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Therapists in Austin

Amy A Hays, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“I love helping people find their way, whether through parenting struggles, relationship issues, or traumatic experiences. I work well with all ages, including young children. For children ages 3-8, I utilize Play Therapy. For adults and children who have experienced emotional trauma, I utilize Trauma-Focused approaches. There are a variety of approaches to therapy and together, we will explore which would be most beneficial to you as the client. I find that most people really enjoy the therapeutic experience and come out of it more self-assured and confident.
(512) 861-6184
Austin, Texas 78729
Shannon Huggins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“I specialize in moving people into stronger positions of agency in their lives. Being alone with overwhelming emotions often creates and intensifies our pain and blocks creative problem solving, resilience and well-being. I provide a competently-directed treatment process that can untangle complicated feelings and experiences and jump start psychological growth.
(512) 270-6305
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
Michelle Overman, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MMFT, LMFT-A
“Are you at a place in your life where you feel you need a change? Are there particular relationships in your life contributing to a great deal stress or pain within your family? Are you concerned about growing conflict and distance within an important relationship? Over time, small issues can grow, resulting in the presence of more pain and conflict in your life. The hurt and patterns of conflict can become more difficult to escape.
(512) 960-3346
Austin, Texas 78746
SoCo Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“If you're working hard to stay mentally balanced and focused in an atmosphere of rapid change, all while maintaining your personal values and priorities, you aren't alone. Isn't that what life in the 21st century is about -- creating and maintaining richness and balance? Whatever your version of this goal may be, life doesn't always make the pursuit easy, and counseling can help. SoCo Counselors will provide you with a safe, judgment-free space to sort things out and get input from a real person who happens to have some useful professional training and insights. Give us a call.
(512) 402-5694
Austin, Texas 78745
Mental Health Austin, Counselor  in Austin
“Counseling is not a job for me; it is a passion! All of us, especially adolescents, have a desire for independence as well as supportive environment in which one feels deeply heard and accepted. In this busy world, we all need a place to regroup, reflect, and begin again! I have experience and post graduate study in the areas of anger management, parenting, grief/loss, anxiety, self harm, and substance abuse. Healing from your personal struggles take dedication & support from an experienced professional. The key to a successful counseling experience is finding the therapist that puts you at ease, allowing you to be fully yourself.
(512) 402-6800
Austin, Texas 78759
Laura Scheindlin, Counselor  in Austin
“How do you deal with stress? Do you hold your emotions inside and therefore those emotions manifest into chronic pain, headaches, insomnia, GI distress etc? Or do you escape/numb the pain using alcohol or drugs? I specialize in these two "coping skills." I am an intuitive and holistic psychotherapist who uses a relational basis with my clients. We develop a safe and trusting relationship while working together to explore new ways of coping in the world. It takes effort, but you can change for the better!
(512) 428-8601
Austin, Texas 78731
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
Pamela A. Malone, Ph.D., LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“Has it become difficult to deal with your teenager? Do conversations turn into stormy challenges? The teen years are about the struggle between dependence and independence. Adolescence is a time of great change. Your daughter or son is developing emotionally, socially, cognitively, and physically. She or he is trying out who they are becoming which can cause confusion and discomfort both for your teen as well as for you. Yet there is excitement as teens discover new strengths.
(512) 270-3842
Austin, Texas 78746
Morgan Osmani  in Austin
“As a therapist and yoga teacher I enjoy empowering and supporting clients and yoga students in the process of stepping into the truth of who they are and what they can do in body, mind, and spirit. I work to compassionately support others in finding a sense of freedom in their lives and to integrate their heart, mind and body through meaningful and heartfelt self-reflection and mindfulness. I am supervised by Dr. Sunny Lansdale, Ph.D., LPC. Dr. Lansdale has been in the mental health field for over 30 years. She works with individuals, couples, and families.
(512) 270-6475
Austin, Texas 78746
Pierce Green, Counselor  in Austin
“People reach out to counselors and life coaches because they want change. Either they feel stuck and repeating an unwanted pattern, or they just want to grow themselves beyond their current perceived limits. The clients that have made the commitment to change (most often before they even meet me) end up getting the results they are looking for through the context of the transformative sessions I provide. I have sliding payment scale to facilitate the consistency of sessions necessary in order for you to make the desired changes happen for you within a reasonable time frame.
(512) 237-7925
Austin, Texas 78704
Mary K. Combs, Counselor  in Austin
“I am dedicated to helping people skillfully explore and remove their blocks to empowerment and freedom from suffering. Together we identify your strengths, build confidence, bringing balance and equanimity to the situation; setting you on a path of empowerment and fulfillment. At sometime, almost all face an abyss accompanied by feelings of pain, sadness, uncertainty and we need a gentle hand to guide us...I offer such a hand. My approach is unique for each individual, helping you navigate the challenging dynamics at hand; eliminating stress, anxiety and depression.
(512) 649-5401
Austin, Texas 78701
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
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
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
Susanna Wetherington, Counselor  in Austin
“It is my philosophy that individuals are constantly growing and changing. Sometimes we can get stuck, feeling confused, helpless or hopeless. Often times we get bogged down by the debris of past or current traumas, or by fears of the future and the unknown. I believe therapy is about creating change and I work collaboratively with individuals to help them work toward their goals for change. My role as a therapist is to act as a guide in helping individuals gain clarity by uncovering the debris that inhibits growth and discovering the assets and strengths that reside within each individual.
(512) 865-4718 x108
Austin, Texas 78746
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
Kathryn Martin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, BFA, MA, LMFT
“Individuals, couples, and families work with me towards identifying solutions and applying them on a daily basis. Common topics include: partnership challenges, recovery from substance or food abuse, body image issues, relationships, anxiety, premarital counseling, stress management, motivation, exercise, coping with a loved one's recovery (or lack thereof), social difficulties, family issues and self-acceptance. I have worked in Performing Arts, Instruction, and Health Care Research in the Midwest, California and Texas. Like many therapists, the professional experience from other fields that I bring to psychotherapy expands the understanding I bring to my clients.
(512) 814-6580
Austin, Texas 78701
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
Selena Tyler  in Austin
“I work with adolescents, adults, and families who are grieving a significant loss. I also specialize in depression and anxiety. I listen without judgement, and I see my role as a passenger on each client's journey.
(512) 595-0042
Austin, Texas 78731
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