All of our services are available for online video counseling, including marathon sessions, individual therapy, and couples therapy. Our online sessions utilize the highest encryption software, ensuring 100% HIPAA compliance. We have found that they are just as effective as in-person visits. Currently, we are able to work with clients online within the state of Texas. At Kathryn Miller Therapy, we deeply value and honor diversity. We welcome the opportunity to work with clients regardless of race or ethnicity, religion, gender or gender identity, sexual orientation, economic status, physical or mental special needs or challenges, or any other unique aspects of our humanity.
INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH
On life's journey, unexpected twists and turns can leave us momentarily disoriented and feeling lost, uncertain of ourselves and our surroundings. You might find yourself grappling with feelings of depression or anxiety, with life's stresses seeming overwhelming.
During these moments, we often realize that the strengths and strategies we have relied on in the past may no longer be sufficient to navigate the new landscape, no matter how determined we are or how much energy we apply.
While most of the time we can overcome these challenges on our own or with the support of family and friends, there are instances when seeking the help of professionals is a wise and effective choice.
Whether you are seeking short-term, solution-focused work or want to delve deeper into multiple life issues, individual psychotherapy offers a completely confidential space and dedicated time solely for you. Kathryn's treatment approach is tailored to meet the unique needs of each client, primarily emphasizing a person-centered approach in her sessions.
Through individual counseling, Kathryn can guide you towards rediscovering your path by providing you with the tools needed to make positive changes in your life. Conversations with her will empower you to broaden your perspective, expand your toolbox, clarify your goals, and foster a deeper understanding of your life and relationships.
Kathryn will offer transformative feedback to support your growth, guiding you toward a more fulfilling future.
Are you ready to improve, strengthen, and enhance your relationship? Perhaps you have not felt ready to start until now, or maybe you have attempted couples counseling in the past without success—or it even worsened things. Perhaps you simply have not found a therapist that you connect with.
For lasting changes in your relationship—not just temporary fixes—you need a therapist whom you genuinely like and trust. Therapy can assist couples in resolving conflicts and communicating more effectively. Kathryn's mission is to aid you in reducing conflict, rekindling connections, and rediscovering the joy and love in your relationship, all from a neutral and nonjudgmental stance. Trained in the Gottman Method Couples Counseling, Kathryn assists couples in identifying and understanding destructive patterns, allowing them to work towards positive change. For more details, please refer to our Couples Therapy section.
Below is a link describing The Gottman Method approach.
At times, human beings face life events so harrowing and challenging that they become overwhelmed. While some may function well during the crisis and appear strong afterward, a portion of individuals who endure trauma may develop a psychological disorder known as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD.
Following trauma, it is normal to experience emotional, behavioral, and even cognitive disturbances for a period. Typically, these symptoms diminish as the memories of the event become integrated into our psyche. However, individuals whose reactions to trauma persist abnormally long or who experience delayed responses may be suffering from PTSD, which can manifest long after the initial trauma.
For those dealing with PTSD, episodes of insomnia, depression, anxiety, nightmares, and flashbacks of past traumatic events can be common. Intrusive thoughts or images related to the trauma may haunt them, and they might find themselves overreacting to situations reminiscent of the trauma without recognizing these triggering circumstances. These symptoms have the potential to greatly disrupt one's life and relationships.