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Therapists in Phoenix

Cynthia J Spencer, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I have been working with children and families for the past 15 years. I began my work in Early Childhood Development and worked with children birth-12 years old and later focused my work to include adolescents, and the needs of this unique age group. I specialize in family therapy, anger management, ADHD, social skill difficulties, spectrum disorders, anxiety difficulties, and early childhood traumas including, sexual abuse and child abuse. I accept some insurance plans. Please contact me and we can discuss how I can be helpful in treating your child or your family.
(480) 428-2657
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
Liberation Center, Treatment Facility  in Phoenix
“We are passionate about cultivating practical life skills to ensure that you can return to your life and enjoy lasting recovery. Liberation Center is the FIRST and ONLY exclusive Eating Disorder Partial Hospitalization Program in the Phoenix Metropolitan area. Our central urban location allows us to provide countless opportunities to integrate into the community while receiving ongoing therapeutic support and encouragement.
(602) 559-4922
Phoenix, Arizona 85003
Linda Schwartz, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I specialize in helping couples and in using the acclaimed Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy, which is well-researched and proven to help improve relationships, heal wounds from the past and improve communication long-term. There is no blame of either partner, and this method provides couples with a structured path to create a more satisfying relationship. Couples learn to end "endless arguing" and to turn to each other to discuss even the most difficult concerns. Research shows that 90% of couples show improvement and 70 to 75% are able to move from distress to recovery.
(602) 903-5262
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I can help you with depression , anxiety,grief , loss, and crisis. I have many years of experience , sucessfully treating people in these areas. I understand how difficult it can be, and I can help you. I am only a telephone call away. Pick up the phone , call me now.
(623) 580-5013
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
Heidi Brouelette, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Do you ask yourself,"Why do I continue to do the things I do?" "If people really knew me they wouldn't like me." As human beings, I believe we do the best we can with what we know how to do. However, what we know or do, may inadvertently be destructive to ourselves and close relationships. My hope is to bring you closer to understanding who you are as a person and to develop a closer relationship with your self and other's in your life.
(480) 725-1395
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
Valley Clinical Services, Treatment Facility  in Phoenix
“There is hope. You may be feeling hurt, frustrated, lost or maybe even overwhelmed. We are here. Together, we can begin your journey towards emotional wellness.
(602) 388-1308
Phoenix, Arizona 85015
Bridge Consulting Services, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
“"In life one will face many obstacles and with strategies to address them the barriers can be overcome." Tonya Whitaker provides counseling services that address a variety of issues. The majority of her work has been with children, adolescents, families and couples. She works in collaboration with clients to identify solutions in order to resolve life hurdles such as divorce, depression, anxiety, school issues, peer problems, parenting, ADHD/ADD, parent-child conflict.
(623) 552-6463
Phoenix, Arizona 85051
Carrie Hitchler, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I work with adult clients, both individuals and couples. I also work with families who are struggling with communicating effectively, and/or are going through a period of adjustment that is causing tension within the family system. I believe the therapeutic relationship is the foundation of success in therapy. Without feelings of safety and trust, it is difficult to let down your defenses. My goal is to provide a nurturing environment where you feel free to be yourself. It is when you are your genuine self that you can begin to gain insight and allow for personal growth and healing.
(480) 525-6859
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
Lisa Watson, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Sometimes we are the reason life is not turning out as we had hoped. My goal is to come along side you, to teach you new skills, encourage you to heal, and to inspire you to make positive changes so that you can achieve your personal life goals. I work with individuals, couples, families and children. I am trained in EMDR and work with clients struggling with trauma, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, realtionship, and grief and loss issues.
(480) 800-4619
Phoenix, Arizona 85032
Arizona Family Therapy & Wellness Center Inc., Marriage & Family Therapist  in Phoenix
“Why isn't this working? I thought love is all you need but he cheated! I can't stop crying! I never thought she would leave. I've lost everything! Couples, women, men, and children all present with unique problems in today's world. Relationship, economic, marital, school & work problems all look different with each individual and family. The answer to the issues above and many more are within you and you CAN overcome. Take a walk with me and allow me to show you things in your life that will bring about positive change.
