You may not think of being in a relationship with yourself, but in actuality, that's the most important relationship and connection you can have.

A positive relationship with yourself, knowing and understanding what makes you YOU, is an important part of having happy and satisfying relationships with others, such as your spouse or partner, your children, your family, your work colleagues, and anyone you meet and come in contact with during your life.

In individual counseling, your RCC Austin therapist will work with you to identify the areas of your life that may be preventing you from living a full and happy life. Anxiety, depression, school and career concerns, relationships with others, traumatic life events, grief and loss, setting personal boundaries, self-empowerment, gaining self-confidence, and improving self-esteem are some of the things you might address in individual counseling. Your RCC Austin counselor will work collaboratively with you to help you achieve your unique and individual goals.

Therapy is never a "cookie-cutter" process. Your counselor will work with you to tailor your counseling to your particular needs. Our counselors are welcoming, compassionate, non-judgmental, and caring, giving you a safe, calm, and comfortable place to address the areas of your life where you need help.

Ready to get started? Call us at 512-270-4883, or go to our Scheduling Page to have an RCC Austin counselor contact you within 24 hours. We offer counseling fees to fit your budget, and daytime, evening, and weekend office hours to fit your busy schedule.

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