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Therapists in Mesa

Kim Arndt, Counselor  in Mesa
“Why would a person take on the process of therapy? Psychotherapy can reveal the source and purpose of psychological symptoms. Satisfaction and healing are possible by developing a closer connection to one's self. This connection enhances the ability to relate with others, maintain healthy boundaries, cope with crises, and achieve goals. Understanding how your inner life interacts with your outer life yields understanding of how you became the person you are, and how you can continue unfolding your personality. Therapy is a journey of finding meaning in one's life, a worthwhile and satisfying use of one's energy.
(480) 712-4267
Mesa, Arizona 85203
Kathy Forsyth-Williams, Counselor  in Mesa
“I have been a therapist, helping people for the past 20 years. I have experience working in agencies, hospitals, universities and private practice settings.
(480) 382-9927
Mesa, Arizona 85204
Celeste L. Cheatham, LPC, LLC, Counselor  in Mesa
“I work with clients facing anxiety, depression,relationship and family issues. My area of specialty is survivors of trauma, including childhood abuse and incest, sexual abuse, and domestic violence. I have a holistic perspective on mental health, integrating emotional, physical and spiritual wellness. I provide coaching on alternate methods of mood management, including physical, nutritional and lifestyle changes that can affect mental health. I am a bi-racial person with an undergraduate degree in Sociology. Consequently, I possess a unique understanding of the ways racial/cultural issues can impact someone's life story.
(480) 427-0410
Mesa, Arizona 85202
Robin Lisa Norgren,   in Mesa
“As a Life Coach, I work with you from the very first session to gain clarity about what MUST change RIGHT NOW to help you begin to experience MORE peace, joy, fulfillment. Sessions are an hour long. Homework is designed to help you work on SPECIFIC areas of change and growth you want to experience In as little as four sessions you will see a noticeable change in the way you feel about your life. I guarantee that from your very first session with me, you will know that you are stepping more deeply into the meaningful life you desire.
(480) 428-2608
Mesa, Arizona 85205
Shiloh Lundahl, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mesa
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
Mesa, Arizona 85204
Judith Rand, Psychologist  in Mesa
“I am Founder and CEO of The Family Prosperity Institute. I am dedicated to providing counseling and educational services that empower clients to creatively plan their own destinies. I provide expert counseling services and innovative psychology knowledge and solutions to individuals, families, family-owned businesses, and organizations. Services are time-efficient and cost-effective.
(480) 466-7010
Mesa, Arizona 85202
Andrew E. Henry, Counselor  in Mesa
“I am a professionally licensed counselor who provides effective therapeutic treatment to overcome life's challenges. My services help people who are "stuck" to reboot so they can let go of traumatic experiences, reach peak performance, and lead a happier more fulfilling life. To talk about scheduling an appointment call Andrew at (480) 201-4645
(480) 201-4645
Mesa, Arizona 85206
Dan Oakes, Counselor  in Mesa
“My years of clinical practice have helped me to understand the value of an individual. Most people have the resources they need to manage the challenges they have, but they sometimes struggle to see the resources that are available to them. I use a solution focused, non judgmental, approach to help individuals resolve major life issues like addiction, depression, anxiety, and family and relational conflict. Individuals and couples can find affective attunement with themselves, their spouse, and their children, as they learn to strengthen who they are as individuals and become clearer about their own emotional regulation.
(480) 409-2289
Mesa, Arizona 85204
Travis J Webb, Counselor  in Mesa
“I received my Master's Degree in Direct Practice Social Work from Arizona State University with an emphasis on children and families. I am currently one of many counselors working at Arizona Family Institute. I have had many valuable experiences in working with individuals addressing crisis, abuse, depression, anxiety, tension, neglect, adjustment, addiction, and especially trauma. I love my job. I am truly blessed to work with amazing people throughout the entirety of my day.
(480) 725-3306
Mesa, Arizona 85204
Sukanlaya (Anne) Hughes, Psychiatric Nurse  in Mesa
“I am a board certified Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP-BC) by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) who specializes in Psychiatric medication for the treatment of children, adolescents, and adults. In my practice, I recognize that everyone's situation is unique to the individual. I make a holistic effort to understand all aspects of a patients life in order to reach an accurate diagnosis. I deliver highly personalized psychiatric care, medication and non-medication treatment protocols for all my patients.
(602) 483-6800
Mesa, Arizona 85204
Shalyn Smith,   in Mesa
“Ms. Shalyn Smith is a credentialed, board-certified music therapist through the American Music Therapy Association. Ms. Smith begins initial music therapy sessions with an assessment of clients; this assessment directs long-term goals for said clients. Ms. Smith then utilizes client-preferred music to create individual interventions to use throughout music therapy sessions; these interventions use already established abilities of clients to support further, success-oriented steps towards long-term goals.
