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Traumatic Brain Injury Therapists in Austin
Intracranial Injury

Richard Temple, Psychologist  in Austin
“Whether you are struggling with your mood, a traumatic event, or health condition, I will provide the guidance to make the changes necessary to improve your life. I am a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in clinical neuropsychology for children, adults, and seniors. I bring a compassionate yet scientifically based approach to the assessment of intellectual, academic, cognitive, and emotional functioning. As part of your evaluation, I will provide you with meaningful recommendations that will help you with whatever difficulties you are struggling with currently. In addition to neuropsychological assessment, I provide individual, couples, and family counseling.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 865-5267
Austin, Texas 78704
Mendi West, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CBIS
“I work with individuals, couples and families who are going through life transitions, struggling with anxiety, depression or other mental health concerns or recovering from illness or injury. My goal is to create a safe place for clients to work on changing thoughts and behaviors that are unwanted. Together, we can figure out what is causing emotional pain and how to move towards healing and strength.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 515-1961
Austin, Texas 78746
John A Cooper  in Austin
“In my many years of experience in the helping professions, I have noticed that people generally seek therapy as a way of improving their relationships with themselves and with others. I am a firm believer in the power of the therapeutic relationship to help people maximize their spiritual, physical, and emotional potential. Operating from an orientation which draws primarily on a combination of contemporary psychoanalytic, attachment, and neurobiological perspectives, I am fully committed to working in partnership with my clients so that they can better understand how to get what they need and desire from their relationships.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 843-8658
Austin, Texas 78745
Austin B Sheffield  in Austin
“As a counselor, my goal is to assist you in finding your purpose in this world. I want to help you discover your values and your meaning through in-depth exploration into your belief system so that you can find the answers to your questions and the power to overcome life's obstacles. Working from an existential philosophy and foundation, I utilize a variety of techniques and tools depending on the needs of the client.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 865-6415
Austin, Texas 78762
Dana Bentley, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFTA
“Whether you are an individual, couple, or family, you are now closer to a new life where you feel empowered and positive. My goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life worth living. While we can't change the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life today. If you are looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation, or you are just ready to move in a new direction in your life, I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 515-1180
Austin, Texas 78705
Anna Collins Lpc Intern Suprvsd By Juliane Taylor Shore Lpcs Lmft, Counselor  in Austin
“Despite your best efforts, life is unknowable - you can't always predict or be prepared for what comes your way. You might need help sorting out what's going on and what to do next. As a therapist, I have learned that we are not alone in our struggles. People hurt together, and we also must heal together. Through our relationships and experiences, we can grow and rediscover what we thought was once lost. I want to help you down that path of discovery while using psychotherapeutic approaches such as attachment theory, emotional focused therapy, interpersonal neurobiology, and somatic experiencing.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 201-4773
Austin, Texas 78704
Shantel Mackey, Psychologist  in Austin
“Self-awareness is indispensable for living up to one's full potential. When people invest in themselves, they reap the rewards of better health, improved mood, healthier relationships, and occupational/creative successes.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 360-8968
Austin, Texas 78745
Kathryn Martin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, BFA, MA, LMFT
“Do you spend more time thinking about a particular something than you'd like? Does it feel like those thoughts won't leave you alone? I help clients with their relationships, recovery from food & body image issues, anxiety, stress management, motivation, exercise, coping with a loved one's addiction, family issues and self-acceptance. You and I will move towards identifying solutions and applying them on a daily basis. I have worked in Performing Arts, Instruction, and Health Care Research in the Midwest, California and Texas and I love doing the work I do here in Austin.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 814-6580
Austin, Texas 78701
Joy Ruth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ADS
“My approach to therapy is wholistic. When an individual comes to counseling, it is because they want something to be different in their lives. Initially, you and I will explore your feelings and concerns and what changes you want or what decisions you want to make. As a feminist, I support individuals as they work to build self-empowerment in relation to others and the environment. In order for counseling to be effective, you will want to make a committment of time and energy and take an active role in the process.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 843-8578
Austin, Texas 78756
Marty Romero Brickley, M.Ed., LPC, Counselor  in Austin
“I provide counseling for Individuals, Couples, Marriages and Families. I also provide Groups, Workshops and Meditations. I will treat your concerns with the utmost respect and with complete confidentiality.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 354-2813
Austin, Texas 78746
Kimberly Judd, Counselor  in Austin
“Occasionally we need someone to help guide us back to ourselves and to ground in that inner knowledge. Whether it is loss, trauma, our past history, relationships, or simply the chaotic pace of our modern life that has caused us to lose touch, finding our way back helps us to find what we are seeking. Decisions and life transitions then feel a little less burdensome, our relationships less fraught with conflict, our lives a little more joyful. I think Jon Kabat-Zinn found the most eloquent way of saying it...
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 213-6625
Austin, Texas 78746
Christie Hays  in Austin
“Are you feeling stuck? Do you know you want to make a change in your life, but find yourself struggling with what to change or how to make changes? I work with adults that are feeling stuck in their personal and professional lives. Many of my clients feel they are lacking meaning and purpose, and often struggle with self-esteem and perfectionism. Sometimes there is a struggle to balance external expectations and pressures with who we want to authentically be.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 982-9320
