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Psychoanalytic Therapists in Austin

Joan Yamini, Counselor  in Austin
“Often it is a life crisis that brings people to therapy; whether it is internal or external. Making the connection of trust and support with the therapist is the first step to the work. I believe in the power of therapy to change patterns that interfere with relationships and satisfaction in life. Over time I have developed great confidence in the benefit of exploring family of origin relationships and how they play out in life. Understanding these patterns is often crucial to change and improvement in anxiety and depression.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 920-5613
Austin, Texas 78701
Jennifer Bilbrey Lpc Intern Lmft-A Supervised By Kat Elrod Ms Lpc-S  in Austin
“I work with both individuals and couples and my passion is working with low self-esteem. Low self-esteem can significantly damage relationships, as people struggle with not feeling good enough. These feelings may have recently started, or go a long way back. During therapy, I will pay particular attention to helping you feel safe and supported, explore the origins and consequences of feeling unworthy, and ideally help guide you to a stronger, happier sense of yourself. I also offer a sliding scale and flexible scheduling.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 607-7459
Austin, Texas 78746
“I am a licensed Psychologist with advanced post-doctoral training in psychoanalysis. I offer both psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, working with you to determine which form of treatment best meets your needs. My training allows me to work with people struggling with a range of difficulties, including interpersonal relationship issues, familial issues, childhood and adult trauma, anxiety, depression and artistic and career inhibitions. I often work with patients who have tried therapy in the past without obtaining the relief they'd hoped for. Visit my website: mariannaadler.com I will be happy to speak with you by phone to answer your questions.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 453-9225
Austin, Texas 78731
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
Jennifer Baca Lpc Intern Supervised By Candyce Ossefort Russell Lpc-S  in Austin
“I believe there comes a time in everyone's life when we will feel lost, disconnected or hopeless. We sometimes lose our ability to deal with life's challenges.This inability to deal with life's challenges can be frightening, confusing and problematic. What is needed at such moments in our life is an attuned and trusted other. Someone who can believe in us when we can't believe in ourselves. It is in this kind of therapeutic relationship where old wounds are healed and we learn to trust, manage our emotions and reconnect to our wise and true self.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 960-3058
Austin, Texas 78750
Stephanie Martinez, Counselor  in Austin
“Therapy is a collaborative process that encourages self-exploration and finding tranquility with oneself. You can expect a safe and serene place to explore your thoughts and feelings. I am a bilingual Spanish speaking therapist. I treat a broad range of clients including adolescents, children, couples, and families. I've had experience in residential treatment centers, non-profit agencies, and private practice settings that have provided a wider spectrum for me to learn and grow as a therapist.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 213-4797
Austin, Texas 78745
Beth Block, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“My goal is to create a safe and comfortable space where clients can articulate their inner experience through both words and symbols. Deeper and clearer understanding unfolds as we engage in the therapeutic process with both a playful curiosity and a nonjudgmental attitude. I listen deeply and empathize with clients, while simultaneously encouraging them to confront the unhealthy roles, ineffective patterns and behaviors, and difficult emotions that are keeping them stuck in their lives. I believe that psychotherapeutic work profoundly transforms our inner worlds. It is truly a gift to be witness, partner, and guide on this journey.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 961-1457
Austin, Texas 78759
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
Allen Lambert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-S, CGP
“I will demonstrate a full and accepting understanding of your difficulties, and I will listen keenly and show complete respect. I work to make sessions time-effective, frequent when needed and intermittent when feasible. We'll collaborate toward pragmatic solutions, and work toward your goals, not mine. I will challenge you and exert "gentle" pressure at times. I check regularly on how you feel about the therapy process and our working relationship. The quality of our working relationship is fundamental. We expect problems to arise at times, and we take care of them right away.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 487-1991
Austin, Texas 78705
Kate Wegler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Seeking change through psychotherapy can be an effective way to gain insights, positively manage stress and heal from painful experiences that may leave us feeling anxious, sad, angry or generally struggling to feel well. I provide a safe, supportive working relationship with the goals of empowering and supporting you to find hope and changes that make life better. I specialize in working with young adults and adolescents as well as those with a history of trauma.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 686-4436
Austin, Texas 78731
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
Janice M. Morris, Psychologist  in Austin
“I like to help people have better lives. In psychotherapy, our primary task is to collaborate in understanding your thoughts and feelings, past and present, and learn what keeps you from having the life you want. New insights and experiences in psychotherapy are the keys to better relationships, to dealing with life's challenges, and to finding meaning in your life. I am devoted to providing the highest quality of professional treatment. I have over 30 years of training and experience treating individuals and couples, and more than 20 years of specialized training in the practice of group psychotherapy.
