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Existential Therapists in Austin

Andrew Schwartz  in Austin
“I offer therapeutic groups for those who wish to master self-assertion, boundaries, and bonding. You may be dissatisfied with your life and recognize the role problematic interpersonal patterns play. You may have difficulty asserting your interests, or saying no, or initiating and developing relationships. You may be lonely, or feel socially awkward. Or you may be reasonably effective interpersonally but wish for deeper levels of coordination with friendship, work relationships, or romance.
Existential
(512) 872-5587
Austin, Texas 78746
My Healing Place, Treatment Facility  in Austin
“My Healing Place provides counseling services to individuals and families who have experienced grief or trauma due to the death of a loved one from illness, accident, suicide, or violence; along with those who have experienced loss due to divorce, separation, or postpartum depression. Our professional counseling and therapy groups are provided by licensed therapists with highly-specific training in the areas of grief, loss, and trauma. We also provide on-going, donation-based support groups formed around specific types of loss (no ongoing fees to attend). Our agency strives to help anyone in need. We accept Blue Cross/Blue Shield and for those in need, offer a sliding fee scale.
Existential
(512) 472-7878
Austin, Texas 78757
Cliff Hamrick, Counselor  in Austin
“Do you feel like the obstacles in your life are too big to overcome? Do you feel depression, anxiety, or anger are ruining your chances at happiness? Do you feel overwhelmed by life itself? Is your relationship lacking the love you remember? Too often, people feel helpless in the face of the obstacles in their life. I want you to feel empowered to conquer and master them. My goal is to help clients learn how to manage their own mental health issues and to become lifelong custodians of their own happiness and wellness. You can overcome whatever is facing you.
Existential
(512) 400-2195
Austin, Texas 78704
Elizabeth Katz, Psychologist  in Austin
“Do you feel that you are struggling to find happiness in your life? Do you find yourself constantly dealing with dilemmas around your physical health, your relationships, loss, or transitions in your life? You are not alone in attempting to deal with these issues. I believe that we all find ourselves struggling with life's dilemmas as we grow and develop as individuals, regardless of age. Many events and situations we experience may result in feelings of sadness, anxiety, distance from others, or a loss of meaning in our lives. I am here to help you find hope and make changes in your life.
Existential
(512) 872-2534
Austin, Texas 78746
Jason York Lpc-I Supvr Leslie Larson Lpc-S  in Austin
“Are you dealing with anxiety, procrastination, feeling overwhelmed and emotional, are you unsure of what to do next? Believe me, you are not alone. Many people can get bogged down in negative self-talk or rationalizations that can make you feel stuck for months, even years at a time. I specialize in getting you UNSTUCK. My goal is to help you break free from these obstacles and start moving toward what you need to find your happiness.
Existential
(512) 402-6330
Austin, Texas 78756
Monrovia C Van Hoose, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that people come into counseling with their own solutions. My job is to create a unique therapy for each individual to help them uncover and build upon strengths they already possess. I seek to make the therapy room a safe & non-judgmental place for all emotional experiences, and a place to make peace with parts of ourselves that we fear & dislike. As clients build compassion for themselves, they find their compassion for others growing, and the strength to examine & change their lives for greater happiness & fulfillment.
Existential
(512) 623-7395
Austin, Texas 78751
Katy David, Counselor  in Austin
“I specialize in depression, anxiety, trauma, and spiritual issues, and see individual teens and adults. My approach is mindfulness-based and largely experiential, with some skills training and psycho-education. I integrate Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy, existential therapy, mindfulness training, and clinical hypnosis. I believe that capitalizing on the natural healing capacity of the mind-body connection is the most efficient and effective route towards wellness. Emotions and thoughts are explored with a sense of curiosity and compassion throughout treatment, so that contact with reality and the true self is deepened.
Existential
(512) 351-3551
Austin, Texas 78759
Simone Harlow, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, PsyD
“I look forward to helping you understand and confront anxiety, revel in the freedom to choose, and find insight and enthusiasm. Let's explore the possibility for relationships that are richer, more tolerant, more honest, more loving, and have deeper communication. We will work to resolve ambivalence by exploring the discrepancy between your deeply-held values, day-to-day behavior, and how you want your life to be. ** Simone Harlow, Psy.D. is a Provisionally-Licensed Clinical Psychologist working as a postdoctoral fellow under the supervision of Arnie Slive, Ph.D. at New Life Institute, an outpatient nonprofit counseling center.
Existential
(512) 865-6252
Austin, Texas 78705
Martha Brandt, Counselor  in Austin
“For over 20 years, I've enjoyed helping people heal, grow, and thrive as individuals and also develop vital loving relationships. Through a warm engaged approach, I address depression, anxiety, and trauma as well as the emotional and stress-related components of syndromes such as chronic fatigue and immune dysfunction. I support women in balancing professional and family life and parents in maintaining intimate marriages while raising secure children. "Triune Counseling" focuses on three intimately-connected dimensions of being human - physical, mental/emotional, and spiritual. A shift on one level can invite profound changes in other areas of our lives.
Existential
(512) 772-5950
Austin, Texas 78746
Matthew Litschi, Counselor  in Austin
“Alongside talk-therapy, my passion is using creative therapies with adults, teens, and couples. Most often I help my clients work towards more satisfying relationships, greater life purpose/ career, and the reduction of trauma symptoms. My intention is to create a compassionate setting to explore growth with curiosity rather than self-criticism. I work with clients who identify diversely by gender, sexual orientation, cultural background, and spiritual practices.
