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Therapists in Westlake Hills - Austin, TX 78746

Jonathan F Anderson, Counselor  in Austin
“I help people find results-driven solutions for everyday concerns as well as life's larger stresses like work/life balance, grief, and anxiety. The coping strategies I teach are lifelong, and tailored to each unique person. As people keep in touch, I have heard a common theme: That my methods work because they are intuitive and natural to the individual, rather than marketed to the masses.
(512) 400-2183
Austin, Texas 78746
Carissa Cano  in Austin
“My goal is to help you move toward positive change and greater balance in life. I create a warm and collaborative environment to cultivate insight and awareness around your area of concern and I will help you move toward your desired change. I have worked with individual's and couples that have struggled with: stress, infidelity, loss of sexual intimacy, anxiety, depression, finding a balance between work and family, finding a passion in life, and discovering the kind of relationship they desire.
(512) 649-3308
Austin, Texas 78746
Patricia E Dziuk, Psychologist  in Austin
“Do you find yourself trapped in self-defeating emotions, thoughts, and behaviors, or, at times, spiral into overwhelming emotion and reactivity? Together, we can transform your emotions/reactions into adaptive responses, that build your self-esteem. Exploring the specifics of your pain or conflict, helps to clarify the patterns around your current difficulties. Understanding how your history helped shape your present day thoughts, emotions, reactions and behaviors helps free you from its impact today. Most importantly, I want to know what you hope to get from therapy, and, specifically, what goals you may have. My therapy style is warm, respectful, and collaborative.
(512) 640-2885
Austin, Texas 78746
Marilyn M Bradford, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, LCSW
“Please know: you are not your moods, your addiction, your compulsive behaviors, or your abuse history. The pain you are experiencing now may be what brings you to psychotherapy, but it does not have to be a continuing part of your life. Real change is possible and attainable. I am very pragmatic, and use methods and techniques that can be adapted to your individual situation to offer relief from the pain, allow true healing, and create the changes you desire. There is effective nontraditional treatment for any addictive or compulsive behavior.
(512) 337-3193
Austin, Texas 78746
Andrea M. Chartier, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFT-A
“Would you like a sensible way to strengthen your mental and physical health? With me, explore and learn how your thoughts and feelings are directly connected to your health and how well you handle stress. Individuals, couples, and families can learn to reduce anxious feelings, experience closer, more connected relationships and create healthier attitudes that will repair health and increase well-being. With this knowledge, you can understand how a healthy mind/body connection helps you make make better choices, boost your immunity and get that connection and communication you want to feel in all your (personal/professional) relationships.
(512) 865-5284
Austin, Texas 78746
Dave Kaplowitz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CGP
“People say that relationships are hard work, but you wish your marriage wasn't this hard. You probably want to improve your relationship, have your spouse be a source of support, and bring back the love and connection that you once had. Maybe there are unresolved issues that you would like to address. You may want to learn better communication skills in order to minimize conflict and to deepen the connection with your spouse. You know that you and your partner need to learn to communicate better so you can regain the love, intimacy, and support you once had.
(512) 814-7127
Austin, Texas 78746
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCDC
“I am experienced and skilled in working with clients who have chemical dependency, codependency, depression, bipolar, anxiety disorders, trauma, and/or relationship issues. I see individuals and couples. I also work with parents of adolescents and offer family therapy sessions. I am excited about the good results that can be achieved with EMDR and EFT. Reducing the level of emotional disturbance, can clear the way for problem solving and healing.
(361) 437-0924
Austin, Texas 78746
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
Adria N Villarreal, Psychologist  in Austin
“I support a holistic approach to psychological well-being, and I believe in and utilize the power of psychotherapy to help people struggling with depression, anxiety, grief, loss, and trauma. I have a special interest and understanding of issues for women and relationships. I'm sensitive to diversity and enjoy working with clients from a wide variety of backgrounds. I believe that the quality of psychotherapy depends on the connection between the client and therapist. I strive to create effective, strong therapeutic relationships.
(512) 900-4754
Austin, Texas 78746
Angelica Beker  in Austin
“I am currently a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern under the supervision of Lora Ferguson, LPC-S. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin and my Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling at the University of Miami. I believe that building a strong rapport and safe environment for clients is key to a successful therapeutic alliance. Working from strengths-based and solutions-focused approaches, I strive to create a safe and welcoming environment so that individuals feel comfortable discussing their individual needs and concerns, and helping them find healthy, positive ways in working through their challenges.
