Hello! I am Niki Montecillo, an independent practitioner with Intuitus Group.
I specialize in counseling services for adult women of all ages, as well as parenting consultations for parents with children of all ages.
I have counseling experience in a variety of settings, including a grief counseling center, a children’s advocacy center, and at non-profit organizations. My experience with clients includes, but is not limited to:
Please feel free to call or email me with any questions and to see whether I am the right fit for you or your loved ones.
MA - Texas State University
Licensed Professional Counselor #75531
I offer private counseling to clients on a weekly or biweekly basis. Please contact me directly, preferably via email, to see if we are a good fit to work together and what my availability for scheduling is.
Payment is due for each session at the time services are rendered. My fees are $135 for 60 minutes, $125 for 45 minutes, $70 for 30 minutes, and $180 for 90 minutes.
Please note that I am only offering teletherapy sessions at this time.
Email: niki @ intuitus-group.com
Phone: (512) 923-9900
When we meet, my initial goal is to get to know you and your story and to build a strong, trusting relationship. In our work together, the goal of counseling is to resolve problems by allowing you to confront difficult thoughts and emotions within the context of a therapeutic relationship and find healthier and lasting solutions through a deeper knowledge of self.
Each person deserves to be truly heard, understood, and accepted in order to help unravel the confusion or tensions that we find within ourselves. I believe that apart from innate personality, each person has been formed by the nature of his or her early relationships with others as well as the experiences and structures provided by his or her family. Additionally, individual traumatic and difficult experiences can affect the way in which we see and act in the world. Oftentimes the problems we are struggling with now are simply arrows that point to experiences that have wounded us in the past.
Sometimes a difficult situation can seem like a litany of problems and symptoms, and it can be frustrating to find that usual solutions don’t seem to be “fixing” the problem. Remember: you are not the problem!