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1,798 people sought domestic violence therapy help in Texas in the last year

Discover how starting domestic violence therapy can support your own journey toward a happier, more fulfilling life.

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Starting Domestic violence therapy

What is Domestic violence therapy?

Domestic violence therapy is a specialized form of counseling that helps victims and their families heal from abusive relationships. It is a crucial component of the broader efforts to address and combat domestic violence, a pattern of abusive behaviors within intimate relationships that can encompass physical, emotional, psychological, sexual, or economic abuse.

How does Domestic violence therapy work?

In domestic violence therapy, therapists create a safe and supportive environment. Domestic violence therapy is often part of a broader support network that includes legal assistance, shelters, and community resources. Its aim is to break the cycle of abuse, promote safety, and foster healthier relationships.

Is Domestic violence therapy conducted in person or online?

Domestic violence therapy at Thriveworks is conducted both in person and via Online therapy. We encourage you to choose the option that works best for you.

How long does Domestic violence therapy last?

Domestic violence therapy can last for a few weeks, months, or longer, dependent on the individual's exact needs and preferences.

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Victims of Domestic Violence in Georgetown, TX-Counseling, Therapy, and Support

If your partner has harmed you or threatened to harm you, know that help is available at Thriveworks Georgetown. Our counselors know what it takes to help their clients find safety.

Short-Term and Long-Term Danger

Living in a home where violence occurs means that there is also the constant threat of violence. When the brain senses a threat, it releases stress hormones that allow people to respond appropriately with either fight or flight.

People who live in a violent environment, therefore, have the short-term danger of injuries and harm from the violence, but they also face the long-term detriment to their health from the stress.

A Recurrent, Escalating Cycle

Domestic violence follows a cycle, in nearly every case. This cycle can take moments to complete and begin again, but it can also take years. The cycle almost always escalates, with each iteration more caustic than the previous. The cycle is also recurrent: the violent partner may promise that “it will never happen again,” but it will repeat and repeat and repeat without significant intervention.

The Honeymoon Phase: Even the worst cases of domestic violence have times of peace. These seemingly good times often confuse victims into believing that things will change… It will be different next time or … they are very sorry for their actions. Unfortunately, these times are usually just the quiet before the storm.

The Tension Building Phase: At some point, the violent partner will demand more and more from the victim. Many victims describe the tension-building phase as walking on eggshells: they do everything in their power to prevent the impending violence. The violent partner leads them to believe that somehow the violence is their fault, and therefore, their actions can prevent it. However, violence is never the victim’s fault. Violence is always a choice.

The Abusive Phase: At some point, the violent partner will choose to act violently. This may be in the form of emotional, physical, or sexual violence. Many times, it is a combination of the three. The responsibility for the violence lies solely on the partner who chose to act violently. No one ever deserves violence.

Ending the Cycle and Recovering from Domestic Violence

Have you experienced the cycle of domestic violence? Know that the counselors at Thriveworks Georgetown understand the combat zone you have lived in. We know the risks of leaving and the path to recovery from the trauma. Our counselors have helped many people find the safety they deserve.

We want to make scheduling therapy as easy as possible so we work with many insurance providers. Our counselors offer convenient appointment times, and first-time clients often see their counselor within a week of their first call.

When you call our office, a person will answer and help you make your appointment. Know that the violence is not your fault. Help is available. Call or schedule online with Thriveworks Georgetown TX today.

Pricing & insurance

Our therapists accept most major insurances. We accept 585+ insurance plans, and offer self-pay options, too.
Learn more about pricing for therapy and counseling services at Thriveworks.

Our Texas therapists and counselors accept 41 insurance plans

  • Aetna

  • Ambetter by Superior Health Plan

  • APEX Memorial Hermann

  • ARIA | Covenant Management Systems

  • Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal Employee Program (FEP)

  • Auto Club Enterprises (Employers Health Network)

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield | Anthem (Blue Card)

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas HMO

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas PPO

  • Buist Byars and Taylor (Employers Health Network)

  • Carelon

  • Cigna | Evernorth

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Self-pay costs at Georgetown
Talk therapy

