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Therapists in Round Rock

Lisa E Page, Counselor  in Round Rock
“Hey There! Welcome to Phoenix Counseling! Congratulations, you have made the first move towards revamping your life. I think sometimes we put so much time into maintaining our jobs, houses, cars etc. that sometimes we forget about our minds and relationships! Or perhaps your issues didn't creep up on you, but rather, were created by a sudden traumatic event. Alternately, maybe you've known for some time about an issue and are tired of pretending like everything is alright when it isn't. Whatever your situation, I would be honored to be given the chance to help you.
(936) 483-8503
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Because our pain and scars usually occur within relationships, healing begins within a caring, trusting therapeutic relationship. As layers of hurt are uncovered, understood and processed, and new tools are learned and practiced, clients make better decisions, keep healthier boundaries and enjoy more meaningful relationships.
(512) 368-7018
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
Alison Webb, Counselor  in Round Rock
“I enjoy working with adults and teens. You come to therapy with a variety of goals and dreams, and with problems and blocks. I am skilled in prioritizing these, identifying which tools work best for you in your situation, and coming up with a plan to address them with you thoughtfully. Sometimes we will work "in the now" to explore how you are experiencing life in order to make changes. Sometimes we will dip into the past to acknowledge the roots of current patterns in order to have resolution and peace. I can recommend exercises or other tools you can use outside the sessions.
(512) 410-6027
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Amy Ota  in Round Rock
“When life brings us challenges that are hard to understand, we lose sight of the power we hold within. The challenge becomes our focus and it consumes us. Counseling is a process that can help us re-focus on what is most important: the power of the individual. Each of us holds the tools we need in order to be the best versions of ourselves. I embrace the opportunity to explore and hone your tools with you. Together, I believe we can discover ways to combine your strengths and your tools to overcome any challenge you face.
(512) 872-4816
Round Rock, Texas 78681
David Servino, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Round Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“I work with individuals, couples, and families.Depending on what we're working on in therapy, I may ask to see different individuals or combinations of people at different times. I love and believe in what I do. We're all human, we're all flawed, we all need help sometimes, and we're all capable of remarkable things. It can take great courage, trust, and vulnerability to seek out a therapist; I respect that deeply. I believe in being open and authentic with my clients. I am fully committed to your healing.
(512) 994-2372
Round Rock, Texas 78664
Rachelle Ritter, Counselor  in Round Rock
“Challenging child behavior, prenatal and postpartum adjustment or depression, sleep issues, developmental delays, anxiety and depression are problems you shouldn't have to handle alone. I believe that we do the best we can with what we have. Sometimes when difficult times arise, we feel tired, frustrated, hopeless, and out of solutions. During times like these, counseling can help rejuvenate you, give you new ideas, and bring balance back into your life.
(512) 640-2408
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Vicki Ray, Counselor  in Round Rock
“I believe the best counseling is done in a safe, confidential and collaborative environment. It can be difficult to reach out, so it is important to find a counselor with whom you feel comfortable.
(512) 663-6368
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Lindsey Michelle Saddock, Counselor  in Round Rock
“For better or for worse, we are all a part of a family. Family issues are one of the most painful stressors to bear and getting unstuck can seem overwhelming or even impossible. I would love to be a support for you and your family to help bring restoration to strained relationships and learn a new way of living. Whether you are wanting to work on your relationship with your spouse, your child, or your extended family, I would consider it an honor and a privilege to come alongside you and work through the unique struggles you are facing.
(512) 865-5104
Round Rock, Texas 78665
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
“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
Lindsay Vogel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Round Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I love working with motivated clients who are ready to change. I am extremely health oriented and feel that mental changes happen when we are taking care of ourselves both mentally and physically.This means eating healthy foods, exercising, using stress management techniques, etc. My training is very "whole health" oriented and neuroscience based. I believe that if we take care of our bodies properly we can take care of our mind. I help people who are struggling with finding their self worth, are looking to get healthy, and are motivated and ready to work for that change.
(512) 595-0997
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Robert Dane, Counselor  in Round Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LPC-S, LPC, LCDC
“I am a Licensed Supervisor of Professional Counselors, as well as a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor. I provide counseling supervision to Licensed Professional Counselor Interns,and counseling services for individuals, families, and groups dealing with a variety of issues resulting from life transitions. My office is located in Round Rock, Texas which allows me to offer assistance for individuals who live in Williamson and Travis Counties.
(512) 649-0195
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Jessie Kuhn, Counselor  in Round Rock
“I have a passion for helping individuals who struggle to develop or maintain healthy intimacy within relationships; whether that looks like not being able to maintain close relationships or becoming overly dependent to the point of losing one's sense of self within relationship. I work from an Object Relations/Attachment Theory, specializing in working with anxiety/depression, negative body image, grief, spiritual issues, troubled teens, and same-sex attraction.
(512) 640-2581
Round Rock, Texas 78665
Casey O'Neal, Psychologist  in Round Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PhD, LSSP, LSOTP
“I understand that assessment and therapy are very personal and vulnerable processes and I believe you will find me to be straightforward, knowledgeable, and warm. I strive to work collaboratively with adolescent and adult clients and their families to help them develop insight into their difficulties and determine how to make meaningful and lasting changes. Issues that often bring clients to my office include seeking answers or assistance through a psychological assessment, addressing addictive behaviors, the effects of trauma, or navigating a life transition.
(512) 843-8622
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Dixon J Parnell  in Round Rock
“Maybe it's time for some changes. Your life could just use a 'tweak.' Some things just aren't right. You know it, but don't know what to do about it. I'm here to help. From time to time in our lives, we could use an unbiased, non-judging, kind presence with no agenda at all to come alongside us and help us to get reacquainted with our true selves. That's what I do-simple as that. This sort of work doesn't have to be scary or intimidating. Give me a call today. I can help.
(512) 213-4509
Round Rock, Texas 78664
Tucker Glaser, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Round Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The consideration to engage in therapy can be challenging and feel intimidating. One may choose to come to counseling for various reasons including individual concerns, relationship issues, work related problems, stress/anxiety management, or coping with depression. The decision to begin therapy corresponds with willingness to accept responsibility for ourselves. Therapy is a process; it unfolds as we search for our truth. The overall goal is to reflect that truth in who you are and in your life- to be comfortable within yourself. No matter the problem, the solution almost always comes from within, and I am here to guide you toward finding that solution.
(512) 772-5553
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Amanda Raye Jones, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Round Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I see change as an opportunity for growth and just like the seasons, we all have the ability to change and grow. I strive to help you find direction through life's storms and to help you or your loved one lead a more fulfilling life. I offer services that promote healing, support and empowerment. I offer an integrative approach to holistic wellness emphasizing the mind, body and spirit. My treatment methods incorporate mind-body approaches such as guided imagery, stress management techniques, therapeutic massage, yoga, sleep hygiene and meditation as alternative treatment methods to complement traditional approaches to healing and wellness.
(512) 359-3457 x700
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
Carol Greenberg, Counselor  in Round Rock
“Sick and Tired of being Sick and Tired? My passion is for whole, healthy living, through whole, healthy relationships with God and others. Conflict with your spouse or parenting issues, children? I have a passion for marriages and families to thrive, not just survive. God's plan for marriage is couched in a "Divine Conspiracy." Difficult? Yes, but learning to do it His way will be the most rewarding thing you will ever do. Is your marriage struggling? Do you find the past is showing up in the present? Ready for change? Call me. I can help.
(512) 351-4430
Round Rock, Texas 78681
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