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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

Kristen Miciotto (Supvd By Sabrina Kindell Lpc-S Lmft-S)  in Austin
“STOP being so hard on yourself! Self criticism is not a good motivator for change. When we lack self awareness and self-compassion, the negative voices in our mind can make everyday experiences feel overwhelming. Anxiety, stress and fear are normal responses to uncomfortable life transitions, creating a healthy relationship to these feelings and positive compassionate self-talk, changes everything. I work with children, adolescence and adults to become aware of themselves in a way that creates growth and acceptance. We already posses everything we need to make our lives different, sometimes we just need to be reminded.
(512) 271-4743
Austin, Texas 78745
Whitney Humphrey  in Austin
“I have the privilege to work beside children, adolescents, and adults in difficult and often confusing times in their lives. My mission is to provide care and clarity for my clients while honoring their values in a way that can strengthen and improve their relationship not only with themselves but with their family and friends as well.
(512) 686-5532
Austin, Texas 78759
Donna Reaves, Counselor  in Austin
“I strongly believe in prevention and early intervention, as well as allowing individuals with past or present emotional challenges to work at their own pace over the long term. I realize sometimes therapy involves some "risk-taking", such as trusting in the therapeutic relationship and facing uncomfortable or unfamiliar parts of oneself. I do my best to provide an open, safe enviroment for individuals to face those issues.
(512) 843-8341
Austin, Texas 78731
Brenda Lightfoot  in Austin
“Are you ready to make changes in your life? Do you want to change jobs or careers? Maybe you'd like to go back to school or find a way to bring more meaning into your life. Maybe you've had challenges in your life, such as job loss, disability, or illness, but you aren't sure what to do about them.
(512) 549-2025
Austin, Texas 78752
Dan Stober, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you struggling to make things better but keep running into barriers? I work with individuals and couples to help identify what is standing in the way of their goals.
(512) 636-4858
Austin, Texas 78701
Kathleen Carmody-Gorman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“I believe it's never too late to change your life, resolve your issues, and heal your woundedness. You have actually started the process by seeking assistance. If obstacles to your peace seem insurmountable, I will help you explore them. I would be privileged to hear your unique story. This is where we will begin.
(512) 961-1263
Austin, Texas 78746
William Andrew Schroeder, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you feeling anxious, having difficulty keeping up with your daily routine, feeling emotional or overwhelmed or just need a slight tuneup? If so, you aren't alone. My goal is to help clients come to a better understanding of what they need to find individual happiness and to empower them to overcome obstacles in their path. I provide a comfortable and casual atmosphere for therapy so clients feel at ease when speaking with me. The right fit between provider and client is paramount in creating change, as such we offer a FREE ONE-HOUR CONSULTATION to all new clientele.
(512) 843-7665
Austin, Texas 78759
Amy I. Brent, Counselor  in Austin
“As a Dialectical Behavior Therapist, my goal in individual and group therapy is to help clients who are struggling with depression, anxiety, anger outbursts, impulsive and compulsive behaviors. I work with clients to help them learn coping skills to manage these symptoms so they can achieve their goals and build the life they desire. I work closely with my clients to support them in the process of change which can be both difficult and very rewarding.
(512) 400-2706
Austin, Texas 78759
Vanessa Joy, Counselor  in Austin
“Thank you for inquiring about my practice. I use a strength-based collaborative approach with clients, and believe in treating the whole person. My hope is that couples, families, and individuals leave my office empowered to meet life outside the therapy room with resilience, creativity, flexibility, and humor. The first few sessions would involve getting to know you and better understand your goals for counseling. I often (with permission), invite communication with other healthcare professionals or significant people to better evaluate and address your needs.
(512) 610-0611
Austin, Texas 78746
Miranda Jane  in Austin
“I specialize in body-based techniques combined with talk therapy to address issues at their core: in the nervous system. When your mind and body are working against each other, it can show up as anxiety, depression, or physical ailments that doctors often have a hard time diagnosing. By learning the language of your body, you can gain insight, self-compassion, and relief!
(512) 872-5390
Austin, Texas 78704
Aaron Chapman, Counselor  in Austin
“One of my specialties is Adult ADHD. Although often considered just a childhood disorder, there are currently 8 million adults in the US that have significant difficulty regulating their attention and impulse control, which can lead to a myriad of problems such as recurrent lateness, procrastination, disorganization, ineffectiveness at work, and relationship stress. As your therapist, I will help you cope with these difficulties and learn new strategies so that you can begin to achieve more of your true potential in your work and relationships.
