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Therapists in Austin

Elaine G Tuccio, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, EMDR
“Therapy is a place to find your true self. It is a place to learn to leave behind judgement, frustration, worry, and unhappiness. These conditions cause separation, drain lives and result in emotional isolation. Relationships can feel bogged down in conflicting needs or demands. Obligations can freeze choices, relationships suffer from within and without. Gaining back happiness takes imagining change can be possible. My office provides a safe therapeutic environment where you can find the meaning missing in your life, your marriage, family and true self.
(512) 337-3375
Austin, Texas 78704
Jev Sikes, Psychologist  in Austin
“In therapy people integrate the many aspects of themselves so that they feel more whole and authentic. As a therapist, I try to help people bring their feelings into awareness, and to have compassion for these feelings, allowing them to be an avenue for deeper connection with themselves and others. I believe that symptoms of anxiety and depression are often the result of blocked impulses to be intimate/close, to be angry or flee, and many other feelings, such as vulnerability, tenderness, sadness, and loss. I therefore provide a safe atmosphere in which self-exploration and self-care are paramount.
(512) 861-8779
Austin, Texas 78703
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
Alexander Scott Cone Jr, Counselor  in Austin
“My approach to therapy is that the client is the expert on their life. I am not. Therapy often can be about change. Change can sometimes be uncomfortable as old thoughts and beliefs are challenged in the present. An evolution, through this experience, my take place through both the client and myself. Therapy can also be about the opportunity to consider different possibilities a person may perceive in their life. My hope is to ask questions and listen for themes that can be brought to light in an accepting and safe space.
(512) 960-3547
Austin, Texas 78746
Andrew M Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We often attempt to find purpose by accumulating successes - a new job, a new car or even a new hobby. True purpose, however, is often discovered on the heels of life falling a part- a significant loss, failure or the painful realization that life is not what you hoped it would be. These events often propel us on a journey of self-discovery. As your counselor, my job is to provide support and guidance to you on your journey. I have over 20 years of counseling experience based on spiritual principles, modern psychological insights and change theory.
(512) 402-6806
Austin, Texas 78738
Lisa Madsen, Psychiatrist  in Austin
“I am an adult psychiatrist in private practice. I provide comprehensive psychiatric treatment that integrates psychotherapy and medication management. My treatment philosophy centers around the belief that healing occurs within the context of a compassionate therapeutic relationship between doctor and patient.
(512) 982-9062
Austin, Texas 78731
Penni Patterson, LCSW, MBA, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
“As a therapist with 25 years of experience and extensive training, I understand the complexities of suffering and healing. Professional peers have described me as "exceptionally attuned," "warmly down to earth" and "to the point." I offer a compassionate, accepting, and knowledgeable presence to the therapy relationship. Because this relationship is paramount to your therapy experience, I offer a free initial consultation so that you can see if the fit is right. I believe that human beings have an amazing ability to gain insight and create change in their lives and am dedicated to this process for my clients and myself.
(512) 960-3245
Austin, Texas 78701
James S. Maxwell, M.A., M.Ed., LPC, Counselor  in Austin
“Healthy relationships energize and add zest to your life; stressful relationships drain energy and cause unhappiness. Relationship counseling can provide you with a safe place and time to explore underlying feelings and gain a new clarity and perspective on your relationships and on your life. Couples can begin to restore harmony and mutual respect in their relationship with each other and improve their emotional connection and sense of intimacy.The focus of my practice is helping others create and sustain healthy relationships.
(512) 271-5251
Austin, Texas 78757
Mary K. Combs, Counselor  in Austin
“I am dedicated to helping people skillfully explore and remove their blocks to empowerment and freedom from suffering. Together we identify your strengths, build confidence, bringing balance and equanimity to the situation; setting you on a path of empowerment and fulfillment. At sometime, almost all face an abyss accompanied by feelings of pain, sadness, uncertainty and we need a gentle hand to guide us...I offer such a hand. My approach is unique for each individual, helping you navigate the challenging dynamics at hand; eliminating stress, anxiety and depression.
