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Therapists in Austin

Elizabeth-Anne Rains, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you tired of feeling overwhelmed by sadness, anxiety, grief, regrets and pressure to be perfect? Do you feel stuck and unsure where to go from here? Whether you are struggling with depression, postpartum depression/anxiety, infertility, pregnancy loss, parenting, work/life balance, or difficult relationships, please know that you are not alone. I have dedicated the last 10 years to counseling women who are struggling with these issues. The most important thing I have learned is that when it comes to our life choices, there is no right way or wrong way, and perfection doesn't exist.
(512) 270-6441
Austin, Texas 78746
Phyllis S Clymer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCSW-C, CGP
“For over 30 years, I've been helping people who are depressed, anxious, grieving, or having relationship or marital problems. I engage in a lively interactive conversation where we both come to understand what is causing your difficulties. Through this process you will discover new ways to feel, think, and behave. This collaborative non-judgmental, non-pressuring approach creates a safe and trusting environment where true and lasting change can occur. No one can change things about themselves that they can't see, name, or comprehend. If "will power" were enough you would have made these changes long ago.
(512) 574-6777
Austin, Texas 78731
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
Genna Vinson, Counselor  in Austin
“My counseling specialties include: screening and treating depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and attention deficit disorder in adolescents and adults beginning with an evidence based assessment tool. On going individual or family support plans are available.
(512) 337-3360
Austin, Texas 78746
Conscious Decisions Family Therapy Services, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
“Has there been a time in your life where you are feeling stressed, sad, or anxious? Are you at a point in life or in a relationship where you feel stuck? Do you not feel like yourself? Are there previous events in your life that seems to be blocking your current progress? If you answered yes to any of these questions, I am here to help you along your journey. I believe the foundation of good therapy is a genuine therapeutic relationship with clients. I pride myself on providing quality therapy for all of my clients.
(512) 865-6380
Austin, Texas 78746
Ginny Fullerton, Psychologist  in Austin
“I am a clinical psychologist working with individuals and families to improve the quality of their lives. My therapeutic approach is based on a background in evidence-based practices, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and related methods. Acceptance- and mindfulness-based approaches are often incorporated into therapy given the evidence of their effectiveness. Offering empathy, acceptance, and clinical experience, I will work together with you to overcome life's difficulties.
(512) 646-1227
Austin, Texas 78759
Tori Olds Phd, Psychologist  in Austin
“As a therapist, I am honored by the opportunity to help individuals find greater peace, strength, and fulfillment. Often our lives are so busy, there is very little opportunity to stop and discover where support is needed. Taking this time for oneself, whether to reflect on one's relationships, to work through difficult emotions, or to gain awareness as to one's behaviors or self-perceptions, can be transformative. Because self-compassion is key to healing, I try to template compassion through my own emotional engagement and respect for the client and his/her experience.
(512) 649-0228
Austin, Texas 78703
Julia Kite Piper, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“At the heart of my approach is the belief that human beings naturally possess the power to change, grow, and develop. With that in mind, I encourage and support a collaborative process between myself and the client. The purpose of forming this therapeutic relationship is to enable the client to identify the obstacles and resolve the conflicts which interfere with his or her ability to live life fully.
(512) 561-0999
Austin, Texas 78746
Austin/Texas Counseling, Counselor  in Austin
“I specialize in working with clients struggling with anxiety, depression, shame, marriage / relationship issues, sexual issues, distorted perceptions, communication issues, and anger. More specializations: impulse control and addiction infidelity sex addiction and deviance cultural conflict work-related stress feelings of guilt and shame problems related to being a nerd Client specializations: Asians/Asian Americans Chinese immigrants and other immigrants who speak some English high-tech workers Victims of bullying / intimidation I combine proven cognitive-behavioral methods with psychodynamic methods and a solutions-focused tilt to help clients free themselves from chains of the past and successfully engage the present.
(512) 394-8125
Austin, Texas 78759
Jane Barnholdt, Counselor  in Austin
“Together, let's explore what is troubling you and discover the way to solutions, healing and making changes in your life. Our collaborative relationship will incorporate your strengths, proven therapeutic methods, and my 20 years of counseling experience. I use straightforward problem-solving strategies as well as mindfulness and creative techniques that reduce worry, frustration, confusion about your direction in life, and difficulties in your relationships.
