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Chloe Rogers Therapy Austin

Chloe Rogers, LMSW

she/her/hers

Supervised by Tammy Clouston, LCSW-S

“Life is like walking, you take one step at a time.” -Taylor Swift


Hello and welcome to a new chapter in your healing journey! Therapy can be an amazing opportunity for self-exploration and healing. I am always excited to see new individuals initiating the therapeutic process. Therapy can be a safe place for you to find your voice and share what you feel. Sometimes, just speaking things to life can be more powerful than expected. 

Regardless of if this is your first time in therapy or not, it shows great strength and courage to initiate this process! Life can be very challenging and overwhelming at times. While therapy may not eliminate challenges, it can be an opportunity for you to learn more about yourself and your strengths. 

I tend to use a flexible, client-centered approach in therapy because people and their experiences are unique. I work with people who are processing trauma, boundary work, and stress. Additionally, I like to help those who are experiencing stress from a life transition. Sometimes, it can be difficult to transition into new stages of life, if there are many unprocessed feelings and/or experiences. I aim to make the therapeutic space a safe place where you can work at your own pace toward healing. I tend to be my clients’ biggest cheerleader. 

An important part in the healing process is acknowledging how our minds and bodies are connected. Trauma can sometimes manifest in unexpected ways. Our bodies can carry stress and trauma, which is why I encourage you to find a way to tune into your body and mind. Together, we can find coping mechanisms and relaxation techniques that fit your lifestyle. 

A little about me is, I was born and raised in Houston, Texas, before moving to East Texas for college. There, I got my Bachelor of Social Work at Stephen F. Austin State University. I then moved to Austin while receiving my master’s in social work through Saint Leo University’s social work program. I learned to “pivot” during the pandemic, as I had to undergo graduate school online. I am flexible and enjoy being a part of others’ healing journeys. In my spare time, I love to be with my friends, family, and two dogs. I enjoy listening to music, running, reading, yoga, baking, and spending time outside. 

I have primarily worked with young adults and couples struggling with stress, anxiety, trauma, and pressure. I am very passionate about helping others to overcome people-pleasing techniques and helping them identify and set boundaries that align with their goals. Coming from a multicultural and multiracial family, I love to celebrate our differences, while also inviting you to share your own experiences. I am an LGBTQIA+ ally and invite clients to share their experiences in a safe, nonjudgmental, and validating environment. Finding a therapist that you relate to is important! If you feel that we are a good fit, then please contact me. I look forward to working with you towards your goals!

More about Chloe

Area of Expertise

People-pleasing and boundary work 

Relationships, communication, and love languages 

LGBTGIA+ affirming and client-centered


Services

Individual Counseling

Locations

South Banister
South Slaughter

Works With

Anxiety & Stress
Depression/Low Mood
Trauma
Substance Abuse
Loneliness
Low Self-Esteem
Troubled Childhood
Troublesome Behaviors
Struggles with Food/Eating
Obsessive/Compulsive Tendencies
Problem Thoughts
Perfectionism
Personal Growth
Life Transitions
Spirituality
Exploring Sexuality/Sexual expression
Questions about Gender
Parenting
Issues with Parents
Pregnancy/Postpartum
Communication Issues
Conflict Resolution
Relationship Issues
Anger Management
Divorce
Domestic Violence
Caregiver Fatigue
Chronic Illness
ADD/ADHD
Interrupted sleep/Insomnia
Career Transitions
Problems at Work
Problems at School

Techniques & Experience

Focused on practicing skills
Helpful with mid-20's challenges
Anxiety alleviation experience
Trauma-focused
Mindfulness modalities
CBT oriented
Solution-focused/Brief Therapy
Career counseling

Qualities

Warm & caring
Calm & slow-paced
Friendly & direct
Youthful
Active sense of humor
Enjoys treating young adults
Anxiety alleviation experience
LGBTQ friendly
Spiritually sensitive
Enjoys working with older adults
Additional Info

Clinical Supervision

Tammy Clouston, LCSW-S

3355 Bee Caves Rd, #510

Austin, TX 78746

512/329-9455

Contact Chloe

512-201-4501 ext 317
Work with Chloe

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  • Main
    1415 W. 51st St, #1
    Austin, TX 78756
  • North
    8500 Shoal Creek Bldg. 4 #202
    Austin, TX 78757
  • Highland
    505 E Huntland Drive, #320
    Austin, TX 78752
  • Banister Lane
    4009 Banister Lane, #430
    Austin, TX 78704
  • Slaughter Lane
    1213 W. Slaughter Lane, #130
    Austin, TX 78748
512-201-4501
Monday - Friday
6am - 10pm
Saturday - Sunday
8am - 8pm

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