Alexandra "Allie" Hale, LPC Associate
Supervised by Lynne Silver, LPC
Welcome, I am proud that you are here and willing to begin (or continue) your healing journey. I am always humbled and honored to know those willing to commit to the challenging yet transforming work of therapy.
My person-centered and integrative approach stems from the belief that you hold the power to heal yourself from the inside out. My goal is to support you in becoming an expert of your internal world.
I work with both individuals and couples, dealing with anxiety, depression, life transitions, communication issues, grief/loss, and relational/developmental trauma. With warmth, openness, and curiosity, I strive to provide a container for you to navigate life’s many challenges. I aim to be a witness of your story so that together we may hone awareness on the root of emotional problems and presenting issues. We will work collaboratively to discover conditioned beliefs and patterns that no longer serve you and focus on positive resources and tangible tools to increase your sense of agency and connection to your authentic self.
At a young age I was introduced to a multitude of holistic health practices which developed into a life-long passion for the healing arts and mind-body connection. I hold a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology (the study of human body movement) and a decade of experience working as a wellness retreat coordinator and a yoga instructor. My understanding of healing as a blending of both art and science naturally transitioned me into the field of counseling. My passion for the mind-body connection informs my somatic and experiential approach to therapy in which I use parts work, mindfulness modalities, interoceptive techniques, neurobiology and knowledge of the nervous system to support increased emotional regulation, emotional embodiment and invite space for spontaneous healing and growth.
I completed my Master’s in Counseling Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute with an emphasis in professional clinical counseling, marriage and family therapy and depth psychology. Through my education, training, as well as my own journey of self-discovery, I understand the deep healing potential of somatic awareness, movement, dreams, images, and symbols to help manage and navigate internal conflicts and create more meaning and vitality in one’s life.
I spent the majority of my childhood in London, England before moving to Houston, Texas. In 2016 I moved to Austin, where I love to spend as much time in nature as I can— especially in the water. In my free time, I enjoy being active, cooking, reading, traveling, and spending time with my husband, family and friends.
If you are interested in working together, I invite you to call me at (512) 201-4501 ext. 235 or complete the online request form below.
Would you like to talk to someone directly about counseling? Call us at (512) 201-4501 ext. 1.
Phone calls are answered Monday through Friday, 1pm-4pm.
Area of Expertise
Person-Centered, Open-Minded, Integrative
Life Transitions, Personal Growth, Relationship Issues, Depression and Anxiety
Mind-Body, Trauma-Informed, Somatic Psychology
Techniques & Experience
Lynne Silver, LPC-S
Austin, TX 78703