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Josh Berger

Houston, Texas

Josh Berger

MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Denver Seminary
Years in practice: 10
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Life is full of storms. The ebbs and flows they bring can leave anyone feeling shipwrecked. My role as a counselor is a grounding one: to equip and enable you to find light through the darkness. I work with men and women that have experienced depressions, anger, or past hurts that are causing their futures to look bleak.

Houston, Texas
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Daniel Saroni

Dallas, Texas

Daniel Saroni

MA in Counseling, Dallas Theological Seminary
Years in practice: 6
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Daniel facilitates learning and insight building around factors contributing to mood difficulty and unhealthy behaviors. Together with his clients, he hopes to explore with how their trauma, questions about identity or purpose, communication and boundaries, and negative or shameful beliefs are impacting their moods, relationships, and lives. He utilizes expressive interventions and eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing to encourage the brain’s innate tendency towards improvement and health.

Dallas, Texas
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Jamie Mayo-Buttry

Austin, Texas

Jamie Mayo-Buttry

MA in Counseling, St. Edwards University
Years in practice: 7
Offers:  Remote Therapy

When you step into my office you will be warmly greeted in a judgement-free setting. The therapeutic process starts with a thorough assessment to really get to know who you are and where you are at, because the issues you have don’t define who you are as a person. We will work together to identify the problem areas and employ the therapeutic process to foster growth. I believe the therapeutic process needs to be direct, honest, and specifically tailored to the nuances of you and your situation. Certification in Sex Therapy and in Consensual Non-Monogamy through Sexual Health Alliance is in progress. My personal brand of therapy allows you to separate you from your issues and rewrite the story of your life to reflect who you truly are.

Austin, Texas
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Evelyn Hill

Austin, Texas

Evelyn Hill

MA in Counseling, Baylor University
Years in practice: 5
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I understand that everyone goes through life at a different pace, and taking time out to gain insight and understanding ourselves can be quite the experience. I take the time to help my clients feel comfortable in this therapeutic space and through a journey of self-discovery and healing. As a member of the transgender community, I understand the importance of being true to yourself. My approach to therapy is through a storytelling perspective. I welcome the LGBTQ+ community, those that practice non-traditional relationships, and those in the kink community. Reach out to Respark Therapy for a free phone consult today!

Austin, Texas
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David Hixon

Austin, Texas

David Hixon

MA in Counseling, St. Edward's University
Years in practice: 8
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Change is inevitable in life. My work as a counselor helps you make positive changes in your life and understand any barriers to making progress.
Oftentimes, a precursor to change is strife, difficulty, and confusion about what we truly want. Discerning what we desire – what fills us with vitality- is the work of psychotherapy. It can be difficult to know what we want if we’re stuck in habits, relationships, or patterns that no longer serve us or exist only to help us numb ourselves. Our minds crave novelty, but they also desire stability. But when stability turns to rigidity turns to stagnation – it becomes time for compassionate self-examination.

Austin, Texas
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Brandi Hotop

St.Louis, Missouri

Brandi Hotop

LCSW/ Aurora University
Years in practice: 11
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I work with a broad spectrum of clients, including non-traditional relationships (such as poly/open), premarital couples, and those exploring alternative sexuality (kink/fetish). My expertise extends to addressing communication challenges, family dynamics, sex and sexuality issues, low self-esteem, depression, and anxiety. As an LGBTQ+ affirming and Kink affirming therapist, I offer a supportive and practical approach, integrating various methods to provide personalized solutions. To name a few approaches I utilize: IFS, Out of Control Sexual Behaviors approach, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with couples, the Gottman theory, psychodynamic, somatic work, and a positive sex therapy approach.

St.Louis, Missouri
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Simon Niblock

Austin, Texas

Simon Niblock

MA in Counseling, St. Edward's University
Years in practice: 13
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Simon G. Niblock, MA, LMFT, is a licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice in Austin, Texas, who specializes in tailored psychotherapy services for men. His clinical approach includes systemic family therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and solutions-focused brief therapy. He offers a collaborative, pragmatic, and engaging way of working together. He believes that you are the ultimate authority on your life and that you have the smarts and creativity to disrupt the status quo.

Austin, Texas
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Robyn Flores

Austin, Texas

Robyn Flores

MA in Counseling, Texas A&M University
Years in practice: 4
Offers:  Remote Therapy

The majority of my experience so far in my career as a therapist has been in trauma, substance use recovery, eating disorder relapse prevention, body image and sex, partnerships and sexual concerns, as well as working with couples, families, and parenting issues. In this experience, especially working with eating disorders and substance use recovery, I have found that what seems to be missing with the recovery process is a sexual recovery component. I feel that who I am, my authenticity, my message, and showing my humanness sets me apart from many therapists trained to be a blank slate for their clients. The work we do in session does not end there and it is not confined to the hour that I actually see them each week.

