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Psychoanalytic Therapists in Austin

Alex Ott, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, LMFT-A
“As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I work collaboratively with my clients to facilitate growth and healing with empathy, trust, and compassion. I take a holistic approach to therapy, blending traditional talk therapy with systemic theories in order to best serve my clients' needs. I hold a Master of Arts in Counseling from St. Edward's University and a Bachelor's degree in Literary Journalism from Hampshire College. As a therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 861-8487
Austin, Texas 78746
Rhea Pledger, Counselor  in Austin
“Do you have a difficult time opening up to others? Does fear get in the way? Or shame? As you ease into talking in therapy, you will become more insightful and self-compassionate. Over time, you will begin to understand what you want in life and how to get what you want. Thank you for visiting my profile. I invite you to contact me to set up an appointment. I have over 7 years experience providing individual and group therapy at agencies such as Waterloo Counseling Center, the University of Texas Counseling and Mental Health Center, and the YWCA.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 649-0184
Austin, Texas 78746
Nancy Dougherty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, Jungian
“In my experience of 20 years of private practice, I have learned some basic truths about people: each person is a unique individual, is attempting to do the best they can with their circumstances and abilities, seeks recognition and validation of their worth, desires a sense of belonging and purpose, and has an inner source of empowerment and guidance that can be accessed. I am an actively engaged therapist, addressing the difficulties of adult life: relationships, marriage, loneliness, anger, depression, not fulfilling one's dreams, coping with illness, loss and death, struggles with creativity and spirituality.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 368-7037
Austin, Texas 78759
Ivonne Ocasio, Psychologist  in Austin
“I am a Licensed Psychologist. I provide services in English and Spanish and I enjoy working with individuals and couples. Within a holistic approach, my work has always been focused on health promotion and personal growth. I strive to provide a secure environment in which my clients can explore their concerns and search for alternatives in order to solve their problems and reach their goals. It is amazing how people can transform their lives when they set their minds and hearts to do it.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 872-4542
Austin, Texas 78745
Maryrose Galluzzo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“People begin therapy for many reasons. Some need to respond to unexpected changes in their lives, relationship problems, depression or anxiety, while others seek self exploration and personal growth. I view psychotherapy as a collaborative process in which we work together to make sense of the concerns that have brought you in, and work towards mutually established goals. Those goals could include reducing anxiety or depression, finding clarity around a difficult situation or relationship, or gaining confidence and self esteem.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 861-6475
Austin, Texas 78705
Audry Steele, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you feeling stuck or confined by a life situation or experiencing recurring difficult thoughts and feelings that prevent you from moving forward? Would you like greater peace of mind and ease in your relationships, work, or parenting? Therapy is an effective form of treatment for anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties and other life challenges.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 619-5714
Austin, Texas 78705
Michelle M Bohls, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, IMAGO, EMDR, GROUP
“Overcoming anxiety and other emotional blocks can be challenging on your own. Working through stuck places in a relationship can be equally difficult without support. Creative people generally find my use of metaphor, archetype, mythology, and images resonates with them. By exploring the stories you tell yourself, your roles, and the perspectives of the other "actors" in your life, we can see you in the context of life. In my work with artists, it seems there is often this type of struggle with anxiety or a stuck feeling, sometimes directly in performance, social situations, or in a more general way.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 640-2146
Austin, Texas 78757
Lois Graham, Psychologist  in Austin
“People are driven by a need for connection with others: a friend, a lover, a family, a tribe. When that need is not met our hunger goes underground and turns into anxiety, depression, or addiction. These internal struggles feed fear which can lead us to isolate. Therapy provides a path back toward connection. You talk. I listen. Obstacles to our connection emerge and we begin to understand who you are, what you long for, what gets in your way. As you teach me who you are, you begin to know yourself better, to find your own voice and trust it.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 271-4158
Austin, Texas 78756
Anxiety And Depression Clinic, Counselor  in Austin
“Many therapists and programs force their clients into a cookie-cutter profile of someone with a particular disorder. We begin with an Assessment of your Strengths, Needs and Goals. We design your Therapy Program with you from a blank screen. We listen to what you would like from a therapy program. We address all aspects of your life. We understand that true change begins with how we make our clients feel in addition to what they learn. We offer Individual, Couples, Family and Group Psychotherapy Therapy. We are partners with a Medical Clinic to provide needed Medical Services.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 982-0042
Austin, Texas 78705
Kathryn Garland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy is a collaborative exploration that requires both curiosity and trust. As a psychoanalytically trained psychotherapist, I incorporate relational and interpersonal therapy along with mindfulness techniques in order to create a safe space and working alliance. I specialize in working with adults and couples struggling with anxiety, depression, grief, sexual identity, past trauma, disordered eating and body image issues, as well as chronic illness. I work with clients to examine obstacles to growth, overcome fears, and create lasting change.
