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Life has bumps, turns, and losses. When relationships are frayed, when anxiety is overwhelming or when depression settles in, it can be hard to find your way through it. You may feel as if you're treading water, seeking more peace and connectedness but feeling unsure about how to get there.
Our therapists provide virtual and in-person counseling in Georgetown, TX. Our Georgetown Counseling and Wellness counselors have specialized training and experience to help with:
Greater well being is available to you!
Georgetown Counseling and Wellness is a group counseling practice in Georgetown, TX. We believe in building better mental health in our community and we help our clients get unstuck from the blocks that hold them back from experiencing greater well-being and more enriching relationships. Using evidence-based techniques, we provide counseling services to children, teens, adults, couples and families in the Georgetown, TX and surrounding communities. In addition to traditional counseling modalities, our GTCW counselors also offer holistic meditation and mindfulness counseling to promote personal growth and healing of mind, body and spirit.
Getting an appointment with us is easy. Simply call or e-mail us and we will respond quickly to offer you intake appointment dates and times, or a free 10-minute phone consultation. We work with your schedule to get you or your child booked for an appointment soon after you contact us. We generally also have evening and weekend availability, and offer in-person and virtual appointments options. Our practice works with Lyra and Mines and Associates EAP services. We are otherwise private-pay only and not in network with insurance companies, however we do offer Superbills to our clients for potential out of network reimbursement and we can accept HSA and FSA cards. Click here for our session fees.
We are offering in-person sessions and also virtual sessions upon request.
At Georgetown Counseling and Wellness, our values include healing, compassion, diversity, and community. We give our clients tools to improve their relationships, to build confidence in themselves, to navigate through big life transitions and to experience greater feelings of well-being.
Unresolved loss, strained relationships and unwanted life changes often lead to painful and stuck feelings. It is hard to know where to turn or how to "pull oneself up by the bootstraps" when faced with heavy feelings and life circumstances. At Georgetown Counseling and Wellness, our therapists are trained to help our clients heal, grow and create the life changes they are seeking. We use practical and proven techniques to give you the skills and confidence you need to create change both inside yourself and in your relationships.
How We Help
Rachel specializes in working with couples on strengthening communication and becoming more connected with one another. She also works with children, teens and adults on anxiety and stress management, and with grief and loss processing.
Simone works with children ages 5 and older, teens, adults and couples who are struggling with anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. Simone utilizes CBT, mindfulness and couple's counseling techniques to help her clients heal from past losses and live their best lives.
Rebecca specializes in using mindfulness techniques, positive psychology and expressive art with children, teens and adults. She provides a safe space for clients to develop new tools to grow, heal and realign with the things in life that bring happiness, health, and fulfillment. Rebecca is also trained in play therapy and in grief and loss counseling.
Farah works with teens 14 and older and adults who are struggling with anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. Farah utilizes CBT, DBT and mindfulness techniques to help her clients learn new tools to make the changes they are seeking in their lives.
Carolyn works with teens, adults and couples who are struggling with anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. She works with an attachment-based lens and is trained in mindfulness-based counseling, Gottman couple's counseling techniques, & trauma-informed practices,
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Anxiety has the affect of drawing a person into their inner world of worries, preventing life from being lived in the present moment. Relationships, jobs and general well-being are affected. Anxiety impacts over 18% of the American population. It is highly treatable though.
Couples so often start out strong, building each other up and supporting each other's goals. Over time, life stressors and transitions can make it challenging to stay connected and feel heard and understood by each other. Whether it be communication, conflict management, life transitions, or financial issues, we are here to help.
Everyone feels sad and low sometimes, but when low mood is severe and persistent it can affect your ability to be present for your loved ones, remain connected to support systems and work toward life goals. Left untreated, it can affect self-esteem and confidence. We help with that.
Trauma can be large or small, due to relational or developmental conflicts, or witnessing or being a part of a disaster. Untreated trauma and the big feelings that rise and fall from it, can feel confusing and scary. It can make it difficult to stay connected to family and friends and not live in the past. There is hope. There are many proven treatments for trauma, and our therapists are skilled in treating trauma and helping to restore hope.
Good relationships are at the core of life satisfaction and well-being. Conflicts among family members or co-workers can feel distressing and confusing. Sometimes relationships feel boring or too intense, and these experiences can lead to self-blame and feelings of frustration, sadness and helplessness. The good news is that relationships can be strengthened and repaired through shifts in perspective, communication skill-building, and conflict management skills.
Many parents feel helpless and confused when witnessing their struggling teen who is in pain. Adolescence is a pivotal time in life where there are huge shifts in identity, surges in creativity and a need to belong to a peer group. For some teens this is an easier transition, and for others it is harder. Some may have more outbursts, more anxiety or just bigger feelings in general that are hard for them to manage.