Austin, Texas
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Dr. Steffanie Grossman

Dallas, Texas

Dr. Steffanie Grossman

PhD in Counseling Psychology and School Psychology, Florida State University
Years in practice: 9
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I am a Licensed Psychologist and animal-assisted therapist with specialties in the areas of eating disorders and self-esteem, as well as with working with the LGBTQ+ community. I appreciate helping my clients empower themselves through their struggles to live the lives they wish to live!

Dallas, Texas
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Dr. Andrew Bingman

REMOTE ACROSS TEXAS

Dr. Andrew Bingman

PsyD, Pacific University
Years in practice: 13
Offers:  Remote Therapy

The most common phrase I hear from clients is “not good enough.” Many of us come to believe that we are unworthy of acceptance, so we conceal aspects of our identities that others might view as unacceptable and present a fragmented version of ourselves to others. My task as a therapist is to create a safe environment in which you can be your whole self, without fear of judgment. I am committed not only to understanding and validating you, but also to helping you learn how to understand and validate yourself. I am a licensed psychologist providing virtual therapy to adult clients, and my specialties include men’s issues, LGBTQIA+ concerns, early childhood trauma, shame, anger, depression, anxiety, and occupational concerns.

REMOTE ACROSS TEXAS
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Aaron Maleare

Austin, Texas

Aaron Maleare

MMFT, Abilene Christian University
Years in practice: 8
Offers:  Remote Therapy

My name is Aaron Maleare, and I’m here to help. I am focused on helping teens/adolescents and their families discover what’s going wrong in their relationships and simply working together with them to find a better way. I work to help families connect and help teens and adolescents work through complex feelings and emotions centered around growing up. I help men take a breath and find another person to talk to about what’s going on. I’m here to help.

Austin, Texas
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Victoria Makaryan

REMOTE ACROSS TEXAS

Victoria Makaryan

Master's in Counseling Education, University of New Orleans
Years in practice: 7
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Has fighting with anxiety, planning your day around triggers, or feeling distracted become a part of your everyday life? Trauma doesn’t always go away when it’s over and sometimes it interferes with your life, relationships, and overall health. It can be difficult to keep moving forward, especially when you have frequent symptoms. Let’s work together to find practical solutions for you and relief from symptoms related to depression, anxiety, trauma/PTSD, dissociation, childhood trauma, overcoming emotional abuse, or difficulties coping with complicated grief or major life changes.

My training in various methods, including EMDR & Internal Family Systems, means we can find the one that works best for you.

REMOTE ACROSS TEXAS
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Dr. Karina Rabinowitz

Austin, Texas

Dr. Karina Rabinowitz

PhD in Counseling Psychology, University of Texas at Austin
Years in practice: 9
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Our world is undeniably gendered, and there are unique challenges, special strengths, and certain spoken and unspoken expectations that come with navigating the male experience. I create a therapeutic space that is conversational, non-judgmental, connective, and supportive to help you process, understand, and cope with your personal challenges. I particularly enjoy working with men who are looking to use their analytical strengths to expand their skill set in the realm of emotional awareness.

Austin, Texas
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Kennedy Sabelko

Austin, Texas

Kennedy Sabelko

MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Southern New Hampshire University
Years in practice: 21
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Kennedy Sabelko is a master’s-level Clinical Therapist and Doctoral Candidate in Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine with 20+ years of experience in the field. Kennedy’s compassion for helping individuals improve their quality of life derives from his own personal and cultural experiences. Kennedy’s focus is allowing individuals to recognize irrational or negative thoughts/beliefs (Cognitive Distortions), and how they impact emotions such as anxiety or depression, which subsequently manifest into maladaptive behaviors. Kennedy provides coping strategies to decrease and manage negative thinking patterns through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)-Cognitive Restructuring, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) which teaches Emotional Regulation and Interpersonal Effectiveness skills.

 

 

Austin, Texas
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Austin Revive

Austin, Texas

Austin Revive

Number of Therapists: 4
Offers:  Remote Therapy, Individual Therapy

Hello and welcome to Austin Revive. We are a small group practice based in Austin, TX. We specialize in working with individuals with anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, trauma, attachment and those going through separation and divorce. Our practice takes a collaborative and behavioral approach with our clients to help guide them though life’s stressors and transitions.

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