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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
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
Denise Reynolds, Psychologist  in Round Rock
“"If we treat people as they are, we make them worse. If we treat people as they ought to be, we help them become what they are capable of becoming." Goethe
(512) 879-3838
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
“Are you struggling with anxiety, anger, depression, marital difficulties, substance abuse, or parenting issues? Are you wondering what do I need to do next? Sometime life difficulties get in the way of the peace we long for. Do you need help overcoming strongholds? We all desire wholeness. There is a need for inner healing. There are no quick answers. I offer you an opportunity to face life difficulties in a confidential, non-judgmental, environment. Life is too short. Take control over your life. Letís work together and start enjoying the life you deserve.
(512) 969-2362
Round Rock, Texas 78664
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
Sandra G Martinez, Counselor  in Round Rock
“My name is Sandra Martinez and it is my goal to provide the best quality counseling service for you and your family's needs. I specialize in a variety of issues that affect the quality of life. My practice is open after normal work hours and weekends to accommodate work schedules. I have over a decade of work experience with trauma clients, both children and adults, and understand the after math of unhealthy emotions that follow. Anxiety and Depression can debilitate our day to day activities as well as relationships.
(254) 213-5096
Round Rock, Texas 78664
New Life Counseling Center,   in Round Rock
“Human nature seeks peace and connection. And our therapists are highly trained in helping you look at elements that block these two pursuits, as well as what will facilitate these two dynamics in your life. We hold the Apostlesí Creed in high-esteem; and with clientsí permission we proactively integrate basic tenets of Christian faith into competent clinical procedure. For us, psychology is applied theology, a way to help you work out your faith and grow as a person to develop peace and health connections with others.
(512) 402-6457 x312
Round Rock, Texas 78665
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
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
Kara Fowler, Counselor  in Round Rock
“I work successfully with a variety of issues including harmful or addictive behaviors, dissociation, posttraumatic stress, relationship difficulties, and chronic pain. My training and experience allow us to work in an effective way to help you decrease anxiety, depression, and physical symptoms; develop effective, healthy ways of coping; improve relationships with others and yourself; and help you feel in control of the way you experience your emotions and past events. Through learning how to take stress off of your mind, brain, and body, you can increase your capacity to experience connection, contentment, and pleasure.
(512) 843-8256
Round Rock, Texas 78664
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Dana Gillispie, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Round Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am passionate about the work that I do with adults, couples, and families. I embrace and accept the whole person- and empower clients to do the same as they work through the issues that brought them to therapy. I use a collaborative, relational approach incorporating humor, hope, gratitude, compassion, accountability, and spirituality. I have years of experience working with sexual abuse, Veterans issues, couple and family relationships, parenting challenges, and anxiety and depression.
(512) 831-4809
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
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