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Intellectual Disability Therapists in Arizona (AZ)
Cognitive Disability

Paula J McCall, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“My primary goal in practice is to assist children and adolescents with a variety of needs in reaching their full potential. As a professional and as a parent of two young children, I know that it can be incredibly challenging to manage the needs that arise in the development of a child. I seek to provide services that better equip a child or adolescent to make positive choices, to overcome and move forward from significant loss and negative experiences, to feel good about him or herself, and to feel capable of achieving all that he or she desires.
Intellectual Disability
(480) 685-5896
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
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.
Intellectual Disability
(520) 223-9206
Tucson, Arizona 85705
Young Mind Center, Inc., Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Dr. Amanda Wood is a licensed clinical psychologist with 15 years of training and expertise in the field of developmental disabilities and social-cognitive delays. Dr. Wood takes a collaborative approach to treatment, meaning that parents, siblings, and caregivers may play an integral role in the therapeutic process. As many children behave differently when visiting the doctor's office, Dr. Wood incorporates home, school, and/or community visits to better understand your child.
Intellectual Disability
(602) 663-9119
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Educational Planning and Counseling Services LLC,   in Sun City West
“Educational Planning and Counseling Services is a private practice providing help to families looking at private and independent boarding school placement. When I started this business, I realized my 20 years of experience was just " the icing on the cake". in helping families. We provide not only the academic or behavioral support to parents, but help them understand the types of placements most helpful to them in facing challenges with their children, adolescent or young adult in either a long term or short term placement.
Intellectual Disability
(888) 915-5805
Sun City West, Arizona 85375
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.
Intellectual Disability
(518) 334-0007
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.
Intellectual Disability
(520) 332-6755
Tucson, Arizona 85715
Lori Long, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Have you ever been concerned about your child's schoolwork, feelings, behaviors, ability to make friends, or general development? I am a licensed psychologist and nationally certified school psychologist specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of children and adolescents ages 2-19 with learning disabilities and dyslexia, autism/asperger's disorder, developmental disabilities, anxiety disorders, and ADHD. Diagnoses are based on comprehensive evaluations. The purpose of an evaluation is to help you better understand your child's individual strengths and weaknesses and to provide school (e.g., IEP, 504) and home-based recommendations tailored to your child's unique needs.
Intellectual Disability
(602) 368-3282
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
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
Intellectual Disability
(520) 582-9458
Casa Grande, Arizona 85194
Paul Beljan, Psychologist  in Scottsdale
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PsyD, ABPdN, ABN
“Dr. Beljan's professional focus is on Attention and Executive Functioning Deficits, Gifted Intelligence, Learning Disorders, Traumatic Brain Injury, Alcohol/Drug Related Neurodevelopmental Deficit (A/DRND), and Trauma. Beljan Psychological Services (BPS) offers neuropsychological evaluations for children and adults in order to render accurate diagnoses and direct interventions. Dr. Beljan co-wrote Misdiagnosis and Dual Diagnoses of Gifted Children and Adults, and he is widely known for his work with gifted children. Dr. Beljan is available for lectures on a wide range of pediatric neuropsychology and developmental topics. For a list of lecture topics, view: www.beljanpsych.com.
Intellectual Disability
(602) 910-2305
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
Suzi U Wall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Scottsdale
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Welcome: I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker & Therapist practicing over 20 years. I am privileged to work with outstanding professionals in the areas of Developmental Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Education, and Medical Care in Hospitals and Clinics. Initially my specialization began with the young child, middle school, and adolescence. Twelve years ago, I began to work with adults and seniors. There are times in life people struggle with situations. This may include depression, anxiety, anger, frustration, poor choice making, poor coping skills, and relationship issues. Together as a team we focus on safety, security, stability and manifesting success. Please join me.
Intellectual Disability
(602) 910-2153
Scottsdale, Arizona 85254
Kelly Morris, Counselor  in Phoenix
“Events fill our lives that influence what we think and feel which in turn affects our decisions. Sometimes these decisions lead to pain for ourselves and others.
Intellectual Disability
(602) 459-9049
Phoenix, Arizona 85021
Meghan Elizabeth Lichtenberg, Pastoral Counselor  in El Mirage
Pastoral Counselor, MDiv
“My favorite mentor stated "People don't get through hard times to be people of weakness", and this sums up my goals in being your pastoral counselor. I want to help build you back up, regardless of what those hard times, situations or feelings may have been. Together we can re-tap into the inner strength you naturally have, but may be hiding from yourself. We can form together a better tomorrow, by encouraging and embracing your current strengths and resources and guiding you towards improvement in all aspects of life.
Intellectual Disability
(623) 455-1966
El Mirage, Arizona 85335
Amy Serin, Psychologist  in Peoria
