Jordan Weinert, LPC
“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.” Maya Angelou
Hello, my name is Jordan, and welcome to Therapy Austin! Whatever has brought you here at this moment, I believe that taking this next step to approach it can be equally frightening and courageous. While we all come in with different experiences of relationships, I think the therapeutic relationship is a unique kind that can develop new growth and insights. It is a place for tears, laughs, and everything in between.
You may have something occur that you can't seem to forget about. Your coping skills are no longer working in the same way. Or perhaps you keep repeating the same relationship mistakes. Together, we can co-create a process of understanding and healing. The counseling room, physically or virtually, is a space for you not to worry about saying the right thing but to speak up without fear of judgment.
My experience includes working with people who have experienced trauma, anxiety, depression, relationship or identity issues, substance use recovery, and life transitions. I am LGBTQIA+ affirming and culturally sensitive. I welcome the inclusion of one's spirituality or religion into the counseling experience, whether you find comfort in your beliefs or are questioning them all together. No matter the issue or concern you come in with, I look at how this part is affected by the whole.
Outside of the counseling room, I can be found trying new restaurants, getting refills at local coffeehouses, or trying my best to keep up with my pup and plants at home. After leaving Austin for six years to attend Texas A&M and work abroad, I returned home to complete my Master's in Mental Health Counseling and practice within the city.
If you are interested in working with me, please call me at 512/201-4501, ext. 274.
Want help finding a great counselor? Call us at (512) 201-4501 ext. 1 or share your contact info below and we'll call you.
Area of Expertise
Trauma, Attachment Styles, and Life Transitions
Meaning, Spirituality, Anxiety
Holistic, Warm, and Collaborative