Jody Miller, LPC Associate
Contact her 512-983-7201
I enjoy working with adults of any age who are struggling with dissociation or other challenges due to trauma; problems with identity or sense of self; existential depression or anxiety; complex grief; the effects of a Near Death Experience (NDE); difficult life transitions; relational issues; or GLBQ concerns. I invite clients into a safe and supportive environment in which the therapeutic relationship becomes the vehicle for exploring challenges and pathways to success (as you define it for yourself). My integrative approach draws from relational, person-centered, attachment-based, trauma focused, psychodynamic, mindfulness, and strength-based treatment approaches. Together we will create a plan that best meets your needs.
Kathryn Reynolds, LPC Associate
Contact her (512) 537-1627
It is my goal to create a non-judgmental empathetic safe space to process feelings, learn to let go, and support you on your therapeutic journey. I believe in the importance of focusing on the mind-body connection and will incorporate mindfulness coping strategies to reduce stress. I have a person-centered, relational, and collaborative approach. I am open to constructive feedback and want to know what is working for you and what aspects haven’t served you in the past. I address correcting negative behaviors, self-defeating thoughts, and identifying triggers through a Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) lens. I always crave additional training, which is why have completed EMDR training. I further focus on attachment theory by breaking old patterns and creating new healthy boundaries. I work with people facing anxiety, depression, trauma, spectrum disorders (Autism), learning difficulties, and life transitions. I always feel honored when people trust me on a deeper level and are truly able to be their authentic selves in our work together. Thank you for allowing me to go on this journey with you. Email: KathrynBReynoldsCounseling@gmail.com
Lindsay Burns. LPC Associate
Contact her (512) 537-9368
I strive to create an authentic, accepting, and open environment for you to feel completely safe and comfortable in. I work with adult individuals and couples. I have experience working with anxiety, depression, grief, self-esteem issues, relationship problems, communication issues, and life transitions. I come from a person- centered and holistic mindset, utilizing CBT techniques. For couples, I also utilize the Gottman Method. My work is LGBTQIA+ affirming because our identities are sacred. I enjoy working with couples of all types (married, unmarried, premarital, and nontraditional). I believe that relationships are the most rewarding aspects of our lives. Relationships can be complex, but partners who are truly committed to the process can overcome trauma and past wounds to build more beautiful and fulfilling partnerships.
Together we will process what you’re going through, analyze patterns, create goals, and work towards growth. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Austin Hudson, LPC Associate
Contact him (512) 851-0950
As a therapist specializing in children and teens, I've found the most impactful thing I can be is a non-judgmental, encouraging, and authentic voice. Children and teens need validation and a warm and caring adult who will work to understand the difficulties they experience. In my time providing these services, I've realized that we never grow out of needing these qualities. In other words, my work with children and teens has guided me to approach my work with adults in a more holistic and compassionate fashion.
So, whether you are a single adult, a couple, a family, or a single teen or child, I am always cognizant that what you likely need the most is a non-judgmental, warm, and listening ear. I believe it is a privilege to provide that service as an emotionally safe space for another human being. I love what I do and assure you that I will always keep in mind the responsibility this job entails and prioritize your emotional experience as the client. www.AustinHudsonTherapy.com