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Therapists in Tucson

Arni V Sveinsson, Psychologist  in Tucson
“The primary focus of my practice is children and their families. I am a licensed psychologist with training in child/school psychology and over 10 years of experience working with children with special needs. My services include diagnostic psychological assessment, individual psychotherapy, family therapy, and behavioral management training, as well as consultation for navigating special education in the public schools. I specialize in work with children and adolescents with autism, intellectual disabilities, behavioral difficulties, depression, learning disorders, as well as the family stress that may be associated with the challenges these conditions present.
(520) 441-1722
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Karen Michelle Morse, Counselor  in Tucson
“Therapy is a process that brings about significant changes and personal growth and I am often amazed at the courage and motivation my clients display. I am honored to be a part of this process with you. I have been a practicing therapist in Tucson for the past 16 years. My clientele includes children, adolescents and adults and I will meet with you individualy as a couple or family and often a combination of the above. My treatment focus includes: anxiety(including panic,OCD & PTSD),depression,ADHD,abuse,grief,loss,divorce,transitions,addiction,adult children of alcoholics,childhood abuse, and parent education.
(520) 441-8399
Tucson, Arizona 85711
Sylvia Simpson, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Psychoanalyst, MD, MPH
“If you're going through a major life transition, grieving a loss, or feeling 'stuck,' unfulfilled or cut off from your creativity, Jungian-oriented therapy may help you to better understand yourself and your path in life. Finding your own path with its rewards and challenges is an 'individuation' process which continues throughout life. Some points along the way are more difficult than others to find our way through. Working with a Jungian therapist can help a person deepen the relationship to his/her inner world and find more meaning in life.
(720) 336-4209
Tucson, Arizona 85704
Luanna Bozzolo, Psychologist  in Tucson
“I work with children, adolescents, adults, and families. I am a play therapist and enjoy helping children understand their challenges to improve their well-being. I also treat families and couples and focus on increasing communication and improving relationships. Additionally, I treat adolescents and adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, and trauma. I conduct a variety of evaluations including forensic, psychological, and educational.
(520) 332-6755
Tucson, Arizona 85715
Sydney Arkowitz, Psychologist  in Tucson
“My experience over the years as psychotherapist, teacher, and director of therapy training programs has given me many ways to learn about people and to be of help with a variety of populations, ages, and problems. Some people I see are troubled by specific things such as difficulties in work or relationships, grief about a loss, problems in a specific stage of life, shame or guilt about their behavior, or a family crisis. Others are struggling in less definable ways with anxiety, depression, or life's uncertainties in general.
(520) 223-4636
Tucson, Arizona 85716
Nicoline Mayger Counseling LLC, Counselor  in Tucson
“I am a Licensed Psychotherapist specializing in Individual Women's Therapy, Children Ages 0-11 and their Parents, and Families. Primary Orientation for Treament Issues include: Family/Relationship Issues, Life Stressors/Changes, Anxieties, Attachment/Engagement Issues, Distressing/Traumatic Events/PTSD, Depression, and best Parenting Techniques/Effectiveness. * I guide Clients toward Positive Relationships, Healthy Family Dynamics, Personal Fulfillment, Productive Communication, Finding Solutions for Life Stressors, Self-Care, Strengthening the Inner Power for Life's Obstacles, and Successful Coping Skills. Together we create a Treatment Plan specific to Your Needs.
(520) 369-4436
Tucson, Arizona 85716
Kathleen Young, Psychologist  in Tucson
“Do you feel overwhelmed? Stuck? Are you struggling with unresolved past pain? Healing is possible. I can help. Talking to someone new can be difficult, especially when you have experienced early or repeated trauma, have trouble feeling safe, or knowing how or whom to trust. You have the right to seek a therapist who is a good fit! My career focus has been on treating trauma and its aftermath. I believe in your capacity to heal and thrive. Together, we can help you make peace with the past. For more information see my blog: http://drkathleenyoung.wordpress.com/
(520) 441-3817
Tucson, Arizona 85716
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
Marla G Kuhn, Counselor  in Tucson
“If you are looking at this website you, or someone you love, is hurting and you're not sure what to do about it. Asking a stranger for help is a difficult move to make and I acknowledge the courage that has gotten you this far. I honor that you are doing the very best you can with the knowledge and resources that you currently have available and I can help you build on your own strengths to do even better. A joyful and rewarding life is your birthright and I'd like to help you reclaim that gift.
