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Gay Issues Therapists in Phoenix

Lindsey R Buckman, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“As a psychologist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and help you find ways to be your best self. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can use them to better understand and resolve the current challenges in your life. By working collaboratively, we will work to adjust behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
Gay Issues
(888) 696-6798
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Christian Bracamonte, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Phoenix
“As a Couples Therapist with a focus on sexuality, Christian specializes in providing a safe, authentic environment for overcoming your deepest emotional and sexual impasses. It is Christian's passion to help you and your loved ones move toward a place of understanding, attunement, and hopefulness. Throughout his career, Christian has cultivated an extensive background in social justice and LGBTQ+ activism, allowing him to enter each therapeutic relationship with an open mind and genuine interest in your experiences. It is Christian's goal to provide heartfelt, judgment-free therapeutic services to couples/families of all sexual and gender identities.
Gay Issues
(623) 552-5605
Office is near:
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
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.
Gay Issues
(646) 872-7304
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Rob L Austin,   in Phoenix
“As a Life Coach I will ask powerful questions that will bring awareness to areas of your life that could be holding you back from your full potential. In our sessions together you will become empowered to shift, change, and delete what is not longer serving you in your life. Whether you're seeking personal, work, or relationship coaching I will give you the tools to continue to evolve your life.
Gay Issues
(480) 428-0855
Phoenix, Arizona 85013
Mandee Rowley, Counselor  in Phoenix
“My philosophy for all of the work that I do is rooted in the belief that we are all capable of being empowered individuals that can manifest what we seek in our personal, professional, relational, and spiritual lives. I believe that life is a spiritual experience and that discovering meaning and purpose are of utmost importance to overall well being. I am committed to treating the "whole" person and believe in the connection between mind, body, and spirit. Healing comes when we truly discover our own personal value and worth, find the purpose in experience, and learn to live fully.
Gay Issues
(602) 903-7784
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Linda Buscemi, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Life is ever changing. If we obtain the right tools in therapy we will be better equipped to handle these changes. To be successful in therapy is being ready to be vulnerable, challenged, and open to investigating not only what we think, but why we think as we do. We are products of our experiences. Exploring our perceptions are important, more importantly how we deliver, receive, and interpret information is key. If you are willing and able to discuss and process concerns will allow you the freedom to move forward in your journey of love, life, and healthy relationships.
Gay Issues
(602) 459-9610
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Cheryl L Wheeler, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Together we learn how to apply analytic thinking from business application and adapt it to creating a catalyst of change. This change occurs when we are able to see full spectrum, our reactions and reactive behaviors. Finding inner peace, is ultimately the journey we take together, in finding and making meaning in your life! When you are ready to take a journey of self discovery and find healthy personal empowerment, call me. Let the journey begin! Please note coaching sessions are not to be considered psychotherapy in nature, and are not appropriate for Serious Mental Health Illness'.
Gay Issues
(602) 334-9554
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Kathy Mohr-Almeida, Counselor  in Phoenix
“In my practice, you will find sincere warmth and acceptance. Together we will create a healing plan which meets your needs and goals.I enjoy meeting people with diverse backgrounds, and understand that one size does not fit all. I suggest contemporary clinical models in tandem with what is unique and culturally appropriate for you. I respect and honor your belief systems, be they Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Native American or other. Hablo espanol, y puede contactarme por telefono para discutir como puedo ayudarles. Trabajo con esposos, ninos, familias, y individuales. Mi pasion es el trabajo de trauma - puedo ayudarle rapidamente!
Gay Issues
(480) 685-5609
Hosts group in:
Phoenix, Arizona 85003
Vaughn Tsoutsouris, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“The challenges people experience are not things to be ashamed of, but rather the result of being human in a world filled with judgments, expectations, and criticism. At times, our world is overly harsh and demanding, and the essence of who we are becomes stifled. My approach to therapy is to bring forward the most genuine part of people, the one that is often motivated towards growth, self-understanding, and enlightenment. I believe the relationship between the therapist and the patient in the present moment offers powerful opportunities for such growth to take place.
