Living Life Counseling


(512) 966-5405

Cynde Williams - M.Ed., LPC-S

My goal is to help guide and support you through the difficulties that life sometimes presents. My passion is to help you work through these times and become stronger and better through the process. I believe that we are resilient and can manage life's obstacles, and would like to be a resource to help you along the journey. I work with adults, adolescents, and children in the private setting and have worked with children and adolescents in the school setting. I have experience working with depression, relationship issues, marriage counseling, parenting, grief and loss, and anxiety.

I use a client centered approach in order to assist you in reaching your potential towards those goals which are important to you. I also use Cognitive Behavior Therapy tools in order to address certain behaviors that may be interfering with regular life routines. It is important for me to provide a safe and respectful environment while offering you professional quality care.

(512) 966-5405

Celia Garrett - LPC

I have practiced psychotherapy for 26 years. I believe in a person's capacity to heal, to problem solve, and to progress beyond perceived limitations which is evident in my philosophy of therapy. My approach to human relationships is client-centered and systems oriented. I use an eclectic mix of therapy types, evidence-based techniques, and best practice models in my work. I practice cognitve behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior skills training, stress management, and play therapy. I work with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families.


Ella Lawrence - LPC Associate

Hi! My name is Ella. I’m a graduate intern finishing my degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. I’ve met with various clients in my internship thus far, including young children, families, and individuals, and I plan to specialize in trauma and related disorders post-graduation. I strongly believe that everyone deserves to have access to safe, empathetic therapy. I’d love the chance to meet you!


Iesha Yu - LPC Associate

Hi, my name is Iesha. How are you? If you have experienced trauma, loss, abuse, neglect in your life, in need of healing and recovery, I am here to accompany you on this journey if you wish. You are not alone in your pain and struggle. You have come this far. There is still hope. Your inner strength and your resilience WILL carry you even further, even if you don’t feel like it right now. I am a mental health clinician trained in EMDR and experienced in motivational interviewing, CBT, DBT, and psychodynamic therapy. I work with children, adolescents, and adults facing challenging aspects of their lives. My sessions are a no-judgment zone, created for you to feel safe and accepted.


Jerry Ramirez, LPC Associate

My name is Gerardo Ramirez, but you can call me Jerry. I was born in Mexico and migrated to the United States. Because of this, I have a deep connection to feelings of assimilation, connectedness and resilience. My hope is to aid clients in navigating their lives and assist them in mapping out their persona. I use person centered therapy and techniques of solution-focused brief therapy. I believe we can achieve the goals that you want to address and have a plan of action toward developing systems of support. I use a person centered approach with a focus on creating goals and solutions to assist you in reaching your full potential.

I am also a Ph.D. Graduate Student at St. Mary’s University, currently supervised by Cynde Williams. In my free time, you may find me drinking coffee (hot or iced) and/or playing a game on my iPad. I look forward to working together towards your success!


Kandice Correa, LPC Associate

Each day is an opportunity to initiate change in our lives. My work with my clients is to motivate and empower them so that they may develop life changing skills and begin their journey into healing, wellness, and healthy living. Life can be challenging, and at times, we can feel stuck. Through counseling, self-reflection, and intentional work, my clients have grown and have developed into the healthy individuals they have wanted to be. I believe that every person has the capacity to evolve, and in my practice, I have supported my clients through the “hard to go through” parts of life.

I graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University with my Master’s in Professional Counseling in 2022. I am currently supervised by Cynde Williams. I specialize in depression, anxiety, and trauma-related life concerns, and I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. My approach is eclectic, interpersonal, and psychodynamic. I tend to rely on therapeutic modalities which include trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, solution focused, and person centered techniques. I encourage you to begin your journey, and I welcome the opportunity to work with you. I look forward to connecting with you soon!


Karen Lanxon, LPC - Associate

Life experiences can sometimes cause a loss of hope and limiting beliefs. My passion is to help you trade those limiting beliefs for conquering confidence in order to identify, obtain and reclaim your purpose. I am blessed to have worked with children and families from different backgrounds and cultures for over 20 years as a children’s church minister, public school elementary teacher, middle school teacher, high school teacher, and special education teacher. I am currently a professional high school counselor and Licensed Professional Counselor Associate under the supervision of Dr. Lendy Jones.

I use Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy to help you create new habits and take steps toward reaching your goal. It is important to me to provide a safe and respectful environment while offering you professional care. I look forward to serving the Georgetown community and surrounding areas.

