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Therapists in Phoenix

St. Luke's Behavioral Health Center, Treatment Facility  in Phoenix
“St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center is a 124-bed mental and behavioral health facility located on the campus of St. Luke’s Medical Center in Phoenix. For more than 40 years, St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center has been serving the mental health and substance abuse needs of the community with a full spectrum of inpatient and outpatient treatment programs for children, teens, adults and seniors. For more information, visit stlukesbehavioralhealth.com, or call 602-251-8535 in the metro Phoenix area or toll-free at 1-800-821-4193 to schedule an assessment.
(602) 910-6762
Phoenix, Arizona 85006
Neal Breen - Wellness Coaching,   in Phoenix
“I have wellness coaching clients, personal training clients and clients who receive a combination of both services. For over 15 years, I have helped people become healthier, look better and feel better. I travel to my clients where they work with me in a comfortable setting and save time. My work is patient, empathic and customized. Weight loss clients receive extensive support and assistance with their caloric intake, stress and lifestyle habits. I enjoy helping people: lose weight, experience pain relief, become leaner and much stronger. I utilize a wealth of experience, tools and approaches to compassionately help clients help themselves.
(602) 910-3991
Phoenix, Arizona 85054
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
Larry Waldman, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Having over 30 years of clinical experience, I work in a solution-focused manner to help clients attain their defined goals.
(602) 663-9784
Phoenix, Arizona 85028
Carol Finney, Psychiatric Nurse  in Phoenix
“I work best with clients who are actively seeking to create a life they love and may be experiencing lack of fulfillment due to any of the following circumstances: Depressed or unstable moods that disrupt daily activities; Self-sabotaging behaviors that interfere with ability to function; Troubling thoughts or difficulty with focus and concentration; Anxiety and panic attacks that restrict free self-expression; Problems with anger and impulse control that negatively impact job performance and/or relationship dynamics; A sense of meaninglessness or lack of purpose/questions of an existential or spiritual nature.
(602) 903-4910
Phoenix, Arizona 85003
Kiddo Consulting, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
“Kiddo Consulting, LLC has a unique feel because we have a very unique approach: we offer an in-home (or on-site) assessment and intervention so that we are able to target the behavior in the setting it occurs. We offer a safe and supportive environment and work with child, family, and system in order to achieve the desired outcomes. We work with families of children struggling with anxiety symptoms, mood symptoms, or focus and concentration challenges; we also work frequently with co-parenting families and multiple-sibling families and systems.
Phoenix, Arizona 85006
Crossroads Counseling, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“I am a licensed psychologist and have been practicing for 28 years. I enjoy working with children, adolescents adults, and couples. I enjoy dealing with challenging children, ADD/ADHD, and children from divorce. I currently have a radio talk show that deals with different topics related to children and adults healing from divorce. I develop a rapport and trust to get to the root of the problem so the healing process can begin.
(602) 714-2567
Phoenix, Arizona 85028
Amanda Robinson, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I view counseling as an opportunity to partner with my clients on their journey towards positive change and achievement of emotional/mental health. In my practice I enjoy working with couples, teens and adults. I work with couples who have grown apart or faced infidelity issues. In counseling individuals whether teens or adults my focus has been helping with high anxiety, extreme depression, ADD/ADHD, personality disorders and addiction issues. I have led intensive outpatient groups for mood, addictions, and mindfulness. I consider it a privilege to walk with those who are motivated for change and growth.
(623) 207-1812
Phoenix, Arizona 85013
Andrea Mccluskey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“At Open Doors Counseling, Coaching and Consulting, we believe that all people can create change in their lives. Our counseling and life coaching services can help you to open the doors to the change you are seeking and live a happier life. At Open Doors Counseling, Coaching, and Consulting, we specialize in working with individuals and couples who want healthier relationships, to heal from past events or trauma, recover from a mental health issue like depression or anxiety, recover from a substance abuse issue, increase their self esteem, find balance, and who want to work on personal growth.
(602) 910-2795
Phoenix, Arizona 85023
Allan H Gelber, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“I work well with people who have unsatisfying interpersonal relationships and/or feelings of failure of achievement. My approach is to identify causes of disturbing symptoms of anxiety, depression, self defeating behaviors, low self esteem, hopelessness, etc., and to restore personal potential.
