Counseling South Austin arrives!

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HiResBig news at Labyrinth Healing this month!

After much plotting and planning, I am pleased to announce the opening of our sister practice,

Counseling South Austin

an affordable, sliding scale counseling practice.

If you or someone you know is looking for compassionate, friendly counseling on a budget, please keep us in mind as a resource!

Therapy doesn’t have to be a luxury service.

If you’re looking for support, we’d like to help!

I personally supervise each of the counseling interns that work at Counseling South Austin.  I have added a second staff therapist to the practice and plan to add two more by early fall.

Counseling South Austin

(the nitty gritty details)

+sliding scale of $40 to $80 per session

+Brandie Conrad, LPC-Intern
+Jason York, LPC-Intern

+generally 8 am to 8 pm; depends on the therapist and his or her schedule
+evening and weekend appointments are available

8700 Manchaca Rd., Ste 806
Austin, Texas   78748

+complimentary 30 minute meet-and-greet appointment with any therapist on staff

Meet our newest therapist

Full Size Headshot for WebMeet Brandie.

I invited Brandie to practice at Counseling South Austin partly because she has such a warm and lovely presence.

Brandie does her best work with people with low self-esteem or those who identify as codependents or people-pleasers.

Brandie especially enjoys working with women and people who are encountering some bumps in the road in life’s journey.

Brandie has worked as a student counselor at Austin’s YWCA counseling program and the Texas State University assessment and counseling clinic.

She’s also worked as a team lead case manager at a local community mental health center.

I invite you to meet with Brandie for a free, 30 minute consultation.  I think you’ll find her warm and easy to talk to.

How is a therapist different from a friend?

Exif_JPEG_PICTUREA friend recently asked me how therapy is different from talking to a good friend.
I could have answered that question dozens of ways.

But what did I tell her?

“You don’t need to protect a therapist from your feelings.”

How many times have you had to defend your partner, your choices, or your feelings to a friend or family member?

And do you ever notice how your having to take a side robs you of the chance to fully wonder about the pros and cons of your own choices?

How often have you edited what you really thought and felt, because you didn’t want to worry anyone?

Therapy is a wonderful and unique opportunity to fix what needs fixing, and to explore your inner world.

And now there’s one more place to find affordable, quality therapy– at Counseling South Austin.
Do you know someone who is looking for counseling on a sliding scale in Austin, Texas?

Please help us connect with them. 

Would you tell them about us?  Thanks!


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