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I utilize a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approach (CBT) to help clients identify their internal strengths and ability to function productively despite facing life's challenges and, to live a more meaningful, purposeful, and productive life. ---Uso el modelo de Terapia Cognoscitiva Conductual (CBT) para ayudar a los clientes a identificar sus fuertes internos y habilidad de funcionar productivamente aun con los desafíos de la vida y, para vivir una vida mas significante, productiva y con propósito.
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I utilize a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approach (CBT) to help clients identify their internal strengths and ability to function productively despite facing life's challenges and, to live a more meaningful, purposeful, and productive life. ---Uso el modelo de Terapia Cognoscitiva Conductual (CBT) para ayudar a los clientes a identificar sus fuertes internos y habilidad de funcionar productivamente aun con los desafíos de la vida y, para vivir una vida mas significante, productiva y con propósito.
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After 30+ years practicing psychotherapy and marriage counseling, I still find relationships issues to be a major reason why people come to therapy. Relationships can sometimes be too emotionally merged, or too emotionally distant and isolating (however, there are times when relationships feel both merged and isolating all at the same time). My focus is on helping people realize and alter emotional issues that pop up over and over again and consistently inhibit relationships. Sometimes we know we're stuck or lost in a relationship, but we just can't figure out...any way 'out' of what we feel.
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After 30+ years practicing psychotherapy and marriage counseling, I still find relationships issues to be a major reason why people come to therapy. Relationships can sometimes be too emotionally merged, or too emotionally distant and isolating (however, there are times when relationships feel both merged and isolating all at the same time). My focus is on helping people realize and alter emotional issues that pop up over and over again and consistently inhibit relationships. Sometimes we know we're stuck or lost in a relationship, but we just can't figure out...any way 'out' of what we feel.
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I am a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist at Therapy with Heart. I became a therapist because I have a passion for helping others and know that positive results can be achieved through therapy. I am intentional about creating a safe, accepting therapeutic relationship with you so you can then create the change you are seeking in your life. I believe that people consciously and unconsciously seek safe and fulfilling relationships and I aim to help you find that. For those individuals that are seeking self-growth and change, I seek to help you create that desired reality and make it last.
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I am a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist at Therapy with Heart. I became a therapist because I have a passion for helping others and know that positive results can be achieved through therapy. I am intentional about creating a safe, accepting therapeutic relationship with you so you can then create the change you are seeking in your life. I believe that people consciously and unconsciously seek safe and fulfilling relationships and I aim to help you find that. For those individuals that are seeking self-growth and change, I seek to help you create that desired reality and make it last.
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It can be challenging to admit when something is so seriously amiss that professional help is needed. While drawing that conclusion is uncomfortable for many, it does not have to be. Finding the right therapist can mean all the difference in settling the uneasiness. Finding a therapist with whom you can both connect and be understood can make opening up about your innermost thoughts that much easier. Reach out and let us walk with you at every step in the process-- from the initial consultation through the course of therapy.
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It can be challenging to admit when something is so seriously amiss that professional help is needed. While drawing that conclusion is uncomfortable for many, it does not have to be. Finding the right therapist can mean all the difference in settling the uneasiness. Finding a therapist with whom you can both connect and be understood can make opening up about your innermost thoughts that much easier. Reach out and let us walk with you at every step in the process-- from the initial consultation through the course of therapy.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, CFRC
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*Accepting new clients.* I have specific expertise with intergenerational and racial trauma working with cultural differences and identity conflict. Have you stuffed away shame, pain, regret or grief? I can help you come up for air. I offer experience as a trauma therapist and coach to help individuals and couples navigate life transitions, dysfunctional relationships, co-dependency, PTSD and chronic anxiety. You may think that nobody "gets it." It doesn’t have to be this way. Decrease stress, gain perspective, repair relationships and find meaning and resolution. You don't have to feel hopeless or disconnected.
