Anxiety
Stress is an everyday part of life. How we handle that stress is up to us. My clinical work around anxiety is largely focused on regaining control of our emotions, and no longer feeling victimized by our automatic thoughts and behaviors. By utilizing coping skills to help reduce stress, and increase our ability to deal with stressful situations, we are more able to choose logical responses to stress rather than knee-jerk emotional reactions. Some of the clinical issues addressed can include general anxiety, specific fears/phobias, social anxiety, performance anxiety (public speaking, test taking, sexual performance, ect.)
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Ty David Lerman
Counseling
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TDLC services and specialties

I offer a number of psychological services that help individuals, couples, families, and groups to create profound and lasting change. Early sessions start with goal setting, followed by creating a plan of action we all agree upon. Intermittent reviews are done to ensure desired progress is being made according to our plan. Whether engaging in individual counseling, smoking cessation, or public speaking, the intention is for the client to achieve the goals they set out to accomplish. The section below highlights some of my specialities and services. If you have a goal in mind that is not stated, contact me; there is no fee for initial phone consultations.

Anxiety

Stress is an automatic and biological response to change. With change happening all the time around us, no wonder we are stressed out, an...
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Sexuality, Sexual Orientation, Gender

A large part of my clinical practice and research has been focused on the role and impact that sexuality, sexual orientation, and gender ...
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Trauma

​It is a sobering truth that trauma is pervasive in our society, with 60% of adults reporting abuse or other difficult family circumstanc...
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Impulse Control

Impulse control issues can present in many forms, and vary depending on the individual. These forms can include: anger, substance abuse,...
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Hypnosis

I have been certified as a Clinical Hypnotherapist (CHt) since 2007. The area of mental health that research has shown hypnosis to be the...
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LPC-I Supervision

I have been a clinical supervisor since 2012, and an LPC-Supervisor with the Texas State Board since 2015. My theoretical approach to cou...
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Adolescents

I have been working directly with adolescents (13yo+) since 2010 and in that time have found a passion for working with youth. My practic...
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Virtual Counseling

Many clients - whether they are touring performers, live out of town, or just like the flexibility - find it convenient to use technology...
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Public Speaking

I have presented on clinical issues internationally at the Fulbright Commission (Cairo, Egypt), The Jung Center (Houston, TX), for the Co...
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“For the night is dark and full of terrors.”
There are many ways we get “stuck” in a rut, finding ourselves immobile; knowing what we “should” do, but not being able to actually take the steps to make it happen. Being able to turn that fear into something that actually motivates us to take action is a simple three-step process.
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Request an Appointment
Currently accepting new clients on Monday and Friday.
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Phone Number
832-942-8823