Talk therapy

Includes individual, couples, child/ teen, & family therapy

First session

$1

Ongoing sessions

$1

Talk therapy

Psychiatry

Includes reducing symptoms with medication & management

First session

$1

Ongoing sessions

$1

Hear from our clients

5.0 Thriveworks Georgetown reviews are collected through Thriveworks.com.
★★★★★
I thought our marriage was over. I only gave him one option (counseling) or I was leaving. I wanted him to do it because he realized he had to make some changes in his thinking and his life...for his own happiness. The first counselor he tolerated for 1 session. I told him to do his own homework and he found Ashley on his own. The fact that my husband has been in her counseling for close to 2 years is truly amazing. This was one man who I totally expected to do 3-4 sessions and then decide it wasn't for him and then I would just consider divorce because our life was intolerable for me. He has learned things about himself that now make him very thoughtful about things and about what matters in his life and in our life. I am so appreciative for Ashley.
Read more I thought our marriage was over. I only gave him one option (counseling) or I was leaving. I wanted him to do it because he realized he had to make some changes in his thinking and his life...for his own happiness. The first counselor he tolerated for 1 session. I told him to do his own homework and he found Ashley on his own. The fact that my husband has been in her counseling for close to 2 years is truly amazing. This was one man who I totally expected to do 3-4 sessions and then decide it wasn't for him and then I would just consider divorce because our life was intolerable for me. He has learned things about himself that now make him very thoughtful about things and about what matters in his life and in our life. I am so appreciative for Ashley.
Georgetown Sep 2021
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★★★★★
Absolutely love everything about Lindsey. She is amazing with my son (age 6). It has helped him so so so much and helped me parent the way he needs. I am so glad we were able to start seeing her and continue seeing her. He loves going to therapy and since we started his behavior has become so much better. Being a single mom of two, I'm glad he get specific attention from someone who cares. Thank you! I would give 10 stars if I could.
Read more Absolutely love everything about Lindsey. She is amazing with my son (age 6). It has helped him so so so much and helped me parent the way he needs. I am so glad we were able to start seeing her and continue seeing her. He loves going to therapy and since we started his behavior has become so much better. Being a single mom of two, I'm glad he get specific attention from someone who cares. Thank you! I would give 10 stars if I could.
Georgetown Jan 2020
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★★★★★
When my husband and I went to see Linda we were falling apart. She provided the tools we needed to pick up the pieces and heal our marriage. She is very knowledgeable, kind, compassionate, and tough when she needs to be. She is a blessing from God to us and I would highly recommend her.
Read more When my husband and I went to see Linda we were falling apart. She provided the tools we needed to pick up the pieces and heal our marriage. She is very knowledgeable, kind, compassionate, and tough when she needs to be. She is a blessing from God to us and I would highly recommend her.
Georgetown Jan 2020
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★★★★★
Lindsey was so helpful in helping our child navigate what he was going through.
Georgetown Dec 2019
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★★★★★
I can not say enough about The team at Thriveworks Georgetown. Dr.Vadrine and Mandy have been absolutely amazing.I can not Thank them enough for there help.With their help we have been able to set a plan for my sons education something that has been a struggle for so long.I regret we did not this first. I for the first time have hope and courage. Knowing that I have a compassionate dedicated professional,whos desire to see my child be his best self in my corner gives me strength.Looking forward to the future.
Read more I can not say enough about The team at Thriveworks Georgetown. Dr.Vadrine and Mandy have been absolutely amazing.I can not Thank them enough for there help.With their help we have been able to set a plan for my sons education something that has been a struggle for so long.I regret we did not this first. I for the first time have hope and courage. Knowing that I have a compassionate dedicated professional,whos desire to see my child be his best self in my corner gives me strength.Looking forward to the future.
Georgetown Nov 2019
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★★★★★
I have always thought counseling wasn't for me; however, after being paired with Linda Mekesic, I was proven wrong. I was able to open up and learn from the grief that I didn't realize I was holding on to. It was a blessing and Linda and Thriveworks is a hidden blessing that I am glad I stumbled across.
Read more I have always thought counseling wasn't for me; however, after being paired with Linda Mekesic, I was proven wrong. I was able to open up and learn from the grief that I didn't realize I was holding on to. It was a blessing and Linda and Thriveworks is a hidden blessing that I am glad I stumbled across.
Georgetown Jul 2019
Review left on Thriveworks.com
★★★★★
I was never open to counseling but moving to Texas and having special people enter into my life, well I became open to it but knew I needed a special person and that is when Linda Mikesic came into my life. I thought I was there for letting my son move on and found out that I held onto a lot of grief of losing my husband and Linda had a special way of making me feel safe and that it was ok to feel again. I am so thankful and grateful that she helped me and I continue to use the tools that she taught me.
Read more I was never open to counseling but moving to Texas and having special people enter into my life, well I became open to it but knew I needed a special person and that is when Linda Mikesic came into my life. I thought I was there for letting my son move on and found out that I held onto a lot of grief of losing my husband and Linda had a special way of making me feel safe and that it was ok to feel again. I am so thankful and grateful that she helped me and I continue to use the tools that she taught me.
Georgetown Jun 2019
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★★★★★
Linda Mikesic is a fantastic therapist and person. She has a compassion and love for others that can’t be taught. Being a mental health care provider, I am always looking for therapists to refer patients to. Therapists I can count on to treat my patients with love and respect. I've known Linda and collaborated with her for 3 years and fits that definition every time. I know when I refer my patients to Linda, that they will get individualized compassionate person-centered care.
Read more Linda Mikesic is a fantastic therapist and person. She has a compassion and love for others that can’t be taught. Being a mental health care provider, I am always looking for therapists to refer patients to. Therapists I can count on to treat my patients with love and respect. I've known Linda and collaborated with her for 3 years and fits that definition every time. I know when I refer my patients to Linda, that they will get individualized compassionate person-centered care.
Georgetown Feb 2019
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Where to find us

Getting here

Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Georgetown is located in the same building as Patriot Driving Academy, Centex Shirt & Embroidery, San Gabriel Animal Hospital, Just a Tease hair salon, Payroll Plus, and Two to Tangie hair salon. We are located at the intersection of N Austin Ave and Parkview Drive.

Phone number

(512) 488-1991

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