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Therapists in Phoenix

Carol Finney, Psychiatric Nurse  in Phoenix
“I work best with clients who are actively seeking to create a life they love and may be experiencing lack of fulfillment due to any of the following circumstances: Depressed or unstable moods that disrupt daily activities; Self-sabotaging behaviors that interfere with ability to function; Troubling thoughts or difficulty with focus and concentration; Anxiety and panic attacks that restrict free self-expression; Problems with anger and impulse control that negatively impact job performance and/or relationship dynamics; A sense of meaninglessness or lack of purpose/questions of an existential or spiritual nature.
(602) 903-4910
Phoenix, Arizona 85003
Suzana Adams Psy.D. LLC, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Most of my work involves working with anxiety, trauma, depression, losses, and life adaptations with children, adolescents, and adults. I also have a strong experience working cross-culturally. My approach is Existential-Humanistic with a strong Psychodynamic base. I may use cognitive-behavioral techniques as well as play and art therapy to help clients achieve harmony between the emotional, intellectual, and physical aspects of life. Treatments aim at maintaining a careful balance of identifying and addressing problems while also emphasizing existing strengths. For more information: suzanaadamspsyd.com Note: No Custody, Immigration, or Forensic Evaluations at this time. No estoy haciendo evaluaciones para imigracion.
(602) 714-9326
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Julia Lesselyong, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist focusing on neuropsychological assessment and therapy for adults and seniors. I have experience and training in clinical practice for older adults including behavioral health consultation in long term care, neuropsychological assessment and treatment of mental disorders in older adults.
(480) 696-6773
Phoenix, Arizona 85013
Charles Kennedy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My ideal client is an adult who has decided that something isn't going well in life, or is facing a transition, and who is prepared to honestly address possible causes and to work to make or accept changes. I assist clients with all relationships, including parenting and caring for elders; dealing with transitions; grief and loss; anxiety/depression; domestic violence, anger management and trauma recovery.
(480) 409-2408
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Beverly Janowitz-Price, Counselor  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, ICADC, CEAP, CSAT, SAP
“I have been a therapist since 1977, starting out working in the substance abuse field. I am also a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist. I firmly believe that the majority of our issues began in childhood, some of which can be very subtle. I like to work with people on healing their underlying issues. I believe in using the therapy process to find our true selves and, ideally, achieve inner peace.
(480) 788-4951
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I can help you with depression , anxiety,grief , loss, and crisis. I have many years of experience , sucessfully treating people in these areas. I understand how difficult it can be, and I can help you. I am only a telephone call away. Pick up the phone , call me now.
(623) 580-5013
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
Aynne Henry, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“My practice is unique. I have two types of clients: One is very high functioning - generally sucessful professionals who want to improve their personal strengths, interpersonal interactions, relationships, and intimacy. The second set are those who have been struggling with a diagnosable mental or physical illness that has not been sucessfully managed. Both may need various clinical treatments which include skill based therapies such as Interpersonal Social Rhythm Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy (Couples & Family), Cognitive-Behavior Therapy or trauma oriented skills such as prolonged exposure therapy, hypnosis, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) - Feeling-State Addiction Therapy, Relaxation & Mindfullness.
(602) 957-2336
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Davis Psychology, Education, & Behavior Solutions, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Dr. Debra Davis specializes in Psycho-Educational Evaluations; Learning Disabilities; Functional Behavior Assessments; Applied Behavior Analysis; Cognitive Behavior Therapy; Behavior Therapy; Parent Consultation and Training; Teacher Consultation; ADHD and Executive Functioning Difficulties; Autism Diagnostics; Developmental Disabilities; and Parenting of Children with Chronic Illness
(480) 467-5498
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
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).
(602) 618-9191
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
Noelle Landay, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSCW
“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. I provide a safe and supportive environment for healing. I am highly passionate about helping you feel empowered while achieving and maintaining your personalized therapeutic goals.
(602) 910-6481
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.
(480) 526-9367
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Taruno Steffensen,   in Phoenix
“Are you finding yourself "stuck in a rut" or repeatedly having the same kind of negative experiences? It may not be "you" (or even other people) causing your suffering. Your autonomic nervous system (ANS) may not be working as well as it can. I specialize in helping people's ANS communicate better between body, brain and mind. This gives relief from anything that involves the sense of "stress", like: Depression, anxiety, relationship problems, trauma, grief-loss, work problems, chronic illness or pain, addictions, fears, phobias, panic attacks, medical procedures and more. You're ANS wants to work better, I'll show you how.
(928) 277-4919
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Mina Reyes, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Each of us have burdens that become overwhelming at times including anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief, and others. Learn how to accept, cope and move forward towards a fuller life through counseling. As a therapist I draw on multiple different models and help you learn how to utilize coping skills and mindful living to overcome difficulties.
(443) 988-0185
Phoenix, Maryland 21131
Melissa Estavillo, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“"The greatest thing in the world is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are moving." By Oliver Wendell Holmes. Within my practice, it is our goal to create an environment of support, acceptance, and resources that help people through their distress to a place of healing and hope. Whether you are looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation or you are just ready to move in a new life direction, our office can provide you with the resources to help you achieve your goals.
(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 85004
Deborah Partington, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“For the past 11 years I have worked with individuals experiencing a variety of life challenges, including chronic mental illness. In my practice, I work with adolescents (16 years and older) and adults struggling with depression and/or anxiety and feel locked into a less-than-optimal way of being. My practice is based on Existential-Humanistic prinicples. I believe all people hold within themselves the path to healthier living. Through learning to focus on the Present, I help indiviudals find deeper understanding and satisfaction in themselves, their relationships, and their daily lives.
(602) 954-9185
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Walter R Long, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Life is not always easy for everybody, and everybody needs help sometimes.
(602) 903-4235 x154
Phoenix, Arizona 85021
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.
(480) 646-4730
Phoenix, Arizona 85028
“Man or woman facing troubling anxiety or sadness, particularly PTSD. Insurance coverage not necessary -sliding scale available -average length of treatment about fifteen sessions. I have much experience helping young men battling pornography addiction.
(602) 903-4812
Phoenix, Arizona 85060
Meagan Foxx, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Life can be challenging, difficult and painful at times. Do you feel a sense of emptiness or find yourself thinking something is wrong with you or that you are all alone? You are not alone and there is hope. We all have inherent worth and value as well as the ability to be happy. As your therapist, I will join with you in your journey and create a safe, nonjudgmental space to begin your process of healing.
(602) 714-8925
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
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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.

How to find a specialist?
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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.