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About Us


We are a counseling and nutrition practice based in Austin, Texas. We provide therapy and nutrition counseling in-person in Austin and virtually across Texas. We are an inclusive group of therapists and dietitians committed to providing the best care for individuals who desire to find body acceptance, be free from disordered eating, improve their mood, and create a life they love.

We are here to help you make peace with


your food, your body, and everything else.

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Hannah Vogt, LCSW


Hannah Vogt, LCSW

  • Disordered eating and eating disorders

    • Bulimia​

    • Binge Eating Disorder

    • Anorexia

    • ARFID

    • Orthorexia

  • Depression and feeling low

  • Anxiety and life stress

  • Relationship issues and communication

  • Trauma and PTSD

  • Spirituality and existential issues

  • Self-harm and suicidal thoughts

  • HAES-aligned

  • Intuitive Eating approach

  • Anti-diet

  • Body positive and fat liberation

  • Inclusive of all identities

  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)


I provide therapy to individuals,

couples, and families

Call or Text Hannah at (512) 777-0625 to schedule a consultation call or initial appointment

Hi and welcome! I'm so glad you've found my page. My name is Hannah, and I'm one of the associate therapists here at Austin Counseling and Nutrition. I specialize in working with individuals, couples, and families, ages 15 to 60. Listed above are the specific areas of work I engage in.


I deeply value the therapeutic relationship and meeting you where you are. I take a hopeful, strengths-based approach, believing that growth and healing are always possible. I work to encourage, challenge, motivate, and provide a safe space for every client. I believe therapy can have moments of fun and doesn't have to feel stuffy. I also believe we all want to feel known, seen, and valued for who we are and what we bring to the world, and I desire to help my clients experience that in the therapy process.


I work with clients using a variety of modalities, including EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Parts work, and Mindfulness. My therapeutic lens is culturally humble, relational, solution-focused, and aware of the impact of systems on the individual. I hope to provide a space for individuals to explore new things and new ways of interacting with their world, relationships, and themselves.

If you feel that I may be a good fit to support you or your child, please reach out to me at 512-777-0625 and I would be happy to set up a free 15-minute consultation call to see if we would be a good fit. I provide in-person therapy for clients living around the Austin, Texas area, and online therapy for clients across the state of Texas.

Can you identify with any of these thoughts?

  1. Ugh! I don't even know what to eat anymore!

  2. I'm so exhausted from trying to calculate steps, cals, macros, etc. (but I cannot stop because something bad will happen).

  3. I feel like I think about food or my body the majority of the time I am awake.

  4. I don't know if I will ever ARRIVE in my life -- will I ever have the perfect body, career, spouse, kids? Is that when I start really living?

Hannah's rate: $150 for 50 minutes

Please do not let cost prohibit you from reaching out. I provide support for folks who cannot afford my rate by offering sliding scale or resources for cheaper therapy options.

I am trained as a DBT therapist and EMDR therapist. For more information on these therapy models and how they may be able to help you, please see the information under our "Specialties" page.
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We get it and we can help. Most of us have been there. We know what it takes to get off the hamster wheel of diet culture and the "thin ideal" mythology to liberate yourself from this madness.

Next steps:

  1. Contact us to get matched with a therapist and/or dietitian to best meet your needs.

  2. Meet regularly to work on new and ongoing issues as they arise and resolve.

  3. Discover freedom from food and body focus and enjoy the confidence and peace you've always wanted.

Therapist’s Role in Eating Disorder Treatment:


  1. Responsible for the psychological aspects of treatment.

  2. Determines when individual, family or group therapy is appropriate for the eating disordered client.

  3. Needs to keep other team members (a team usually consists of physician, therapist, and dietitian) apprised of progress in therapy.

  4. Explains to team members the issues that a person has that might affect the client’s relationship with them.

  5. Helps patient make the connection between the underlying issues and eating disordered behavior.

  6. Educates, discusses and prepares the client for working collaboratively as part of a treatment team.  

  7. Helps client and family understand the purpose the eating disorder serves and explore client’s willingness to get better. 

Dietitian’s Role in Eating Disorder Treatment:


  1. Teaches eating disorder client ways to change food, exercise and weight related behaviors.

  2. Educates the client about normal and abnormal food intake patterns, hunger patterns, metabolic rate and somatic sensations or symptoms of each.

  3. Educates and helps client become aware of the physiological, biological and emotional body reactions to food, exercise, and substance misuse.

  4. Assists client in understanding connection between emotions and behaviors.

  5. Guides and teaches client how to develop a healthy relationship with food, create normal eating patterns and eventually maintain their weight within a healthful range.  

  6. Keeps other members of the team apprised of changes in eating, weight and food behaviors.

 Shared Roles of the Therapist and Dietitian:

  1. Continuously reinforce the purpose of team treatment and the roles of each member.  Model for clients your connectedness in regard to their issues.

  2. Continuously reveal to patient how food, weight and body image behaviors mirror their relationship behaviors and often act as a means of expression or protection.

  3. Work with clients to repair damaged self and body images.  Develop exercises to improve positive self-talk and recreate a positive self-image. 

  4. Help client develop a sense of trust, relationship and connectedness to other people and self, not their eating disorder behavior.

  5. Help client learn what their needs are and how to meet those needs in appropriate ways.

  6. Help client develop other tools for dealing and coping with issues and emotions in their lives.

  7. Support and encourage risk and change of eating disordered behaviors that will catalyze and foster developmental and emotional growth.

Adapted from:  Copyright: Sondra Kronberg, RD, Eating Disorder Associates, 82-14 262nd St, Floral Park, NY  11004 718.343.6681

Austin Counseling and Nutrition
We are an inclusive practice of therapists and dietitians with immediate availability in-person or virtually in Austin, Texas.
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