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The soul that beholds beauty becomes beautiful.
— Ploteinus

The following professionals and organizations provide excellent resources to the Austin community:

Gail Allen, parent educator
Provides compassionate private sessions and workshops that facilitate
healthy parenting.

Capital Area Mental Health Center
512.302.1000; www.camhc.org
An agency that provides income-based, low-cost counseling services. It is
virtually the only Central Texas provider of low-cost, no-session-limit
psychotherapy for adults, children, couples, and families. Services are
provided by interns supervised by therapists in the Austin community.

Central Family Practice
A medical practice that combines western medicine and complementary
alternative therapies in a warm and nurturing atmosphere.

512.476.5775; www.conspirare.org
A vocal group that gives breathtaking performances. Inspired by the belief in
music's power to change people's lives, they seek to draw all persons into the
embrace of the musical arts by producing world-class choral/orchestral

For the Love of Christi
512.467-2600; www.forlovechristi.org
Provides bereavement support groups for anyone who has lost a loved one.

Hospice Austin
512.342.4700; www.hospiceaustin.org
Provides compassionate care for dying people and their families.
Provides bereavement support groups for anyone who has lost a loved one.

Interfaith Care Alliance
512.459-5883; www.interfaithcarealliance.org
Provides compassionate, practical and emotional support for people living
with AIDS and other serious illnesses and their loved ones.

The Jung Society of Austin
512.478-6461; www.jungsociety.com
A nonprofit organization that serves as a source of education about Jungian
psychology, other depth psychologies, and related topics.

Elizabeth Kubala, massage therapist
512.636.4493; www.ekubala.com
Massage therapy honoring the magic, the mystery, and the wisdom of your

Randi Lyman
512.569.4815; www.ahelpinghandforyou.com
A professional organizer who specializes in working with clients who struggle with mild, moderate, or severe organizing issues. Randi is compassionate, kind, and efficient, and she works in collaboration with therapists, if needed, to help heal the emotional part of being chronically disorganized. She takes the overwhelming feelings of frustration and anxiety out of the organizing process and helps replace those feelings with personal empowerment.

Charles MacInerney, yoga teacher
512.459.2267; www.yogateacher.com
Excellent yoga teacher and retreat leader with decades of experience.

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)
512.420-9810; austin.nami.org
Volunteer network of families, consumers, friends, and concerned
professionals working together to improve the quality of life for those
affected by severe and persistent mental illness.

Amanda Norcross, LPC-Intern
Amanda provides low-cost therapy under Candyce's supervision. Amanda is a fellow graduate of Pacifica Graduate Institute.

Dena Roberts, rolfer and psychotherapist
512.695.3600; www.denaroberts.com
Rolfer extraordinaire!

Seton Cove
512.451.0272; www.setoncove.net
An interfaith spirituality center that offers a welcoming place of solace and
hospitality where people of any faith may nourish and foster their spiritual
growth and journey toward wholeness.

Story Circle Network
A national not-for-profit organization made up of women who want to explore
their lives and their souls by exploring their personal stories. Has a very
active Austin chapter.

Wonders and Worries
512.329.5757; www.wondersandworries.org
Provides an array of therapeutic activities geared toward children, youth, and
families coping with chronic or life-threatening illnesses.

Writers’ League of Texas
512.499.8914; www.writersleague.org
Based in Austin. Provides workshops, writing groups, conferences, etc. for
writers at any experience level.