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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

Nicole Stover (Mermis Ruiz), Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“I work with individuals, children and adolescents on a wide range of issues, including depression, anxiety, life transitions, family and other relationship dynamics, workplace/ cultural change, divorce, and effective communication. I provide an environment of safety, privacy, and acceptance, where you can express your concerns and share your thoughts, feelings, and experience.
(512) 666-1656
Austin, Texas 78746
Charles J Eckerman, Counselor  in Austin
“I am a solution oriented therapist who utilizes an interactive, collaborative approach dedicated to empowering you to make changes that enhance your life. As a teacher and a coach, I facilitate your learning the skills to improve your relationships, manage your emotions, and achieve a better, more satisfying and enjoyable life. I specialize in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and gained clinical experience in the treatment modality working in two psychiatric hospitals in Austin.
(361) 238-0979
Austin, Texas 78759
“Not currently accepting new clients
(432) 201-9954
Austin, Texas 78746
Jiovann Carrasco, Counselor  in Austin
“My approach to therapy is about learning to exist in the present moment and to make space for whatever is there, including painful thoughts and feelings. I will help you to gently turn toward, rather than away from unwanted experiences so that you can courageously face your challenges head on. You will learn valuable skills in therapy and practice them throughout the week to enhance our work. We will clarify your freely chosen values to determine the direction you want your life to head and create strategies and committed actions that will bring you closer to your true self.
(512) 309-0655 x101
Austin, Texas 78759
Kim Jackson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Each journey begins with a single, often difficult, step. I believe that my job is to make that step and the journey that follows as easy as possible. My office is an open and comfortable place where you can breathe and we can talk with ease and safety. My manner is friendly, informal, and nonjudgmental. I possess a natural positive energy, a warm sense of humor, and an optimistic outlook. My approach is very real and down-to-earth, while drawing on my creativity and intuition. I have a genuine, nurturing personality that many find is just the right "fit."
(512) 540-5698
Austin, Texas 78746
Brian A Falls, Psychiatrist  in Austin
“Dr. Falls provides comprehensive, whole-person psychiatric evaluation and treatment that encompasses the psychological, social, medical, and spiritual needs of each individual he serves. He meets patients where they are in their journey to wellness and recovery. Dr. Falls' clinical interests include nutrition, exercise, psychotherapy, and complementary and alternative medicine.
(512) 969-2392
Austin, Texas 78746
Jeannie Schillaci, Psychologist  in Austin
“I work with my clients to form a trusting relationship to make difficult emotions feel safer to explore. Often we try to avoid painful emotions (anger at someone we love, envy of a close friend, grief over loss), which impedes us from working through them. With a collaborative relationship and proven techniques, I help clients quickly tap into complex, often confusing feelings, thereby gaining insight and the ability to change that make relationships, career, and life in general more satisfying.
(361) 277-1927
Austin, Texas 78704
“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
Irene Tobis, Psychologist  in Austin
“I offer consulting and coaching on personal and professional productivity. My clients are entrepreneurial professionals or managers in a variety of fields including academia and the arts, who who typically work in fast-paced, high-demand environments. I also help these professionals slow down, change focus, relocate, or transition to retirement. Founder and owner, since 1997, of Ducks-In-A-Row® Efficiency Consultants. See and/or
(512) 649-1067
Austin, Texas 78704
Lisa Davis, Counselor  in Austin
“Congratulations and Welcome. You've taken an important step. It takes strength and courage to consider therapy. I am constantly in awe of what we're made of-and it's good stuff, no matter what we are struggling with or what we've been thru. Therapy can help with your relationships, it can help to find more balance in your life, it can help remove some roadblocks so you can feel less stuck and more healthy, and it can help you get to know yourself better, which, then, helps in your relationships. It's a nice circle.
(512) 746-1075
Austin, Texas 78704
Miki Tesh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“INNER-STRENGTHS. SELF-AWARENESS. SELF-CARE. I am a licensed clinical social worker with 15 years of experience with adults, children, adolescents, and families. I use a strengths based approach, helping to support what is working well with individuals and families to reinforce human resilience. I am pleased to assist in building better lives for a more peaceful and happier coexistence for people in Austin.
