Our Alumni

We value our team and the associates who have made their home with us as part of their professional journey. We have had the honor of working with some talented therapists and are proud to showcase their private practices here. 


Danielle Locklear, LMFT Associate

Danielle Locklear is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate supervised by Tracy Tanner, LPC-S, LMFT-S. She graduated with honors from St. Edward's University with a dual masters degree in Individual and Marriage & Family Counseling. Danielle comes from a social work background focused on youth and family development, and her experience includes facilitating in-school and after-school groups, leading youth workshops, and providing individual, family and couples counseling to the Austin community with LifeWorks. 

Danielle offers a culturally responsive, collaborative and client-centered approach to counseling. She strives to foster an authentic client-therapist relationship and create a safe space for client's to tell their story free of judgement. She believes that while difficult, the counseling experience can be empowering as client's begin to discover their authentic self. Danielle respects the courage it takes to initiate counseling support and thus, feels honored to join in an individual's or family's story, helping to identify areas that they are thriving, and teach tools that can help client's achieve their goals. Danielle has a particular interest in issues of cultural identity, the experience of the "otherness" and often incorporates mindfulness, coping skills, and self-empathy in her counseling work. When working with families or couples she approaches problems as residing within the system and not a single person, and fosters an environment where each member feels heard and acknowledged.

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Ariane Corcoran, LMFT Associate

Ariane Corcoran is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate and Licensed Professional Counselor Intern supervised by Tracy Tanner, LPC-S, LMFT-S. Ariane help clients recognize and celebrate their strengths, approach their goals with self-compassion and flexibility, and create healthier, more fulfilling relationships with themselves and others. Her counseling style is client-centeredsystemic and neuroscience-informed. There also seems to be a lot of laughter involved.

Ariane has training in Narrative Therapy, Brief Solution-Focused Therapy, Sandtray Therapy, Play Therapy, and Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI).


Natalia amari, lmsw

Natalia AmariLMSW, supervised by Mary B. Mattis, LCSW, LCDC, is fiercely driven to help others face and rise up from the hard knocks of life. Over the past six years, she has helped survivors overcome trauma, both as an advocate and as a psychotherapist. She also spent eight years working in student services on college campuses. Helping college students launch into adulthood is something she is especially passionate about. In these roles, Natalia honed her craft for helping others navigate trauma, loss, transitions and family struggles.

Through warmth, patience, authenticity and understanding Natalia facilitates a safe therapeutic space. Natalia has cultivated a style that includes trauma-informed, relational, creative and intersectional feminist approaches. This allows clients to identify their own unique strengths, resources, and paths to healing. In this process, clients find their sense of self, reclaim their voices and build self-confidence. This, then, becomes the foundation for clients to create the lives they wish to lead.