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Therapists in Austin

Alicia McNany, Counselor  in Austin
“Your healing has already started. You've made the decision to seek help, and right now you are searching to find a therapist who best matches your personality. Taking this step demonstrates bravery, determination, and intellect.
(512) 430-4851
Austin, Texas 78745
Marian Bell, Counselor  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, CRRT, CRTR
“Working with clients in my therapy practice for over 25 years, one thing I know for sure is that when you are struggling emotionally, it affects all areas of your life. My practice is dedicated to helping you get through tough challenges and supporting you as you develop healthier, happier lives. With me you'll find deep listening, strong therapeutic support, and practical collaborative help right away. Clients describe me as "warm, intelligent and dead on accurate in her ability to help me help myself" "solid, experienced, and very professional" and "she helped us laugh again."
(512) 937-6645
Austin, Texas 78703
Mary Lynn Marinucci, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“You're already taking the most important step towards thriving in ways that matter to you: you're noticing that something's off track. I can help you take the next steps towards positive, lasting change. Let's learn what's driving your thoughts or behaviors, understand what your feelings are trying to tell you about what you need, and discover or reclaim your strengths. Through my dig deep approach, I help individual clients feel better, build stronger relationships and make healthier choices. I help couples identify and resolve issues related to connection, communication and conflict and have the conversations that need to happen.
(512) 994-2432
Austin, Texas 78702
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
Sashi Gabrielle Kimball, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“There are times when we feel anxious, sad or uncertain. We often push or run away from the unwanted feelings and thoughts. We have developed certain coping and habit patterns to survive that no longer serve us. We are ready for change. In a safe, non-judgmental and trusting environment we will gently explore the areas in which you feel "stuck" - unable to progress to a new sense of personal freedom and well-being. Our goal will be for you to have the courage to let go of unhealthy thoughts, feeling and behaviors, while cultivating and allowing more ease and joy.
(512) 270-6054
Austin, Texas 78701
Pierre M Choucroun, Counselor  in Austin
“How do you get yourself unstuck? How do you help a family member or loved one get unstuck? Close relationships inevitably become complicated relationships, and working with families or individuals stuck in intense circumstances is my specialty. Clients can expect a comfortable therapy experience focused on deepening interpersonal connections and coping with old problems in creative ways.
(512) 649-0410
Austin, Texas 78746
Kathryn L Carter, Counselor  in Austin
“I see the human hunger for self-acceptance in my work with adults, young children and parents; the frustration of trying to make changes while barely keeping up. I offer an environment where you may start from where you are. Pause. Breath. Return to the curiosity present before self-doubt emerged. One achievable step at a time. I use a Systems-oriented approach, which is an active, alive means of strengthening the connections between our "logical" left or cognitive brain; and our more sensate, creative right aspects. I see my anxious, depressed, stuck, or confused clients access personal common sense.
(512) 430-4522
Austin, Texas 78703
Katie Dillingham (Supvr Juliane Taylor Shore Lpc-S)  in Austin
“Are you in your 20's and struggling with anxiety and depression? Many people in their 20's are trying to decide a major life altering question such as "Should I marry my boyfriend/girlfriend? What do I want to do professionally? How do I move forward as an adult when many times I feel emotionally stuck in the past?" These are major life altering questions that can bring on feelings associated with anxiety and depression and can feel really overwhelming and unmanageable at times.
(512) 605-1720
Austin, Texas 78704
Marcelle Abusalbi, Counselor  in Austin
“Is your negative thinking holding you back from living the life you deserve? It's time to alter those negative thoughts! Are you finding yourself stuck in a place you do not wish to be? Has life become burdensome? My approach addresses depression, anxiety, and life transitions.
(512) 920-5641
Austin, Texas 78746
Blaine Carr, Psychologist  in Austin
“Austin Psychologist provides psychotherapy and testing (mood, personality, learning, and ADHD evaluations). It can be painful and overwhelming to deal with anxiety, sadness, attentional difficulties, relationship problems, and other challenges. I offer a comfortable and accepting environment where you can always ask any questions you have and get the help you need. In therapy, I use a variety of techniques, including some to alleviate symptoms quickly and some to help understand and heal the roots of difficulties you're facing. This can be helpful in dealing with the above problems, learning more about yourself, or finding meaning in your life.
