Sarah Walker, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist
Compassionate Counseling in Austin, TX

Austin Psychologist - therapy and couples counseling

3724 Jefferson Street

Suite 200
Austin, TX 78731
(512) 627-9633

Creating meaningful change requires support, insight, and the right tools


Counseling for Couples

Think Your Relationship Might Be in Trouble?

  • have you stopped talking and listening to each other?
  • feeling unsupported or misunderstood?
  • missing emotional or physical intimacy?
  • worried that the fighting is effecting your self-esteem or your kids?
  • feeling emotionally abused or constantly criticized?
  • has there been lying or cheating?
  • wondering if you should stay or leave?

Couples counseling can help you address these problems and regain the connection and zest in your relationship.  I use research-based methods to improve communcation and relationship health.

What is a Healthy Relationship?

All couples experience conflict or feelings of dissatisfaction or frustration at times.  But a healthy, emotionally intimate relationship can bring a sense of security, enjoyment and fulfillment:

  • the freedom to be your own person, while staying connected to your partner
  • room for your own interests along with shared activities together
  • communication based on respect and understanding of each other's feelings - even when your opinions differ
  • strategies to solve problems so that you both feel like partners in the process


Call for a free 15-minute consultation

to learn more about how

I can help your relationship 

(512) 627-9633

Resources I recommend for intimate relationships:

Marriageology: The Art and Science of Staying Together by Belinda Luscombe

The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work by Dr. John Gottman

How Can I Forgive You? The Courage to Forgive, the Freedom Not To by Dr. Janis Abrahms Spring

Sarah Walker, Ph.D.

phone: (512) 627-9622

3724 Jefferson Street, Suite 200   Austin, TX  78731