• About

    Abigail Eck, MA, LPA

    I am so glad you've made it to this point. I know it can feel scary to open up and talk to a new therapist for the first time. Yet, despite that scary feeling, you’re here! I’m confident you will quickly realize therapy can actually feel freeing, eye-opening, relieving, and life-changing. If you feel like your happiness is under lock and key and you don’t have the key, there is hope. If you find yourself feeling anxious, thinking you’re worthless, or weighed down by whatever hurtful label you have been given, there is genuine hope for healing.

    I'm a Licensed Psychological Associate with experience in individual and group therapy as well as psychological assessment. I have a master's degree in Clinical Psychology from Sam Houston State University and a bachelor's degree in both Mathematics and Psychology from Stephen F. Austin State University. I work with adults and teenagers struggling with Mood Disorders, Dissociative Disorders, Perfectionism, Trauma, and Personality Disorders in addition to many other mental health concerns.

    My therapy style is far from a "one size fits all approach". I realize that no two people are the same, and I tailor my therapy to meet your specific needs as an individual. I'm well-trained in many forms of therapy and base my treatment approach on your specific issues, personality, and history. My clients consistently say that I am warm, empathetic, genuine, and open-minded. I'll listen more than I'll talk. I'll give you tools to manage and overcome the discomfort, fear, or pain you're facing. I'll focus on you and help you find your voice. I would love to help you unload the burdens you bear and work together to restore a happy and healthy life.

    You might be hesitant to seek out help and support, but when you do, you'll be taking a courageous first step towards feeling like the real you. I love helping people by bringing recognition to what's holding them back through an in-depth approach. After recognizing underlying problems, clients can fully realize their strengths, adjust some thoughts, and continue to grow by living in a different, more adaptive way.

    Your space to overcome

    You can find me on:
    Mental Health Match