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Gay Issues Therapists in Phoenix

JR Evans, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Having earned both my masters and doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from Arizona School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University/Phoenix, I am a licensed Psychologist in the State of Arizona. I completed my APA-approved internship at Purdue University's Counseling and Psychological Center and my post-doctoral fellowship at Insight: Eating Disorders, Disordered Eating, and Weight Management, an intensive outpatient eating disorder treatment facility located in Chicago, IL. Additionally, I have experience in a variety of therapeutic settings involving treatment of mood disorders, trauma, addictions, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, college/young adult issues, and Sexual/Gender Identity issues.
Gay Issues
(602) 483-4980
Phoenix, Arizona 85013
Lindsey R Buckman, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“As a psychologist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and help you find ways to be your best self. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can use them to better understand and resolve the current challenges in your life. By working collaboratively, we will work to adjust behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
Gay Issues
(888) 696-6798
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Florence Rosiello, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
“After 30+ years practicing psychotherapy, I still find relationship issues are probably the most important reasons my clients want therapy. Many individuals have difficulties in relationships that are too merged, or distant, or they are struggling with a relationship they fear, or want, to end. What seems most important in relationships is intimacy and this emotion is frequently desired, but also very feared by people. Therapy is often the first emotionally tender relationship that some people experience. But therapy is not where intimacy ends, it's only the start point where people experience and learn how to be close and intimate with others.
Gay Issues
(646) 872-7304
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Trayci Prince, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I understand how busy life is and how finding time to take care of yourself can be a challenge; especially when struggling with depression, anxiety or trauma. I believe that you are ultimately the expert of your life, but there are times when each of us could benefit from help. As your therapist, I will partner with you in an active, yet non-judgmental manner to help you achieve your goals. My therapeutic style is eclectic. I don't believe "one size fits all." Our work together may include "traditional" therapy, EMDR, mindfulness, life coaching/career counseling: Dependent on goals.
Gay Issues
(602) 714-2568
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Mandee Rowley, Counselor  in Phoenix
“My philosophy for all of the work that I do is rooted in the belief that we are all capable of being empowered individuals that can manifest what we seek in our personal, professional, relational, and spiritual lives. I believe that life is a spiritual experience and that discovering meaning and purpose are of utmost importance to overall well being. I am committed to treating the "whole" person and believe in the connection between mind, body, and spirit. Healing comes when we truly discover our own personal value and worth, find the purpose in experience, and learn to live fully.
Gay Issues
(602) 903-7784
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Linda Buscemi, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Life is ever changing. If we obtain the right tools in therapy we will be better equipped to handle these changes. To be successful in therapy is being ready to be vulnerable, challenged, and open to investigating not only what we think, but why we think as we do. We are products of our experiences. Exploring our perceptions are important, more importantly how we deliver, receive, and interpret information is key. If you are willing and able to discuss and process concerns will allow you the freedom to move forward in your journey of love, life, and healthy relationships.
Gay Issues
(602) 459-9610
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Kathy Mohr-Almeida, Counselor  in Phoenix
“In my practice, you will find sincere warmth and acceptance. Together we will create a healing plan which meets your needs and goals.I enjoy meeting people with diverse backgrounds, and understand that one size does not fit all. I suggest contemporary clinical models in tandem with what is unique and culturally appropriate for you. I respect and honor your belief systems, be they Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Native American or other. Hablo espanol, y puede contactarme por telefono para discutir como puedo ayudarles. Trabajo con esposos, ninos, familias, y individuales. Mi pasion es el trabajo de trauma - puedo ayudarle rapidamente!
Gay Issues
(480) 685-5609
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Phoenix, Arizona 85003
Judith M Browne, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Are you looking to decrease stress, anxiety, or depression? Do you feel isolated even though your life is full of others? Are you experiencing difficulties in reaching your goals or having the healthy relationships you desire? Do you desire to have greater self-awareness, increased self-esteem, and more authenticity in your life? I can help. For more information about my practice please check my website drjudibrowne.com.
Gay Issues
(602) 486-8120
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Dennis Ryan, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I specialize in anger management, men's issues, and ADHD. A client who is looking for a sensitive yet strategic approach to these issues will likely benefit from the work we do together. During our initial session I will, as much as possible, try to understand your situation and help you set a direction so that you get get what you need from your therapeutic experience. While my specialties are those previously mentioned I also see clients for a number of other issues: relationships, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, removing blocks to creativity, and addictions.
Gay Issues
(602) 459-9779
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
“I am a licensed clinical social worker with over 20 years of experience in the mental health field. I am currently working with adults and teenagers individually, as couples, in families, and in groups. My emphasis is in treating the whole person and in developing a plan based on proven treatment strategies. I have training in numerous treatment modalities including cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy, family systems therapy, behavioral therapy, gestalt, therapy, psycho-educational approaches, and group therapy. I have extensive experience in treating anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, grief & loss, relationship issues, and employment concerns.
