Just Mind Counseling Austin
Have you heard of the story of Gulliver’s travels? Gulliver wakes up, all tied down–a prisoner to a tiny people. Many people feel this way coming into counseling, as problems in life have them “tied down.” Our counselors specialize in analyzing what is it that’s holding you back and working with you to set you free. Learn more about our counseling services, get answers about privacy in therapy, or read our blog to learn more about counseling.
What others say about us
This is my first experience with therapy so I have nothing to compare it to. But I’d say my expectations have been met so far. We are still in the early stages of our counseling relationship but our ability to communicate has improved steadily. My therapist has helped me with my anxiety and I’ve made significant progress since starting these sessions.
It has been a very positive experience. Setting up the first appointment was easy. The waiting room is nice and my son and I LOVE the selection of books in the waiting room, we read the Oatmeal books together. My son has repeatedly told his therapist that she is the best therapist he’s had (and he’s had many).
From the first connection on the internet, everyone was helpful and worked with us for scheduling and finding someone who took our insurance. The office is warm and inviting and so are all the people. The counseling my son has received has made amazing positive changes in his life!
It was a nice relaxed environment that did not make me feel intimated. The counselor was very helpful and made me feel like I was just talking to a friend. I enjoyed going and I felt like a weight lifted each time I went. My counselor was very helpful in helping me connect dots in my past to things happening now. She guided me without pushing. It was a great experience. I have been to many counselors before yet this was by far the best I have been too. Warm, welcoming and without judgment on my thoughts and feelings.
Just Mind in the News
JC Shakespeare of Just Mind was featured on the Mental Health Channel demonstrating EMDR and it’s use on post traumatic stress disorders (PTSD).
William was interviewed by the Harvard Business Review as part of a case study on how to “Stop Second Guessing Decisions at Work.”