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

Stacy Watkins, Counselor  in Austin
“You are wondering if therapy can even help you, but you feel desperate and not sure what else to do. Many people are skeptical about how talking helps us resolve conflict and dissatisfaction in our lives. Exciting advances in research and neuroscience are showing how psychotherapy changes our brain chemistry and can increase levels of serotonin in the brain. Therapy can help you.
(512) 649-0373
Austin, Texas 78704
Donna Rich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you are reading this, it's likely you are considering approaching a life situation from a new perspective. When dealing with difficult circumstances, it's hard to have an objective view. Most people can benefit from therapy to help them to clarify goals and objectives, deal with grief and loss, or make effective changes in the way they interact with people or feel about themselves. I have many years of experience collaborating with clients to create more rewarding and integrated lives for them. I continue to see therapy provide more satisfying relationships and increased compassion for ourselves.
(512) 649-0079
Austin, Texas 78704
Rachel Hanss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you in a relationship where you can't stand to stay but can't bear to leave? Or, has a past relationship left you wondering what went wrong? Do you want to enrich a good relationship? Are you deciding if your relationship can be saved? You are not alone. I'd like to help. Asking questions and making decisions about relationships can be difficult and scary.
(512) 523-5262
Austin, Texas 78704
Sara J. McMillan, LCSW, Counselor  in Austin
“I provide counseling, assessment and psychotherapy for those who need help resolving a personal problem or help coping with a stressful event. Trust that I recognize you initiated this step for important reasons and that it has already started a process of healing. I will help you with the next step, accessing your "better angels" and developing a self-care system that taps into or repairs the healing power of your own inner and outer resources. I help struggling couples reconnect and relate to each other from their "best selves", using the research based approaches of Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy.
(512) 969-2213
Austin, Texas 78704
Jeannie Schillaci, Psychologist  in Austin
“I work with my clients to form a trusting relationship to make difficult emotions feel safer to explore. Often we try to avoid painful emotions (anger at someone we love, envy of a close friend, grief over loss), which impedes us from working through them. With a collaborative relationship and proven techniques, I help clients quickly tap into complex, often confusing feelings, thereby gaining insight and the ability to change that make relationships, career, and life in general more satisfying.
(361) 277-1927
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
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
Candyce Ossefort-Russell, Counselor  in Austin
“Change changes you. And whether you're hurt from where you've been, stuck where you are, or confused about where to go, I'm here for you--completely, without reservation. Because right now, you're certainly surviving. But not necessarily thriving. You deserve to learn and grow from every challenge. I can help you through sticky life transitions, horrific grief, chaotic trauma, or living with a sensitive edge. You wouldn't expect to see "sensitive" paired with "edge," but it's sensitive folks (myself included), who have a hard time peeking out, but once we do? We're unstoppable.
(512) 789-6244
Austin, Texas 78704
Susan C Houchins, Psychologist  in Austin
“Personal distress has many sources: difficult circumstances, lack of fulfillment, relationship struggles, painful past, and barriers to better behavior. And distress shows up in many forms: anxiety, depression, anger, destructive acting out, substance abuse, and physical symptoms. It is difficult for us to view ourselves with objectivity. Family and friends, though well meaning, often have their own agendas. An educated and confidential third party can be the answer. Drawing from many therapeutic traditions and years of experience, I will help you understand and make corrections to your life that promote growth and happiness.
(512) 337-3962
Austin, Texas 78704
Anna Collins Lpc Intern Supervised By Juliane Taylor Shore Lpcs Lmft, Counselor  in Austin
“Despite your best efforts, life is unknowable - you can't always predict or be prepared for what comes your way. You might need help sorting out what's going on and what to do next. As a therapist, I have learned that we are not alone in our struggles. People hurt together, and we also must heal together. Through our relationships and experiences, we can grow and rediscover what we thought was once lost. I want to help you down that path of discovery while using psychotherapeutic approaches such as attachment theory, emotional focused therapy, interpersonal neurobiology, and somatic experiencing.
(512) 201-4773
Austin, Texas 78704
Seja Rachael, Counselor  in Austin
“Over the past two decades I have been meeting with individuals, couples and groups to generate the process of healing restorative change. It is compelling to be part of a process in which people, even after great hurt and disappointment, safely access their vulnerability and regain their courage. In time this enables them to become more intimate with themselves and those they love, and pursue their own unique dreams. I am receptive to the diversity of all human experience which includes cultural competency and expertise with LGBT patients. I provide individual and small group supervision.
(361) 444-1125
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
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
Michael Segner Lpc-Intern Supervised By Juliane Taylor Shore Lmft- Associate Supervised By Nadia Bakir Lmft-S  in Austin
“My goal is to help couples who getting ready to take the next step in their relationship. This next step could be moving in together, getting married or simply want to make their relationship better than it already is. Divorce is sometimes the next step and we can address that issue as well. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, I am trained to assist couples and families and I continually learn about new methods and techniques and how they apply to different relationships.
(512) 607-7498
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
Jason A Sipkowski, Counselor  in Austin
“My hope for every client is to obtain the highest benefit possible from counseling. I strive to join with each client at the point they feel most comfortable in order to begin the journey of permanent change. By uncovering the inner strengths that everyone possesses, I work with clients to overcome challenging life obstacles while partnering with them to assure the counseling direction is a perfect fit.
(512) 299-3557
Austin, Texas 78704
Becca Aronow, Counselor  in Austin
“Living a full, balanced, healthy life is a day-to-day goal for most of us. If you are searching for additional support, assistance, or guidance through a challenging situation, I can provide direction and consultation. I am an interactive, solution-focused therapist with more than 20 years experience. My therapeutic approach is to provide compassionate respectful support and practical feedback to guide you in effectively addressing your personal life challenges in a warm, safe environment.
(512) 212-9936
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
Robert McGarey,   in Austin
“My goal is not to treat dysfunction or illness, but rather to promote your emotional and psychological health; help you develop effective communication skills; and encourage you to create a lifestyle that reinforces self-exploration and personal growth. I help you strengthen skills you already possess and develop new ones, so that you can take charge of your life and feel better about yourself. Whether your main concern is your career, relationships, personal growth or spiritual growth, I can help you take the steps that are necessary to start truly enjoying your life.
(512) 920-6314
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
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