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

Dara Ellis Weston, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I find joy in helping people discover their courage to face life's struggles. I believe that each person has a unique set of characteristics that makes them powerful to overcome any challenge they have been handed. My approach is direct and unconventional at times while maintaining a constant depth of compassion.
(512) 537-6322
Austin, Texas 78759
Mary McKay Duncan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Inevitably, in the course of supporting our children in building strong and happy lives, we, as parents, are faced with quandries, unanticipated concerns and challenges. Children who are, at times, willful or intense, even anxious or gifted, can benefit from and flourish in the context created by parents willing to think and work outside of the box of everyday parenting. Creative appreciation of your child's daily experience of the world and small victories, maintaining clear limits and reducing energy given to negative behaviors can tip the energetic balance in favor of the emergence of your child's strengths.
(512) 920-6195
Austin, Texas 78759
Barbara Shaw Alford, Psychologist  in Austin
“I see adults of all ages with a wide range of problems. The most common are anxiety, depression, relationships, and life changes. I work hard to create a relationship of mutual trust and ease. I am very interactive as the dynamics and stuck places begin to emerge. Therapy is facilitated by the comfort of being understood, and by discovering self understanding and possibilities.
(512) 649-0433
Austin, Texas 78759
Stacy Ruse, Counselor  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LPC, NCC, CYI
“As a trained DBT, EMDR, and ERP specialist, I help adults and adolescents prevent, manage, and overcome overwhelming emotions, debilitating anxiety, panic attacks, obsessive thinking, compulsive behaviors, phobias, trauma, history of abuse, unresolved grief, self-harm, suicidal thoughts, disordered thinking, and body image concerns. I invest deeply into developing a nonjudgmental, collaborative, warm, and genuine therapeutic relationship that promotes empowerment, and moves clients towards active and holistic healing. I am fully committed to supporting each and every client in order to make long-term permanent changes. I am LGBTQIA friendly and honor diversity in my practice.
(763) 600-7414
Austin, Texas 78759
Chris Kingsbury, Counselor  in Austin
“Hi! I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist serving couples, single adults, men and adolescent males. I am especially experienced in relationship counseling with emphasis on helping clients heal unresolved childhood issues affecting their present living; couples desiring to build deeper relationships, those in career and life transitions, and those dealing with anger, anxiety, fear, stress, depression, self-esteem, loss and grief. I am a Certified Anger Resolution Therapist and have a special interest in this area. I am also certified in Prepare-Enrich for premarital counseling and enjoy helping couples build solid marriage foundations.
(512) 337-4163 x221
Austin, Texas 78759
Karen L Hilton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker with 10 years of private practice experience providing services for children and families with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues. I offer a famliy systems approach tailored to each family's needs in a comfortable and supportive enviornment.
(512) 271-4885
Austin, Texas 78759
“Suzanne Oliver, LCSW and Certified Clinical Gerontologist, is Proper Care's founder. She is passionate about helping aging adults and their families through life's transitions. Experienced at managing geriatric cases throughout the country, she ensures services are provided with the highest qualifications and standards of care. Proper Care staff provide comprehensive life management solutions that allow aging adults to live comfortably and safely in their own home for as long as possible. Individual and family counseling services address grief, depression, adaptation to changing cognitive and physical abilities, and other issues related to life transitions.
(866) 261-6664
Austin, Texas 78759
Nakia Scott, Psychiatrist  in Austin
“I look forward to working with you and your child to help reveal his or her potential. I am a board certified child and adolescent psychiatrist. I am also a Diplomat of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine. I provide psychopharmacology, psychotherapy, and complementary treatments to patients ages 4 through young adult. I graduated from UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, Texas, and was Chief Fellow at Scott and White/Texas A&M Medical School.
(512) 982-9082
Austin, Texas 78759
Holly Wonder, Counselor  in Austin
“I believe that success in psychotherapy ultimately depends on developing a genuine dialogue between you as a person, and me as your therapist. The gentle art of change also means discussing the context of your life-- where you are at now-- and how you got there (including how you developed and maintain the values you live by). Your values provide the "richness" to living. Most of all, the process of psychotherapy means understanding what you've already tried, whether it has worked (or not worked) -- and yes-- what gets in the way of you living a better life.
