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

Susan C Houchins, Psychologist  in Austin
“Personal distress has many sources: difficult circumstances, lack of fulfillment, relationship struggles, painful past, and barriers to better behavior. And distress shows up in many forms: anxiety, depression, anger, destructive acting out, substance abuse, and physical symptoms. It is difficult for us to view ourselves with objectivity. Family and friends, though well meaning, often have their own agendas. An educated and confidential third party can be the answer. Drawing from many therapeutic traditions and years of experience, I will help you understand and make corrections to your life that promote growth and happiness.
(512) 337-3962
Austin, Texas 78704
Sally Crocker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“You're doing it! By looking at different profiles in this directory of therapists, you've already begun to shift toward changing whatever difficulty drew you here. It's actually a huge step--to start looking for a person that you hope you can trust enough to say "Hey, I need some help here." Whether the difficulty is a shockingly new one or an achingly familiar one, it can help to find a compassionate, skilled professional to help you through.
(512) 524-9467
Austin, Texas 78704
Austin Psychotherapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“My name is Scott Harpst, LCSW, LMFT, and I have over 25 years of clinical experience. My post-graduate training includes marital and family therapy and Ericksonian hypnosis/psychotherapy. I see children, adolescents, adults, couples and families dealing with life's toughest issues, such as trauma and abuse as well as depression, anxiety or personal growth issues. I use a client-centered solution-oriented approach in my practice. I believe it is crucial to have a strong therapeutic connection between client and counselor. By engaging in authentic dialogue, the client can begin the process of opening the heart.
(512) 326-9151
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
Rachel Gunner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“Psychotherapy is an art and a science. The art is the use of oneself combining the intuitive sense; the naturalness in expressing comfort and caring; the ability to relate to all people; and the comfort in self-disclosure. The science is the skills and techniques we learn and the knowing what techniques will be helpful in moving clients beyond their walls towards a healthier life Please go to my website at to read my philosophy about psychotherapy, coaching and mediation.
(512) 337-4480
Austin, Texas 78704
Joseph S Bosarge, Psychologist  in Austin
“My ideal client is someone who has become frustrated with traditional less active therapy. I tend to be more solution focused, with an emphasis on problem solving. I want to help my patients make positive changes in their life that help them become the person they want to become.
(512) 660-1853
Austin, Texas 78704
Cheryl A Sipkowski, Counselor  in Austin
“Hi - thank you for taking time to read my profile. I think it is brave to take the step to find help, and if you choose to work with me, I will make every effort to help you feel comfortable and safe, yet challenged to make positive changes in your life. Sometimes trying to handle life on your own can be difficult - especially when you are emotionally close to your situation. In exchange for your willingness to reach out, I will work to offer you support, guidance and a new perspective.
(512) 430-4531
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
Scott Kampschaefer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Recovering from depression and anxiety can be difficult, as well as working to build and enrich relationships. Addictions can also be a barrier to personal growth and freedom. Childhood trauma can also keep us from growing and thriving as individuals. In our work together, we can explore these and find ways to recover from them to help free up energy that gets trapped inside to help you be more functional. I use a combination of methods which includes focusing on body-based awareness to help get your brain and mind to work for you rather than against you.
(512) 843-0659
Austin, Texas 78704
Regan Lester-Rodriguez, Psychologist  in Austin
“My theoretical orientation is varied depending on your needs. I help you to formulate your therapy goals in a collaborative fashion. Although therapy can be distressing at times, I often use humor to decrease distress and increase coping skills. In addition, I use EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) techniques to build resources for positive coping skills. EMDR can help you face uncomfortable emotions, such as anxiety or depression, and reprocess traumatic memories.
(512) 763-5962
Austin, Texas 78704
Miranda Jane  in Austin
“I specialize in body-based techniques combined with talk therapy to address issues at their core: in the nervous system. When your mind and body are working against each other, it can show up as anxiety, depression, or physical ailments that doctors often have a hard time diagnosing. By learning the language of your body, you can gain insight, self-compassion, and relief!
