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Welcome to the Austin Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Austin, Texas.

Therapists in Austin

Lora Ferguson, Counselor  in Austin
“Parents, are you worried about your teen? The teenage years are filled with many changes, and often it is difficult for teens to cope. Individual and family counseling for teenagers can do a world of good. I am here to help!
(512) 649-0420
Austin, Texas 78746
True Love Austin, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you tired of being single or of ending up in the same type of relationship again and again? Do you keep asking yourself, "should I stay or should I go?" Are you wanting to meet your one true love, your *match*, the real deal? If so, it may be time to make some changes and to do it different this time. I specialize in helping single people to make changes, to clear out old patterns, and to bring out their best self.
(512) 271-4999
Austin, Texas 78748
Elizabeth Owen O'Brien, Counselor  in Austin
“I like to work with individuals who are seeking insight into why their lives and relationships aren't working, and who are willing to address the obstacles that are keeping them stuck. I believe that the mind and body are intricately connected and that people become depressed, anxious, and physically ill when they repress their anger, fear, shame and resentment. I see depression and anxiety as "wake-up calls," opportunities to address clients' deeper issues. Understanding the client's contexts, particularly family roles, is crucial in helping him or her gain the self-knowledge necessary to move forward.
(512) 649-0108
Austin, Texas 78746
Doreen R Landrum, Psychologist  in Austin
“I believe that many of the problems individuals face can be worked through by gaining increased insight and knowledge about oneself. I also believe individuals heal themselves and often just need an objective, caring presence to help them take the first step. I specializes in both therapy and psychological assessment and frequently works with psychiatrists, primary care physicians, OB/GYNs, and other physicians in the collaborative treatment of patients.
(512) 308-6068
Austin, Texas 78731
Joseph S. Langford, Psychologist  in Austin
“I am a clinical psychologist, in private practice over 20 years. My educational background includes a doctoral degree from the highly esteemed program in humanistic psychology at Georgia State University, study at the City College of New York and the University of Illinois at Chicago, and an undergraduate degree, summa cum laude, from the University of Texas at Austin. I like to work with all kinds of people with many types of issues. Among my areas of interest are depression, fear and anxiety, learning to lower stress, couples' problems, parenting, improving family relationships, and gay and lesbian concerns.
(512) 213-6824 x5
Austin, Texas 78731
Mira K Patel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT-A
“Relationships are arguably one's most important possessions. Relationships can either bring great joy and support to one's life or can be the source of immense pain and discomfort. Through personal and professional experiences, I have witnessed the vast impact that therapy can have on restoring strained relationships. The metamorphosis of tense and labored relationships into healthy and fruitful ones can provide great relief, decreased stress, and a sense of peace. I believe therapy is one of the greatest gifts you can give to yourself and others. It truly can change one's life.
Austin, Texas 78756
“I treat a variety of psychiatric illnesses from depression and anxiety to schizophrenia. I did my psychiatric training here in Austin and I am familiar with many of the mental health resources in Central Texas.
(512) 360-8494
Austin, Texas 78759
Ray Sibert, Counselor  in Austin
“I have been providing personal, marriage and family counseling for more than 20 years to a wide variety of clients dealing with stress, depression and anxiety, to marriage and pre-marriage counseling, divorce recovery and working with families. Much of my practice is working with individuals, couples and families that are struggling with grief and trauma. A person's grief journey is some of the most difficult emotional work they will do in life, affecting all areas of life: work, school, relationships and physical health. Your grief journey is unique and you need an experienced counselor to walk with you.
(512) 337-4516
Austin, Texas 78703
Jennifer Wilhelm, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“Let's face it, life can be difficult at times. Whether it's a life transition or problematic way of being that isn't serving you anymore, therapy can help. We all possess the capacity to cultivate more effective and joyful ways of being. In a non judgmental atmosphere, I work with clients looking at how the past informs the present, what skills you already possess and what patterns/behaviors are no longer serving you.
(646) 663-5964
Austin, Texas 78756
Brent Turnipseed, Psychiatrist  in Austin
“I help patients work through a variety of problems that bring them to treatment: anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, attention deficit disorder, and relationship problems. I provide care as a general psychiatrist and as such, am able to help patients with various other common problems.
