Brianna "Bri" Hamlyn, LPC Associate
Supervised by Eva Escobedo, LPC-S
Have you ever had a moment where suddenly much of your life made more sense than it ever had before? Now you face new challenges as a result of your clarity and have sought counseling to work through those. Or perhaps this is something you’ve longed for but have yet to find and that led you to seek support. If this sounds like you, I’m so glad to be able to walk alongside you in your journey and help you find healing.
I believe therapy is about providing a space where people can be seen and heard without the fear of how their thoughts or decisions will affect those around them. I want to sit with you in your pain, help you to have insight about your past and present, and remind you that all of your feelings and needs are valid.
Authenticity is the cornerstone of how I develop the therapeutic relationship. Feminism, intersectionality, and anti-racist work are all important to me personally and professionally. I am accessibility focused, LGBTQIA+ and poly affirming, sex positive, fat positive, and approach body image and disordered eating from an intuitive eating/Health at Every Size perspective.
I provide counseling to individuals and couples, and my professional experience includes working with people with concerns related to trauma, domestic violence, relationship issues, sexual health, sex work, cult membership, and religion. I have personal experience navigating chronic illness and disordered eating as a Type 1, insulin dependent, diabetic.
My time outside of the counseling room is primarily spent practicing seido karate, reading the Outlander series and other romance novels, or visiting family.
If it sounds like I might be a good support to you in your healing journey, please reach out to me at 512/201-4501, ext. 266.
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
Domestic Violence, Relationship Abuse
Chronic Illness, Disordered Eating, HAES/IE
Feminist, Trauma-Informed, Strengths-Based
Techniques & Experience
Eva C. Escobedo, LPC-S
2015 S. IH 35, Suite 110
Austin, TX 78741