Self-sabotage is a common behavioral reaction to unproductive thoughts and beliefs about ourselves. It is rooted in how we learned to respond to the world and the messages we received about who we are versus who we need to be. By sharing your lived experience with other group members you can decrease isolation and release negative thought patterns that keep you stuck in a cycle of shame and self-doubt. If blaming yourself for your behaviors is not getting you the healthy results you are seeking, then come consider a new way to solve old problems.

This group does require that you complete a free initial consultation. You can join or end your participation in the group at any time. Although, we do hope you will stay long enough to see shifts in your well-being and connect with people who share your struggle.

This group is currently scheduled bi-weekly and in-person. We will open more opportunities based on group development. Groups normally include 5-10 people.

Group Therapist

Kristen McAdams LPC, WNPP works with individuals 18+ who are seeking to understand themselves better, change their behaviors, and live a more peaceful and fulfilling lifestyle. The main focus of her practice is founded in behavioral health practices and cultivating self-awareness by increasing mind/body awareness strategies. She enjoys specializing in women's health/education, ending self-sabotage, and overcoming Narcissism and parental Narcissistic Abuse. She takes a holistic, harm reduction approach to well-being, addiction resolution, and trauma informed financial health counseling.

Kristen addresses mental health challenges by assisting clients in re-negotiating their relationships to their nervous systems. She believes that understanding your nervous system responses are at the center of many mental health symptoms including addiction, mood disorders, anger, anxiety, and personality disorders. She focuses on having a relationship to your nervous system as the key to facilitating change in your life. Her integrative health approach addresses and identifies client needs by considering a variety of lifestyle factors using a four stage processing plan. This plan helps you to alleviate anxious, depressive, and trauma informed symptoms, as well as come to terms with anger, self-doubt, separation, loss, and change.

Kristen is certified in Women's Neuropsychophysiology (WNPP) and is Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT) practitioner.

WNPP is for women who want to biohack their hormonal biorhythms and for men who want to understand how to best support their partners in relationships.

RRT is good for people who are interested in strengths-based healing and focusing on Post Traumatic Growth as a method for overcoming trauma.

Kristen draws from other traditional modalities such as: CBT, Psychodynamic, Solution Focused, Existential, Positive Psychology and Feminist theories.

Kristen McAdams

Kristen McAdams is a therapist in West Lake Hills, Texas specializing in anxiety, stress management, women's issues, self-care, entrepreneur mental health, and Integrative Health.

Wednesdays at 7:00pm

3355 Bee Caves Road, West Lake Hills, Texas 78746