(512) 872-3138
Austin, Texas 78731
Fernanda Barcelo  in Austin
“I am a strong believer that every person holds an incredible amount of bravery and courage within him or herself, but also that sometimes we need a bit of help to tap into it. As your therapist, I will be your companion through the journey, whether it is towards healing, self-compassion, or just finding a slightly better version of yourself. I've helped clients who were struggling with anxiety, domestic or marital troubles, depression, bipolar disorder, recovery/sobriety issues, making critical life decisions, loss or grief, and navigating relationships.
(512) 772-5271
Austin, Texas 78759
Elayne Lansford, Psychologist  in Austin
“Having practiced for over 35 years, I consider it a pleasure and a privilege to see those who choose to work with me. I am a generalist who enjoys working with a wide range of people. My main areas of expertise include couples therapy, relationship issues, depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders, coping with chronic illnesses, grief and loss, life transitions, and trauma.
(512) 549-2023 x101
Austin, Texas 78746
Respark Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
“Are you struggling with your relationship or sexuality? Are you wanting more but at a loss on how to get there? I'm here to help. Maybe you have difficulties communicating and you're stuck. Lacking desire or skills in your relationship can be frustrating but there is hope. As a couples and sex postive therapist, I am able to offer insight about both sex and relationships. Discussing intimacy is sometimes scary, especially if don't have the language to talk about it. Together we can work toward gaining confidence, rebuilding trust, and learning new techniques to light the fire.
(512) 960-1682
Austin, Texas 78746
Lisa RH Nanyes, Counselor  in Austin
“Seeking therapy takes courage. At times our problems can be overwhelming and can feel like a burden to ourselves and others. My therapy style and my belief is that you have the answers and having someone help guide you can lead to healing. Everyone has the potential inside of them to change. Together we can work to reduce the stress and heaviness that you feel and make changes to find a life you seek.
(512) 861-8853
Austin, Texas 78722
Jamie Kuhlman, Psychologist  in Austin
“Finding a therapist can be challenging, and I consider it an honor to sit with people as they share themselves and their lives. Understanding our relationships, emotions, and how we view ourselves is important in finding contentment and satisfaction. Many of the struggles we experience, such as relationship problems, depression, stress, etc, come when we are having difficulties in our relationships with others, our emotions, and/or ourselves. I value my relationships with my clients and work to create an environment for clients to share their lives and make the progress they want.
(512) 861-8534
Austin, Texas 78703
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
Mark M. Monroe, MA, LPC, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you feeling "stuck" in your life, in your work, or in your relationship? Have you ever said to yourself, or your partner, "I am done!"? I hear these comments frequently in my office as our work begins. Then, through your efforts, new skills get developed and relief, growth and health returns.
(512) 271-2248
Austin, Texas 78757
Paul B Diaz, Counselor  in Austin
“Life is complex and at some point we all find ourselves with the need to recover from something that life has thrown at us. Are you struggling to recover from the life altering effects of an injury or struggling with chronic pain? Whether it be an unexpected life change or addiction, I am passionate about walking with you along your journey toward mental health and physical and spiritual renewal.
(512) 523-4065
Austin, Texas 78748
Jennifer Bilbrey Lpc Intern Lmft-A Supervised By Kat Elrod Ms Lpc-S  in Austin
“I work with both individuals and couples and my passion is working with low self-esteem. Low self-esteem can significantly damage relationships, as people struggle with not feeling good enough. These feelings may have recently started, or go a long way back. During therapy, I will pay particular attention to helping you feel safe and supported, explore the origins and consequences of feeling unworthy, and ideally help guide you to a stronger, happier sense of yourself. I also offer a sliding scale and flexible scheduling.
(512) 607-7459
Austin, Texas 78746
Martin L Coleman, Counselor  in Austin
“With almost a decade of experience I've worked with people from all walks of life. Teenagers to senior citizens, pre-marital to divorce, and all points in between. I specialize in anxiety common to high school students and adults. I've also had great success working with clients suffering from depression. Lastly, I enjoy working on relationships with couples and families. I believe with a little work you can experience REAL, MEANINGFUL, and LASTING LIFE CHANGE!!!
(512) 960-3896
Austin, Texas 78735
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