Austin, Texas 78731
Cristina Culiolo Peck, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFT-A, LPC-I
“My clients know that I am creative, committed, passionate, and punctual. They also know that I am very clear at the first visit on what they can expect from me and what I expect from them. When both of us are in alignment with values and expectations, we will move forward. My clients know that to go further in life, we must work on past trauma and present addictions. To do this I listen carefully as you relay your problems and feelings. After that I will suggest the next steps and how you can proceed in treatment.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 948-3538
Austin, Texas 78750
Samaritan Center for Counseling and Pastoral Care, Counselor  in Austin
“The Samaritan Center has been saving lives, healing emotional wounds and giving hope to Central Texas families for more than 37 years. The Center's mission is to improve the mental, physical and spiritual lives of individuals and families in Central Texas. The Center's primary goal is to provide healthcare that is accessible and affordable, particularly to those families who have no health insurance and veterans struggling with the emotional wounds of war.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 271-4072
Austin, Texas 78758
Janet 'Kaye' Love, Counselor  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MSSW, MBA, LPC, NCC, DCC
“My focus is to help you alleviate distress by developing ways of thinking, feeling and behaving that increase your experience of well-being. My approach blends Solution Focused, Cognitive, Psychodynamic, Psycho-educational, and Mindfulness-based techniques. Focusing on potential solutions instead of problems helps you move towards your goals. I will help you understand the dynamics of your situation, and discover how your thoughts and beliefs affect your emotions and behaviors. You will learn to observe your thoughts, revise limiting conditioning, develop new ways of thinking that evoke more positive emotions, and become more able to resolve issues independently.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 605-1735
Austin, Texas 78705
Wendy Copeland LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
“Acceptance. Hope. Healing. I have been practicing therapy for 5 years, but have spent 12 years working with youth and families in various settings such as ministry, teaching, tutoring, leadership development, and mental health. I work with all ages, genders, faiths, and sexual orientations. I do, however, specialize in working with teens and young adults who struggle with body image, eating disorders, self harm, low self esteem, and survivors of trauma. If you think you may benefit from therapy, please don't delay. Please seek help!
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 746-1767 x101
Austin, Texas 78701
Linda Eldredge, Psychologist  in Austin
“Have the challenges of life left you feeling frustrated, angry, depressed, anxious, stuck, or overwhelmed? Have your usual strategies to resolve problems not been working as well lately? Have you been questioning the meaning or direction of your life? Have you had difficulty with depression, anxiety, grief, relationships, poor boundaries, work, trauma, disabilities, or life transitions? Have you dreamed of enriching the quality of your life? Psychotherapy can help you with your challenges, relationships, and choices. Through psychotherapy, you can learn who you are and the power you have, develop new skills, free yourself from burdens, and follow your bliss.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 607-7700
Austin, Texas 78759
Mary Aggie Beasley, Counselor  in Austin
“I believe anyone can be overwhelmed by a recent situation, a long standing issue, feel drained, and loose perspective. Once in this situation, the ability to make good decisions is affected. My counseling environment is safe, supportive, and non-judgmental. This provides room for and encourages personal growth and time to gain a better perspective. Counseling empowers a person to deal more effectively with life situations. The counselor-client relationship is essential to enhance and promote well being in the client.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 607-4562
Austin, Texas 78734
Roy Clymer, Psychologist  in Austin
“Seeking help from a therapist is a recognition of the fact that although we all face difficulties in life, we can still help each other. But if the stakes are high, it makes sense to turn to an expert. I have helped couples in conflict, people with chronic medical conditions, and soldiers with PTSD as well as many others. In every case, my guiding principle is a deep respect for each person's efforts to find their own way as best they know how. I also know that we all have blind spots that can lead us to repeat efforts that are counterproductive.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 271-3716
Austin, Texas 78731
Central Texas Psychiatry, P.A., Psychiatrist  in Austin
“I have been practicing psychiatry since 1997 and have many years of expertise in evaluating and treating individuals of all ages (from adolescents age 12 and older to geriatrics) as well as treating a wide range of emotional and mental conditions that range from mood and anxiety disorders such as depression, anxiety, bipolar, substance abuse, PTSD, OCD, ADHD, and eating disorders to consulting with clients about grief, trauma, work stress, relationship problems, adoption, legal cases, disability, and other major life changing events. I utilize biopsychosocial approach to mental illness that takes into account each individual's physical health, environment, and psychological experiences throughout their life.
Traumatic Brain Injury
(512) 686-2315
Austin, Texas 78758

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Help for Brain Trauma in Austin or Austin Brain Injury

Brain function is disrupted in unpredictable ways by brain injury following an accident, surgery or coma. Symptoms of brain trauma may involve sleepiness, difficulty concentrating, loss of memory, faulty judgment, depression, irritability, emotional outbursts, disturbed sleep, difficulty multi-tasking and 'thinking'.

If you're looking for help for someone with a brain trauma in Austin or for an Austin brain trauma Therapist, these professionals provide counseling for brain trauma victims or for the family or carer of someone with a brain injury in Austin. They include experienced Austin brain trauma Therapists, psychologists and counselors. These professionals can help adults with brain trauma recovery as well as adolescents and children with brain injuries. And they may be able to help refer you to relevant rehabilitation facilities in Austin.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Austin have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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.