(512) 649-0098
Austin, Texas 78759
Brittany Neece, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LPC-S, LMFT
“Life is comprised of a wide arrange of experiences and emotions. Whatever you are experiencing in your own life - you don't have to go through it alone. That's why I am here. I work with a diverse variety of clientele and strive to provide affordable counseling services to individuals, couples, and families. I want to work with you to help you overcome obstacles that you are facing, improve on aspects in your current life situation, and provide a sense of strength and hope during times that you may feel lost. Please call me for a free phone consultation.
(512) 814-6027
Austin, Texas 78757
Barbara Reiver, Counselor  in Austin
“Have you been feeling sad, disconnected and alone? Are you withdrawing from friends and family? Does your mood affect your work. Is this affecting your relationships? Therapy is a way to explore your emotions and actions that affect your day-to-day life. The first step towards healing and change can be counseling. I will work with you and support your journey to make changes, face issues and promote healing and growth. Depression, anxiety, and loss are just a few of the things that can affect our lives. In sessions, we work to develop healthy coping skills, to understand feelings and behaviors and to promote healing. I strive to create a safe environment for you to explore your emotions.
(512) 649-2088
Austin, Texas 78757
Jessica R Dugan, Counselor  in Austin
“I aim at supporting individuals, couples, and families, who want to learn about themselves, build healthier relationships, be more emotionally present, and cope more successfully. I believe that through self- exploration and learning about our relationships, we promote growth, peace, and healing in our lives, thus building more fulfilling connections with others. I aim to help you find ways to improve your life and your relationships. If you are dealing with issues related to family conflict, relationships, GLBTQ issues, spirituality, or addiction; I believe I would be a good fit for you.
(512) 960-1644
Austin, Texas 78702
Kari A. Burrowes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“There are times along our journey where having support can make all the difference. Living in our fast paced world, internal and external challenges can lead us to feel stuck and confused about how to move forward in our lives. We can feel a loss of connection to ourselves. These feelings can serve as a way of getting our attention that signal the need for growth, new understanding or a shift in perspective.
(512) 948-3921
Austin, Texas 78704
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."
(512) 607-4504
Austin, Texas 78759
Katie Joy Winer, LLC, Counselor  in Austin
“We all go through struggles in our lives which we are not able to handle on our own. Therapy is a very helpful tool to get resources you, your family or typical support network may not have access to. I am a psychotherapist who works collaboratively with clients to help them heal and grow. My approach is gentle yet straightforward and while I have confidence in my knowledge about psychotherapy, I treat every client as individual and learn from every client I work with.
(512) 270-6608
Austin, Texas 78748
“I work from a multi-dimensional base rooted in Transactional Analysis and person-centered therapies. I use whatever approach seems to fit the particular client in the unique situation that brings them to me. I try to communicate with my clients in easy to understand language, not preferring "psychobabble". I am very solution oriented. Processing things is good, but should not have to go on indefinitely. My goal is to help the client be independent of me in a reasonable amount of time. I furnish some tools, insight, and practice to help bring this about. Good will and mutual respect are essential.
(512) 872-5763
Austin, Texas 78736
Kim Wolfgang, Counselor  in Austin
“I use a holistic approach that includes mindfulness, experiential, and interpersonal strategies. Working with clients to create a therapeutic experience that highlights strengths and honestly discusses challenges in safe and calming environment. My hope is that while working with difficult topics clients are able to feel more centered, increase their self-compassion, and maybe even have some laughs. Finding a good "fit" with a therapist is as important as therapy itself so please look at my profile and feel free to give me a call to see if we would be a good therapeutic match.
(512) 649-1224
Austin, Texas 78745
Cathy Fariss, Counselor  in Austin
“Practicing for over a decade I have truly seen that real, substantive change is possible, that life can become enjoyable again. People change by understanding first what is causing their current difficulties and then within a collaborative, insight oriented and warm relationship that I can provide, work to alter those difficulties. Whether this is the first time seeking help or returning to work on other concerns, my approach is to meet you where you are and with your specific needs.
(512) 540-5670
Austin, Texas 78731
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

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