Licensed Professional Counselor, ATR-BC, LPC-AT, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Austin, Texas 78703
"Do you ever feel like your actions don't make sense, and you don't know why you end up doing what you do and feeling how you feel? Like maybe YOU don't make sense? I have been there too, and I believe there are reasons behind what we believe and how we act. Part of my goal is to help you develop insight into your thoughts and behaviors. It is my job to look and listen, so that together, we can begin to understand. And, ultimately, find meaning in your struggles and in your triumphs."
Self-Harming
(512) 858-8867
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Office is near:
Austin, Texas 78703
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"Do you ever feel like your actions don't make sense, and you don't know why you end up doing what you do and feeling how you feel? Like maybe YOU don't make sense? I have been there too, and I believe there are reasons behind what we believe and how we act. Part of my goal is to help you develop insight into your thoughts and behaviors. It is my job to look and listen, so that together, we can begin to understand. And, ultimately, find meaning in your struggles and in your triumphs."
Teddy Terhune, Psychotherapist, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Austin, Texas 78703
"Almost all of us have experienced some form of trauma either directly or indirectly. Trauma is a fact of life. The good news is that we can heal trauma. Maybe you have tried therapy before and it hasn't seemed to work. You get some relief, but you don't get resolution. You continue to feel stuck or disconnected from life or to engage in the same problem behaviors and patterns. You hope your life can get better at the same time feel hopeless. This is often what unresolved trauma looks like. With EMDR and increased Somatic focus, we can move through and transform trauma. "
Self-Harming
(512) 710-2716
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Office is near:
Austin, Texas 78703
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Self-Harming
"Almost all of us have experienced some form of trauma either directly or indirectly. Trauma is a fact of life. The good news is that we can heal trauma. Maybe you have tried therapy before and it hasn't seemed to work. You get some relief, but you don't get resolution. You continue to feel stuck or disconnected from life or to engage in the same problem behaviors and patterns. You hope your life can get better at the same time feel hopeless. This is often what unresolved trauma looks like. With EMDR and increased Somatic focus, we can move through and transform trauma. "
Kory Schruben, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Austin, Texas 78703
"I focus on developing caring and authentic relationships with my clients, because no one should have to go through difficult times alone. Therapy is a place to explore how our past experiences influence our perceptions of ourselves and the world around us. Through collaborative conversations, we will figure out new ways of interacting with the stressors in your life. My approach to therapy combines cognitive techniques while working primarily from a Relational-Cultural foundation. I enjoy working with clients who have a variety of concerns, including depression, anxiety, self-injury, Bipolar Disorder, family/childhood/relationship trauma, and LGBTQIA+ identity concerns."
Self-Harming
(512) 520-0893
Verified
Office is near:
Austin, Texas 78703
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Self-Harming
"I focus on developing caring and authentic relationships with my clients, because no one should have to go through difficult times alone. Therapy is a place to explore how our past experiences influence our perceptions of ourselves and the world around us. Through collaborative conversations, we will figure out new ways of interacting with the stressors in your life. My approach to therapy combines cognitive techniques while working primarily from a Relational-Cultural foundation. I enjoy working with clients who have a variety of concerns, including depression, anxiety, self-injury, Bipolar Disorder, family/childhood/relationship trauma, and LGBTQIA+ identity concerns."
K. Sophie Abel, LCSW, PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Have you ever felt lonely and struggle to maintain relationships, whether friendly or romantically? Overwhelmed, anxious, or even desperate? These are very hard emotions and situations to shoulder once, let alone on a regular basis, and no one should have to bear them without help. Therapy is the avenue whereby you can safely explore your emotions and relationships with a skilled professional who will enable you to discover and rediscover your own strengths and joy more quickly and thoroughly. Though the road may be daunting, you do not have to brave it alone."
Self-Harming
(512) 686-5489
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Self-Harming
"Have you ever felt lonely and struggle to maintain relationships, whether friendly or romantically? Overwhelmed, anxious, or even desperate? These are very hard emotions and situations to shoulder once, let alone on a regular basis, and no one should have to bear them without help. Therapy is the avenue whereby you can safely explore your emotions and relationships with a skilled professional who will enable you to discover and rediscover your own strengths and joy more quickly and thoroughly. Though the road may be daunting, you do not have to brave it alone."
Michelle Silva Segura, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT-S, LPC-S, SEP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Deciding to take those initial first steps toward seeking help through psychotherapy can be challenging. Some initial concerns may include, "How will I know if the therapist is competent?" "What if they judge me?" "Will I feel comfortable telling them what I am really feeling and thinking?" These concerns are extremely common in trying to find the right therapist for you. The key phrase is "the right therapist for YOU..." Everyone is different with different needs. I encourage you to read about my experience and the services I provide in to see if I may be the right therapist for you."
