Eden Stone

LPC, M.Ed.





is not accepting new counseling clients at this time.

$180/50-55 minute session (standard therapy hour)

Private Pay


Whole Foods Insurance




Anxiety & Panic Attacks


Relationship Issues


Millennials, Gen-Zers, and Young Adults (age 18+)




Life Transitions




People Pleasing




Eating/Body Concerns


Eden Stone

(512) 607-9360 ext 74

I work great with...

  • Anxious, people-pleasers – those who want to learn how to prioritize themselves and live life on their own terms, without guilt or fear
  • Adults seeking to heal from childhood trauma or past relationship wounds, and build more meaningful relationships
  • Perfectionists and high-achievers – those who are tired of living on autopilot, want to reclaim their lives, and rediscover their worth
  • Individuals who experience thoughts and emotions as too intense, and want help navigating difficult emotions 
  • Those interested in developing self-compassion and a deeper self-understanding
  • Folks who are ready for change and open to doing the work necessary to grow and heal

Style & Approach

Clients describe me as nurturing, warm, and collaborative. In our work together, our relationship will be the driving force for change. Rather than pretending I have all the answers, I trust the answers you’re seeking are already within you; they just need help being found. With my training and experience as a therapist, my goal is to help you access your inner wisdom. As you share your stories with me, I will act as a supportive guide—helping you make new meaning of your stories, and rewrite or create new ones as needed. 

I’m known for providing holistic, trauma-informed care. This means 1) I view each person as part of a larger system they have experienced, and 2) I believe it’s essential to integrate mind and body in healing work. I will use different body-based techniques to help you gain greater awareness and insight into your experiences. In practice, this looks like slowing down as thoughts and feelings arise, checking in with your body, noticing sensations, pausing to tend to inner wounds, and learning tools to feel more safe and at ease. Whether or not you’ve experienced trauma, this process will invite you to grow more curious, kind, and compassionate toward all parts of yourself.

Some of the approaches I Use...

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • Attachment-Based Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) 
  • Compassion-Focused Therapy
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) 
  • Internal Family Systems (IFS)
  • Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB)
  • Mindfulness-Based Interventions
  • Narrative Therapy
  • Person-Centered Care
  • Somatic Therapy
  • Trauma-Informed Care
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Fun Facts

My favorite animal is the elephant, for their highly sensitive, intellectual, and caring nature. I love elephants so much that I have one tattooed on me. 

My favorite outdoor activity is… basking in the sun near a body of water. 

I get way too excited about… matcha tea lattes, reality TV, slow mornings, and Autumn (even though Texas doesn’t have much of one).

Self-care for me is… just ‘being’ instead of doing; sipping hot tea; yoga or nature walks; getting lost in a good book/show/movie; a long, hot shower.

For me, creativity is… anything that stimulates my hands and eyes (painting, cooking, writing). 

I feel calm and content when… I’m wrapped up in a blanket on my couch–like a human burrito–next to my partner and our Boston Terriers. 

My favorite quote is “Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us” - David Richo


Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Counseling and Educational Psychology, The University of Texas at Austin - 2018 

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology, with a sub-concentration in Human Development and Family Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin - 2016 

Professional Experience

  • Licensed Professional Counselor (#83998)
  • 8+ years of experience providing clinical mental health services to college students and young adults
  • 1 year of experience working in residential treatment, where I provided therapy to youth in the foster care system who had a history of severe emotional and physical trauma, abuse, and neglect 
  • Co-taught college courses on the following subjects: Psychology of Sex, Human Sexuality, and Introduction to Counseling Theories

Relevant Professional Trainings

  • Internal Family Systems (IFS) Online Circle Program: Foundations of the IFS Model - Intensive Course 
  • “Intro to Parts Work Through the Internal Family Systems Lens” with Ilyse Kennedy, LPC, LMFT, PSEP, PMH-C
  • “The Neurobiology of Feeling Safe Level 2: Safety Within and Between” with Juliane Taylor Shore, LPC, LMFT, SEP
  • “The Neurobiology of Feeling Safe Level 1: Working with Boundaries Inside and Out” with Juliane Taylor Shore, LPC, LMFT, SEP
  • “Neurobiology with Heart” with Juliane Taylor Shore, LPC-S, LMFT-S
  • “Living with the Legacy of Loss: A Somatic Approach for Working with Grief” with Dr. Janina Fisher
  • “Transforming Trauma-Related Shame & Self-Loathing” with Dr. Janina Fisher
  • “Presence & Patience: The Fundamentals of Trauma Treatment” with Ilyse Kennedy, LPC, LMFT, PSEP, PMH-C
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Skills Course with Marsha Linehan, PhD
  • Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist - Individual (CCTS-I) Course with Arizona Trauma Institute
  • Advanced Training for Trauma Treatment of Complex PTSD with Dr. J. Eric Gentry, PhD, LMHC,
  • Self-Compassion & Mindfulness Course with Kristin Neff, PhD


is not accepting new counseling clients at this time.