You know you are suffering and everything you have tried so far hasn’t worked. You want help. You keep having the same kinds of experiences over and over again and you are baffled as to how to break the cycle. You know you’ve got some baggage, but you’re not sure what all is in there or how much it’s really weighing you down. You hear other people talk about counseling, maybe you’ve even tried therapy before. You’re considering it now. You found your way to the Therapy Austin website. What next? What can you even hope for here?
Meeting with one of our therapists weekly, you will form a relationship with someone who validates your experience and your perspective and is committed to helping you find ways out of your current stuck habits. They will listen intently and come to know you and your story in a meaningful way. Your counselor will help you look at experiences from childhood, become aware of your current patterns of thought and behavior, help you identify what gets in your way of living your life the way you want to, and will challenge you to change and grow.
Your therapist will be caring and will create a private space for you, outside of your current system, a space where it is safe to explore yourself. They will give you their full attention and reflect back to you what they hear and see. They will offer you some perspectives you don’t currently have, they will see things that are in your blind-spots and will gently show them to you.
Your counselor knows some things you don’t yet know and they will use that knowledge to challenge you, to help you to heal and grow. Your therapist is dedicated to helping you be your best self, the self you want to be.
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Meet Our Individual Counselors
I am so excited to start this journey with you. I know first hand how difficult it can be to take those first steps towards self exploration. But you made it, you are here—welcome! Whether you have prior experience with therapy or you are coming to therapy for the very first time, we will tackle your expectations together. As a therapist, I practice a person-centered approach, meaning you ...