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Therapists in Austin, TX 78759
Arboretum, Barrington Oaks and Great Hills

Doran Oatman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Loss is everywhere and sometimes we need to tell our loss story over and over again. I offer a safe place to discuss loss and transition as well trauma whether past or current. My practice is client-centered and we begin our work where you are presently.
(512) 843-0436
Austin, Texas 78759
Hannah Hassell, Counselor  in Austin
“People come through my door for many reasons. Some come because they are grieving the loss of a loved one. Some have experienced trauma and are seeking help for their depression, anxiety, panic attacks, and nightmares. Some have been physically or mentally abused and are suffering the consequences of harsh treatment. Some are in bad relationships or may be dealing with an addicted loved one. All come in hopes that they will find relief and healing.
(512) 948-3314
Austin, Texas 78759
Cloyd Taylor, Psychologist  in Austin
“I believe each person is more important and real than any theory. With over 20 years of experience Iíve realized thereís no one size fits all approach. I value working with each person as a unique individual and helping them craft ways to go onward and upwards. I am in private practice with Chupik Counseling and Consulting PA. This long-standing and respected private practice is known for its outstanding patient service, skilled doctors, and caring therapists. I accept most insurance plans and will work with individuals who prefer to pay privately.
(512) 843-8278
Austin, Texas 78759
Louise Tedford, Psychologist  in Austin
“As a therapist, I focus on helping my clients recognize and develop the strengths they may not realize they already have. I am a child, adolescent, and family psychologist who has experience working with a variety of issues such as anxiety (including selective mutism), depression, anger, noncompliance, defiance, impulsive behavior, trauma, parenting, and family relationships. I respect the time and effort that families put into participating in therapy, and I support them in identifying and achieving realistic goals.
(512) 640-2573
Austin, Texas 78759
Steven C Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“Is your child intense? Is your child highly emotional, willful, and gifted? Do you need some new ideas to connect with your child? Within each of us lies greatness: within your child, within you as a person, and as a parent. I can help you and your child access that greatness and nurture it. I work well with intense children, especially boys, who are struggling with behavioral and attention issues. I provide a safe and caring environment, often taking the therapy session outdoors for experiential activities.
(512) 686-5744
Austin, Texas 78759
Dona Stallworth,   in Austin
“The challenges facing today's children and their parents did not exist even ten years ago. Addressing these challenges can lead to success and fulfillment. Not addressing them can lead to serious mental health issues. With over 40 years experience in clinical and educational settings, I work with families to help their children develop the skills they need to be successful in their families, schools, and communities at large. This involves working closely to facilitate the child's social and emotional development.
(512) 626-9636
Austin, Texas 78759
David Garrison, Psychologist  in Austin
“Thanks for taking time to view my information. I try to be what I would look for in a psychologist: someone who is tactful, cares about the person, and responds with both knowledge and compassion. You will find me to be interactive. I will not sit silently or simply reflect what you just said. I will let you know my perceptions and discuss research, making suggestions on ways to feel better. I tend to focus both on your emotions and your thoughts. You will do most of the talking, but you will get a genuine reaction from me.
(512) 649-0271
Austin, Texas 78759
Lisa J Mersky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I offer intensive individual, group, and couples therapy. My approach to psychotherapy is deeply rooted in my belief in each individual's intrinsic potential for healing and each individuals's ability to create a meaningful life. My approach seeks to awaken and restore the basic human drives for connection, understanding, growth and transformation. I work from a mind:body:spirit approach to help clients integrate all parts of themselves, informed by the latest research in attachment theory and affective neuroscience. Through safety and caring, we will develop a deep and authentic relationship as a vehicle for change.
(512) 649-0336
Austin, Texas 78759
Alicia J. Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“Life presents all of us with challenges. I will work with you to understand how these challenges affect the ways in which you think and act, identifying patterns from the past and present that serve as obstacles to your progress. We will find ways to enhance your connections to others and understanding of yourself so that the changes you make will last. My goal will be to help you find meaning in your experience and the confidence to live your life more authentically.
(512) 308-3361
Austin, Texas 78759
Satu Korby, Counselor  in Austin
“Do you feel stuck, want to move past recurring issues and feel happier and more fulfilled? Are you feeling unsatisfied in your current relationships, going through a divorce or break-up, have anxiety, ADHD or feel depressed? Dealing with these issues on our own can be overwhelming. Life can feel more hopeful and challenges seem easier to manage when you have someone who will truly listen and help guide you along the way. I am here to help you realize you can get through anything, that you are enough, and you can live the life you want and love.
(512) 879-9733
Austin, Texas 78759
Patty L. Andrews, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Psychotherapy is an effective tool in learning how to better manage life transitions, to strengthen our relationships with others, and to identify obstacles to personal growth. Together we can create a safe environment in which to explore your thoughts and feelings, your perceptions of self and others, and to gain a better understanding of your emotional needs and desires.
