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Medicare Therapists in Arizona (AZ)

Neal Hugh Olshan, Psychologist  in Scottsdale
“Have you found the stress of life overwhelming? Are you finding yourself withdrawing from your spouse? Do you always feel anxious or depressed? Do you feel as though you've lost control of your children? Have addictions taken control of your life? Do you feel that you are a failure? Are there times that you have difficulty controlling your anger? Are you in an abusive relationship? Do you want to improve your performance in sports activities? Do you feel that your children need a boost to their mindset as it applies to sports activities and academics?
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(480) 630-3549
Scottsdale, Arizona 85254
Glenda R Thieking, Psychologist  in Glendale
“You may be feeling overwhelmed. Nothing has gone the way you had planned. You are grieving the losses of your dreams and now have to find new ones. Sometimes you realize you have been in abusive relationships, whether with partners, parents, adult children and employers, and can no longer stay. My approach to this is to recognize the fact that you can't change other people, you can only change yourself. You can use your past experiences as learning, both what you don't and do want. Once you do this, you can become more clear about which decisions are in your best interest.
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(602) 388-1019
Glendale, Arizona 85308
Rebbeca Lahann, Psychologist  in Gilbert
“Dr. Lahann offers psychotherapy and psychological assessment services. She can assist with a variety of problems including depression, anxiety and relationship issues. She can also help clarify diagnoses for treatment or assist with mental health assessment or evaluation. Her office offers a safe and confidential environment in which to discuss your personal issues as we work together to find ways to balance your life.
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(602) 492-3025
Gilbert, Arizona 85295
“I am trained as a generalist psychologist with clinical experience in a number of areas. My primary practice orientation is cognitive behavior therapy. I believe in psychotherapy and the ability of people to make changes in their lives to alleviate distress, develop new coping skills, and to meet their goals. I am a one person office and when you contact me you will probably reach my confidential voice mail. Please leave a message. I will return your call. I know it can be difficult to make that first call. Please do.
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(480) 409-2429
Tempe, Arizona 85283
Elizabeth Matthews PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
“As an experienced clinician , I understand how choosing the "right" therapist can be a challenge. Just the idea of talking to a "stranger" about your problems can be overwhelming.. Let me tell you despite the fact those feelings are very common and natural , many of my clients have told me that coming to therapy have been one of the best decisions they have made in their life. I believe in holistic approaches that brings theoretical and practical integration which includes all aspects of a person: physical, mental, and spiritual, within a physical and social context. .
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(520) 895-4734
Tucson, Arizona 85715
Sarah Edmonds, Psychologist  in Prescott
“Trying to stay on top of the demands of daily life--work, relationships, finances--can be stressful! If an unexpected crisis comes along on top of that, it can tip us over the edge. It can become difficult to cope much less experience peace, joy, and contentment! I have quite a lot of training in Coherence Therapy http://www.coherencetherapy.org/ Using this relatively brief, experiential work I can help you discover underlying dilemmas that keep symptoms stuck in place. I'm interested in helping people transform, not just put on bandaids.
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(928) 224-1996
Prescott, Arizona 86303
Susan E. Schwartz, Psychologist  in Paradise Valley
“Finding yourself is a journey involving mind, body and soul. The path begins with loss, grief, depression and despair. Through psychological understanding these transform into new ways of being. Describing this Carl Jung wrote, "In each of us there is another whom we do not know. She/he speaks to us in dreams and tells us how differently he/she sees us from the way we see ourselves. When we find ourselves in a difficult situation to which there is no solution, she/he can sometimes kindle a light that radically alters our attitude--the very attitude that led into the difficult situation."
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(602) 508-8761
Spectrum Psychology and Wellness, LLC, Psychologist  in Gilbert
“Spectrum Psychology and Wellness was formed in order to meet the holistic needs of our community. Our approach is strength-based and person centered. Our practitioners specialize in issues across all ages and stages of life. Our intention is to meet the needs of the ever-evolving integrated healthcare landscape. Our aim is to treat the whole patient in one, central place, by adopting a multi-dimensional approach that explores the relationship between mental health and physical conditions. SPW will work with your healthcare team to provide coordinated patient care that meets your unique needs and those of your family.
Medicare
(480) 405-0649
Gilbert, Arizona 85295
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.
Medicare
(520) 867-9624
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Dr. Jennifer K. Bradley, Psy. D., LLC, Psychologist  in Mesa
“Do you feel like you are having a difficult time in your life? Is there a decision weighing heavily on you? Are you depressed? Are you Anxious? If you feel like life has become so overwhelming that you can't breathe, I can help you! In my comfortable, safe and accepting office we will work together to discover your "Awesome" unique strengths. Also, together we can "peel back the layer of the onion" to the heart of the matter, so you can live a more balanced lifestyle.
