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Therapists in Austin

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
Rachael Cayton Barden, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“To others, you seem to have it all together, but the pain of your past and future colliding keeps you up at night. Past injuries have a continual hold on you and influence your most important relationships. Acting in line with your heart does not seem possible when you're caught in these patterns. You are stuck, but things can change. Loving yourself and appreciating each moment is an attainable goal, and one that I can help you reach. Through our conversations, you will gain a better understanding of yourself and your beginnings and start to feel more peace within your life and relationships.
(512) 865-5061
Austin, Texas 78759
Rachel Madorsky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Would you like to feel better, gain clarity and have empowering, unconditional support along way? Please know that you can have these things and more. You can get support for wherever you are in your life and wherever it is you would like to be. I am an experienced therapist and want you to have the life you really want. Whether you are concerned about your relationship or are experiencing anxiety in your life, Together, we will address your concerns and help you gain clarity so that you can authentically move forward in your life.
(512) 649-0235
Austin, Texas 78746
Cressida Suess, Psychologist  in Austin
“My approach to psychotherapy is relational, client-centered, and collaborative. I find that the relationship that forms between the therapist and the client is the "driver" of change that occurs during treatment. Therefore, I work to develop a strong, trusting relationship with clients. This requires authenticity and honesty. I also work to meet the individual goals of my clients, which requires a collaborative approach in developing goals for therapy and in figuring out how to best meet those goals. I find that in order to be collaborative, I must work to see the world how my client does.
(512) 540-5157
Austin, Texas 78731
Mary Lynn Marinucci, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“You're already taking the most important step towards thriving in ways that matter to you: you're noticing that something's off track. I can help you take the next steps towards positive, lasting change. Let's learn what's driving your thoughts or behaviors, understand what your feelings are trying to tell you about what you need, and discover or reclaim your strengths. Through my dig deep approach, I help individual clients feel better, build stronger relationships and make healthier choices. I help couples identify and resolve issues related to connection, communication and conflict and have the conversations that need to happen.
(512) 994-2432
Austin, Texas 78702
Angelica Beker  in Austin
“I am currently a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern under the supervision of Lora Ferguson, LPC-S. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin and my Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling at the University of Miami. I believe that building a strong rapport and safe environment for clients is key to a successful therapeutic alliance. Working from strengths-based and solutions-focused approaches, I strive to create a safe and welcoming environment so that individuals feel comfortable discussing their individual needs and concerns, and helping them find healthy, positive ways in working through their challenges.
(512) 354-2065
Austin, Texas 78746
Sara Buckley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-S, LSOTP, EMDR
“I believe that we can make many changes in our lives in a myriad of ways. We can make changes within ourselves by breaking negative thinking patterns, learning new ways to manage and react to feelings, or by changing behavioral habits. We can also makes changes in our physical and social world, and I seek to help you make decisions and find solutions by identifying realistic, practical, acheivable goals. Core to my practice is a belief that therapy does not need to be painful to be effective, and that smaller changes lead to more and bigger changes.
(512) 843-8694
Austin, Texas 78745
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
Michelle John, Counselor  in Austin
“You are making the choice to embrace a new empowered you! Realizing that there is strength in finding support, this choice can lead you to a positive path of growth and well-being. Applying integrative therapeutic techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling life. If you're looking for support and guidance through challenging situations or you're ready to move in another direction, I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals. In a creative atmosphere I can help you uncover your true potential and a life worth celebrating!
(512) 213-4840
Austin, Texas 78702
Leslie Larson, Counselor  in Austin
“I believe therapy is a process helps people to fully participate in their lives. I use several therapeutic styles and a collaborative approach. Together, we identify "the problem," then explore obstacles that block the process. The goal is wholeness and healing and you, as the client, decide what that looks like. Building a safe, respectful and trusting relationship is essential for success ---- as the client defines "success." I also believe that even in the most dire of circumstances, we can find joy, hope and even laughter. I enjoy playing a part in that with my clients.
