Not all therapy is the same.
Like the game of "whac-a-mole" - feelings that remain unresolved will inevitably "pop up" again, in places where - and with people who - they don't necessarily belong.
Austin Wilmot, MSW, LCSW is a psychoanalytically-trained, child and adult psychotherapist in private practice.
Simply, psychodynamic psychotherapy is a form of therapy - a talk therapy - that offers the opportunity to freely and confidentially engage in a process of self-exploration. Together, we have the opportunity to explore, uncover, understand and work through "bottled up" or "pushed down" feelings that may be playing a central role in what brought you to therapy.
Austin Wilmot, MSW, LCSW is author of Understanding the inner, emotional world of the child with congenital heart disease: perspectives for parents and healthcare professionals, pending release Q2 2023. He also has experience as a social worker for a major hospital system in St. Louis.
Advanced Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (APP) Program & Schiele Clinic Graduate
St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute
M.S.W. (Mental Health) | B.A. (Biology, Psychology, Public Health; Research Distinction)
Washington University in St. Louis
Fee: sliding scale fee available on a limited basis.
Call - 314-250-9500