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Therapists in Austin

Kate Gose Naylor, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFT-A
“My work is rooted in nature - human nature, the natural world, and the natural need for connection. I believe we are all deeply connected to one another and to the life all around us - I work to help my clients navigate how they can honor those needs in their own lives in order to become a thriving human being. I seek to provide a non-judgemental listening ear, a fresh perspective, and the tools for lasting change. I offer a safe harbor to develop understanding, explore possibilites, and heal.
(512) 861-8596
Austin, Texas 78756
Tina Z. Dubin, Psychologist  in Austin
“My ideal client is a woman ready to reflect on where she is at her stage of life and how she got there. I focus on each womanís life story. I am interested as well in couples willing to reflect on their relationship/marriage.
(512) 540-5548
Austin, Texas 78759
Sam Adams, Psychologist  in Austin
“I am a clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience in my counseling practice. I work with a full range of issues for individuals and couples. My treatment approach is based upon an interpersonal orientation; it is supportive, present-centered, and solution-focused. Feel free to visit my website at www.drsamadamscounseling.com
(512) 686-4771
Austin, Texas 78735
Tina Strarup, Counselor  in Austin
“Counseling is a trusting relationship where someone is actively seeking help from a professional who is willing to help. My goal is to explore my client's needs for therapy. From there, I will try to find out what they might expect from therapy such as developing the mental/emotional strength necessary to relate well with others, making decisions about relationship or career issues, reducing anxiety, improving self-esteem, or decreasing depressive symptoms that make their day difficult. I will be honest and understanding. It is my hope that each and everyone finds happiness, peace, and hope.
(512) 523-5644
Austin, Texas 78756
Marci Eddins Warren, Counselor  in Austin
“When we become whole - mind, body, and spirit, we can achieve peak performance in our lives, relationships, and careers. Healing emotional wounds is much like healing a physical wound. Like a broken bone needs support, rest, and care to heal - our emotional selves must be allowed to heal in a supportive, restorative, safe place. I provide support and tools for coping with pain, to speed healing and promote life-affirming behavior change and goal attainment. I specialize in helping adolescents, adults, couples and families who are experiencing barriers to optimal functioning, health, and well-being.
(512) 368-8230
Austin, Texas 78750
Bob Beare, Counselor  in Austin
“I am experienced at helping to transform depression, anxiety, relationship problems, addictions, and other struggles through a variety of active techniques: Psychodynamic therapy with a Jungian orientation, expressive arts therapy, imago therapy for couples, action methods for groups, and mindfulness processes. With leaders and organizations, I use a dynamic set of processes that help to transform conflict and develop emotional intelligence and authenticity. I also train facilitators to use these techniques with their clients.
(512) 561-9993
Austin, Texas 78745
Cressida Suess, Psychologist  in Austin
“My approach to psychotherapy is relational, client-centered, and collaborative. I find that the relationship that forms between the therapist and the client is the "driver" of change that occurs during treatment. Therefore, I work to develop a strong, trusting relationship with clients. This requires authenticity and honesty. I also work to meet the individual goals of my clients, which requires a collaborative approach in developing goals for therapy and in figuring out how to best meet those goals. I am open to integrating a variety of therapeutic modalities based on the needs of my client and where they are.
(512) 540-5157
Austin, Texas 78731
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. www.jillianbontke.com
(832) 850-5737
Austin, Texas 78731
Roxana Khodadadi  in Austin
“Life is full of ups and downs; it is what one does with these experiences that sets them apart. I believe the obstacles that we face in life, whether small or large, are beneficial to one's self-concept. If you are trapped in the negative experiences, the only way to make it constructive is to take some time to invest in yourself and digest the obstacles you have overcome or are currently dealing with. After this exploration of self and experiences, you will be able to move on from what you have held on to and grow in the present moment.
(512) 430-5092
Austin, Texas 78705
Gary Szucs, Counselor  in Austin
“When I do my work, I am always asking myself the question, "What is it that this particular person needs in order to grow?" If I can provide you with an environment that helps you experience growth you will feel better. Personal development is what makes us happy and gives us hope. Most people come to therapy because they are hurting, stuck, and don't know what to do next. I will do my very best to help you find your unique self that you have either lost or not yet found.
(512) 481-7667
Austin, Texas 78746
Jennifer Wagner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My hope is that you feel comfortable, safe and welcome when you make that first call for counseling. Are you experiencing depression or have you recently lost a loved one? Are you facing challenges in your relationship or struggling after a breakup or divorce? Reaching out can mark the beginning of a much needed healing journey. I offer more than fifteen years of combined clinical experience and help clients with depression, grief, anxiety, relationships and life transitions. My priority as a therapist is to provide a confidential and non-judgmental environment in which difficult feelings can be shared and heard.
