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Therapists in Round Rock

Alicia Dowell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Round Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“My goal is to help reduce pain. By reducing pain we are able think more clearly, feel more freely, and act more in line with our true self. I believe in assisting people in improving their quality of life and relationships. Everyone experiences pain on some level but sometimes we get stuck there. I desire to help people understand their pain, to move through it, and to learn new ways of coping. By creating a safe and collaborative environment, free of judgement, and using the tools available to me, healing can occur and hope can be restored.
(512) 843-8497
Round Rock, Texas 78665
Grace Castillo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Round Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“For the past 20 years, my focus has been on helping clients find ways to resolve conflicts; learn healthy ways to cope with life stressors and work through life changes (e.g., divorce, moves, losses, medical issues, unemployment, etc). My goal is to help you set your own personal objectives and utilize resources you have to work through those issues to meet those objectives; without judgment. One of the ways I try to do this is by providing an objective perspective as I support you to work at your own pace in reaching the goals you've set for yourself.
(512) 879-1470
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Cheryl Kathleen Andrews, Counselor  in Round Rock
“I specialize in helping my clients resolve trauma and signifiant disturbing events and abuse. I use an integrative client focused method based on my Imagery, Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM) to neurophysiologically strenghten the body for trauma processing; Brainspotting and EMDR training to systematically and intuitively identify and process to resolution the major issues and deeply seated sources of negative beliefs and negative self image. CRM and Brainspotting, brain based therapies, evolved out of EMDR and are highly effective for a broad range of psychological trauma resolution, performance blocks (sports, creative artistry, acting, etc.), ADHD, complex PTSD, substance abuse, etc.
(512) 605-0987
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Carla Harringer, Counselor  in Round Rock
“Your strengths will be our primary focus. My passion is walking with others to find their path to purpose, passion, peace and prosperity using professional guidance. You have all the answers within; I would be honored to accompany you on that path. Confidential conversations with compassion and without judgement.
(512) 900-7588
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“There are times when we need a safe place to talk about our worries. Safe in that no one judges you and safe in that the conversation goes no further. Maybe its a crisis, more often than not there's a difficult decision to be made. My goal is to help you find the tools to make the change you want; to manage moods, change habits, make a life changing decision, mourn the loss of a loved one or vent about the chaos in your life. You may have concerns about another and the way you interactbehavior. The session will focus on your needs.
(512) 763-5770
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Sheila Morataya Gottman Level 2  Marriage Educator Spanish,   in Round Rock
“I am a Marriage and Family Counselor and Life Coach, specializing in couples under Gottman method. I am fluent in both English and Spanish and work with couples, and individuals, from all cultures and walks of life. I have been married for 20 years to a partner outside of my own culture. This makes me uniquely qualified to assist and coach couples that are from very different backgrounds and culture.Soy coach con enfoque terapéutico . Ayudo a parejas y matrimonios que buscan resolver sus conflictos y prefieren hacerlo en su idioma natal. Creo en el amor como la fuerza única que salva.
(512) 410-7591
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Cynthia A McDonald, MEd, LPC, Counselor  in Round Rock
“Therapy at times can be a hard process. Even the initial phone call can be difficult. The best therapy happens when you are ready to change and your therapist supports you in defining and reaching your goals. I am here to help you achieve the change you want. If you or someone you care about is struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship problems, work stressors or other life issues, please call. I welcome the opportunity to work with you.
(512) 843-7928
Round Rock, Texas 78664
Amy Thompson, Counselor  in Round Rock
“My goal is to provide gospel-centered, biblically-based counseling that is informed by and integrated with current psychological theory and technique. It is very important to me to assess and treat the entire person- physical, mental, emotional and spiritual- as all are interrelated. I will strive to provide relevant resources and referrals to help ensure a holistic therapeutically healing process for you.
(512) 948-3357
Round Rock, Texas 78665
Kimberly Weaster, Counselor  in Round Rock
“Real change happens when behaviors change. Together we collaborate to determine what you want to achieve. I support you by providing ongoing guidance and structure in a confidential, safe, and relaxing setting. In order to promote the counseling profession, I also provide counseling supervision services to interns entering the profession. I am always happy to discuss counseling goals and supervision options with LPC-Interns.
(512) 865-5150
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Richard McDill, Counselor  in Round Rock
“YOU HAVE TAKEN A HARD FIRST STEP! Take a deep breath you have made the decision "I/We" can't do this alone! I will try to provide you with some information about myself that may lower your anxiety by showing you how to address your emotional struggles. There are an abundance of professionals on this site, all qualified. I see you as a person and not a referral source. I'm a licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor providing counseling services to emotionally and relationally hurting individuals and couples living in Round Rock Texas and the neighboring communities.
(512) 942-2823
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Jolie A Jennings, Counselor  in Round Rock
“I specialize in anxiety, depression, addictive patterns, eating disorder treatment including Binge Eating Disorder, Obesity, and personality disorders particularly, Borderline Personality Disorder. If you find yourself stuck in the same self defeating patterns or constantly overreact in anger, I can help. Poor sleep, drinking too much, raging, binge eating/excessive dieting, or over medicating can dull emotional pain but there are more effective ways to cope and reduce stress and find a life that offers more happiness, peace, and contentment.
