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MJ Denis, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, LMFT-A, LPC-I
“MJ's path has led her to specialize in areas involving unhealthy boundaries, domestic violence, sexual abuse, sexual dysfunction, sexual addiction and infidelity. Her experience includes working as a mental health counselor and as an emergency hotline advocate at Hope Alliance, a domestic and sexual violence crisis center; counseling patients experiencing sexual dysfunction at the North Austin Urology Clinic (NAU), and helping individuals and couples work through the pain of betrayal, infidelity, and sex addiction for the Affair Recovery Center.
(512) 623-7463
Austin, Texas 78759
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
William Dubin, Psychologist  in Austin
“I help people extricate themselves from addictive relationships involving substances [alcohol, drugs, food] or activities [gambling, sex/pornography, gaming, shopping]. In contrast to 12-Step programs which advocates admitting powerlessness over a "disease" and complying with an external source of control [treatment provider, support group], I offer tools and methods that enhance your ability to act as you intend during crises of stress and temptation. "The irreversible change required to prevent relapse emerges during a developmental passage that no one can take for you nor spare you."
(512) 607-4504
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
Selena Tyler  in Austin
“I work with anyone grieving a significant loss. Many of my clients have had a significant death loss in their lives, but I also have clients who are grieving divorce. I listen without judgement, and I assist each client in finding his or her own way through the pain.
(512) 595-0042
Austin, Texas 78731
Angela Guerrero (Bilingual)  in Austin
“Do you feel as though you are your own worst enemy? When in the midst of a problem or stressful situation, does it seem like you make matters worse by being self-critical or saying self-defeating things to yourself? When we are going through something painful or difficult to accept, our internal dialogue sometimes becomes judgmental and self-critical, causing us to feel overwhelmed and doubt our ability to manage things on our own. Often we do not notice how the relationship we have with ourselves affects our ability to cope, solve problems, and live the life we want.
(512) 960-3970
Austin, Texas 78704
Susan Bramlette, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I am a Bowen family systems therapist working with clients from the standpoint of your internal and external connections (partner, family, coworkers, and community). Because no one functions entirely alone, problematic interactions with others can produce distressing symptoms that can often be alleviated by addressing the roles, rules, and goals we may be defining differently. Communication brings understanding. Faith in ourselves, in safe others, and in a benevolent Source that gives meaning to our experience are vital resources for the growing seasons of life that come to all. Phone me to discuss your situation; I'd like to be of help.
(503) 388-9263
Austin, Texas 78746
Kelly Louis Lpc-Intern Supervised By Savannah Tucker Lpc-S  in Austin
“Life happens! The journey of life is filled with peaks and valleys and I'm a firm believer that our perspective about those peaks and valleys makes all the difference. We may not be able to control our circumstances, but we can control our reaction and attitude towards those circumstances. I would love to help you as you navigate life's peaks and valleys and help equip you with the tools and resources to be empowered through this journey, instead of stuck!
(512) 309-7815
Austin, Texas 78735
Sue Snyder Pederson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SEP
“In my practice, I welcome clients who are interested in finding a closer connection with themselves and with others. Think of the expression: "feeling like myself". To fully connect with others we need to be able to feel like ourselves. I often work with people who have experienced traumas, resulting in the sense of isolation. For some, there's an identified event with a lasting impact. Others don't know what went wrong, but still feel something about them is wrong. I believe re-establishing connection to self is key to resolving many problems and finding a sense of empowerment.
(512) 686-4020
Austin, Texas 78746
Michelle Silva Segura, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC
“Deciding to take those initial first steps toward seeking help through psychotherapy can be challenging. Some initial concerns may include, “How will I know if the therapist is competent?” “What if they judge me?” “Will I feel comfortable telling them what I am really feeling and thinking?” These concerns are extremely common in trying to find the right therapist for you. The key phrase is “the right therapist for YOU...” Everyone is different with different needs. I encourage you to read about my experience and services in order to see if I may be the right therapist for you.