(512) 337-1928
Austin, Texas 78746
Juliet West, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACHP-SW
“Is your marriage headed for divorce? Are you tired of constantly fighting and feeling misunderstood? Have you been holding onto past hurts and pain? Are you dissatisfied with your sex life? Many couples long to experience deep intimacy with their partner, but do not see it as possible. Instead, they settle for cold, conflicted, loveless marriages and often stay just for the kids.
(512) 605-0389 x4
Austin, Texas 78735
Betty Lew Bewley, Counselor  in Austin
“My psychodynamic treatment focuses on developing intimacy with self and other in the context of relationship inclusive of multicultural implications for women's issues, men's issues, racial issues, and socioeconomic issues. I believe that as people become more accepting of themselves, especially within the context of culture, they are more capable of finding happiness and contentment in their lives. I provide services for clients in my private practice who I believe have the capacity to resolve their own problems with my assistance in a context of relationship and mutual respect.
(512) 879-1614
Austin, Texas 78734
Gianna Viola, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“So you are considering the courageous step of starting therapy? Stick with that plan -- there's a good chance it will be healing and incredibly rewarding! Find a therapist you click with (don't agonize over it, just get some suggestions from trusted sources, talk with a few candidates, then go with your gut), and invest yourself in the process. If you and I end up working together, I will approach our relationship with curiosity and warmth, seeking to create an atmosphere of safety and acceptance in which you can better know yourself and pursue your goals.
(512) 942-7798
Austin, Texas 78756
Thomas Smithyman, Psychologist  in Austin
“Overcome your anxiety disorder with focused, research-based treatment. I'm a licensed clinical psychologist, and have trained as an Anxiety Specialist. I believe in actively treating anxiety using the latest research findings and clinical interventions, because frankly, I don't think listening and nodding is enough. My goal is to help you understand how your anxiety works, and take steps to face it and overcome it. I offer a free initial phone consultation to see how I can help.
(512) 948-3941
Austin, Texas 78757
Celina McAlister, Counselor  in Austin
“Therapy can be a useful tool that helps us sort through life's tough issues. I believe therapy is most beneficial when a person has become aware that something isn't working for them, and they feel ready to explore change. I work to build a safe and nurturing environment which will allow my clients to feel comfortable through this journey. I see it as my job to help you discover your strengths and abilities to confront and process through these issues.
(512) 607-4375
Austin, Texas 78729
Lynda Keen Supervised By Savannah Tucker Lpc-S  in Austin
“Hi, I'm Lynda, and I look forward to hearing your story and helping you feel understood and validated. I approach sessions with a holistic mind frame, positive psychology, short term problem solving and other insight oriented methods. Change can be scary, but it can also be exciting. Let's work together to find your answers.
(512) 337-1874
Austin, Texas 78735
Danie Martinez White, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFT-A
“Seeking support can be a challenging first step. My goal is to help ease you into experiencing the benefits of counseling; whether this is your first time ever attempting counseling or you find yourself in a time where a little helpful support could be just what you need. I believe I provide a welcoming, nonjudgmental space where anyone can come and discover that relief is not far away. Counseling is instrumental in helping someone realize that they are not alone in their challenges. Together, I hope you will find that you do not have to carry your burdens alone.
(512) 772-5890
Austin, Texas 78746
Christie Sprowls, Psychologist  in Austin
“People tell me they are initially drawn to my warmth, authenticity, and positive nature, but what keeps them coming back are the results they attain. One of my abilities is to see peoples "best self", their potential, and to mirror it back to them in a way that supports them to take action. My goal is to create an inviting and non-judgemental environment in which to explore and actively pursue your emotional, personal, and professional growth. Providing a balance between support and challenge, we work collaboratively to identify patterns that are no longer useful and to develop strategies for change.
(512) 649-9371
Austin, Texas 78704
Kasey Butler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that parents are experts on their children. I am passionate about working with children, adolescents, and families to build on what they are already doing well. You'll find my therapy style to be warm and accepting; also fun and playful. I enjoy being interactive with my clients and have a relational focus. My therapeutic approach is to provide support and guidance so that kids and families can better manage life's challenges.
(512) 900-3781
Austin, Texas 78759
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For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Austin you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Austin and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Austin or family therapy in Austin.

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