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Therapists in Westlake Hills - Austin, TX 78746

Anne Marie Jennings, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I approach therapy as a partnership with my clients in which you are the ultimate decision maker and I work with you to clear away obstacles and identify opportunities. My clients have successfully overcome or managed depression, anxiety, OCD, trauma, marital stress, parent-child difficulties, domestic violence, substance abuse, bipolar disorder, and anger issues.
(512) 430-4524
Austin, Texas 78746
Nicole Richardson, Counselor  in Austin
“Life can be full of excitement, color and sometimes pain. If you are ready to move forward and directly address the roadblocks to your happiness, then let's get started.l
(512) 337-4955
Austin, Texas 78746
Elayne Lansford, Psychologist  in Austin
“Having practiced for over 35 years, I consider it a pleasure and a privilege to see those who choose to work with me. I am a generalist who enjoys working with a wide range of people. My main areas of expertise include couples therapy, relationship issues, depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders, coping with chronic illnesses, grief and loss, life transitions, and trauma.
(512) 549-2023 x101
Austin, Texas 78746
Rachel Howard  in Austin
“Do you feel lost in the humdrum of your life or that you have wandered off the path of your purpose and meaning? Or get overwhelmed by issues from your past or addictions? Wondering: "How did I get here?". I offer a compassionate, mindful and easy-going approach to counseling, where you the client, is the expert of your life and we will approach counseling holistically and collaboratively to look at all areas of your life and where you are in it and figure out if it's truly where you want to be.
(512) 843-8651
Austin, Texas 78746
A. Michael Johnson, Psychologist  in Austin
“I specialize in the treatment of sexual addiction (Problematic Sexual Behavior - PSB) and have for 14 years, treating hundreds of addicts. I am certified in treating sex addiction (S-PSB). I have more than 100 hours of advanced training in the treatment of sex addiction. PSBs reflect underlying problems in relationships, emotional attachment, affect management, and impulse control. Treatment engages the whole person, not merely suppression of problem behaviors. Therapy requires compassion, acceptance, and respect. I combine knowledge and wisdom with understanding, creativity, and humor in a down-to-earth, practical approach. I am also an Executive and Life Coach.
(512) 540-5042
Austin, Texas 78746
Danie Martinez White, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFT-A
“Seeking support can be a challenging first step. My goal is to help ease you into experiencing the benefits of counseling; whether this is your first time ever attempting counseling or you find yourself in a time where a little helpful support could be just what you need. I believe I provide a welcoming, nonjudgmental space where anyone can come and discover that relief is not far away. Counseling is instrumental in helping someone realize that they are not alone in their challenges. Together, I hope you will find that you do not have to carry your burdens alone.
(512) 772-5890
Austin, Texas 78746
Laurie D Gamble, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CART
“Thank you for your interest in my psychotherapy practice. Austin Family Wellness is dedicated to giving individuals affordable, effective, and compassionate care. Whether it is with a serious mental health issue such as, depression, anxiety, or bipolar, or difficulty letting go of an addiction, Austin Family Wellness is here to help you achieve positive personal growth.
(512) 649-4034
Austin, Texas 78746
Courtney Guess, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you struggling with day-to-day stressors, anxiety, depression, or relational challenges? It is possible to feel more balanced, in tune with your emotions, and prepared to cope with life's challenges. I believe that we all have the ability to heal and make positive changes. I can help you to gain insight into your experiences and discover your strengths.
(512) 730-0181
Austin, Texas 78746
Laura [supervised S. Lansdale] Jackson, LPC Intern  in Austin
“If you're feeling stuck, hopeless, confused, or off track, I can help you reconnect with your deepest self and recover your own sense of who you are and where you're headed. I can support you in getting past old hurts and creating the joyful life you're longing for. I love listening to your story and helping you find the places you want to rewrite it to create a happier ending! I believe the world needs you to shine your light-- and to have the healing you need to get there.
