Mental Health AMA
<EDIT: Thanks so much to everyone that joined us! We weren't expecting such a massive response and we did our best to answer as many questions as possible! Sorry if we didn't get to you, but thank you all for joining us today! Hopefully we will be able to do another one of these in the future, hope to chat with you all again!
SuKura, Jamie, and Adam from Enteave Counseling>
Original Post: Good morning Reddit!
We are three psychotherapists who have experience working in a variety of settings, including private practice and large non-profit and government organizations. We all work at Enteave Counseling in Austin, TX. We offer online therapy and will also resume in-person sessions at our office later this year.
While we cannot provide counseling through reddit, we are happy to answer questions you have about anxiety, trauma, depression, general mental health, or counseling (in-person and online).
SuKura Webster (enteave-sukura):
Hi, I specialize in helping clients with past and current trauma (emotional, physical, psychological, sexual) and managing emotions. I use relaxation/calming techniques, coping skills training, communication training, and education to help clients learn to manage overwhelming feelings/emotions in order to find a sense of empowerment and acceptance.
When I am not working with my clients, I like to read, watch movies, and hang out with friends and family. I recently got into Grey's Anatomy (I know I am late!) and some video games like Borderlands, Overcooked, It Takes Two and I have played Call of Duty on several occasions.
Jamie Prunty (enteave_jamie):
I specialize in helping clients with anxiety and depression. I use client-centered, cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, and self compassion techniques.
When I’m not working with my clients, I like to read non-fiction, follow sports, and binge reality television shows.
Adam Paine (enteave-adam):
I specialize in helping clients with high anxiety; I use mindfulness/meditation, stress management techniques, work/life balance techniques, assertive communication training, and behavioral therapy to help clients learn to enjoy life more by managing their stress.
When I’m not working with my clients, I like to read non-fiction, practice yoga, working my way through every season of the Simpsons (I'm currently on season 27 🤦), and play video games (Nintendo Switch mostly and occasionally the Oculus Quest).
Ask us anything about depression, trauma, anxiety, counseling, video games or TV shows! We plan to be here Saturday from around 9am until 2pm.
Disclaimer: We cannot provide counseling services through reddit. If you or someone you know is in crisis, please call 911 or go to your nearest hospital.
If you’d like to talk more about getting connected to services at our practice, please contact us at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]), you can also find additional information on our website: www.enteave.com