(512) 271-5341
Austin, Texas 78759
Randy Frazier, Psychologist  in Austin
“Are you stuck in trying to resolve relationship problems? Tired of arguing without resolution? Do you find that the person you fell in love with now feels like your adversary? Trying to work through relationship issues is hard enough, deciding to come to a professional for help may feel even more daunting. I provide a confidential and supportive environment to help you explore issues in your relationship. We will work together to understand more deeply the ways you may be stuck in your relationship with others and to develop coping strategies for improvement.
(512) 861-8948
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
Shirley Cornett, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, PhD, LMFTA
“It's only human to have feelings of fear, anger, disappointment, and confusion when diagnosed with cancer. You may also be challenged by feelings of depression, anxiety, spiritual, and existential concerns as you move through the treatment and post treatment phase. Counseling is a place to address these issues and discuss your fears and hopes regarding treat'ment and your future. Allowing yourself to experience your emotions and enhance your coping skills in a safe supportive environment may lead you to feelings of hope, optimism, and a renewed passion for life.
(512) 981-5797
Austin, Texas 78759
Marcela De La Fuente, Psychologist  in Austin
“I believe in the individual's intrinsic potential for healing, and see life challenges as possibilities to grow. When people decide to seek therapy, they normally do it because they are in some kind of pain or struggle. However, they also have some hope, and the drive to heal, which I use throughout the therapy process to help them.
(512) 948-3075
Austin, Texas 78759
Susan White, Psychologist  in Austin
“If you are ready to seek a compassionate, highly skilled doctor to help you with loss, stress, depression, relationship problems, low self-esteem, sexuality concerns, food/weight problems, or career issues, please give me a call. We will talk briefly and confidentially by phone (or email if you prefer) at no cost to you to assess your needs and goals, without further obligation. My work helps ease symptoms, increases self-knowledge and skills, clarifies needs and wants, and leads to more life and career satisfaction and optimal functioning.
(512) 861-6481
Austin, Texas 78759
Worth Kilcrease, Counselor  in Austin
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and am dedicated to counseling those who are suffering mental, emotional, social, moral, and spiritual pain related to death, dying, and bereavement. I provide bereavement counseling to people of all ages suffering the loss of a parent, spouse/partner, sibling, child, or unborn baby. I have also led bereavement groups for Hospice Austin, the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Austin and Central Texas, the South Texas ALS Association, and the Blood and Tissue Center of Central Texas. I am thoroughly familiar with the mourning and dying processes and the stresses of being a caregiver.
(512) 649-9111
Austin, Texas 78759
Whitney Humphrey  in Austin
“I have the privilege to work beside children, adolescents, and adults in difficult and often confusing times in their lives. My mission is to provide care and clarity for my clients while honoring their values in a way that can strengthen and improve their relationship not only with themselves but with their family and friends as well.
(512) 686-5532
Austin, Texas 78759
John Perry, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My name is John Perry. I am a clinical social worker and currently work as a full time counselor for adolescents and their families dealing with substance abuse. Recently, I also began seeing private clients. Working together we can begin to find individual answers to help relieve stress, uncover fears which might stifle your progress, lift depression, and develop new approaches to a variety of life's problems. I welcome individuals dealing with sexual and gender expression issues.
(512) 271-5134
Austin, Texas 78759
Golden Key Life Coaching,   in Austin
“First, I am a certified Life Coach, not a Therapist nor Counselor. What's the difference? Generally, coaching is action-oriented and coaching relationships are often shorter-term. Our alliance is based on your specific personal projects, achievements and the states of being you desire for your present and future. Ask yourself ; Are you ready to connect more deeply with your authentic self? Increase your self-esteem, self-love and personal awareness? Get unstuck? If you answered YES, Life Coaching is what you're looking for! I only work with clients who are truly ready to dive into personal development.
(830) 268-4715
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
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