Gay Issues
(602) 714-8806
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
Michael Cooter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am very competent in addressing and processing issues related to dependency/ addiction to substances and "process" addictions,i.e. work, exercise, perfectionism, codependency. I enjoy and have a passion working with clients who are motivated and have clearly defined goals.
Gay Issues
(928) 852-7733
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Kathleen Britton, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I view my work as a true calling. When I work with people, I believe that no one besides the person I work with is THEIR own best authority. We all have what we need right within our thoughts, beliefs, ideals and experiences. Life's path sometimes causes us to lose sight of those resources and that's where helpers come in.I have also come to believe that experience is what gets us into "trouble" and it's experience that can get us out. I love what I do, because I like people and the stories they share.
Gay Issues
(623) 748-1184
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
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.
Gay Issues
(480) 409-2263
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
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.
Gay Issues
(602) 635-2271
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Caleb Mitchell, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I approach each client as an individual with unique qualities and stories. I am an eclectic relational therapist who utilizes both talk therapy and experiential therapies (i.e. art therapy, therapeutic use of literature, etc) to explore the client's internal world. I seek to help the client find coping skills (DBT) that work for him/her to replace those that are ineffective. I believe that all issues a client faces there is a spiritual dynamic. My hope is to invite each client to encounter his/her humanness and encourage him/her towards autonomy and relational intimacy with his/herself, others, and God.
Gay Issues
(623) 295-9448
Phoenix, Arizona 85003
Rene' Broussard, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I work with individuals, couples and families experiencing relationship difficulties, anxiety or depression, and other life transitions or concerns. I have considerable experience working with Adolescents, LGBTQ Individuals, and people addressing addiction issues. A non-judgemental, accepting, open, and determined Counselor, ready to focus each session on wherever you are ready to take it, I trust in your innate ability to grow in the direction you most need, and are most ready. I am here to carefully observe, nurture and assist in clarifying your chosen direction.
Gay Issues
(480) 382-4906
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Julie Espinoza Malm, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Individual (Adults/Adolescents), family and group therapy for: depression and anxiety related issues, trauma, impulsive and self-harming behaviors, self-esteem, relationship issues and more. Whether you are seeking acceptance and a trusted attentive ear, or specific techniques designed for significant change; my therapeutic approach will be tailored to serve your needs. I have worked in the mental health field for over 13 years and have trained in EMDR, intensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) by Behavioral Tech, and have completed a one-year residency training in cognitive behavioral therapies for a variety of disorders.
Gay Issues
(480) 409-2299
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Kimberly Kino, Counselor  in Phoenix
“INDIVIDUAL, FAMILY, AND RELATIONSHIP COUNSELING. I generally work with adults, and teens. I have twenty years of experience in counseling psychology with an array of issues and specialties. The most rewarding client is the one that wants to grow and change.
Gay Issues
(480) 526-9367
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Judith M Browne, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“As a clinical psychologist, I specialize in Mindfulness based, Transpersonal and Depth psychotherapy for individuals age 14 and older. I treat a variety of issues: anxiety, self-esteem, depression and grief, personal growth and integration of non-ordinary states of consciousness. My goal is to provide a safe environment for you to explore and gain a deeper access to your inner self, improve your self-knowledge,and provide you with effective tools to better deal with intense emotions, improve personal relationships, become more productive, and reach your next level of development. You can find my website at www.drjudibrowne.com
Gay Issues
(602) 486-8120
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
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.
Gay Issues
(480) 845-0970
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Amra Stafford, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Having difficulty coping with a stressful situation? Maybe you feel down or anxious. Or perhaps it feels like the same problems and relationship issues keep repeating. I provide results-oriented psychotherapy to help you feel better, while helping to resolve the root causes of your difficulties. My clients are interested in medium to longer-term psychotherapy and have often (though not necessarily) been in therapy before. My approach is kind, supportive, direct, and sometimes humorous.
Gay Issues
(602) 904-5012
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
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