Self-Harming
(512) 337-1899
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Self-Harming
"Deciding to take those initial first steps toward seeking help through psychotherapy can be challenging. Some initial concerns may include, "How will I know if the therapist is competent?" "What if they judge me?" "Will I feel comfortable telling them what I am really feeling and thinking?" These concerns are extremely common in trying to find the right therapist for you. The key phrase is "the right therapist for YOU..." Everyone is different with different needs. I encourage you to read about my experience and the services I provide in to see if I may be the right therapist for you."
Ragan Jones Morales Supervised By Darla Absher Psyd Lpc-S, LPC Intern
LPC Intern, MS, LPC-I
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you experience anxiety, depression, and sadness as some of your primary emotions? Do you often feel hopeless, or helpless? Do you have the nagging sensation that there is something more to be had with your life? These emotions do not have to prevent you from experiencing joy, peace and pleasure. Together, we can reframe your story through a counseling relationship. I believe sitting with another person to explore their story, and their perceptions related to those stories, can redeem broken places, restore vitality, and reveal hope for the future. "
Self-Harming
(512) 710-2078
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Self-Harming
"Do you experience anxiety, depression, and sadness as some of your primary emotions? Do you often feel hopeless, or helpless? Do you have the nagging sensation that there is something more to be had with your life? These emotions do not have to prevent you from experiencing joy, peace and pleasure. Together, we can reframe your story through a counseling relationship. I believe sitting with another person to explore their story, and their perceptions related to those stories, can redeem broken places, restore vitality, and reveal hope for the future. "
Darla Dawn Absher, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, PsyD, LPC-S
Verified by Psychology Today
"Dr. Darla Absher is a a Licensed Professional Counselor, Supervisor LPC-S #62089, located in Austin and Bastrop, Texas. Dr. Absher treats the full spectrum of disorders and life adjustments. I received my Master of Arts in Counseling from St. Edward's University, in Austin, Texas in August 2005. In 2003, I received my Master of Arts in Human Services from St. Edward's. In 2001 I graduated from St. Edward's University with a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Psychology. In December 2011, I graduated from Argosy University in Dallas, Texas with a Doctor of Clinical Psychology."
Self-Harming
(512) 900-2584
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Self-Harming
"Dr. Darla Absher is a a Licensed Professional Counselor, Supervisor LPC-S #62089, located in Austin and Bastrop, Texas. Dr. Absher treats the full spectrum of disorders and life adjustments. I received my Master of Arts in Counseling from St. Edward's University, in Austin, Texas in August 2005. In 2003, I received my Master of Arts in Human Services from St. Edward's. In 2001 I graduated from St. Edward's University with a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Psychology. In December 2011, I graduated from Argosy University in Dallas, Texas with a Doctor of Clinical Psychology."
Glenn Olds, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, CGP
Verified by Psychology Today
"I take an active and down-to-earth approach to helping people explore new ways of managing their emotions and relating to others. I enjoy helping clients slow down and connect to their emotions and inner resources through mindful tracking and self-compassion. I've had over a decade experience helping clients develop emotional resilience, the ability to remain grounded in the face of strong feelings rather than becoming anxious or depressed. I draw on my 15+ years experience with daily mindfulness practice, which has deepened my ability to connect compassionately to my clients and their experience."
Self-Harming
(512) 649-9426
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Self-Harming
"I take an active and down-to-earth approach to helping people explore new ways of managing their emotions and relating to others. I enjoy helping clients slow down and connect to their emotions and inner resources through mindful tracking and self-compassion. I've had over a decade experience helping clients develop emotional resilience, the ability to remain grounded in the face of strong feelings rather than becoming anxious or depressed. I draw on my 15+ years experience with daily mindfulness practice, which has deepened my ability to connect compassionately to my clients and their experience."
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."
Self-Harming
(512) 410-6009
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Self-Harming
"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."
Katie Dillingham, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach to therapy is active, within a completely safe, comfortable, and friendly environment. I don't believe that struggling is weak or wrong - these feelings allow us to learn and grow into stronger and more capable people. I think that there are some experiences in life that hit us a little harder than others, and leave us needing some support along the way. These challenges can affect our emotional and physical experience through anxiety, exhaustion, or sadness and depression. I work with clients to reframe and understand these experiences, so they can take up less space in their lives."
Self-Harming
(512) 605-1720
Verified
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Self-Harming
"My approach to therapy is active, within a completely safe, comfortable, and friendly environment. I don't believe that struggling is weak or wrong - these feelings allow us to learn and grow into stronger and more capable people. I think that there are some experiences in life that hit us a little harder than others, and leave us needing some support along the way. These challenges can affect our emotional and physical experience through anxiety, exhaustion, or sadness and depression. I work with clients to reframe and understand these experiences, so they can take up less space in their lives."
