Austin Dalgleish

Austin Dalgleish

Austin Dalgleish

Somatic Therapy

Somatic Therapy

Somatic Therapy

Let's work towards creating an environment that creates
the safety and connection that allows you to take risks.

Let's listen to what your body is saying
to help you tune in and grow.

Let's work towards creating an environment that creates
the safety and connection that allows you to take risks.

Let's listen to what your body is saying
to help you tune in and grow.

Let's work towards creating an environment that creates
the safety and connection that allows you to take risks.

Let's listen to what your body is saying
to help you tune in and grow.

Austin Dalgleish

Austin Dalgleish

Somatic Therapy

Somatic Therapy

Let's work towards creating an environment that creates
the safety and connection that allows you to take risks.

Let's listen to what your body is saying
to help you tune in and grow.

Let's work towards creating an environment that creates the safety and connection that allows you to take risks. Let's focus on your growth.
Let's listen to what your body says
to help you tune in and grow.

free 15-minute consultation
for you to see if we're a good fit

free 15-minute consultation
for you to see if we're a good fit

free 15-minute consultation
for you to see if we're a good fit

free 15-minute consultation
for you to see if we're a good fit

Austin Dalgleish Somatic Therapy

Austin Dalgleish Somatic Therapy

how we'll work

problems & solutions

about me

how we'll work

problems & solutions

about me

a bit about me
& how working together will feel



a bit about me
& how working together will feel



Are you feeling disconnected? Are you looking to improve your mood day to day? Do you have pain from your past that you'd like to work on? Working through these things in therapy can be incredibly transformative and rewarding, and they can also take a long time. It is important to find someone who meets you where you are at and that you feel connected to them. I am committed to providing a warm, accepting presence so that you can feel inspired to take risks and explore your inner world.


In therapy, we will focus on how your body is telling you what it needs, what it likes, and what it fears. Putting the body first helps us pay attention to how you show up in relationships and experience the world.

I work with clients who often are:

  • Learning about how their neurodivergence impacts their relationships.

  • Exploring being more in touch with their body, looking to unpack their relational trauma.

  • Wanting to work on attachment issues

  • Processing how their identities influence their lived experience.

  • Working on their sense of gender internally and externally.


When working with such core issues as these, I pay attention to how you naturally think, relate, and feel. There is no right way to do therapy besides the way that you feel most drawn to. I have experience with modalities that are particularly good at getting to the core of learning how you work best. AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy), SE (Somatic Experiencing), and IFS (Internal Family Systems) are the main three modalities I borrow from. If there's a way of doing therapy that has worked for you in the past–I want to know about it.

I grew up in the Midwest with a background in photography, graphic design, and the performing arts. These different passions in my life inform my creative and collaborative approach to how we work together. I keep up with my photography and am often spending my free time with a camera in hand.


Being interdisciplinary in my personal and artistic life is core to who I am. And that extends to clinical work as well. I strive to cultivate a multidisciplinary approach to thinking about your body, your heart, and your mind.

a bit about me
& how working
together will feel

Are you feeling disconnected? Are you looking to improve your mood day to day? Do you have pain from your past that you'd like to work on? Working through these things in therapy can be incredibly transformative and rewarding, and they can also take a long time. It is important to find someone who meets you where you are at and that you feel connected to them.

I am committed to providing a warm, accepting presence so that you can feel inspired to take risks and explore your inner world.


In therapy, we will focus on how your body is telling you what it needs, what it likes, and what it fears. Putting the body first helps us pay attention to how you show up in relationships and experience the world.

I work with clients who often are:

  • Learning about how their neurodivergence impacts their relationships.

  • Exploring being more in touch with their body, looking to unpack their relational trauma.

  • Wanting to work on attachment issues

  • Processing how their identities influence their lived experience.

  • Working on their sense of gender internally and externally.


When working with such issues as these, I pay attention to how you naturally think, relate, and feel. There is no right way to do therapy besides the way that you feel most drawn to. I have experience with modalities that are particularly good at getting to the core of learning how you work best. AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy), SE (Somatic Experiencing), and IFS (Internal Family Systems) are the main three modalities I borrow from. If there's a way of doing therapy that has worked for you in the past–I want to know about it.

I grew up in the Midwest with a background in photography, graphic design, and the performing arts. These different passions in my life inform my creative and collaborative approach to how we work together. I keep up with my photography and am often spending my free time with a camera in hand.


