" 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 "
It can be a challenge to find the right Austin psychologist or therapist to meet your needs. At the ApaCenter, our professionals offer a wide variety of services. We provide psychological and neuropsychological assessments, therapy, consultation, and coaching for people of all ages. This includes young children, teens, adults, couples, and families. We address a range of issues including ADD / ADHD, dyslexia, autism, and other learning disabilities as well as emotional challenges such anxiety, depression, and chronic stress. We use scientifically proven approaches in our therapy including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness, solution-oriented, and positive psychology. We partner with you in the change process. If you are interested in finding out more about we can help, we describe more about our services that include:
You can also browse our pages to find the Austin psychologist or therapist at the ApaCenter who might be the best fit for you or your child. Our client care coordinators, Paige and Diane, are happy to assist you as well. They have an extensive knowledge of the services offered at the ApaCenter. Also, they know the background and expertise of our psychologists and therapists. So, they can work with you to find who would be a good match. You can contact them at our main office number, which is 512-891-1500. Life can be a struggle sometimes. But you don't have to navigate life's challenges alone. We look forward to helping you or child live the life that you want and deserve.
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