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Art Therapist Therapists in Arizona (AZ)

Alanya (Lanie) Smith, Art Therapist  in Phoenix
“Are you tired of holding it all together and being controlled by your emotions? Are you overwhelmed and continuously comparing yourself but never measure up? Are you secretly terrified of not being good enough and disappointed by life and relationships? Life is too short to continue on this way...you can experience more confidence and joy by letting go of chronic self doubt and insecurity! You can stop working so hard and beating yourself up along the way. Together we can uncover your natural strengths and cultivate true joy!
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(480) 725-5824
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
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Wendy McClellan,   in Scottsdale
“Are you new to management? Recently been promoted and not quite sure what to do? I know you don't want to just "do a good job." You want to be amazing and make your mark. I can help you perfect your skills and become a leader; not just a manager. I can help you enhance the skills that won you that new position and help your career soar.
(480) 351-1786
Scottsdale, Arizona 85259
Daniela R. Roher, Counselor  in Carefree
“With over 30 years experience in individual and couple psychotherapy, I learned to tailor my treatment to the SPECIFIC needs of each person or couple. I help patients identify dynamics that hold them back and keep them isolated and unfulfilled. With couples, I identify deep core issues that maintain disconnection and conflict, leading to improved understanding, empathy and renewed love for each other. Changes brought about by this treatment are not meant to be temporary but long lasting as people learn skills and make use of tools that will continue to be available to them well after treatment is over.
(480) 685-5606
Carefree, Arizona 85377
Riverbend Counseling Center, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Bullhead City
“If your life is not working the way you want it to and if you are struggling with addiction or marital issues, counseling with me could very well make things better for you. If you are dealing with more than one issue my training and experience should be beneficial for your growth. I attempt to conduct treatment at my client's pace but I endeavor to make therapy as brief as possible.My practice is culture and gender fair.
(928) 255-5219
Bullhead City, Arizona 86442
John Lardy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“If you are feeling overwhelmed, confused, or struggling to cope with difficult emotions or situations, I can help. I will work with you to understand what emotional and physical problems are telling you about imbalances in your life, so that you may revive your spirit and feel whole again. I am a seasoned clinician and have a warm, compassionate, supportive, and humorous manner. I am concerned about my clients' well-being and will partner with you on your journey to overall emotional and spritual wellness.
(952) 314-9098
Tucson, Arizona 85718
Edward Gibeau, Psychologist  in Scottsdale
“I'm a licensed psychologist and a certified psychoanalyst with 30 years of experience. I would like to offer my training and experience to make possible your working-through the difficult situations and issues with compassion, and self-reflection. In this collaborative process you can understand yourself more deeply, address the obstacles to feeling better, and have more of what you want in relationships, work, and life. I have particular experience and success in working with individuals and couples from many different backgrounds dealing with trauma, depression, loss, anxiety, addictions, relationship problems, and especially: long-term problems.
(480) 525-8281
Scottsdale, Arizona 85251
Edie M Moore, Counselor  in Phoenix
“My passion is to help children, families, and individuals who are experiencing relational or behavioral difficulties. My aim is to instill hope that change is possible, and help people make the changes they desire to improve their lives. My therapy dog, Tuppence, has often helped me connect quickly, and demonstrate healthier ways of doing things. It is my desire to help others resolve their emotional pain and find healing and a sense of well-being.
(602) 325-1233
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Amanda Leno, Counselor  in Mesa
“I am a licensed therapist and specialize in working with children, adolescents, and adults who are survivors of sexual abuse as well as those exhibiting sexually acting out behaviors. In addition, I am skilled in addressing interpersonal issues within families and couples helping to foster the creation of secure bonds and re-organized emotional responses. Treating a person's concerns holistically is important to me as I believe in the mind-body connection and that one effects the other. Please don't hesitate to call or email me with any specific questions you may have!
(602) 903-2550
Mesa, Arizona 85204
Beth Scott Kozan,   in Phoenix
“I have a desire to empower people touched by adoption who find themselves stuck in discomfort. A woman or a couple deciding to end 'doctoring' to pursue adoption; a birth parent realizing trust issues may be related to their adoption decision years ago; divorcing adoptive parents feeling an extra burden for not staying together; an adoption plan that promised open communication but is stalled; an adult adoptee pondering a search for birth parents; these are all situations I'm familiar with.
