Counseling South Austin office services for geeks, gamers, and misfits

Counseling South Austin Office

Who I see

I work with individual adults on the following concerns including but not limited to:

  • Trauma
  • Anxiety (General or Social)
  • Depression
  • High Functioning Autism/Aspergers
  • Relationship with Gaming
  • Tech Industry Stress
  • Polyamory and Open Relationships
  • Kink, BDSM, and Alternative Lifestyles
  • Anxious Attachment Style
  • Avoidant Attachment Style

I love working with adults who identify as geeks, gamers, and/or misfits. My counseling style is trauma-informed, uses principles of Adult Attachment Theory, and focuses on both feelings and thoughts. I work with adults of all ages, genders, races, faiths or lack thereof, cultural backgrounds, and sexual or romantic identities (including LGBTQ+, non-monogamous, and kink relationships).


Individual: $110 per 50 minute session

Sliding Scale

I have a few spots for reduced fee based on how much you are able to afford. Please contact me for details and openings for this option. (Update April 2019: I currently have no more openings on the lower end of my sliding scale).


I do not accept insurance at this time. I can provide a receipt of therapy services for you to file with your insurance for reimbursement. However, I encourage you to call your insurance company first to see if you would have coverage for my services on your plan.

Free Consultation

I do offer a free in person 30-minute consultation for you to see the office space, meet me in person, and ask any questions that you might have about therapy with me. Consultations are a great way for you to see if we feel like a good match. If we’re not a good fit I’d be happy to help you with referrals to other counselors.

A Note to Loved Ones

Thank you so much for coming to the website and trying to help your loved one. Due to the confidential nature of counseling I am not able to set up a counseling appointment through you for the person you believe would benefit from counseling. It is important that this person wants to participate in counseling of their own volition and consents to treatment. Therefore, sending them my contact information is best.

I realize the potential barrier this poses for folks with social anxiety or phone/email phobias. One tip I recommend if this is a barrier is to email me and CC the person you care about so that they might feel more comfortable connecting with me and browsing through my website. From then on we would communicate without you, but with the help of your warm hand off.

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