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Therapists in Austin, TX 78704
Barton Hills, Bouldin Creek, SoCo, South Austin, South Congress Ave and Travis Heights

Katy Koonce, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that a lively and genuine therapy relationship can be a means to healing and self-discovery. My goal is to help folks gain access to a full range of emotions. As the premiere psychotherapist working with transgender clients in Austin Texas since 1998, I bring unparalleled knowledge and skill to those seeking to understand their own unique identities. I am an affirmative psychotherapist using relational and attachment theory, utilizing mindfulness related to interpersonal neurobiology, I work with individuals, couples, groups and am a Board-approved supervisor for therapists, faciliting individual and group consultation for professionals.
(512) 337-4961
Austin, Texas 78704
Juliane Taylor Shore  in Austin
“Are you feeling frustrated in your relationship? Do you feel like you are living with a roommate not a lover? Whether it's communication problems, constant fighting or difficulty connecting, issues with sex or money or kids, there is hope. I practice couples therapy that is designed to rebuild trust, heal emotional wounds and bring passion back into your relationship. I have experience with treating couples with a variety of issues including the first year of marriage, transition into parenthood, infidelity, fighting about finances and sexual differences.
(512) 649-0452
Austin, Texas 78704
Melissa Vance Wilson, Counselor  in Austin
“Life is a series of ups and downs. I work with couples and individuals who are going through major transitions in their lives and relationships. Symptoms that manifest as result of the life transition are lack of trust, anxiety, depression, grief and poor communication. I counsel my clients from a strength based, direct and honest approach. My practice consists of clients from various ethnic, spiritual and cultural backgrounds.
(512) 920-6112
Austin, Texas 78704
Meg Stephens, Counselor  in Austin
“I am passionate about the mind-body connection and exploring the intersection of counseling, nutrition, and healthy living. While I work with a variety of clients and issues, my practice incorporates an understanding of how our lifestyle influences our moods and personal challenges. I work with clients to establish a holistic approach to their struggles with the goal of creating lasting skills and strategies for the future.
(512) 652-0143
Austin, Texas 78704
Debra Hutchins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you often feel that you "just can't get over" past traumatic or distressing experiences? Are you reliving these experiences, feeling the same intense emotions, bracing yourself against perceived danger, and feeling overwhelmed, immobilized, or near collapse? Do your thoughts, emotions, and actions sometimes make you feel unsafe? Despite your efforts, do feelings of depression and anxiety persist? Are you longing for greater closeness in your friendships and relationships yet feel unsafe with others? If you answered yes to any of these questions, I can help you.
(512) 293-1486
Austin, Texas 78704
Henaris Curiel-Shaw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“If you have experienced loss or trauma in your life, I strive to provide a safe environment to process feelings regarding difficult life situations. I use a combination of approaches to best meet the needs of clients. Most of my work is done in the context of the parent/child relationship, when working with young children and families. With individuals and couples, I allow clients to indentify their inner strength and insight to foster personal growth, or develop deep meaningful relationships.
(512) 549-2132
Austin, Texas 78704
Samantha Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My name is Samantha Miller. I am a licensed clinical social worker and therapist in the Austin area. I began my journey as a mental health professional volunteering in schools and community centers while I received my BA in psychology from New York University. I worked in early childhood education before attending The University of Texas at Austin for my master's degree in clinical social work. Throughout my career I have provided therapy to families, children, and adults in a number of settings. These include schools, residential treatment centers, outpatient programs, and private practice.
(210) 702-3164
Austin, Texas 78704
Tracy Deagan, Counselor  in Austin
“I practice out of a funky South Austin building that once was a church. Folks I work with say my place and I match; we're warm and comforting with an alternative / nontraditional streak. Clients I work well with are usually somewhat alternative and want a nonjudgmental therapist that is alternative friendly and knowledgible. I find that my personal and professional work on exploring and balancing sense of self and increasing self esteem allows me to be very helpful to those working on their sense of themselves, their self relationship, and their relationships with others.
(512) 796-3457
Austin, Texas 78704
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, Sup, by, SKyle, PhDLCSW
“We often share things with loved ones, and this is wonderful and healthy. Sometimes there are things that we may not wish to share with them--this is where having an objective individual can be a great benefit. I provide therapy to those dealing with depression and depressive symptoms, anxiety, trauma stemming from various sources (i.e. relationships, disasters), life transitions, and caregiver challenges. I'm a firm believer in the process of change and the neurobiology behind it. Physical changes occur in the brain during the therapeutic process, so however small a change may feel, it is still real.