Being interdisciplinary in my personal and artistic life is core to who I am. And that extends to clinical work as well. I strive to cultivate a multidisciplinary approach to thinking about your body, your heart, and your mind.

a bit about me
& how working
together will feel

Are you feeling disconnected? Are you looking to improve your mood day to day? Do you have pain from your past that you'd like to work on? Working through these things in therapy can be incredibly transformative and rewarding, and they can also take a long time. It is important to find someone who meets you where you are at and that you feel connected to them.

I am committed to providing a warm, accepting presence so that you can feel inspired to take risks and explore your inner world.


In therapy, we will focus on how your body is telling you what it needs, what it likes, and what it fears. Putting the body first helps us pay attention to how you show up in relationships and experience the world.

I work with clients who often are:

  • Learning about how their neurodivergence impacts their relationships.

  • Exploring being more in touch with their body, looking to unpack their relational trauma.

  • Wanting to work on attachment issues

  • Processing how their identities influence their lived experience.

  • Working on their sense of gender internally and externally.


When working with such issues as these, I pay attention to how you naturally think, relate, and feel. There is no right way to do therapy besides the way that you feel most drawn to. I have experience with modalities that are particularly good at getting to the core of learning how you work best. AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy), SE (Somatic Experiencing), and IFS (Internal Family Systems) are the main three modalities I borrow from. If there's a way of doing therapy that has worked for you in the past–I want to know about it.

I grew up in the Midwest with a background in photography, graphic design, and the performing arts. These different passions in my life inform my creative and collaborative approach to how we work together. I keep up with my photography and am often spending my free time with a camera in hand.


Being interdisciplinary in my personal and artistic life is core to who I am. And that extends to clinical work as well. I strive to cultivate a multidisciplinary approach to thinking about your body, your heart, and your mind.

a bit about me
& how working
together will feel


Are you feeling disconnected? Are you looking to improve your mood day to day? Do you have pain from your past that you'd like to work on? Working through these things in therapy can be incredibly transformative and rewarding, and they can also take a long time. It is important to find someone who meets you where you are at and that you feel connected to them.

I am committed to providing a warm, accepting presence so that you can feel inspired to take risks and explore your inner world.


In therapy, we will focus on how your body is telling you what it needs, what it likes, and what it fears. Putting the body first helps us pay attention to how you show up in relationships and experience the world.


I work with clients who often are:

  • Learning about how their neurodivergence impacts their relationships.

  • Exploring being more in touch with their body, looking to unpack their relational trauma.

  • Wanting to work on attachment issues

  • Processing how their identities influence their lived experience.

  • Working on their sense of gender internally and externally.


When working with such core issues as these, I pay attention to how you naturally think, relate, and feel. There is no right way to do therapy besides the way that you feel most drawn to. I have experience with modalities that are particularly good at getting to the core of learning how you work best. AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy), SE (Somatic Experiencing), and IFS (Internal Family Systems) are the main three modalities I borrow from. If there's a way of doing therapy that has worked for you in the past–I want to know about it.

I grew up in the Midwest with a background in photography, graphic design, and the performing arts. These different passions in my life inform my creative and collaborative approach to how we work together. I keep up with my photography and am often spending my free time with a camera in hand.


Being interdisciplinary in my personal and artistic life is core to who I am. And that extends to clinical work as well. I strive to cultivate a multidisciplinary approach to thinking about your body, your heart, and your mind.

a bit about me
& how working
together will feel


Are you feeling disconnected? Are you looking to improve your mood day to day? Do you have pain from your past that you'd like to work on? Working through these things in therapy can be incredibly transformative and rewarding, and they can also take a long time. It is important to find someone who meets you where you are at and that you feel connected to them.

I am committed to providing a warm, accepting presence so that you can feel inspired to take risks and explore your inner world.


In therapy, we will focus on how your body is telling you what it needs, what it likes, and what it fears. Putting the body first helps us pay attention to how you show up in relationships and experience the world.


I work with clients who often are:

  • Learning about how their neurodivergence impacts their relationships.

  • Exploring being more in touch with their body, looking to unpack their relational trauma.

  • Wanting to work on attachment issues

  • Processing how their identities influence their lived experience.

  • Working on their sense of gender internally and externally.


When working with such core issues as these, I pay attention to how you naturally think, relate, and feel. There is no right way to do therapy besides the way that you feel most drawn to. I have experience with modalities that are particularly good at getting to the core of learning how you work best. AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy), SE (Somatic Experiencing), and IFS (Internal Family Systems) are the main three modalities I borrow from. If there's a way of doing therapy that has worked for you in the past–I want to know about it.