(512) 994-2766
Austin, Texas 78750
Melanie Murray, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you living from an open heart? If all you can feel is the effort it takes to get through each day, you need assistance sorting out what you really want. Life is meant to be enjoyed. If you're hiding in workaholic behaviors, feel you've lost your playfulness, and the passion is missing in your love life, therapy is a process of self revelation that can help get your groove back. If you're experiencing midlife crisis, it is your soul's yearning for expression. I can help you awaken to the new life that is breaking through.
(512) 843-7014
Austin, Texas 78746
Ziba Rezaee, Psychiatrist  in Austin
“I am committed to providing comprehensive psychiatric services to my patients and helping them in improving their lives and finding their path to greater happiness and inner peace. I operate an outpatient psychiatric medical clinic that utilizes a holistic approach in treatment of our patients. Our staff recognize the personal difficulties and decisions that accompany pursuing psychiatric care and we honor the wishes of our patients when it comes to their medical treatment. We not only offer medication treatment but also encourage and engage patients in therapy, lifestyle modification and involvement with support groups.
(512) 872-4914
Austin, Texas 78738
Golden Key Life Coaching,   in Austin
“First, I am a certified Life Coach, not a Therapist nor Counselor. What's the difference? Generally, coaching is action-oriented and coaching relationships are often shorter-term. Our alliance is based on your specific personal projects, achievements and the states of being you desire for your present and future. Ask yourself ; Are you ready to connect more deeply with your authentic self? Increase your self-esteem, self-love and personal awareness? Get unstuck? If you answered YES, Life Coaching is what you're looking for! I only work with clients who are truly ready to dive into personal development.
(830) 268-4715
Austin, Texas 78759
Nyla Lengacher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Motivating, encouraging and inspiring others to really "seize the day" and live their dreams is truly a passion of mine. It would be my pleasure to help you resolve, remove and renounce anything that has been stopping you from accomplishing this in your life. Areas of special concentration include: Mood Disorders, Life Coaching, Personal Development, Social Anxiety, Couples Counseling, Mindset Training, Elder issues and work with Adoptees.
(512) 900-7580
Austin, Texas 78731
Sandra Rankin, Counselor  in Austin
“Life can throw you for a loop when you least expect it. Loss, stress, addiction, chronic illness, and other major life changes can leave you feeling depressed, anxious, overwhelmed, or lost. This is when you need a safe and comfortable place to talk. Sessions with me are conversational and, even though you'll do most of the talking, you'll get a genuine, compassionate, knowledgeable response from me. I'll let you know my perceptions, discuss research when appropriate, and make suggestions on ways you can start feeling better.
(512) 309-7453
Austin, Texas 78759
Jeanene Smith MA, LPC, LMFT, Counselor  in Austin
“Welcome! I want to talk to you. If you are looking at this site you have some questions, concerns or you are looking for answers to something that is bothering you. I think I can help. If I can't, I will work with you to find you the right fit. You don't have to struggle any longer.
(512) 402-6743
Austin, Texas 78746
“Board Certified in Addiction Medicine and Internal Medicine. Outpatient care specializing in: Suboxone for Opiate Addiction; Medical Detox; 12 Step Facilitation; and Dual Diagnosis treating Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar, and ADHD. Accepts most Health Insurance Plans and has availability for same day appointments. Open Monday thru Friday from 9 to 5, except Wednesday from 1 to 5. Five years of Inpatient Detox and Rehab experience and on the Faculty of Texas A & M School of Medicine-Round Rock with extensive teaching experience in the field of Addiction Medicine. Call for Appt (512) 329-0435 and see our website for information at: www.drugfreeaustin.com
(512) 920-6068
Austin, Texas 78746
Latha Iyengar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Depression, Anxiety and low self esteem, hinders our Happiness, peace of mind. If they are keeping you stagnant, it's time to get some professional help. My knowledge originates in the wisdom of the East and the pragmatism of the West. One encourages us to be patient with ourselves to nurture slow and steady progress.The other helps us guide our thoughts and feelings into action. Both approaches enable me to listen to your concerns and help you find the solutions you need. I encourage you to call or email, to see if we can make a team towards your future emotional growth.
(512) 250-1441
Austin, Texas 78759
Ana Maria Cabezas, Counselor  in Austin
“At Austin Bilingual Therapy, you will find a safe and trusting place to explore your concerns. Through nurturing, curiosity and playfulness, you will become aware of what keeps you from believing, feeling or doing what you want to reach in life. I see myself as a companion to you or to your family and children in this journey that is life. I feel honored that you are choosing me to be a witness to your growth as an individual, parent, child, sibling, and partner.
(512) 430-4422
Austin, Texas 78735

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