(512) 686-4489
Austin, Texas 78746
Elizabeth Katz, Psychologist  in Austin
“Do you feel that you are struggling to find happiness in your life? Do you find yourself constantly dealing with dilemmas around your physical health, your relationships, loss, or transitions in your life? You are not alone in attempting to deal with these issues. I believe that we all find ourselves struggling with life's dilemmas as we grow and develop as individuals, regardless of age. Many events and situations we experience may result in feelings of sadness, anxiety, distance from others, or a loss of meaning in our lives. I am here to help you find hope and make changes in your life.
(512) 872-2534
Austin, Texas 78746
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.
(512) 540-5800
Austin, Texas 78746
Shannon Bond, LPC Intern  in Austin
“The achievement of true healing and well being is an embodied process - an exploration of the mind and how our thoughts, behaviors and emotions manifest themselves in the body. Our bodies provide wisdom that our minds alone cannot access. It is an integral partnership, facilitated through increased self-awareness and a deep connection to our inner world. My goal is to promote integration of the mind and body, support emotional regulation, harmony, and balance. I strongly advocate for a collaborative therapeutic relationship, with acceptance/non-judgment, safety, trust, and compassion at its core.
(512) 640-2504
Austin, Texas 78746
Andrew Wade, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, LMFTA
“Parents, if you are concerned about your adolescent son (ages 14-25), I am here to help. Adolescence marks a period of tremendous change in the brain and body that can be a source of confusion and turmoil, as well as excitement and potential. I offer support and guidance for young men and their families struggling to adjust to the demands of adolescent life.
(512) 842-6430
Austin, Texas 78746
Kathleen Carmody-Gorman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“I believe it's never too late to change your life, resolve your issues, and heal your woundedness. You have actually started the process by seeking assistance. If obstacles to your peace seem insurmountable, I will help you explore them. I would be privileged to hear your unique story. This is where we will begin.
(512) 961-1263
Austin, Texas 78746
Donna Rich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you having problems in your relationships or with your feelings about yourself? If you are going through a difficult time, therapy can help you to feel more empowered and to learn how to approach your situation in a different way. I have 15 years of experience collaborating with clients to create more rewarding lives for them.
(512) 649-0079
Austin, Texas 78746
Rebecca Kloc, Counselor  in Austin
“Sometimes things happen along the way that are too overwhelming to deal with on your own. A trained therapist can help you identify where you're stuck and provide support while you develop the necessary skills to move forward. Crisis, divorce, behavior issues, ADHD, social/academic issues, grief/loss, life transitions, relationship conflict, and trauma can challenge even the healthiest individuals and families. I guide individuals, couples, and families in their search for solutions and assist them in creating a new sense of normalcy. I see children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families.
(512) 540-5285
Austin, Texas 78746
Thomas Kremer, Psychologist  in Austin
“My clients say that I am a relaxed and accepting therapist, prepared to listen to them and respond to their concerns with insight and strategies for change. I operate from the understanding that our lives are an ongoing process of creation, much of which is outside of our usual awareness, but in which we may learn to take an effective, guiding role.
(361) 444-0227
Austin, Texas 78746
Dave Wofford  in Austin
“Here's a nickel's worth of free advice: These listings are a good place to start (kudos for seeking support - there is not a single one of us who doesn't need it), but there is no paragraph so eloquent that it can substitute for sitting down with someone and finding out who they are and how it feels to talk with them. Meet with as many people as is necessary to find someone you truly trust. Don't settle. There are lots of therapists - yours should be awesome.
(512) 271-5220
Austin, Texas 78746
Karyn Bates, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, LPC, MS
“Karyn Bates
Austin, Texas 78746
Hannah Frankel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“I offer an experienced and thoughtful outside perspective, focused on your needs as you define them. I seek to give my clients coping skills and tools that can provide immediate relief while also supporting them as they work on long-term goals. Your therapy is yours first and foremost, and I enjoy being very open about my opinions and process with my clients so that they can make decisions about their treatment and our work together.
(512) 213-6815
Austin, Texas 78746
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