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Therapists in Austin

Amy C Person, Counselor  in Austin
“I specialize in empowering individual people to take charge of their lives and create the life they want to have both internally and in their relationships with significant people.
(361) 444-0344
Austin, Texas 78703
Rebecca Davenport, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CEAP, PA
“I collaborate with clients to resolve problems in living, to promote emotional growth and to facilitate personal and professional success. My therapeutic style is warm, direct and interactive. I believe that each of us can make mindful choices to create a gratifying life, to care for ourselves and our family and to find meaning in the difficulties and catastrophes that can complicate our course.
(512) 540-5571
Austin, Texas 78704
Kay Bryant, Psychologist  in Austin
“Creating a safe, supportive environment, as well as a productive working therapeutic relationship, is of primary importance to me. My engaged and caring approach helps clients explore thoughts, feelings, relationships, and behaviors in order to cope better with life's challenges, meet identified goals, and/or pursue self-discovery and personal growth. I have experience with both long- and short-term therapy, and am comfortable in tailoring therapy to the needs, resources, and goals of each therapy client. I have a diversity of experience including VA Hospital, private inpatient, group and solo practice, and college counseling center settings.
(512) 585-8387
Austin, Texas 78756
“I work successfully with youth struggling in their everyday lives. Examples include anxiety over internal conflicts, grades, peers, & parents. I enjoy working with adults as they navigate new transitions i.e. marriage, parenthood or experience the challenges of parenthood. I'm interested in helping individuals & families deal with end of life planning trying to answer the awkward question, "So, what do you want to do?" What life saving measures should be taken if you become ill? What relationships need to be repaired? I want to help facilitate this difficult topic with elderly parents or terminally ill youth.
(512) 872-4747
Austin, Texas 78704
Mathis V Kennington, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Are you tired of fighting all the time? Are your attempts to reach your partner met with defensiveness or apathy? Have you finally reached a point where you are ready to walk away, and it scares you? Or are you giving it everything you've got, but no matter how hard you try, the same old fights happen over and over again? Relational distress like this happens when our attempts to influence our partners are met with indifference or resistance, but you don't have to be stuck in destructive patterns that get you nowhere.
(512) 872-3139
Austin, Texas 78746
Anna McElearney, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFT-A, NCC
“Has part of you been longing for a change in your relationship? Wanting to feel prioritized, heard and understood? Sometimes with all the things we have to get done (work, kids, chores, etc.) our relationship/marriage can begin to suffer. Finding time to spend with your partner may be difficult and part of you might be feeling a longing to reconnect, to communicate like you used to. You might be tired of disagreements. Tired of the avoidance that's present in your relationship. Leaving you wanting to fix things but unsure how and where to begin.
(512) 354-1551
Austin, Texas 78759
David M. Wilson, Psychological Associate  in Austin
“I believe that treatment should not simply focus on the problems in your life. Effective treatment should also identify what is working or could work and help you take that to the next level. I seek to empower people with the skills, insight, and wisdom to help themselves. I use a collaborative approach to help people increase awareness of where they have been, who they are now, and where they would like to take their future. I utilize evidenced-based treatments to ensure the highest level of efficacy while tailoring the treatments to the unique circumstances of each individual.
(512) 686-0722
Austin, Texas 78745
Monti Pal, Counselor  in Austin
“I focus on helping clients identify and attain their own personal goals in therapy. I believe in empowering clients while compassionately guiding them through the therapy process with a mind-body approach to healing. I have worked with a broad and diverse group of clients, both adults and adolescents, with issues related to academics, career development, trauma, family relationships, domestic violence, romantic relationships, anxiety, depression, and grief. I enjoy working with individuals, groups, and couples. I look forward to hearing from you!
(512) 337-4472
Austin, Texas 78759
Anna Graybeal, Psychologist  in Austin
“I am a clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. I establish a strong alliance with my clients through empathy and respect and work collaboratively with them to achieve their goals. Other areas of my expertise include parenting, divorce, health problems such as illness and chronic pain, grief and loss, trauma, substance abuse, low self-esteem and identity issues.
(512) 540-5328 x100
Austin, Texas 78746
Elayne Lansford, Psychologist  in Austin
“Having practiced for over 30 years, I consider it a pleasure and a privilege to see those who choose to work with me. I am a generalist who enjoys working with a wide range of people. My main areas of expertise include couples therapy, relationship issues, depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders, coping with chronic illnesses, grief and loss, life transitions, and trauma.