Gay Issues
(480) 409-2426
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Beverly Yoches, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“I believe in a holistic approach to treatment, which incorporates the mind, body and spirit. I often use a client-centered, strengths-based approach which focuses on problem-solving and overcoming barriers that impede personal growth.
Gay Issues
(602) 748-4061
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Gail M. Newman, Counselor  in Phoenix
“I do well with individuals who are wanting more freedom and satisfaction in their lives. I know that most people do not know what to do or what is causing the pain in their lives. People need someone they feel comfortable with to assist them in identifying what is the cause of their suffering. I know how confusing and hopeless it can be to try to figure out what is wrong and how to "fix it". I provide a safe, comfortable atmostphere where the foggy confusion can be cleared away, and I identify individualized clear-cut solutions.
Gay Issues
(602) 471-1249
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Craydon McDonald, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“The problem can be difficult to articulate... a vague sense of discontent where nothing seems to measure up to expectations. For example, a gourmet meal is a gourmet meal only if it can be enjoyed without inner conflict, which means one is not maintaining a deep conviction that one doesn't deserve it, is spending too much, is bored by it, and so on. One may eat many such meals and still be unfed. While symptom alleviation is important, the ultimate goal is to become clear about who you are. This will be the focus of our work together.
Gay Issues
(480) 409-2263
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
Jessica Schild, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you're looking for a straightforward, non-judgmental approach, with empathy and warmth, I may be the right therapist for you. I am very down to earth and incorporate a gentle sense of humor into my approach. It is my personal goal to create a safe and comfortable atmosphere for you to freely express yourself, self-reflect, and move towards desired goals. As a therapist, it is my job to instill hope, motivate, and empower you. Building a trusting therapeutic relationship and setting goals collaboratively will set the foundation for your growth and success.
Gay Issues
(602) 483-6088
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Stonewall Institute, Treatment Facility  in Phoenix
“Stonewall Institute is a licensed outpatient substance abuse facility located in Phoenix, Arizona. We offer a holistic approach of care in an upscale office environment designed to address the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual components necessary for recovery from chemical dependency issues. Major health insurance accepted and sliding scale rates available.
Gay Issues
(602) 910-2317
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Affordable Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
“I'LL BE UNAVAILABLE UNTIL AUGUST, 2015. Reaching out for help requires courage and honesty. From personal experience I understand that achieving inner peace and learning better coping skills greatly improve the quality of life . For 42 years I have helped teens and adults with depression, anxiety, anger, low self-esteem, relationship conflict, substance abuse, grief, stress & gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues. A good counselor is non-judgmental, self-aware, compassionate and above all, skilled at focusing on your strengths and helping you maximize them. My style is relaxed, warm and supportive as is my office atmosphere.
Gay Issues
(480) 409-2440
Phoenix, Arizona 85032
Amra Stafford, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Having difficulty coping with a stressful situation? Maybe you feel down or anxious. Or perhaps it feels like the same problems and relationship issues keep repeating. I provide results-oriented psychotherapy to help you feel better, while helping to resolve the root causes of your difficulties. My clients are interested in medium to longer-term psychotherapy and have often (though not necessarily) been in therapy before. My approach is kind, supportive, direct, and sometimes humorous.
Gay Issues
(602) 904-5012
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Sandra Nettles, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSSW
“I help couples restore their love, intimacy & trust, individuals with sexual addiction stop the roller coaster, and individuals with gender questions sort things out.
Gay Issues
(480) 409-2322
Phoenix, Arizona 85021
Ira J Dressner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Phoenix
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“Ira Dressner's focus is: 1. Working with people who have been traumatized by domestic violence, sexual and physical abuse, emotionaly bullying, and Veterans with PTSD and acute stress disorder with EMDR. 2. Working with Couples and families, 3. Anger Management with individuals(NOT GROUPS), 4 Working with people in 12th step model recovery programs and interventions.5. Working in a group with people who are having difficulties with social anxiety.
Gay Issues
(602) 492-8317
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
Susan M. Vaughan, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“I primarily see (but am not limited to) stress management, anxiety, panic, depression, bipolar disorder, women's coping, self esteem problems, and family of origin. I treat young adults to seniors from all walks of life. My years as Director of Behavioral Science at St Joseph's Hospital Family Practice Residency have given me special experience in treating clients wtih chronic and acute health problems. I do not treat children or teens. I do not treat eating disorders or substance/alcohol abuse disorders. I do not do court or legal work. I do see GLBT clients.
Gay Issues
(480) 788-4913
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
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