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*Accepting new clients.* I have specific expertise with intergenerational and racial trauma working with cultural differences and identity conflict. Have you stuffed away shame, pain, regret or grief? I can help you come up for air. I offer experience as a trauma therapist and coach to help individuals and couples navigate life transitions, dysfunctional relationships, co-dependency, PTSD and chronic anxiety. You may think that nobody "gets it." It doesn’t have to be this way. Decrease stress, gain perspective, repair relationships and find meaning and resolution. You don't have to feel hopeless or disconnected.
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Dr. Jessica Sneed is a licensed clinical psychologist committed to improving the well-being of her clients from a strength-based, culturally sensitive, and multi-theoretical perspective.  Her areas of specialty include mood disorders, couple/marital therapy, life transition, work-related stress, acculturative stress, women’s issues, personal growth, and Christian counseling. Dr. Sneed has extensive experience in providing individual and group therapy using various evidenced-based approaches and theoretical orientations including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Psychodynamic and Systems.
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(602) 497-2658
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Dr. Jessica Sneed is a licensed clinical psychologist committed to improving the well-being of her clients from a strength-based, culturally sensitive, and multi-theoretical perspective.  Her areas of specialty include mood disorders, couple/marital therapy, life transition, work-related stress, acculturative stress, women’s issues, personal growth, and Christian counseling. Dr. Sneed has extensive experience in providing individual and group therapy using various evidenced-based approaches and theoretical orientations including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Psychodynamic and Systems.
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I am a licensed MSW with the Arizona Board of Behavioral health Examiners. I graduated from Wayne State University in Clinical Mental Health field of study. I have experience working in psychiatric facilities, private practice, Hospice, a Mental Health Crisis Response team, and for the past 10 years working for a School District with student ages 5-18 years of age. I have had the opportunity to work with individuals who have had challenges including; Depression, ADHD, Bipolar, Schizophrenia, Gender Identity, Anorexia and Bulimia, Divorce, Self- Harm, and individuals with loved ones with terminal illnesses.
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I am a licensed MSW with the Arizona Board of Behavioral health Examiners. I graduated from Wayne State University in Clinical Mental Health field of study. I have experience working in psychiatric facilities, private practice, Hospice, a Mental Health Crisis Response team, and for the past 10 years working for a School District with student ages 5-18 years of age. I have had the opportunity to work with individuals who have had challenges including; Depression, ADHD, Bipolar, Schizophrenia, Gender Identity, Anorexia and Bulimia, Divorce, Self- Harm, and individuals with loved ones with terminal illnesses.
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Empowering Change is a trauma informed organization that is sensitive to and honors every person's life experience. We respect every individual for their unique perspective and recognize that everyone engages the world based on their past experiences, some of which have been traumatic. Every person has a perspective that is developed through life experience, and because of their life experiences they have become or are becoming the person they are meant to be. Our goal is to help you to become that person without burdens from the past.
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Empowering Change is a trauma informed organization that is sensitive to and honors every person's life experience. We respect every individual for their unique perspective and recognize that everyone engages the world based on their past experiences, some of which have been traumatic. Every person has a perspective that is developed through life experience, and because of their life experiences they have become or are becoming the person they are meant to be. Our goal is to help you to become that person without burdens from the past.
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You’re the person who: feels like you should have it together but is wondering where you fit; feels like people "just can’t know this thing about me"; looks like someone but feels like someone else; carries a secret that no one can know about. You're wondering “who am I now” and terrified that the people you love most will see that. There’s a part of you that feels so hidden, so shameful that you don’t dare tell anyone. You’re certain that if they find out, they won’t want you any more. And so you keep everyone away from that part; finally, that has meant keeping everyone away. You're hurting. You're lost. And you are lonely.
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You’re the person who: feels like you should have it together but is wondering where you fit; feels like people "just can’t know this thing about me"; looks like someone but feels like someone else; carries a secret that no one can know about. You're wondering “who am I now” and terrified that the people you love most will see that. There’s a part of you that feels so hidden, so shameful that you don’t dare tell anyone. You’re certain that if they find out, they won’t want you any more. And so you keep everyone away from that part; finally, that has meant keeping everyone away. You're hurting. You're lost. And you are lonely.