I grew up in the Midwest with a background in photography, graphic design, and the performing arts. These different passions in my life inform my creative and collaborative approach to how we work together. I keep up with my photography and am often spending my free time with a camera in hand.


Being interdisciplinary in my personal and artistic life is core to who I am. And that extends to clinical work as well. I strive to cultivate a multidisciplinary approach to thinking about your body, your heart, and your mind.

Austin Dalgleish Somatic Therapy

Austin Dalgleish Somatic Therapy

Fees, Sliding Scale, & Out-of-Network Coverage

Fees, Payment, &
Out-of-Network Coverage

Fees, Payment, &
Out-of-Network Coverage

Fees, Sliding Scale, & Out-of-Network Coverage

My full fees are $250 for Individual and $300 for Couples & Partners.

These rates are for those that can afford to pay it. Woah—that's a lot! Yes, therapy can be expensive, but the ability of some people to pay the full fee allows me to offer my sliding scale and offer affordable therapy to more people.


My sliding scale is based on financial need and there are limited spots I dedicate to sliding scale sessions. The sliding scale goes from my full fee all the way down to $50.If you would like to apply for my sliding scale, please be transparent about your financial situation and reach out to me via email. We will agree upon a fee that feels doable for you, and we will work for one year at that fee. Those who have multiple marginalized identities (BIPOC, PGM, sex workers, kink, poly, queer, and trans-identified folks) are encouraged to apply for sliding scale appointments.

Individuals

Individuals

Individuals

Individuals

In addition to my full fee, I offer a sliding scale (as low as limited $50 spots) for those who cannot afford my full fee.

In addition to my full fee, I offer a sliding scale (as low as limited $50 spots) for those who cannot afford my full fee.

$250

$250

$250

Open Availability

Open Availability

Open Availability

Sliding Scale

Sliding Scale

Sliding Scale

5 Spots Available

5 Spots Available

5 Spots Available

Couples & Partners

Couples & Partners

Couples & Partners

Couples
& Partners

In addition to my full fee, I offer a sliding scale (as low as limited $100 spots) for those who cannot afford my full fee.

In addition to my full fee, I offer a sliding scale (as low as limited $100 spots) for those who cannot afford my full fee.

In addition to my full fee, I offer a sliding scale (as low as limited $100 spots) for those who cannot afford my full fee.

In addition to my full fee, I offer a sliding scale (as low as limited $100 spots) for those who cannot afford my full fee.

$300

$300

$300

Open Availability

Open Availability

Open Availability

Sliding Scale

Sliding Scale

Sliding Scale

2 Spots Available

2 Spots Available

2 Spots Available

Payment & Insurance

Payment & Insurance

Payment & Insurance

I accept cash, check, credit cards, Venmo and Cash App. Fees can be paid in advance or within 24 hours of the session (unless other arrangements are made).

I am not in-network with any insurance providers. If you have out-of-network coverage, I can provide you with a superbill (insurance receipt) that you may submit for out-of-network reimbursement, depending on your insurance plan’s allowances. My practice does not fill out insurance claim forms or interact directly with insurance companies.

I accept cash, check, credit cards,
Venmo and Cash App. Fees can be paid in advance or within 24 hours of the session
(unless other arrangements are made).

I am not in-network with any insurance providers.
If you have out-of-network coverage, I can provide you with a superbill (insurance receipt) that you may submit for out-of-network reimbursement, depending on your insurance plan’s allowances. My practice does not fill out insurance claim forms or interact directly with insurance companies.

I accept cash, check, credit cards, Venmo and Cash App. Fees can be paid in advance or within 24 hours of the session
(unless other arrangements are made).

I am not in-network with any insurance providers. If you have out-of-network coverage, I can provide you with a superbill (insurance receipt) that you may submit for out-of-network reimbursement, depending on your insurance plan’s allowances. My practice does not fill out insurance claim forms or interact directly with insurance companies.

I accept cash, check, credit cards, Venmo and Cash App. Fees can be paid in advance or within 24 hours of the session (unless other arrangements are made).

I am not in-network with any insurance providers.
If you have out-of-network coverage, I can provide you with a superbill (insurance receipt) that you may
submit for out-of-network reimbursement, depending on your insurance plan’s allowances. My practice does not fill out insurance claim forms or interact directly with insurance companies.

let's get in touch

929 379 4791
austin.lmsw@gmail.com

929 379 4791
austin.lmsw@gmail.com