(512) 354-2065 x105
Austin, Texas 78746
Jan Brown Counseling, Counselor  in Austin
“I enjoy working with clients who are looking to improve the overall quality of their lives. I help them to first recognize then begin the difficult process of changing the repeating and self-defeating patterns that continue to cause unhappiness and an unsatisfactory quality of life. Many of these behaviors happen under the level of consciousness and as such are out of our normal range of awareness. Whether these patterns were established in childhood or as the result of a trauma, the goal of therapy is establishing healthier and more productive patterns of behavior.
(512) 537-3428
Austin, Texas 78746
Brad Kennington, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC
“Is your relationship to food getting the best of you? Are you scared to eat that "forbidden" food, afraid you will lose control, gain weight or feel compelled to rid yourself of the calories? Or maybe it's your relationship to your partner that is causing you discomfort. Chronic conflict, fears of being left, a lack of sex or a growing boredom with the person you chose to be with makes you want to find the nearest exit and run! Or is your relationship over and you're stuggling to let go of the anger and hurt?
(512) 960-3593
Austin, Texas 78746
Mendi West, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CBIS
“I work with individuals, couples and families who are going through life transitions, struggling with anxiety, depression or other mental health concerns or recovering from illness or injury. My goal is to create a safe place for clients to work on changing thoughts and behaviors that are unwanted. Together, we can figure out what is causing emotional pain and how to move towards healing and strength.
(512) 515-1961
Austin, Texas 78746
“I provide psychotherapy for adults, children, couples and families. I've been in practice for over thirty years. Please visit my website ( www.kkpsychology.com ) to learn more about my qualifications. I look forward to talking with you.
(512) 605-1795
Austin, Texas 78746
Jim Linn, PhD - Psychologist, Psychologist  in Austin
“I am a licensed Psychologist and have been working with the Austin community since 1990. I am married and have three children. A native Texan, I arrived in Austin in 1971 after working for a nonprofit program in New York City. Upon finishing my doctoral degree, I entered private practice. My office is set in the live oaks of West Lake Hills.
(512) 686-8926
Austin, Texas 78746
Grant Hudson  in Austin
“In my practice, I strive to inspire you to use your own creative instincts to forge a feasible path out of the fog of anxiety, confusion, and despair, and towards clarity of mind and purpose. Therefore, I aspire in my practice to help you explore your genuine beliefs, desires, and behavioral tendencies, in the hope of learning truths about yourself, your community, and your environment. Through this process, I aim to help you recognize opportunities in your life for confidence, creation, potency, and peace. Above all, I hope to lead you to meet and know yourself with honesty and compassion.
(512) 948-3426
Austin, Texas 78746
Elizabeth Dossman, Counselor  in Austin
“A variety of approaches and techniques can be productive in the self-discovery process. My first priority is to create a comfortable setting regardless of geography that makes each individual at ease in sharing his or her significant life experiences. A feeling of respect, non judgmental attitude and positive regard will be felt when meeting with me. With this atmosphere set, the ability to develop new perspectives, coping mechanisms and problem-solving skills will prosper. I will help you transform your thinking in a way that enables you to find new purpose, deeper meaning and a more authentic relationship.
(512) 410-1283
Austin, Texas 78746
Shanna Willner  in Austin
“My work integrates neuropsychology, psychotherapy, and holistic tools to support my clients in living a better life. Neuropsychology uses the structure and function of the brain and nervous system to understand specific psychological, emotional, physical, and behavioral processes. I work with anxiety, post-traumatic stress, chronic pain, medical trauma, abuse, and bio-psychological issues including insomnia, migraine and headache, and fibromyalgia. I also focus on life transition, transformation, and habit change. I bring compassion, curiosity, and acceptance to my work, and combine creativity with research data. I help clients clear patterns and obstacles and achieve self-defined life satisfaction.
(512) 640-2802
Austin, Texas 78746
Lisa M. Kruse  in Austin
“I specialize in working with couples and adult individuals. Couples often find themselves stuck in ineffective patterns, and come to a place where they feel they have exhausted all their efforts to improve. My work with couples focuses on getting out of that "stuck" place with more effective tools to communicate and a deeper understanding of each other's needs. For individual therapy, I often work with clients with various forms of past trauma utilizing EMDR and Somatic Experiencing. Individuals who work through trauma experience less anxiety, depression, and increased energy.
(512) 337-4879
Austin, Texas 78746
Anna Graybeal, Psychologist  in Austin
“I am a clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. I establish a strong alliance with my clients through empathy and respect and work collaboratively with them to achieve their goals. Other areas of my expertise include parenting, divorce, health problems such as illness and chronic pain, grief and loss, trauma, substance abuse, low self-esteem and identity issues.
(512) 540-5328 x100
Austin, Texas 78746
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