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Therapists in Phoenix

Caryn Attianese, Counselor  in Phoenix
“You have taken the first important step on your journey to help and healing for yourself, your marriage, or your child. No matter what circumstance leads you to seek counseling, the most important thing that I can do is to provide an environment that is secure, safe, and honest. I believe in helping people get in touch with emotions so they can manage symptoms and enjoy a more peaceful, joyful, and productive life. My specialty areas include eating disorders (including binge eating disorder), relationship issues/couples work, trauma/abuse, addictions, anxiety, and childhood issues.
(480) 428-2946
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
Anna Valenti-Anderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LISAC, CSAT-S, CMAT
“Change is hard. I am here to help. I respect your right to CHOOSE recovery. I believe you want to improve your life. I provide you with tangible methods to help you achieve realistic goals. I support you with positive encouragement instead of guilt or shame.
(623) 695-0064
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Janeen DeMarte, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Welcome to Sentience Psychological Services. You might be wondering what the word "sentience" means. Sentience is the ability to feel, perceive, and have self-awareness through emotional experiences. Having the full capacity to feel and perceive both the rewarding and challenging sensations of life in a balanced way supports psychological health. The goal of my practice is to provide conscientious psychological services for people presenting with emotional or behavioral challenges that may be an obstacle in their life. We can provide comprehensive services including therapy, evaluation, consultation, teaching/ lecture, and expert testimony.
(602) 345-1502
Phoenix, Arizona 85013
Tonya Kinnaman, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals to feel better and improve your life in the most productive manner possible. I believe that you have it within yourself to make changes and add skills to overcome your personal challenges which are barriers to success and happiness in your life. Through an honest and caring relationship, I can work with you to focus on solutions and bring about change in a way that you are comfortable with and can embrace. Call me today so we can work together in developing a positive direction for your future.
(623) 748-4187
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
Janet Ander, Counselor  in Phoenix
“So you've decided it's time to make a change, or maybe the circumstances in your life have just become more than you can bear. We all get to that place and you've come to the right place to find a helping hand. Stress and trauma can be obvious or it can be hidden. It can arise slowly or suddenly. We all face it, and let's face it, some of us were just never shown what to do about it. Adult or adolescent, you can learn to handle stress, cope with trauma, and feel better.
(602) 910-2029
Phoenix, Arizona 85028
Sandy Graham, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I believe we all have the ability to change and grow. Without support and coping skills, life and its stressors can get in the way of, rather than enhance personal growth. When that happens, we often begin to compare ourselves to others, fear change and challenges, experience unrewarding relationships, numb our emotions, and most painful of all, begin to believe that we are alone in our struggles. You don't have to struggle alone. In our work together, I will help you discover and explore your true self and look clearly at your life, and its challenges and opportunities.
(928) 436-8920
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Wholistic Counseling and Wellness Alternatives LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
“EVENING AND SATURDAY APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE! What are the main goals we all have in life? Those goals are to be happy, accepting of ourselves, feel loved, and to leave a positive legacy. The paths we take to accomplish the goals either have a positive or negative impact on how we view ourselves, and the world. Understanding the uniqueness and intricacy of each individual, group, and organization we work with, our goal is to see how our clients have happy and longlasting goal acheievement.
(866) 801-1558
Phoenix, Arizona 85029
Cristy Lopez, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Has life not turned out the way you thought? Unsatisfied or unhappy with your work, home, or relationships? Find yourself engaging in the same unhealthy patterns (e.g., unsuccessful relationships, excessive spending, working, worrying)? Feeling helpless, hopeless, confused, or overwhelmed? Life doesn't have to be this way. You do deserve better! I help you to achieve a more satisfied, productive, and successful life. I will help you explore your problems in a comprehensive and holistic manner while simultaneously helping you work toward solutions you can begin implementing today. Call me at 602 323-7824 to get started.
(602) 903-7782
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Adrienne Kronholm, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with several years experience providing adult and couples therapy. The therapy modalities I employ include emotionally focused couples therapy, cognitive behavioral, family systems, narrative therapy, and supportive and educational interventions. My therapeutic style has been described as warm, collaborative, nonjudgmental, and interactive. It is my goal to help people reconnect with a sense of hope and possibility. I welcome any questions you may have about me or my practice.
