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Welcome to the Phoenix Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Phoenix, Arizona.

Therapists in Phoenix

Michelle L Melton, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“"People tell you a lot when you listen." I strive to listen, to really hear you without judgment or taking responsibility for you, and without trying to mold you. I listen to understand and connect with you so that we may work together to enhance your wellness and achieve the quality of life you desire. By talking and exploring your life and your experiences, you can think afresh about the nature of your current circumstances, interpersonal relationships, and life goals, so you can experience new events with a fresh, new view and renewed energy.
(623) 552-5915
Phoenix, Arizona 85003
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.
(602) 663-9119
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Joanna Jablonski, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Dr. Joanna Jablonski holds a doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology. She completed her doctoral internship and residency at Southwest Behavioral and Health Services in Phoenix. Dr. Jablonski maintains specialty independent practice and works as Clinical Director at Southwest Behavioral and Health Services where she is engaged in training and supervision of doctoral students, continuing education, and clinically overseeing residential treatment facilities. She is also an Adjunct Professor at Argosy and Midwestern Universities. She provides individual, family, couples, and group psychotherapy. Her current areas of specialty include anxiety and mood disorders, addictions, stress management, relationship issues, trauma, and psychotic disorders.
(602) 910-2390
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Deborah Gladding, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“I am Deborah Gladding, a licensed clinical psychologist offering psychotherapy and psychological assessment for families, children and adolescents, couples, and adults of all ages. I offer a safe and confidential environment for you to share your concerns while we work together to find solutions, as I believe all individuals have the potential for success. Regarding children and adolescents, I can assist with behavioral problems, anxiety, depression, problems with school, bullying, self-esteem, anger management, ADHD, and coping skills for stress. My goal is to help children/adolescents recognize and build on their strengths, thereby improving their ability to be successful.
(480) 725-7022
Phoenix, Arizona 85027
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
Melissa A Cox-Pasqua, Counselor  in Phoenix
“PRACTICE HAS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS. What would you do if you knew you couldn't fail? Let's get started! I work with individuals and families from birth to 100+! I have literally worked with families from birth to the end of life, focusing on working through those matters or events in life that hold each of us back from our full potential. Isn't it time for your optimal life? Life can be heavy and I will work with you and your family or friends to help you locate and access your inner strength to guide your life's journey.
(602) 663-9111
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
Marcia Conley, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I was truly drawn to my profession, and I have been a psychotherapist my entire adult life. I love working with individuals, couples and families. It is an honor to help them overcome fears and worries that block success and well-being and replace self-defeating patterns with life-enhancing behaviors. My greatest joy is watching couples and families communicate more effectively, understand each other better and grow closer.
(602) 396-4464
Phoenix, Arizona 85029
Jeanne Tomasiewicz, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I will help you find solutions to relationship problems, depression, anxiety, grief and other issues that you desire to address. Your motivation will result in the changes you desire.
(602) 459-9060
Phoenix, Arizona 85021
Nicole Balles, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Therapy provides a unique opportunity to develop a safe and supportive relationship to assist in creating meaningful change in your life. I provide individual, couples, family, and group therapy for a variety of issues: depression, anxiety, relationship/marital concerns, trauma, self-harming behaviors, emotion regulation difficulties, self-esteem, chronic pain, and sexual issues. Through encouragement and a nonjudgmental approach, I will work with you to identify your strengths as well as underlying issues. We will work collaboratively to develop a plan that fits your needs, whether you are looking for short-term, goal-directed therapy or long-term therapeutic support.
(602) 635-2271
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Lilian Borges Zeig, Counselor  in Phoenix
“After 18 years of experience I help patients with a variety of approaches and techniques that include: Ericksonian Hypnosis, CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), EFT (Emotion Focused Therapy), ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), Family Therapy, Couples Therapy, Mindfulness, Meditation and Transpersonal. The treatment of depression, anxiety, marital problems, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder, OCD, pain management, relational problems, communication problems, and many other psychological problems can be done in a memorable, experiential, dynamic way. My approach is very practical and focused in the present and in behavioral change.
(480) 409-2407
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
Gigi Veasey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LISAC, CCBT
“For the last 15 years, I have been driven by my passion to help clients see new possibilities, feel hopeful in their lives and heal the burdens they carry. My expertise is in working with those struggling with a loss of self-esteem/confidence, traumatic history, unresolved grief or life transitions. I use a variety of therapeutic techniques and I am a Certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, also trained in Brainspotting and Pia Mellody's Post Induction Model for trauma. I am also an Addiction Specialist focusing on outpatient treatment for adults reaching for recovery from alcohol and drug use.