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. "
Self-Harming
(737) 204-1245
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Self-Harming
"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. "
Alejandra Peña (Bilingual), Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, LPC, LMFT-A
Verified by Psychology Today
"Ofrezco terapia/consejería a individuos, parejas y familias en un ambiente seguro. Mi meta principal es apoyar a las personas con las que trabajo a que desarrollen percepciones sanas de ellos mismos y a construir relaciones fuertes y sanas para que puedan conocerse como individuos enteros y seguros. Ningún enfoque es el correcto para cada individuo, entonces yo utilizo varias modalidades y técnicas para alcanzar las metas con mis clientes. Me he especializado con entrenamientos (EMDR) y experiencia en trabajar con personas que han pasado traumas . También hago evaluaciones de migración. Mi lengua materna es Español."
Self-Harming
(512) 361-5769
Verified
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Self-Harming
"Ofrezco terapia/consejería a individuos, parejas y familias en un ambiente seguro. Mi meta principal es apoyar a las personas con las que trabajo a que desarrollen percepciones sanas de ellos mismos y a construir relaciones fuertes y sanas para que puedan conocerse como individuos enteros y seguros. Ningún enfoque es el correcto para cada individuo, entonces yo utilizo varias modalidades y técnicas para alcanzar las metas con mis clientes. Me he especializado con entrenamientos (EMDR) y experiencia en trabajar con personas que han pasado traumas . También hago evaluaciones de migración. Mi lengua materna es Español."
Sex Therapy With Dylan Davies, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LPC, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you know how common sexual problems are? Often we feel we are all alone with these issues. I am a competent sex therapist that can help you address hard-to-talk-about sexual difficulties, either alone or with your partner. My mission is to help you prioritize pleasure and create more vital and exuberant relationships. I seek to take the intimidation out of sex therapy by creating a completely non-judgmental space in which to discuss sensitive, and sometimes difficult, topics. I'm passionate about helping couples and individuals define and find the sex they want."
Self-Harming
(512) 817-3781
Verified
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Self-Harming
"Do you know how common sexual problems are? Often we feel we are all alone with these issues. I am a competent sex therapist that can help you address hard-to-talk-about sexual difficulties, either alone or with your partner. My mission is to help you prioritize pleasure and create more vital and exuberant relationships. I seek to take the intimidation out of sex therapy by creating a completely non-judgmental space in which to discuss sensitive, and sometimes difficult, topics. I'm passionate about helping couples and individuals define and find the sex they want."
Lindsey Lucius, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Struggle with intense self-criticism? Feel like you’re drowning in a sense that everything you do and say is somehow wrong? Does your mind circle around the same moments over and over again hoping it can find some resolution to a perceived past or future "mistake"? These are experiences of a concept I call shamexiety (shame+anxiety=shamexiety). Shamexiety keeps us anxious, hoping that hypervigilance will help us find a way to avoid or undo feeling ashamed. It's like a self-reflective fun-house mirror that totally distorts our self-perception."
Self-Harming
(512) 524-3410
Verified
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Self-Harming
"Struggle with intense self-criticism? Feel like you’re drowning in a sense that everything you do and say is somehow wrong? Does your mind circle around the same moments over and over again hoping it can find some resolution to a perceived past or future "mistake"? These are experiences of a concept I call shamexiety (shame+anxiety=shamexiety). Shamexiety keeps us anxious, hoping that hypervigilance will help us find a way to avoid or undo feeling ashamed. It's like a self-reflective fun-house mirror that totally distorts our self-perception."
Brenda Lee Gauthier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCDC, CCTP, SEP
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you feel like you have tried everything and nothing works, I get you! I strongly believe that we all have an inner wisdom deep within us, but through our life experiences and social influences, most of us lose access to our Real truth. In our work together I will guide and support you as we peel back the layers so that you can reconnect with your deeper sense of self. As you begin to make that connection, shift happens. My hope is for you to leave my office feeling empowered in your healing journey."
Self-Harming
(512) 643-7248
Verified
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Self-Harming
"If you feel like you have tried everything and nothing works, I get you! I strongly believe that we all have an inner wisdom deep within us, but through our life experiences and social influences, most of us lose access to our Real truth. In our work together I will guide and support you as we peel back the layers so that you can reconnect with your deeper sense of self. As you begin to make that connection, shift happens. My hope is for you to leave my office feeling empowered in your healing journey."
