Therapy Austin
Marilyn Mozier Therapy Austin

Marilyn "Katie" Mozier, LPC Associate, NCC


Supervised by Brittany Whallen, LPC-S, LMFT-S

“Perhaps all the dragons in our lives are princesses who are only waiting to see us act, just once, with beauty and courage. Perhaps everything that frightens us is, in its deepest essence, something helpless that wants our love.” -Rainer Maria Rilke

Congratulations on taking this step to find a therapist. In what can be a daunting process, this action symbolizes your commitment to changing something in your life. I approach the therapeutic experience as one of collaboration, where we work together to deepen your relationship to self so you may deepen your relationship to others. My training is trauma- and attachment-informed, which means we will often consider the somatic, or physical, experience as it relates to your emotional experience. Together we will explore what it means to be you, here and now. We will likely work together on building coping skills to get you some relief from current symptoms and pair that with deeper, existential work to identify source wounds to examine and heal. By looking internally through self-reflection and development, we can see external change follow. Positive change is one goal of therapy, and we will approach the process with self-compassion, empathy, and empowerment. 

My substantial experience with grief and loss informs my desire to be in a connective space with people at their most human. I graduated from Tulane University in 2010 with a B.S. in Psychology, where I had the opportunity to do research in a stress and trauma lab after Hurricane Katrina. As a New Orleans native, I allowed the humbling experience of collective trauma and loss to inform my later decision to become a professional counselor. The current epidemic of loss due to overdose inspires my work with individuals who struggle with substance use (and their friends and families). My interest in trauma and grief led me to pursue my Master’s in Professional Counseling from Texas State University. Counseling is a second career to me, after over a decade working in the service industry in bars and restaurants helped me hone my people skills, connecting with folks carrying their own trauma, substance abuse, grief, anxiety, and identity struggles. 

Therapy is a unique space where you may find yourself having a huge range of feelings. This space is a sacred one, built on trust and acceptance. I look forward to meeting you here, to support and witness your experience and growth. To take the next step on your journey, contact me via this page to set up a consultation.

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More about Katie


Starts at $110/hr*
*Actual rates subject to counselor openings

Area of Expertise

Trauma-informed, attachment-focused, existential 

Gentle accountability, culturally-sensitive, collaborative 

Grief and loss, stress and trauma, substance abuse, life transitions


Individual Counseling


Central Main

Works With

Development Trauma
Identity Development/Exploration
Affair Recovery
Imposter Syndrome
Inner Critic/Negative Self Talk
Issues Related to Oppression
Premarital Issues
Anxiety & Stress
Depression/Low Mood
Substance Use
Low Self-Esteem
Troubled Childhood
Troublesome Behaviors
Relationship to Food/Body
Obsessive/Compulsive Tendencies
Problem Thoughts
Personal Growth
Life Transitions
Grief & Loss
Exploring Sexuality/Sexual Expression
Gender Identity
Issues with Parents
Communication Issues
Conflict Resolution
Anger Management
Relationship Issues
Domestic Violence
Death & Dying
Caregiver Fatigue
Chronic Illness
Career Transitions
Problems at Work
Problems at School
Social Skills Development
Relationship to Social Media
Academic Pressure
Sports Performance
Interrupted Sleep/Insomnia

Techniques & Experience

Practices from an anti-racist lens
Focused on practicing skills
Mindfulness modalities
Integrates art therapies
Specializing in grief, loss, death, dying
Anxiety alleviation experience
Helpful with mid-20's challenges
Familiar with substance abuse
Career counseling


Enjoys working with midlife adults
Warm & caring
Friendly & direct
Lived experience/Identity affirming
Enjoys working with first-time therapy clients
Active sense of humor
LGBTQIA+ Affirming
Spiritually sensitive
Anxiety alleviation experience
Enjoys working with young adults
Identity Affirming
Professional experience other than counseling
Enjoys working with older adults
Decades of life experience
Calm & slow-paced
Schedule Openings
To find out what openings Katie has currently, please submit a request and specify Katie Mozier in the comment box
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Additional Info

Clinical Supervision

Brittany Neece, LPC-S, LMFT-S
4131 Spicewood Springs Road, Suite M-1
Austin, TX 78759


Contact Katie

512-201-4501 ext 370