(512) 337-1899
Austin, Texas 78703
Elizabeth Katz, Psychologist  in Austin
“Do you feel that you are struggling to find happiness in your life? Do you find yourself constantly dealing with dilemmas around your physical health, your relationships, loss, or transitions in your life? You are not alone in attempting to deal with these issues. I believe that we all find ourselves struggling with life's dilemmas as we grow and develop as individuals, regardless of age. Many events and situations we experience may result in feelings of sadness, anxiety, distance from others, or a loss of meaning in our lives. I am here to help you find hope and make changes in your life.
(512) 872-2534
Austin, Texas 78746
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
Melissa M Hargrave, Counselor  in Austin
“How did life get so complicated? We all struggle with finding answers for some of life's challenges. Counseling creates space to explore your challenges in a safe and confidential environment. Counseling with me is collaborative, warm, and down to earth. I provide affordable counseling and flexible business hours. I work with couples, groups, families, and individuals who want to lead happier and healthier lives. I know how difficult it can be to talk about your personal concerns, let alone with a stranger, so I seek to understand problems from your unique personal perspective and with an open mind.
(512) 649-0090
Austin, Texas 78759
Claudia Legarreta, Counselor  in Austin
“At Relational Pathways we strive to offer a safe and non-judgmental environment where families are able to strengthen their connections and achieve their therapeutic goals. Whether you are looking for parental mentoring, child therapy or neurofeedback therapy , we offer an array of services that can assist you and your family reach your gaols.
(512) 368-7020
Austin, Texas 78746
Leanne Spencer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MEd, LPC-S
“What you have to remember is your life doesn't have to be this way. I believe in the power of therapy to overcome the stress and anxiety you may experience. I help clients find relief using a holistic approach. Holistic psychotherapy treats underlying causes of anxiety and stress based problems and not just the symptoms. Our work together will be focused on your emotional, physical, and spiritual well being. This approach includes some of the best research based treatments for anxiety. Whatever your challenges, I want to share my 15 years of experience as a counselor with you.
(512) 337-4179
Austin, Texas 78746
Jennifer Wagner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“It's not easy to take the next step when help and support are needed. Especially when you don't quite know where to start! Are you experiencing depression or have you recently lost a loved one? Are you facing challenges in your relationship? Reaching out can mark the beginning of a much needed healing journey. I offer more than fifteen years of combined clinical experience and help clients with depression, grief, relationships and life transitions. My priority as a therapist is to provide a safe, warm and non-judgmental environment in which difficult feelings can be shared and heard.
(512) 994-2766
Austin, Texas 78750
James Allen Carter-Haith Jr, Psychologist  in Austin
“Many of life's stressors continue to interfere with the potential joys of life, we can work together to help you minimize the effect of life's stressors so you can begin to enjoy life to the fullest.
(979) 227-2303
Austin, Texas 78752
Marian Bell, Counselor  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, CRRT, CRTR
“Working with clients in my therapy practice for over 25 years, one thing I know for sure is that when you are struggling emotionally, it affects all areas of your life. My practice is dedicated to helping you get through tough challenges and supporting you as you develop healthier, happier lives. With me you'll find deep listening, strong therapeutic support, and practical collaborative help right away. Clients describe me as "warm, intelligent and dead on accurate in her ability to help me help myself" "solid, experienced, and very professional" and "she helped us laugh again."
(512) 937-6645
Austin, Texas 78703
Charles J Eckerman, Counselor  in Austin
“I am a solution oriented therapist who utilizes an interactive, collaborative approach dedicated to empowering you to make changes that enhance your life. As a teacher and a coach, I facilitate your learning the skills to improve your relationships, manage your emotions, and achieve a better, more satisfying and enjoyable life. I specialize in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and gained clinical experience in the treatment modality working in two psychiatric hospitals in Austin.
(361) 238-0979
Austin, Texas 78759
Josephine Littlefield, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Psychotherapy is a process for self discovery. I see this process as sacred, creative and deeply personal; with no two processes exactly alike. The more engaged in this process, the fuller and more enjoyable life becomes. One of the single most consistent indicators for a successful outcome is the relationship between the client and the therapist. Empathic attunement, acceptance, curiosity and collaboration are all important ingredients to this relationship. These qualties I am committed to throughout the therapy process.
(512) 523-5054
Austin, Texas 78703
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