Austin TX Therapy & Counselors
Our Counseling Mindset
We believe that most people can benefit from mental health therapy. Whether you’re wanting to be a better version of yourself or are grasping to just hold it together, you don’t have to keep struggling alone.
Our therapy services match you with a licensed professional near you who has expertise in your greatest area of need.
Our team has the education, training, and experience necessary to provide authentic, effective therapy. We continuously learn and train, to ensure that you are getting the best care possible.
We love helping our clients identify and achieve their mental health goals. Your mental health is essential and we want to guide you on your journey towards wellness.
We believe that professional mental health services and therapy should be available to everyone, which is why we are proud to offer fair rates, and guide you through insurance hurdles.
Mental Health Therapy & Counseling
Individual therapy is a collaboration between an individual and a therapist with an end goal of helping work towards improving quality of life by managing complex situations, solving their problems, and achieving their goals.
Couples counseling works by allowing a couple to have a more objective view of their relationship. The purpose is to modify dysfunctional behavior, decrease emotional avoidance, improve communication, and promote each individual’s strengths.
Group therapy is when a group of people meets with a therapist to address problems, process interpersonal interactions, and support one another’s emotional growth. Its purpose is to bring together multiple people who have been through similar experiences.
Did you know that anxiety disorders affect 40 million adults over 18 in the United States? If you’re feeling discouraged, remember you’re not alone and that there are many effective anxiety treatments for anxiety that have worked for a large number of people.
Depression is one of the most common motives for seeking therapy. Even though it can look similar in different people, our depression therapists work diligently to understand your unique experience with the disorder to learn what is most concerning for you.
As you might guess, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy combines mindfulness practices with cognitive therapy. By doing so, our mindfulness therapists are able to offer treatment for a variety of concerns, including depression, anxiety, and addiction.
There is no single cause of alcohol abuse. Mental health professionals agree that a combination of hereditary and environmental factors are responsible for addiction. Our addiction psychotherapists will help you implement treatments to achieve your goals.
Post-traumatic stress often develops after being exposed to trauma, be it mental or physical. Our therapeutic treatments for PTSD help you to incrementally confront what you’ve been avoiding. This allows you to relabel your traumatic memories as nonthreatening.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy is an evidence-based therapy model that is used to treat trauma and to promote the brain’s natural capacity to heal itself in response to adverse experiences.
Eating disorders are serious illnesses that can impact individuals mentally and physically. If you’re suffering from this disorder, it’s important to get the proper care. We have an experienced psychotherapist on staff (Emily Bent) who specializes in eating disorders.
Anger management counseling isn’t fundamentally about eliminating anger. Instead, counseling can help you learn healthier ways to handle and express your anger. Our anger management therapists can also help you alter the way triggering situations affect you.
Being a child or adult with autism spectrum disorder or high functioning autism can be lonely and frustrating. Our autism psychotherapists will help you become the productive, gracious human being you are behind your mask.
Adolescence can be a tumultuous time. As children grow into adults, they naturally strive to loosen their ties to their parents. Our child therapists offer a safe environment where children and adolescents can be heard, acknowledged, and listened to.
Our LGBTQ counseling provides guidance to people identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or are questioning issues related to any kind of sexuality and gender. We’ll help you find support and understanding for the problems you’re going through.
At some point, everyone experiences some kind of sexual concern. Sex therapy is a beneficial step that can be taken in order to best address this sensitive topic. Our Austin psychotherapists will help you work through your sexual concerns.
Two Convenient Locations
601 W 18th Street
Austin, TX 78701
Our main office is located in a historic part of downtown Austin near the University. The office is a converted house that is inviting and cozy.
3818 Spicewood Springs Road
Austin, TX 78759
Our north office is nestled in the hill country near the Spicewood Springs greenbelt. We’re on the 3rd floor across the street from Taco Shack.
Louis Laves-Webb, LCSW, LPC-S
Supervisor of Psychotherapy in Austin, TX
“I am a licensed clinical social worker supervisor for individuals, couples, and families. My counseling approach is client-focused and includes being receptive, collaborative, and patient. We’ll work together to build upon your individual strengths.
There’s a unique therapeutic approach perfect for each patient. I can be both light-hearted and serious, but I’m always sincere. Regardless, I will always tailor our counseling sessions to you. Together, we’ll create a safe space for you to overcome relationship issues, enhance your strengths, and find deeper satisfaction.”
- Over 20 years of experience
- Master’s in Clinical Social Work from UT Austin
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker Supervisor (LCSW)
- Licensed Profesional Counselor Supervisor (LPC-S)
Kalee Gower, LCSW
“I view my role as your co-pilot. My job is to help you navigate the depths of your feelings, thoughts, and memories with the goal of unleashing your innate strengths. I do so with genuine curiosity and openness, integrating my training in several therapeutic treatments.”
- Master’s in Clinical Social Work from UT Austin
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
Meet Our Associate Therapists
Robbie Price, LPC-Intern
“I believe we can experience greater awareness and understanding of ourselves, others and our struggles from exploring how we experience the past and present relationships in our lives.”
In 2002, Louis Laves-Webb, LCSW, LPC-S & Associates was founded to develop a psychotherapy practice valuing intellect, emotion, and growth. Nearly 20 years later, our therapy practice has assisted numerous clients, practitioners, and our larger community in helping heal and address the mental health needs of our community.
We help our clients access their strengths, achieve emotional growth, and deepen their capacity for intimacy. Our goal is to continue to offer Austin therapy and counseling services that provide support and insight to those feeling restless and looking for lasting change.
What to Expect From Your First Therapy or Counseling Session
Going to your first session can be intimidating. If you’re considering psychotherapy for the first time, the process can feel a little mysterious. Find out more about how to choose a therapist and what to expect during and after your first session.
Schedule a Session with Louis-Laves Webb & Associates Today