(512) 966-5405

Natalie Schley, M. ED, LPC

My passion is helping people process through some of the most difficult situations life can throw at them. I believe each person has the strength within them to work through these things. Sometimes it just takes finding the right tools and knowledge to access that strength. I utilize a cognitive behavioral approach and emphasize the importance of meeting each individual where they are. Each person’s needs are different and they are the expert on themselves.

My job is to offer the support and tools to help each individual meet the goals they want to achieve. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I have experience working with adults and teenagers. I am passionate about helping people achieve the best version of themselves based on who they want to be.


Stacey Ulry - LPC Associate

Hello! I’m Stacey Ulry, I see myself as a guide to walk alongside you on your journey toward well-being. With a Master's of Education in Counseling from Lamar University, and enriched by over two decades of experience in teaching adolescents and teens, I bring a unique perspective to my practice, appreciating the diverse paths and challenges we each face in life. In this complex journey of life, I understand the myriad challenges that come our way. Whether you're dealing with stress, anxiety, depression, or often find yourself feeling out of place in social contexts, you are not alone, and your feelings are valid. My practice is a welcoming space for all, celebrating the diversity of human experience. I specialize in empathetic support for the neurodiverse/neurospicy community, LGBTQIA+ spectrum, Highly Sensitive Persons (HSPs), and those who find joy and solace with furbabies at gatherings. Parents of pre-teens or teens, and families navigating the complexities of these transformative years, will find a supportive guide in me, helping to foster understanding and growth within your family dynamic.

Blending Emotions, Energy, and Strength-based methods with traditional psychotherapy, I offer a holistic, customized approach to suit your unique needs. As a fellow neurospicy individual and Highly Sensitive Person, I provide a deeply empathetic, open-minded, and unique perspective, aimed at helping you uncover your strengths and navigate your path to personal growth and healing. Additionally, as a D&D enthusiast and gaming fan, I appreciate the power of narrative and role-play in therapy, bringing creative strategies into our sessions when beneficial. I welcome individuals (age 11+), relationships/couples, and families from all backgrounds, working together to address a range of issues and to find peace. Counseling is more than my profession—it's a heartfelt opportunity to connect with and assist you in your journey of healing and self-discovery.

(512) 869-3383

Jenna L. Eyerly, LMFT

Are you struggling with anxiety or feeling down and lack energy? These are symptoms of limiting beliefs that are causing you to suffer. The hard times you have are really challenges to grow--in disguise. We can grow the most during these times—it is how we handle a challenge that makes the experience a “grind” or a “growing” experience. Often it’s often hard to banish fears and doubts by yourself.

Counseling is really all about figuring out "what you want” and then supporting you on your path. This is where I come in. My sessions are a balance between encouraging you and challenging you to release your limitations. The focus is on your potential and emphasizes the importance of growth and self-actualization. When you do this, you are capable of facing any of your challenges. If this makes sense to you, give me a call to see if we are a good fit.

(254) 624-5155

Joan Russell, M.Ed., LPC

Joan is a Licensed Professional Counselor, an Educational Diagnostician, and a Certified School Counselor. She provides counseling services to individuals, couples, and families. Joan is EMDR trained. She adopts a solution focused approach to therapy in addition to basic cognitive and behavioral techniques designed to help clients achieve emotional regulation and stress reduction. She also has extensive training and experience in play therapy, filial therapy, sand tray therapy, as well as providing therapeutic parent education to parents and other caregivers.

Joan accepts most major insurance companies and EAP’s. She is accepting new clients. Joan accepts most major insurance, EAP’s, private pay and a sliding fee scale is available. Evening and Saturday appointments are available.

(512) 569-6152

Lisa Willek, M.Ed., LPC

My passion is helping people heal. Healing comes in many forms, including emotional, spiritual, relational, and physical. Healing in one area affects the other areas as well. I use a heart centered, spiritual approach to helping others. Heart centered counseling is an effective and compassionate way of being with you. It helps you be able to speak from the heart, truly be yourself and discover the beauty, strength, and wholeness that you already hold inside of you. Together we can build a strong, safe, nurturing relationship that promotes healing and well-being.

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and have worked with adults, children and families the majority of my life, in all different capacities. I have training in adult, group, family, adolescent, child and play therapy. I work with all ages, 2 to 102! Working with children is one of my passions. My philosophy in working with children is that I help the child feel that he/she is a unique individual worthy of love, respect, and nurturing. Because of this, they are able to express feelings and work through their difficulties during play, which results in healing. I love working with parents, teaching them the techniques of positive parenting that can lead to healthy, harmonious relationships with their children. I also enjoy working with adults dealing with depression, anxiety, or grief.