Emotional problems, if severe, can interfere with your productivity, relationships and quality of life. Sometimes you need professional help to regain your perspective and get back on track. How do you find the right therapist for you?
I encourage you to call me so we can talk a little about your situation. You’ll get a feel for my style just from speaking with me on the phone. And I’ll get enough particulars about your problem to tell you if I can help. Talking with me also gives me the opportunity to tell you a bit more about the type of therapy in which I specialize – – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – – so you can see if it sounds like a good fit for you.
Of course, location is a factor in choosing a therapist. My therapy office is conveniently located in central Phoenix, close to the I-17 and the 51 Freeways.
I strive to create a supportive, nonjudgmental atmosphere which enables you to feel comfortable sharing your problems. My therapy clients often comment that in addition to my approach, the waterfall in our courtyard and the decor of my Phoenix office help them to feel at ease.
From our initial phone contact, you’ll sense that my approach to working with clients is down-to-earth, practical and collaborative. Together we will identify and prioritize the problems in your life that are causing you the most distress. Then we’ll look for the simplest methods to bring about some relief. Often, a small improvement in one aspect of your life can be the catalyst to tackle other issues you want to address.
Professional Affiliations And Training
- Arizona Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
- Diplomat, Academy of Cognitive Therapy (ACT)
- Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA)
- Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT)
- Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy
- Padesky Center for Cognitive Therapy