Family Counseling in Austin, TX

What is Family Counseling in Austin?

Family counseling in Austin, Texas is a type of talk therapy that can include parents, siblings, parent-child relationships, or the whole family unit. It differs from individual counseling by exploring family roles, communication, and other relational dynamics between family members. Our highly skilled therapists will create specialized treatment plans to meet your family’s unique needs.

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What can Family Therapy with?

Our counselors help families with a variety of challenges including navigating parent/child relationships, supporting caregivers of neurodivergent children, transitioning through life stages, and more!

Communication

Family Conflict

Divorce/ Separation

Blending families

Acculturation Stress

LGBTQIA+ Support

Greif/ Loss

Life Transitions

Meet our Family Counselors

Sarah Kerwin Carlin, LPC Associate
Staff Therapist

Sarah Kerwin Carlin, MA, LPC Associate, NCC

Sarah’s specialties include Emotionally Focused Therapy, relationship issues, mood disorders, life transitions, grief and loss, boundary work, family conflict, and substance abuse.

Supervised by Susan Gonzales, LPC-S, LMFT-S

Emily Pearce, MA, LMFT Associate
Staff Therapist

Emily Pearce, MA, LMFT Associate

Emily’s specialties include ADHD and other neurodivergent issues, couples work, religious abuse and spiritual trauma, LGTBQIA+, life transitions, trauma, grief, and veterans.

Supervised by Susan Gonzales, LPC-S, LMFT-S

Colleen Reuter, MEd, LPC Associate
Staff Therapist

Colleen Reuter, MEd, LPC Associate

Colleen’s specialties include parent/caregiver coaching, moms, men’s issues, women’s issues, teens, children, dyslexia and other related learning differences, and couples.

Supervised by Susan Gonzales, LPC-S, LMFT-S

Cissy Castillo, LMFT, LCDC-I
Staff Therapist

Cissy Castillo, LMFT, LCDC-I

Cissy’s specialties include relationship issues, family conflict, men’s issues, adults of emotionally immature parents, transitions, complex PTSD, anxiety, parent coaching, and substance use.

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