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Therapists in Phoenix

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.
(602) 471-1249
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Joanna Jablonski, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Dr. Joanna Jablonski holds a doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology. She completed her pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral residency at Southwest Behavioral Health in Phoenix. Dr. Jablonski maintains specialty independent practice and works as Clinical Director at Southwest Behavioral Health where she is engaged in training and supervision of doctoral students and clinically overseeing residential treatment facilities. She is also an Adjunct Professor at Argosy and Midwestern Universities. She provides individual, group, and couples psychotherapy. Her current areas of specialty include anxiety and mood disorders, addictions, stress/anger management, relationship issues, geriatrics, and psychotic disorders.
(602) 910-2390
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Beth Scott Kozan,   in Phoenix
“I have a desire to empower people touched by adoption who find themselves stuck in discomfort. A woman or a couple deciding to end 'doctoring' to pursue adoption; a birth parent realizing trust issues may be related to their adoption decision years ago; divorcing adoptive parents feeling an extra burden for not staying together; an adoption plan that promised open communication but is stalled; an adult adoptee pondering a search for birth parents; these are all situations I'm familiar with.
(602) 492-3890
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
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.
(602) 459-9049
Phoenix, Arizona 85021
Alanya (Lanie) Smith, Art Therapist  in Phoenix
“Are you tired of holding it all together and being controlled by your emotions? Are you overwhelmed and continuously comparing yourself but never measure up? Are you secretly terrified of not being good enough and disappointed by life and relationships? Life is too short to continue on this way...you can experience more confidence and joy by letting go of chronic self doubt and insecurity! You can stop working so hard and beating yourself up along the way. Together we can uncover your natural strengths and cultivate true joy!
(480) 725-5824
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Mary Casciano Lovely, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Some of the time, picking up the phone to make an appointment seems like an enormous task. Especially, when you already feel overwhelmed with whatever is happening in your life. It is my hope, that together we will be able to relieve some of that burden. A positive counseling relationship can be an enormous support when you are looking to make changes in your life.
(480) 405-0872
Phoenix, Arizona 85051
Judith McHale, Counselor  in Phoenix
“The relationship between therapist and client is unique. Time spent together is purposefully structured to support that uniqueness and establish a framework and rhythm for working. Our work together will be centered in a spirit of safety, dignity, and respect at all times for your goals and needs.
(480) 351-1823
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Judith Wellek, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Experience counts. I have over 30 years experience in a variety of theories. For 20 years I have taught psychotherapy to Medical Doctors in a Psychiatric Training Program. A therapist must ask the correct questions and accurately asssess the client's difficulties. Then the work can begin. Experience counts.
(602) 663-9093
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Kristen Smith, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LISAC, MAPC
“For the past several years I have been providing effective treatement for: Relational issues, Marriage/Premarital counseling, Post traumatic stress disorder, Women's issues. Infidelity/Imtimacy Recovery, Recent or past trauma loss, Addictions recovery, Anxieties depression, panic disorder.
(602) 492-3479
Phoenix, Arizona 85032
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.
(480) 666-8494
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Leanne Grant, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Welcome, anxious women! It's great that you're finally doing something for yourself. Anxious women tend to be overwhelmed, feel that we don't matter, feel disappointed by our partner not supporting us, and worried about not being the best mom, wife, or employee that we can be. We tend to feel like life is spinning out of our reach. Many times, we even doubt ourselves and our ability to be effective. Does this describe you? I know what you're going through, and I can help.
(520) 369-4383
Phoenix, Arizona 85008
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
Wade Cordell  in Phoenix
“My primary goal in practice is to help individuals, marriages and families with a variety of needs to reach their full potential. I desire to help my clients learn to manage their stress, find better solutions to conflict, and to overall enhance their life. It is my desire to help those who see me to lead the successful, enjoyable life they deserve. Our practice is conveniently located off of 1-10 and US 60. Please feel free to call for a free phone consultation and more information!
(602) 459-9670
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
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.
(480) 525-8386
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Anthony Sparacino, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I am passionate about helping adults broaden and deepen a comprehensive approach toward obtaining optimum mental health. In my personal and professional opinion, the experience of stress and mental health problems are primarily due to the interaction between socio-environmental factors and an individual's brain health. Utilizing multiple interventions such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Neurofeedback, and Dr. Daniel Amen Clinics Brain System approach, I am able treat the specific brain systems influenced by past physical or psychological damage. Clients can attain more efficient and enduring outcomes to feel and function better in their life.
(602) 714-9968
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
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
Jeniffer Whitmer,   in Phoenix
“I have had over 15 years of coaching experience. My coaching career started at an early age working with adolescents in recovery from drugs, alcohol, codependence and the like. Shortly after, I then began working with adults
(602) 483-6819
Phoenix, Arizona 85022
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
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
InterventionASAP, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Phoenix
“Our focus is helping people that care about someone struggling with an addiction that is resistant to facing and addressing their problem (denial that such a problem exists). Being trained in all models of a addiction intervention we blend approaches to provide the most effective results based on the unique aspects of your situation Through the intervention process, we work together to facilitate entry into treatment for a loved ones addiction. Our collaborative intervention process educating, coaching and empowering people that care by taking action in the form of a professionally led intervention. WE TRAVEL NATIONWIDE TO HELP FAMILIES
(602) 492-5341
Phoenix, Arizona 85022
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