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Therapists in Tempe

Ableser Family Counseling, Counselor  in Tempe
“The primary goal at Ableser Family Counseling is to help children and families overcome life’s many obstacles and conflicts, using strengths to empower the individual, as well as addressing and meeting physical and emotional needs while preserving one's own cultural values. We are dedicated to providing services in the least restrictive environment possible, such as the client’s home, the child’s school, or elsewhere in the community. This provides a comfortable, trusting atmosphere when engaging in therapy, which fosters a more effective systematic change. Our therapeutic approach resonates from a client-centered, outcome-based recovery model.
(602) 492-2292
Tempe, Arizona 85282
Kim Chaves Scott, Counselor  in Tempe
“For 10 years now, I have helped clients find hope and experience positive change. My desire is to help you feel empowered and cared for, in an environment of acceptance and understanding. One unique aspect of my practice is my ability to integrate faith into the counseling process for those who desire a Christian perspective. If you're looking for an experienced counselor who combines relational warmth and creativity, I would love to work with you.
(480) 382-1953 x17
Tempe, Arizona 85282
Sharon K Frick, Counselor  in Tempe
“I am committed to assisting my clients to identify their unique strengths and move forward to achieve their personal goals. This might entail making behavioral changes, gaining new insights and learning new skills and tools for more effective living. I can be intrumental in helping you create healthier relationships and deal with life stresses and transitions. My style is warm, interactive, and empowering. I am deeply respectful of who you are and where you want to go. I have been practicing for over 20 years. My personality style is upbeat and positive.
(480) 442-0992
Tempe, Arizona 85283
“I have been a counselor for twenty five years and I love my work. I work with adults and couples and facilitate a women's group with another counselor. More is available about that group at www.women'stherapygroupsofaz.com. My counseling training and methods include, gestalt, EMDR, Imago Couples Therapy, body centered psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. I believe that becoming conscious of our behavior and feelings give us the opportunity for a choice full life. I am happy to talk to anyone on the phone who would like more information.
(520) 955-6086
Tempe, Arizona 85281
Robin Goldstein, Counselor  in Tempe
“Choosing to seek therapy can be a difficult and stressful decision, one that takes a lot of personal strength and courage. It's my goal to create a therapeutic environment that feels comfortable and safe for my clients. I work with clients to address their specific needs and identified goals. I understand that each client's personal journey is unique, therefore, my approach is tailored to fit each individuals specific needs. My therapeutic style is direct but supportive. Ultimately, my goal is to assist clients with achieving personal growth and increased happiness.
(480) 949-2075
Tempe, Arizona 85284
Pamela Boyle, Counselor  in Tempe
“I offer a safe place for people to explore their concerns and gain perspective on themselves and others. My approach to therapy emphasizes insight, self-awareness, and empowerment. I have successfully helped people work through issues of substance abuse, anxiety, depression, anger,and painful life events. Working together we will find new options to create a more balanced and healthy life.
(602) 499-9245
Tempe, Arizona 85282
Paula Tanis, Counselor  in Tempe
“Over the course of a lifetime people develop coping skills to deal with all kinds of challenges. Sometimes, however, we either encounter a situation for which we've had no preparation, or we find our usually-adequate coping skills overwhelmed by the enormity of a particular problem. It is an intelligent choice to seek therapy when one has become discouraged by a (perceived) decreased capacity for coping. "Asking for help does not mean that we are weak or incompetent. It usually indicates an advanced level of honesty and intelligence." (Anne Wilson Schaef)
(480) 382-9947
Tempe, Arizona 85283
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PsyD, MA, CC-AASP
“I am a Licensed Psychologist who works with individuals, couples, and families. My therapy clients range from ages 4 to 80 and I see a variety of treatment issues including, but not limited to, behavior problems, ADHD, learning disability, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, relationship concerns, and life adjustment. My philosophy is that the therapy session belongs to the client, and everyone's needs are different. Therefore, I tailor my approach to each individual client. I aim to provide emotional support as well as teach tactics and strategies to help my clients reach beyond their comfort zone to accomplish their goals.
(480) 800-4459
Tempe, Arizona 85282
Awakening Recovery Center, Treatment Facility  in Tempe
“We focus on treating drug and alcohol abuse in group and individual therapies. Awakening Recovery Center provides a free extensive continued care program that promotes long term recovery, healthy lifestyles, and positive family relationships. Families in crisis can take advantage of the free evaluation process. This process can help in finding an appropriate treatment direction.
(480) 725-3638
Tempe, Arizona 85283
Don Dey, Counselor  in Tempe
“Finding what gives life value and then living those values wholeheartedly. That's my vision of a happy life, and that's what I love to help people discover for themselves. I am committed to the belief that nobody else can determine for you what that life is supposed to look like. Together we can explore what your vision is, what you are already doing well and what might be blocking you from your best possible life.
