William Schroeder, LPC, NCC

William Schroeder, LPC, NCC

Counselor, Co-Director

William is a professional counselor with 12+ years of experience. He works with creatives, teens, techies, and people who feel like life is out of alignment, and specializes in autism spectrum disorder (ASD, previously known as Aspergers) and ADHD. He particularly enjoys helping people to develop new chapters in their lives after relationships end, and helping people understand anxiety. He thinks of what he does as helping clients deepen their emotional intelligence. William’s style is warm, humanistic, and solution-focused in his approach to helping people overcome obstacles. He has completed Level Two of Gottman training, basic training of Interpersonal Neurobiology (accessing neural networks), advanced training in ADHD, mindfulness, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. He is the founder of Just Mind and the Austin Mental Health Group, which has more than 2,100 therapists as members.

Professional Info

  • What is your educational background?

    I went to Loyola University in New Orleans and graduated with a bachelors in Marketing. I got my masters at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio and finished with a Masters in Community Counseling. I also attended Stanford University for classes on startups.

  • How long have you been doing counseling?

    12 Years

  • What do you love most about what you do?

    Assisting people to create lasting change in their lives. Helping them gain insight, see their potential, and creating strategies to start achieving it.

  • What previous jobs have you held?

    Apple Computer, Net2000, Proxim Wireless, The Open House Show on Fox, Emerge Music, New Emit, Communities in Schools, Providence Service Corporation, Cicada Recovery Services, and Austin Center for Therapy and Assessment.

Personal Info

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Therapist Personality: Introvert
Therapist Personality: Extrovert
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