Katie Malinski, LCSW-S

Katie is the founder of Crestview Counseling and an Austin-based parenting coach and clinical social worker. With over 20 years’ experience, Katie helps parents see the key connections that help resolve family difficulties, strengthen the parent-child relationship, and get families back on balance and moving forward together.

Katie also presents dynamic parenting workshops and classes on a broad spectrum of topics, including managing difficult behavior in children, promoting self-esteem, parenting through divorce and communicating about sexuality.

Katie’s calling – and passion – is improving family lives by offering understanding, a fresh perspective and hope.

Learn more about her approach, practice and workshops at KatieMalinski.com.

Katie Pendleton, LCSW

Katie has been a social worker and therapist for over 15 years, with experience in both agency settings and private practice. Katie provides a warm, compassionate, and relational space to explore healing around past and current traumas, anxiety/depression, shame, grief, life transitions, and perinatal mood disorders. She also enjoys working with other therapists and healing professionals. Her practice is founded in attachment theory and interpersonal neurobiology, and incorporates elements of mindfulness and body-based exploration, coupled with the cognitive piece of discovering and naming our story. Katie uses somatic work, sand tray, and EMDR to support the joining of the body and mind in healing our inner wounds and struggles.

For more information you can visit www.katiependletonlcsw.com, call Katie at (512) 517-7975, or email katiependletonLCSW@gmail.com

Tammy Linseisen, ACSW, LCSW-S

Tammy has been a therapist in Austin for more than twenty-five years. She enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families to find their life paths and heal their pain. Relationships, both past and present, impact how people see themselves and the world. Working together, Tammy helps clients heal from traumas, while deepening relationships and repairing ruptures that are causing hurt along the way. Not only is Tammy trained in child and adult attachment work, she has developed and taught a course on attachment at the University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work. Tammy also has specialized training in family systems, relational-cultural and restorative practice approaches to therapeutic work.

In addition to therapy, Tammy has a passion for clinical supervision and consultation. She provides clinical supervision for up-and-coming social workers in the Austin community and she also is a board-approved clinical supervision trainer for the state of Texas. Tammy is a consultant to the United States Army Behavioral Health and a clinical associate professor at the University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work.

For more information about Tammy, visit www.centralaustinpsychotherapy.com, and you can reach her at 512-431-0014

Anna Francis, LCSW

Anna has been a therapist in Austin, Texas for over 10 years. She enjoys working with all humans who want to dive deeply into their inner world and heal their suffering.
As a mother of 3, she has a special affinity for working with moms and dads as they navigate the messy beautiful journey of parenthood.
She creates a warm, safe atmosphere to explore the “both and” experience of being human. She believes that so much suffering is caused by aloneness and shame. In therapy we undo aloneness, heal shame and learn to hold compassion for ourselves and others.
Anna is a relational therapist and her work is informed by her training in interpersonal neurobiology, mindfulness, EMDR, and attachment theory.

For more information about her visit: https://www.annafrancislcsw.com/

You can contact Anna at anna.francis.lcsw@gmail.com

Alicia Garces, LCSW-S, BCD

Alicia has been a therapist for over 25 years. She enjoys working with individuals who have experienced the loss of a loved one. She also works with caregivers who are experiencing the challenges of anticipatory grief. Concerns about life transitions, multicultural issues, couples counseling and trauma informed care are a natural step that can emerge from the grieving process. The grieving process can also touch other areas of unresolved vulnerabilities that can be a barrier to daily functioning. She works with practicing therapists seeking their own emotional support and clinical consultation. Alicia has been an internship trainer and clinical supervisor at the University of Texas Counseling & Mental Health Center for over 25 years. In her private practice, she provides supervision consultation to therapists providing LCSW supervision for licensure.

You can contact Alicia at (512) 474-6888.

Crestview Counseling is group of independently practicing therapists. Each therapist maintains his or her own licensure, policies, and medical records. Please contact each therapist individually with any questions.