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Therapists in Pinal County

W6 Ranch Counseling Services,   in Casa Grande
“Equine Assisted Psychotherapy provides a powerful, effective, interesting and fun therapeutic alternative to Traditional Talk Therapy. Working with horses has been effective with numerous types of clients and needs. Some of these include Emotional and Behavioral problems, learning disabilities, those coping with grief and mourning, abuse, major life changes that trigger feelings of turmoil in their lives and much more. Please refer to our website for more information: www.w6ranch.com
Pathway to Peace Addiction Recovery and Life Coaching, LLC, Counselor  in Maricopa
“I have a heart for the hurting addict and the surrounding family, as everyone in the system needs support and encouragement. My goal is to meet you where you are and offer paths and guidance out of whatever turmoil you might be suffering. I have 30 years experience helping addicts and recent education in the latest best practices, bringing these together in a unified whole to offer a well rounded experience-based practice to best serve you or yours. I believe your journey of recovery starts within and respectfully strive to encourage growth in the direction you most desire.
DayLight Awakenings,   in Casa Grande
“Struggle is unnecessary; there is nothing you need to become. You already possess the resources necessary to live a joy-filled, passionate and purposeful life. It's simply a matter of releasing the limiting thoughts and beliefs which keep you stuck in patterns that don't work. This paves the way for you to recognize and reconnect with your inner wisdom and utilize the full strength of your natural potential. Begin your journey of alignment with the wisdom within; awaken to your highest abilities and passions in the environment of acceptance and compassion of DayLight Awakenings.
The River Source, Treatment Facility  in Arizona City
“Our philosophy is one of holistic healing. Our program focuses on strengthening the mind, body, spirit and the emotional well being of an individual. We believe the disease of chemical dependency centers in the mind, therefore "our thinking" must be changed for successful recovery to take place. Although the body may be damaged by substance abuse, we know it can be healed through a combination of medical & naturopathic detox, nutritional therapy and an individualized exercise program. Meditation and yoga help reconnect the mind and body, as well as increase the feeling of emotional wellness. Working a 12-step program leads to a spiritual awakening that delivers fellowship. Through our holistic drug and alcohol dependency program, our clients gain physical, mental, and emotional tools to live a purposeful and fulfilling life in recovery. We at The River Source provide our clients with a world-renowned holistic approach to mind, body, and spirit wellness. We know that getting help for yourself or a loved one can be costly, and that is why our mission is to provide a safe and nurturing environment, along with a quality program, which addresses the needs of the whole person at an affordable cost.
Gold Canyon Counseling, Counselor  in Gold Canyon
“I provide therapy for people who are experiencing loss, stress, or hopelessness due to difficult life transitions, troubling relationships, chronic pain/illness, trauma, anger, depression or anxiety. I utilize brief therapy, emotional freedom therapy (tapping), cognitive therapy (changing thought patterns), hypnotherapy, existential therapy, and healing prayer. Because of my background as a life coach and professor, I am gifted to help individuals with educational or vocational decisions. l utilize positive psychology and focus on health. As a pastoral counselor, I believe in the power of forgiveness, gratitude and happiness. I have seen incredible healing in my clients due to the power of love.
Dave McIntyre, Psychologist  in Gold Canyon
“My psychotherapy practice serves children, teens, adults and elders. Services include individual, family and couples psychotherapy. I have 20 years of experience treating depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction, relationship concerns, performance enhancement, sports psychology, grief/bereavement issues, and health related behavior change. I provide psychological testing in the following areas: intellectual, achievement, cognitive, personality, and forensic evaluations. Specialties include veterans and their families; individual and team sports psychology interventions designed to improve mental resilience and focus; and suicide prevention & intervention training and consultation.
Holding Hope Sober Living Homes, Inc., Treatment Facility  in Maricopa
“Experience tells us that in order to maintain long-term sobriety we must develop an alcohol and drug-free lifestyle. We must develop new friendships and relationships with other alcohol and drug-free people at work, at home, and especially in our leisure hours. We must also replace our previous destructive behaviors with more healthy and productive alternatives. We are committed to providing professional, safe, and nurturing recovery residences that encourage self-discovery and spiritual growth. Families are welcome and encouraged to be a supportive part of the journey.
Gerald Whitehawk Transpersonal Therapist,   in Oracle
“Are you too fatigued, worried, depressed or unable to fall asleep? Are you feeling hopeless and helpless? Are you grieving or experiencing painful events flashbacks, overwhelming emotions, mind racing, and feel that you don't fit in the world, anymore? Conventional, one-size-fits-all therapeutic models lack authenticity, in stark contrast with the uniqueness of individual life. I'm an Esotherapist and Australian Registered Counselor Level 4 (LPC equivalent) living in US and specializing in depression, anxiety/panic, PTSD, grief, addictions, confidence, relationships, problem children, spiritual, existential and identity crises. I am also a clinical hypnotherapist, NLP practitioner and life-coach (confidence & dating).
Luke Eidenschink,   in Casa Grande
“As a life coach, I work with clients to create the inspiration and motivation to transform their lives. I help my clients to shift out of a depressed state of being and into a life of happiness, intention, and momentum. It is a very human experience to feel stuck at times in our lives. I provide an impartial, non-judgmental space for my clients to speak and be heard. I then partner with them to help them to shift their thinking and their life in a focused and positive direction.
San Tan Counseling, Counselor  in Apache Junction
“My focus in practice is on children ages 5 to 11 and adults. I have worked with teens who are willing to enter into counseling services. My focus is anxiety and depression. I am focused on creating a welcoming environment and I offer several techniques so that you can find what is best to meet your goals.
Elaine Winter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Casa Grande
