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Therapists in Tucson

Deborah Hudson, Counselor  in Tucson
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor, certified in Interactive Guided Imagery (SM), I have developed my practice around my belief in the mind-body connection. Whether your concerns are related to depression or anxiety, or originate with a physical problem, my approach is to consider these issues in the context of the whole person--mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual. Guided Imagery can be particularly helpful for accessing inner resources that you possess, but with which you may be out of touch.
(520) 549-2132
Tucson, Arizona 85716
Kala Annambhotla, Psychologist  in Tucson
“Are you feeling stuck? Having a difficult time in your life? Feeling overwhelmed, anxious, depressed? Struggling with a significant loss or trauma? By working together, we can bring about new understanding, hope, and change to your situation. Change is not easy, but I am committed to providing an environment of caring support, honesty, integrity, and gentle challenge to help nurture new perspectives, skills, and strategies for positive change. I welcome an opportunity to guide you towards a state of resilience and empowerment that makes your life feel meaningful and fulfilling.
(480) 666-9141
Tucson, Arizona 85716
Robin Memel Fox, Counselor  in Tucson
“I believe that most change & success comes when clients are co-creators in the process, open to challenging beliefs and willing to share openly. Developing an authentic, therapeutic relationship is crucial in order to facilitate growth and healing. I treat past or current trauma, relationship issues, survivors of domestic abuse, mood disorders, infertility issues, eating disorders, women's issues & lifestyle changes. The therapeutic process will focus on helping you to re-discover/develop strengths and coping skills. I also believe you must also be willing to dive into exploring the source of your current struggles, pain, dysfunction or dis-ease.
(520) 332-6144
Tucson, Arizona 85715
Performance Enhancement and Rehabilitation, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
“I am a seasoned clinician who has worked in Tucson for 30 plus years and have training and experience with short term brief therapy. Longer term therapy may be provided for depression, chronic pain and some chemical dependencies. As part of my corporation: Performance Enhancement and Rehabilitation I also offer optimal performance training for business and athletic competion. Through a combination of traditional and alternative therapies I provide intergrative and innovative treatments for a a wide range of problems. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a nationaly certified biofeedback practioneer.
(520) 201-1590
Tucson, Arizona 85741
Substance Abuse Rehab at Sonora Behavioral Health, Treatment Facility  in Tucson
“Established in 1994, Sonora Behavioral Health is a premier provider of mental health and substance abuse services for children, adolescents, and adults. Situated in Tucson, Arizona, Sonora offers various levels of care aimed to meet the unique needs of those in Pima County and Southern Arizona. With a mission to be an ever-progressing healthcare provider, Sonora also offers a number of specialized programming options, of which has garnered recognition by Optum as a Platinum inpatient provider of behavioral health services. The caring staff at this hospital delivers treatment with the utmost compassion, retaining every patient's dignity by treating each individual as though he or she is family. The therapeutic interventions woven into each program are evidenced-based and proven to care for even the most serious of mental health and chemical dependency concerns so that each person who comes to Sonora for care is able to realize a happy and healthy life.
(844) 203-3703
Tucson, Arizona 85704
“With over 30 years of experience providing psychotherapy and psychological testing, I have come to know, understand and help a vast variety of people of all ages. I am now devoting my practice to psychological testing to clarify psychological diagnosis and personality dynamics, evaluate difficulties in learning and attention, assist in obtaining special accommodations for college and professional testing, and as part of the adoption process for prospective parents. I view each person as an individual with a unique pattern of strengths and weaknesses which contributes to or hinders functioning.
(520) 447-2752
Tucson, Arizona 85718
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
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 Weiner-Dabda, Counselor  in Tucson
“I believe Nothing Is Impossible.. Especially Change! It's all about your willingness and motivation to make the difference in your world, and I can assist in providing the tools to make that happen.
(520) 777-9735
Tucson, Arizona 85705
Sierra Tucson, Treatment Facility  in Tucson
“An internationally renowned psychiatric hospital and treatment center, Sierra Tucson provides an integrative system of neuropsychiatric care for the emotional, physical, and spiritual healing of individuals and families. Sierra Tucson excels in the assessment and treatment co-occurring disorders with the following specialized programs: Addictions/Co-occurring Disorders, Eating Recovery Program, Mood & Anxiety Program, Pain Management Program, Program for Trauma Recovery, and Assessment & Diagnostic Program.
