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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

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
Samantha Bray, LCSW ERP/CBT Psychotherapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“We all need someone to talk to at one time or another. I offer a safe and healing place to share what is hurting you, confusing you, or driving you toward making a change in your life. A brief list of some of the issues we can tackle: anxiety, depression, ruminating thoughts, anger, grief and loss, trauma, heartbreak, divorce, stress, loneliness, lack of purpose, friends/family with personality disorders, relationship conflict, family origin issues, motherless daughters, feeling disconnected, goal setting personal empowerment, mindfulness, single parenting, soul searching, OCD & related disorders such as skin picking/hair pulling (trhichotilomania). Contact me regarding INTENSIVES for treatment of OCD.
(512) 337-1091
Austin, Texas 78746
“I'm JoAnn Ponder, psychologist in private practice. I earned my Ph.D. in educational psychology in 1998, but started practicing with my M.A. in 1977. I have over 30 years of experience in working with children and adults in inpatient and outpatient treatment. I've had postgraduate training in play therapy, sandplay, infant-parent intervention, family/couples therapy, and child/adult psychoanalysis. Research has demonstrated that early experiences with significant others affect brain structure; foster individuation, self-esteem, and emotional regulation; and serve as templates for subsequent interpersonal relationships.
(361) 433-5958
Austin, Texas 78746
Lisa K Shenk  in Austin
“Are you considering making a change in your career, relationships, or dealing with loss? Transitions in life can be filled with uncertainty and anxiety. These changes are also opportunities for growth and expansion of our perspectives. I believe our ability to heal and grow through therapy helps address pain, disappointment, trauma, and loss and increases our capacity to experience love, joy, and fun. Working in collaboration with clients from a holistic approach, I provide a safe place to assist you in navigating those times of change and uncertainty.
(512) 982-0651
Austin, Texas 78704
Nyssa Hoerner, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, LMFT-A
“Do you consider yourself quirky, playful, meditative, irreverent? Any of the above? All of the above? If so, I would like to help you to heal. It is through trust and vulnerability that we are able to reconnect the fragile pieces of ourselves, and I find it easier to trust someone with whom I can play! I work well with children, teenagers, and adults who are struggling with fitting into the "norm." This includes, but is not limited to, people struggling with autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and simply believing in themselves.
(512) 571-3097
Austin, Texas 78746
David Garrison, Psychologist  in Austin
“Thanks for taking time to view my information. I try to be what I would look for in a psychologist: someone who is tactful, cares about the person, and responds with both knowledge and compassion. You will find me to be interactive. I will not sit silently or simply reflect what you just said. I will let you know my perceptions and discuss research, making suggestions on ways to feel better. I tend to focus both on your emotions and your thoughts. You will do most of the talking, but you will get a genuine reaction from me.
(512) 649-0271
Austin, Texas 78759
Beth Block, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“My goal is to create a safe and comfortable space where clients can articulate their inner experience through both words and symbols. Deeper and clearer understanding unfolds as we engage in the therapeutic process with both a playful curiosity and a nonjudgmental attitude. I listen deeply and empathize with clients, while simultaneously encouraging them to confront the unhealthy roles, ineffective patterns and behaviors, and difficult emotions that are keeping them stuck in their lives. I believe that psychotherapeutic work profoundly transforms our inner worlds. It is truly a gift to be witness, partner, and guide on this journey.
(512) 961-1457
Austin, Texas 78759
Chasee S Chappell Hudgins, Psychologist  in Austin
“I work with adolescents and adults seeking counseling to address issues including anxiety, panic, depression, life transitions, health issues, divorce, parenting, co parenting after separation or divorce, family issues, relationship problems, and work problems. I work collaboratively with my clients to help them identify, appreciate and cultivate their strengths so they can utilize them in resolving difficulties. The length of treatment depends on the nature of the problem and the needs of each client. I appreciate your interest in my services and I look forward to talking with you.
(512) 368-9407
Austin, Texas 78746
James Allen Carter-Haith Jr, Psychologist  in Austin
“Many of life's stressors continue to interfere with the potential joys of life, we can work together to help you minimize the effect of life's stressors so you can begin to enjoy life to the fullest.
(979) 227-2303
Austin, Texas 78752
Amber Baldwin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a psychotherapist, my role is to help facilitate and support you, the client, in discovering, processing, and most importantly, deciding if changing some strategies you may have needed to implement in negotiating your life is a next step in your treatment. It can take time to identify influencing factors at play in the problems experienced in life. Through the development of a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship, we will identify issues, if not already clear to you, and take action in the therapeutic relationship itself to develop the relational, emotional, and or behavioral skills you determine need to be the focus of your treatment.
(512) 872-2446
Austin, Texas 78751
Nancy K Brown, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you looking for more clarity in your life? Are you caught in a cycle of stress and sadness, distraction and restlessness? You *can* feel better! Together,we can identify and clarify old, unhelpful thoughts & behaviors.Through identifying assumptions and core beliefs, you learn new resources to cope in more useful and adaptive ways to achieve a more satisfying life. I utilize mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), a problem solving, present-centered approach. As an artist, I understand that the inclusion of creative therapies can promote a whole-person approach. With 20+ years experience in Human Resources, I also bring a real-world perspective.
