Areas of Clinical Focus
- Teens & Adults
- LGBTQ Issues
- Life Transitions
Hannah Baylon, LMSW
Supervision Provided by Samantha Bray, LCSW-S
Phone: (512) 636-0104
We all go through periods where life feels overwhelming.
You may be grappling with excessive self-doubt, overthinking, or intrusive thoughts.
Maybe you’re finding it difficult to concentrate.
Perhaps your “go to” coping skills have become more harmful than helpful and you are struggling to break free and learn a new way.
You wish you felt more fulfilled in your relationships, confident in your abilities, and engaged with your career and interests. You want to feel free to be authentically you, to approach life from a position of openness, curiosity, and vitality.
Is there an endless loop of “what ifs” and “shoulds” draining your energy, leaving you feeling depleted and hopeless more often than not?
Sometimes it’s scarier to confront the unknown than it is to continue down a path that’s familiar, yet incredibly painful.
I became a therapist because I know how it feels to wrestle with a mind that is mired in fear and negative thinking patterns. I’m grateful to have gained the knowledge and skills that empower me to better navigate the challenges I face - and be able to help guide others on their journeys of healing and growth as well.
We all need a space where we can feel seen, heard, and supported without judgment.
Through my experience working with individuals and groups in a variety of settings, including an outpatient mental health treatment center, a high school, a trauma center in a medical hospital, and a psychiatric inpatient hospital, I’ve been inspired time and time again by the resilience of the human spirit.
My training in evidence-based modalities such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure and response prevention (ERP), mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), and interpersonal and social rhythm therapy (IPSRT) enables me to treat symptoms of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), ADHD, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, and depression.
I also incorporate techniques from acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), radically open dialectical behavior therapy (RO-DBT), narrative therapy, and interpersonal neurobiology.
My clients describe me as “compassionate, creative, and collaborative”.
I know you are the expert of your own life and experiences.
I also know that we all benefit from having another person to help us discern what may be lurking in our blind spots.
While we all have things we struggle with, we also each possess unique strengths that can be leveraged to help us reclaim our lives and selves.
If you’re tired of feeling like you’re going through the motions, or barely managing to hold things together, there’s hope. I would be honored to support you through the process of stepping out of the internal battle and into a more centered, harmonious, and liberated version of yourself.
Teens & Adults | OCD | OCPD | ADHD | Bipolar | LGBTQ Issues | Life Transitions | CBT | ACT | ERP | RO-DBT