Shannon Haragan, MA, MFA, LPC
Shannon's approach to counseling draws from a variety of theories and techniques (including EMDR, CBT, and mindfulness, and interpersonal neurobiology), but all her work is rooted in the fundamental principles of non-judgmental acceptance, authenticity and experience. Her focus in on helping clients find solutions; not just exploring old patterns of belief and behavior. Her style is active, both in and outside of sessions, as she regularly seeks ongoing training to increase her knowledge and skill level as a clinician.
Shannon works with adults and teens on issues such as trauma/PTSD, anxiety, stress management, and codependency/boundary issues. Additionally, she has a special interest in providing support to families of individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer's and other dementias. Having an arts and teaching background, she enjoys working with performers and other creatives on issues of stage fright and peak performance.
Inclusiveness and cultural competency are strongly held values in her practice. All are welcome regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender or sexual orientation. In addition to traditional in-office therapy, Shannon also offers HIPAA-compliant teletherapy (online, similar to Skype) to individuals located anywhere in Texas, which may be covered by insurance.
Read more about Shannon's practice at www.haragantherapy.com.
Contact Shannon at: 512-831-4399
Shannon accepts BCBS PPO insurance.