(512) 772-3931
Austin, Texas 78756
Stacy Lapointe, Counselor  in Austin
“Passionate about working alongside individuals to help them navigate areas in their lives where they are feeling stuck, I feel privileged to be invited on an individual's journey of self discovery and witness their empowerment and growth. I specialize in working with a wide variety of issues that affect adults, adolescents and children. These issues include academic and behavioral problems, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, grief and loss, chronic illness, and trauma. My primary approach is relational/attachment, which involves the exploration of early relationship patterns and current relational functioning with an awareness of larger social and political influences.
(512) 746-1724
Austin, Texas 78748
Chris Kingsbury, Counselor  in Austin
“Hi! I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist serving couples, single adults, men and adolescent males. I am especially experienced in relationship counseling with emphasis on helping clients heal unresolved childhood issues affecting their present living; couples desiring to build deeper relationships, those in career and life transitions, and those dealing with anger, anxiety, fear, stress, depression, self-esteem, loss and grief. I am a Certified Anger Resolution Therapist and have a special interest in this area. I am also certified in Prepare-Enrich for premarital counseling and enjoy helping couples build solid marriage foundations.
(512) 337-4163 x221
Austin, Texas 78759
Angela Guerrero (Bilingual)  in Austin
“Do you feel as though you are your own worst enemy? When in the midst of a problem or stressful situation, does it seem like you make matters worse by being self-critical or saying self-defeating things to yourself? When we are going through something painful or difficult to accept, our internal dialogue sometimes becomes judgmental and self-critical, causing us to feel overwhelmed and doubt our ability to manage things on our own. Often we do not notice how the relationship we have with ourselves affects our ability to cope, solve problems, and live the life we want.
(512) 960-3970
Austin, Texas 78704
Susan Bramlette, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I am a Bowen family systems therapist working with clients from the standpoint of your internal and external connections (partner, family, coworkers, and community). Because no one functions entirely alone, problematic interactions with others can produce distressing symptoms that can often be alleviated by addressing the roles, rules, and goals we may be defining differently. Communication brings understanding. Faith in ourselves, in safe others, and in a benevolent Source that gives meaning to our experience are vital resources for the growing seasons of life that come to all. Phone me to discuss your situation; I'd like to be of help.
(503) 388-9263
Austin, Texas 78746
Heather McPherson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LPC, LMFT
“Having realtionship difficulties or wanting something more? Feeling disconnected or is the spark simmering? I work with individuals and couples who are struggling with their relationships, sexuality and are in transition (career, new parents, moving, college etc). Together we can resolve conflicts and light the fire by learning practical tools that will stick. Whether it's constant conflict or difficulty connecting, there is hope. I help clients gain confidence, rebuild trust, and find passion and meaning in their relationships and lives. I strive to create an environment that is non-judgmental and accepting to all lifestyles, orientations, and relationship practices.
(512) 337-4754
Austin, Texas 78746
Christel Gilbreath, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe in working alongside individuals and families to renew hope in their lives. I have experience in a variety of settings including foster care, psychiatric inpatient treatment, and public schools. My most extensive experience is with adolescents, particularly around issues of trauma, self-injury, low self-esteem, poor school performance, depression, and anxiety.Continually humbled by the vulnerability and strength of the clients I serve, it is a privilege to come alongside people in their search for restoration.
(512) 308-3180
Austin, Texas 78746
Carl Gacono, Psychologist  in Austin
“I have extensive experience with chronic & adjustment conditions in inpatient & outpatient settings. My clients come from all occupations, such as mental health therapists, attorneys, physicians, law enforcement, artists, & the computer industry. Histories of abuse, addictions, or having a spouse with borderline/other personality disorder are common. Depression, loss, & anxiety are typical complaints. Clients have an interest in changing dynamic issues that cause maladaptive patterns in relationships, increasing emotional tolerance, and improving stress management skills. Google Carl B. Gacono, Ph.D., webcite-drcarlgacono.com-in process. I am an internationally known forensic expert with over 80 professional publications including books (Rorschach & Psychopathy).
(512) 472-4348
Austin, Texas 78759
Sue Snyder Pederson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SEP
“In my practice, I welcome clients who are interested in finding a closer connection with themselves and with others. Think of the expression: "feeling like myself". To fully connect with others we need to be able to feel like ourselves. I often work with people who have experienced traumas, resulting in the sense of isolation. For some, there's an identified event with a lasting impact. Others don't know what went wrong, but still feel something about them is wrong. I believe re-establishing connection to self is key to resolving many problems and finding a sense of empowerment.
(512) 686-4020
Austin, Texas 78746
Michelle Silva Segura, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC
“Deciding to take those initial first steps toward seeking help through psychotherapy can be challenging. Some initial concerns may include, “How will I know if the therapist is competent?” “What if they judge me?” “Will I feel comfortable telling them what I am really feeling and thinking?” These concerns are extremely common in trying to find the right therapist for you. The key phrase is “the right therapist for YOU...” Everyone is different with different needs. I encourage you to read about my experience and services in order to see if I may be the right therapist for you.
(512) 337-1899
Austin, Texas 78703
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