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Therapists in Austin

Mandi L Farley, Counselor  in Austin
“It's time to heal and step into the vibrant, peaceful, fulfilling life you were meant to live! Through difficult experiences, we adopt protective behaviors in order to prevent experiencing future pain. If we hold on to these defenses too tightly they can become damaging and can keep us from living fully. I see my role as a guide in helping you release these problematic thoughts and behaviors, while allowing for the space to process influential early experiences. In this way you can shed difficult past experiences and begin to live life purposefully and powerfully, as you were meant to.
(512) 271-5203
Austin, Texas 78746
Hector E Del Toro LPC-S, Counselor  in Austin
“I provide solution-oriented counseling services to individuals, families and couples. Our work will be collaborative and aimed at helping everyone achieve the best version of themselves. I provide services in English and Spanish. I have been providing services to youth, adults, families and couples for over seven years. I look forward to working with you.
(512) 900-3234
Austin, Texas 78750
Jenny Abramsky Bazan, Counselor  in Austin
“Often people start counseling when they are feeling ineffective in their lives, are at a crossroads, have chronic feelings of emptiness, feel powerless in changing behavior or cannot tolerate their feelings. I believe that the need for counseling is inevitable in a person's life. Counseling is a vehicle for learning how to cope and create change. A strong therapeutic relationship is the launching pad for growth in counseling, and I will provide a safe, supportive environment for you to do just that. I specialize in mood disorders, eating disorders, anxiety disorders, grief, and LGBTQ issues.
(512) 900-7505
Austin, Texas 78759
Jay M. Erwin-Grotsky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CGP
“Lucy in the Peanuts cartoon once said, "to be happy you also have to be sad sometimes; then you're really happy." I agree! Life is about engagement with all of your feelings. How do you relate to your life? Are you finding challenges, aliveness, connection to self and others? Do you have a sense of meaning or is life just something to get through? Are you living or just existing? I strive to assist clients in being closer, more alive, connected, and vibrant, embracing the highs and the lows of life with more balance and acceptance.
(512) 337-4476
Austin, Texas 78746
Jessica Hoffman, Counselor  in Austin
“I offer counseling for individuals and couples seeking a positive change. Together we will identify areas in your life or relationships that are not serving you and discover solutions to move you towards a happier sense of being. My approach is warm and direct and draws from an eclectic approach to therapy tailored to your unique needs. I help clients strengthen communication processes, develop coping skills, ease life transitions, manage symptoms of anxiety and depression, and find fulfillment in their lives.
(512) 642-8618
Austin, Texas 78705
Erika Gonzalez-Lima, Counselor  in Austin
“I believe in the power of relationships. The relationships we establish with ourselves, with our loved ones, and with people in general greatly influence our well-being. I establish a supporting relationship with my clients based on safe and open communication to empower them to improve the quality of their relationships. I facilitate the emergence of rational thoughts, positive feelings, and healthy behaviors. My goal is to help individuals seek solutions to life's challenges while gaining self-confidence, effective communication and interpersonal skills, and personal growth.
(512) 686-0780
Austin, Texas 78730
Cristina Culiolo Peck, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFT-A, LPC-I
“My clients know that I am creative, committed, passionate, and punctual. They also know that I am very clear at the first visit on what they can expect from me and what I expect from them. When both of us are in alignment with values and expectations, we will move forward. My clients know that to go further in life, we must work on past trauma and present addictions. To do this I listen carefully as you relay your problems and feelings. After that I will suggest the next steps and how you can proceed in treatment.
(512) 948-3538
Austin, Texas 78750
Lisa Lewis, Counselor  in Austin
“Do you ever feel like you're simply going through the motions of life but not really living it? Therapy is a great way to work through life's challenges and regain control over your life. I am here to work with you to overcome any feelings of frustration, depression, and pain. The therapeutic process includes learning new skills and realizing hidden strengths as you define them. I am flexible and diverse in my therapeutic approach. I believe that all individuals possess the power to change their life for the better.
(512) 982-9595
Austin, Texas 78758
Lauren Dolph, Counselor  in Austin
“I am dedicated to providing quality mental health care to every client that I serve. Because I believe that each person's experience of the world is truly unique, my approach to therapy is collaborative and integrative to aid clients in reaching their goals for healing and personal growth. I enjoy working with clients of all ages with a wide range of presenting concerns, but hold a special interest in working with adolescents and young adults experiencing difficulty navigating aspects of daily life including relationships with others, academic/work stress, personal identity, and difficulty managing emotions.
