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Family Therapy Therapists in Phoenix

Richard Herbig, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
“For the last thirty-five years Dr. Herbig has practiced counseling/ psychotherapy with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families and in a variety of settings. He was Clinical Director of the Center for Individual and Family Counseling (Chicago area) for twenty-five years.
Family Therapy
(602) 492-7044
Phoenix, Arizona 85028
Marcia Conley, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I was truly drawn to my profession, and I have been a psychotherapist my entire adult life. I love working with individuals, couples and families. It is an honor to help them overcome fears and worries that block success and well-being and replace self-defeating patterns with life-enhancing behaviors. My greatest joy is watching couples and families communicate more effectively, understand each other better and grow closer.
Family Therapy
(602) 396-4464
Phoenix, Arizona 85029
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.
Family Therapy
(602) 663-9781
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Coach, MEd, MFT, CFC
“In today’s society, people are under more pressure then before, juggling home, personal relationships, careers, children, and inner self. Teenagers are faced with additional peer pressure and don't know how to cope with it in a healthy manner. As a family and relationship coach, I have the experience and enjoy working with families, couples, or individuals of all ages. I have the knowledge and the sensitivity to assist families come together to develop coping skills to work through life long difficulties such as parenting, sibling rivalry, behavioral issues, rekindling the passion in your relationship or helping you recognize your goals and happiness.
Family Therapy
(480) 646-4730
Phoenix, Arizona 85028
Gina Marianetti, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 10 years of experience. I have worked in a variety of settings including, Children's Hospitals, several Maricopa County schools, and agencies which support the HIV community. I provide individual/group counseling to children and families focusing on such issues as trauma, self-esteem, social skills, grief and loss, as well as anger management. Additionally, I am a Faculty Associate in the Social Work department at Arizona State University. I am passionate about my work with children and families and committed to helping ensure a kinder, more peaceful future for our community.
Family Therapy
(602) 490-0827
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Sheila M Howe, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Clients seeking the assistance of a licensed mental health practioner typically seek the guidance and practice of a competent professional who can demonstrate wisdom, compassion and direction in the treatment of mental health issues. Clients needing treatment for mental health symptoms, interpersonal relationships, unresolved family of origin issues, past trauma and lifestyle transformation will be satisfied with my treatment. My clients appreciate the open, compassionate, hospitable reception they receive in my care. Safety, trust and acceptance are primary within the therapeutic relationship. I take great strides in providing a therapeutic environment that promotes healing, health, integration, change and transformation.
Family Therapy
(480) 409-2488
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Noelle Landay, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, Grief, Trauma, Addicti
“My personal style is to be straightforward, active and involved when counseling. I am open, while keeping a sense of humor about life and the difficulties we all encounter. My ideal client wants to be in therapy to work in an interactive style to deepen self-understanding, resolve conflicts, heal traumas and turn around dysfunctional patterns. "It's never too late to be who you were meant to be." ---George Eliot
Family Therapy
(602) 910-6481
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.
Family Therapy
(480) 428-2946
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
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.
Family Therapy
(602) 903-5262
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Mike Demoss, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Mike specializes in marriage, family, individual and adolescent counseling. He uses the Gottman Method for couple's therapy, Systems Theory for family therapy and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) for adult individuals and adolescents. His Christian background gives him a heartfelt desire to help people heal. Mike's compassion, encouragement and enthusiasm allow him to relate to individuals in a way that helps affect positive change in their lives. Visit Mike's blog to read more about marriage and family counseling.
Family Therapy
(480) 725-3726
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
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.
Family Therapy
(480) 409-2263
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
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".
Family Therapy
(520) 955-6226
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
Sophia Krell, Counselor  in Phoenix
“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.
Family Therapy
(602) 483-6765
Phoenix, Arizona 85023
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.
Family Therapy
(623) 748-4187
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
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
Family Therapy
(602) 459-9063
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
Katherine Bogushefsky, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I believe that everyone has the power to make positive changes in their lives. Whether it be relationship issues, addictions, personal achievement, coping with loss, trauma, depression, or anxiety, I feel I can help guide you through your journey. This is done through the utilization of a variety of counseling techniques and a down to earth, reality based, direct approach to therapy. I attempt to provide a very supportive, safe, and at times, lighthearted environment in which life changes can occur.
Family Therapy
(480) 382-7902
Phoenix, Arizona 85048
Nicole Balles, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Therapy provides a unique opportunity to develop a safe and supportive relationship to assist in creating meaningful change in your life. I provide individual, couples, family, and group therapy for a variety of issues: depression, anxiety, relationship/marital concerns, trauma, self-harming behaviors, emotion regulation difficulties, self-esteem, chronic pain, and sexual issues. Through encouragement and a nonjudgmental approach, I will work with you to identify your strengths as well as underlying issues. We will work collaboratively to develop a plan that fits your needs, whether you are looking for short-term, goal-directed therapy or long-term therapeutic support.
Family Therapy
(602) 635-2271
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Katie Hammans, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I graduated from Arizona State University in 2007 with a Masters in Social Work, and became licensed by the state of Arizona in September 2012. I have over 5 years of experience working with preteens, teenagers and young adults. My clients often come to me because of issues relating to anxiety, divorce, depression and or trauma. I work from a Strength Based perspective, but also utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Rational Emotive Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Family Therapy
(602) 618-9191
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
Lilian Borges Zeig, Counselor  in Phoenix
“After 18 years of experience I help patients with a variety of approaches and techniques that include: Ericksonian Hypnosis, CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), EFT (Emotion Focused Therapy), ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), Family Therapy, Couples Therapy, Mindfulness, Meditation and Transpersonal. The treatment of depression, anxiety, marital problems, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder, OCD, pain management, relational problems, communication problems, and many other psychological problems can be done in a memorable, experiential, dynamic way. My approach is very practical and focused in the present and in behavioral change.
Family Therapy
(480) 409-2407
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
Katharina Von Rhau, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“I LIKE TO FOCUS IN / ON WHAT YOU ARE EXPERIENCING IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP LIFE, WORK LIFE AND INNER FEELINGS AND THOUGHTS. TO FOCUS IN / ON EXPERIENCE IS TO BECOME AWARE OF YOUR EXPERIENCE IN DETAIL, IN GREAT DETAIL SO YOU CAN FIND A GROUND. TO BE IN YOUR GROUND IS TO BE CONTENT. I WORK WITH COUPLES, INDIVIDUALS, GAYS AND LESBIANS. SPANISH SPEAKING PROVIDED. I HAVE HAD 35 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS A THERAPIST AND TRAINED THERAPISTS TO DO GESTALT THERAPY FOR 30 YEARS. PLEASE VISIT MY WEBSITE AT HTTP://PHOENIXWOMENSCOUNSELING.COM
Family Therapy
(602) 508-9018
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
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Family Therapy Therapists
If you're looking for family therapy in Phoenix or for a Phoenix family therapist these professionals provide family therapy services and structural family therapy services. They include family therapists and marriage family therapists. Therapists in Phoenix using the techniques of 'family therapy' (also referred to as marriage and family therapy and family counseling) view change in terms of the systems of interaction between family members.

Family relationships often affect psychological well-being and, regardless of the origin of an issue, or whether it may be the "individual" or "family" who is presenting it, involving the family in the solution can be of great benefit. Families participate directly in sessions during which the family therapist helps conversations in a way that draws upon and builds the strengths, wisdom and support of the wider family unit.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Phoenix have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Phoenix you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Phoenix and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Phoenix or family therapy in Phoenix.