Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families who want to improve their relationships with others, including families, friends, loved-ones, and co-workers. I have extensive experience working with individuals, couples, families, and children from diverse backgrounds with a range of mental health issues, from severe and chronic mental illness, acute crisis situations, to phase of life difficulties and transitions. I also have expertise in working with gifted and twice-exceptional children and their families, providing consultation to families and collaborating with schools and other professionals."
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(512) 813-1908
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"I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families who want to improve their relationships with others, including families, friends, loved-ones, and co-workers. I have extensive experience working with individuals, couples, families, and children from diverse backgrounds with a range of mental health issues, from severe and chronic mental illness, acute crisis situations, to phase of life difficulties and transitions. I also have expertise in working with gifted and twice-exceptional children and their families, providing consultation to families and collaborating with schools and other professionals."
Seyma Calihman, LCSW, LMFT, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I'm committed to helping you understand and resolve painful emotions, relationship problems and sexual concerns in a safe, compassionate environment. I am the only female AASECT Board Certified Sex Therapist in Austin. I have tools to help you heal old emotional wounds of many kinds and create lasting changes for a better future. You will learn how to "rewire" emotional triggers, diminish conflict and feelings of emptiness, and experience more peace than before. I treat stress, depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, feelings of worthlessness, divorce recovery, anger and grief, including pet loss. I work with both straight and GLB clients."
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(512) 649-3306 x1
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"I'm committed to helping you understand and resolve painful emotions, relationship problems and sexual concerns in a safe, compassionate environment. I am the only female AASECT Board Certified Sex Therapist in Austin. I have tools to help you heal old emotional wounds of many kinds and create lasting changes for a better future. You will learn how to "rewire" emotional triggers, diminish conflict and feelings of emptiness, and experience more peace than before. I treat stress, depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, feelings of worthlessness, divorce recovery, anger and grief, including pet loss. I work with both straight and GLB clients."
Barbara O'Brien, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I enjoy assisting with goal clarity and quickly identifying the necessary action steps to achieving client goals. By focusing in on the crucial specifics of the goal, success and emotional relief are easier to achieve. With honest self-reflection and a desire to make behavioral and/or cognitive changes, my clients are able to reach new levels of satisfaction. I believe that by utilizing one's own strengths and preferences, with a dose of humor tossed in, most clients will be able to feel empowered to manage and solve most of life's problems with a hopeful attitude right away."
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(602) 492-5973
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"I enjoy assisting with goal clarity and quickly identifying the necessary action steps to achieving client goals. By focusing in on the crucial specifics of the goal, success and emotional relief are easier to achieve. With honest self-reflection and a desire to make behavioral and/or cognitive changes, my clients are able to reach new levels of satisfaction. I believe that by utilizing one's own strengths and preferences, with a dose of humor tossed in, most clients will be able to feel empowered to manage and solve most of life's problems with a hopeful attitude right away."
Sue Marriott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CGP
Verified by Psychology Today
"I practice from a practical, no-nonsense relational stance where we work collaboratively and you can count on empathic yet honest feedback about what might be troubling you. Where possible, I integrate the latest scientific research about what actually works in therapy to try to assist you along your personal journey."
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(512) 649-8417
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"I practice from a practical, no-nonsense relational stance where we work collaboratively and you can count on empathic yet honest feedback about what might be troubling you. Where possible, I integrate the latest scientific research about what actually works in therapy to try to assist you along your personal journey."
Deep Eddy Psychotherapy, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, CGP
Verified by Psychology Today
"In therapy people integrate the many aspects of themselves so that they feel more whole and authentic. As a therapist, I try to help people bring their feelings into awareness, and to have compassion for these feelings, allowing them to be an avenue for deeper connection with themselves and others. I believe that symptoms of anxiety and depression are often the result of blocked impulses to be intimate/close, to be angry or flee, and many other feelings, such as vulnerability, tenderness, sadness, and loss. I therefore provide a safe atmosphere in which self-exploration and self-care are paramount."
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(512) 861-8779
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"In therapy people integrate the many aspects of themselves so that they feel more whole and authentic. As a therapist, I try to help people bring their feelings into awareness, and to have compassion for these feelings, allowing them to be an avenue for deeper connection with themselves and others. I believe that symptoms of anxiety and depression are often the result of blocked impulses to be intimate/close, to be angry or flee, and many other feelings, such as vulnerability, tenderness, sadness, and loss. I therefore provide a safe atmosphere in which self-exploration and self-care are paramount."
