Counseling Services for Stress & Anxiety in Austin.


Find A Therapist in Austin


Stress & Anxiety

Rebecca Kloc, LPC

Therapist/Licensed Professional Counselor

2525 Wallingwood Dr., Building 7-C, Suite 705P, Austin, TX 78746

I create a safe space so my clients can feel free to share openly. I teach my clients to become aware of how they talk to themselves and how they think about themselves. Sometimes my clients can be very hard on themselves. We look for the roots of why they treat themselves so harshly. In this way, we can search for the truth. So they can update and discover who they really are. I help each client find his or her own voice.

Stress & Anxiety

William Schroeder, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

4807 spicewood springs road, bldg 1, #1140, Austin, TX 78759

Anxiety and stress -- ah, how I know you both so well. Let's call them the twins as they tend to accompany so many of us this way on our journey in life. My goal in therapy is to help people have a better understand of what makes the twins (anxiety and stress) act out. What are the triggers in life, in their body, interpersonally that cause them to become unruly? These triggers are trying to teach us something. The question is what. For some, it may be linked to self esteem. For others it may be resources they need to engage to help fulfill their dreams. We then address better coping techniques to help people move past these difficulties and onto their dreams. We also use biofeedback.

Stress & Anxiety

Shannon Rueter, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

950 Westbank Dr., Suite 104, Austin, TX 78746

Anxiety and stress can feel overwhelming and paralyzing. I engage clients with anxiety and stress from a relational approach and offer strategies to tolerate distressing moments. When clients are ready, and if they desire to, we often explore life events that may have perpetuated or caused their anxiety in effort to offer some relief and a broader perspective.

Stress & Anxiety

Janet Anderson, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within Driving Distance of Austin, TX

Anxiety can be a debilitating condition that manifests in any number of behaviors including such things as isolating, and OCD rituals, to name a few. Many people who experience high anxiety have panic attacks which literally create a physical response that often mimics a heart attack. Panic attacks are terrifying and can sometimes occur without a trigger. When that happens, the fear of the panic attack is as intense as the anxiety itself which often causes more frequent and intense panic. The root of anxiety is fear. There are a number of therapeutic modalities that have scientific evidence that supports their effectiveness. I work to discover the cause and then find the right modality.

Stress & Anxiety

Aggie Beasley, MA, BCB, CART, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

311 Lake Travis Business Park RR 620 S, Suite 102, Austin, TX 78734

Anxiety and stress go hand in hand. Stress is in our everyday life and keeps us moving, learning, and it is important for survival. Oftentimes, though, the mind's reaction is to continue the stress response long after the need for the response is critical and this is where the body and mind have a hard time shutting off. This is usually where anxiety creeps in and becomes a constant , unrelenting companion. The symptoms include inability to get to sleep or stay asleep, a feeling of being constantly on edge, irritable, not being able to enjoy the company of friends and family, heart racing, and possible muscle tension. Mindfulness, biofeedback and neurofeedback can help decrease anxiety.

Stress & Anxiety

Ann McIntosh, MA, LCSW

Licensed clinical social worker

4407 Bee Cave Rd. Bldg 5 Ste 513, Austin, TX 78746

We're all stressed and many so stressed that they become anxious. I use educational psychotherapeutic tools to encourage people to distract their minds from obsessing and ruminating about their stress/anxiety. I emphasize quality and enough sleep, clean eating and reduction of treat food in their nutrition, at least 20 minutes of sweat inducing exercise per day (if physically able) and teach breathing exercises and recommend a relaxations CD to use daily. We discuss other activities that can reduce stress such as giving up talk shows for a while and listening to music that is more neutral than not.

Stress & Anxiety

Tina Moody, M.Div., M.A.

Licensed Professional Counselor

2700 BeeCave Rd., Ste 114, Austin, TX 78746

Anxiety, that desire to jump out of your own skin with worry or it's kin, depression, slogging through the day with heavy heart and slow pace are each debilitating states. When combined, the overwhelm grows exponentially. Life Practice provides the tools, strategies and insights for you to manage these distressing states and find relief. Experiencing freedom from the burdensome and vibrancy for full living is possible.

Stress & Anxiety

Jennifer Bilbrey, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

8500 Shoal Creek Boulevard, Bldg #4, Ste #114, Austin, TX 78757

Stress eats away at our ability to be successful in life by compromising our physical and emotional health. Research now consistently shows the negative health effects of stress and anxiety on our bodies. Unfortunately we can't totally get rid of stress. But there are techniques that can help you learn how to manage it more effectively. In therapy we will work on teaching you these techniques so that you can be more present, less stressed and angry, and feel better in life.

Stress & Anxiety

Joseph Bordelon, M.Div., M.A.

Christian Counseling Austin

Within Driving Distance of Austin, TX

Imagine a life without anxiety. Imagine the weight that would be lifted off your chest. You would be more calm, you would think clearly, and the relationships in your life would improve. You probably want to learn how to be more productive. It’s tough to be productive in your daily life when anxiety and worry are in control of your thoughts. Instead of worrying about the situation, you want to be able to problem solve, come up with concrete steps for dealing with it, and then put the plan into action. Become more productive through problem solving by learing how to assess a situation, coming up with a plan, execute and follow through.

Stress & Anxiety

Philip Kolba, MA

Psychotherapist

Everyone experiences anxiety at some point, but for some the anxiety is so frequent or intense that it interferes with their lives or even triggers panic attacks. I use Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to help my clients get a sense of control over their own anxiety. We collaborate to learn skills to reduce the frequency or intensity of the anxious feelings, to tolerate the anxiety when it does occur so they can still function through it, and to practice habits that reduce stress and improve general mental health.


Find A Therapist