(512) 270-2238
Austin, Texas 78745
A. Michael Johnson, Psychologist  in Austin
“I specialize in the treatment of sexual addiction (Problematic Sexual Behavior - PSB) and have for 14 years, treating hundreds of addicts. I am certified in treating sex addiction (S-PSB). I have more than 100 hours of advanced training in the treatment of sex addiction. PSBs reflect underlying problems in relationships, emotional attachment, affect management, and impulse control. Treatment engages the whole person, not merely suppression of problem behaviors. Therapy requires compassion, acceptance, and respect. I combine knowledge and wisdom with understanding, creativity, and humor in a down-to-earth, practical approach. I am also an Executive and Life Coach.
(512) 540-5042
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
M. Annette Delcanto-Ellington, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“I believe we are all inherently strong, intelligent, and creative beings, capable of working through even the most chaotic of circumstances, and that we are designed to learn and grow from such experiences. Moreover, I believe we are all ultimately capable of becoming the designers of our lives, creating peace, joy and love as common life experiences for ourselves. My intention as a therapist is to appreciate your unique experiences and views into yourself, and to work with you as you strive toward your highest potential.
(512) 426-6889
Austin, Texas 78746
Carrie Carrington, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“My clients would tell you the best thing I give them is practical tools to handle the stress in relationships and life. Believing that solutions work best, we will collaborate to effectively equip you for present and future life struggles. I have experience in working with a variety of clients from various backgrounds including children, adolescents, individuals, families, and couples. I enjoy treating couple issues, parenting issues, depression, anxiety, grief, PTSD, chronic pain, and other psychological issues. I coordinate care with other professionals to ensure the best holistic treatment possible.
(830) 267-4873
Austin, Texas 78759
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
Susan I Bates, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, LCDC
“Often the individuals that contact me are in recovery for addiction or have a family member that struggles with some form of addiction. Commonly, they are looking for help with the distress that is occurring in their lives. Some feel anxious or frustrated; others feel trapped by old patterns or destructive behaviors.
(512) 640-2197
Austin, Texas 78703
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
Larry D Higgins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have practiced for 26+ years and still enjoy the uniqueness of each client I meet. I do individual, group, and couples therapy working with issues of depression, anxiety, and relationship difficulties as well as a wide range of issues I have encountered through many years of practice.
(512) 649-9028
Austin, Texas 78704
Katy Adams, Counselor  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, SEP, CCTP
“I work with people who have experienced trauma - this can mean anything from trauma that comes from difficult relationships, to PTSD, war, sexual abuse, accidents, surgeries, and less-than-ideal childhoods. My somatic training also provides expertise in helping those with chronic illness or pain and how this is related to mental health. With couples, my focus is on fostering closeness and re-creating the relationship you currently have in order to build more security and enjoyment together. I also have expertise in helping couples with infidelity issues.
(512) 900-7267
Austin, Texas 78756
Jennifer Baca Lpc Intern Supervised By Candyce Ossefort Russell Lpc-S  in Austin
“I believe there comes a time in everyone's life when we will feel lost, disconnected or hopeless. We sometimes lose our ability to deal with life's challenges.This inability to deal with life's challenges can be frightening, confusing and problematic. What is needed at such moments in our life is an attuned and trusted other. Someone who can believe in us when we can't believe in ourselves. It is in this kind of therapeutic relationship where old wounds are healed and we learn to trust, manage our emotions and reconnect to our wise and true self.
(512) 960-3058
Austin, Texas 78750
Jeffrey Davis, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LCDC, CHLC
“Are you ready to start a journey of recovery? If you've reached an impasse in your struggle with drug or alcohol abuse and are struggling in changing course, there is help. Seeking help is the first step towards a healthy, more balanced life. I provide a safe and confidential setting where you can express yourself freely. I will work with you individualy on developing a recovery plan that looks at the problem from a holistic point of view. Many who come to me have tried support groups and still feel that they struggle with recovery. They need a different approach to the problem.
(512) 850-7736
Austin, Texas 78704
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