cultivate their strengths so they can utilize them in resolving difficulties. The length of treatment depends on the nature of the problem and the needs of each client. I appreciate your interest in my services and I look forward to talking with you.
(512) 368-9407
Austin, Texas 78704
Caren Morton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, OT
“First of all, you are the expert on you. Additionally, one cannot stand in the middle of something and see all the edges clearly. A therapist serves as an objective guide for a journey toward peace of mind, personal growth and balance. Some typical problems may include: • Repetitive behaviors that can cause difficulties in personal or professional relationships. •Grief, loss or traumatic experiences which feel too heavy or disruptive. •Underlying sadness - without knowing why. •Adjusting to, or preparing, for new life roles and situations. •Excessive anxiety or panic
(512) 523-5207
Austin, Texas 78704
Katy Koonce, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that a lively and genuine therapy relationship can be a means to healing and self-discovery. My goal is to help folks gain access to a full range of emotions. As the premiere psychotherapist working with transgender clients in Austin Texas since 1998, I bring unparalleled knowledge and skill to those seeking to understand their own unique identities. I am an affirmative psychotherapist using relational and attachment theory, utilizing mindfulness related to interpersonal neurobiology, I work with individuals, couples, groups and am a Board-approved supervisor for therapists, faciliting individual and group consultation for professionals.
(512) 337-4961
Austin, Texas 78704
Mayda Olleros, Counselor  in Austin
“We all go thru periods in life in which we feel lost, or unable to move forward because of life's circumstances, and we need help, but we don't know where to find it. At these times, getting a professional to help us sort the issues is vital. When we reach out, we are taking the first step in the healing process... But the second step occurs if we have professional support to heal our emotional wounds. Accepting help, and dealing with our issues takes great courage, and finding a helping soul, leaves us refreshed, and with a renewed sense of purpose.
(512) 843-0408
Austin, Texas 78704
Henaris Curiel-Shaw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“If you have experienced loss or trauma in your life, I strive to provide a safe environment to process feelings regarding difficult life situations. I use a combination of approaches to best meet the needs of clients. Most of my work is done in the context of the parent/child relationship, when working with young children and families. With individuals and couples, I allow clients to indentify their inner strength and insight to foster personal growth, or develop deep meaningful relationships.
(512) 549-2132
Austin, Texas 78704
Kathryn Garland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy is a collaborative exploration that requires both curiosity and trust. As a psychoanalytically trained psychotherapist, I incorporate relational and interpersonal therapy along with mindfulness techniques in order to create a safe space and working alliance. I specialize in working with adults and couples struggling with anxiety, depression, grief, sexual identity, past trauma, disordered eating and body image issues, as well as chronic illness. I work with clients to examine obstacles to growth, overcome fears, and create lasting change.
(718) 925-4014
Austin, Texas 78704
Kirsten A. Brunner, Counselor  in Austin
“I believe that it takes tremendous courage for an individual to reach out for counseling. People often take this step when they are feeling stuck or stagnant, unable to find relief and solutions on their own. I view my work with my clients as a partnership: I bring clinical knowledge and experience to the alliance and my clients bring their strengths, their inner wisdom, and their readiness to explore. While working together I provide a safe, comfortable and informative environment in which the client can find healing, seek solutions and create strategies that will bring about lasting change.
(512) 337-3983
Austin, Texas 78704
Austin Psychotherapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“My name is Scott Harpst, LCSW, LMFT, and I have over 25 years of clinical experience. My post-graduate training includes marital and family therapy and Ericksonian hypnosis/psychotherapy. I see children, adolescents, adults, couples and families dealing with life's toughest issues, such as trauma and abuse as well as depression, anxiety or personal growth issues. I use a client-centered solution-oriented approach in my practice. I believe it is crucial to have a strong therapeutic connection between client and counselor. By engaging in authentic dialogue, the client can begin the process of opening the heart.
(512) 326-9151
Austin, Texas 78704
Angela Guerrero  in Austin
“Do you feel as though you are your own worst enemy? When in the midst of a problem or stressful situation, does it seem like you make matters worse by being self-critical or saying self-defeating things to yourself? When we are going through something painful or difficult to accept, our internal dialogue sometimes becomes judgmental and self-critical, causing us to feel overwhelmed and doubt our ability to manage things on our own. Often we do not notice how the relationship we have with ourselves affects our ability to cope, solve problems, and live the life we want.
(512) 960-3970
Austin, Texas 78704
Rebecca Davenport, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CEAP, PA
“I collaborate with clients to resolve problems in living, to promote emotional growth and to facilitate personal and professional success. My therapeutic style is warm, direct and interactive. I believe that each of us can make mindful choices to create a gratifying life, to care for ourselves and our family and to find meaning in the difficulties and catastrophes that can complicate our course.
(512) 540-5571
Austin, Texas 78704
Priscilla Elliott, Counselor  in Austin
“Do you need healthy ways to cope and self soothe? Are you ready to get you life back after a trauma? Are you seeking more than a band-aid to your problems, but real healing?Are you frustrated with trying to stop picking your skin or pulling your hair out? The trust that grows in a therapeutic relationship has an empowering effect, leading people to take courageous steps into the life that you design, well beyond the circumstances you have survived. Let's get unstuck!
(512) 879-9832
Austin, Texas 78704
Catherine Olczak, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, EMDR
“During more than 15 years of experience as an individual, couples, family and group therapist, I have been privileged to witness my clients' strength, resilience and progress. They have taught me that it is our relationship during the therapeutic process that is most valuable. I am experienced with a variety of effective therapeutic techniques. As a result of a consultative approach with my client, I utilize the one(s) that will best satisfy my clients' therapeutic goals and objectives. I strongly believe in the mind-body connection and I emphasize the healing role of stress reduction and emotional self-care.
(716) 817-8213
Austin, Texas 78704
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
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