(602) 492-3890
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
Michael Zatkowsky, Psychologist  in Scottsdale
“I provide Office treatment and In-home treatment for OCD and Related Disorders. This includes Specialized Evaluation and Treatment for Childhood, Adolescent and Adult Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Tourettes Syndrome, Trichotillomania, Anxiety Disorders, and other OCD-Related Problems. My patients range in age from 3 years old to 90 years old. I have served the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan area for over 24 years. The goal at the OCD Spectrum is to make us obsolete. OCD is a chronic illness. It cannot be cured, but is extremely controllable. In this light, each patient learns to take action if symptoms return.
(480) 525-8353
Scottsdale, Arizona 85259
Cynthia Beanblossom, Counselor  in Green Valley
“It is an honor and privilege to work with you. I communicate with my heart laying a foundation for a counseling relationship based on trust, is personal, and allows your heart and mind to unfold. My counseling and coaching process is didactic gently guiding you along a path of wellness and joy. Words hold great power. We explore how thoughts, words and actions influence your life. You will learn tools to enhance awareness, understanding, learning, and live a more joy filled life.
(520) 394-6296
Green Valley, Arizona 85622
Michael Cooter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am very competent in addressing and processing issues related to dependency/ addiction to substances and "process" addictions,i.e. work, exercise, perfectionism, codependency. I enjoy and have a passion working with clients who are motivated and have clearly defined goals.
(928) 852-7733
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Sarette Zecharia, Psychologist  in Scottsdale
“Via a holistic depth and Gestalt approach, explore the essence of your unique nature. Balance your soul's need with your conscious will to transform and transcend enabling you to live a happy full life.
(480) 405-1842
Scottsdale, Arizona 85258
Jennifer Curran, Counselor  in Tempe
“I specialize in providing individual and family therapy with a focus on childhood trauma and its resulting symptoms, such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Depression, and Anxiety. Childhood trauma can be anything from relational trauma stemming from difficult relationships with caregivers, to domestic violence, to physical and sexual abuse. Some symptoms of trauma may include low self esteem, codependency issues, insomnia, nightmares, phobias, lack of adequate coping skills, and physical symptoms such as headaches and chronic pain. I also have experience working with grief and bereavement, and embrace working with spirituality and meaning of life issues.
(480) 845-0509
Tempe, Arizona 85281
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
Kimberly Matoka, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Taking the first step in counseling can be the most difficult one. I am committed to meeting each client as a unique individual with his/her own unique story. I offer a Christian focus to counseling for those who desire this. I am committed to providing a safe environment where clients can experience the freedom to explore their own beliefs and make their own choices regarding life and relationships. Every client, couple, or family brings their own perspective(s), and I look forward to getting to know each individual or system.
(480) 712-4225 x2
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
Travis J Webb, Counselor  in Mesa
“I received my Master's Degree in Direct Practice Social Work from Arizona State University with an emphasis on children and families. I am currently one of many counselors working at Arizona Family Institute. I have had many valuable experiences in working with individuals addressing crisis, abuse, depression, anxiety, tension, neglect, adjustment, addiction, and especially trauma. I love my job. I am truly blessed to work with amazing people throughout the entirety of my day.
(480) 725-3306
Mesa, Arizona 85204
“I am a licensed psychologist with additional training and certification in psychoanalysis. My professional history includes private practice, supervision of psychiatry residents, teaching in the Dept. of Psychiatry at Michigan State University and teaching psychoanalytic candidates at the Arizona Center for Psychoanalytic Studies. I have 30 years of experience treating adults and couples who have a diverse range of life issues and personal problems.
(520) 622-7457
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Betty J Wittels, Counselor  in Tucson
“Being a psychotherapist for 37 years, I recognize the necessity to honor each client as an individual and to help that client to recognize and reveal true thoughts and feelings. Feeling sad, shy, frightened, furious, or any other emotion can be expressed and healed in the individual and within the family. Timing and destiny are vitally important to reveal and recognize, but even more valuable is to know that our reaction to life's events can transform our world. Whether in the mind, emotions, or spirit all things are possible.
(520) 369-4029
Tucson, Arizona 85705
Joan M Linder, Counselor  in Sahuarita
“I believe therapy is a partnership. Working together we discover choices for living authentically. I am strongly grounded in the medical and mental health professions with thirty years experience as an RN and ten years experience as a psychotherapist. This foundation enables me to provide competent and compassionate therapy. In my private practice we will work with a variety of concerns, including depression, anxiety, life and relationship transitions, grief/loss, addiction, spirituality, and 12 Step Recovery. Blending tradtitional and alternative approaches we can experiment with a variety of styles and techniques to empower you.
(520) 201-1703
Sahuarita, Arizona 85629
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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).