Alana O'Malley, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"How do we become who we want to be? How do we shift problematic patterns in our lives? How do we overcome difficulty? How do we cultivate growth in ourselves? Like all trees root into the ground in order to rise toward the sun, I believe that a firm rooting in ourselves, our past, and our identity is critical to growth. The better we know and understand ourselves, the better able we are to navigate the world in a way that feels authentic, healthy, and empowered. I will work collaboratively with you to cultivate desired personal growth."
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(512) 686-2626
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"How do we become who we want to be? How do we shift problematic patterns in our lives? How do we overcome difficulty? How do we cultivate growth in ourselves? Like all trees root into the ground in order to rise toward the sun, I believe that a firm rooting in ourselves, our past, and our identity is critical to growth. The better we know and understand ourselves, the better able we are to navigate the world in a way that feels authentic, healthy, and empowered. I will work collaboratively with you to cultivate desired personal growth."
Charnel Nicole Hollier, Limited Licensed Psychologist
Limited Licensed Psychologist, Ph.D.
Verified by Psychology Today
"Welcome! *Currently not accepting any new clients* I am a postdoctoral fellow in counseling psychology, working under the supervision of Dr. Mandy Blott. I believe that we are all different which influences how we live in and experience the world. Thus, I find it necessary to consider the cultural background and uniqueness of the person while conducting therapy. I meet the person where they are at in life and ask that they bring their authentic self into the room. I will not judge you, but instead explore the events that brought you to therapy. "
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(512) 524-9997
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"Welcome! *Currently not accepting any new clients* I am a postdoctoral fellow in counseling psychology, working under the supervision of Dr. Mandy Blott. I believe that we are all different which influences how we live in and experience the world. Thus, I find it necessary to consider the cultural background and uniqueness of the person while conducting therapy. I meet the person where they are at in life and ask that they bring their authentic self into the room. I will not judge you, but instead explore the events that brought you to therapy. "
Vanessa Joy, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, PsyD, LPC-S
Verified by Psychology Today
"I use a strength-based collaborative and active approach and believe in treating the whole person. I integrate research from various sources including: the latest understandings in neuroscience and how it impacts overall health, individual and relational functioning, The Daring Way on the importance of authenticity, vulnerability, resiliency and leadership, and identifying values as it relates to you as an individual, couple, and/or family/organization across personal and professional contexts. "
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(512) 610-0611
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"I use a strength-based collaborative and active approach and believe in treating the whole person. I integrate research from various sources including: the latest understandings in neuroscience and how it impacts overall health, individual and relational functioning, The Daring Way on the importance of authenticity, vulnerability, resiliency and leadership, and identifying values as it relates to you as an individual, couple, and/or family/organization across personal and professional contexts. "
Patty Olwell, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I enjoy working with individuals and couples navigating difficult periods in their lives. I take a collaborative approach that is grounded in a curious and compassionate inquiry into the areas that get us all stuck. I work with individuals to move through these places in the context of a safe and trusting relationship. Within that relationship an individual can harness their own innate drive towards health and well-being. My work is grounded in my own mindfulness practice and I encourage clients to experiment with mindfulness as a path to transformation and wellness."
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(512) 410-6009
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"I enjoy working with individuals and couples navigating difficult periods in their lives. I take a collaborative approach that is grounded in a curious and compassionate inquiry into the areas that get us all stuck. I work with individuals to move through these places in the context of a safe and trusting relationship. Within that relationship an individual can harness their own innate drive towards health and well-being. My work is grounded in my own mindfulness practice and I encourage clients to experiment with mindfulness as a path to transformation and wellness."
Hayden Lindsey, LPC Intern
LPC Intern
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you feel lonely and disconnected? Stuck and out of touch? Do you feel like your relationship or your life just "happens" to you? Do you find yourself wishing things would get better with no clear path how? I want to help you feel more grounded, connected, and purposeful. I believe a lot of what we call mental issues are actually reflections of relationship patterns learned over the years. By changing the way we relate -- with ourselves, others, and the world around us -- we can can unlock our true potential for joy, love, clarity, and compassion. "
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(737) 204-1245
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"Do you feel lonely and disconnected? Stuck and out of touch? Do you feel like your relationship or your life just "happens" to you? Do you find yourself wishing things would get better with no clear path how? I want to help you feel more grounded, connected, and purposeful. I believe a lot of what we call mental issues are actually reflections of relationship patterns learned over the years. By changing the way we relate -- with ourselves, others, and the world around us -- we can can unlock our true potential for joy, love, clarity, and compassion. "
Deena Graham, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, JD, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
""Why is this so hard? We love each other but we can't stop fighting." I understand the hopelessness of living in a cycle of conflict. It is emotionally draining, and it makes everything in life seem more difficult and less rewarding. I became a couples therapist because I believe deeply in the importance of being and having a supportive and loving partner. I will help you to understand how and why you are getting triggered, so you can take better care of your own emotional needs, learning how to turn toward your partner and speak for those needs in a way that he or she can hear you, creating a more secure and peaceful relationship."
