Kendall Campbell MA, LMFT-Associate

Marriage & Family Therapist
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 in Austin, Texas. My goal is to provide a therapeutic experience that is a safe, private and comfortable environment for couples, individuals and families. We will work together to explore issues and concerns that brought you and/or your family to therapy.

My general approach to therapy is rooted in systemic theory. What this means is that I tend to focus on not only the person or people in front of me but also the friends and family around them that engage in their everyday lives.

I graduated from Baylor University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. I then moved to Austin and graduated from St. Edwards University with a Master of Arts in Counseling and have years of experience working with adolescents, couples and individuals that struggle with mental illness. I am currently expanding that experience through my work as an educator at Austin State Hospital.

My passion is working with couples and because of that, I have started training to become a Gottman Certified Therapist.

Kendall Campbell Counseling
http://kendallcampbell.com

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13706 US-183
#211F
Austin, Texas
78750

Areas of Specialty

Anxiety

Child or Adolescent

Coping Skills

Depression

Divorce

Family Conflict

Infidelity

Parenting

Relationship Issues

Self Esteem

Treatment Methods

Counseling/Psychotherapy

Divorce Counseling

Family Therapy

Family/Marital

Marriage counseling

Mindfulness

Relationship Counseling

Articles Kendall has Published
Addiction: The Start of What You Should Know
Addiction: The Start of What You Should Know

What is addiction like? Addiction is like the matrix. You remember Morpheus, sitting in front of Neo asking him to take the red pill, or the blue one? People who suffer from addiction eventually feel like »

What is addiction like? Addiction is like the matrix. You remember Morpheus, sitting in front of Neo asking him to take the red pill, or the blue one? People who suffer from addiction eventually feel like whatever substance their addicted to becomes their entire world. Heroin. Cocaine. Alcohol – all of these substances become the world pulled over their eyes to blind them from the truth. What truth?..

Kendall Campbell · one day ago

Kendall Campbell · one day ago

The Guardian in Each of Us
The Guardian in Each of Us

For some time now I've been struggling with writing new articles – you might have noticed. I shared this challenge with a colleague of mine and he asked me one simple question, "What are you passionate »

For some time now I've been struggling with writing new articles – you might have noticed. I shared this challenge with a colleague of mine and he asked me one simple question, "What are you passionate about?" Now, that is a really straight forward question – one that I knew the answer to – but my hesitance to answer him came from a deep-seeded thought that fellow nerds might be familiar with...

Kendall Campbell · November 7th, 2017

Kendall Campbell · November 7th, 2017

Perception & Truth
Perception & Truth

Perception is truth, and a powerful truth at that. How we perceive things affects how we view ourselves and others. So, what happens when your perception of something clashes with another's perception? »

Perception is truth, and a powerful truth at that. How we perceive things affects how we view ourselves and others. So, what happens when your perception of something clashes with another's perception? Are each of you confused? Does it spark a conflict? Does it lead to either of you becoming angry or sad? If any of those things happen, don't worry! This difference in perception happens to all of us..

Kendall Campbell · October 31st, 2017

Kendall Campbell · October 31st, 2017

Time: The Ultimate Luxury
Time: The Ultimate Luxury

Time: The Ultimate Luxury There are eighty-six thousand four hundred seconds that pass each day, yet somehow, it's never quite enough. Over the past month, I've heard several of my friends and clients »

Time: The Ultimate Luxury There are eighty-six thousand four hundred seconds that pass each day, yet somehow, it's never quite enough. Over the past month, I've heard several of my friends and clients talk about how they wish they had more time. I asked one of them what it would be like to have one more hour each day and their response is what inspired me to write this article. "One hour? I'd be happy..

Kendall Campbell · January 25th, 2017

Kendall Campbell · January 25th, 2017