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Art Therapist Therapists in Arizona (AZ)

Alanya (Lanie) Smith, Art Therapist  in Phoenix
“Are you a woman overwhelmed by life, emotions, and daily living? Or a therapist on the brink of burnout? Tired of holding it all together and secretly terrified of not being good enough? Are you ready to experience a more rewarding life and more fulfilling relationships? Life is too precious to live any other way...you can know more confidence and joy. You can let go of chronic self doubt and insecurity. You can stop working so hard and beating yourself up along the way.
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(480) 725-5824
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
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Robyn Yost, Counselor  in Kingman
“**NOT ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS AT THIS TIME** Robyn Yost graduated from Kingman High School, received her BA degree from NAU, MA from Chadron State College. She is an Arizona Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). Robyn has participated and facilitated self-empowerment seminars, been involved in Experiential Education, Equine Assisted Psychotherapy as well as volunteering for Red Cross disaster mental health services. Robyn has more than 10 years clinical counseling experience in many different settings, moved back to Kingman to be near family and friends. Robyn specializes in creating a safe environment for individuals and couples.
(928) 224-1395
Kingman, Arizona 86401
Lynne MacNeil, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LCSW
“I provide results focused psychotherapy for individuals and couples. I understand that in today’s world we are often overwhelmed by stress, trauma, fear, worry, or sadness. Transitions such as divorce, job-loss, illness, loss of a loved one, becoming a parent, children leaving home, aging and retirement, and other major life events can exhaust our internal resources. All of this puts strain on our jobs, our relationships, and our health.
(520) 441-8131
Tucson, Arizona 85711
Dave McElfresh, Counselor  in Mesa
“I have been a therapist since 1978. I've also taught both undergraduate and graduate level Psychology courses at Ottawa University for 11 years and at Rio Salado College for 17 years.I particularly enjoy working with anxiety and depression issues, but have treated nearly every type of client and diagnosis over the past three decades. You’ll find me very personable and should feel comfortable with me immediately. I’m a good listener, I’m not judgmental and I believe that counseling should be an enjoyable experience that positively affects all areas of your life.
(480) 525-9965
Mesa, Arizona 85206
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.
(602) 368-3282
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
Gina Metroff, Counselor  in Phoenix
“We can never make peace in the outer world until we make peace with ourselves...Dalai Lama. Is it time to begin making peace with yourself?
(602) 663-9768
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Earlene Dear, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“People enter psychotherapy for different reasons. Some need to respond to unexpected changes in their lives, some seek self-exploration, others are beset by their problems. Anything that makes your life less than fully satisfying may be a legitimate concern for psychotherapy, no matter how small it may seem to someone else. Together, we focus on helping you discover how to make the changes in your life that will make it richer and more fulfilling.
(520) 226-8442
Tucson, Arizona 85745
Jenny Baumgardner, Psychologist  in Goodyear
“Sometimes people come across a problem in their life that overwhelms the ability of their friends, family and own best efforts to resolve. I specialize in solving problems related to anxiety and depression. I also do psychological testing for a variety of issues. You may feel frustrated, wondering what could bring relief. We will work to clear up your problem and return you quickly to you work and hobbies.
(832) 305-5996
Goodyear, Arizona 85395
Leeann Rosckowff, Psychologist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PsyD, CSAT-C, CDWF-C, EMDR-I
“My practice is composed of adolescents and adults seeking help with identity development, spiritual issues, anxiety, depression, and relationship difficulties including problems with intimacy and sexual concerns. I have extensive experience treating anger problems, relational issues, mood disorders, trauma experiences, chemical/process addictions, and those who desire overall personal enrichment.
(602) 235-0289
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Chante C. Pantila, Counselor  in Gilbert
“I believe in you! I am here to help you along your path. Creating changes allows for healing, growth, and essentially happiness. I use an integrative approach to address negative core beliefs that are driving behaviors and feelings that are keeping you stuck. I believe you can heal and move forward from traumatic events.
