Our Location

810 W. 45th Street Austin, TX 78751



Hours of Operation
Monday to Thursday — 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Friday — 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday — Closed.

Individual & Family Therapy

We offer individual and family therapy to children 0-17 years old. We treat a variety of mental health conditions including depression and anxiety. We can also help your child with grief, trauma, and family challenges such as divorce.  

To schedule an intake appointment for individual or family therapy please visit the appointment scheduling page. 

A Safe Space for Healing 

ACGC has a beautiful play room where children can feel safe and supported during their counseling experience. Our Healing Garden is also available as a space for relaxation and therapeutic healing for children and families.  

Helping Your Child Thrive In Childhood and Beyond 

Here at ACGC, our therapists are trained in a variety of methods to help your child including  

  • Parent-Child Interactive Therapy: conducting "coaching" sessions during which you and your child are in a playroom while the therapist is in an observation room watching you interact with your child through a one-way mirror. You wear a "bug-in-the-ear" device through which the therapist coaches you on positive interactions with your child. 
  • Play Therapy: utilizing play to help children express their feelings and emotions instead of words. 
  • Traditional Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: talking one-on-one with a therapist for a set number of sessions 
  • Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: addressing trauma, such as sexual harassment/assault, domestic abuse, and hate crimes, for children six years old and older. 

Our approach to helping your child and family is informed by therapeutic theories such as (but not limited to):  

  • Cognitive Behavior Theories 
  • Family Systems Theory 
  • Person-Centered Theory 
  • Attachment Theory 
  • Social Learning Theory 

Group Therapy and Low-Cost Caregiver Workshops 

We also provide group therapy in Austin to provide additional counseling and support for families. Low-cost caregiver workshops are also available as a resource with a variety of topics such as internet safety, bullying awareness, and effective parent-child communication.