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My mission is to improve the lives of our community. I embrace cultural and spiritual diversity and inclusiveness. I strive to provide a safe and welcoming environment for all. You are not alone! Your new life starts here!
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My mission is to improve the lives of our community. I embrace cultural and spiritual diversity and inclusiveness. I strive to provide a safe and welcoming environment for all. You are not alone! Your new life starts here!
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“It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.” - Marianne Williamson. Often, we know our inner light wants to shine, but we need help bringing it to the surface. It takes courage to face the trauma, interpersonal conflict, pain, and hurt that dampens our inner joy. In a supportive environment using evidenced based techniques, we will work together to help you identify and resolve barriers to healing. It is my belief that each of us is equipped with a powerful survival instinct and intuitive knowledge to flourish. Our resilience can help us to cope with adversities and reduce obstacles to wellness.
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“It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.” - Marianne Williamson. Often, we know our inner light wants to shine, but we need help bringing it to the surface. It takes courage to face the trauma, interpersonal conflict, pain, and hurt that dampens our inner joy. In a supportive environment using evidenced based techniques, we will work together to help you identify and resolve barriers to healing. It is my belief that each of us is equipped with a powerful survival instinct and intuitive knowledge to flourish. Our resilience can help us to cope with adversities and reduce obstacles to wellness.
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I am an integrative Psychotherapist, utilizing a variety of orientations and therapies, according to the client’s individual needs. Most favored approaches are cognitive behavioral therapy to challenge negative thoughts and behaviors and solution focused therapy to focus on strengths that elicit change. I have acquired a Masters degree in Marriage and Family therapy and enjoy working to strengthen famiIy and interpersonal relationships. I am known for my warm, relaxed and comforting approach to therapy which involves, genuine caring, acceptance and non-judgement.
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I am an integrative Psychotherapist, utilizing a variety of orientations and therapies, according to the client’s individual needs. Most favored approaches are cognitive behavioral therapy to challenge negative thoughts and behaviors and solution focused therapy to focus on strengths that elicit change. I have acquired a Masters degree in Marriage and Family therapy and enjoy working to strengthen famiIy and interpersonal relationships. I am known for my warm, relaxed and comforting approach to therapy which involves, genuine caring, acceptance and non-judgement.
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I enjoy working with persons that are aware of changes they want to make. If you are facing changes that require more support than usual, working with me will be a transformative experience. My clients get the support and tools that they want in order to make changes in their lives. My style is warm and compassionate. I offer honest feedback while allowing you to reflect on your power and choices. In therapy you'll find understanding and support as you grow through your responses to stress and relationships.
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I enjoy working with persons that are aware of changes they want to make. If you are facing changes that require more support than usual, working with me will be a transformative experience. My clients get the support and tools that they want in order to make changes in their lives. My style is warm and compassionate. I offer honest feedback while allowing you to reflect on your power and choices. In therapy you'll find understanding and support as you grow through your responses to stress and relationships.
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Thank you for considering me to help provide care and support to you through therapy! I have worked with a variety of clients, from families to children to addiction groups. I am currently growing my expertise in the eating disorder population as well. I aim to be a well-rounded counselor who is equipped to help any individual, no matter what they are dealing with.
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Thank you for considering me to help provide care and support to you through therapy! I have worked with a variety of clients, from families to children to addiction groups. I am currently growing my expertise in the eating disorder population as well. I aim to be a well-rounded counselor who is equipped to help any individual, no matter what they are dealing with.
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"A Charge To Keep I Have." I practice marriage & family therapy, mental health counseling & relationship repair as a ministry. I want you to know that you are not alone during this COVID-19 health crisis that is subjecting many people to a mandated or self-imposed exile; this time is especially challenging. My staff and I are available. I will not leave you alone, you have an advocate. During this period, I have authorized my masters-level interns to conduct pro-bonno therapy sessions via telehealth. We are here to serve you.
