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Therapists in Mesa

Loraine Kern, Counselor  in Mesa
“Welcome! Are you looking to improve some part of your life? Choosing to go to counseling is an investment in your life. Why would you waste your time and money if you did not want to see a shift or change? Therapy can assist you: improve your relationships, improve self-esteem, resolve/change unhealthy patterns, become more creative and productive, decrease feelings of anxiety and depression, clarify your life's direction and/or get "unstuck." As your therapist, I will support and help you identify, connect with and live the most empowered and healthy version of you.
(602) 910-2468
Mesa, Arizona 85215
Marilyn M Stromsness, Psychologist  in Mesa
“I am trained psychodynamically, which means that I look at how ones past affects ones present life. My interventions include helping my clients change negative self beliefs so they can change their behavior. I use Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) as a psychotherapy approach to help clients reprocess negative life shaping beliefs, memories, traumas, losses, & fears that get triggered in present day life. The results of these triggers may lead to disturbance in daily functioning at home, work, & in relationships. EMDR seems to link up and reprocess stored negative memory networks to more adaptive information networks for optimal outcomes.
(480) 712-1460
Mesa, Arizona 85213
Jackie Scorza, Counselor  in Mesa
“I am excited you decided to seek help for the issues in your life that are of concern to you. Identifying issues and setting reasonable goals for change is an important step to shaping outcomes. I strongly feel I can assist you in achieving your goals by applying my expertise in Emotive and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I will also need a firm commitment from you to take ownership of the goals by working on at least one or two of the concerns discussed in each session. I believe this experience will build strong life skills for facing future challenges.
(480) 351-4637 x1207
Mesa, Arizona 85210
Therese Kilgore, Counselor  in Mesa
“Are you experiencing job, relationship, family or marriage issues? Are you feeling DEPRESSED or SAD and have little energy to tackle your daily activities? Are you struggling with DRUGS or ALCOHOL? If yes, there is HOPE! Don't give up! Whether life has come at you hard or a difficult past won't leave you alone...you are not alone! If life issues are causing you stress, anxiety and worry therapy may help. I am a sensitive, and compassionate therapist that provides a warm and nonjudgmental atmosphere for you to achieve the goals and quality of life you are striving for.
(480) 409-2306
Mesa, Arizona 85206
Roxanna Reid,   in Mesa
“Are you wondering "what's going on with my child?" Feel like the daily routine is always a battle? You want to make things better but aren't sure where to start? It can start here. I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues providing services that focus on children & adolescents. Trouble with friends, anxiety, changes in custody, or acting out in class are just some of the obstacles I can help overcome. Send me an email or give me a call, I look forward to talking with you.
(480) 845-0691
Mesa, Arizona 85213
Marco Antonio Cuyar, Counselor  in Mesa
“My name is Marco Cuyar (pronounced coo-yar). I have been in practice in a variety of mental health settings since 1999; in private practice in the Phoenix-metro area since 2004. I believe in a no-nonsense approach to counseling/ psychotherapy. I encourage my clients to take the time to examine and challenge what is and isn't working in their lives. Clients are then able to choose to make positive, happier and healthier changes in their lives.
(480) 376-1096
Mesa, Arizona 85206
Sonoran Sage Counseling, PLLC, Counselor  in Mesa
“Hi, I'm Julie. As your therapist, my goal is to help you to draw from the strength and resources within to help you heal and grow. Empowering you to utilize your own insight and wisdom, I will work with you in a collaborative, supportive manner. Using an authentic and nonjudgmental approach, I will partner with you in the journey of healing and nourishing the spirit.
(602) 396-4820
Mesa, Arizona 85206
Elva Blanks, Psychologist  in Mesa
“I have been a therapist in the Valley for the past 17 years and have worked in agency, university, and private practice settings. My therapy orientations include both cognitive behavioral and interpersonal therapies. I am a generalist and see clients with a variety of issues. I have specialties in the areas of eating disorders, anxiety and stress, depression, trauma resolution, women's issues, relationship difficulties, and autism spectrum concerns. I consider it a privilege to work with clients addressing their concerns and promoting more genuine, healthier, and happier interpersonal relationships and experiences.
(480) 409-2489
Mesa, Arizona 85202
Ann Marie Jensen, Counselor  in Mesa
“I focus on group therapy because as a new junior high school teacher nearly 30 years ago, I quickly noticed that everything really important was learned from peers. Now after 20 years as a counselor, I still believe this to be a fundamental truth. Although some people may be hesitant to come to a group, they quickly find that the group welcomes, supports, and teaches them things that they cannot possibly learn alone. Group therapy is also more cost-friendly than other forms of treatment. My groups are structured around anxiety reduction, compulsive behaviors (including addictions), overeating, and mood disorders.
(480) 525-9844
Mesa, Arizona 85213
Yola Ghammashi, Counselor  in Mesa
“Compassionate and straightforward, my career vision and mission are to "make a lasting positive difference" in the way clients approach their life difficulties. As a world traveler and someone who has lived on five continents, I am well versed in diversity and adjustment issues. Fluent in English, Arabic and Spanish, and can manage very well in French if needed. Certified in Critical Incident Stress Management, and hold both State and National certification in my field. Approved as a Continuing Education Credit Provider to my peers, I have conducted workshops and trainings, both in the US and Europe.