(480) 696-6817
Mesa, Arizona 85202
Daniel Schulte, Psychologist  in Mesa
“Most people see psychologists because they are dealing with problems they have not been able overcome on their own. My responsibility is to provide expertise and support in helping you to get around that “stuck” place, so you can be more functional, and feel more confident, capable and balanced. I am informed by approaches that are grounded in literature and evidence based- among them, cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal-process, and mindfulness practice. However, I apply these approaches flexibly and practically. I believe therapy can only work when it is collaborative- so we work together to find strategies that fit for you.
(480) 845-0897
Mesa, Arizona 85202
Jennifer Scheid, Counselor  in Mesa
“There are many pressures to look a certain way, live a certain lifestyle and be somebody. I have been working in the field of eating disorders since 2001, both inpatient and outpatient. I take a holistic approach (bio-psycho-social-spiritual) to treating the whole person. I have a heart for walking alongside others in their healing journey and helping them to live out of their true selves. I have also treated mood disorders, various types of addiction, personality disorders, trauma, self harm, identity, body image, perfectionism, performance, women's issues, grief and loss.
(480) 409-3754 x1205
Mesa, Arizona 85210
Dr. Jennifer K. Bradley, Psy. D., LLC, Psychologist  in Mesa
“Do you feel like you are having a difficult time in your life? Is there a decision weighing heavily on you? Are you depressed? Are you Anxious? If you feel like life has become so overwhelming that you can't breathe, I can help you! In my comfortable, safe and accepting office we will work together to discover your "Awesome" unique strengths. Also, together we can "peel back the layer of the onion" to the heart of the matter, so you can live a more balanced lifestyle.
(480) 428-4454
Mesa, Arizona 85202
Jackie Scorza, Counselor  in Mesa
“I am excited you decided to seek help for the issues in your life that are of concern to you. Identifying issues and setting reasonable goals for change is an important step to shaping outcomes. I strongly feel I can assist you in achieving your goals by applying my expertise in Emotive and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I will also need a firm commitment from you to take ownership of the goals by working on at least one or two of the concerns discussed in each session. I believe this experience will build strong life skills for facing future challenges.
(480) 351-4637 x1207
Mesa, Arizona 85210
Danita Applewhite,   in Mesa
“For over thirty years, I have worked with adult students and employees, including Veterans, with a variety of emotional and psychosocial challenges related to mental/learning disabilities, As a rehabilitation counselor and professor of psychology, I have witnessed their struggle to manage disability,pain, work schedules, and their family responsibilities. I am committed to supporting Adult Learners achieve success at school and work. I'm an Army Veteran and give preference to other Veterans.The ideal client is willing to change the perception of "disabled" to "differently-abled". I conduct sessions online and host the Student2Teacher radio talk show.
(480) 207-3476
Mesa, Arizona 85205
Amanda Leno, Counselor  in Mesa
“I am a licensed therapist and specialize in working with children, adolescents, and adults who are survivors of sexual abuse as well as those exhibiting sexually acting out behaviors. In addition, I am skilled in addressing interpersonal issues within families and couples helping to foster the creation of secure bonds and re-organized emotional responses. Treating a person's concerns holistically is important to me as I believe in the mind-body connection and that one effects the other. Please don't hesitate to call or email me with any specific questions you may have!
(602) 903-2550
Mesa, Arizona 85204
Teri V Krull, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mesa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LLC, RPT, S
“I provide specific counseling services to families, children and adults challenged by a array of issues. I am a skilled parenting educator, play therapist and counselor; having worked 26 years in private practice and 32 years in the field of social work. My work history has provided me with a broad experience base in counseling people of all ages. I am honored to work in this field and love what I do I do for a living. I look forward to talking with you. If you would like more information about my work, please check out my website at: www.playtherapy.tv
(480) 442-2948
Mesa, Arizona 85210
Paula Tanis, Counselor  in Mesa
“Over the course of a lifetime people develop coping skills to deal with all kinds of challenges. Sometimes, however, we either encounter a situation for which we've had no preparation, or we find our usually-adequate coping skills overwhelmed by the enormity of a particular problem. It is an intelligent choice to seek therapy when one has become discouraged by a (perceived) decreased capacity for coping. "Asking for help does not mean that we are weak or incompetent. It usually indicates an advanced level of honesty and intelligence." (Anne Wilson Schaef)
(480) 382-9947
Mesa, Arizona 85202
Julie Cajolet-Eckhardt, Psychologist  in Mesa
“Are you concerned with your child's behavior? Want your family to get along? I work with children and adolescents with behavior, mood and trauma related issues. I develop individualized interventions to decrease and eliminate aggression, disrespect, tantrums, meltdowns, arguing, defiance, moodiness, depression, out of control behavior, and trauma related issues. I address issues related to loss and divorce and adjusting to blended families.I also work with families on improving overall increasing positive interactions, build healthy communication and interacting skills using child and family therapy techniques.
(323) 746-2028
Mesa, Arizona 85204
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