Quality counseling in Austin since 2001: Gate Healing, PLLC

At Gate Healing, PLLC we know how difficult it is to ask for help. We admire the courage it takes to be vulnerable, and we aim to earn your trust by showing the compassion and respect that you deserve. Our approach involves applying science, intuition and experience to help you achieve your goals.

With a career spanning nearly 25 years, Jonathan has cultivated a trusted counseling practice that is highly regarded by successful professionals and accomplished individuals from diverse backgrounds. His therapeutic approach involves a calming and supportive demeanor along with direct, clear guidance.

Whether you travel a lot or if you just prefer the comfort of your favorite chair at home, you are welcome to do your sessions through video or telephone. Of course, when in-person is your comfort zone, we have office appointments available. Either way, your success is our objective and we will work to help you attain it.

Our counseling services are accessible in Austin and the surrounding areas, with the convenience of HIPAA-compliant telephone and video sessions. We also provide limited in-person and weekend sessions, ensuring flexibility and accessibility to meet your scheduling needs.

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Jonathan F. Anderson, LPC-s, Owner and Therapist

Jonathan is the owner of Gate Healing, PLLC, and has worked in the therapeutic community since 1990. After completing his Bachelor’s degree at the University of Texas, Austin in 1994, he attended the highly-regarded University of Minnesota, Twin Cities to earn his Master’s degree in 1997. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor and is recognized as a Board Approved Supervisor by the State of Texas Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors. Jonathan has completed Level 2 of the Gottman Method of Couples Counseling, and in 1998 received specialized training from the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation in Advanced Critical Incident Stress Management & Debriefing.

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Buddy, the Therapy Dog: Austin’s favorite helper pup!

This picture really captures him (when he’s awake): Present, intelligent and a show-off. Buddy brings warmth to my office only a dog can provide! Plus, he’s a great listener . . . I mean, look at those ears!

Buddy is a regular presence in my office. He helps people feel at ease. He is quite intuitive, does not bark, and enjoys exploring parks around Austin, especially playing at Zilker Park. If he is not in “therapy-work” mode, he will likely come to say hello, then go to sleep beside me. Sometimes, you’ll find him looking out the window in the waiting room; or sleeping in front of it. Feel free to give him a scratch, he’s super friendly! But, please don’t give him treats since by the end of the day he may not have an appetite for his dinner!