Julie Moss, MS, LPC
Phone: (512) 636-0104
First and foremost, I salute you for your efforts to seek out therapy. This can seem like a daunting task! I believe it is valuable to hone in on why you may be searching for therapy in the first place.
I view our time together as a collaborative effort, and I want my clients to understand that therapy can be an effective tool for a variety of goals. If your goal is to gain better insight, improve your development or life’s path, or delve into deeper issues, I’m here to help.
With over ten years of experience in the mental health field, and I bring this experience to every session.
I believe that therapy is an opportunity to reflect, challenge oneself, and sometimes have a chuckle at the curveballs life throws our way. I hold the client/therapist relationship in high regard, and it’s important to me that we are a good fit for one another.
As humans, we possess an immense amount of resiliency. My role is to help guide you in utilizing your resiliency to gain better insight and knowledge about what may be best for you.
Areas of Clinical Focus
- Young Adults
- College Students
- Social Media Addiction
- Peer Pressure
- Women’s Issues
- Developmental Skills
- Substance Abuse
- Existential Therapy
- Person-Centered Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
To request an appointment, please fill out the form below. You may also call us M-F during normal business hours at 512-636-0104 and speak with our intake specialist.
Bray Counseling requires 48 hours notice of rescheduling or cancellation. Please note that insurance companies will not provide payment or any out of network reimbursement for missed sessions.