(512) 942-0252
Austin, Texas 78704
Irene Tobis, Psychologist  in Austin
“I offer consulting and coaching on personal and professional productivity. My clients are entrepreneurial professionals or managers in a variety of fields including academia and the arts, who who typically work in fast-paced, high-demand environments. I also help these professionals slow down, change focus, relocate, or transition to retirement. Founder and owner, since 1997, of Ducks-In-A-Row® Efficiency Consultants. See and/or
(512) 649-1067
Austin, Texas 78704
Jill Adams, LPC Intern  in Austin
“Have you lost sight of your best self? When we feel stuck, it's hard to remember hope, curiosity and joy. All the "should have's" and "suppose to's" of life can contribute to us feeling down and overwhelmed. I believe that therapy is a unique and powerful tool to help us break free from whatever is holding us back. I want to help my clients to develop the kind of strength needed to make lasting, positive life changes.
(773) 657-5553
Austin, Texas 78704
Rachel Hanss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you in a relationship where you can't stand to stay but can't bear to leave? Or, has a past relationship left you wondering what went wrong? Do you want to enrich a good relationship? Are you deciding if your relationship can be saved? You are not alone. I'd like to help. Asking questions and making decisions about relationships can be difficult and scary.
(512) 523-5262
Austin, Texas 78704
Robert McGarey,   in Austin
“My goal is not to treat dysfunction or illness, but rather to promote your emotional and psychological health; help you develop effective communication skills; and encourage you to create a lifestyle that reinforces self-exploration and personal growth. I help you strengthen skills you already possess and develop new ones, so that you can take charge of your life and feel better about yourself. Whether your main concern is your career, relationships, personal growth or spiritual growth, I can help you take the steps that are necessary to start truly enjoying your life.
(512) 920-6314
Austin, Texas 78704
Jason Sugg, Counselor  in Austin
“Ups and downs in life are unavoidable, and in our crazy modern age they can often feel overwhelming and intractable. Many people have discovered that having an attentive and uninvested listener can be very helpful in times like these. I provide both an empathetic ear as well as an outside perspective that can help you recognize recurring patterns in your relationships with yourself and others as you seek to cope with your unique challenges or make changes in your life. At the same time, our specific challenges are important clues marking the way towards deeper, richer, and more meaningful lives.
(512) 872-3311
Austin, Texas 78704
Caren Morton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, OT
“First of all, you are the expert on you. Additionally, one cannot stand in the middle of something and see all the edges clearly. A therapist serves as an objective guide for a journey toward peace of mind, personal growth and balance. Some typical problems may include: • Repetitive behaviors that can cause difficulties in personal or professional relationships. •Grief, loss or traumatic experiences which feel too heavy or disruptive. •Underlying sadness - without knowing why. •Adjusting to, or preparing, for new life roles and situations. •Excessive anxiety or panic
(512) 523-5207
Austin, Texas 78704
Sangye Teresa O'Mara, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In my practice, I combine compassion, directness and humor in addressing clients' challenges. Safety and respect are key elements in the therapeutic relationship, and we cultivate these together. Areas of expertise include trauma and PTSD, depression, anxiety, grief and loss and relationship issues. I have trained in Hakomi Therapy and am certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. I work with individuals and couples. Providing services to military personnel is of special interest to me.
(512) 649-3273
Austin, Texas 78704
Candyce Ossefort-Russell, Counselor  in Austin
“Change changes you. And whether you're hurt from where you've been, stuck where you are, or confused about where to go, I'm here for you--completely, without reservation. Because right now, you're certainly surviving. But not necessarily thriving. You deserve to learn and grow from every challenge. I can help you through sticky life transitions, horrific grief, chaotic trauma, or living with a sensitive edge. You wouldn't expect to see "sensitive" paired with "edge," but it's sensitive folks (myself included), who have a hard time peeking out, but once we do? We're unstoppable.
(512) 789-6244
Austin, Texas 78704
“Cynthia Benton, M.D. provides psychopharmacology and/or psychotherapy services for adult patients in her private practice in Austin, Texas. She completed medical school at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas and completed her residency in psychiatry at the University of California at San Francisco. She is board certified in General Adult Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. She has served as adjunct clinical faculty at both the University of California at San Francisco and at the Austin Medical Education Programs.
(512) 843-7026
Austin, Texas 78704
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
Mark A Adams, Psychologist  in Austin
“Finding a therapist that is a good match can be a challenge, especially in Austin where there are so many psychotherapists. Research shows that the patient-therapist match strongly affects the quality of the therapeutic relationship, working alliance, and ultimately, the effectiveness of the treatment. This suggests that it is important to evaluate a prospective psychotherapist in terms of both professional variable including training, skills, expertise, as well as personal characteristics. Please check out my website which gives a comprehensive overview of my background and approach to private practice (also accessible through "Visit my homepage" above):
(512) 649-2295
Austin, Texas 78704
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