(602) 908-2128
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
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
Celeste L. Cheatham, LPC, LLC, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I work with clients facing anxiety, depression,relationship and family issues. My area of specialty is survivors of trauma, including childhood abuse and incest, sexual abuse, and domestic violence. I have a holistic perspective on mental health, integrating emotional, physical and spiritual wellness. I provide coaching on alternate methods of mood management, including physical, nutritional and lifestyle changes that can affect mental health. I am a bi-racial person with an undergraduate degree in Sociology. Consequently, I possess a unique understanding of the ways racial/cultural issues can impact someone's life story.
(480) 427-0410
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
Ian T Karow, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Why can't I stay sober? I never knew something could have this much control over me! Substance abuse is a struggle that continues to plague people from all backgrounds. It affects the individual, family, work, school and almost every aspect of a person's life. Although recovery seems insurmountable at times, it doesn't have to be. With specific steps and concerted exploration into relevant coping skills one can achieve long-term sobriety. I would like to be a part of your short-term plan to achieve long-term success.
(480) 409-3743
Phoenix, Arizona 85023
James Westly, Counselor  in Phoenix
“MAXIMIZE YOUR POTENTIAL!! Transform life challenges into growth opportunities!! Uplift, inspire and heal a lifetime of conditioned responses. Cope with stress in new and fulfilling ways. Based in Ancient Wisdom, PRESENCE PRACTICE transforms the most difficult situations. Build Self-Awareness and create the framework for a rich and rewarding future. The natural gift of inner clarity is revealed through eliminating obsessive thinking. BEGIN IT NOW!! No insurance. No managed care looking over your shoulder. No mental health diagnosis in your medical records. Total privacy!
(480) 409-2391
Phoenix, Arizona 85028
Lisa J. Cole, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I've been practicing in the Valley for over eleven years. My approach to therapy is strengths-based and tailored to meet the unique needs of the individual, couple or family. I have extensive experience working with youth ages 9-18 in the forensic and private settings. I have afternoon, evening and weekend appointments available. Rapport between you and your therapist is key...good luck with your search.
(480) 420-9426
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
Candace M Rosen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe in a holistic, mind, body, spirit, model of therapy. I am highly trained and skilled to help clients heal from Trauma, Attachment Issues, Relationship Issues, Family of Origin, Self-Esteem, and Grief and Complicated Grief issues, as well as other types of issues. I believe that therapy is based on the relationship with my client and is very important. I provide a warm, safe environment in which my client can fully heal. I can work somatically, using Peter Levine's model of Somatic Experiencing, as well as Gestalt, and other modalities. I look forward to our work together.
(602) 281-4206
Phoenix, Arizona 85048
Gina De Simone, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist and Registered Play Therapist working with children, adolescents, and their families. I have helped families successfully address a wide variety of issues related to home, school, and work, including: ADHD, Autism and Asperger's, Depression, grief and loss, Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorder, Self-Esteem Issues, Stress Management, and family conflict. When working with children and teens, it is important that the family be involved as well, to support the individual, increase family connectedness, and help generalize skills, strategies, and insights beyond the therapy hour.
(602) 910-2309
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
Gigi Veasey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LISAC, CCBT
“For the last 14 years, I have been driven by my passion to help clients see new possibilities, feel hopeful in their lives and heal the burdens they carry. My expertise is in working with those struggling with a loss of self-esteem/confidence, traumatic history, abandonment, unresolved grief or life transitions. I use a variety of therapeutic techniques and I am a Certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, also trained in Brainspotting and Pia Mellody's Post Induction Model for trauma. I am also an Addiction Specialist focusing on outpatient treatment for adults reaching for recovery from alcohol and drug use.
(480) 426-8540
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
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
Kathleen M Heffernan, Counselor  in Phoenix
“The joy and the discord in our lives often can be traced back to our communication and problem-solving styles. Because we learned these skills at a very early age, we are on automatic pilot. My responsibility is to bring awareness to you so you can effectuate change. This is done in a calm, peaceful, and relaxing environment with care and compassion. Your responsibility is to be open to self-awareness and change - to acknowlege your thoughts and feelings and decide what works for you and what does not - and to practice new skills.
(480) 409-2325
Phoenix, Arizona 85032
Susan Sugar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I offer a NEW way to do therapy! Short-term, focused, efficient. I integrate a blend of therapies including the physiologically and brain-based EMDR, Brainspotting, short-term intensive and others providing a focused and effective program. I work with you to achieve the deep, real internal changes that release you from old patterns. I have been in practice over 18 years and have a lifetime of my own experience to guide my work with you. I work with PTSD and other trauma that have resulted in depression and anxiety; grief; spiritual explorations, life transitions...compulsive eating issues and addictions.
(480) 409-2308
Phoenix, Arizona 85028
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