David Zuniga, PhD, Austin Psychologist
What is most important is to find peace and to share it with others. — Thich Nhat Hanh
Dr. David Zuniga is a Licensed Psychologist with expertise in mindfulness, spiritually integrative counseling, grief, loss, and wellness. He provides a free 30-minute consultation to discuss the process of beginning therapy for potential clients. Dr. Zuniga is also a writer and speaks internationally on topics related to mindfulness and psychology. Recently, he was featured in a video series on WebMD on multiple myeloma: How to tell Others about Your Condition and Face your Fear and Find Support specifically target multiple myeloma patients and their families, but they are relevant to all cancers and chronic or incurable illnesses. He writes a monthly newspaper column entitled Zen for Daily Living on the unique challenges presented to us by the COVID-19 pandemic, which is published in papers like the Austin-American Statesman, Westlake Picayune, and the Lake Travis View. His column is based on his work in clinical psychology, end-of-life care, and mindfulness. In his psychology practice, he also supervises Dr. Jane (Evgenia) Milman in her postdoctoral residency.
In addition to describing Dr. Zuniga's work as a psychologist and writer, this site provides information on over 1,000 books, websites, and other resources on a wide range of topics such as counseling, mindfulness, mental health, wellness, parenting, couples, and coping. These resources include six free, original videos with over 90 minutes of guided meditations.
Dr. Zuniga has been honored to speak at some of the leading academic conferences in the world, and frequently provides workshops and talks on a wide array of subjects to audiences with diverse needs and interests. Please contact Dr. Zuniga with any questions you may have or to schedule a free initial consultation.