(512) 649-5401
Austin, Texas 78701
Jennifer Bilbrey Lpc Intern Lmft-A Supervised By Kat Elrod Ms Lpc-S  in Austin
“I work with both individuals and couples and my passion is working with low self-esteem. Low self-esteem can significantly damage relationships, as people struggle with not feeling good enough. These feelings may have recently started, or go a long way back. During therapy, I will pay particular attention to helping you feel safe and supported, explore the origins and consequences of feeling unworthy, and ideally help guide you to a stronger, happier sense of yourself. I also offer a sliding scale and flexible scheduling.
(512) 607-7459
Austin, Texas 78746
Katherine L. Guenther, Counselor  in Austin
“Tired of feeling controlled by chaos? Do you wish you had more stable relationships? Better control over your actions and reactions? If you are tired of hurting, or feeling like you hurt the people you love, it is my job to help you find a more satisfying way of living.
(281) 305-2841
Austin, Texas 78745
Steven C Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“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
Michelle M Bohls, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, IMAGO, EMDR, GROUP
“Overcoming anxiety and other emotional blocks can be challenging on your own. Working through stuck places in a relationship can be equally difficult without support. Creative people generally find my use of metaphor, archetype, mythology, and images resonates with them. By exploring the stories you tell yourself, your roles, and the perspectives of the other "actors" in your life, we can see you in the context of life. In my work with artists, it seems there is often this type of struggle with anxiety or a stuck feeling, sometimes directly in performance, social situations, or in a more general way.
(512) 640-2146
Austin, Texas 78757
Lauren Phillips  in Austin
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate offering an affordable and personable approach to psychotherapy for Couples & Individuals. I take a holistic approach that addresses the whole individual - mind, body & heart. As an integrative therapist, I join my clients in a way that will honor their specific needs, desires and personality. I strive to create a safe, trusting and non-judgmental environment in which clients can explore who they are, heal from past wounds and move forward in a positive direction.
(512) 843-8543
Austin, Texas 78746
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
Dianne Bailey Braudrick, Counselor  in Austin
“As a counselor my primary focus is helping individuals live healthier and happier lives. I work with all ages, adults, adolescents and children, in individual, couples or family counseling. Adolescents are of special interest to me. I have worked with pre-teens and teens for a number of years and find my work with them most rewarding. I counsel from a solution-focused perspective that addresses the needs and goals of the client with the primary focus of enhancing their life. Issues including anger, ADHD, relationships, depression, anxiety, alcohol and drug use, grief and more can be addressed in counseling.
(512) 649-0062
Austin, Texas 78759
Tracy Carver  in Austin
“Through focused interventions and gentle exploration, my approach is designed to help you reflect on how past experiences may be contributing to your current struggles. My hope is to create a safe space in which you can recognize connections between the past and the present. My approach is based on the belief that with increased awareness comes a more profound sense of control and an ability to act with intention. I believe that guided self-reflection leads to a more holistic sense of self, reduced emotional suffering, and improved well-being.
(512) 960-1487
Austin, Texas 78703
Kim Jackson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Each journey begins with a single, often difficult, step. I believe that my job is to make that step and the journey that follows as easy as possible. My office is an open and comfortable place where you can breathe and we can talk with ease and safety. My manner is friendly, informal, and nonjudgmental. I possess a natural positive energy, a warm sense of humor, and an optimistic outlook. My approach is very real and down-to-earth, while drawing on my creativity and intuition. I have a genuine, nurturing personality that many find is just the right "fit."
(512) 540-5698
Austin, Texas 78746
Michael Hegener, Counselor  in Austin
“In 16 years of practicing psychotherapy, I have heard people describe many reasons for seeking help. In essence all of these people are expressing two essential needs: getting to know themselves better and a desire to have better relationships. I believe that psychotherapy helps people to achieve these goals by deepening their emotional awareness and their knowledge about effectively getting their needs met in relationships with others, both personal and professional. As people learn more about their emotional needs, they become more alive. This aliveness then brings vitality into their interactions with others and those relationships become more resilient and satisfying
(512) 368-7200
Austin, Texas 78751
Andrew Buerger, Psychologist  in Austin
“With over 25 years of experience, our time will focus on strengths to enhance your talents and fulfillment in life while healing past issues. This is accomplished with focus, competence and privacy. Areas of concentration will maximize potential with work, relationships and physical well being. We will nurture your natural strengths to increase meaning and engagement in life.
(512) 489-3770
Austin, Texas 78701
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