EMDR/IFS/Trauma Informed Kristy Crabtree has been a Licensed Counselor in Arizona since 2009. Kristy is proudly partnered with the pro football hall of fame to treat athletes and their families. Kristy see's the journey too wellness as a unique experience for each client. She uses current and cutting edge therapies in her practice to assist clients in finding fulfillment in their lives.
Kristy is passionate about looking at things from a holistic perspective, we are mind, body, and spirit. She utilizes EMDR, Internal Family Systems, Cognitive Behavioral, hypnosis, and biofeedback therapies as needed to help clients meet their goals.
Kristy has extensive experience with Co-occurring disorders, addiction, trauma, and general mental health concerns with teens and adults. She earned her Bachelors degree in 2004 from California State University Northridge and received her Masters in Counseling from University of Phoenix is 2009.
Now accepting new clients! EMDR/DBT/IFS training (trauma informed)
Hi there thank you for allowing me to be a part of your healing journey. I am a licensed associate counselor in the state of Arizona and a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist in Arizona with experience implementing the mind body connection as it relates to trauma. I implement Mindfulness, Internal Family Systems Parts work, EMDR and Motivational Interviewing I am certified in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and enjoy teaching and practicing DBT skills in sessions.
As a psychotherapist, I’ve learned pain can be released, trauma can be resolved and healing is your birthright. Trauma is my area of expertise, and informs my understanding of the world. My approach is integrative, collaborative, client-centered and includes being able to focus on the goals of clients. My honest communication and ability to connect with clients enhances the ability to create a safe place for healing to begin. I take pride in being a positive impact in my client’s lives challenging them to identify their strengths, work through their weaknesses by accessing their own self-energy.
I enjoy working with Teens, adults and have experience working with active duty, veterans, first responders and professional athletes. As a Naval veteran I am passionate about working with veterans, first responders and their families. I am also a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, which is an organization working to remove the stigma surrounding mental health. Being a coach’s wife, I understand the challenges and complexities in the culture of Athletes and am honored to be a part of this organization. I am a MAPS Trained Clinician and can help with integration of psychedelic experiences offering treatment through a spiritual and healing lens if applicable.
In my free time I enjoy to travel and spend time with my family. I am also an avid sports fan and enjoys attending various sporting events. Some of my favorite teams are, Chicago Bulls, Bears, White Sox and Blackhawks.
Welcome! Thank you for considering me to walk alongside you on your journey to healing. My calling as a compassionate therapist is to help you live the life you were intended to live. A life of peace, joy, deep connection with others, and true fulfillment. While life is a beautiful thing, we are faced with many obstacles to overcome throughout our lifetime that can be difficult to tackle alone. Whether it be anxiety, depression, or trauma, my goal is to help you overcome adversity and experience the fullness of life that you deserve. To facilitate growth and healing for my clients, creating a safe, empathetic, and supportive environment is my greatest priority. A trusting and safe client-therapist relationship is essential to providing true healing so I honor and value the relationship we can build together!
My experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and couples who’ve experienced a variety of challenges has developed my passion for working with various populations struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, and relational distress. The treatment interventions that guide my work are EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). Together we can create a life full of peace, joy, and deep connection with others. Seeking the opportunity for growth and healing takes great courage and I’m so glad you’re taking this step toward living a more fulfilling life. I would love to begin this journey towards healing with you!
Deb Warner MC NCC LAC Accelerated Resolution Therapy Trained/trauma informed provider
Deb is a National Certified Counselor and a Licensed Associate Counselor with the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners. She has completed the Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) through Arizona Trauma Institute, and has additional training in TFCBT (Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy). Deb has a Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with Arizona State University and has clinical experience in counseling individuals with depression, anxiety, interpersonal trauma, women’s issues, religious trauma and crisis of faith, medical trauma, unresolved complicated grief, parenting issues, self-esteem, and body image issues.
She utilizes a person-centered approach with the belief that the individual already holds the seeds of their healing within themselves, and given attuned attachment and unconditional positive regard they will find an empowered path to healing. Deb is passionate about assisting individuals in building mindfulness skills, restructuring negative thoughts about the self, developing authenticity, and uncovering meaning in their thought patterns. Additionally, she uses accelerated resolution therapy, parts work and poly-vagal theory to help clients instill hope, develop new concepts of self, and learn valuable self-regulation skills.
Deb loves to use sand tray therapy to assist clients in making sense of their narrative through symbols, as this can be particularly helpful for those with a history of trauma as this modality does not require language for clients to tell their story. She has a reflective, perceptive, and empathic manner and establishes deep rapport with clients quickly. Deb is passionate about counseling those who are looking for transformation in their lives, whether for a specific troubling issue like depression or anxiety, or when something simply feels stuck and is preventing individuals from living their fullest lives.
