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Therapists in Austin

Holly Rae Lawson, Counselor  in Austin
“"If you are in a relationship, it can always be better. If you are coming out of a relationship, do it with integrity." While my practice and approach is appropriate for general mental health support, I provide specially-designed sessions for individuals and couples seeking healing, emotional support, and skills for managing healthy, life-giving relationships. I fundamentally believe that when our relationships with others are compromised - whether it be with colleagues, friends, family or intimate partners - our outlook, demeanor, and capacity for contentment is also compromised.
(512) 642-8538
Austin, Texas 78703
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 woman’s life story. I am interested as well in couples willing to reflect on their relationship/marriage.
(512) 540-5548
Austin, Texas 78759
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
Pondworks - Bernard Kim MD, Psychiatrist  in Austin
“Dr. Bernard Kim has enjoyed the privilege of offering services in psychiatry and psychotherapy to the Austin community for the past 8 years. On a weekly basis, he divides his hours into roughly three-quarters psychotherapy and one-quarter psychopharmacology.
(512) 765-9578
Austin, Texas 78731
Katherine L. Guenther, Counselor  in Austin
“Tired of feeling controlled by chaos? Do you wish you had more stable relationships? Better control over your actions and reactions? If you are tired of hurting, or feeling like you hurt the people you love, it is my job to help you find a more satisfying way of living.
(281) 305-2841
Austin, Texas 78745
Jim Linn, PhD - Psychologist, Psychologist  in Austin
“I am a licensed Psychologist and have been working with the Austin community since 1990. I am married and have three children. A native Texan, I arrived in Austin in 1971 after working for a nonprofit program in New York City. Upon finishing my doctoral degree, I entered private practice. My office is set in the live oaks of West Lake Hills.
(512) 686-8926
Austin, Texas 78746
Jill Z Brenner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I offer my clients a safe environment and non-judgmental support to explore and express themselves. Together we will work on identifying blind spots and unconscious beliefs that might be thwarting personal growth. Whether you are coming to see me because you want to talk about a painful experience, are seeking new coping skills or are just feeling stuck, we will work together to help you move forward and obtain a healthier state of mind. My therapeutic approach is eclectic, allowing me to draw on a variety of modalities to help guide my counseling.
(512) 607-4757
Austin, Texas 78759
Mercedes Martinez, Psychological Associate  in Austin
“My name is Dr. Mercedes Martinez; I have recently completed an APA approved internship with the Central Texas VA, where I was trained in the use of evidence-based therapies for PTSD, depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and substance abuse. These therapies include: Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Seeking Safety.
(512) 640-2718
Austin, Texas 78759
January Martin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCDC
“I believe therapy should not be a mysterious process; it is about establishing a safe connection, increasing self-awareness, and taking risks. I am direct, interactive, and strongly believe that people change through healing relationships. In sessions we will work together at a pace that feels right for you. We will identify and prioritize your goals, address problems that get in the way of your success, and collaboratively build lasting solutions. I will listen to and accept your feedback about how we are working together.
(512) 948-3370
Austin, Texas 78746
Dwight Dugan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We feel most happy when we love, parent and work whole-heartedly. Authentic activity arises from a trust in our essential worthiness as human beings. Commonly, unskillful patterns of thought and behavior, created by past hurts, separate us from that vital sense of worthiness. Habits that once helped us survive now hold us back from self-compassion and connection. We sense there is another way of being, but we can't seem to get there. Whatever your aspiration, change isn't easy. However, when you courageously become intimate with your own suffering, you feel more authentic, alive and awake.
(512) 270-6224
Austin, Texas 78702
Mandi Roarke, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFT-A
“You have taken the step in making some changes in your life and maybe you are needing help. It can be intimidating to ask for help, and I want to make this process comfortable for you. I am here to help you learn strategies and insight to reach the changes you want to make in your relationship, with your family or with personal challenges. My approach to therapy is collaborate and I strive to help you reach the relational or individual goals most important to you.
(512) 237-7928
Austin, Texas 78746
Dara Ellis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I find joy in helping people discover their courage to face life's struggles. I believe that each person has a unique set of characteristics that makes them powerful to overcome any challenge they have been handed. My approach is direct and unconventional at times while maintaining a constant depth of compassion.