(480) 405-0322
Tempe, Arizona 85284
Megan Davis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tempe
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have worked with kids and their families for over 19 years. My favorite kids are strong willed, capable, and smart (academic and/or common sense). I see kids ranging from 3 year olds to college students. Some of the most common issues that I work with are, ADD/ADHD, Oppositional/Defiant, Depressed, Anxious,and Bipolar Disorders. Other general issues are poor social skills, difficulty with frustration, poor communication skills and parent-child conflict. Because so many of the families that I see are struggling with how to talk and live with each other easily I prefer to include parents whenever possible.
(520) 955-5062
Tempe, Arizona 85284
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
Kim Moriah, Counselor  in Tempe
“I believe each person has the answers he/she needs somewhere inside. It is my job and my joy to facilitate each individual in finding and helping articulate those answers that ultimately lead to the most fulfilling AUTHENTIC life possible for them. Have been in the field for 20 years now! First as recreational therapist, teaching healthy alternatives to psychological distress and addictions. Became psychotherapist in 1995. Intermingled teaching undergraduate Psychology classes for 9 years. I LOOK FORWARD TO TALKING WITH YOU ABOUT YOUR HOPES AND CONCERNS, AND TO DETERMINE TOGETHER IF IT IS TIME FOR THAT STEP TOWARDS A HEALTHIER YOU!
(602) 492-5712
Tempe, Arizona 85283
Thelma Louise Landrum, Counselor  in Tempe
“I understand that it is a very scary thing to consider opening up your personal life with a stranger. My first goal is to help you settle in and get comfortable with the counseling process; especially if you have no prior experience with a counselor or therapist. My ideal client is one who has a good idea of why they are seeking professional assistance with their problems. This person has most likely tried to work through the problems by themselves without success. He or she comes to me ready to make the necessary changes in his or her life.
(480) 712-6964
Tempe, Arizona 85282
Bonnie Rabe, Counselor  in Tempe
“My interests have always been directed toward helping individuals to learn effective ways to solve life problems and reach their potential. I believe in working actively with people to assist them in dealing with the issues that are limiting their happiness. My educational background and experience also includes extensive work with children, adolescents and families assisting them to solve educational and behavioral problems. We all experience challenges in life. To seek solutions is a courageous thing to do!
(480) 788-3876
Tempe, Arizona 85284
Caitlin Meaney, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Tempe
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MAS-MFT, LAMFT
“Working as a Marriage and Family Therapist, I strive to provide a safe, nonjudgmental atmosphere for individuals, couples and families hoping to create positive changes in their lives. The collaborative nature that I take with my clients in creating personal and relational goals is the cornerstone of my approach, and supporting clients achieve those goals is something I am honored to partake in.
(480) 725-2933
Tempe, Arizona 85283
“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.
(480) 409-2429
Tempe, Arizona 85283
Paul Krauss, Counselor  in Tempe
“Hello. I'm looking forward to being a part of your journey toward happiness and health. In the Great Psychotherapy Debate (Wampold, 2001), studies demonstrated that if there are two groups of people with similar problems, those who receive counseling will be better off than 80% of those who do not receive counseling. Counseling can bring relief, resolution, clarity, freedom, or help you overcome a challenge. My counseling style is encouraging, empowering, nonjudgmental, and thorough. I am trained in many different approaches to the counseling process and I will work to customize a plan that works for you.
(480) 428-2549
Tempe, Arizona 85282
Bonnie Beebe, Counselor  in Tempe
“Specializing in the revolutionary approaches of EMDR (I am EMDRIA Certified and an EMDRIA Approved Consultant), DBT, and Mindfulness based therapies, I help individuals work through a variety of issues and concerns. Using eclectic and holistic approaches, I've treated various circumstances including life transitions/adjustment, trauma/PTSD, depression, grief and loss, multicultural concerns, spirituality and existential concerns, and personality disorders. At Be Well Counseling, I provide a safe and supportive environment, collaborating with you to reach customized goals to help you reclaim your personal power to be well and live well. I am also available to offer consultation hours to EMDR therapists seeking Certification.
(480) 428-2797
Tempe, Arizona 85283
Denise Daup, Counselor  in Tempe
“In her poem "The Summer Day", Mary Oliver poses a question designed to wake us up. She offers it as a challenge and as a blessing. "Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" Perhaps you find yourself at a time in your life when you feel called to awaken; to courageously and creatively face the challenges of your life; to peel away the layers of falseness, fear and resistance; and to live more honestly and joyfully the life you want and need to be living. We all want to be happy.
(480) 269-9747
Tempe, Arizona 85282
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