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Therapists in Tucson

Marla G Kuhn, Counselor  in Tucson
“If you are looking at this website you, or someone you love, is hurting and you're not sure what to do about it. Asking a stranger for help is a difficult move to make and I acknowledge the courage that has gotten you this far. I honor that you are doing the very best you can with the knowledge and resources that you currently have available and I can help you build on your own strengths to do even better. A joyful and rewarding life is your birthright and I'd like to help you reclaim that gift.
(520) 549-2037
Tucson, Arizona 85719
Linda Leiphart, Psychologist  in Tucson
“I work with adolescents and adults, struggling with painful emotions, to create a more meaningful life, cope more effectively with stress and improve their relationships. You may be here because your life is feeling a bit out of control. You may be feeling depressed or anxious, possibly frustrated with emotions that change quickly. My approach begin with listening and developing a non-judgmental understanding of what brings you to therapy at this time in your life. We then work together on helping you move toward the life you want to be living.
(520) 704-8297
Tucson, Arizona 85704
Lena Malofeeva, Psychologist  in Tucson
“Need professional help? I work with children, adolescents, and adults, families, and couples to restore balance and bring positive change. I aim to solve problems you face here and now. I use behavioral and cognitive methods that have clear scientific evidence of effectiveness: they do not involve extensive exploration of childhood or unconscious mind. They are active, directive, and educational. I believe therapy should not be a mystery. It is an investment of your time, finances, and energy that should be considered seriously and carefully.
(520) 762-7842
Tucson, Arizona 85704
Pat Williamson, Counselor  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LPC, LISAC, MAC, NCC
“The concept of Heart Mountain Counseling evolved from an actual mountain in Wyoming that moved over 60 miles from a larger mountain range- said to be the largest known instance of land movement on the planet. Geologic pressure moved it from it's original range to it's present site. The thrust of the therapeutic process involves much the same kind of pressure in an emotional sense, and the collaboration I enter into with my clients is to help them transform the pressure in their lives into tremendous positive energy for radical change: to move the mountains in their lives.
(520) 216-4768
Tucson, Arizona 85701
Mary Straus, Counselor  in Tucson
“I approach my practice with an astute clinical understanding of the psyche. From that knowledge base, I use thoughtfulness and kindness, and I appreciate the humor in things while utilizing psychodynamic, family-systems, and mindfulness-oriented techniques. With over 25 years in behavioral health as a psychotherapist, a clinical supervisor, and director of community programs I am comfortable and skilled helping a wide range of problems and a wide range of people. That said, when selecting a counselor it is equally if not more important to consider your impressions of a therapist, including your sense of comfort and trust when you meet.
(520) 447-4152
Tucson, Arizona 85718
Rick Lassiter, Counselor  in Tucson
“Adolescents are part of families, have relationships, and become future parents. Helping them navigate through emotional issues of anger, focusing on schoolwork with ADHD, understanding careers, processing grief and loss, being aware of triggers for substance abuse, will help them along their journey in life. I have worked with adolescents in the middle and high school settings, foster homes,substance abuse facilities, and refugee camps. My "keep it real" approach and eclectic theoretical foundation, allows them to share their whole story and get to the main issue that appears to be hidden.
(520) 955-5079
Tucson, Arizona 85711
Carol Hollander, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MED
“Together we will discuss implications for treatment and what the best approach is for each patient. My approach is to practice psychoanalytic psychotherapy where we will explore dynamics both on an intrapsychic level as well as on an interpersonal one.Treatment involves providing an environment of safety where we can look at the conscious as well as the underlying motivations that affect our relationships with others. I view psychotherapy as a mode of treatment that offers each patient a way of working through difficult areas of their lives with the hope that this will have a liberating effect on their personality and their relationships.
(520) 487-4094
Tucson, Arizona 85716
Sean Flynn, Psychologist  in Tucson
“Carl Rogers, said all that's needed for effective therapy is a good relationship between the psychologist and the patient. A good psychologist needs to be empathetic and genuinely interested in helping, even sharing their own personal experiences when it would be helpful. A good psychologist accepts their patient for who they are and helps their patients accept themselves for who they are at this moment while they work towards achieving more meaning and happiness in their lives.
(520) 733-2524
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Alison VanDyke, Counselor  in Tucson
“I am a licensed Psychotherapist, working with clients of all age ranges. I have 8 years of experience with children and their families, in multiple settings, including a residential treatment center, outpatient agency, and group home setting. I have also worked closely with adults diagnosed with severe mental illness. My training and work experience has been in multiple states, including Illinois, Missouri, New York, and Arizona. I have seven years of post-Masters training and expertise in child psychology, cognitive behavioral therapy, rational living therapy, family therapy, counseling, love and logic parenting, and solution-focused therapy.
(520) 369-4223
Tucson, Arizona 85704
Carol D Warner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LCSW
“I work with a range of issues from substance abuse, stress, depression, couples issues, trauma and abuse, parent guidance issues and more. I have been in private practice for more than 25 years, working both short term and long term with a variety of clients. Therapy is not lightly undertaken. My job is to help you with the problems you bring to the table, and help you discover the answers that are hiding within you. I work in a warm client-centered, interactional style, and actively verbally engage in the process with you. I blend traditional techniques with modern.
(520) 329-4065
Tucson, Arizona 85712
“Suboxone treatment for Opiate dependence client is provided in addition to ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar and other psychiatric illnesses' treatments.
