We believe healing and growth happen when you feel truly seen and understood. Even now, some folx experience a sense of shame around seeking support through therapy. We're here to change that by providing an affirming and welcoming home for diverse individuals to reclaim their inherent worth.
We offer individual, relationship and group therapy services to folx of all backgrounds, orientations, identities, expressions, and relationship and family constellations. As an inclusive therapy practice, we cultivate a safe and welcoming space of compassion and connection. Our practice is rooted in Health at Every Size®, Body Trust®, fat-positive, sex-positive, LGBTQ+ affirming, harm reduction, trauma-responsive, and anti-oppressive frameworks. We are consensual non-monogamy, polyamory and kink affirming and allied with those engaged in sex work.
We offer both virtual and in-person appointments. Our licensing permits us to work with Texas residents only for therapy services.
We are excited to welcome those in Austin to attend in-person sessions at our office located at 1008 Mopac Circle Suite 200, Austin, TX 78746.
For therapy services, we offer a complimentary 15-minute initial phone consultation.
Reach out to schedule a session.
Individual therapy is for those who want to further explore who they are, create a feeling of being grounded, and focus on living a meaningful life.
50 minutes: $150-$190
80 minutes: $225-$285
Neathery Falchuk (adults only)
Dana Reichman (teens 14+, adults)
Amanda Pouncy-Ross (teens 12+, adults)
Jenna Bock (adults only)
Al Clifton (adults only)
Julie Falchuk (adults only)
Abby Rodriguez (adults only)
Relationship therapy provides support, guidance and healing for any relationship configuration of two or more persons.
80 minutes: $280-$300
We are born into a group (a family), and we often spend the rest of our lives in a group (school, friends, work, family). We can be wounded in the context of a group, which means we can experience tremendous healing and growth through group work.
People who join group therapy typically want to be able to better relate to others and feel more connected to themselves. Group therapy is about two things: 1) mindfully paying attention to thoughts, feelings and reactions as they happen in the moment, and 2) reporting to the group on what is noticed.
This helps us develop the ability to experience and understand what is going on in our minds and bodies without immediately acting.
Group therapy is a place to explore the facets of who you are and how you interact with others, while you practice relating to yourself and others in new ways. It's a place to "be seen" and get support with changing old patterns and moving towards living a more meaningful life.
Group is a wonderful opportunity for transformative healing and is a great addition to individual therapy. Group allows space for taking what you’ve learned in individual therapy and applying it to a “relationship workshop”.
Group therapy is a conduit of vitality and we will share both laughter and tears together, growing our capacity to experience intimacy and connection. Group therapy is designed to be a long term support and members often find themselves in group for at least a few years and many staying for much longer.
Group can be an anchor of support as you navigate the ebbs and flows of life.
We ask for a three-month commitment to a group to determine if it’s a good fit.
Nourish is an ongoing interpersonal process group for adults (30ish years and up) seeking connection on their body liberation and food peace journey. This group will benefit members to strengthen their ability to connect with others and ultimately with themselves.Learn More
Affirm is an ongoing interpersonal process group for adults (30 and up) seeking connection around their relationship to substance use. This group will help members connect to others and to themselves. This group uses a harm reduction model of care, does not subscribe to any particular recovery model and welcomes group members at any stage of use (in recovery, actively using substances, curious about their relationship to substances, etc).Learn More