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Mormon Therapists in Mesa
Latter Day Saints, LDS

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.
Mormon
(480) 725-3306
Mesa, Arizona 85204
Alan David Nesbit, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mesa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“As a compassionate and insightful counselor trained in the Cognitive Behavioral and Family Systems models, it brings me joy helping others to gain the insight needed to change their thoughts and behaviors, improving their lives and the lives of the ones that they love. As a counselor I know the difficulty of coming to trust a counselor enough to let them assist with the healing process, therefore it is my goal to have the client and their loved ones be full partners in the therapeutic relationship.
Mormon
(480) 800-4466
Mesa, Arizona 85206
Steve Kittelson, Counselor  in Mesa
“Let me help you get out of your prison! Whether you are struggling and feeling trapped individually, as a couple or as a family, let me help you.
Mormon
(480) 725-5131
Mesa, Arizona 85204
April Monahan Titera, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Mesa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LAMFT
“I have over 15 years of experience helping teens and their parents live together happily, through encouraging them to be accountable, courageous and flexible. I have also helped many women AND men struggling with disordered eating and food addictions, using mindfulness, emotionally-focused and strength-based approaches. I am passionate about strengthening the entire family unit by empowering couples who face issues of addiction and infidelity. I embrace the values and knowledge I gained from Anasazi Foundation and the Arbinger Institute.
Mormon
(480) 845-0260
Mesa, Arizona 85204
Ben De Jesus, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mesa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LMSW
“Trauma can effect everyone. These difficult situations can effect daily life, with intrusions, fear, shame, insomnia, numb, depression, and flashbacks. I begin treatment with stabilizing intense emotions that cause difficulty in living a whole hearted life. Then processing through the pain with care and support. In this process new skills and insight are obtained to be able to continue living a happy value oriented life
Mormon
(609) 454-0426
Mesa, Arizona 85204
David C Hubbard, Psychologist  in Mesa
“I will listen to you without judgment and help you find your own solutions. You don't want someone who is going to jump in with advice before hearing all that you have to say and understanding, as much as possible, how you feel. You need someone who is willing to explore alternatives and solutions with you in a calm respectful manner leaving you with the final decision. It's your life. You have to live it. Why let someone else make the decisions for you when all you really need is someone willing to listen, hear, and understand?
Mormon
(480) 630-0297
Mesa, Arizona 85204
Ann Marie Jensen, Counselor  in Mesa
“I focus on group therapy because as a new junior high school teacher nearly 30 years ago, I quickly noticed that everything really important was learned from peers. Now after 20 years as a counselor, I still believe this to be a fundamental truth. Although some people may be hesitant to come to a group, they quickly find that the group welcomes, supports, and teaches them things that they cannot possibly learn alone. Group therapy is also more cost-friendly than other forms of treatment. My groups are structured around anxiety reduction, compulsive behaviors (including addictions), overeating, and mood disorders.
Mormon
(480) 525-9844
Mesa, Arizona 85213
Anita K Marple, Counselor  in Mesa
“I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues providing services that span from therapy for depression and grief counseling to parenting support, marriage counseling and beyond. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, I offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each of my clients' individual needs to help attain the growth and change they’re striving for.
Mormon
(480) 719-3781
Office is near:
Mesa, Arizona 85201
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I opened my practice in 1998 and still LOVE what I do. My model follows a few basic principles: Provide a professional, understanding and calming environment; Offer a variety of tools and skills; Create a plan that recognizes thoughts, emotions and behavior; Evaluate the process and adjust as necessary. Customer Satisfaction is a priority, so many of our referrals come from other clients. I provide clinical supervision for three licensed associates at A Family Works. The four of us work together, along with a professional and friendly front office, to provide a large number of services to the East Valley.
Mormon
(480) 418-4356
Office is near:
Mesa, Arizona 85203
Talbot Recovery Solutions, LLC, Treatment Facility  in Mesa
“With over 25 years of experience, Talbot Recovery Solutions has a proven record of changing lives for the better. We're located in one of the most beautiful places in the world, and we're among the most affordable drug and alcohol rehab facilities in the country. Our admissions counselors and therapists are available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer any questions you have. There is no reason to wait any longer for the answers you have been looking for. Your path to recovery goes through Southern Utah, and it begins right here, right now, with one click or call. Misery or relief. You make the call! 1-877-701-2822
Mormon
(877) 467-7045
We serve:
Mesa, Arizona 85210
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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.