(480) 426-8540
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
Brian Bantel  in Phoenix
“I specialize in working with substance use disorders, depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, and trauma. I have extensive experience in working with crisis, children and adolescents with conduct and emotional difficulties, and adults, including professionals, facing a variety of challenges including emotion regulation and relationship difficulties. I have been working with clients for approximately 4 years in a variety of settings, including community mental health, schools, an intensive outpatient substance abuse center, private practice, and an inpatient treatment center.
(480) 568-1737
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Beverly Sue Mahaffey, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I have been especially helpful to people experiencing the following challenges: relationship difficulties including couple, family and work issues, grief/loss, parenting, teen and young adult issues. Each person/couple is viewed from a place of deep respect for their history, struggles and victories. My style is individualized, collaborative and designed to access the wisdom and strength within every person. Couples have felt that therapy helped them reestablish their emotional connection. My specialty is determining the core issues underneath conflict within any relationship including with self. I will serve as clinician, teacher, guide and encourager as you experience growth/healing.
(602) 903-7147
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Tonya Kinnaman, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals to feel better and improve your life in the most productive manner possible. I believe that you have it within yourself to make changes and add skills to overcome your personal challenges which are barriers to success and happiness in your life. Through an honest and caring relationship, I can work with you to focus on solutions and bring about change in a way that you are comfortable with and can embrace. Call me today so we can work together in developing a positive direction for your future.
(623) 748-4187
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
Karen L Shaver, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MC, LMFT
“Welcome! I have been practicing for the past 12 years, working with families, children, teens, and couples. My focus is on assisting clients in recognizing their strengths and how to use them to successfully resolve their issues. I provide a safe, confidential environment, and work in collaboration with the client(s) to find the best solutions for the world in which they live.
(602) 714-8990
Phoenix, Arizona 85028
Jennifer Rosenfeld, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been a clinical therapist for almost 20 years working primarily with children, adolescents, families, and adults. I have worked with some of the more difficult needs that children and adolescents have with a speciality in attachment, trauma and adoption. Additionally, I have experience in social/peer issues, school problems and anxiety.
(516) 830-4803
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
St. Luke's Behavioral Health Center, Treatment Facility  in Phoenix
“St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center is a 124-bed mental and behavioral health facility located on the campus of St. Luke’s Medical Center in Phoenix. For more than 40 years, St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center has been serving the mental health and substance abuse needs of the community with a full spectrum of inpatient and outpatient treatment programs for children, teens, adults and seniors. For more information, visit stlukesbehavioralhealth.com, or call 602-251-8535 in the metro Phoenix area or toll-free at 1-800-821-4193 to schedule an assessment.
(602) 910-6762
Phoenix, Arizona 85006
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I work with Individuals, Couples and Families; specializing in Marital/Couple and Family Therapy. I have post graduate training as an Emotionally Focused Couple Therapist. I bring a genuine compassion and understanding to the therapeutic process that I believe supports optimal healing and growth. In addition to various relationship challenges and struggles, my clinical focus also includes working with: Separation/ Divorce/ Divorce Reaction within the individual/couple/family, Parenting/Co-parenting Issues, Blended Family Issues, Parent/Child Relationships, Children & Adolescents, Anxiety, Codependency Issues and Self Esteem Issues.
(480) 269-9739
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
Caleb Mitchell, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I approach each client as an individual with unique qualities and stories. I am an eclectic relational therapist who utilizes both talk therapy and experiential therapies (i.e. art therapy, therapeutic use of literature, etc) to explore the client's internal world. I seek to help the client find coping skills (DBT) that work for him/her to replace those that are ineffective. I believe that all issues a client faces there is a spiritual dynamic. My hope is to invite each client to encounter his/her humanness and encourage him/her towards autonomy and relational intimacy with his/herself, others, and God.
(623) 295-9448
Phoenix, Arizona 85003
Linda Schwartz, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I specialize in helping couples and in using the acclaimed Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy, which is well-researched and proven to help improve relationships, heal wounds from the past and improve communication long-term. There is no blame of either partner, and this method provides couples with a structured path to create a more satisfying relationship. Couples learn to end "endless arguing" and to turn to each other to discuss even the most difficult concerns. Research shows that 90% of couples show improvement and 70 to 75% are able to move from distress to recovery.
(602) 903-5262
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
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