Psychoanalytic
(361) 596-3936
Austin, Texas 78759
Victoria Shackelford, Counselor  in Austin
“If you or you adolescent child are struggling with the effects of life changing stressful and traumatic events, such as domestic violence, sexual assault, the death of a loved one, the breakup of a long term marriage or a once loving relationship and are seeking help to make your way through the chaos---consider archetypal psychotherapy to make meaning from the way we engage these traumatic difficulties as we make our way in life. I provide Jungian Psychotherapy services for couples, adults and adolescents suffering, Trauma, Anxiety, PTSD, depression, grief, anger and loss of meaning in life.
Psychoanalytic
(210) 468-7214
Austin, Texas 78746
Julia M. Hoffman  in Austin
MA, Spirit, Trans, Personl, Intuit
“Are you making your decisions based on fear or based on love? Finding comfort, safety, and trust in a relationship can be tough at times. When inner dissonance becomes unmanageable it typically translates to feeling "off" within yourself and within your relationships. You are on a unique path that no other has ever traveled. The co-creative space between us is sacred and navigating it with you would be an honor and privilege.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 575-2053
Austin, Texas 78735
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...
Psychoanalytic
(512) 213-6625
Austin, Texas 78746
Kathleen Mary Sheehan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, JD, MSSW, LCSW
“My clients are children and families who are stressed due to multiple changes at home or school. They are usually able to meet most difficulties without too much struggle but now need to get a fresh perspective with some outside help. I offer sandplay therapy, a creative, nonverbal play therapy which facilitates the centering and healing process of persons regardless of age-- but is particularly appealing to children ages 5-13. My clients are changing careers, going back to school, or wanting to try something new. My clients are facing life threatening illness and want to clarify their choices.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 865-6355
Austin, Texas 78747
Monrovia C Van Hoose, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that people come into counseling with their own solutions. My job is to create a unique therapy for each individual to help them uncover and build upon strengths they already possess. I seek to make the therapy room a safe & non-judgmental place for all emotional experiences, and a place to make peace with parts of ourselves that we fear & dislike. As clients build compassion for themselves, they find their compassion for others growing, and the strength to examine & change their lives for greater happiness & fulfillment.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 623-7395
Austin, Texas 78751
Blake Davis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Most people and families I meet find themselves in painful, disappointing places in life, disrupted by chaotic or lonesome relationships and families. I tend to work well with people who feel trapped or stuck, that something they can't name is "missing" in their lives. Many of my clients have relied on alcohol or marijuana, shopping, sex, food or social isolation, simply to get by. I work with clients to help them identify problematic ways of living and relating, intent on deepening their life satisfaction and their relationships.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 861-8983
Austin, Texas 78701
Graal Baiocchi Jacobson, Counselor  in Austin
“I am a psychotherapist, licensed professional counselor and drama therapist with 16 years' experience working with individuals, couples, families and groups. In this time frame I have had the opportunity to work with a wide range of populations, such as people diagnosed with major depressive disorder, dual diagnosis, bi-polar disorder, borderline personality disorder and eating disorders. I also have experience working with immigrants and minority groups,individuals who experienced trauma, as well as people seeking for growth, personal development and more meaning in their lives. I am fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Psychoanalytic
(512) 865-5951
Austin, Texas 78746

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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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