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(512) 942-2172
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""Why is this so hard? We love each other but we can't stop fighting." I understand the hopelessness of living in a cycle of conflict. It is emotionally draining, and it makes everything in life seem more difficult and less rewarding. I became a couples therapist because I believe deeply in the importance of being and having a supportive and loving partner. I will help you to understand how and why you are getting triggered, so you can take better care of your own emotional needs, learning how to turn toward your partner and speak for those needs in a way that he or she can hear you, creating a more secure and peaceful relationship."
Sydnor Sikes, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, ABPP, AGP
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a board certified psychologist with 40 years of experience. I focus on present experience, correcting defensive patterns that cause painful symptoms, stress, disregulated states, and relationship problems. "Glitches" in our nervous systems created by earlier experience can be "re-wired". Therapy provides resources and the intimate interpersonal experiences that were missing before. Whatever states are aroused can be safely explored and mastered. When our whole systems, body heart and soul, work properly, receiving help when it's needed, we have a sense of well-being, even in difficult times, and can move towards our life and spiritual goals."
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(512) 588-3845
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"I am a board certified psychologist with 40 years of experience. I focus on present experience, correcting defensive patterns that cause painful symptoms, stress, disregulated states, and relationship problems. "Glitches" in our nervous systems created by earlier experience can be "re-wired". Therapy provides resources and the intimate interpersonal experiences that were missing before. Whatever states are aroused can be safely explored and mastered. When our whole systems, body heart and soul, work properly, receiving help when it's needed, we have a sense of well-being, even in difficult times, and can move towards our life and spiritual goals."
Carl Pickhardt, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, MEd, B.A.
"Parenting consultations about adolescents and public talks to parent and other groups. Since January 2009, my weekly blog for Psychology Today: SURVIVING (YOUR CHILD'S) ADOLESCENCE, has received over 5 million reads. I have written 15 parenting books. The most recent are: SURVIVING YOUR CHILD'S ADOLESCENCE (Wiley, 2013), BOOMERANG KIDS (Sourcebooks, 2011), WHY GOOD KIDS ACT CRUEL (Sourcebooks, 2010), KEYS TO SUCCESSFUL STEPFATHERING (Barron's Educational series, 2010, second edition), STOP THE SCREAMING (Palgrave Macmillan,2009), THE FUTURE OF YOUR ONLY CHILD (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), THE CONNECTED FATHER (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.) A complete list of my books: see my website: www.carlpickhardt.com"
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(361) 444-2472
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"Parenting consultations about adolescents and public talks to parent and other groups. Since January 2009, my weekly blog for Psychology Today: SURVIVING (YOUR CHILD'S) ADOLESCENCE, has received over 5 million reads. I have written 15 parenting books. The most recent are: SURVIVING YOUR CHILD'S ADOLESCENCE (Wiley, 2013), BOOMERANG KIDS (Sourcebooks, 2011), WHY GOOD KIDS ACT CRUEL (Sourcebooks, 2010), KEYS TO SUCCESSFUL STEPFATHERING (Barron's Educational series, 2010, second edition), STOP THE SCREAMING (Palgrave Macmillan,2009), THE FUTURE OF YOUR ONLY CHILD (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), THE CONNECTED FATHER (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.) A complete list of my books: see my website: www.carlpickhardt.com"
Alison Walker, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I'm a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Using a systems theory approach I work with individuals, couples and families at a private practice in Austin. My areas of interest include: parenting issues, bullying, family conflict, marriage counseling, premarital counseling, depression, anxiety, and eating disorders."
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(512) 351-3793
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"I'm a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Using a systems theory approach I work with individuals, couples and families at a private practice in Austin. My areas of interest include: parenting issues, bullying, family conflict, marriage counseling, premarital counseling, depression, anxiety, and eating disorders."
Dena Roberts, Counselor
Counselor, PhD, LCP-S
Verified by Psychology Today
"All of us, including me, need help sometime in our lives. We are not made to go it alone --we need a safe place, with a safe person to explore our important questions. My advanced degree is a specialty in Somatic psychology. That training enables me to work with the psychological, physical, and emotional complexities of human experience. I work with people who have experienced all types of trauma. I also work with those experiencing depression, anxiety, and all types of relationship issues. These are simply a few of the issues people bring to therapy."
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(361) 444-0921
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"All of us, including me, need help sometime in our lives. We are not made to go it alone --we need a safe place, with a safe person to explore our important questions. My advanced degree is a specialty in Somatic psychology. That training enables me to work with the psychological, physical, and emotional complexities of human experience. I work with people who have experienced all types of trauma. I also work with those experiencing depression, anxiety, and all types of relationship issues. These are simply a few of the issues people bring to therapy."
