Anna Campbell

Therapist Information

Anna Campbell
M.A. LPC-Intern, Supervised by Jill Praisner, M.A. LPC-S
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About

Anna Campbell
M.A. LPC-Intern, Supervised by Jill Praisner, M.A. LPC-S

We are supposedly more connected now than at any other time in humanity thanks to technology and globalization – so why doesn’t it feel like it? Loneliness, anxiety, and relationship struggles are reported at higher levels than ever before, and I believe that the cultural climate of today has a huge hand in perpetuating this state of mental turmoil plaguing Americans. I use this contextual perspective to work with individuals and couples who are struggling with depression, anxiety, sexual dissatisfaction, low confidence, or repercussions of a traumatic experience.

Although I treat all adults, I specialize in therapy for the millennial age group. We as a generation experience a very unique combination of cultural factors that contribute to problems such as high anxiety rates, financial struggles, and “fraud syndrome” to name a few. I get it. I’ve been there.

Change is hard – Especially in the confines of these times. You don’t have to do it alone. Feel free to reach out for a free consultation, I’d love to get to know you better over a cup of coffee, no strings attached!

Anna Campbell
Finances
Additional Fee Information

I offer sliding scale services on a case-by-base basis for those with limited financial means

Availability
Serving Clients In:
Texas
Interaction Methods
Phone In-Person Text
Typical Session Times
Weekday Afternoons, Weekday Evenings
Office Location
1000 Westbank Dr. Building 6, Unit 250, Westlake Hills, TX 78746
Focus
Counsels
Individuals, Couples
Specialization
Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Coping Skills, Depression, Life Transitions, Marital and Premarital, Relationship Issues, Sex Therapy, Stress, Trauma and PTSD, Women's Issues
Client Age Groups
Adults
LGBTQ Ally
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Anna Campbell