In-office psychology services in Austin, providing:
- adult children of alcoholics
- anxiety & depression
- Body Acceptance Project
- body image assessment
- eating experiment
- fitness timeline
- guided breathing and mindfulness
- mindful eating
- relationship with your body
Psychology Self Help Books
Have you ever wondered if it might be helpful to “go talk to someone”?
Investing in therapy involves time, money, and a desire to make changes with the help of a qualified clinician. Maybe you have considered family therapy or couples counseling after a transition or a break-up. At some point, you’ve likely felt like you have less control in some aspects of your life than you’d like.
“But can’t I get better on my own? Do I have to go to psychotherapy?”
There are, at the very least, things you can do which will move you forward from where you are now. And if you choose, will prepare you for work with a counselor and possibly make therapy even more effective.
Austin Disordered Eating and Body Image Therapy