(480) 788-3911
Phoenix, Arizona 85023
Barbara Cohen, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Since 1987, I have been successfully treating clients struggling with issues of trauma, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, adjustment to life events, self esteem and personal growth.
(480) 409-2349
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Gordon A Gunnell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LISAC
“Individual and/or relationship problems sometimes overwhelm us. We may begin to lose hope, lose confidence when our own efforts at changing ourselves or our circumstances are ineffective. Some describe it as being "stuck", repeating their efforts to effect change with no change as a result. In those times, we may experience many distressing emotions--anxiety, depression, grief, anger, resentment, helplessness, and many others. By identifying what keeps us stuck in the distress and unhappiness, however, we can and do experience new perspectives, permitting previously unknown solutions to emerge. I can help you identify and change what keeps you "stuck".
(520) 955-6226
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
Amra Stafford, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Having difficulty coping with a stressful situation? Maybe you feel down or anxious. Or perhaps it feels like the same problems and relationship issues keep repeating. I provide results-oriented psychotherapy to help you feel better, while helping to resolve the root causes of your difficulties. My clients are interested in medium to longer-term psychotherapy and have often (though not necessarily) been in therapy before. My approach is kind, supportive, direct, and sometimes humorous.
(602) 904-5012
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Lise Flores-Reed, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“In the face of serious difficulty, psychotherapy can provide healing, peace, harmony and balance. I emphasize empowerment, collaboration and the enhancement of one's strengths and resilience. You will receive expert diagnosis and treatment in a welcoming, nonjudgmental and tolerant atmosphere. I am a Health Psychologist by training--the mind/body connection is a basic concept in my work. I have the privilege of assisting my clients on their journey of self-discovery, which I consider both an honor and a profoundly satisfying vocation.
(602) 316-5800
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
Charles Kennedy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My ideal client is an adult who has decided that something isn't going well in life, or is facing a transition, and who is prepared to honestly address possible causes and to work to make or accept changes. I assist clients with all relationships, including parenting and caring for elders; dealing with transitions; grief and loss; anxiety/depression; domestic violence, anger management and trauma recovery.
(480) 409-2408
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Carolyn J. Cavanaugh Toft, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Carolyn J Cavanaugh Toft, Ph.D. (also known as "Dr. C") enjoys working with a wide range of clients, and specializes in the treatment of bulimia, compulsive overeating, relationship difficulties, depression, and anxiety disorders. She also likes to work with individuals experiencing work stress and contemplating a career change. She is an empathic and dedicated professional who works to provide a safe environment for her clients.
(480) 712-5177
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
Rene' Broussard, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I work with individuals, couples and families experiencing relationship difficulties, anxiety or depression, and other life transitions or concerns. I have considerable experience working with Adolescents, LGBTQ Individuals, and people addressing addiction issues. A non-judgemental, accepting, open, and determined Counselor, ready to focus each session on wherever you are ready to take it, I trust in your innate ability to grow in the direction you most need, and are most ready. I am here to carefully observe, nurture and assist in clarifying your chosen direction.
(480) 382-4906
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Beverly Janowitz-Price, Counselor  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, ICADC, CEAP, CSAT, SAP
“I have been a therapist since 1977, starting out working in the substance abuse field. I am also a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist. I firmly believe that the majority of our issues began in childhood, some of which can be very subtle. I like to work with people on healing their underlying issues. I believe in using the therapy process to find our true selves and, ideally, achieve inner peace.
(480) 788-4951
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Edie M Moore, Counselor  in Phoenix
“My passion is to help children, families, and individuals who are experiencing relational or behavioral difficulties. My aim is to instill hope that change is possible, and help people make the changes they desire to improve their lives. My therapy dog, Tuppence, has often helped me connect quickly, and demonstrate healthier ways of doing things. It is my desire to help others resolve their emotional pain and find healing and a sense of well-being.
(602) 325-1233
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
“I offer families with children struggling with weight issues a comprehensive 8 week program that focuses on the neurobiological as well as environmental issues that contribute to childhood obesity. Kids and parents learn how to develop a healthy relationship with food - in spite of an environment that frequently encourages the opposite. Childhood obesity affects almost 1/3 of the population - knowing how and why we have changed our relationship with food allows kids to be empowered to make positive and healthy changes.
(602) 714-8539
Phoenix, Arizona 85021
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