(866) 300-2292
Tucson, Arizona 85739
Michael Patrick Christiansen, Psychologist  in Tucson
“Most of my work is with people involved in Court proceedings. For Criminal Court I evaluate Competency to Stand Trial and State of Mind at Time of Offense ("Insanity"), risk assessments, and for possible sentence mitigation. I receive referrals from the Pima County Mental Health Defender's Office for Independent Title 36 Evaluations for petitioned patients held in jail, psychiatric hospitals, and the community for Probate Court. I am also a Family Court-recognized mental health expert in Pima County providing Psychological Evaluations for individuals age 12-up. I can provide independent evaluation and/or consultation in the above areas.
(520) 223-9206
Tucson, Arizona 85705
Robert Stephen Sadler, Counselor  in Tucson
“To examine the issues that influence your experiences, relationships & quality of life, you need a place of safety & calm. I have practiced as a full-time clinician for over 20 years and have specialized in trauma, post-traumatic stress, sexual abuse (survivors and offenders), depression, substance abuse and sexual addiction (pornography). I have a special interest in depression/anxiety, conduct-disordered adolescents, couples, seniors and adult caregivers of elderly parents. I have years of experience working cross-culturally with Hispanic and Native American clients.
(520) 549-6282
Tucson, Arizona 85719
Dan Newman & Associates, Counselor  in Tucson
“I retired as Assistant Chief from the Tucson Police Department after 25 years. My background and life experiences have given me a unique niche as a Mental Health Counselor. Many of my clients are law enforcement officers/agents and other emergency services personnel and their families, and I work with the "civilian" population as well. I also provide Critical Incident Stress Management services for a variety of companies and organizations, both on-scene as well as post-event therapy. I provide counseling for post-trauma stress,depression, anxiety, stress, relationships, and other issues.
(520) 441-3855
Tucson, Arizona 85711
In Balance Intensive Outpatient, Treatment Facility  in Tucson
“In Balance is dedicated to providing top quality, interactive services for a chemically dependent population with moderate to severe drug or alcohol problems. Its very name is derived from its commitment to address all four elements of an individual's human being: physical, emotional, social, and spiritual. In Balance works in three different ways: using a 12-step curriculum, relapse prevention and incorporating experiential based therapy. Our philosophy is that by mixing up the different modalities, the group members feel an excitement about each and every session. We have both an adult group and an adolescent group.
(520) 329-1946
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MC, LMFT
“I have been practicing as a therapist since Jan. 2008 and have a wide array of knowledge and life experience pertaining to treating mental health and relationship problems. I hold a Master's Degree in Counseling with an emphasis on Marriage, Family and Child Therapy. I have had many experiences with children and families from working as a youth pastor for over 6 years to being a Jr. High Life Skills Instructor for 5 years. I have also had over 4 years of experience in working with clients diagnosed with serious mental illness and am an approved clinical supervisor.
(520) 329-2201
Tucson, Arizona 85704
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
Kimberly J Lindley, Counselor  in Tucson
“I have specialized in Dialectical behavior therapy as well as cognitive behavioral therapy. I have developed programs for clients with bipolar disorder, anxiety and depression. I have also been trained in the treatment of trauma. I have done a lot of treatment with adolescents and young adults. I have worked for a number of years in a tribal organization doing dual diagnosis treatment for mental health and substance abuse.
(907) 341-3120
Tucson, Arizona 85741
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) 258-8988
Tucson, Arizona 85716
Said A Ibrahimi, Psychiatrist  in Tucson
“Dr. Ibrahimi specializes in psychiatric treatment in child & adolescents, adults, and addiction. He is a member of The American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry and he is Board certified in Adult Psychiatry. Dr. Ibrahimi channels his energy into providing individualized care for each of his patients, as each patient exhibits a variety of symptoms and disorders. He is dedicated to reaching the root cause of the symptoms that patients exhibit, so that treatment is maximized to its optimal effects. Patient satisfaction and education is a priority for Dr. Ibrahimi because compliance and understanding is the foundation to a healthy treatment process.
(518) 334-0007
Tucson, Arizona 85704
Maya Christine Asher, Counselor  in Tucson
“I believe in the importance of healing as an ongoing process, a natural part of living. No individual or family fits into one box and no recovery plan should be cookie cutter. The medical model focuses on problem/illness vs. solution/empowerment, this can be counter productive to healing. I wanted to be a poet, not a therapist. Today, I am both. We are all capable of accessing our true self. My personal experiences as a child (labeled/diagnosed at 7) and the therapy that runs in my blood (raised by two individuals in the field) have brought me here.
(480) 376-7404
Tucson, Arizona 85712
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