Life can be a difficult journey at times. Sometimes we need some help along the way. If you are looking for an Austin psychologist or therapist for you or your child, we have a professional at the APACenter who can meet your needs. Our goal is to help you or your child improve well-being, reduce suffering, have healthy relationships, and find success in school, career, and life.
Our psychologists have been serving Austin and surrounding areas since 2007. We offer a wide variety of services. These include psychological and neuropsychological assessments, therapy, consultation, and coaching for people of all ages.
Please take a few moments to browse our site to learn more about our services and how we can help. Feel free to call us at (512) 891-1500, and one of our client care coordinators, Paige or Diane, are happy to assist you as well. We look forward to hearing from you!---The APACenter Team
Recent Blog Posts
by Dr. Bianca Watkins 2019-10-14 21:23:12
As the new Post-Doctoral Resident at the APACenter, I cannot help but think of how much my education has impacted my sense of well-being. When I was younger, I attended private school from Kindergarten to 8th grade and was in…READ MORE
by Dr. Mike Brooks 2019-09-06 22:02:31
Sadly, America recently experienced several mass shootings in August of 2019 leaving 53 dead. How could this happen? Are video games to blame? What caused these recent mass shootings? Trump said that “Mental illness and hate pulled the trigger, not…READ MORE
by Dr. Mike Brooks 2019-07-11 19:12:21
My “proof” that your (and my) social media posts don’t really matter is to mean that they don’t matter significantly. When we compare the time it takes to post a photo (including time to edit, write a punny caption, etc.)…READ MORE
by Dr. Mike Brooks 2019-06-27 15:42:55
We’ve all seen movies or read books about technology becoming evil or dangerous, right? The first movie that comes to my mind is James Whale’s Frankenstein. Its running theme is the power of science and its unintended consequences. The same goes for…READ MORE
by Dr. Mike Brooks 2019-06-27 15:39:32
“Always try your best” is a sage piece of advice almost every parent has shared with their kids. This saying is seemingly innocent, but in reality it’s not. When we really examine what we are saying, we’ll realize its inherent…READ MORE
by Dr. Laura Frame 2019-05-29 17:54:45
Often, I have parents ask whether or not they should tell their child about their recently diagnosed disability. Whether or not to share with your child their identified challenges is an important question. Personally, I feel that it is important…READ MORE