Lindsay Schneeberger (she/her/hers)

NCC, LPC-Associate, Supervised by Sara Weber, LPC-S, CEDS-S
Accepting Clients

I feel called to help folks feel more at one with their bodies and take up space, unapologetically.

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate in Austin, TX
Supervised by Sara Weber, LPC-S, CEDS-S

  • Free Initial Consultation
  • Contact
  • Individual

About My Clients

You've been hard on yourself for as long as you can remember. Perhaps you're starting to wonder about what it might be like to be kinder to yourself, like how you're kind to everyone else. Maybe you, like so many of us, feel disconnected from your body and feel drawn to moving towards more connected and attuned, embodied living, but don't know where or how to start.

My Background and Approach

If you desire to move towards a more compassionate relationship with yourself, I may be a great fit. I work with clients 1:1 who are navigating self-esteem issues, food and body concerns, relationship struggles, and grief and loss. Wherever you are in the journey (even if the word journey makes you roll your eyes), I'll meet you there. I believe that humans are innately wired for connection and that the therapy relationship can be an important vehicle for growth. I see myself as a teammate committed to helping you connect to your inner wisdom and strengths so that you can live in more alignment what matters most to you. Therapy can also be a container for us to slow down and get curious about how our external world (cultural conditioning, experiences, systems, etc.) influences the way we relate to ourselves, our bodies, and others. Holding space for clients and the full range of feelings that arise during this process is a deep honor.

My Personal Beliefs and Interests

As a human who is also a therapist, I’m committed to ongoing, lifelong learning and social justice work. I aim to work with clients from a culturally responsive, affirming lens and I strongly value cultural humility. I’m a White, currently able-bodied, cisgender woman with size privilege and acknowledge the unearned power from these identities and positionality. I'm actively working to unlearn, examine my biases, and practice antiracism. I'll regularly check in and ask for clients' feedback and I am committed to repair work when I make mistakes. I find joy relaxing at local coffee shops, connecting with my inner child’s interests (including playing video games), and wandering around bookstores and libraries.

I offer online counseling in the following states:

At A Glance

  • Experience: 1 year of practice
  • Languages: English
  • Rate: $80 - 140/session


‪(512) 387-4025‬ Email Lindsay
1213 W Slaughter Lane
Suite 155
Austin, TX 78748

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