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Lena Malofeeva, Psychologist  in Tucson
“Need professional help? I work with children, adolescents, and adults, families, and couples to restore balance and bring positive change. I aim to solve problems you face here and now. I use behavioral and cognitive methods that have clear scientific evidence of effectiveness: they do not involve extensive exploration of childhood or unconscious mind. They are active, directive, and educational. I believe therapy should not be a mystery. It is an investment of your time, finances, and energy that should be considered seriously and carefully.
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(520) 762-7842
Tucson, Arizona 85704
Arizona Detox Centers, Treatment Facility  in Tucson
“Arizona Detox Centers is a 9-bed Medical Detox located in Prescott, Arizona. We provide comprehensive medical detoxification for Drug and Alcohol dependence. Our brand new, state of the art Alcohol & Drug Detox facility is fully licensed and professionally staffed. We accept health insurance upon verification of benefits as well as private pay clients. We serve adults and seniors 18-years-old and up. For more information, visit http://www.arizonadetoxcenters.org, or call (858) 886-6472 to schedule an assessment.
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(858) 384-4188
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Tucson, Arizona 85739
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Elizabeth Matthews PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
“As an experienced clinician , I understand how choosing the "right" therapist can be a challenge. Just the idea of talking to a "stranger" about your problems can be overwhelming.. Let me tell you despite the fact those feelings are very common and natural , many of my clients have told me that coming to therapy have been one of the best decisions they have made in their life. I believe in holistic approaches that brings theoretical and practical integration which includes all aspects of a person: physical, mental, and spiritual, within a physical and social context. .
(520) 895-4734
Tucson, Arizona 85715
Sally Markley, Counselor  in Tucson
“I am a licensed psychotherapist and a registered art therapist specializing in couples, family's and individuals. My specialty is relationships and trauma recovery. Additional treatment issues include anxiety, depression, self-esteem, interpersonal conflicts, grief, loss and parenting. My counseling services foster a supportive process to further growth and development. Enabling you to experience a greater sense of awareness, a stronger sense of self-esteem and to develop more tools for coping.
(520) 433-4522
Tucson, Arizona 85716
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
Jessica Chasnoff, Psychologist  in Tucson
“The discovery that you possess the inherent wisdom needed to move your life in a positive direction is an integral part of creating healing change. When we can trust who we are, we begin opening to life in a way that offers us true happiness. I provide an empathic and safe environment in which clients who seek to understand themselves further can explore who they are, free from judgment or criticism. My greatest joy is in helping you find yours.
(520) 394-4812
Tucson, Arizona 85711
Christine Widener, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RN, PLLC
“My experience has taught me that we have within us everything we need, and sometimes, we just need guidance and support to take the necessary steps toward change. Learning what our unconscious choices have created, and how to choose differently by honoring our own truth is a primary focus of therapy. My approach integrates the body, mind, and spirit, to help you reconnect with your inner knowing. I teach authentic communication to create new patterns of thinking, and living fully. I specialize in interpersonal issues, mood, anxiety, trauma, life stage changes, using Mindfulness, Cognitive, Person-Centered, and EMDR Therapies.
(520) 216-5975
Tucson, Arizona 85701
Andy Bernstein, Psychologist  in Tucson
“My orientation is family systems, which means even when there is only one person in my office, I view that person in the context of emotional systems in which he or she is embedded–family, work, friendships–and try to help the person recognize forces that are acting upon them. What are the "rules" of those systems? What expectations did someone grow up with, for example, around marriage and family? What lessons were learned about sexuality and religion, about work and play, fitting in vs. going one’s own way, and all the other challenges and choices that life presents?
(520) 441-3038
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Kathryn Vaughan Robey, Counselor  in Tucson
“Do you feel stuck? Surrounded by negativity? Struggling with relationships at work, with your partner, with family members? Do you want change but find yourself continuing in patterns that do not serve you? Are you wondering what will bring the lasting change you want? I work with people who want more, even if they don't know how to get it. I help people to define what isn't working as well as helping them to define the life they DO want. What will it take for you to decide to say "YES" to you and your best life?
(520) 366-8514
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Lenore M Monroe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed psychotherapist and certified psychoanalyst with over 30 years experience. I strive to create a supportive, collaborative environment where your difficulties can be explored and understood. I believe that past experiences and traumas can interfere with present functioning and well being, especially in such areas as relationships, self esteem, and employment.