University of Maryland Baltimore County; Bachelors of Arts Anthropology 2004
Arizona State University; Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling 2020
Milena- LAC Milena has worked in community mental health settings, schools, group homes, and child and family agencies. Milena is very passionate about bringing mental health awareness to communities of need and curing the stigma on mental health. She utilizes a variety of techniques and skills drawn from recognized therapeutic modalities including but not limited to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychodynamic, mindfulness, and relaxation. A holistic, strength-based, person-centered approach guides her practice.
Milena believes in working in partnership with clients, utilizing their strengths to help them sort out their challenges and achieve their goals. She also realizes how important it is to identify all aspects of an individual’s life that impact their well-being including their physical health, support systems (family, friends), work or school environment, and faith/spirituality in this process.
Her goal is to continue to inspire others and help provide people with the knowledge, tools, and interventions they need to be their best selves. She believes people are doing the best they can with what they have, know, and understand, and if they had, knew, and understood more they would do things differently.
Jeni believes in being an advocate to facilitate lasting change and healing through empowerment of her clients! The goal is to identify presenting issues, thinking errors and unresolved memories and unprocessed emotions to help heal negative thoughts and limiting beliefs to make connections to truth, innate gifts and positive thoughts and feelings that are adaptive and productive In making mind/body/spirit connections for lasting healing and progress! She believes in her clients’ ability to gain insight, confidence, courage and self compassion to gain self love and heal.
When we have lost our way, we can rediscover how to love ourselves and thus love others and allow love into our healing journey. She is strength-based and solution-focused to encourage and explore self-actualization as well as relationship connections. By unburdening our past pain, sorrows and disappointments, we may discover our gifts and illuminate the path on our intentional journey. Jeni truly believes in the adage “The essence of life is to communicate love.”
Jeni fosters healing through an integrative approach utilizing EMDR, DBT, CBT, EMDR, Hypnotherapy/Guided Meditation, Emotional Freedom Technique/Tapping and energy healing to facilitate powerful, lasting change in one's life. She teaches clients self regulation and mindfulness and communication through essence self energy to acquire lifelong tools for centering and authentic connection to others.
Jeni specializes in young adult, men’s and women’s issues with anxiety/panic, PTSD, trauma, relationships, ADHD and adjustment issues.
Now accepting new clients, evening appointments Available! EMDR trained and trauma informed!
Congratulations on taking the first step in order to heal and improve your quality of life. My
deepest passion is to utilize my experience and education to assist others with healing so that they can truly learn how to live and not just exist in life. We all suffer from different forms of trauma, and if left unaddressed it could negatively impact the quality of our lives and relationships. I work with children, adolescents, adults, and families of all different races and ethnicities.
In order to assist my clients with the healing process; I provide a safe, warm, non-judgmental, and supportive environment so that the healing process can begin. I offer evening and weekend appointments in order to further support the clients.
My hope is for each client to be able to participate in Psychotherapy in order to address the difficulties which is preventing them from being “whole.” I work hard to maintain the client-therapist working relationship in order to show the clients their importance and value while maintaining professional boundaries. My goal is to meet the clients where they are in order to assist them with the healing process, accepting of themselves, connecting them with others, and God.
Symptoms: Depression, Dual Diagnosis, Domestic Violence, Emotional Disturbance, Family Conflict, Grief, Life Transitions, Marital, Parenting, Peer Relationships, Self-Esteem, Sexual Abuse, Sleep or Insomnia, Spirituality, Stress, Substance Use, and Women’s Issues.
Modalities: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, EMDR, Motivational Interviewing, and Person Centered Therapy.
Danielle Hind is a biofeedback Technician who specializes in the L.I.F.E System. She has chosen the L.I.F.E System as her main biofeedback device because of the training quality and the genuine belief of its community users to help each patients body heal naturally. The L.I.F.E System allows Danielle to do over 7000+ frequency test on her patients, more then any other biofeedback product on the market. Her mission is to help her patients heal emotionally, physically and spiritually by identifying and relieving stressors in the body, so the patients body can heal naturally. A patients body is 40-60% exposed to a disease once they begin to have symptoms. Danielle wholeheartedly believes that stress is the precursor to all disease and therefore, if she can create an environment where healing can take place and the L.I.F.E System can work with the body to relax muscles, release tensions, regulate anxiety, ADD,ADHD and balance stressors, the body can begin to heal itself. She loves people and loves to hear their individual stories and facilitate an environment where each patients body is allowed to respond to biofeedback and balance out acute and chronic stress potentials.