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Mental Retardation Therapists in Arizona (AZ)

Paula J McCall, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“My primary goal in practice is to assist children and adolescents with a variety of needs in reaching their full potential. As a professional and as a parent of two young children, I know that it can be incredibly challenging to manage the needs that arise in the development of a child. I seek to provide services that better equip a child or adolescent to make positive choices, to overcome and move forward from significant loss and negative experiences, to feel good about him or herself, and to feel capable of achieving all that he or she desires.
Mental Retardation
(480) 685-5896
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
Mark Treegoob, Psychologist  in Glendale
“I work with children 11 or over through adolescence, and adults of all ages.
Mental Retardation
(480) 409-2321
Glendale, Arizona 85308
Della S Lusk, Psychologist  in Flagstaff
“The Arizona Behavioral Health Associates provide comprehensive treatment programs for clients seeking guidance through changes and difficulties in their lives. Our providers have extensive experience in counseling children, adolescents and families. Dr. Della Lusk's practice focuses primarily on individual psychotherapy, but she also offers group, couples and family counseling.
Mental Retardation
(928) 774-7997
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
Kuo-Yi Chung, Psychologist  in Mesa
“I am a licensed psychologist in the state of Arizona. I conduct psychological assessments and provide treatments to children, adults, couples and families on issues including depression, anxiety, bipolar, schizophrenia, loss and grief, trauma and abuse, life span transitions, relational problems, acculturation, as well as other psychological, spiritual, and existential issues. My style is empathic and I emphasize collaborative relationships with clients. I hope to help my clients build on their strengths to cope with life challenges. I am bilingual in Mandarin Chinese and English and have worked with people from a broad array of backgrounds.
Mental Retardation
(480) 646-3296
Mesa, Arizona 85210
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.
Mental Retardation
(602) 459-9049
Phoenix, Arizona 85021
Counselor, PhD
“A brain development expert and published research author, Curtis Cripe currently practices neuroengineering at NTL Group. Curtis Cripe entered the field of behavioral medicine after a successful engineering career in which he helped orchestrate the first Mars landing at JPL and managed software development for DOD projects. Cripe's accomplishments in the behavioral medicine field include the creation of Crossroads Institute, an organization that helps family members who have suffered brain injuries or face learning disabilities. He has also developed programs designed to nurture brain development in young people who are developmentally delayed and help injured adults recover brain function.
Mental Retardation
(602) 904-5064
Scottsdale, Arizona 85255
Annie Pratt-Ferguson,   in Tucson
“I have a graduate certificate in Trauma and Bereavement. My primary experience is in acute psychiatric social work and intensive out patient treatment. I also have experience in the field of oncology social work and am able to address issues in children, adults and families who face serious illness in a loved one, as well as the dying process and bereavement issues.
Mental Retardation
(520) 254-0614
Tucson, Arizona 85716
Christine Jensen, Counselor  in Prescott
“Feeling emotionally safe, respected, and heard is the foundation of my therapeutic practice. My specific approach depends a great deal on you and what areas in your life you would like to address. I work with adults, couples, adolescents, and children 5 & up on a variety of issues including: life transitions, depression, anxiety, parenting, and grief.
Mental Retardation
(928) 248-8747
Prescott, Arizona 86301
A Better Today Recovery Services, Treatment Facility  in Scottsdale
“All members of our staff of professionals are full-time, permanent employees of A Better Today Recovery Services. Many other treatment centers utilize either part-time or contracted professionals to treat their clients.
Mental Retardation
(623) 800-7617
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
“Suboxone treatment for Opiate dependence client is provided in addition to ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar and other psychiatric illnesses' treatments.
Mental Retardation
(520) 353-4839
Tucson, Arizona 85719
Young Mind Center, Inc., Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Dr. Amanda Wood is a licensed clinical psychologist with 15 years of training and expertise in the field of developmental disabilities and social-cognitive delays. Dr. Wood takes a collaborative approach to treatment, meaning that parents, siblings, and caregivers may play an integral role in the therapeutic process. As many children behave differently when visiting the doctor's office, Dr. Wood incorporates home, school, and/or community visits to better understand your child.
Mental Retardation
(602) 663-9119
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Lori Boston, Counselor  in Tucson
“As we journey through life, many factors blend to form who we are today. When we experience hurts, abuses, traumatic events, or unhealthy relationships we learn to find survival mechanisms that served their purpose at the time but are no longer effective in the present. I use a client-centered approach tailored to meet your individual needs to find the best path to healing. I chose counseling as a career because I have had a life-long passion for helping people.