(520) 704-6726
Tucson, Arizona 85719
Shoshana Jacobson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with individuals, couples, and families, treating them with warmth, acceptance and respect. I help people struggling with relationship issues both with their partners and others, as well as a client's relationship to him or herself. My approach is strength based. With each client, together, we discover the person's unique capabilities, talents and experiences and apply them toward achieving the client's goals in therapy. I help clients deal with situations which seem hopeless to them, and work with them to find manageable solutions.
(520) 201-1343
Tucson, Arizona 85711
Carol J Wechsler Blatter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DCSW, LMFT
“I am a dedicated, innovative mental health outpatient clinician in private practice for the past 42 years, providing creative, competent, and confidential services. In my practice, we join together to identify your stressors and emotional challenges, then develop treatment strategies designed to improve your life situation. Helping you feel supported, understood, appreciated, and validated are the cornerstones of my practice. I help persons of all ages - children through seniors. And my practice includes services for individuals, couples, and families. First and foremost, your needs are always my priority.
(520) 329-4860
Tucson, Arizona 85711
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SEP
“As I work with clients using newer models of understanding self struggle, we usually discover together that overt or covert unresolved traumatic experiences hinder lasting progress. Most of my clients (adults and children) have been in therapy previously, and often successfully. However desired goals have slipped away or were never totally met. Depression and anxiety increase or return.If addictions are an issue, pressure to use is less manageable. Life becomes more difficult, even intolerable.. . I find it a joy to be with clients as they learn how to have their own joy and understanding of who they are and how to sustain this..
(520) 441-3890
Tucson, Arizona 85715
Tucson Center for Counseling & Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Tucson
“Tucson Center for Counseling and Psychotherapy believes in the healing potential of counseling and psychotherapy to improve one's mental health. In this respectful and supportive atmosphere, clients have the opportunity to achieve the personal growth that they are seeking. TCCP offers high-quality, affordable, and compassionate counseling and psychotherapy. Counselors have the experience to assist people desiring to achive higher self esteem, develop a positive self image, support personal growth and evolution, obtain a healthy self respect, learn about behavioral triggers, change self defeating patterns, releive anxiet and depressive symptoms, enrich your relationshps, decrease trauma, and grief symptoms.
(520) 329-3336
Tucson, Arizona 85719
Sean Flynn, Psychologist  in Tucson
“Carl Rogers, said all that's needed for effective therapy is a good relationship between the psychologist and the patient. A good psychologist needs to be empathetic and genuinely interested in helping, even sharing their own personal experiences when it would be helpful. A good psychologist accepts their patient for who they are and helps their patients accept themselves for who they are at this moment while they work towards achieving more meaning and happiness in their lives.
(520) 733-2524
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Judith Henderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MS, ACSW, QCSW
“My view is that lasting change comes through self understanding. I help people in a safe, non-judgemental environment to develop a greater sense of control over their lives, leading to a happier future. As a psychoanalytic therapist, I am best suited to help people who are curious about themselves and others. Current neuroscience shows us overcoming emotional problems usually involves a process of understanding underlying issues. I take into account the entire person, not just symptoms, treating adolescents and adults with a variety of emotional difficulties. My office offers privacy for professionals and others are concerned about confidentiality.
(520) 837-1094
Tucson, Arizona 85718
John G Carlson, Psychologist  in Tucson
“In my psychotherapy I work with both men and women adults of all ages, civilian or military, who feel overwhelmed by stress. I believe that people's psychological issues result mainly from stressful social events--whether in the person's past or present life, or both. Childhood experiences, prior social learning, current needs and obstacles, difficult family members, friends, supervisors, co-workers, and other concerns, all contribute to stress. In turn, a person may feel unpleasant emotions and a lack of personal control, a strong desire for change, and the need for support, advice, and alternative ways to live.
(520) 201-1185
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Jennifer Dvoskin, Psychologist  in Tucson
“I have experience working with teens, preteens, and adults facing a variety of challenges, including anxiety, problems at school, behavior problems, relationship issues, friendship struggles, and substance abuse. I have trained and worked at one of the world's best substance abuse treatment centers for adults, and have provided inpatient treatment to children with addictions and behavior problems. I believe in the value of psychotherapy and understand that everyone is different. I tailor each therapy session to each individual client's needs.
(520) 441-8495
Tucson, Arizona 85718
Linford Wells Whittle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, JD, MPAff
“To feel alone with the pain of depression, anxiety and loss can be overwhelming. By creating a compassionate and supportive theraputic environment, painful feelings and conflicted relationships can be explored and resolved. Working with dreams and fantasies and by honoring your life story, a new understanding of your self and your relationships can emerge.
(520) 335-9037
Tucson, Arizona 85712
“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
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