Psychoanalytic
(718) 925-4014
Austin, Texas 78704
Charlotte Savage, Psychologist  in Austin
“Are you feeling unsatisfied with your life, career, or relationships? Has life not turned out the way you'd imagined? Are issues from the past affecting you more than you'd like? Do you know the changes you want in your life but can't ever seem to make them happen? Are you feeling lost, down, confused, hurt, lonely, unsupported, left out, or stressed? I can help. You know a lot about you. I know a lot about change. Together we can work to figure out how to make your life and relationships more satisfying.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 686-3242
Austin, Texas 78746
Cynthia Lee, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Austin
“I believe that people seek meaning in their lives. Internal and external conflicts, difficult experiences, and the trials of life interfere with this human process, resulting in depression, anxiety and panic, personality and relationship difficulties, and gender and sexuality issues. I work collaboratively with patients to help them find better ways to deal with trauma, loss, anger, and self-defeating, repetitious behavior patterns. Psychotherapy and psychoanalysis work to enhance each personís inner resources to create new coping strategies. The self-discovery that is the process and goal of psychotherapy and psychoanalysis enhances creativity and a life more fully lived.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 271-3734
Austin, Texas 78759
Jessica Warner  in Austin
“Sometimes we need feedback, a keen clinical mind, and someone who's trained to help put the puzzle together: someone to help us heal. That's exactly what a good counselor should do for her clients: listen, digest, feel, and relate back so that you may find some relief.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 994-2589
Austin, Texas 78746
Sherry Dickey, Psychologist  in Austin
“I take an eclectic approach to psychotherapy that focuses on the unique needs of each patient as I work collaboratively with them to focus on understanding their concerns and conflicts within themselves and with other people. The symptoms that patients bring represent problems in transitions, relationships, or some dissatisfaction with their lives. I work with people across a broad spectrum of difficulties including depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, relationship issues, as well as with people who have characterological problems in living.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 452-3035
Austin, Texas 78701
Stacy Stewart, Psychologist  in Austin
“Many people begin seeing a therapist when they are feeling "stuck in a rut", overwhelmed with stress, have lost meaning in their lives, or are feeling disconnected from themselves or others. I am a licensed psychologist, specializing in helping people who are struggling with many different issues such as depression, anxiety, relationship problems, life stress, and healing from physical or sexual abuse. As a psychologist, my goal is to assist my clients gain a deeper understanding of the problems and issues that brought them into therapy and help them heal and grow in a meaningful way.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 861-8409
Austin, Texas 78746
Carol Lennox, Counselor  in Austin
“Do you want to grow and self-actualize? My treatment modalities are experiential/insight oriented, so I like to work with people who will look into themselves to make changes for healthier, more fulfilled lives. Call me if you have depression/anxiety, want a career change, are in difficult relationships, or want to maximize your potential. We bring our past and decisions into every situation. Knowing what those decisions are, and that the past does not define us, is the first step in successful therapy. I use re-decision, Gestalt, NLP, regression, and meditation to find answers within yourself.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 900-6842
Austin, Texas 78745
Syd Sharples, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with people who are challenged at a particular time in their life. These challenges might represent a recurring pattern or a situational difficulty and might include depression, a transition of some sort (relational, professional, residential, etc), ongoing difficulties in a significant relationship, or a history of abuse or chemical dependency. My approach is not to offer solutions, but to work with my clients to clarify the issues and increase understanding so that they can identify their best path.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 540-5800
Austin, Texas 78746
Kate Reading  in Austin
“Are you struggling with your relationships? Do you feel you and your partner just can't seem to communicate? Is your relationship full of conflict and resentment, or just seems to be drifting apart? Do you argue about money, intimacy, or parenting styles? Together we can overcome your obstacles and you can achieve the trust, connection, and intimacy you are seeking! I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern working with individuals, couples, and families to improve their quality of life. I utilize a variety of techniques to help reduce dysfunctional behavior and improve communication in relationships. Call me today!
Psychoanalytic
(512) 872-3178
Austin, Texas 78746
Paul Boone, Counselor  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MDIV, LPC, LMFT, LCDC
“When marriages aren't working very well or are on the brink of divorce it really feels bad; like the rug is getting pulled out from under you. Often there are solvable reasons for why these things happen but couples weren't given that handbook when they got married. That's where I come in. I am motivated by past successful turn arounds to help couples develop a high degree of success in their relationship for the future. Something that once they have learned how to do it they can take with them because it is portable.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 451-8818
Austin, Texas 78759
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.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 843-8658
Austin, Texas 78745

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Psychoanalysis is an in-depth form of therapy. The client learns what conscious and unconscious wishes drive their patterns of thinking and behavior on the theory that, by making the unconscious conscious, they will make more educated choices over how they think and act.

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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.