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(480) 428-4454
Mesa, Arizona 85202
Sabra J House, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Scottsdale
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I welcome the patient or couple who comes in wanting guidance, suggestions or tools to deal with their issues. I honor and respect the patient who comes in wanting to heal. I am a therapist who talks. After more than thirty years in practice, ten in Michigan and more than twenty years in Arizona, I have wisdom, experience and perspectives on human nature that translate into healing, resolution, new perspectives, and improved relationships. We work together to heal the traumas of the past, to cope with the challenges of today and to prepare to what is ahead.
Medicare
(480) 451-0819
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
JFCS of Southern Arizona, Treatment Facility  in Tucson
“JFCS's experienced and compassionate team has a long history of serving people at very difficult times in their lives, often when they have no where else to turn. JFCS's 25+ therapists are well trained, accessible, and offer a broad range of modalities that fit a wide variety of patient needs. Clients come from all faiths, age groups and economic backgrounds, and for 72 years, JFCS's counseling and social services programs have helped them negotiate life's tough challenges, including depression, family conflict, and trauma.
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(520) 314-4988 x2363
Tucson, Arizona 85711
Alan M Wexler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mesa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a psychotherapist with 25 years of experience who offers a wide range of expertise to individuals, couples, children, adolescents and families. My professional orientation is cognitive behavioral, rational emotive therapy, problem solving/solution focused approaches and play therapy. My services include brief treatment, intermittent treatment, longer term treatment, individual, couples, and family therapy. Referral problems typically include mood disorders, anxiety disorders, grief, relationship problems, parenting problems, family adjustment problems, adjustment to divorce, trauma and abuse issues, marital issues, and children and adolescent emotional/behavioral problems.
Medicare
(480) 351-4701
Mesa, Arizona 85204
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.
Medicare
(602) 954-9185
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Ira Dressner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, MCC, LCSW
“Ira Dressner's focus is: 1. Lowering Pain and Symptoms of Chronic Migraine Headaches. 2. Working with Couples and families, 3. Anger Management with individuals(NOT GROUPS), 4 Working with people in 12th step model recovery programs and interventions. 5 Working with people who have traumatized by domestic violence, sexual and physical abuse, emotional bullying, and Veterans and their families with PTSD and Acute Stress Disorder utilizing EMDR.
Medicare
(602) 492-8317
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
Pamela Horner, Psychologist  in Surprise
“My style is very warm and interpersonal. The relationship between myself and my client is the most important part of therapy because it is the foundation from which all change happens. My clients know that I always believe in their ability to change and grow. I feel that clients give me a very sacred trust when they share their lives with me, and I treat that with the utmost respect.
Medicare
(520) 837-1294
Surprise, Arizona 85378
Heather English, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Scottsdale
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Hello and thank you for taking the time to read a bit about my approach to healing. I am a therapist with over 15 years of experience. My specialties are with PTSD, depression and anxiety. My practice is strength based and solution focused. My primary focus is on helping you heal as a whole being with mindfulness for body, mind, emotion and life practice. I use a variety of modalities, including EMDR, to address maladaptive thoughts and behaviors which cause distress and imbalance in everyday life.
Medicare
(480) 845-0467
Scottsdale, Arizona 85251
Scott R. Hendrickson, Psychologist  in Mesa
“There are many obstacles and distractions to unfolding the potential of your unique life. We compare ourselves to others, shrink from their criticisms, fear to take a risk, cling to the familiar, flounder in despair, mercilessly pick ourselves apart, numb ourselves with indulgences, loose ourselves in work and other demands of living, stumble on a loss or life change, get stuck in unrewarding relationship patterns. In therapy, with courage and gentleness, we find and investigate one's own true nature, reconnect with that deeper wisdom, and look clearly at one's world with it's challenges and opportunities.
Medicare
(480) 296-5387
Mesa, Arizona 85202
Janet C Falgout, Psychologist  in Tempe
“The two most important qualities that I bring into each session with you are respect and appreciation--for your path as an individual, and for the creativity and resilience of the human spirit. In our visits, I strive to provide a safe, non-critical, therapeutic space; an interpersonal space that allows for open and honest self expression, self exploration and self acceptance. I try to listen well, and then to provide feedback tailored to your individual needs and inclinations. I bring over twenty years of experience, research, and training in brain-behavior relationships to my work as a therapist.
Medicare
(520) 704-6937
Tempe, Arizona 85282
“In my work with clients, I blend 3 treatment approaches:Ericksonian, Existential/Humanistic and Cognitive/Behavioral. In combination, these approaches emphasize utilization of client strengths, being present in the moment with each client and finally, promoting flexible, authentic framing/reframing of client life experiences.
Medicare
(520) 549-2147
Scottsdale, Arizona 85254

Medicare Therapists
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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).