(480) 448-1076
Gilbert, Arizona 85295
Gail Marcelle Kranz, Counselor  in Tucson
“I am licensed psychotherapist and certified in psychoanalysis with 27 years of experience. I would like to offer my training and expertise in helping you work through your difficulties and problems with compassion. In this process you will understand yourself more deeply, address the obstacles that keep you from doing and feeling better, and help you have the life, relationship and work you have wanted. I have experience and success in helping individuals and couples with depression, anxiety, trauma, loss, eating disorders, relationship issues and especially long-term problems.
(520) 955-6092
Tucson, Arizona 85716
Barbara Christine Haines, Counselor  in Black Canyon City
“Are you feeling stressed or anxious about your relationships with your spouse, significant other, children, adult children, co-workers, in-laws, parents or anyone? Do you want to change your relationship patterns? Are you looking for an experienced counselor who can teach you tools and techniques based on 28 years of working in private practice and the wisdom of life experiences?
(623) 810-1640
Laura Birholtz, Psychologist  in Oro Valley
“Dr. Birholtz is a Senior Dr. Phil Therapist. She has extensive experience in helping people with depression, anxiety, PTSD and grief resolution.
(520) 704-6870
Oro Valley, Arizona 85737
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
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
Kirsten A Mueller, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Flagstaff
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, AAMFT
“I enjoy working with men, women and couples attempting to improve their lives, particularly their ability to have depth and intimacy in relationship. I have an excellent track record working with couples and individuals who are struggling to balance their lives and achieve a higher degree of physical, emotional and relational health. In addition, I provide parent consultations and family therapy regarding divorce, blended families and educational issues. A third area of specialization is working with adolescent girls and young adults with a wide array of issues, including anxiety, depression, addiction, body image and the development of healthy sexuality.
(928) 439-4418
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
Sheila M Howe, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Clients seeking the assistance of a licensed mental health practioner typically seek the guidance and practice of a competent professional who can demonstrate wisdom, compassion and direction in the treatment of mental health issues. Clients needing treatment for mental health symptoms, interpersonal relationships, unresolved family of origin issues, past trauma and lifestyle transformation will be satisfied with my treatment. My clients appreciate the open, compassionate, hospitable reception they receive in my care. Safety, trust and acceptance are primary within the therapeutic relationship. I take great strides in providing a therapeutic environment that promotes healing, health, integration, change and transformation.
(480) 409-2488
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Karl L. Sachs, Psychologist  in Tucson
“I believe we can change by learning new behaviors and new ways of understanding. By working in the present, we can change the future. Even though I use humor, I know the work can be difficult. I am honored to be part of that work with my clients and to have been with them while they change their future. I adapt my work to your needs. “Client centered” is natural to me. With some exceptions I do not believe “one size fits all.” The exceptions are that every one deserves to be treated with respect, compassion, honesty, and complete integrity.
(520) 869-4166
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Maki Obana, Psychologist  in Chandler
“I believe that people have the innate power to positively change the course of their lives with a supportive environment. When you are in a challenging situation, you naturally feel ambivalence about change since it requires letting go of the familiar for something unknown. If you're looking for extra support and guidance to get through a challenging situation or you're just ready to move in a new direction in your life, I look forward to working with you.
Kelly O'Horo, Counselor  in Gilbert
“The journey toward one's best self can be challenging! I partner with my clients to address specific needs of the individual in a safe environment. It has been my experience that behavior that is not helpful or skills that are not useful are the result of adaptation. Simply put, we do what we can with what we know! People come to counseling because the tools they are currently using are no longer working. I recognize that the client is the true expert in his or her own life and empower the individual with a strength based approach to therapy.
(480) 448-1076
Gilbert, Arizona 85295
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Art Therapist Therapists
Art therapists have a master's level degree in art therapy or a related field. They are trained to use the creative process to help clients understand and better cope with emotional issues. Art therapists may work with groups or individuals and may use a wide variety of art materials to encourage clients to create visual representations of their thoughts and feelings.

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).