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Phone: (512)-415-9820

About Us

New Visions Counseling brings to Austin a unique and peaceful healing space. We have designed our space to remove the clinical blankness and intimidation of a typical doctor’s office. Instead, we welcome you into our home of health, wholeness, and personal growth. We provide holistically based counseling and mental health services for adults, couples, children, teens, families, and groups. Our psychotherapists form an eclectic team of professionals, each with specialized training and experience in their own unique area of mental health and holistic psychotherapy.

Specializations include:

  • Couples Counseling and Marital Enrichment
  • Compulsive Behaviors Such as Food, Sex, Internet Gaming and Pornography, Spending, Alcohol and Drug Issues
  • Treatment for Eating Disorders and Body Image
  • Sexuality Concerns and Intimacy Enhancement
  • Depression
  • Anxiety and Panic Disorders
  • Family, Healing Broken Bonds, Adult Children and Parents
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Anger and Stress Management
  • Professional Career Coaching
  • Support In Healing From Grief, Loss, Illness and Disability
  • Hypnotherapy
  • Childhood and Birth Trauma
  • Therapeutic Breathwork, Meditation Training, and Spiritual Enrichment

Medical, psychiatric, and nutritional referrals are arranged when needed. Community based referrals to outside agencies, free support groups, and other helping professionals are made when necessary and upon request. We also  provide classes, seminars, and presentations to various agencies, schools and companies in Austin and surrounding communities.

We provide flexible hours including days, evenings and weekend appointments to suit your schedule.

We Are Different!

We are located in the heart of South Austin. Our mission is to create a secure atmosphere of trust and ease, a friendly community, and an opportunity for you to succeed and find control and stability in your life.

Our People

We are able to provide a range of expertise in numerous areas of psychotherapy because we have united five highly respected, highly trained and practiced therapists into our group.  Our therapists are also trained in and have worked with dual diagnosis clientele.  Filled with a wide range of life experiences and a diverse background, New Visions Counseling brings everyone into a safe, warm environment.

Our Mission

New Visions Group strives to service the community by teaching a supportive healing system of positive emotional communication to individuals, couples, families, and groups. We provide mind, body, and spiritual support for people who want positive life changes, healing, and personal growth. We support an environment of peace, harmony, and inter-connectedness among people of all nationalities, cultures, spiritual and sexual orientations and political ideologies.

Linda Falter, ME, LCDC, LPC

I have provided counseling services both in the USA, and in several third-world countries. I work with couples, families, and individuals of any ethnic background, religious persuasion, sexual orientation, or physically challenged, from early childhood to senior citizens. I also work with people on anger management, anxiety, bereavement and grief experiences, bipolar disorders, chronic or catastrophic illnesses, eating disorders, depression, family conflicts and blended family issues, marital and relationship difficulties, pain management, PTSD, schizophrenia, substance abuse, panic attacks and workplace issues.

Jill Montgomery, M.S., L.C.S.W/A.C.P.

Jill started working for New Visions Counseling Group in 2003. Prior to that, she was in private practice for over twenty years. She earned her Master’s degree from the University of Louisville, is a licensed minister, and graduated from the Unity School of Religious Studies in 1990, where she led a group for people with Eating Disorders. Jill is also certified in Therapeutic Breathwork.

A considerable amount of her work has focused around children and the elderly. In Buffalo, New York she did protective work and counseling with unwed mothers. She led training seminars and did individual counseling with unmarried parents in the adoption and placement of older and disabled children.

She adopted two Russian children, Sergie and Larissa, and is currently raising them as a single parent. She has also been a Red Cross Volunteer and Iyengar Yoga Instructor since 1987.

Jill has worked with a number of Austin musicians through the SIMS foundation, and is a musician herself. In 1995 she helped form the group “The Studebakers”, an eclectic vocal-harmony group that performs regularly today.

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