(512) 270-7969
Austin, Texas 78703
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
Kendra Koch Lpc-Intern (Sprvsr. Sunny Lansdale Lpc-S Phd)  in Austin
“Everyone comes to a point when they need support navigating a traumatic event, a crisis in identity, or a time of adjustment. Are you having anxiety, sadness, guilt, difficulty with relationships, or trouble knowing what the next steps in your life might be? Let's talk about that. When you come in, I take as much time as needed to hear your story. Therapeutic relationships are built on trust. I trust that you will be open to experience new ways of thinking. You can trust that I will be present to your needs, while offering skilled and compassionate therapy services.
(512) 942-2157
Austin, Texas 78746
Jillian Bontke, Counselor  in Austin
“Life can be challenging, but finding help should not be. I understand that finding the right therapist is not easy. I work to provide a safe, supportive environment, a place where you feel comfortable to explore different issues and goals. Take the time to review my website to find additional information about my practice.
(832) 850-5737
Austin, Texas 78731
Kristin B Bowers, Counselor  in Austin
“I am committed to helping individuals improve their lives through many strategies. First and foremost, involves a compassionate relationship and encouragement of your own interpersonal support system. The second, is changing the physiology of the brain. I believe self-regulation is an essential, foundational principle to therapeutic healing and recovery. This can be achieved by different methods and strategies which are a primary focus at One In Mind Counseling & Neurofeedback. Methods include; the therapeutic relationship, focus on diet/exercise, heart rate variability training, therapeutic harmonics, audiovisual entrainment, neurofeedback, mindfulness, EMDR, and a empathetic therapeutic relationship.
(512) 605-1745
Austin, Texas 78734
Jeremy Collins, Counselor  in Austin
“Do you want more control over the way you feel and perform in your daily life? Do you have difficulty paying attention and staying focused at work or school? Perhaps you struggle with anxiety or often feel depressed throughout the day. I specialize in neurofeedback, a type of relaxation therapy that is non-invasive and serves as a powerful tool for teaching self-regulation. Neurofeedback involves identifying and monitoring brainwave patterns that are often associated with unwanted mental states including: mental fogginess, difficulty staying focused, anxiety and feeling depressed.
(512) 900-5393
Austin, Texas 78705
Brian Barber, Counselor  in Austin
“I am a person-centered therapist who specializes in life transition issues. My typical client is a male facing a challenge in his life that is pressing him toward change in a major life area (work, relationships, finances, etc.). I help clients uncover feelings,hopes, fears and beliefs that are impeding their life without them realizing it. Then, together we explore change strategies to move their life in a new, personally compelling direction. We also look at various mindfulness techniques that can help set a new way of navigating their day-to-day world more effectively.
(512) 872-3475
Austin, Texas 78731
Jim Whitefield, Psychologist  in Austin
“I love working with kids and their parents! Loud kids, active kids, mad kids, disruptive kids, depressed or anxious kids, unhappy teenagers with failing grades, school discipline issues or drug/alcohol problems. Whatever the problem, there is usually a fair amount of pain associated with it for everyone in the family. I provide a safe, nurturing environment for kids and their parents to get help.
(512) 861-8570
Austin, Texas 78705
Regan Lester-Rodriguez, Psychologist  in Austin
“My theoretical orientation is varied depending on your needs. I help you to formulate your therapy goals in a collaborative fashion. Although therapy can be distressing at times, I often use humor to decrease distress and increase coping skills. In addition, I use EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) techniques to build resources for positive coping skills. EMDR can help you face uncomfortable emotions, such as anxiety or depression, and reprocess traumatic memories.
(512) 763-5962
Austin, Texas 78704
Stacy Watkins, Counselor  in Austin
“Group therapy can be more effective than individual therapy. Most struggles that bring people to therapy are interpersonal in nature. Depression, anxiety, relationship struggles, grief, loneliness - all have to do with our feelings in relationship to others. Within the context of relationships is often where we get hurt and it is within the context of relationships where we are healed. We live and work in groups every day. The best indicator of success in life is how well we function in groups. I encourage you to consider how group therapy could enrich your life.
(512) 649-0373
Austin, Texas 78746
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