(512) 589-8271
Austin, Texas 78759
Mary Martha Vance, Psychologist  in Austin
“People generally decide to come to therapy when they experience a difference between how their lives are going, and how they would like their lives to be. I welcome the chance to help people make important changes in their lives. While my therapy approach varies from person to person, and is guided by what an individual wants to address, I feel our relationship and mutual trust are essential for effective work in therapy. Depending on someone's concerns, I call upon therapy approaches including mindfulness-based, cognitive-behavioral, hypnosis, and Hakomi therapy. I welcome your inquiry about my practice!
(512) 368-8195
Austin, Texas 78759
Stephanie Trueblood  in Austin
“Do you find yourself feeling stuck or immobilized by indecision in relationships, career choices, etc? Do peace and happiness feel just beyond your grasp? Does it feel like you keep reliving the same patterns in relationships and arguments, that just aren't working for you or your partner anymore? I am passionate about empowering women, men, and teens as they navigate tough issues such as perfectionism, indecision, and relationship difficulties. I also enjoy assisting couples as we explore the complexities of communication, intimacy, connection, and what it means to foster a satisfying relationship.
(512) 578-8070 x115
Austin, Texas 78759
Ashley Ward, Counselor  in Austin
“I have experience working with adults and couples, most of whom have been diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness. I have studied how these diagnoses not only affect the individual, but also the family, and that many times we feel guilt or shame because situations in which we find ourselves may not always be under our complete control. I want to be able to help you discover if this is something that is keeping you from accomplishing your goals or keeping you from being the person you want to be.
(512) 337-4926
Austin, Texas 78759
Anna McElearney, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFT-A, NCC
“Are you wanting to communicate better with your spouse or partner but don't know how? Are you starting to shut down when certain topics come up? Maybe you're wanting to talk things out but your partner/spouse doesn't leaving you feeling as if you don't matter. This can be incredibly frustrating and can leave you feeling alone in your relationship. But, it doesn't have to continue like this. Change is possible.
(512) 354-1551
Austin, Texas 78759
Jan Marquart LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“I began private practice in 1986. I counsel struggling college students, couples in conflict, families in disarray, substance abusers, employers worried about an employee, seniors who lost a spouse or adjusting to aging, daughters in conflicts with their mothers, women in violent relationships. I use writing as a tool if a client is so inclined to write. I have created a 6-week intensive writing course to guide clients through PTSD and other stresses. I have taught this around the world and in sessions. Go to: www.janmarquart.com and click on Unveil the Wounded Self link to the right.
(512) 942-2390
Austin, Texas 78759
Sandra 'Sandi' Wilcox, Counselor  in Austin
“In times of stress, we tend to forget that healing comes from the inside out! Major changes such as marital conflict, divorce, dementia in a loved one, anxiety, or depression may give more questions than answers. Depth psychology provides deeper understanding of your life. Often solutions are crying out from your own heart if only someone would listen. I will listen and together we will find strategies, resources, and solutions so that you have the life and relationships you want. I offer years of experience working with children and adolescents, families, and crisis intervention. Call for free consultation.
(512) 842-9085
Austin, Texas 78759
Suzi McCoy, Counselor  in Austin
“Seasoned, down-to-earth, practical. Let's not get lost in 'analysis paralysis' and get on with Life as authentic, meaningful, and filled with possibilities. Clients say I'm refreshingly interactive. I'd say I challenge folks to attend to the stories they tell themselves about life circumstances and to consciously re-script them as needed. I offer straight-up talking therapy by way of processing our reactions to life events and strategizing behavior change, where necessary. I also utilize approaches 'outside the box,' such as hypnosis, poetry, music, neurolinguistic programming, Gestalt exercises,and humor to illuminate options.
(361) 444-1207
Austin, Texas 78759
Victoria G Wing, Counselor  in Austin
“I help people understand themselves. When you understand yourself - your patterns, your perspective - you can change whatever isn't working in your life, and invite in more of what is. If you're struggling - with depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, difficult family or romantic relationships, feeling vaguely discontent or just plain stuck - I can help you work through it and move forward.
(512) 843-7081
Austin, Texas 78759
Mental Health Austin, Counselor  in Austin
“Counseling is not a job for me; it is a passion! All of us, especially adolescents, have a desire for independence as well as supportive environment in which one feels deeply heard and accepted. In this busy world, we all need a place to regroup, reflect, and begin again! I have experience and post graduate study in the areas of anger management, parenting, grief/loss, anxiety, self harm, and substance abuse. Healing from your personal struggles take dedication & support from an experienced professional. The key to a successful counseling experience is finding the therapist that puts you at ease, allowing you to be fully yourself.
(512) 402-6800
Austin, Texas 78759
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