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

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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 ducks-in-a-row.com and/or irenetobis.com.
(512) 649-1067
Austin, Texas 78704
Jill Pressley, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you struggling with depression or anxiety? Grappling with the challenges of invisible and/or chronic illness? Need help with a difficult relationship? Are you motivated for change? If so, I'd like to help. My approach is nonjudgmental, collaborative, relaxed, and warm. I draw from a variety of approaches including current brain science to best suit your strengths, vulnerabilities, and current struggles.
(512) 270-6153
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
Becky Read Baker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Has your life taken an unexpected turn? Do the circumstances you face feel frightening or overwhelming? Are you managing symptoms of depression and/or anxiety? Life demands change from all of us. Therapy can be helpful as we move through life's transitions. I work with issues that arise from our significant relationships, our career, and the general issues of grief and loss that inevitably arise over the course of life If you are considering therapy for yourself or your family members, I hope you will feel free to call.
(512) 899-3933
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
“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
Sarah Faehnle Mast, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice focuses on assisting teens and adults increase their awareness and skillfulness to make changes they want to see in their lives. I help teens learn to feel better about their relationships, feel more in control of their emotions, practice being who they want to become, and feel less alone. I help adults who feel stressed, overwhelmed, and tired of trying to be perfect or take care of everyone else feel grounded, supported, nourished, and learn to be kind to themselves.
(512) 607-7614
Austin, Texas 78704
Renee Thanos, Counselor  in Austin
“You may be struggling with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, loss or adjusting to recent changes in your life. Let's work together in a collaborative relationship to identify the challenges you face and problem solve how to create more space and energy for joy in your life. I provide compassionate support in a safe space to guide you in reaching your goals.
(512) 213-2974
Austin, Texas 78704
“Do you feel sad, stressed, angry or easily frustrated, or have any other mood issues that do not seem to go away? Are you worried about how your mood effects others at home and/or at work? If so, keep reading. I have had over 20 years of experience working with teens, college students, adults, seniors, various ethnic groups, and LGBT clients. I use a varying approach to therapy including CBT which is great for changing negative thoughts and behaviors. I enjoy a comfortable and direct approach in order to help people deal with life's challenges. I am originally from the Boston area.
(512) 825-7468
Austin, Texas 78704
Elaine G Tuccio, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, EMDR
“Therapy is a place to find your true self. It is a place to learn to leave behind judgement, frustration, worry, and unhappiness. These conditions cause separation, drain lives and result in emotional isolation. Relationships can feel bogged down in conflicting needs or demands. Obligations can freeze choices, relationships suffer from within and without. Gaining back happiness takes imagining change can be possible. My office provides a safe therapeutic environment where you can find the meaning missing in your life, your marriage, family and true self.
(512) 337-3375
Austin, Texas 78704
Cliff Hamrick, Counselor  in Austin
“Do you feel like the obstacles in your life are too big to overcome? Do you feel depression, anxiety, or anger are ruining your chances at happiness? Do you feel overwhelmed by life itself? Is your relationship lacking the love you remember? Too often, people feel helpless in the face of the obstacles in their life. I want you to feel empowered to conquer and master them. My goal is to help clients learn how to manage their own mental health issues and to become lifelong custodians of their own happiness and wellness. You can overcome whatever is facing you.
(512) 400-2195
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
Linda W. Melnick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMFT, RPT-S
“Life is busy, changes quickly, and we all hit speed bumps. Social and academic crises, trauma, grief, and life transitions are some of the challenges my clients face. I see children (including infants 0-3), adolescents, families and adults, and offer a safe, supportive environment for clients when they're stopped or slowed down. I work to help clients build and deepen healthy connections within families, fine tune or learn new skills, and increase confidence. My approach is direct, respectful, collaborative. I listen closely to help build an individual plan.
(512) 861-8467
Austin, Texas 78704
Christie Sprowls, Psychologist  in Austin
“People tell me they are initially drawn to my warmth, authenticity, and positive nature, but what keeps them coming back are the results they attain. One of my abilities is to see peoples "best self", their potential, and to mirror it back to them in a way that supports them to take action. My goal is to create an inviting and non-judgemental environment in which to explore and actively pursue your emotional, personal, and professional growth. Providing a balance between support and challenge, we work collaboratively to identify patterns that are no longer useful and to develop strategies for change.
(512) 649-9371
Austin, Texas 78704
Jeannie Schillaci, Psychologist  in Austin
“I work with my clients to form a trusting relationship to make difficult emotions feel safer to explore. Often we try to avoid painful emotions (anger at someone we love, envy of a close friend, grief over loss), which impedes us from working through them. With a collaborative relationship and proven techniques, I help clients quickly tap into complex, often confusing feelings, thereby gaining insight and the ability to change that make relationships, career, and life in general more satisfying.
(361) 277-1927
Austin, Texas 78704
Rebecca Davenport, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CEAP, PA
“I collaborate with clients to resolve problems in living, to promote emotional growth and to facilitate personal and professional success. My therapeutic style is warm, direct and interactive. I believe that each of us can make mindful choices to create a gratifying life, to care for ourselves and our family and to find meaning in the difficulties and catastrophes that can complicate our course.
(512) 540-5571
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
Catherine Olczak, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, EMDR
“During more than 15 years of experience as an individual, couples, family and group therapist, I have been privileged to witness my clients' strength, resilience and progress. They have taught me that it is our relationship during the therapeutic process that is most valuable. As a result of a consultative approach with my client, I utilize the most effective technique(s) that will best satisfy my clients' therapeutic goals and objectives. I strongly believe in the mind-body connection and I emphasize the healing role of stress reduction and emotional self-care. Not accepting new clients at this time.
(716) 817-8213
Austin, Texas 78704
Barbara Nadalini- Priesnitz Lpc Intern Supv By Juliane Shore  in Austin
“Personal growth is the primary endeavor of life, borne out in identity, relationship, meaningful work, altruism, art, sex, spiritual seeking, and many other ways to experience and express the joys and pains of life. It is through both experience and expression that growth comes.
(512) 270-3415
Austin, Texas 78704
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