(480) 712-0836
Mesa, Arizona 85204
Kim Arndt, Counselor  in Mesa
“Why would a person take on the process of therapy? Psychotherapy can reveal the source and purpose of psychological symptoms. Satisfaction and healing are possible by developing a closer connection to one's self. This connection enhances the ability to relate with others, maintain healthy boundaries, cope with crises, and achieve goals. Understanding how your inner life interacts with your outer life yields understanding of how you became the person you are, and how you can continue unfolding your personality. Therapy is a journey of finding meaning in one's life, a worthwhile and satisfying use of one's energy.
(480) 712-4267
Mesa, Arizona 85203
Kris Eldridge, Counselor  in Mesa
“I am a licensed professional counselor with experience working with individuals, families and groups. I enjoy working with clients of all ages, but I have a special affinity for early adolescents and teenagers. My experiences as an educator serve as the foundation for working with these clients and their families. I use a client-centered approach and believe my clients are experts in their own lives. I view my role as therapist as a facilitator who assists clients in discovering their own truths and gaining a deeper sense of themselves.
(480) 878-7930
Mesa, Arizona 85210
Steven G Fox, Psychologist  in Mesa
“Have you been stressed by repetitive patterns that keep showing up in your life? Psychotherapy helps change repetitive patterns in your life that you choose. Psychodynamic understanding increases effectiveness of behavior. Reducing influences feeding upon your energy enhances success. Traditional psychodynamic and Jungian principles are integrated with new paradigms. Carl Jung, Rogers, Beck, and Myss are used to develop ways to change behavior. Therapy is a constructive collaboration. Experienced with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (adults, child), and dream interpretation. Carl Jung's dream interpretation is used. I have authored a book titled "Dreams: Guide to the Soul--40 Ancient Keys."
(480) 668-0332
Mesa, Arizona 85202
David C Hubbard, Psychologist  in Mesa
“I will listen to you without judgment and help you find your own solutions. You don't want someone who is going to jump in with advice before hearing all that you have to say and understanding, as much as possible, how you feel. You need someone who is willing to explore alternatives and solutions with you in a calm respectful manner leaving you with the final decision. It's your life. You have to live it. Why let someone else make the decisions for you when all you really need is someone willing to listen, hear, and understand?
(480) 630-0297
Mesa, Arizona 85204
Family Strategies & Coaching, Counselor  in Mesa
“We specialize in sexual addiction for both adults and youth, with special emphasis on the needs of wives. We also work with codependency, anxiety, self-esteem, depression, and other general mental health concerns. We treat children, youth and adults. Our counselors have special training and expertise in their specific areas of emphasis.
(480) 666-9041
Mesa, Arizona 85206
Joel Hutchinson, Psychologist  in Mesa
“My counseling is based on the belief that when we lose touch with our inner center of understanding, that sense of ourselves, our lives begin to veer off course resulting in pain, anxiety and/or depression. Normally we easily draw on this inner self for a sense of purpose, optimism, gratitude and joy. In challenging times, our center often feels lost. Through deep listening, emotional release, skill building and mindfulness practices I help individuals return to a clearer, stronger sense of themselves, a more positive sense of their present and future and an increased range of actions to resolve their problems.
(480) 725-2430
Mesa, Arizona 85202
Ashlee Edgerton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mesa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LAC, LMHC, NCC
“Ashlee is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of Indiana and is practicing as a Licensed Associate Counselor in the state of Arizona as she recently moved to the state. She is also a National Certified Counselor and received her Masters in Counseling from Indiana Wesleyan University. She has been working with eating disorders since 2008. She developed and was the primary therapist for an outpatient eating disorder program at The Cabin Counseling & Resource Center in Zionsville, Indiana and has worked as a Therapist/Case Manager at Remuda Ranch, The Hospital for Eating Disorders.
(480) 351-4895
Mesa, Arizona 85206
Jamie Stabley, Counselor  in Mesa
“Are you ready to move in a new direction in your life? Are you looking for extra support and guidance moving beyond a loss or other challenging situations? If yes, then together we will develop a plan and set goals that will help you resolve challenges and move towards reaching your life's true potential.
(480) 448-1182
Mesa, Arizona 85215
Lawrence Fry, Counselor  in Mesa
“Counseling is helpful when you just are having some problems, or perhaps are struggling to have a life that fits with who you are. Even possibly, you may not know yet exactly what you want. At times we have challenges that seem impossible, and strengths that appear out of reach. There are helpful ways to face those challenges and use your strengths. Counseling with me will utilize the knowledge of psychology and the wisdom of new perspectives to help. You are an individual with both unique and universal difficulties and possibilities. I am open to your difficulties and possibilities.
(480) 685-5917
Mesa, Arizona 85206
James Purviance, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Mesa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Does communication with your partner frustrate both of you and create friction? Is your family having difficulties adjusting to life altering issues or transitions? Are medical problems with a family member causing stress within the home? Is your family in the process of separation or divorce and family members having difficulty transitioning? Let me help you through your hardships. I currently work with couples seeking help with their relationships, help with adults, adolescents, children and families dealing with stage of life adjustments and transitions.
(617) 936-7075
Mesa, Arizona 85206
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