(480) 296-5387
Mesa, Arizona 85202
Ann M. Warner, Counselor  in Mesa
“Whether you are looking for a brief therapy experience in which to resolve a recent struggle or in need of guidance to work through more long-standing issues, I can help. I work with a variety of needs including couples and individual counseling, resolution of past or present trauma, codependency, life transitions, anxiety, depression, low self esteem, relational conflict, grief, and spirituality.I am especially experienced working with couples, as well as resolution of traumatic memory, and working with individuals and families affected by drug and alcohol addiction.
(480) 696-5189
Mesa, Arizona 85215
Debbi Deyoung, Counselor  in Mesa
“I take Blue Cross Blue Shield and have immediate openings for that insurance company. I was a teacher working to help children grow academically. Now as a counselor I work with children to help them overcome emotional issues, behavior problems, fears, and anxiety. Children's and individual's emotional triggers can come from implicit learning that the brain needs to reprocess. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) can help children, individuals to undo negative cognitions and create positive truths in their lives. EMDR can help you get past your past and give hope to a better future. Check out my web site: Gracecounselingaz.com
(602) 714-3143
Mesa, Arizona 85215
Amy M Safier, Counselor  in Mesa
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and have worked in the behavioral health field since 2001. My focus has been working with children and their families to overcome life's obstacles and empower them by using their own natural inner resources, skills, and strengths. Whether it is behavioral issues, depression, trauma, attachment, or family conflict, I work with an non-judgmental, client-centered approach throughout the counseling journey.
(602) 910-3966
Mesa, Arizona 85204
Ron Martin, Counselor  in Mesa
“For the past 8 years Ron as worked as a therapist helping individuals and families overcome such challenges as depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, and mental health issues. Ron has worked with couples to resolve marital problems and help families develop the coping skills they need to have harmony in their lives.
(480) 568-5121
Mesa, Arizona 85201
Angie Whitman, Counselor  in Mesa
“I am a specialist in treating Trauma and PTSD; specifically working with Betrayal Trauma and Codependency. I am a specialist in working with Sex and Pornography Addiction. I also provide support and counseling for the spouse/family member who has been affected by the addiction and are devastated by the ongoing trauma it entails. I believe addiction does not discriminate. I feel privileged to do the work that I do and to have clients trust me with their stories.
(480) 568-3082 x4
Mesa, Arizona 85206
Kathleen Burgheimer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mesa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have always been fascinated with the strength of the human spirit and our ability to evolve and thrive under many different circumstances. My experience in working with children and adolescents and their families has reinforced this belief. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in the present and the future. These challenges can be holding you back from attaining more fulfilling and meaningful experiences. My equine assisted psychotherapy program brings a unique approach to the therapeutic process for those clients who choose to participate.
(480) 405-8365
Mesa, Arizona 85204
Shiloh Lundahl, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mesa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a bilingual (Spanish) therapist who specializes in working with children and families. I offer both in-office and in-home counseling because I recognize that many kids feel more comfortable in their own home than in a therapist's office. Considering the fact that I will only be involved with a family for a relatively short period of time, I use a family systems approach to therapy and I teach parents how to become therapeutic to their children. I charge $90 for an in-office 50-minute visits and $120 for an 80-minute in-home session.
(602) 492-5055
Mesa, Arizona 85204
Andrew E. Henry, Counselor  in Mesa
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, EMDR, DBT, CBT
“I am a professionally licensed counselor who provides effective therapeutic treatment to overcome life's challenges. My services help people who are "stuck" to reboot so they can let go of traumatic experiences, reach peak performance, and lead a happier more fulfilling life. To talk about scheduling an appointment call Andrew at (480) 201-4645
(480) 201-4645
Mesa, Arizona 85206
Kim Arndt, Counselor  in Mesa
“Why would a person take on the process of therapy? Psychotherapy can reveal the source and purpose of psychological symptoms. Satisfaction and healing are possible by developing a closer connection to one's self. This connection enhances the ability to relate with others, maintain healthy boundaries, cope with crises, and achieve goals. Understanding how your inner life interacts with your outer life yields understanding of how you became the person you are, and how you can continue unfolding your personality. Therapy is a journey of finding meaning in one's life, a worthwhile and satisfying use of one's energy.
(480) 712-4267
Mesa, Arizona 85203
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Mormon (Latter Day Saints, LDS) Therapists
If you're looking for Mormon therapy in Mesa or for a Mesa Mormon Therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and Mormon counseling that's sensitive to Mormon cultural issues or LDS cultural issues. They include Mormon Therapists, Mormon psychologists, Mormon psychotherapists and Mormon counselors. The Mormon Church is often referred to the Church of the Latter Day Saints (LDS). Thus you may be seeking LDS therapy in Mesa or for a Mesa LDS Therapist or LDS counseling that's sensitive to LDS cultural issues.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Mesa have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Mesa you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Mesa and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Mesa or family therapy in Mesa.