(512) 861-2247
Austin, Texas 78701
Kristin Vaughn, Psychologist  in Austin
“I truly enjoy my work as a therapist, and believe that therapy is a collaborative process between two people. I see myself as a partner in my clients' journey toward a particular goal. There is nothing more rewarding than to be with a client when he/she makes a major discovery or changes that significantly benefit his or her life. I believe in the human ability for change, and I try to avoid labeling or "pathologizing" my clients.
(512) 640-2330
Austin, Texas 78746
Brianna Wood, Counselor  in Austin
“Making the decision to begin counseling can be difficult and finding a therapist that is a good match can be equally overwhelming. I work to create a comfortable, safe, and supportive environment to make it easier to start the process. Everyone enters therapy at a different place, and I work to meet clients where they are. My approach is primarily relational because the quality of the client-therapist relationship can serve as the catalyst for change.
(512) 649-0244
Austin, Texas 78746
Brett Brightwell, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFTA
“I believe that therapy involves a collaboration between the client/s and the therapist. If a client is not part of the decisions, the ideas, the relationship, and the motivation, achieving the desired change is much more difficult. I understand that being in a long term relationship can be difficult and I believe that everyone needs help navigating the obstacles that we are bound to encounter within partnerships and life. I love being a part of that process. My role as a therapist is to collaborate with, empathize with, support, understand, and encourage my clients.
(512) 843-8718
Austin, Texas 78746
Victoria Valles  in Austin
“My own personal experiences dealing with grief and trauma at a very young age has led me to want to help those with similar experiences. I work with all ages, but specialize in working with children and am a member of the National Grieving Alliance for Children. I believe that the grieving process is unique for each person and therefore individualize each treatment plan to meet the client's needs. I strive to bear witness and guide each person through his or her grief journey.
(512) 686-4151 x12
Austin, Texas 78723
Eric M. Denner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MBA
“As someone who has worked hard over the years on my own issues I have deep compassion and empathy for people suffering from emotional difficulties. Many of us have grown up under less than ideal circumstances, in addicted, abusive, or dysfunctional families. Healing is possible with the help of supportive others such as healthy friends, family members, or professionals. Each of us is a unique individual with different needs, histories, values, and beliefs. When we are listened to, seen, and understood we gain the power to heal and grow.
(512) 262-9242
Austin, Texas 78751
James R. Gay, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Austin
“I have over 30 years of experience as a llcensed clincal psychologist treating inviduals and couples dealing with anxiety, depression, relationship issues and adjustment concerns. I specialize in treating mood and relationship issues with both men and women. Utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy techniques in combination with other modalities, I work to assist individuals and couples develop skills, strategies and insights to more effectively relate to others and manage stress and emotions. I particularly strive to create an environment of trust and comfort in addressing issues of concern.
(512) 518-5461
Austin, Texas 78731
Greg Miller, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CADC, MS
“Therapy shouldn't have to be complicated - it's really about sitting down and talking with another person. What is most crucial - perhaps even more important than credentials and education - is that you feel comfortable with your therapist; otherwise, the therapy won't work. I am a licensed marriage and family therapist (in Texas and California) as well as a certified alcohol and drug counselor. I have been in practice since 1994 and work with individuals, couples, families, and adolescents.
(361) 444-1480
Austin, Texas 78746
Teresa J Connell, Counselor  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC-S, ATR-BC, LSOTP, NCC
“You deserve to be treated with lovingkindness and you deserve to have your strength of mind, body and spirit back.Thank you for considering my services for your support. Together we will look at your past and present with spiritual thought, creative practice and some straightforward humor.
(512) 213-0575
Austin, Texas 78748
Daniel Cummings, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Psychotherapy hopes to support our innate tendency to accept the problematic nature of life without being defeated by it or feeling the desire to escape.
(512) 337-4957
Austin, Texas 78759
Cristina Hidrobo, Counselor  in Austin
“Psychotherapy, often referred to as counseling, is a process of self-discovery and addressing painful patterns, thoughts, and feelings that are no longer serving you. I see it as a collaborative approach between my clients and me, where I serve as a guide to help you reach your particular goals. My responsibility to clients is that I be safe, honest, trustworthy, and competent. In a non-judgmental and supportive environment, you can begin to freely express your thoughts and feelings and in turn, gain clarity about how to better your quality of life.
(512) 649-0252
Austin, Texas 78746
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