(602) 954-6700
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Shannon K. Spellman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LMFT, LISAC
“As a therapist in Phoenix, I offer both traditional in-office psychotherapy and equine assisted psychotherapy for adults and adolescents specializing in survivors of incest/sexual abuse, PTSD, addictions, codependency, recovery issues, challenging adolescents & family systems, family of origin issues, and adolescent life-cycle issues. I also treat anxiety, depression, grief and loss issues, and couples' issues. Stress management and personal growth & coaching services are also available. With over 30 years of clinical experience, I provide individual, couples', family, and group therapy, seminars, weekend intensives, family & executive interventions, and professional training workshops. Call now for a free telephone consult.
(480) 409-2316
Phoenix, Arizona 85050
Linda T Hirsch, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“I have been in the practice of psychotherapy for over 30 years. My treatment approach over those years has become very eclectic in nature. Every individual is different and therapy isn’t a one technique fits all sort of journey. Therapy for me isn’t just about providing insight....most people today are well-read and well-versed in “psychology babble” today. The real confusion is more about what to do with those insights. While I am known to be a great listener, i am also known to be direct and upfront with clients.
(602) 663-9781
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Elizabeth Sedano, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, PhD, LISAC
“As a solution-focused therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating.By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.If you're looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation, if you're ready to move in a new direction in your life, or if you are searching for peace or mind, I look forward to working with you to help you achieve your goals.
(602) 495-9306
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Julia Lesselyong, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist focusing on neuropsychological assessment and therapy for adults and seniors. I have experience and training in clinical practice for older adults including behavioral health consultation in long term care, neuropsychological assessment and treatment of mental disorders in older adults.
(480) 696-6773
Phoenix, Arizona 85013
Gretchen B Friedlander, Counselor  in Phoenix
“My clients include individuals and occasional couples or families suffering from relational trauma. My clients tend to be bright, capable people who sense that something different is possible for them, and so they seek support in coping with difficult emotions and in navigating life's stresses. They may struggle with emptiness, anxiety or depression, or they may have resorted to drugs, alcohol, blame, isolation, dependent relationships, lying, manipulation, rage, status, avoidance, work, exercise, beauty, or busyness to find a sense of power or solace.
(602) 492-4217
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Florence Rosiello, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
“After 30+ years practicing psychotherapy, I still find relationship issues are probably the most important reasons my clients want therapy. Many individuals have difficulties in relationships that are too merged, or distant, or they are struggling with a relationship they fear, or want, to end. What seems most important in relationships is intimacy and this emotion is frequently desired, but also very feared by people. Therapy is often the first emotionally tender relationship that some people experience. But therapy is not where intimacy ends, it's only the start point where people experience and learn how to be close and intimate with others.
(646) 872-7304
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Kathy Crowley Lcsw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
“Are you facing unexpected obstacles in your life? You are not alone. Changes and challenges can feel overwhelming and scary. I can help you with this. We will develop a plan to remove the uncertainty and establish new possibilities for you in your future. In our sessions, we will work together to find inspiration, excitement & hope for your future.
(602) 910-6894
Phoenix, Arizona 85028
Stonewall Institute, Treatment Facility  in Phoenix
“Stonewall Institute is a licensed outpatient substance abuse facility located in Phoenix, Arizona. We offer a holistic approach of care in an upscale office environment designed to address the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual components necessary for recovery from chemical dependency issues. Major health insurance accepted and sliding scale rates available.
(602) 910-2317
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Resolutions, Counselor  in Phoenix
“SATURDAY AND EVENING APPOINTMENTS. I specialize in Couples Counseling, Dating Coaching, Divorce Mediation and Parent/Teen/Family Relationship, as well as Anxiety Disorders and Life Coaching. My therapy practice measures results for improvement in your life - helping you reach your goals whether they are relational, professional or financial. Let's look at all aspects of your relationship or your life and construct a more successful version to achieve your desired result - A Happier Marriage, A Civil Divorce, Better Communication with your Teen, More Dating Options, Improved Budgeting and Financial Success with your Home or Business, A Healthier Workplace
(480) 409-0248
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
Taruno Steffensen,   in Phoenix
“Are you finding yourself "stuck in a rut" or repeatedly having the same kind of negative experiences? It may not be "you" (or even other people) causing your suffering. Your autonomic nervous system (ANS) may not be working as well as it can. I specialize in helping people's ANS communicate better between body, brain and mind. This gives relief from anything that involves the sense of "stress", like: Depression, anxiety, relationship problems, trauma, grief-loss, work problems, chronic illness or pain, addictions, fears, phobias, panic attacks, medical procedures and more. You're ANS wants to work better, I'll show you how.
(928) 277-4919
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
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