(520) 353-4839
Tucson, Arizona 85719
Southwest Sober Living, Treatment Facility  in Tucson
“It takes more than 30 days to create a lifelong habit, which is why a consistent, structured environment is important in the recovery process. It is also why we encourage a minimum of a 1-month commitment and encourage an even longer stay for a successful outcome. Southwest Sober Living's program is structured to fit each person's individual recovery needs. In addition to maintaining foundations established in treatment, we help residents define personal and professional goals and offer the guidance and support to attain them. Support includes: Monitored drug and alcohol testing, 24-hour on-site house managers, Daily house meetings, Transitional living, Life planning and goal setting, Personal and spiritual growth Personal accountability, Safe and structured living environment, Peer-to-peer support, Individualized exit plan. Additional services available upon request: Transportation, Personal financial management, Academic counseling, Life coaching, Individual psychotherapy, Resume and job placement assistance, Sober companion and escort, Behavioral modification. The transition from a treatment center into everyday life is a sensitive and critical time. A structured sober living environment can help you or your loved one continue to make steps in the right direction toward recovery.
(520) 432-0173
Tucson, Arizona 85704
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SEP
“As I work with clients using newer models of understanding self struggle, we usually discover together that overt or covert unresolved traumatic experiences hinder lasting progress. Most of my clients (adults and children) have been in therapy previously, and often successfully. However desired goals have slipped away or were never totally met. Depression and anxiety increase or return.If addictions are an issue, pressure to use is less manageable. Life becomes more difficult, even intolerable.. . I find it a joy to be with clients as they learn how to have their own joy and understanding of who they are and how to sustain this..
(520) 441-3890
Tucson, Arizona 85715
Steve Wagner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Seeking help to deal with issues in your life takes lots of courage. I respect that greatly. Often the first step of committing to counseling is the biggest hurdle. Whether it's relationship problems, coping with loss or transitions, anxiety, depression, self esteem concerns, there are times when professional assistance can really help. Sometimes counseling goals are accomplished quickly and other times there is a need for longer term and deeper work. I have the training and expertise to do both.
(520) 867-9624
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Barbara Grinnell LPC, Counselor  in Tucson
“To believe in yourself, trust your decisions and gain greater insight as you go through life's challenges: I would like to help you explore possible negative messages that have effected your sense of self I honor the courage it takes to be vulnerable to making changes. I view the therapeutic relationship as sacred, therefore, I provide a safe environment for you to share. My specialties include self esteem/self awareness, grief and loss, ptsd, inner child healing, anxieties, fears, decision making, personal boundaries, and dealing with life transitions.
(520) 433-4183
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Bari Ross, Counselor  in Tucson
“With over 30 years of experience working with children and adults, I have specialized in helping people through grief and loss issues, whether its a loss of their health, the death of a loved one, or a loss such as divorce. I'm experienced in addressing a variety of symptoms including anxiety, depression, trauma, loss, and relationship issues. I have expertise and interest in treating patients and families who are coping with cancer and diabetes, and other serious medical diagnoses and treatments. I am comfortable collaborating with your physician should medication be considered or indicated.
(520) 369-4175
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Dan L Newman, Counselor  in Tucson
“I retired as Assistant Chief from the Tucson Police Department after 25 years. My background and life experiences have given me a unique niche as a Mental Health Counselor. Many of my clients are law enforcement officers/agents and other emergency services personnel and their families, and I work with the "civilian" population as well. I also provide Critical Incident Stress Management services for a variety of companies and organizations, both on-scene as well as post-event therapy. I provide counseling for post-trauma stress,depression, anxiety, stress, relationships, and other issues.
(520) 441-3855
Tucson, Arizona 85711
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life today is highly stressful. Enough stress over a prolonged period of time undermines our potential for living, working, and loving at an optimal level. Work, school, finances, relationships, parenting, health concerns, care taking, and loss can be stressful aspects of life. In additional to external stress there is internal stress caused by unresolved hurts, fears, traumas, negative thoughts, harsh self judgments, and worries. The interplay between the external and internal stress can play havoc with our lives. It can lead to anxiety, depression, addictive behaviors, health related issues, physical/emotional exhaustion and compromised relationships.
(520) 795-2396 x1
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Janet Macgregor, Psychologist  in Tucson
“I specialize in working with men and women who are experiencing anxiety and depression, whose lives are in major transition, due to loss, divorce, career changes, marriage, children, or health conditions. Knowing the value of careful listening, I would see our work as collaborative, working together to identify and establish goals, based on your values, developing skillful coping strategies and finding meaning in the events that have befallen you. My concern is to have people leave me with a sense of mastery and increased ability to live a more authentic joyful life.
(520) 441-1884
Tucson, Arizona 85749
Shari Gootter, Counselor  in Tucson
“Navigating through changes and transitions can be challenging and alienating. I offer a new perspective and a helpful therapeutic partnership. I feel it is a true privilege to be part of one's healing journey. My practice is inspired by Person Centered Therapy and a diverse study of methods ranging from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectic Behavior Therapy, and Acceptance, Commitment, and strengths-based therapy. I believe that no two clients are the same, and that a practice must be an individualized collaboration based on mutual authenticity and honesty. These are among the compassionate qualities which allow for a genuine therapeutic alliance.
(520) 447-4546
Tucson, Arizona 85719
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