Welcome to the IPNB Affiliates page. These clinicians have received extensive training with me, and at IPNB psychotherapy of Austin in a variety of ways. These clinicians are in independent practice and so their policies and work might differ a bit from what we do here. Having said that, I cannot recommend these clinicians highly enough. If one of them feels like a good fit to you, know you will be in good hands.
Deena Graham, LMFT, MA, JD
couples, individuals, and families
In my work, I share the tools that have helped me to trust myself and trust the flow of life, even in the midst of strong emotions. Learning to pause and be present with whatever thoughts and feelings arise has dramatically shifted what I believe and how I live. With practice, we can each learn to move from resisting to allowing unpleasant emotions and be curious about how they are pointing us toward deeper authenticity with ourselves and others. My personal work allows me to serve as a compassionate witness to my clients’ process as they learn to go inside, slow down their minds, and connect with the healing place within themselves.
Internal Family Systems, Intimacy From the Inside Out, Relational Life Therapy, The Work of Byron Katie
Morgan Lindsey, LPC, Ph.D.
individuals, couples, adults, groups, corporate wellness, supervision and case consultation
Morgan Lindsey is an Austin, Texas based Internal Family Systems (IFS) psychotherapist, specializing in resilience building, self-compassion, and trauma recovery. Her work consists of individual therapy, group psychotherapy, corporate mindfulness, and training therapists up and coming in the field. Her work aims to weave modern neuroscience with ancient wisdom traditions in an effort to help people develop aspects of courage, clarity and confidence in support of love, connection, and well-being within themselves and in relationship with others.
Internal Family Systems (IFS), Intimacy From The Inside Out (IFIO), Interpersonal Neurobiological Approach to Healing (IPNB)
David Hixon, L.P.C.
individuals, couples, adults, adolescents, and groups
My work as a therapist is to build a supportive and collaborative relationship with you. Our relationship is the foundation for the healing and exploration of your mind. Effective psychotherapy can be, at times, uncomfortable, but it is in the service of improving your relationship with yourself and making your life happier and more meaningful.
Attachment-Oriented Therapy, Trauma-Informed Therapy, Mindfulness Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy
Janai Bryan, LCSW-S
individuals, and young adults
Janai Bryan is a seasoned counselor and Personal Development Coach. She has worked with schools, treatment centers, churches, and in her own practice for a total of 30 years. She has a heart to equip and empower men and women to walk in wholeness through the integration of one's mind, body, soul and spirit by beautifully weaving the knowledge of inner healing tools with the understanding on interpersonal neurobiology and somatic practices. She takes a strength based approach, where she believes each individual is created in God's image and is creative, resourceful, and whole.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy, Coherence Therapy, Somatic, SOZO, Immanuel and Foundations of Freedom by Think Differently, Attachment Oriented Therapy, Mindfulness Therapy, Trauma Informed Therapy, Supervision for LMSWs
Mark Blockus, LPC, NCC, CCTP
Mark is a deeply compassionate therapist and has a style that allows the client to lead while taking advantage of his life experience and expertise. He sees human growth and development as predicated on the interweaved nature of our body and brain, our mind, and our relationships with others. The focus of his therapeutic approach is to provide a safe and supportive space to invite personal awareness, growth, and healing. He has experience with working with those who have suffered from severe trauma, including those who have been diagnosed with dissociation.
Mindfulness focused Interpersonal Neurobiology, Coherence Therapy, Trauma Work, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Parts Work, Sand Tray, Relational Life Therapy
Elizabeth Buckley, LPC
individuals, and young adults
Elizabeth is a Licensed Professional Counselor and trained in Internal Family Systems therapy. She receives ongoing training rooted in Interpersonal Neurobiology, a theory that emphasizes our development as humans is a product of the relationship between brain, body and interpersonal connection. As a practitioner, she utilizes a highly relational, holistic and integrative lens to help you achieve change that aligns with desired outcomes for your life.
Further, she is neuroscience informed.
Attachment Oriented Psychotherapy, Internal Family Systems, Mindfulness
Jennifer Alley, LPC-S
individuals, couples, and groups
I provide faith-sensitive individual, couples, and group counseling for adults experiencing a variety of issues including shame, trauma, grief and loss, relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, stress reduction, domestic and sexual violence, and life transitions. Faith-sensitive means I will meet you wherever you are in terms of religious or spiritual views. It is my goal that through our work together, you will gain greater clarity and insight into your own internal world, behavior, and strengths, increase your capacity for self-compassion and empathy, and improve your relationships and connection with others while decreasing negative symptoms and behaviors.
I love learning and integrating neuroscience and psychoeducation into our sessions. I believe that change and healing are possible through the therapeutic relationship itself as well as through insight paired with intention and practices that reinforce new learnings and desired ways of being. My practice’s mantra is to Find Hope, Help, & Healing.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Coherence Therapy, Emotional Transformation Therapy, Interpersonal Neurobiology, certified Daring Way™ and Rising Strong™ facilitator based on Brené Brown’s work