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2525 Wallingwood Drive

Bldg 9, Ste 901

Austin, TX 78746


Years in Practice: 16
School:University of Texas at Austin
Year Graduated:1997

License #: 31340

License State: Texas

License Expiration: May 31. 2013


Tammy Brown, LCSW, CGP

Austin Clinical Supervision


I will work with supervisees on sliding scale depending on need and availability.

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LCSW Clinical Social Work Supervisor, Master Social Work-LMSW

Tammy Brown, LCSW, CGP

I received my Masters in Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin in 1997. I

began my career in mental health at Seton Shoal Creek Hospital where I worked with adults,

adolescents, children, and families giving me a solid background in mental illness and crisis

management. I transitioned to private practice in 2001 working with mood disorders and

personality disorders offering DBT skills groups, adolescent and adult process groups, and

individual therapy. Over the years my practice has shifted to a focus on mood disorders, anxiety,

and relationship issues.

A major focus of my practice has always been group therapy. I am a Certified Group

Psychotherapist and have lead psychotherapy groups throughout my career including process

groups for adolescents and adults, Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills groups, and mindfulness/

skills/creativity-based groups for women with bipolar disorder and depression.

My practice model is psychodynamic. I draw from modern analysis, attachment theory, systems,

and interpersonal neurobiology. I believe that they key to good psychotherapy is paying close

attention to our clients and our own experience with them in the moment.

My supervision model is similar to my practice model. I work with supervisees to expand their

ability to be with clients and themselves more fully and integrate knowledge and skills with use

of self. My style is supportive and non-judgmental but direct.

I participate in regular consultation and training for my psychotherapy and supervision practice,

and will as long as I am a clinician. I believe that ongoing professional consultation makes it

possible for me to maintain excellence in my work, and a love and energy for my work that I

could not sustain without peer and consultant support.

Treatment Approach


Family Systems Therapy


Marital Therapy

Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy


Treatment Modality




Sex Gender

Gay Issues

Lesbian Issues

Mental Health

Bipolar Disorder

Dissociative Disorders

Mood Disorders

Personality Disorders


Anxiety or Fears

Borderline Personality

Coping skills



Dual Diagnosis

Family Conflict

Loss or Grief


Peer Relationships

Relationship issues

Self Esteem

Sexual Abuse

Trauma and PTSD