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Couples Counseling Therapists in Phoenix

Linda Hudnall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that life's stressors complicate our everyday life and result in lack of self care, unfulfilling relationships, and the inability to feel good about ourselves and others. I also believe when we are being challenged we learn a great deal about ourselves which provides an opportunity for positive growth and change. It is important to remember you do not have to face these challenges alone.
Couples Counseling
(480) 666-8494
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Arline Kaweah Lemeshewsky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Pull up a chair and let's talk. I'm a bilingual EMDR therapist, international consultant and shamanic practitioner with 20+ years' experience treating depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD. Rediscover your full Self! Reignite your passion for life! I delight in helping children, adults, families and classrooms survive & thrive through evidence-based practice and cutting edge research. In shamanic work, we use soul retrieval and other time-tested technologies to heal the spiritual aspects of illness. I work in collaboration with other health professionals to help you restore harmony, balance and wholeness. Learn more about shamanism www.sacredspacespirituality.com
Couples Counseling
(602) 459-9063
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
Craydon McDonald, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“The problem can be difficult to articulate... a vague sense of discontent where nothing seems to measure up to expectations. For example, a gourmet meal is a gourmet meal only if it can be enjoyed without inner conflict, which means one is not maintaining a deep conviction that one doesn't deserve it, is spending too much, is bored by it, and so on. One may eat many such meals and still be unfed. While symptom alleviation is important, the ultimate goal is to become clear about who you are. This will be the focus of our work together.
Couples Counseling
(480) 409-2263
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
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.
Couples Counseling
(480) 525-6859
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
Felix Salomon, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“My approach in therapy is to respect each individual as a whole person. I believe each person knows himself or herself best. Rather than just treating the symptom(s), I attempt to get to know the person well enough to guide them into insights of the CAUSES of their problems. My ultimate goal is to help each individual achieve the healthiest level of well-being and highest developmental level of functioning. Whenever appropriate, I work with multiple members of the same family in order to strengthen the family and/or marriage.
Couples Counseling
(480) 409-2351
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
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.
Couples Counseling
(602) 495-9306
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My approach to doing psychotherapy is a contemporary psychoanalytic approach. This approach is a form of psychotherapy which helps patients heal through the safe, mutual exploration of previous life experiences and current life circumstances. More importantly, transformation in psychoanalytic therapy occurs through the participation by the patient in a relationship with the therapist in which the two partners, through their mutual exploration of life history, relationships, and the here-and-now experience of relating in therapy, come to help patients heal wounds, know themselves better, and lead healthier and more satisfying lives.
Couples Counseling
(480) 409-2411
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
Gail M. Newman, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I do well with individuals who are wanting more freedom and satisfaction in their lives. I know that most people do not know what to do or what is causing the pain in their lives. People need someone they feel comfortable with to assist them in identifying what is the cause of their suffering. I know how confusing and hopeless it can be to try to figure out what is wrong and how to "fix it". I provide a safe, comfortable atmostphere where the foggy confusion can be cleared away, and I identify individualized clear-cut solutions.
Couples Counseling
(602) 471-1249
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
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.
Couples Counseling
(480) 428-2946
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
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.
Couples Counseling
(602) 908-2128
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
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.
Couples Counseling
(866) 801-1558
Phoenix, Arizona 85029
Molly Dean, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“At "A New Path" my goal is to provide an accepting and empathetic environment where you can feel safe, supported and respected throughout the therapy process. I work with individuals (children/adults/adolescents), families and couples. I earned my Masters Degree at Arizona State University and I specialize in working with those experiencing issues including but not limited to: PTSD/ trauma, past abuse (sexual/physical/emotional), eating disorders, impulsive and self harming behaviors, problems regulating emotions, personality disorders, depression, anxiety, OCD, phobias, low self-esteem, and relationship issues.
Couples Counseling
(480) 845-0970
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Ira Dressner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, MCC, LCSW
“Ira Dressner's focus is: 1. Lowering Pain and Symptoms of Chronic Migraine Headaches. 2. Working with Couples and families, 3. Anger Management with individuals(NOT GROUPS), 4 Working with people in 12th step model recovery programs and interventions. 5 Working with people who have traumatized by domestic violence, sexual and physical abuse, emotional bullying, and Veterans and their families with PTSD and Acute Stress Disorder utilizing EMDR.
Couples Counseling
(602) 492-8317
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
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.
Couples Counseling
(602) 954-6700
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
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.
Couples Counseling
(602) 281-4206
Phoenix, Arizona 85048
Kelly Morris, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Events fill our lives that influence what we think and feel which in turn affects our decisions. Sometimes these decisions lead to pain for ourselves and others.
Couples Counseling
(602) 459-9049
Phoenix, Arizona 85021
Melissa Estavillo, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Within my practice, I help everyday people facing everyday issues live an extraordinary life. I adopt an integrated counseling approach to provide complete, individualized care for the whole person. Additionally, I build strong relationships with each person based on a mutual trust and confidence, and value each person's perspective of his or her own life. I view counseling as a dynamic, active process and will work with each person to understand, engage and overcome even seemingly insurmountable difficulties, and facilitate each person's process of transformation and hope.
Couples Counseling
(480) 525-8386
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Ellen L Turner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“At this time, I am not accepting private clinets as I am currently working on becoming a fully licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in the State of Arizona.
Couples Counseling
(530) 270-9321
Phoenix, Arizona 85086
Therese Dautheribes, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Sometimes a difficult life transition, a series of changes happening one after the other can throw us off track and challenge the best of us. Or that feeling that you need to make a change in your life or your relationships is getting harder to ignore, because the same old band-aids are no longer working and the pain is not going away by itself. You are not sure how to go about it. Anxiety, depression, self-doubt creep in, and you feel stuck.
Couples Counseling
(480) 788-2961
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
Dennis Ryan, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I specialize in anger management, men's issues, and ADHD. A client who is looking for a sensitive yet strategic approach to these issues will likely benefit from the work we do together. During our initial session I will, as much as possible, try to understand your situation and help you set a direction so that you get get what you need from your therapeutic experience. While my specialties are those previously mentioned I also see clients for a number of other issues: relationships, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, removing blocks to creativity, and addictions.
Couples Counseling
(602) 459-9779
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
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