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Therapists in Austin

Ginger Courtney, Counselor  in Austin
“I believe in taking into account the entire individual and stage of mental health when considering a plan of action. There are many ways for individuals to target specific issues with natural techniques that, once learned, can be utilized over a lifespan when needed and allow us control our own progress and wellness. For example, making changes in diet and exercise help improve not only our mental health but all other aspects of our lives. I am eclectic in my approach but believe that a foundation must be built with a collaborative relationship.
(512) 561-0609 x7
Austin, Texas 78723
David Jenkins, Psychiatrist  in Austin
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, stuck, or anxious in your life or relationship? My understanding is that life involves all of who we are - the interplay between mind, emotions, body, and spirit. If something feels out of balance or lacking in your life, causing you anxiety, depression, anger, self-doubt, confusion, or a feeling of things being out of control, then my approach to counseling can help. I have found that increasing one's self awareness and self acceptance are the building blocks of any change process, and I will work with you to honor your process while identifying your preferred direction for positive change.
(512) 430-5234 x2
Austin, Texas 78759
Tori Olds Phd, Psychologist  in Austin
“As a therapist, I am honored by the opportunity to help individuals find greater peace, strength, and fulfillment. Often our lives are so busy, there is very little opportunity to stop and discover where support is needed. Taking this time for oneself, whether to reflect on one's relationships, to work through difficult emotions, or to gain awareness as to one's behaviors or self-perceptions, can be transformative. Because self-compassion is key to healing, I try to template compassion through my own emotional engagement and respect for the client and his/her experience.
(512) 649-0228
Austin, Texas 78703
Michael Mahan, Counselor  in Austin
“Do you lack love, joy, and peace? Do you remember a time when you felt those? Life is a constant process of change, but sometimes we get off the particular path of change which we had wanted. Relational conflict, anxiety, depression, anger issues, substance abuse, addictions, unresolved trauma or grief and loss all are symptoms that indicate that it is time for help to get back onto our personal path of growth.
(512) 271-3743
Austin, Texas 78723
John V Jones, Counselor  in Austin
“I have been working with clients for some 20 years. I am particularly interested in working with young & older adults who are going through major transitions in their lives, e.g. graduation into the job market, career transitions, relationship transitions, retirement, etc. I view counseling as an interpersonal process that involves respect and trust between counselor and client. Likewise, counseling provides people with a safe space where they can openly explore what is important to them without fear of judgment. I believe the work involved in counseling is exploratory, challenging, and growth-oriented.
(707) 376-9442
Austin, Texas 78759
Stacy Baugh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“It takes courage to begin therapy where you talk through issues and examine challenges in your life. An important first step to feeling better and making changes is to find the therapist right for you. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I believe in starting where you are, identifying your strengths and building on them. I am a non-judgmental listener, and interested in you. It's important to me that you feel comfortable, safe, and supported in the therapist-client relationship. I will work collaboratively with you to identify goals and make positive changes in your life.
(512) 553-4178
Austin, Texas 78704
Shay Zimmer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Most of us are suffering because no one ever taught us that we have a choice not to. I believe that we should have the freedom to develop as authentic human beings. Therapy assists in this development by providing insight into your emotions, thoughts and behaviors. I would like for you to use your experiences from our sessions and incorporate them into your own life allowing for you to find greater clarity in the actions you take. My intention is for you to feel safe with me in our sessions so that you can get the most out of our time together during this process.
(512) 872-3072
Austin, Texas 78701
Robert Slavis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been in individual private practice as a psychotherapist for over 8 years. As a whole, I bring 17+ years of clinical experience providing counseling and psychosocial supports to children, adolescents, and adults. This experience includes counseling, school & medical social work, and crisis intervention.
(512) 686-2327
Austin, Texas 78759
Carolyn Poole, Counselor  in Austin
“You're searching for a therapist because you or someone you care about is suffering. The purpose of my work is to provide you with the skills and healing necessary to allow you to live in freedom. Freedom from the pain of trauma and abuse; freedom from the weight of addiction, depression, or anxiety; freedom to see your relationships grow. I work actively and compassionately to provide a warm, supportive, safe atmosphere that facilitates your emotional health and well-being. Together we discover how you may become free of the feelings that prevent us from living our lives fully.
(361) 255-4955
Austin, Texas 78746
Amber Baldwin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a psychotherapist, my role is to help facilitate and support you, the client, in discovering, processing, and most importantly, deciding if changing some strategies you may have needed to implement in negotiating your life is a next step in your treatment. It can take time to identify influencing factors at play in the problems experienced in life. Through the development of a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship, we will identify issues, if not already clear to you, and take action in the therapeutic relationship itself to develop the relational, emotional, and or behavioral skills you determine need to be the focus of your treatment.