Holly Rae Lawson, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC, PC
Verified by Psychology Today
""If you are in a relationship, it can always be better. If you are coming out of a relationship, do it with integrity." While my practice and approach is appropriate for general mental health support, I provide specially-designed sessions for individuals or couples seeking healing, emotional support, and skills for managing healthy, life-giving relationships. "
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(512) 642-8538
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""If you are in a relationship, it can always be better. If you are coming out of a relationship, do it with integrity." While my practice and approach is appropriate for general mental health support, I provide specially-designed sessions for individuals or couples seeking healing, emotional support, and skills for managing healthy, life-giving relationships. "
Lisa Knudson Psychotherapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"You have trouble letting go of a relationship that leaves you feeling confused or dissatisfied. You start and end your day worrying about the relationship. You feel worse rather than better after communicating with your partner about issues that matter to you. You feel lonely when you are with this person instead of safe and connected. You are constantly trying to meet your partner’s needs and get little in return. You struggle with meeting your basic needs such as eating or sleeping because of your anxiety. You spend so much time thinking about the relationship that you have little or no energy for anything else. You're not alone!"
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(512) 355-7306
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"You have trouble letting go of a relationship that leaves you feeling confused or dissatisfied. You start and end your day worrying about the relationship. You feel worse rather than better after communicating with your partner about issues that matter to you. You feel lonely when you are with this person instead of safe and connected. You are constantly trying to meet your partner’s needs and get little in return. You struggle with meeting your basic needs such as eating or sleeping because of your anxiety. You spend so much time thinking about the relationship that you have little or no energy for anything else. You're not alone!"
Diana Reinhart, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Something feels off in your gut. You can’t put your finger on it, but your relationship isn’t like it used to be. The person you thought you knew is gone. You are walking on eggshells. You feel like you can’t do anything right. You aren’t sure if you can trust your partner anymore, or even yourself. There are times things simply don’t add up . . . or do they? It’s hard to tell. In fact, it’s crazy making. You want to talk about it, but it’s scary to tell your friends or family because you don’t want them to dislike your partner. "
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(512) 271-5371
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"Something feels off in your gut. You can’t put your finger on it, but your relationship isn’t like it used to be. The person you thought you knew is gone. You are walking on eggshells. You feel like you can’t do anything right. You aren’t sure if you can trust your partner anymore, or even yourself. There are times things simply don’t add up . . . or do they? It’s hard to tell. In fact, it’s crazy making. You want to talk about it, but it’s scary to tell your friends or family because you don’t want them to dislike your partner. "
Stephanie Páez (Bilingual), Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFT-A
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Austin, Texas 78703
"Are you currently in a position that feels uncomfortable? Perhaps you don’t know what else to do, you feel stuck, or are confused on what’s next? Life can get challenging at times, but you don’t have to feel that way forever. "
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(512) 308-6070
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Austin, Texas 78703
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"Are you currently in a position that feels uncomfortable? Perhaps you don’t know what else to do, you feel stuck, or are confused on what’s next? Life can get challenging at times, but you don’t have to feel that way forever. "
Dugan Psychotherapy, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Austin, Texas 78703
"I aim at supporting individuals and couples who want to learn about themselves, build healthier relationships, be more emotionally present, and cope more successfully. I believe that through self- exploration and learning about our relationships, we promote growth, peace, and healing in our lives, thus building more fulfilling connections with others. I aim to help you find ways to improve your life and your relationships. If you are dealing with issues related to family conflict, relationships, GLBTQ issues, spirituality, or anxiety; I believe I would be a good fit for you."
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(512) 960-1644
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Austin, Texas 78703
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"I aim at supporting individuals and couples who want to learn about themselves, build healthier relationships, be more emotionally present, and cope more successfully. I believe that through self- exploration and learning about our relationships, we promote growth, peace, and healing in our lives, thus building more fulfilling connections with others. I aim to help you find ways to improve your life and your relationships. If you are dealing with issues related to family conflict, relationships, GLBTQ issues, spirituality, or anxiety; I believe I would be a good fit for you."

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If you're looking for help with relationships in 78703 or for a 78703 relationship therapist these professionals provide relationship therapy, relationship counseling in 78703 and relationship advice. They include relationship therapists, relationship psychologists in 78703, relationship psychotherapists and relationship counselors. They can help with your relationship therapy, 78703 family relationships, love relationships, long distance relationships, abusive relationships or other relationship issues. They can help you understand couples relationships in 78703, gay relationships, child relationships, sibling relationships and play relationships.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 78703 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 78703 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 78703 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 78703 or family therapy in 78703.