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Therapist / Janet Wang LPC, NCC

Sex/Gender: Female

Pronouns: She/her

Ethnicity: Chinese

Languages: English, Mandarin

*Telehealth and in-person*

Your relationship with yourself and others cause you to suffer in ways that your friends can’t fully comprehend. Feelings of failure, insecurity, anxiety and depression have left you feeling like a stranger in your own life. You question yourself, wondering if you’ve done something wrong… whether there’s something you should be doing differently. Friends and family are trying to be helpful with their advice, but it often leaves you feeling worse. Some days you have hope and others you feel you are in true despair. You are desperate to make sense of it all, and you don’t know where to turn. Together, we will work through the intrusive thoughts and behaviors surrounding your self-image to find freedom, acceptance and healing. Through using a variety of tools and techniques, you can find a new relationship with yourself, and begin to move forward in your life in ways that feel joyful and meaningful.You have suffered in silence for too long. Reach out today and allow me to share the journey of recovery with you. Together, we can restore your belief in the goodness of yourself, and find new ways to cope and to see your relationship with the world. My website can also be found here:

I specialize in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for the treatment of especially difficult-to-treat issues such as severe depression and anxiety, PTSD, borderline personality disorder and bipolar disorder. I am well-versed with clients with issues of self-harm and frequent hospitalizations. I currently run a counseling group for patients enrolled in DBT Intensive Outpatient Program at Ascension Seton Hospital in Austin, Texas. I help clients get through their day-to-day conflicts and hurdles so that they feel like they are living a life worth living.

I also specialize in working with couples with high conflict and tension.  I apply Psychological Approach to Couples Therapy (PACT) in my work with couples and I have been PACT Level I and II trained.  I help guide couples into figuring out what their principles are, their dealbreakers, overcome betrayal, and help them to be able to work out issues themselves that’s best for their relationship. 

My passion for therapy thrives in creating a safe, non-judgmental, and collaborative space for you to feel secure and comfortable to share and explore your thoughts and feelings. I see that my role is to help you see your potential and work towards living a life that you wish for.

In my practice, I use a holistic approach that considers the various factors that play a role in how we cope whether you are dealing with anxiety, depression, life transitions, and traumatic events. I use my experience and training across multiple approaches, such as Cognitive Behavioral, Solution Focused, Humanistic Existentialism, and others to tailor the sessions to help you reach your goals and to better understand how the past has influenced your present and the direction you want to go in the future.

I have a passion for working with adults, adolescents, and couples from many background using a wide variety of counseling techniques to cater to each client’s specific needs. I’ve also had prior experience working with clients of all different ages and situations at Capital Area Counseling, and have also completed intensive PACT training for counseling couples and EDIT for eating disorders. I’ve also managed and worked with 500+ women, men, non-binary and transgender individuals in high-stressed career and corporate work environments for over 16 years, helping them with balancing everyday stressors – career, relationships, personal interests, and achieving their goals.

Languages: English, Mandarin


License Number: 88213

License State: Texas

Practice Information:

Types of insurance accepted: United Healthcare Group, Cigna Health, Aetna, Other

7703 N Lamar Blvd, Suite 500, Austin, Tx, 78752, USA
Individual, Couples
Therapy Offered:
Counseling / Therapy
Types of Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral (DBT), Psychobiological Approach Couple Therapy
Anger Management, Anxiety, Behavioral Issues, Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality, Career Counseling, Coping Skills, Depression, Divorce, Emotional Disturbance, Family Conflict, Grief, Marital and Premarital, Racial Identity, Relationship Issues, School Issues, Self Esteem, Self- Harming, Suicidal Ideation, Trauma and PTSD, Women's Issues

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