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"A Charge To Keep I Have." I practice marriage & family therapy, mental health counseling & relationship repair as a ministry. I want you to know that you are not alone during this COVID-19 health crisis that is subjecting many people to a mandated or self-imposed exile; this time is especially challenging. My staff and I are available. I will not leave you alone, you have an advocate. During this period, I have authorized my masters-level interns to conduct pro-bonno therapy sessions via telehealth. We are here to serve you.
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Tonya is currently not taking new clients. "In life one will face many obstacles and with strategies to address them the barriers can be overcome." Tonya Whitaker provides counseling services that address a variety of issues. The majority of her work has been with children, adolescents, families and couples. She works in collaboration with clients to identify solutions in order to resolve life hurdles such as divorce, depression, anxiety, school issues, peer problems, parenting, ADHD/ADD, parent-child conflict.
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Tonya is currently not taking new clients. "In life one will face many obstacles and with strategies to address them the barriers can be overcome." Tonya Whitaker provides counseling services that address a variety of issues. The majority of her work has been with children, adolescents, families and couples. She works in collaboration with clients to identify solutions in order to resolve life hurdles such as divorce, depression, anxiety, school issues, peer problems, parenting, ADHD/ADD, parent-child conflict.
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I help clients learn and practice emotional regulation skills to obtain their highest level of functioning. I order to create individualized care, I pay attention to the client identities and cultural experiences (i.e. race/ethnicity, gender, class) to empower clients to identify and actively pursue their goals.
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I help clients learn and practice emotional regulation skills to obtain their highest level of functioning. I order to create individualized care, I pay attention to the client identities and cultural experiences (i.e. race/ethnicity, gender, class) to empower clients to identify and actively pursue their goals.
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Integrated Mental Health Associates (IMHA) is a mental health practice that offers multiple types of psychotherapy in order to effectively treat all mental health concerns; from anxiety and depression to schizophrenia and PTSD.
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Integrated Mental Health Associates (IMHA) is a mental health practice that offers multiple types of psychotherapy in order to effectively treat all mental health concerns; from anxiety and depression to schizophrenia and PTSD.
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With over 20 years of experience in the field of psychology, I have developed a diverse skill set particularly suited for helping to address problems germane to mental and behavioral well-being. I received my education, training, and work experience at various institutions, behavioral health agencies, and community based programs in economically disadvantaged as well as and high-income areas across the United States. This has resulted in the acquisition of unique attributes which afford me the ability to work with children, adolescents, and adults from divergent socio-economic, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds on a variety of issues.
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With over 20 years of experience in the field of psychology, I have developed a diverse skill set particularly suited for helping to address problems germane to mental and behavioral well-being. I received my education, training, and work experience at various institutions, behavioral health agencies, and community based programs in economically disadvantaged as well as and high-income areas across the United States. This has resulted in the acquisition of unique attributes which afford me the ability to work with children, adolescents, and adults from divergent socio-economic, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds on a variety of issues.
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Do you feel there is more to living than being scared, depressed, overwhelmed or anxious? Your desire to have a more balanced life is attainable. You can feel better and discover a felt sense of your inherent goodness and value.
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Do you feel there is more to living than being scared, depressed, overwhelmed or anxious? Your desire to have a more balanced life is attainable. You can feel better and discover a felt sense of your inherent goodness and value.

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African-American (Black) Therapists
If you're looking for African American therapy in Arizona or for an Arizona African American therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to African American cultural issues. They include African American therapists, African American psychologists, African American marriage counselors and African American counselors. Sometimes we refer to them as black therapists in Arizona or Arizona black psychologists, black marriage counselors or black counselors in Arizona. They provide African American counseling in Arizona or black counseling in Arizona and are sensitive to black couples and black marriages in Arizona.

Note: This term is sometimes spelled as 'African-American'.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Arizona are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in Arizona

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


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