(512) 537-6322
Austin, Texas 78759
Claudia Brewer, Counselor  in Austin
“Besides raising my daughter, working with clients is the most rewarding and challenging endeavor of my life. I have been doing both for almost as long as the other and feel that much of what has contributed to my ability to be such a good therapist stems from what I have learned as a parent. Establishing trust and rapport is the most important part of therapy. The relationship between a therapist and client must be safe, respectful, validating and nonjudgmental. It provides a needed space for the client for self revelation, exploration, and awareness.
(512) 228-8899
Austin, Texas 78738
Virginia Cruz, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“We often look outside ourselves to help fill our need to be happier, fuller, and more purposeful. This is often reinforced by society that teaches us that it is the external that we need in order to be fulfilled. We in turn may feel disconnected with ourselves, our relationships, and our community. As you grow and develop a healthy relationship with yourself, you also gain tools to build healthier and more vibrant relationships. My main goal for you is to feel more connection in all areas of your life while moving towards what makes your life whole.
(512) 686-0788
Austin, Texas 78756
Deborah Hart Roberson, Counselor  in Austin
“I have the unique ability and gift to connect deeply, hear what is most important, offer clear strategic, insightful coaching and help my clients gain clarity and focus around their next steps. My robust career coaching background includes working extensively with clients who are underemployed, unemployed, or desiring to re-enter the workforce. I am successful in helping professionals who feel stuck and are seeking to regain passion and momentum around their job and/or career path. My goal is to identify what is needed to move forward and then partner with you to identify and map out goals that are clear and meaningful.
(512) 649-2360
Austin, Texas 78752
Mary Martha Vance, Psychologist  in Austin
“People generally decide to come to therapy when they experience a difference between how their lives are going, and how they would like their lives to be. I welcome the chance to help people make important changes in their lives. While my therapy approach varies from person to person, and is guided by what an individual wants to address, I feel our relationship and mutual trust are essential for effective work in therapy. Depending on someone's concerns, I call upon therapy approaches including mindfulness-based, cognitive-behavioral, hypnosis, and Hakomi therapy. I welcome your inquiry about my practice!
(512) 368-8195
Austin, Texas 78759
Upside Wellness, Counselor  in Austin
“Did you know that laughter can help with stress, anxiety, depression, and even physical health? Upside Wellness has a unique refreshing style. We combine traditional effective treatment approaches with the healing power of laughter. Fun, interactive improv exercises help foster positive thinking, self-actualization, creativity, and play. Laughter therapy helps promote mirth and overall wellness. All the while a cognitive-behavioral therapeutic framework remains in place to ensure effectiveness. We make therapy fun! Clinic founder Lane Ingram is a competent, professional therapist, and he is also an experienced improv comedy performer! Laugh. It's good for you.
(512) 920-5404
Austin, Texas 78705
Lara Dye, Psychologist  in Austin
“I really enjoy working with people who are stuck in unsatisfying, or sometimes even abusive relationships. They may feel they do so much, often working harder than their partner. My client is often trying to fix the relationship or rescue the other, but are stymied by the myriad of ways that their partner seem to continually resist being 'fixed/ or taken care of. They are usually beginning to realize that their own participation in the unhealthy cycle of the relationship isn't only about the current situation, but stems from earlier relational patterns laid down in childhood relationships.
(512) 415-5735
Austin, Texas 78746
Seth Gradon Houdeshell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SAP
“Discomfort prompts us to seek change. This feeling may come from an old problem or from old pain that seems to follow you through the years of your life. It may also come from a new problem that has caught you by surprise or left you feeling stuck. Maybe you just feel drawn toward your potential to improve the quality of your life in some way. Together we will tailor the course of counseling to meet your needs and your goals. I strive to create an environment that provides warmth and humor in order to provide the comfort required to address life's difficult problems.
(512) 262-9881
Austin, Texas 78704
Ji Young Kim Lpc-Intern Supv By Michael J. Sliwa Lpc-S  in Austin
“I help others fine-tune their lives so that their pain is smaller and their joys are greater. Through compassion, respect, and working together, I strive to create a strong and trusting relationship with each and every client in order help them reach their goals. I am specializing in the treatment of anxiety, depression and relationship issues, trauma, abuse, attachment issues, low self-esteem, borderline personality, and stressors. If you're looking for extra support through a challenging situation, I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals. Please call or email me.
(512) 746-1327
Austin, Texas 78750

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