(512) 872-5390
Austin, Texas 78704
James Todd Riddle, Counselor  in Austin
“Finding answers, resolutions, and ultimately healing in the middle of some of life's most difficult times can be challenging. Help is about being guided to internal solutions that may be hidden by the intensity of the pain or the complexity of the challenge. Capital City Counseling can help. As a practitioner of counseling arts, I am deeply committed to being present, connected, creative, and caring. Through the use of these attributes, I seek to guide clients down a path of discovery...a path to healing one's self
(512) 400-2099
Austin, Texas 78704
Karen Collett Lpc Intern Supv By Juliane Taylor Shore Lpc-S  in Austin
“Counseling is a second career for me. In my first career, I worked as a software engineer for over twenty years. When I lost my job in 2010, I was initially devastated. After a time, however, I realized that I had an opportunity to pursue a new career that was more emotionally fulfilling than working with computers. Having personally benefited from psychotherapy, becoming a counselor was an obvious choice. Although counseling isn't likely to be as financially rewarding as software engineering, I decided that the heart-felt rewards of helping people would more than make up for that.
(512) 430-4519
Austin, Texas 78704
Karen Kennedy, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you ruled by worry and anxiety? Are you having difficulty managing relationships with your family, friends and co-workers? Do you feel bogged down by your past? Do any of these describe you: self-critical, angry, confused, stuck, lacking self-esteem. Effective therapy can help you resolve these issues, and have a more fulfilling life. I work best with people who want a real connection in therapy, not a cookie-cutter, or blank slate approach.
(512) 782-0165
Austin, Texas 78704
Benjamin J Warner, Counselor  in Austin
“Seeking out counseling can be a difficult, yet very rewarding choice. Often clients come in with problems that are incredibly painful, stressful, and frightening. After working through their issues, clients are often surprised to find they have gained deep insight, compassion, joy, and wisdom for themselves and others. They often look back at their suffering and can view it as the "best problem of their life." I find turning challenging life circumstances into this best problem focus is an effective goal for many of my clients.
(512) 843-7473
Austin, Texas 78704
Katie Dillingham (Supvr Juliane Taylor Shore Lpc-S)  in Austin
“Are you in your 20's and struggling with anxiety and depression? Many people in their 20's are trying to decide a major life altering question such as "Should I marry my boyfriend/girlfriend? What do I want to do professionally? How do I move forward as an adult when many times I feel emotionally stuck in the past?" These are major life altering questions that can bring on feelings associated with anxiety and depression and can feel really overwhelming and unmanageable at times.
(512) 605-1720
Austin, Texas 78704
Jason A Sipkowski, Counselor  in Austin
“My hope for every client is to obtain the highest benefit possible from counseling. I strive to join with each client at the point they feel most comfortable in order to begin the journey of permanent change. By uncovering the inner strengths that everyone possesses, I work with clients to overcome challenging life obstacles while partnering with them to assure the counseling direction is a perfect fit.
(512) 299-3557
Austin, Texas 78704
Traci Campbell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The strength of my practice is in creating a safe space for my clients to identify, listen to, and trust their own emerging insights. My intuitive and direct approach allows me to adapt the tools I use to support each client's goals regardless of life-stage or issues. I believe that everyone has the capacity to make life-transforming changes; my client's willingness, honesty, and self-effort create the platform for a new life of unlimited potential.
(512) 522-5963
Austin, Texas 78704
Stacy Watkins, Counselor  in Austin
“Group therapy can be more effective than individual therapy. Most struggles that bring people to therapy are interpersonal in nature. Depression, anxiety, relationship struggles, grief, loneliness - all have to do with our feelings in relationship to others. Within the context of relationships is often where we get hurt and it is within the context of relationships where we are healed. We live and work in groups every day. The best indicator of success in life is how well we function in groups. I encourage you to consider how group therapy could enrich your life.
(512) 649-0373
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
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