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The healing process of therapy can reduce suffering as well as being a process of discovering one's authentic self. Developing self-awareness and acceptance, working through the roots of your personal problems, making lasting and powerful changes, and finding meaning and richness in your life is an empowering process that I am so grateful and honoured to be a part of. The approach I use is effective for depression, anxiety, issues of trauma and abuse, relationship concerns, and connection with yourself and others. I believe that each individual has unique strengths and talents and the capacity to find answers for healing within
Oasis Behavioral Health, Treatment Facility  in Casa Grande
“With locations in Chandler and Casa Grande, Arizona, operating since 1987, Oasis Behavioral Health has been providing mental health and substance abuse treatment for children, adolescents, and adults requiring inpatient and acute levels of care. Focusing on the unique needs of its patients, Oasis Behavioral Health incorporates treatment planning modalities based on multidisciplinary approaches. This approach to treatment has produced countless recovery success stories and improved the lives of patients who have completed programs at Oasis. A recipient of the Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission, Oasis Behavioral Health also makes it a priority to raise awareness and provide education to the community with its Suicide Prevention Program. With the goal of preventing needless death, Oasis works with students, teachers, coaches, and parents to assist in recognizing at-risk youth who may be in need of help. Oasis's Jason Foundation Inc. Community Resource Center, located in Chandler, Arizona, is designed to provide necessary tools and resources so as to end the silent epidemic of youth suicide.
(844) 770-4844
Shiloh Lundahl, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Tan Valley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a bilingual (Spanish) therapist who specializes in working with children and families. I offer both in-office and in-home counseling because I recognize that many kids feel more comfortable in their own home than in a therapist's office. Considering the fact that I will only be involved with a family for a relatively short period of time, I use a family systems approach to therapy and I teach parents how to become therapeutic to their children. I charge $90 for an in-office 50-minute visits and $120 for an 80-minute in-home session.
(602) 492-5055
Office is near:
San Tan Valley, Arizona 85140
Sandy Green, Counselor  in San Tan Valley
“In life's struggles, sometimes we need a listening and caring ear to help us along the journey. Together, we can identify and explore those issues that may be getting in the way of a more rewarding life or fulfilling relationships. I will walk with you down the path of healing. I can provide you with support, guidance, and the tools you need to overcome the obstacles in your way, reach your goals, and strengthen your growth.
(480) 351-0306
Office is near:
San Tan Valley, Arizona 85140
Therese Dautheribes, Counselor  in Maricopa
“Sometimes a difficult life transition, a series of changes happening one after the other can throw us off track and challenge the best of us. Or that feeling that you need to make a change in your life or your relationships is getting harder to ignore, because the same old band-aids are no longer working and the pain is not going away by itself. You are not sure how to go about it. Anxiety, depression, self-doubt creep in, and you feel stuck.
(480) 788-2961
Office is near:
Maricopa, Arizona 85138
Strategies For Success, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Maricopa
“Hello, and thank you for taking your time to learn more about Strategies For Success. We work within a functional, problem-solving approach to work with you to minimize problem areas in your life. Our Therapists and Nurse Practitioners work with Individuals, Couples, Families and Children on a variety of issues. We also have 3 Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners who are available for children and adults, with current open appointments. They are able to discuss medication evaluations as well as ongoing medication management as well as education on medications and their benefits to assist you in making the best possible educated decision regarding your care.
(480) 788-1897
Office is near:
Maricopa, Arizona 85139
Kristy Baker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Queen Creek
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSA, LCSW
“I provide creative therapy for children, families and individuals. My approach is playful, fun, and individualized from a Social Work perspective. I take into account all of the relationships, stressors, strengths and support a person has surrounding them. I specialize in helping people successfully manage life transitions, and to manage anxiety. We can often be so resistant to change, staying stuck in our current thinking. Learning how to disconnect from our thoughts is a challenging, but rewarding journey. I utilize many therapeutic techniques, including cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, expressive arts, pLaY, sensory play and behavior modification.
(602) 910-2063
Office is near:
Queen Creek, Arizona 85140
“Marriage & Relationship counseling and coaching! Chandler and Scottsdale/NE Phoenix. My certifications include the Gottman Method for Couples, the Century Program for Anger Management, and the Abuse No More program for Domestic Violence. The Gottman Method focuses on emotion, skill building for managing conflict, developing new skills for enhancing friendship, and helping couples create a system of shared meaning together. This method is tailored to the couple and the strengths and challenges facing each couple. I welcome the opportunity to help you make your relationship a master relationship rather than a disaster relationship.
(480) 719-2829
Office is near:
Maricopa, Arizona 85138
Ann Twilley, Counselor  in Oracle
“I believe that every person is unique and deserves an individualized treatment approach that fits their particular needs. We will work together to design a plan that addresses your personal concerns and supports you throughout your process. I use somatic therapies, EMDR, TRE, Energy Psychology and other self-empowerment tools that will help you manage stress and anxiety and increase your self awareness. You will be supported in effectively identifying and addressing beliefs and behaviors that sabotage your efforts to make the changes you desire. You will be given the tools to find peace and freedom in your life and achieve your goals.
(520) 349-0707
Office is near:
Oracle, Arizona 85623
“I am a bilingual Child and Family Counselor. My goal as a counselor is to offer clients a safe and warm environment in which they have the opportunity to explore their options for change and growth. My clients then have the chance to develop different perspectives toward the issues that afflicted them. They can discover solutions that feel right for them and regain a sense of hope and trust in themselves.
(480) 285-1900
Office is near:
Apache Junction, Arizona 85218

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Pinal County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Pinal County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Pinal County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Pinal County or family therapy in Pinal County.

How to find a specialist?
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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.