(512) 872-2446
Austin, Texas 78751
Jillian Bontke, Counselor  in Austin
“I specialize in working with people in their young adult years, twenties and thirties. I provide a safe, supportive environment and a place where you feel comfortable to explore different issues and goals. Life is challenging, but finding help should not be. I understand that finding the right therapist is not easy. Take the time to review my website to find additional information about my practice.
(832) 850-5737
Austin, Texas 78731
Get Out of Your Head Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
“AshleyDawn, founder of Get Out Of Your Head Therapy, is passionate about making counseling services accessible to people from all walks of life - which is reflected in her fee for services. She is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist & a Licensed Professional Counselor. She spent many years working in Corporate America before deciding to change her career. She has experienced first-hand the benefits of psychotherapy, and that is why she seeks to provide her clients with skilled help. AshleyDawn has a passion for helping survivors of sexual trauma & abuse find wholeness in addition to counseling services for individuals, couples & families.
(512) 969-6213
Austin, Texas 78701
Katy Koonce, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that a lively and genuine therapy relationship can be a means to healing and self-discovery. My goal is to help folks gain access to a full range of emotions. As the premiere psychotherapist working with transgender clients in Austin Texas since 1998, I bring unparalleled knowledge and skill to those seeking to understand their own unique identities. I am an affirmative psychotherapist using relational and attachment theory, utilizing mindfulness related to interpersonal neurobiology, I work with individuals, couples, groups and am a Board-approved supervisor for therapists, faciliting individual and group consultation for professionals.
(512) 337-4961
Austin, Texas 78704
Cynthia de las Fuentes, Psychologist  in Austin
“Individuals, couples, and families who come to my office are generally in some sort of pain or discomfort, moving back and forth between what is happening in their lives and what they want from life. Our conversations help shed light on why this is happening and what we can do to help you feel better. Although I use a variety of psychotherapeutic methods in my practice, the foundation of my work is in the relationship we create, the trust we establish, and the compassion we share. I welcome you to my practice.
(512) 649-8239 x1
Austin, Texas 78746
Kristin Shanahan, Counselor  in Austin
“Counseling is a process of self-discovery and exploration which requires an open mind, patience and collaboration between the counselor and client. I support people in their desire to better understand themselves, often during times of depression, anxiety and life transitions. In a safe, nurturing environment we explore and discover your patterns of behavior and how they may hinder you from living a meaningful life. At times this may include completing assignments outside of the office, art therapy or meditation. I also work with clients on becoming more mindful and aware of their thoughts, beliefs and emotions.
(512) 337-4941
Austin, Texas 78703
Dena Hutton, Counselor  in Austin
“Do you find yourself repeating patterns in your life and/or relationships? Do you feel stuck or powerless to change? Is your relationship in crisis? I can help. I believe deeply that change is possible for anyone, and it begins with a safe and accepting environment to explore the barriers to happiness. My approach to therapy is warm, direct, non-threatening and empowering, with a focus on identifying patterns and obstacles that prevent you from reaching your goals. You can improve communication, heal wounds, release resentment, live life more fully.
(361) 255-4530
Austin, Texas 78746
January Martin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCDC
“I believe therapy should not be a mysterious process; it is about establishing a safe connection, increasing self-awareness, and taking risks. I am direct, interactive, and strongly believe that people change through healing relationships. In sessions we will work together at a pace that feels right for you. We will identify and prioritize your goals, address problems that get in the way of your success, and collaboratively build lasting solutions. I will listen to and accept your feedback about how we are working together.
(512) 948-3370
Austin, Texas 78746
Peter F. Daniels, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSEE, LCSW, CSAT-S
“Finding the right therapist can be like choosing among healthcare plans or tax preparation options...a tedious necessity in trying to meet your particular needs. 17 years of professional and clinical experience has helped me refine service to men, women and couples addressing life's most complicating issues (infidelity, sexual compulsivity, PTSD, communication problems...). Based on your assessed needs, our work together will be sensible, practical and results-oriented. I believe you and your relationships can find relief, recover and even thrive in the midst of debilitating challenges.
(512) 518-6214
Austin, Texas 78723
Chelsea Vaughan, Psychologist  in Austin
“Healthy sleep plays an important role in all areas of day-to-day functioning. If you or your child are struggling with difficulties falling and/or staying asleep, nightmares, sleepwalking, or mood problems related to insufficient sleep, you are well aware of this. I specialize in the treatment of sleep disorders using behavioral treatments (versus medication). Additionally, I provide general clinical child services for problems such as anxiety, depression, phobias, behavior issues, family/peer conflict, and pain management.
(512) 686-2578
Austin, Texas 78730
Danielle Elan Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, R-DMT
“Psychotherapy is an opportunity to engage in a supportive, collaborative, and dynamic partnership. Therapy is a creative process of self-exploration, self-discovery and self-understanding. With my client's goals and needs always leading the work, I draw from my expertise in psychodynamic models of "talk therapy," dance/movement therapy, breathwork, and experiential mindfulness practices, to help my clients become unstuck and embody health, growth, and change.
(512) 865-5048
Austin, Texas 78702
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