(520) 549-2037
Tucson, Arizona 85719
Linford Whittle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, JD
“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. Through working with your 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
Wendy R Sizer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LISAC
“Sometimes life throws obstacles at us that often result in depression, anxiety, addiction, post-traumatic stress disorder, and more. When it comes to addiction, I've "been there," and now enjoy 28 years of continuous recovery. When it comes to PTSD, depression, anxiety, phobias and addiction, I use Eye Movement, Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy that compatibly combines with other evidence-based therapies to resolve a number of issues.
(520) 468-2035
Tucson, Arizona 85701
Kate Kincaid, Counselor  in Tucson
“I have experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. In addition to working with issues of depression, anxiety, self-esteem, PTSD, childhood traumas substance abuse and co-occurring disorders, I specialize in relational problems such as co-dependence. I studied at the Kinsey Institute which is a renowned school for the study of sexuality. I also have experience counseling with people questioning sexual orientation and identity, alternative relationship models (partnered non-monogamy/polyamory) and traditional monogamous relationship issues such as infidelity, mistrust and ineffective communication.
Tucson, Arizona 85705
Laura Blackman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tucson
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PLLC
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with extensive experience working with adults and children facing a wide range of mental health and relationship needs. My clientele includes men and women of all ages who are in crisis, people with ongoing support needs, and often a combination of both.
(520) 369-4184
Tucson, Arizona 85719
Jami Parrish, Counselor  in Tucson
“Current life challenges or unresolved issues from our past can hinder us from creating the life we would like. Within the therapeutic relationship we create together, we'll explore life's challenges and work toward the changes you desire. I utilize an integrative, holistic approach with psychodynamic and mindfulness-based interventions. Together we'll help you build a better relationship with yourself so you can be more proactive and engaged in your relationships. I have worked with individuals and groups on a variety of issues including life transitions, grief, relationships, and chronic issues such as addictions and mood disorders.
(520) 329-0345
Tucson, Arizona 85718
BrightSol Neuro - A Neurofeedback Studio,   in Tucson
“Emotional balance is a prerequisite for personal wellbeing and growth. At times we can find ourselves "stuck" in any number of un-preferred states; such as anger, stress, dissociation; obsessive thinking, impulsivity, anxiety, panic and sleep trouble; lack of drive and motivation, or poor concentration. These stuck emotions run just below the level of consciousness, intangible yet often overwhelming. These emotions can dominate our thinking process and give rise to inappropriate reactions that impair our ability to be at our best. Neurofeedback teaches the brain how to break out of these habits, allowing a shift back into a contented state - achieving greater happiness and resilience.
(520) 895-4624
Tucson, Arizona 85705
Bernadette Sayre Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Tucson
“Congratulations on beginning your journey to find relief from what ails you. The decision to seek help is a move toward self-care and healing, requiring courage and commitment. Finding the right therapist can be a challenge. A good therapeutic relationship is like a welcoming home; a place where you feel unconditional positive regard and freedom to be yourself. I believe we are defined by our strengths. My approach is strength-based and solution-focused. My goal is to help empower you to believe in yourself and teach you to implement the skills necessary to acieve your goals.
(520) 441-3751
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Paula Evelyn Peterson, Counselor  in Tucson
“Therapy, at its best, provides a foundation for growth and change. It can be a sanctuary where one finds the courage to experience and express deep feelings and important thoughts, to heal emotional and relational wounds, expand one's perspectives and sense of self, develop authenticity and meaning in life, and learn ways to support and help oneself that can be carried into the world. My intention is to offer this kind of sanctuary and experience to each client. The success of my own therapeutic journey informs and motivates my desire to help others along their life paths.
(520) 827-6031
Tucson, Arizona 85719
MindSource Centre, Psychiatrist  in Tucson
“BREAK FREE FROM DEPRESSION! GET BACK TO FEELING WELL! At MindSource Centre Stephen Streitfeld, MD can offer you a proven, non-drug treatment for depression called TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION (TMS). TMS is FDA-approved and has been endorsed by the American Psychiatric Association to treat adults with major depression. TMS uses focused electromagnetic pulses to directly stimulate underactive brain regions to improve your mood. TMS is non-systemic and lacks the side effects of medications. TMS is performed in our office while you remain comfortable, awake and alert.
(520) 394-4904
Tucson, Arizona 85715
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
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, LISAC, NCGCII
“I have been working as counselor since 1994, and have extensive experience working with people affected by addictions, depression and anxiety. in addition to accepting many different insurance plans, I offer free or very low cost counseling to problem gamblers and people affected by them.
(520) 395-9252
Tucson, Arizona 85711
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