Entries by William Schroeder

Breaking Codependency in Relationships

Ian Hammonds, LPC Intern “Islands in the stream, that is what we are. . .” As a therapist, I frequently work with clients on breaking codependency in relationships. In this post, I will give you tips to help do this on your own. In a world that places so much emphasis on relying on our […]

Tips for Coming Out

By Kyla Winlow, LCSW Coming out is a journey. I definitely experienced the rainbows and joys of living my truth by coming out. But there were also some cloudy days and stormy weather along that path. Here are some tips I have picked through my journey: First, I want to take away the pressure of […]

New Year, New Podcast to Listen To

By Adam Maurer, LPC, LMFT I always know when that new year begins because my gym fills with people, folks who have resolved that this year will be the year that they workout. And though I hope they reach their fitness goals, a part of me is bummed because I know my usual gym routine […]

How Much Does Counseling Cost in Austin?

Counseling prices vary a lot by the market, by the provider, number of years of experience, specialization, and by service. In Austin, counseling on average tends to cost between $100 – $200 per hour and the average being around $150. If you want to know more specifics on how much does counseling cost, check out […]

What Are Panic Attacks?

By Daniel Hochman, MD and William Schroeder, LPC Have you ever wondered what are panic attacks and why do people have them? Panic attack symptoms can be incredibly debilitating and embarrassing, and change the way people live. If they make you avoid grocery store and roads, it makes life pretty darn hard to navigate. You […]

Taking Back Turkey Day!

by Adam Maurer, LMFT, LPC  Thanksgiving is one of the most challenging holidays for some folx. Sandwiched in between two major month-long events, Halloween and Christmas, turkey day seems rather charming from afar. It’s the kickoff to the holiday season. A short twenty-four hours packed with football, parades, and pumpkin pie. The hardest part of […]