They say it takes a village to raise a child. That may be the case, but it takes a lot of solid, stable marriages to create a village.

- Diane Sollee,


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Judith L. Sloan-Price, LCSW

Time-Sensitive, Strengths-Focused Psychotherapy
6904 Fireoak Drive
Austin, Texas 78759

Phone: (512) 922-2256
Fax: (512) 336-9351
EIN:260106385, NPID:1033226964


27 years experience serving families by working in social service programs or private psychotherapy
practice. Provided individual, conjoint, family therapy, and in-home intervention services. Experienced with wide range of issues including relationship issues, trauma, anxiety, depression, parenting, ADHD, disabilities, and family violence. Level I & II EMDR training. Conducted workshops on Stress Management, Anxiety, Depression, Parenting, Effective Communication for Couples.

Relevant Professional Experience

Private Psychotherapy Practice: 1996-present. Austin, Texas. Individual, conjoint, and family therapy for children through adults (no longer work with children).

Integrated Mental Health/Austin Regional Clinic: 7/97-11/99. Austin, Texas. Individual, conjoint and family therapy for children through adults.

Shoalcreek Hospital: 9/96-3/97. Austin, Texas. Group leader for Intensive Outpatient Adolescent Dual Diagnosis (CD-MH) group and Intensive Outpatient Adult Cognitive Therapy Group.

Austin-Travis County Mental Health Mental Retardation: 9/92-7/97. Austin, Texas. Individual, conjoint and family therapy for persons with disabilities and their families. Started In-Home Behavior Intervention services using parent-coach model. Developed provider network.

Self-employed Insurance Business: 1983- 1987-Austin, Texas. Still licensed, not selling.

Office of the Governor, 8/84-1/87: Austin, Texas. Assistant Director Runaway Hotline. Phone counseling for statewide runaways and crime victims. Speechwriter for First Lady of Texas Linda Gale White. Wrote speeches for First Lady to encourage volunteerism and prevention of family violence. Developed community coalitions to prevent child abuse.

Vaughn House: 1/83-8/84. Austin, Texas. Residential Director. Administered $150,000 residential program for people with retardation and learning disabilities.

Travis County Human Services: 5/81-9/82. Program Director of networking program targeted at repeat public assistance recipients. As a result of highly organized, dynamic program development, the program received national recognition.

Austin Travis County Mental Health Mental Retardation: 1/81-5/81. Austin, Texas. Clinical Intern. Individual, group and family therapy with children through adults.

Department of Human Services, 9/79-5/80. Austin, Texas. Internship. Casemanagement and counseling services to multi-ethnic, low-income clients, including children at-risk for abuse.

Austin State School, 2/77-7/99. Austin, Texas. Program Coordinator. Developed, staffed and administered residential behavior programs for women with mental retardation.

St. Jude’s Psychiatric Hospital for Emotionally Disturbed Ch”.dren and Adolescents: 1975-1976. Austin, Texas. Mental health worker.

Education and Certifications

Advanced Clinical Practitioner (ACP) January, 1996

Master’s of Science in Social Work (MSSW), Clinical tract, 1981 University of Texas at Austin

Bachelor of Arts, American Studies, 1974, University of Texas at Austin

Criminal Law Certification, Paralegal Institute, 1974, Philadelphia, Pa.

Academic Honors

Phi Beta Kappa, 1974

Judith Sloan-Price, LCSW

Judith Sloan-Price, Austin LCSW
For appointments, email for fastest response times:
Phone: (512) 922-2256
Fax: (512) 336-9351
Office Address:
6904 Fireoak Drive
Austin, Texas 78759