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Therapists in Tucson

David Michael Bynes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am in the business of helping people make changes. We are often resistant to change because the patterns we are in tend to perpetuate themselves. If you left the counselor's office and felt completely relaxed and at peace throughout the session...it means no change has happened. Although the end desired result might be relaxation and peace, often a journey is required to get there. Change requires tension, and that is why it is so difficult. I strive to help you with respect, integrity and compassion. I offer in-home and in-school therapy when needed.
(520) 999-2671
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Marden Petrie, Psychologist  in Tucson
“Some people come to therapy with something immediate driving them such as a stressful transition, a loss or emerging symptoms of depression or anxiety that may feel inexplicable. Others come to therapy wanting to understand and appreciate their emotions and experience, better negotiate their relationships and minimize any limiting emotional or interpersonal patterns. This insight along with enhanced capacities for coping ultimately free us to better utilize our strengths, which may feel out-of-reach or unclear during difficult times. My approach is to partner with you to identify and optimize your natural strengths and healing capacities.
(520) 369-4009
Tucson, Arizona 85704
Debra L Kaplan, Counselor  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, LISAC, CSAT-S, EMDR
“Debra's therapeutic focus is experiential, direct and supportive. Clients are successful in resolving their trauma and family of origin issues, sex addiction, porn addiction, or anxiety and depression "My clients have voiced success in living happier lives and healthier relationships both within themselves and with others." Debra's clients learn effective and successful tools in creating inner emotional safety and emotional regulation. Together, you address decreasing compulsive & self harming behaviors that once served as adaptive measures from experiences of rejection, abandonment, and/or invalidation.
(520) 203-1943
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Pamela Hays, Counselor  in Tucson
“I provide psychotherapy to individuals, adults, couples, families, adolescents and children. My general areas of interest are anxiety, depression, addictions, relationships, eating disorders and trauma, obsessive compulsive problems, autism and related disorders, ADHD and behavior problems in children and adolescents. My experience has been that psychological change and changes in life circumstances become possible and more probable when a person understands how their mind works; how thoughts and feelings influence what happens internally and in relation to others. Therapy can help a patient obtain a greater degree of control in managing feeling states and the thoughts related to these.
(520) 549-4145
Tucson, Arizona 85718
Ugo Uche, Counselor  in Tucson
“As a therapist, I specialize in helping people who have become emotionally stuck as a result of traumatic experiences. I help these people, by transitioning them to an agreed upon place of wellness and thriving. My approach with clients is based on a client focused perspective. I believe all clients to include minors, know themselves better than anyone else. This approach is vital as it empowers clients to decide upon which evidence based therapeutic strategy works best for their emotional growth.
(520) 955-5208
Tucson, Arizona 85710
Rosie Wick, Counselor  in Tucson
“Combining gentleness, strength, and evidence-based approaches with an intuitive understanding (and a BS barometer when needed) is at the heart of my work. I use inner and outer resources to support this and a little laughter and irony along the way. Attending to banished voices, lost dreams, inner-child work, saboteurs and avoidance helps in getting people where they want to go. In addition, applying well known factors in the neuropsychology of learning optimizes change: duration, intensity, multimodality, novelty and personal relevance. In practice, it comes together using structure, flow, and clinical assessment.
(520) 704-6942
Tucson, Arizona 85718
Ellen Ross Jue, Counselor  in Tucson
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and I have been counseling for 30 plus years in Tucson. I love my work and I love helping facilitate healthy changes in people. I believe we all have the capacity to overcome our obstacles and challenges and create value and joy in our lives. My years of practice and experience include working with depression, anxiety, co-dependency, relationship addiction,substance abuse, abuse and trauma, stress, grief, parenting and relationships. I have a flexible schedule and offer evening appointments.
(520) 477-0535
Tucson, Arizona 85719
Lauren Hoyt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LAMFT, LISAC, CSAT-S
“I bring my training in Marriage and Family Therapy, EFT and PACT to help couples rediscover and deepen their mutual feelings of warmth and affection for each other, communicate effectively, cope and recover from the devastation of affairs and addictions, let go of unhealthy resentments and enjoy a connected relationship with each other. The goal of couples therapy is to help partners recognize the negative patterns which create powerful, negative emotions such as anger, loneliness (isolation) and sadness and move them to reconnecting in a more healthy and effective way.
(520) 549-2070
Tucson, Arizona 85716
E. J. Kerwin, Counselor  in Tucson
“I believe individuals develop behavioral and emotional patterns which may begin as short term solutions, but can develop into long term problems. By cultivating awareness, clarifying values and approaching life with purpose; individuals, families and couples can minimize emotional suffering and move closer to their potential.
(520) 704-7210
Tucson, Arizona 85719
April Newman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“In the 20 years I've worked in the helping profession, I've been honored to walk with many individuals on their personal paths of self discovery. Bearing witness to their journeys has inspired me on my own path, both professionally and personally. I have found my interest concentrated on Human Sexuality. I am currently enhancing my skills by working towards a Masters of Public Health with a specialization in Human Sexuality. My intention is to provide an open and safe environment for individuals to explore concerns and questions around sexuality.
