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Therapists in Round Rock

Candice K Fraser, Counselor  in Round Rock
“My desire is to make therapy a collaborative process. If you choose to work with me as your counselor, I will provide support and guidance in a safe environment to help you. My goal is to establish a sense of hope and provide a warm atmosphere to encourage exploration and growth in the areas of your life that you feel could be improved. Choosing to begin therapy can feel frightening, so I provide a comfortable and safe environment while working toward the goals for a more satisfying life.
(512) 649-0240
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
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
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
Jillian Bellinger  in Round Rock
“I am a post-doctoral fellow in clinical psychology and certified school psychologist, supervised by Dr. Nicholson. I specialize in evidence-based therapies for the treatment of anxiety, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum disorders (ASD), and socioemotional difficulties. As a certified school psychologist, I have experience working in school systems and providing psychological and psychoeducational assessments, intervention, and consultation services. I am also familiar with special education and 504 eligibility requirements as well as strategies that promote academic and socioemotional success.
(512) 337-4200
Round Rock, Texas 78665
Heather Barcroft, Counselor  in Round Rock
“Change is the only constant in life, but that doesn't necessarily mean it is easy. Pain or fear can be an indicator that something isn't working and it is time for change. Like most things worthwhile, change requires hard work. I love what I get to do which is guiding you through the process of change. Whatever your struggle, I'm here to work through it with you...you are not alone!
(512) 686-0899
Round Rock, Texas 78664
Nancy Philpott,   in Round Rock
RN, MS, CH
“I believe the power to eliminate self defeating habits and transform our destiny is waiting within each of us. I'm passionate about helping you transform your life, your health, and your destiny with hypnosis.
(512) 782-0050
Round Rock, Texas 78664
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
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
Jessica L. Warren, Counselor  in Round Rock
“I have been serving adults, couples, and families in the Round Rock/Austin area for over 6 years. My passion is working with adults with various different presenting issues, including loss and grief, marriage and family, and chronic pain. It is my belief that a sound therapeutic relationship is a foundation for healing and I seek to provide that for all of my clients. Through this therapeutic relationship, and through a variety of treatment modalities including Object-Relations, Psychoanalytic, and Cognitive Therapy, I strive to assist my clients in finding solutions to their concerns that work for their unique situations.
(512) 865-6701
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Carrie Ann Proctor, Counselor  in Round Rock
“I believe both in the power of individual choice and the importance of relationships and family. When one person makes changes in their choices, behaviors, and ways of coping; it can elicit changes in how others react and relate to you. I believe that clients have the right to choose options that they can live with and I respect that change can be a slow process. Counseling is about discovery of yourself; who you are, and how you relate to others. It is also about mourning losses, celebrating memories and finding peace in your world.
(512) 843-7942
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 the Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM) to neuro-physiologically strengthen 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
Bilingual Counselor at New Life Counseling, LPC Intern  in Round Rock
“It is my passion to be an instrument of healing and growth in the lives of others. As a therapist, I would walk with you as a companion on your path towards living fully, as growth is facilitated and sustained by the mutual responsibility between you and me. / Es mi pasión y trabajo ser un instrumento de curación y crecimiento personal en la vida de otros. Como terapeuta, le acompañaré en su camino hacía una vida plenamente vivida. En nuestra relación y conexión, el crecimiento es facilitado y sostenido por nuestra mutua responsabilidad.
(512) 865-6414 x310
Round Rock, Texas 78665
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
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
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
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
Ashley Blackwell, Counselor  in Round Rock
“We were all born with a desire for relationships and connection, a longing to belong. However, relationships get messy and this becomes difficult in practice. Some people give others too much control over their feelings and actions, losing their sense of identity. Others are so terrified of connection that they don't allow anyone to truly know them. My desire is to journey alongside clients, and through the creation of a safe therapeutic relationship, begin to move toward renewed hope and freedom from previously held patterns of relating to others.
(512) 872-3273
Round Rock, Texas 78665
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
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