Diana Verdin (Bilingual), Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LPA, LPC-S
Verified by Psychology Today
"Congratulations on taking the first step in starting therapy. For over 20 years, I've enjoyed collaborating with adults, teens and their families to resolve conflicts, and foster more meaningful relationships. Anxiety and depression can cloud our ability to see ourselves and others in a positive light. Together we can challenge negative thinking that blocks goal attainment, regulate overwhelming emotions, and calm the body. In a safe environment we can explore new ways of thinking and being. I look forward to joining you on your journey"
Self-Harming
(512) 865-5109
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Self-Harming
"Congratulations on taking the first step in starting therapy. For over 20 years, I've enjoyed collaborating with adults, teens and their families to resolve conflicts, and foster more meaningful relationships. Anxiety and depression can cloud our ability to see ourselves and others in a positive light. Together we can challenge negative thinking that blocks goal attainment, regulate overwhelming emotions, and calm the body. In a safe environment we can explore new ways of thinking and being. I look forward to joining you on your journey"
Jenny Gilbert Lcsw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"New client openings (8/2/2019)* Are you exhausted by depression, anxiety, and stress? Would it help if your Therapist were conveniently located near campus and downtown Austin with flexible meeting times? Spyglass Counseling is here to help. I offer presence and purpose in my work with clients. We will come together to learn more about you and connect with your important place in this world. With this insight, we will identify what meaningful steps could be taken to create change in your life. You will always be met with warmth and understanding, regardless of what brings you into our counseling space."
Self-Harming
(512) 572-5757
Verified
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Self-Harming
"New client openings (8/2/2019)* Are you exhausted by depression, anxiety, and stress? Would it help if your Therapist were conveniently located near campus and downtown Austin with flexible meeting times? Spyglass Counseling is here to help. I offer presence and purpose in my work with clients. We will come together to learn more about you and connect with your important place in this world. With this insight, we will identify what meaningful steps could be taken to create change in your life. You will always be met with warmth and understanding, regardless of what brings you into our counseling space."
Sashi Gabrielle Kimball, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"There are times when we feel anxious, sad or uncertain. We often push or run away from the unwanted feelings and thoughts. We have developed certain coping and habit patterns to survive that no longer serve us. We are ready for change. In a safe, non-judgmental environment we will explore what you are wanting in your life and what patterns may keep you from having it and the sense of personal freedom and well-being you may seek. Our goal will be for you to increase a sense of self-awareness, and have the courage to let go of unhealthy thoughts, feelings and behaviors, while cultivating and allowing more strength, ease and joy. "
Self-Harming
(512) 270-6054
Verified
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Self-Harming
"There are times when we feel anxious, sad or uncertain. We often push or run away from the unwanted feelings and thoughts. We have developed certain coping and habit patterns to survive that no longer serve us. We are ready for change. In a safe, non-judgmental environment we will explore what you are wanting in your life and what patterns may keep you from having it and the sense of personal freedom and well-being you may seek. Our goal will be for you to increase a sense of self-awareness, and have the courage to let go of unhealthy thoughts, feelings and behaviors, while cultivating and allowing more strength, ease and joy. "
Inbal Kleinerman
PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Austin, Texas 78703
"Therapy is an invitation to explore past and present experiences and relationships in a safe, supportive environment. I believe in the healing power of feeling connected-connected to oneself and connected to others. I believe this sense of connection derives from one's ability to know oneself more deeply, accessing different levels of awareness through mindful presence and inner exploration. I see my clients as the experts on their lives and experiences and view therapy as a place that allows us to express our natural power to heal and grow. I"
Self-Harming
(512) 982-9820
Verified
Office is near:
Austin, Texas 78703
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Self-Harming
"Therapy is an invitation to explore past and present experiences and relationships in a safe, supportive environment. I believe in the healing power of feeling connected-connected to oneself and connected to others. I believe this sense of connection derives from one's ability to know oneself more deeply, accessing different levels of awareness through mindful presence and inner exploration. I see my clients as the experts on their lives and experiences and view therapy as a place that allows us to express our natural power to heal and grow. I"
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. "
Self-Harming
(512) 308-6070
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Office is near:
Austin, Texas 78703
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Self-Harming
"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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Self-Harming (Cutting) Therapists
Self-harm (SH) or deliberate self-harm (DSH) is the deliberate infliction of damage to your own body. It includes cutting, burning, scratching, banging or hitting yourself, interfering with wound healing, and the ingestion of toxic substances or objects. While self injury (SI) can look like suicide, it's not; most people who mutilate themselves do it as a way to regulate mood. People who hurt themselves in this way may be motivated by a need to distract themselves from inner turmoil, or to quickly release anxiety that builds due to an inability to express intense emotions.

If you're looking for help with self-harming in 78703 or for someone who self harms, or cuts themselves, or bangs or hits themselves, these 78703 therapists provide counseling for self harming in 78703. They include therapists, who understand self harming in 78703, psychologists and counselors. They can provide self harming counseling in 78703 or treatment for self harming.

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.