Kendra Foisie Rice
Mental Health Professional
Austin, Texas
3 years of experience
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About me

Creating a friendly, down-to-earth, and no-nonsense space for healing, I believe that authenticity is an essential component to the therapeutic relationship. I take a holistic approach to counseling and believe that true health and wellness requires balance of mind, body, and spirit. I am passionate about meeting clients where they are, incorporating existential and cognitive-behavioral techniques as well as expressive arts modalities into my practice. Life can be challenging. We all need a safe space to sort through the ups and downs. Let's sit down together, talk it out, have a laugh (if you're up for it), and get you moving in a direction that feels right.


MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (2019)

Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Professional Applications of the Expressive and Creative Arts (2018)

Memberships and affiliations

Postpartum Support International

Pregnancy and Postpartum Alliance of Texas

National Institute for Digital Health and Wellness

Anxiety Anxiety and Depression Assertiveness Attachment problems Child/family Therapy Children and Adolescents Counseling Codependency Issues Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Couple Counseling Dialectical Behavior Therapy Evidence-Based Therapy Existential Humanism Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy Family Counseling LGBTQ+ Life Transitions Marital Counseling Marriage & Family Therapist Mental Health Mindfulness Parenting Support Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Perinatal Mood Disorders Postpartum Depression Postpartum Life Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum Therapy Reproductive Mental Health Self-Esteem Stress Management Teenagers Teen Counseling Telehealth


Service introduction

The transition into parenthood is arguably the most challenging experience in a person’s life. Often, it is not the magical experience we expect and hope for. Support is crucial during this transformative time, and unfortunately, many professionals are not trained to provide appropriate perinatal care. If you are concerned about Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders, or you simply need some support, therapy is the place to start. You do not have to do it all alone.