Existential
(512) 746-1529
Austin, Texas 78702
William Dubin, Psychologist  in Austin
“I help people extricate themselves from addictive relationships involving substances [alcohol, drugs, food] or activities [gambling, sex/pornography, gaming, shopping]. In contrast to 12-Step programs which advocates admitting powerlessness over a "disease" and complying with an external source of control [treatment provider, support group], I offer tools and methods that enhance your ability to act as you intend during crises of stress and temptation. "The irreversible change required to prevent relapse emerges during a developmental passage that no one can take for you nor spare you."
Existential
(512) 607-4504
Austin, Texas 78759
RJ Garcia & Associates, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Austin
“RJ García is a Central Texan with over twenty years of serving the recovery community. RJ earned a Master of Arts in Addiction Counseling from the world-renowned Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies at the Center City, Minnesota alcohol and drug addiction treatment center. HGSAS offered a unique curriculum that integrates theory, science and clinical practice. RJ is a current member of the American Counseling Association. RJ is bilingual speaks both English and Spanish. RJ has a special blend of experience in addiction services, education and development, business development and public health expertise.
Existential
(512) 540-5033
Austin, Texas 78759
Amanda E Dishner, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFT-As
“I enjoy working with clients of all types, and specialize in helping families who have a special needs child. As a licensed marriage and family therapist, I work with all units of the family system to improve each member's support network. I also like working with other systems, such as co-workers, roommates, and groups of friends. Working with individuals of all ages and incorporating couples and/or group sessions can create the extra support many families need.
Existential
(512) 879-9803
Austin, Texas 78731
Shanna Willner  in Austin
“My work integrates neuropsychology, psychotherapy, and holistic tools to support my clients in living a better life. Neuropsychology uses the structure and function of the brain and nervous system to understand specific psychological, emotional, physical, and behavioral processes. I work with anxiety, post-traumatic stress, chronic pain, medical trauma, abuse, and bio-psychological issues including insomnia, migraine and headache, and fibromyalgia. I also focus on life transition, transformation, and habit change. I bring compassion, curiosity, and acceptance to my work, and combine creativity with research data. I help clients clear patterns and obstacles and achieve self-defined life satisfaction.
Existential
(512) 640-2802
Austin, Texas 78746
Angel Landrum, Counselor  in Austin
“Choosing a therapist is a very personal decision. It's important that you feel comfortable. Finding a safe, confidential and collaborative experience in counseling is my goal. When meeting with adult clients I blend a number of treatment approaches in my work, including client centered, motivational interviewing,and solution focused therapies. My clients have described me as compassionate, respectful and supportive, with a good sense of humor. Each person is unique to their own personal experiences in therapy and I adapt my skills to fit your needs.
Existential
(512) 537-3280
Austin, Texas 78746
Benjamin J Warner, Counselor  in Austin
“Seeking out counseling can be a difficult, yet very rewarding choice. Often clients come in with problems that are incredibly painful, stressful, and frightening. After working through their issues, clients are often surprised to find they have gained deep insight, compassion, joy, and wisdom for themselves and others. They often look back at their suffering and can view it as the "best problem of their life." I find turning challenging life circumstances into this best problem focus is an effective goal for many of my clients.
Existential
(512) 843-7473
Austin, Texas 78704
Ann Stonebraker, Counselor  in Austin
“I specialize in helping "nice girls" and "nice guys" (also known as people pleasers). Why might you come see me? You always put others first. You're overworked and "running on empty." You're anxious, depressed, and stressed. You're stuck in relationships that make you unhappy. You HATE saying no. As hard as things may be right now, I want you to know: it doesn't have to be this way! I'd like to help.
Existential
(512) 351-3805
Austin, Texas 78748
Katy Adams, Counselor  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, SEP, CCTP
“I work with people who have experienced trauma - this can mean anything from trauma that comes from difficult relationships, to PTSD, war, sexual abuse, accidents, surgeries, and less-than-ideal childhoods. My somatic training also provides expertise in helping those with chronic illness or pain and how this is related to mental health. With couples, my focus is on fostering closeness and re-creating the relationship you currently have in order to build more security and enjoyment together. I also have expertise in helping couples with infidelity issues.
Existential
(512) 900-7267
Austin, Texas 78756
Brandie Conrad  in Austin
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, unfulfilled, or kind of lost? You don't have to deal with your struggles alone. I would be honored to walk beside you on your journey to change and personal growth. I would love to hear your story and have an opportunity to talk with you. I believe you are the expert in your own life and are already equipped with the capacity to heal. My goal is to provide you with a safe, compassionate, and accepting environment for you to comfortably share your thoughts and feelings.
Existential
(512) 960-1485
Austin, Texas 78748
Ashley Logan, Counselor  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, EdS, LPC, LSOTP
“*ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS* Saturdays Only* Searching for a therapist can be an overwhelming experience, so first can I just say thank you. Thank you for having the courage to recognize the issues that are hindering you from being your best self and the willingness to search for help. I believe that you can live up to your potential, so send me email and let's get started.
Existential
(512) 280-6630
Austin, Texas 78748
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Existential Therapists
Existential psychotherapy is based on the philosophical belief that human beings are alone in the world, and that this aloneness can only be overcome by creating one's own meaning, and exercising one's freedom to choose. The existential therapist encourages clients to face life's anxieties head on and to start making their own decisions.

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