(520) 265-5491
Tucson, Arizona 85719
Cottonwood Tucson, Treatment Facility  in Tucson
“At Cottonwood Tucson, we rely on the latest research on the neurobiology of human development and the neuroscience of addiction and mood disorders to design cutting-edge, patient-responsive treatment programs. Our understanding of the developing brain, and how addiction and mood disorders can affect the brain's ability to make a content and confident mood, adds to our ability to successfully treat mental health issues in both adolescents and adults. Our intensive Adult Program includes a strong, solid base of medical management, twelve-step recovery concepts, family involvement, group therapy, nutritional counseling, and experiential therapies. Individualized treatment planning allows for effective drug addiction treatment and alcoholism treatment and co-occurring disorders treatment. We have been working with co-occurring disorders for more than 20 years and have experience in the treatment of complex and difficult issues. At Cottonwood Tucson, we strongly believe in the treatment of mind, body, and spirit. Our commitment to excellence is evidenced by our treatment program, which is comprised of a variety of treatment modalities and facilitated by our skilled and compassionate staff. Each patient is facilitated by a physician, psychiatrist, and primary counselor.
(800) 877-4520
Tucson, Arizona 85745
Julie E. Larsen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“You are capable of making positive changes. You can have more fulfilling relationships. You have the ability to cope with life's demands. You can experience self-acceptance and happiness. I provide compassionate therapy and counseling to individuals and families.
(520) 369-4203
Tucson, Arizona 85704
Dan Stone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LISAC, CT
“I have been working in the field of substance abuse, mental health and grief and loss for over 20 years. Through training and experience I have developed an ability to work with clients who have experienced profound loss. My experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings has provided me with skill in treating addictions, codependency, depression and life transitions.
(520) 403-4114
Tucson, Arizona 85718
Frances Almstrom, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“People generally seek therapy when they are hurting - emotionally in pain. I believe people reach unendurable levels of emotional pain when they lose the belief and felt sense that they matter to someone else. The symptoms that appear are indications of a rupture in secure attachment. My approach to therapy, therefore, is to work on healing relationship wounds and re-establishing (or sometimes establishing for the first time) a feeling of secure attachment. I use the Emotionally Focused Therapy model (for couples and families) which focuses on the person/relationship and not the diagnosis, and builds safe, secure connection.
(520) 329-5221
Tucson, Arizona 85705
Catalina Christophe, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Tucson
“Tengo mas de 25 anos trabajando en Mexico y USA. Mis especialidades son trabajar con addiciones, problemas mental y trauma familiar. Assito gratuitamente a personas y familias con problemas de juegos compulsivos, o addictos al casino. Llame.
(520) 329-3250
Tucson, Arizona 85711
Peggie Rodriguez, Counselor  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, NCC, LPC, CDVC, CSGC
“I have a passion for working with any individual, family or group who want to make changes and grow in any or all areas of their lives. Due to my personal and professional experience, I've had great success helping women with relationship and domestic violence issues, couples struggling with communication and trust issues, families seeking parent/child solutions, and high-risk teens desperately needing more effective life and social skills.
(520) 201-1642
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Annie Farnsworth, Psychologist  in Tucson
“New skills and ideas can be developed for connecting with others and managing emotions by working collaboratively with a skilled therapist-- leading to greater hope and action. I help individuals dealing with a range of difficulties and stressors such as relationship or work related problems, loss, family of origin concerns, trauma, or medical illness.
(520) 441-3103
Tucson, Arizona 85718
Marilyn A Daniel, Counselor  in Tucson
“My education is BS Social Work, Master of Science Counseling. I am a practitioner who is licensed in the state of Arizona. My strength based universal approach to therapy. I maintain a view of trusting that humans naturally move toward health and wellness. I use a variety of approaches including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Brief Solution focused therapy, and other forms of therapeutic intervention as needed. Meeting Times are available in evenings Tuesdays until 7 PM and Monday Tuesday Wednesday from 10-6
(520) 775-3922
Tucson, Arizona 85716
Lisa Keller, Counselor  in Tucson
“I specialize in working with individuals struggling with sexually compulsive behaviors (such as pornography addiction, extra-marital sexual/emotional affairs, use of escorts or sexual boundary issues) and co-occuring disorders. In addition, I counsel individuals who have addiction issues, depression and anxiety. I also work with couples struggling with a variety of marital issues. I provide my Christian clients a unique combination of clinical counseling that is based on biblical principles. For all clients, I use a direct, yet compassionate and non-judgmental style to assist him/her/them in living a life of peace, contentment, and new freedom.
(520) 300-9826
Tucson, Arizona 85704
Carolyn Wesson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“I can help you solve problems and achieve the quality of life and love you want. I am able to find solutions to a pressing crisis (for example, should I leave this relationship), as well as do in-depth psychotherapy to resolve the root causes of unhappiness. Whatever direction you choose to go, I will be clear, active and specific in my suggestions. We'll probably also laugh now and then.
(520) 441-9261
Tucson, Arizona 85718
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