Mental Retardation
(520) 394-4880
Tucson, Arizona 85719
Marilyn Cabay, Psychologist  in Scottsdale
“I am a licensed psychologist dedicated to helping people facing emotional, social and cognitive challenges. My approach to psychotherapy draws from person-centered, cognitive-behavioral, and psychodynamic theories. With compassion and respect I work to help individuals find personal strength and resilience to experience a better quality of life.
Mental Retardation
(602) 717-2589
Scottsdale, Arizona 85251
Lori Long, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Have you ever been concerned about your child's schoolwork, feelings, behaviors, ability to make friends, or general development? I am a licensed psychologist and nationally certified school psychologist specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of children and adolescents ages 2-19 with learning disabilities and dyslexia, autism/asperger's disorder, developmental disabilities, anxiety disorders, and ADHD. Diagnoses are based on comprehensive evaluations. The purpose of an evaluation is to help you better understand your child's individual strengths and weaknesses and to provide school (e.g., IEP, 504) and home-based recommendations tailored to your child's unique needs.
Mental Retardation
(602) 368-3282
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
Allison Solomon, Psychologist  in Chandler
“Are you looking for treatment that provides timely and lasting results within a safe, comfortable, and non-judgmental environment? Evidence-based psychotherapies are treatments that are based on scientific research to be highly effective for a wide variety of psychological problems. As a specialist in evidence-based practice, my approach is most often short-term (8-24 sessions) and uses techniques to help you to resolve present-day concerns, by modifying unhealthy thinking and behavioral patterns, and by empowering you (or your child) with well-established strategies to enable you to serve as your own therapist for life.
Mental Retardation
(480) 448-2941
Chandler, Arizona 85286
Stephen Streitfeld, Psychiatrist  in Tucson
“Stephen Streitfeld, M.D. is board certified in general psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry. He is a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. He treats every patient as a unique individual in assessing their mental health issues and needs. His practice is focused on treating patients with the latest and best available psychiatric treatment options available combining compassion with excellent clinical skills in a safe, confidential treatment environment. Patients are provided with an individualized comprehensive evaluation and treatment plan that allows then to evaluate their treatment options allowing them to make the best informed decision regarding their care.
Mental Retardation
(520) 314-3987
Tucson, Arizona 85715
Ugo Uche, Counselor  in Tucson
“As a therapist, I work to guide people who are in a place of being emotionally stuck, to an agreed upon place of wellness and thriving. When we become emotionally stuck we become our own worst enemies; as we routinely engage in behaviors detrimental to our well being. My approach with clients is based on a client focused perspective. I believe all clients to include minors, know themselves better than anyone else. This approach is vital as it empowers clients to decide upon which evidence based therapeutic strategy works best for their emotional growth.
Mental Retardation
(520) 955-5208
Tucson, Arizona 85710
Neil I Clark, Psychologist  in Mesa
“If you are looking for a comprehensive evaluation of your unique history, symptoms and concerns, I can help. I am a Licensed Psychologist who has provided assessment, counseling and consulting services for more than twenty-five years for a wide diversity of clients (3000+). My services include assessment, diagnosis and documentation of cognitive and memory impairments, personality disorders, psychotic disorders, substance abuse, learning disabilities, developmental disorders, impulse control disorders, anxiety disorders and depressive disorders. My consultative evaluation services have been requested by clients, concerned parents, physicians, counselors, attorneys, schools, law enforcement and security agencies, social service agencies and the courts.
Mental Retardation
(480) 305-0252
Mesa, Arizona 85206
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.
Mental Retardation
(520) 762-7842
Tucson, Arizona 85704
Danita Applewhite,   in Mesa
“For over thirty years, I have worked with adult students and employees, including Veterans, with a variety of emotional and psychosocial challenges related to mental/learning disabilities, As a rehabilitation counselor and professor of psychology, I have witnessed their struggle to manage disability,pain, work schedules, and their family responsibilities. I am committed to supporting Adult Learners achieve success at school and work. I'm an Army Veteran and give preference to other Veterans.The ideal client is willing to change the perception of "disabled" to "differently-abled". I conduct sessions online and host the Student2Teacher radio talk show.
Mental Retardation
(480) 207-3476
Mesa, Arizona 85205

Mental Retardation Therapists
Mental retardation (otherwise known as general learning disability or intellectual disability) is a generalized disorder appearing before adulthood, characterized by significantly impaired cognitive functioning. These Therapists in Arizona (AZ) can provide professional help working with the parents or guardians of children or adolescents who are mentally retarded (or have general learning disabilities or intellectual disabilities). The term 'intellectual disability' or 'intellectually challenged' is now preferred by most folks in the English-speaking world.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Arizona (AZ) have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Arizona (AZ) you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Arizona (AZ) and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Arizona (AZ) or family therapy in Arizona (AZ).