(512) 540-5595
Austin, Texas 78746
Cerece Rosenthal, Psychologist  in Austin
“Our lives are made vibrant through our relationships and connections with others. In times of stress, depression, anxiety/fear, relationships become strained, self-esteem suffers and daily life becomes difficult and overwhelming. Therapy can provide a healing relationship where you can learn, change and gain new perspectives on yourself and your difficulties. We will collaborate to create a safe environment where powerful change can happen through a non-judgmental working relationship that offers healing, support and growth. By asking questions, compassionately challenging perceptions and providing guidance, my goal is to help you gain new insight to find your own solutions.
(512) 337-1015
Austin, Texas 78703
Caitlyn Weeks  in Austin
“Daily, we encounter challenges and struggles, as well as amazing opportunities for growth, transformation, and joy through intentional relationships. As social beings, we shape and are shaped by the relationships we create. Both personal and professional experiences have led me to develop a deep awareness of the courage it takes to seek support and pursue the hope of positive change.
(512) 337-4086
Austin, Texas 78746
Brett Brightwell, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFTA
“I believe that therapy involves a collaboration between the client/s and the therapist. If a client is not part of the decisions, the ideas, the relationship, and the motivation, achieving the desired change is much more difficult. I understand that being in a long term relationship can be difficult and I believe that everyone needs help navigating the obstacles that we are bound to encounter within partnerships and life. I love being a part of that process. My role as a therapist is to collaborate with, empathize with, support, understand, and encourage my clients.
(512) 843-8718
Austin, Texas 78746
Betsy Stanfield, Counselor  in Austin
“Are you feeling overwhelmed and stuck with a destructive behavior pattern or life situation? Are you frustrated or fearful about the consequences of your behavior for yourself or loved ones? Are you afraid things will never change? I help individuals and couples to break free of these destructive patterns. My professional commitment to you is to provide insight, compassionate support, and new tools to help you navigate through difficult times and improve the quality of your life. You CAN create change in your life and I look forward to exploring how to do that with you.
(512) 761-7919
Austin, Texas 78759
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
Lara Hernandez, LPC Intern  in Austin
“Is your ADHD getting in the way of living a productive, fulfilling life? Are you feeling overwhelmed, sad, disconnected, frustrated, or just feeling like you are getting by in life? Starting therapy can be just the thing you need to help you figure out what is going on and how to move forward to a more fulfilling and happier you! I believe that we all have the ability to heal ourselves and the wisdom to know what is best for our true selves. My role as a therapist is to be a warm, caring, and supportive partner to help guide you towards your goals.
(512) 595-0514
Austin, Texas 78756
Monica Wolfe Stewart, Psychologist  in Austin
“I prefer to use client-directed therapy. Client-directed means you determine what your goals are and together we figure out how to achieve them. I have been working families, adults, and children on a variety of goals to improve their quality of daily life. I use techniques and theories, like mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, interpersonal, and choice theory, fitting your goals and personal philosophy toward change.
(512) 969-2011
Austin, Texas 78746
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
David Clemons, Psychologist  in Austin
“Simply put, my practice centers on helping individuals, couples, and families solve problems. My approach in therapy is to ally with motivations for change. I find that symptoms such as depression, anxiety, conflict in relationships, and other problems often relate to significant life transitions and events. Clients utilize therapy to further self-awarenes and my role is largely to assist in their process. This, at times, involves the acceptance of difficult and painful emotions about past experiences; however, the emphasis of any process is relief and freedom from patterns which have often become more painful than the emotions underlying them.
(512) 649-1106
Austin, Texas 78759
Christopher Shaw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCDC
“I offer individual, group, and family therapy for individuals ages 12 and older who are experiencing a broad range of issues including: Addiction & Recovery, Teenage & Collegiate Recovery, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, substance abuse, ADHD, difficulties at school, low self-esteem, body image issues, spiritual conflict, LGBTQ-specific issues, sexual identity, "coming out," HIV/AIDS, relationship issues, intimacy and sexual issues, divorce, codependency, dislike of 12-step programs, and life purpose. Please visit www.ChristopherShaw.net to learn a lot more about me and to find a link to my recent article in AustinMD Magazine.
(512) 865-6153
Austin, Texas 78746
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