(512) 549-2023 x101
Austin, Texas 78746
Sue Fairbanks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“People enter therapy for many different reasons. They might feel stuck in their career or relationships. They might feel unhappy or anxious. They may lack the ability to figure out how to do things differently so they don't keep stepping in the same hole. When we feel disconnected from ourselves, we tend to feel isolated from family, friends and our work. This disconnection is usually accompanied by feelings such as depression, anxiety, panic, anger, emptiness, confusion, fatigue, and bodily aches and pains. I also specialize in working with different kinds of traumas such as sexual, physical and verbal abuse.
(512) 763-5859
Austin, Texas 78759
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
Lydia Valdes, Counselor  in Austin
“Each of us travels along various paths throughout our lives. Whether planned or unexpected, some of our experiences may cause us to question our path or even to stumble. At these times of questioning or stumbling, decisions must be made for how to proceed. At Meridian Counseling we believe that the most notable stops in life's journey evoke the strongest emotions and allow for the most growth. If you find yourself looking for someone to talk with to help you think through where life has led you, let us, at Meridian Counseling, walk with you a while on your journey of self-discovery.
(512) 394-4282
Austin, Texas 78745
Stacy Lapointe, Counselor  in Austin
“Passionate about working alongside individuals to help them navigate areas in their lives where they are feeling stuck, I feel privileged to be invited on an individual's journey of self discovery and witness their empowerment and growth. I specialize in working with a wide variety of issues that affect adults, adolescents and children. These issues include academic and behavioral problems, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, grief and loss, chronic illness, and trauma. My primary approach is relational/attachment, which involves the exploration of early relationship patterns and current relational functioning with an awareness of larger social and political influences.
(512) 746-1724
Austin, Texas 78748
Cristina Padilla, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy can be a scary and difficult process for many people; even those that are actively wanting to make changes in their lives. I strive to provide a safe, comfortable and non-judgmental environment where clients can explore different aspects of their lives and situations and find news ways to address concerns and areas they would like to improve. We work together to create an individualized treatment plan that addresses each clients needs.
(512) 515-1865
Austin, Texas 78748
Suzanne Fremont, Psychologist  in Austin
“Circumstances can leave even the strongest person feeling stressed and saddened. Clients seek my help with self esteem, anxiety, depression, student, professional and relationship issues that are weighing them down. If you are seeking help recovering from painful life events, I offer extensive experience in stress and grief resolution. Much of my work involves mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and EMDR- AIP. I'm a good match for clients looking for a warm, active therapist. I have a special interest and many years experience in working with college and graduate students.
(512) 649-0006
Austin, Texas 78759
Karen M Boeke, Psychologist  in Austin
“I have enjoyed working in private practice for over 25 years with individuals, couples, and families. I primarily see people who are experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction, relationship and family issues. Many of my clients have been experiencing these issues for a very long time. At times I work with people on a short-term basis, using a skill-building approach. At other times I work with people on a long term basis, using a more psychodynamic/relational orientation geared toward addressing underlying issues. My experience is that this can lead to deep and lasting transformation in people's lives.
(512) 607-7451
Austin, Texas 78746
Heather Teel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Austin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe in therapy. It helps us become unstuck, freeing us to move closer towards our goals and who we want to be. It allows us to begin healing from our past and transforms how we feel and act in our current relationships. It gives us support in times of crisis and stress, allowing us to become even more resilient in the future. And it frees us from habitual patterns that cause suffering in our lives.
(281) 915-0169
Austin, Texas 78701
Krista D Jordan, Psychologist  in Austin
“I provide individual and couples therapy for issues such as depression, anxiety, growing up in a "dysfunctional" family, low self-esteem, struggles with shame, addictions or making the same bad choices over and over again. I believe that we all do things for reasons but we often need help uncovering what those reasons are. Once we better understand why we do what we do we can be more free to make different choices. After being a psychologist for over 17 years I am still amazed at how effective therapy is and how much people can change.
(512) 271-5335
Austin, Texas 78745
Jennifer Brock-Garcia, Psychiatric Nurse  in Austin
“As a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, I provide compassionate, up-to-date mental health interventions to my clients. These can range from prescribing medication, providing information about how to improve sleep or nutrition, or simply helping clients to understand how mental health issues happen, how they can affect our lives, and what options for treatment exist. Trauma, anxiety and depression (unipolar or bipolar) are areas of specialty for me, as I have had significant experience treating these issues. Currently, I can treat clients age 17 and over.
(512) 359-3575
Austin, Texas 78759
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