In addition to individual, marital, couples and family therapy, APA provides a full array of services. Specialty areas include:

Attention problems (ADHD)
Anger management
Attachment disorders
Behavioral problems
Career assessment and counseling
Cognitive behavior therapy
Diagnostic evaluations
Educational consultations
Executive coaching
LPC-I, LMFT-A supervision
Medication evaluations and monitoring
Neuropsychological and psychological assessments
Play therapy
Cooperative parenting and divorce
Critical incident stress debriefing
Critical/chronic illness
Divorce including post-divorce counseling

Grief and loss
Life transitions (geographic, workplace, career etc.)
Marriage and relationships
Mental illness in the family
Obsessive compulsive disorders
Parenting coordination and facilitation
Retirement & aging
School problems
Stress reduction
Substance abuse aftercare
Trauma recovery
Verbal self-defense skills

APA clinicians provide services to special populations including individuals with:

Blindness/visual impairment
Deafness/hearing impairment
Cognitive challenges
Physical challenges
Other disabilities

Austin Psychotherapy Associates


We are an association of independently practicing professionals providing an array of mental health services to individuals, couples, and families, including those with special needs.

Licensed professionals include Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, and Licensed Professional Counselors. All ages are served.

We share certain expenses and administrative functions, but each professional is completely independent in providing you with clinical services, and each associate maintains separate records. Professional service fees may be covered by insurance companies.

Contact APA for more information or for an appointment. We respect your privacy and will hold your call in strictest confidence.

APA prohibits discrimination in employment and in all its activities on the basis of race, national origin, color, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, familial status or associational preference.

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