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Gay Clients Therapists in Phoenix

Carolyn J. Cavanaugh Toft, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Carolyn J Cavanaugh Toft, Ph.D. (also known as "Dr. C") enjoys working with a wide range of clients, and specializes in the treatment of bulimia, compulsive overeating, relationship difficulties, depression, and anxiety disorders. She also likes to work with individuals experiencing work stress and contemplating a career change. She is an empathic and dedicated professional who works to provide a safe environment for her clients.
Gay Clients
(480) 712-5177
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
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 Clients
(602) 459-9610
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Beverly Yoches, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“I believe in a holistic approach to treatment, which incorporates the mind, body and spirit. I often use a client-centered, strengths-based approach which focuses on problem-solving and overcoming barriers that impede personal growth.
Gay Clients
(602) 748-4061
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
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.
Gay Clients
(602) 663-9781
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Therese Giedraitis Hensler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I specialize in counseling for adults, youth, and families to help them find life balance and bravery. My focus includes shame, self-esteem, abuse/trauma, grief/loss, anxiety, depression, life transitions, and relationship issues. My approach is integrated, blending modalities from Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Shame Resilience, Family Systems, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness, and Solution-Focused Therapy. I hope to provide you a collaborative, peaceful, and confidential environment so healing can begin.
Gay Clients
(480) 374-4761
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Marbi Gallaway, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I work with Substance Abuse, Sex Addiction, Co-Sex Addiction, Trauma, PTSD, Anxiety, Grief, Codependency, Eating Disorders, and Depression. I offer individual counseling and hold a long standing women's group. Through my customized Genogram workshop I help individuals and couples define their family of origin influences and therapy work. I can work in conjunction with your therapist improving the continuum of care.
Gay Clients
(480) 409-2381
Phoenix, Arizona 85015
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.
Gay Clients
(480) 409-2351
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
Danielle Fragnito, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I have 10 years of experience providing solution-focused short and long term therapy. I take an open-minded approach to client wellness and consider the client's family traditions, lifestyle, work life, cultural and spiritual beliefs. My goal, as a Counselor and a Life Coach, is to work together with you to help you reach your desired goal. Please feel free to call me at 602-509-6974 or visit my website. I look forward to hearing from you.
Gay Clients
(480) 409-2379
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
Stanley Stern, Psychiatrist  in Phoenix
“I like to help folks who have depression, anxiety, relationship/sexual issues, ADHD, OCD, PTSD of childhood and adult trauma, addictions and those in transition regarding their personal and work lives. My approach is one of compassion and helpfulness along with expertise utilizing my skills and talents. As a mature and experienced psychiatrist and psychoanalyst and having served on the faculties of Yale Univ and Univ Calif San Diego Schols of Medicine, Depts. of Psychiatry, I am uniqely able to relate to people who need psychotherapy and/or medication. Working withpeople and witnessing their improvement is a special joy for me.
Gay Clients
(602) 840-5614
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Jason Fierstein, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Welcome! I'm Jason, and I specialize in working with men and couples. My practice, Phoenix Men's Counseling, helps work with men just like you (or your husband, partner, or relative) with the issues that guys struggle with most, such as stress, depression, cheating, marriage/relationship issues, "nice guy" syndrome (guys who have a hard time saying 'no'), anger, and emotional intimacy, among others. As a guy, I know what men deal with, and work to create a counseling environment that men can relate to, feel heard and find new solutions to their problems.
Gay Clients
(480) 409-2295
Phoenix, Arizona 85008
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 Clients
(623) 295-9448
Phoenix, Arizona 85003
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 Clients
(646) 872-7304
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Carol Farmer Markson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, ACSW, LCSW
“If you are looking at my profile you are probably in some distress. I offer a safe and comforting environment to assist you in dealing with your distress. It is my job to help you sort out what you are feeling, understand what is happening and, together, develop a plan that will accomplish your intended goals. We will work collaboratively; however, I will offer you specific direction and help you create new coping strategies that will assist you in managing your life and relationships more effectively.
Gay Clients
(480) 409-2291
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
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, 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.
Gay Clients
(480) 426-8540
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
Stonewall Institute, Treatment Facility  in Phoenix
“Stonewall Institute is a licensed outpatient substance abuse facility located in Phoenix, Arizona. We offer a holistic approach of care in an upscale office environment designed to address the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual components necessary for recovery from chemical dependency issues. Major health insurance accepted and sliding scale rates available.
Gay Clients
(602) 910-2317
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Martin Keller, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Dr. Keller is a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology with special interest in counseling and psychotherapy with adults, children, teenagers, couples, and families. He also provides consultation to organizations. Dr. Keller completed his undergraduate training at Temple University, his masters from Columbia University. His Doctorate is from Rutgers University. His internship was at the Rutgers Counseling Center. He is on the Staff of Scottsdale Healthcare, John C. Lincoln, and Paradise Valley Hospital. Dr. Keller was awarded Diplomates from the American Academy of Counseling and Psychotherapy, The American Academy of Behavioral Medicine, and the American Board of Sexology.
Gay Clients
(602) 996-8619 x104
Phoenix, Arizona 85028
Sandra Nettles, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSSW
“I help couples restore their love, intimacy & trust, individuals manage their anger and individuals with sexual addiction stop the roller coaster.
Gay Clients
(480) 409-2322
Phoenix, Arizona 85021
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.
Gay Clients
(602) 471-1249
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
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.
Gay Clients
(480) 525-8386
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Doug Malm, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I specialize in providing treatment for individuals experiencing difficulties including but not limited to: relationship or marital problems, codependency, depression, anxiety, trauma, problems with regulating emotions, eating disorders, physical pain, self-harming behaviors, and social phobias.
Gay Clients
(480) 409-2454
Phoenix, Arizona 85014

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Gay Counseling in Phoenix for Gay Clients

If you're gay or are looking for help with being gay in Phoenix or for a Phoenix gay Therapist, these professionals provide therapy for gays in Phoenix and counseling for gays or gay clients. Not all those listed here are gay themselves. They are sensitive to the gay lifestyle in Phoenix or Phoenix homosexual life, including gay couples, gay marriage in Phoenix, gay teens and gay parenting. Counseling may include LGBT Counseling in Phoenix, LGBTQ or Phoenix GLBT Counseling.

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.