“As a neuropsychologist, I understand the complexity of underlying brain-based issues that lead to difficulties and utilize customized approaches to obtain positive progress toward each individual's goals. Therapists at The Serin Center utilize strength-based, scientifically supported approaches for children, adolescents, and adults. We are results-oriented and care deeply about our patients' successes. Specialty therapy areas include anxiety, depression, parenting, giftedness, phobias, and women's issues. We use EMDR and cognitive-behavioral therapy because it yields the best results according to scientific data and our collective personal experiences with patients.
Intellectual Disability
(623) 824-5051
Peoria, Arizona 85383
Lori Boston, Counselor  in Tucson
“As we journey through life, many factors blend to form who we are today. When we experience hurts, abuses, traumatic events, or unhealthy relationships we learn to find survival mechanisms that served their purpose at the time but are no longer effective in the present. I use a client-centered approach tailored to meet your individual needs to find the best path to healing. I chose counseling as a career because I have had a life-long passion for helping people.
Intellectual Disability
(520) 394-4880
Tucson, Arizona 85719
Mindy Huang, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Goodyear
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“It's not easy to keep all of our "hats" on straight and our juggling smooth - even under the best of circumstances. And it's especially challenging when something from our past or current situation is throwing us off balance. In my office, you will have a quiet and accepting place to put down your juggling, let go of your self guilt, and take some time to examine what is causing imbalance in your life. Having a better self understanding and working together to create a step by step plan toward the future you want, is very empowering.
Intellectual Disability
(480) 448-2929
Goodyear, Arizona 85395
Carol Zelaya,   in Scottsdale
“Mrs. Zelaya is a School Psychologist with expertise in the following areas: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder; developmental and psychological evaluations; school academic performance and learning disabilities; Anxiety Disorders; Autism and Developmental Disabilities; levels of acculturation; Emotional problems; Depression; Racial / Ethnic Identity; Language development;Bilingualism; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; Behavioral therapy; play therapy, family systems, Strength based Therapy o Patterns of cultural behavior and adaptive functioning
Intellectual Disability
(480) 725-7365
Scottsdale, Arizona 85250
Dina R Schulsinger,   in Phoenix
Coach, MEd, MFT, CFC
“In today’s society, people are under more pressure then before, juggling home, personal relationships, careers, children, and inner self. Teenagers are faced with additional peer pressure and don't know how to cope with it in a healthy manner. As a family and relationship coach, I have the experience and enjoy working with families, couples, or individuals of all ages. I have the knowledge and the sensitivity to assist families come together to develop coping skills to work through life long difficulties such as parenting, sibling rivalry, behavioral issues, rekindling the passion in your relationship or helping you recognize your goals and happiness.
Intellectual Disability
(480) 646-4730
Phoenix, Arizona 85028
Neil I Clark, Psychologist  in Mesa
“If you are looking for a comprehensive evaluation of your unique history, symptoms and concerns, I can help. I am a Licensed Psychologist who has provided assessment, counseling and consulting services for more than twenty-five years for a wide diversity of clients (3000+). My services include assessment, diagnosis and documentation of cognitive and memory impairments, personality disorders, psychotic disorders, substance abuse, learning disabilities, developmental disorders, impulse control disorders, anxiety disorders and depressive disorders. My consultative evaluation services have been requested by clients, concerned parents, physicians, counselors, attorneys, schools, law enforcement and security agencies, social service agencies and the courts.
Intellectual Disability
(480) 305-0252
Mesa, Arizona 85206
Martha LaRosa Scranton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Flagstaff
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“I strive to provide a safe & sacred space for you to explore issues that may be troubling you. Together we will look at how your conscious & sub-conscious mind may be interfering or supporting you in living the life you want to live. I offer a variety of methods. Together we will find the method or combination of methods that work best for you. My counseling style is supportive and non-confrontational. I take an ecological approach and will work with you and those you would like involved in your treatment as desired or needed.
Intellectual Disability
(928) 248-8400
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
Stephen Streitfeld, Psychiatrist  in Tucson
“Stephen Streitfeld, M.D. is board certified in general psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry. He is a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. He treats every patient as a unique individual in assessing their mental health issues and needs. His practice is focused on treating patients with the latest and best available psychiatric treatment options available combining compassion with excellent clinical skills in a safe, confidential treatment environment. Patients are provided with an individualized comprehensive evaluation and treatment plan that allows then to evaluate their treatment options allowing them to make the best informed decision regarding their care.
Intellectual Disability
(520) 314-3987
Tucson, Arizona 85715

Intellectual Disability (Cognitive Disability) Therapists
Persons with cognitive disabilities may have difficulty with various types of mental tasks. Intellectual disabilities, also known as developmental delay or mental retardation, are a group of disorders defined by diminished cognitive and adaptive development. These Therapists in Arizona (AZ) can provide professional help working with the parents or guardians of children or adolescents who are mentally retarded (or have general cognitive disabilities or intellectual disabilities).

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

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