Mr. Kendall Campbell MA, LMFT-Associate

Counselor
Kendall Campbell

Credentials: License

Institution: Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists

Certification: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate

Certification Year: 2015

Institution: St. Edwards

Graduated: 2015

In practice since: 2015

I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate. I specialize in helping couples communicate effectively, manage and resolve conflict, and move forward from two of the greatest challenges that can affect relationships: Infidelity and Addiction.

I believe relationships of any kind can help us overcome life’s challenges and even grow through shared understanding. During therapy I will get know you (and your partner’s or family’s) struggles, goals, patterns, and perceptions and with this information we will work together to redefine and recreate your relationships into the healthy enjoyable ones you deserve.

If you or your partner are struggling with addiction, infidelity, anxiety, depression, and/or simply communicating, call me at (512) 920-3654. I will be happy to answer your questions and schedule an appointment for you.

Kendall Campbell Counseling
http://kendallcampbell.com

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3811 Bee Caves Road
Suite 204
Austin, Texas
78746

Areas of Specialty

Addiction

Alcohol Abuse

Anxiety

Child or Adolescent

Coping Skills

Depression

Divorce

Drug Abuse

Infidelity

Relationship Issues

Substance Abuse

Video Game Addiction

Treatment Methods

Addictions Counseling

Counseling/Psychotherapy

Divorce Counseling

Family Therapy

Family/Marital

Marriage counseling

Mindfulness

Relationship Counseling

Articles Kendall has Published
Relationships: Routine & Change
Relationships: Routine & Change

CHANGE. My guess is you're not a fan of change. Most people aren't, which makes what I want to talk to you about today that much more exciting. As a couple's therapist a question that I hear far too often »

CHANGE. My guess is you're not a fan of change. Most people aren't, which makes what I want to talk to you about today that much more exciting. As a couple's therapist a question that I hear far too often is "how did we get here?" The answer to that question, of course, differs to a degree depending on what they've come in to talk about. However, one of the conclusions that couples usually come to..

Mr. Kendall Campbell · May 16th, 2018

Mr. Kendall Campbell · May 16th, 2018

Modern Communication: The Failure of Social Media
Modern Communication: The Failure of Social Media

In the last 25 years, we've made some of the greatest technological advancements in our history. One of which, the internet, has allowed us to freely and effortlessly exchange brilliant ideas and funny »

In the last 25 years, we've made some of the greatest technological advancements in our history. One of which, the internet, has allowed us to freely and effortlessly exchange brilliant ideas and funny cat pictures via whatever device we want, whenever we so desire, through social media. The internet and products of the internet like Google, Facebook, Twitter and the like, have revolutionized our society..

Mr. Kendall Campbell · May 9th, 2018

Mr. Kendall Campbell · May 9th, 2018

Understanding the Emotions of Loss
Understanding the Emotions of Loss

Loss. What comes up for you when you read that word? What do you think about? And more importantly (and in stereotypical therapist-y fashion) ... How do feel? I ask because loss is something that recently »

Loss. What comes up for you when you read that word? What do you think about? And more importantly (and in stereotypical therapist-y fashion) ... How do feel? I ask because loss is something that recently affected me, and I want to make sure you know how to sit with it just as I have come to. In my case, the loss that I recently experienced isn't one that many talk about but regardless of what your..

Mr. Kendall Campbell · May 2nd, 2018

Mr. Kendall Campbell · May 2nd, 2018

Trauma: The Shadow of Addiction
Trauma: The Shadow of Addiction

Over the past few weeks I've talked a lot about of addiction; from what it is to how to treat it. This week I want to continue that conversation but I'd like to shine a light on a different area of addiction. »

Over the past few weeks I've talked a lot about of addiction; from what it is to how to treat it. This week I want to continue that conversation but I'd like to shine a light on a different area of addiction. This week I want to focus on trauma. As it happens, studies have shown that between 50 and 96% of substance abusers seeking treatment report experiencing trauma and up to 34% of people receiving..

Mr. Kendall Campbell · April 22nd, 2018

Mr. Kendall Campbell · April 22nd, 2018