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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
Spectrum Psychology and Wellness, LLC, Psychologist  in Gilbert
“Spectrum Psychology and Wellness was formed in order to meet the holistic needs of our community. Our approach is strength-based and person centered. Our practitioners specialize in issues across all ages and stages of life. Our intention is to meet the needs of the ever-evolving integrated healthcare landscape. Our aim is to treat the whole patient in one, central place, by adopting a multi-dimensional approach that explores the relationship between mental health and physical conditions. SPW will work with your healthcare team to provide coordinated patient care that meets your unique needs and those of your family.
Intellectual Disability
(480) 405-0649
Gilbert, Arizona 85295
“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.
Intellectual Disability
(520) 447-2752
Tucson, Arizona 85718
Behavioral Science Consultation LLC, Psychologist  in Tempe
“20 years of experience providing psychological consultation and evaluation services. Consultation services include forensics, suicide death, suicide autopsy, Subject Matter Expert (SME) in fields of suicidology, violence, and trauma. Certified to conduct suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention training. Evaluation services include forensics, fitness for duty, disability, personal injury, intellectual, achievement, cognitive, and personality assessments.
Intellectual Disability
(480) 448-1150
Tempe, Arizona 85282
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
Della S Lusk, Psychologist  in Flagstaff
“The Arizona Behavioral Health Associates provide comprehensive treatment programs for clients seeking guidance through changes and difficulties in their lives. Our providers have extensive experience in counseling children, adolescents and families. Dr. Della Lusk's practice focuses primarily on individual psychotherapy, but she also offers group, couples and family counseling.
Intellectual Disability
(928) 774-7997
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
Gentry Pediatric Behavioral Services, PLLC, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Dr. Joseph Gentry obtained his doctoral degree from Illinois State University, with a specialization in consultation, assessment, and developmental disabilities. Dr. Gentry has been working with children diagnosed with developmental disabilities and their families for 11 years and has presented his research nationally on topics related to behavior analysis and autism spectrum disorders. As a licensed psychologist in the State of Arizona, Dr. Gentry provides on-going behavioral consultation and supervision to private and public school systems, parent training and consultation, assessment and diagnosis, and teacher training.
Intellectual Disability
(602) 714-2424
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
Eric Greenman, Psychiatrist  in Scottsdale
“Dr. Greenman is a Board Certified Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist located in Scottsdale, Arizona. He received his Medical Degree at the Medical College of Wisconsin. As an intern, he completed a year of Child Neurology and Endocrinology. He completed his Residency in Adult Psychiatry and Neurology in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and then his Fellowship in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin through the Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He has been in private practice in Arizona since 1995, on consultation staff at Scottsdale Healthcare, and Phoenix Magazine's Top Doc 2014.
Intellectual Disability
(480) 409-3566
Scottsdale, Arizona 85258
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.
Intellectual Disability
(520) 441-1722
Tucson, Arizona 85712
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
Joseph C Roberson, Psychologist  in Phoenix
“Dr. Roberson provides outpatient psychological therapy services for individuals and families within the Phoenix area. He is a licensed psychologist and a nationally certified school psychologist. He specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of mental health conditions. His clinical evaluations and counseling are often covered by insurance. The typical age range of patients is 13-62 years. Dr. Roberson holds BS and MS Degrees in Education, and a PhD Degree in Educational Psychology with a clinical emphasis from the Graduate School at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.
Intellectual Disability
(623) 486-0935
Phoenix, Arizona 85029
Lisa Green, Psychiatric Nurse  in Chandler
“Welcome to my Page! My name is Dr. Lisa and I work with Children, Adolescents and Young Adults, from ages 2 through 22, who experience all types of psychiatric, emotional and behavioral concerns. I am a prescriber who utilizes my extensive practice experience to create a workable plan to enhance your child's' potential to succeed and strive for the best quality of life possible. I am a developmental specialist, with expertise in disorders that develop during infancy, childhood and adolescence. Some of these include Autism, Attention Deficit and/or Hyperactivity, anxiety, depression and many more to name a few.
Intellectual Disability
(480) 568-4120
Chandler, Arizona 85248
Kuo-Yi Chung, Psychologist  in Mesa
“I am a licensed psychologist in the state of Arizona. I conduct psychological assessments and provide treatments to children, adults, couples and families on issues including depression, anxiety, bipolar, schizophrenia, loss and grief, trauma and abuse, life span transitions, relational problems, acculturation, as well as other psychological, spiritual, and existential issues. My style is empathic and I emphasize collaborative relationships with clients. I hope to help my clients build on their strengths to cope with life challenges. I am bilingual in Mandarin Chinese and English and have worked with people from a broad array of backgrounds.
Intellectual Disability
(480) 646-3296
Mesa, Arizona 85210
Glendale Christian Counseling, Pastoral Counselor  in Glendale
“Reverend Brooks Gibson, M.ED., began his service over 30 years ago with a bi-vocational education in Bible and Psychology. In 1980 he began working under Donald O. Clifton, Ph.D., at SRI, aka Gallop (Gallop Polls), known as the "Father of Strengths Based Psychology" and "Grandfather of Positive Psychology". He moved to Arizona in 1984, beginning his pastoral internship in counseling, followed by work in psychiatric hospitals, Psychodrama therapy, agencies in AZ's Medicaid or AHCCCS system, providing Intensive in-home therapy, out-patient services, and court ordered services.
Intellectual Disability
(623) 500-6933
Glendale, Arizona 85301
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.
Intellectual Disability
(480) 376-7404
Tucson, Arizona 85712
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
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
Christine Jensen, Counselor  in Prescott
“Feeling emotionally safe, respected, and heard is the foundation of my therapeutic practice. My specific approach depends a great deal on you and what areas in your life you would like to address. I work with adults, couples, adolescents, and children 5 & up on a variety of issues including: life transitions, depression, anxiety, parenting, and grief. I also have a wonderful therapy dog named Rosie! Although she often spends her days with me and my clients she also has days off making the office a "dog free" zone.
Intellectual Disability
(928) 248-8747
Prescott, Arizona 86301
Marcel A Van Eerd, Psychologist  in Chandler
“I work with clients to develop personal and relational skills, addressing immediate concerns and preventing relapse in long-term conditions. I promote family and social change, helping parents understand their children as complete beings while nurturing children to be respectful, engaged family members, informed critical thinkers, and responsible citizens. I support parents in developing appropriate boundaries while involving children in decisions. I offer a welcoming, sensitive and respectful approach, using my talents and humor to aid the individual, couple, and family to improve their lives and relationships.
Intellectual Disability
(480) 666-8541
Chandler, Arizona 85224
Counselor, PhD
“A brain development expert and published research author, Curtis Cripe currently practices neuroengineering at NTL Group. Curtis Cripe entered the field of behavioral medicine after a successful engineering career in which he helped orchestrate the first Mars landing at JPL and managed software development for DOD projects. Cripe's accomplishments in the behavioral medicine field include the creation of Crossroads Institute, an organization that helps family members who have suffered brain injuries or face learning disabilities. He has also developed programs designed to nurture brain development in young people who are developmentally delayed and help injured adults recover brain function.
Intellectual Disability
(602) 904-5064
Scottsdale, Arizona 85255

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).