Leah Cummins is a nurturing and attentive therapist. She is trained in modern psychology models that reflect the latest thinking in the field. She holds a Masters of Counseling from St. Edward’s University and a B.B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin. She specializes in helping people unlock life’s fullness through finding their authentic selves, helping women navigate the complex experience of modern motherhood, helping men and women connect more deeply in relationships, and group therapy. She also works with anxiety, depression and medical trauma. As a group therapist, she is a skilled facilitator and insightful guide, bringing a deep sense of compassion and validation to your personal growth process.
Are you are an adult who seeks happiness, a sense of purpose, or more energy? Needing more out of your relationships? Perhaps your life checks most or all of the boxes, yet you experience it as if it’s still missing something. Perhaps you take care of others a lot but aren’t quite sure how to prioritize your own needs or receive care from others. Leah is an expert in facilitating your exploration of self to enrich your experience of life in both individual and group therapy settings.
Are you a mother or a woman who has recently become pregnant or had a child? Perhaps you’re feeling overwhelmed by managing the intensity of emotions or responsibility you experience in this role. Perhaps you’re feeling like you’ve lost your identity along the way or are unsure of how to balance life and your responsibilities in this stage of life. Leah specializes in caring for women in the throes of motherhood, with both individual and group therapy services specific to these needs.
Are you a man or woman who wants more from your partnership, family, professional, or peer relationships? Perhaps you yearn for deeper bonds or a sense of community. Perhaps you experience loneliness or disconnection during conversation, or that it feels like your friends or family don’t know the real you. Leah is skilled at helping you connect more deeply in your relationships and offers couples, individual, and group therapy for that purpose.
Leah’s deep heart offers her clients the safety they need to grow their love for themselves and their trust in themselves. Her clients stick with her through the deep work they pursue together because it feels safe and warm to be her client. Her clients often say they feel seen, known, and held.
Leah sees individual clients, couples, and leads weekly therapy groups. Her groups focus on building relationship and communication skills that deepen your emotional intelligence, empathy, authenticity, and transparency. She practices out of our beautiful and peaceful second location off Bee Caves Rd in Westlake, 500 Grace Ln, 78746. Groups meet at our downtown 508 Deep Eddy location.
Leah places a high value on continual learning and training. She is currently studying Dr. Peter Levine’s Somatic Experiencing approach to therapy, and the application of interpersonal neurobiology in individual and couples work as guided by John Howard, MA, LPC, LMFT and Juliane Taylor Shore, LPC, LMFT, SEP. She also trains in experiential mindfulness with Dr. Tori Olds, Ph.D.
- Austin IN (Interpersonal Neurobiology) Connection
- Austin Group Psychotherapy Society (AGPS)
- Texas Counseling Association (TCA)
Leah Mason Cummins, MA, LPC Intern
Austin Professional Counseling, PLLC
500 Grace Ln
Austin, TX 78746
Supervised by Sunny Lansdale, PhD, LPC
5524 Bee Cave Rd, Ste A-2
Austin, TX 78746