Helping People Find Inner Peace In Austin, TX.

Wise Oak Counseling

Do you like who you see in the mirror?

If not, I can help. I enjoy helping clients study their habitual patterns. Through repeated experiences, we develop habits and beliefs about ourselves, but we don’t have to continue living that way. As we mindfully explore who we are, we give ourselves more freedom of choice about who we want to be.

About Drea Fackler LPC, MS, LMT, APP

I am a body-centered therapist and a graduate of the two-year training in Boulder in Hakomi Mindful Somatic Psychotherapy. I use the principles of Hakomi including nonviolence, mindfulness, organicity, unity, and mind-body integration. I have specialized experience in anxiety, depression, chronic pain, self-esteem, relationship issues, life transitions, and trauma.

Deep

I work from a psychodynamic perspective. This means that I guide clients deeper into understanding their unconscious processes and implicit beliefs. 

Experiential

I work experientially, which means I help clients come back to their present experience, even as they explore painful memories. Using mindfulness, clients can draw their attention inward and be able to self study. 

Body Mind Integration

The body is a key part of our work together, because it is where emotions and feelings are experienced. It is often filled with preverbal experience and implicit memory; wounds we may have never explored or had the words to do so. Staying with the experience happening in the body, allows those unconscious processes to become known.

Relationship

The connection between therapist and client is one that is a dynamic partnership. We are working together from a place of curiosity and nonjudgment. As a therapist, I am relational, calm, present and practice loving presence.

I work from a psychodynamic perspective. This means that I guide clients deeper into understanding their unconscious processes and implicit beliefs. 

I work experientially, which means I help clients come back to their present experience, even as they explore painful memories. Using mindfulness, clients can draw their attention inward and be able to self study. 

The body is a key part of our work together, because it is where emotions and feelings are experienced. It is often filled with preverbal experience and implicit memory; wounds we may have never explored or had the words to do so. Staying with the experience happening in the body, allows those unconscious processes to become known.

The connection between therapist and client is one that is a dynamic partnership. We are working together from a place of curiosity and nonjudgment. As a therapist, I am relational, calm, present and practice loving presence.

“The greatest gift you have to give is that of your own self transformation”

~ Lao Tzu

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