(512) 202-6442
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Megan Morris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Round Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Through my experience and training I have developed effective and eclectic skills which will give you insight into what is behind your feelings and behaviors. Through this insight-oriented process, together we can identify and nurture the kind of personal change that will make your therapy successful. This is as true for children and teenagers as it is for adults although the path with young people is less insight-oriented and more experiential. As a very qualified and experienced therapist, I have the skill set needed to achieve the changes you are looking for no matter what your age.
(512) 540-5398
Round Rock, Texas 78664
Rob Porter, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Round Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Is your relationship in trouble? Does every fight go the same way? Is your relationship with your kids like walking on eggshells just trying to avoid a blowup that happens anyway? Are you or your spouse battling addiction? Are you personally struggling with feelings of hopelessness, depression, or anxiety? Chances are patterns have developed in your life and relationships that are creating problems for you. You may feel like nothing you try to fix the problem is working. But patterns can be changed. Things can get better. I can help you with that.
(512) 861-6923
Round Rock, Texas 78664
Tracy L. Smith, Counselor  in Round Rock
“As a therapist, I provide a safe environment for children, adolescents, and families to express their concerns and needs. I focus on making an interpersonal connection with my clients and making change occur through the therapeutic relationship. I have extensive experience and training in working with children, adolescents, and families with a wide range of developmental, behavioral, and emotional concerns. Is your home suffering from arguing, tantrum outbursts, disagreements on parenting, or other interfering problems? If you are ready to start making changes happen in your families' life, I am confident I can assist you and your family in making those needed changes.
(512) 982-0230
Round Rock, Texas 78664
Suzanne M Quenette, Counselor  in Round Rock
“I enjoy working with clients 16 and older who wish to develop awareness of the messages that they have internalized and the patterns that have become self-limiting and dysfunctional. I assist them in learning to become more intentional regarding their choices on the way to navigating toward greater self-realization, healthier relationships, and enhanced life satisfaction. I also enjoy working with couples who wish to gain insight into all that they bring to their relationship, to enhance trust and intimacy, and to learn to communicate respectfully and with compassion for each other.
(512) 270-6486
Round Rock, Texas 78681
“Hill Country Recovery Center (HCRC) provides highly effective outpatient treatment services including individual therapy, individual nutrition counseling, family therapy, weekly groups, and Intensive Outpatient Programs for both adults and adolescents. We offer specialized treatment for people struggling with problems including disordered eating, self-injury, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and difficulties in relationships. We are a compassionate, dedicated, skilled team of licensed clinicians and believe in each of our clients' capacities to have a life worth living.
(512) 270-6415
Round Rock, Texas 78664
Cheryl Alexander, Counselor  in Round Rock
“I attended Southwest Texas State university (now known as Texas State University) in San Marcos, Texas where I received a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and a Master's Degree in School Psychology, with a minor in Special Education. I have worked 13 years in the Law Enforcement field as a Deputy Sheriff/Correctional Officer, Prison Guard, and Adult Probation officer, and a Texas Youth Commission Parole Officer. I have over 24 years in the education field- 15 as a school counselor.
(512) 872-2491
Round Rock, Texas 78664
Lindsey Doss, Counselor  in Round Rock
“I am a licensed professional counselor in private practice in northwest Austin. My services include individual therapy with children, adolescents, and adults, as well as family therapy. I have an eclectic approach to therapy, drawing upon various aspects of different treatment methods to best meet my client's needs. I am also experienced in play therapy with children, utilizing play to help communicate and understand experiences from a child's perspective.
(512) 649-1125
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Misti Nicholson, Psychologist  in Round Rock
“Everyone feels anxious in certain situations. Anxiety motivates us to prepare for important events and protects us when we are in harm's way. However, anxiety becomes problematic when it is out of proportion to the situation in a way that interferes with a child's ability to learn, maintain friendships, and have fun. Affecting approximately one in eight children, anxiety disorders are the most frequently occurring behavioral health disorders. Though anxiety disorders are among the most treatable behavioral health disorders, only about one-third of those suffering from anxiety receive treatment.
(512) 354-1719
Round Rock, Texas 78665
Kimberly Harrison, Psychologist  in Round Rock
“My psychology practice focuses on evaluation and consultation. I conduct forensic psychological evaluations for the courts in both criminal and civil matters. For criminal courts, I conduct evaluations and consult with attorneys on issues including competency to stand trial, capacity to waive Miranda rights, criminal responsibility ("insanity") and other mental health defenses, sex offender assessment, and mitigation. My areas of expertise in civil courts include personal injury and disability claims. Other types of evaluations, which may be necessary in criminal, civil or administrative proceedings, include risk assessment, diagnostic clarification, evaluation of malingering and other response styles, and fitness for duty.
(512) 861-8435
Round Rock, Texas 78664
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