Phone 480 477 3203 X 711
I believe the path to wellness involves taking a deeply personal journey back to self. We cannot fully connect with others without first connecting with ourselves. Meditation personally changed my life, so I enjoy encompassing mindfulness into my practice and teaching even the busiest minds how to meditate. The universe is constantly changing, so we are constantly changing, but learning to accept reality on life's terms can be a challenge even for the strongest person. Sometimes life’s misfortunes can leave us feeling lost, alone, or afraid. While these moments are often highly transformative, they do not define us. There is hope. The path to wellness was never intended to be walked alone and seeking support can allow us to reach our highest potential.
My name is Crystalyn Jones, and I have been a Licensed Counselor in Arizona since 2015. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Arizona State University in 2007 and my Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from University of Phoenix in 2015. I am an EMDR trained, trauma-focused therapist that utilizes Structural Dissociation Theory along with EMDR to help people integrate parts of self and find resolution to unprocessed memories. I specialize in trauma, dissociation, and addictions. I also have extensive experience treating general mental health and co-occurring disorders in adults utilizing evidenced-based interventions from various theoretical approaches including, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Structural Dissociation, Dialectal Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing.
Phone 480 477 3203 X 700
Before becoming a counselor, I worked in the social media marketing and beauty industries for 13 years. Through my experience, I gained a unique perspective on how social media and the internet can affect self-esteem, body image, and mental health overall, as well as the current social pressures that are put on people from a young age to fit into a mold.
I specialize in working with teens, women, and the LGBTQ+ community. I have experience helping clients work through issues such as anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, negative body image, school-related issues, bullying, organizational issues, relationship issues, ADHD, OCD, and trauma. I use a blend of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), mindfulness, and art therapy.
I hope to build a strong therapeutic connection with each individual, and help them develop self-confidence through empowerment. I look forward to helping clients reach their goals in therapy.
Phone 480 477 3203 X 713
Hello! My name is Sydney and I am a Licensed Associate Counselor. I graduated from Arizona State University with a BS in Psychology and subsequently attended Grand Canyon University to attain my MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I received the highest academic distinction for each degree.
In clinical practice, I integrate a blend of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and mindfulness-based approaches to provide clients with empirically supported treatments that enhances ability to cope and alleviates psychological stressors and symptoms. I specialize in several intersectional domains of mental health, including anxiety, depression, attachment issues, trauma, disordered eating, body image, intuitive eating, perfectionism, inner child work, and emotional regulation. I have a special knowledge regarding transitioning out of high demand religions.
We will collaboratively explore your past experiences, relationships, and responses to equip you with insight and empower you with self-understanding. I am passionate about helping you establish real coping techniques and strategies that support you in your unique situation. I want therapy to be an overwhelmingly positive experience for you and would be so honored to be included in your
Phone 480 477 3203 X 708
Brad is a Certified School Psychologist in the States of Arizona, Colorado, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Utah. In addition to school psychology, he is also a licensed associate clinical counselor in Arizona and Colorado as well. He received his undergraduate degrees in Public Administration and Administration of Law Enforcement Organizations from Ottawa University (Kansas). He holds a Master of Education degree in Counseling from Northern Arizona University and a second Masters of Arts degree in Forensic Psychology from Phoenix School of Professional Psychology. He completed a Certificates of Advanced Graduate Studies in Clinical Counseling and a second Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in School Psychology from Ottawa University in 2009.
As a school psychologist Brad has been trained in Crisis Prevention Intervention techniques and has received training from the National Association of School Psychologists in Critical Incident Response in school settings and has served on the critical incident response teams for several school districts.
Brad specializes in working with children and teens, ADHD, and ASD.
A former police officer in Arizona Brad is also a certified General Instructor for the Arizona Police Officer Standards and Training Board.
Phone 480 477 3203 X 719
I understand that coming to therapy can be challenging and scary. Knowing this, I work to provide a safe and welcoming environment that allows my clients a safe space to openly express themselves freely. Through psycho-education and different treatment modalities, I work to help clients learn healthy therapeutic techniques to manage their emotions in a healthy manner. I work to help my clients identify their strengths and develop healthy lifestyles. I believe assisting clients in identifying their strengths is a step in helping clients become the best version of themselves.
I have an extensive amount of experience working with children, adolescents, young adults and adults. My experience has provided me the opportunity to gain knowledge in the areas of anxiety, depression, self-esteem, PTSD, trauma, grief/loss, and OCD. Other areas of interests I have gained experience in include life transitions and relationships.
I look forward to meeting with you and working with you, and working with and assisting you in becoming the best version of yourself.
Phone 480 477 3203 X 5
Candy sees children ages 5 and up, teens, and adults
Life is complicated, and when you hit a roadblock in your personal growth, or when past traumas hold you back, I can help you address those barriers so you can heal and be the best you. I am experienced with children, adolescents/teens, and young adults. I can assist in replacing maladaptive behaviors with positive behaviors, and help you repair strained parent/child relationships.
My approach depends on what is in your best interest & comfort level. I follow solution-focused and evidence-based practices using CBT, DBT, Play therapy, and EMDR to assist with trauma. I embrace the uniqueness of each person I encounter. I hold myself to a high level of ethics and respect for those I serve in their environment and culture.
Candy is a Licensed Master’s Level social worker (LMSW). She earned her Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Arizona State University. She approaches her challenges with humor as she approaches people with a smile and warmth. Candace is working under the direct clinical supervision of Crystalyn Jones, LPC.
Phone 480 477 3203 X 715
Hello and welcome! If you are here you have already taken the most important step and decided that you are ready to make a change and begin healing. My goal is to support you in achieving your unique goals and provide encouragement to reach your full potential.
I am a Licensed Associate Counselor who primarily works with teenage and adult clients through a person centered and integrative approach to therapy. In my experience of working with youth and adults who have experienced various forms of trauma and mood disturbances, I find that a flexible approach to treatment can focus on the specific needs you intend to prioritize in our sessions. I utilize a blend of trauma processing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), mindfulness-based approaches, and art therapy to ensure a collaborative therapeutic alliance. I provide therapy services for those struggling with depression, anxiety, stress, relationship and attachment concerns, trauma, school and work related stress, self-esteem issues, and other general mental health concerns.
Phone 480 477 3203 X 717
My primary goal is to offer a safe and caring environment. I will be here throughout your journey wherever it takes us. My approach is tailored to your unique life and experiences. Therefore, individuals can heal from their core issues. I support adults’ individuals and couples to experience a connection towards being whole again.
My specialties include working with individual adults, couples, struggling with trauma, anxiety, depression, sexual shame, and relational issues. I believe the trust, rapport, and relationship you build with me will guide you to gain insight to cope with life's stressors.
Edward is truly eclectic on his approach. He believes in tailoring based on the client needs. He has training in and use the modalities of Sensate Focus Therapy, Gottman Method, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy(CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy(DBT), Gestalt Therapy and Emotional Focus Couples Therapy(EFCT).
He graduated from Northern Arizona University with a bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies in Public Administration 2016 and master’s in arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling 2021.
Edward is married and likes to spend his free time with his family, watching movies and traveling.
Phone 480 477 3203 X 703
Now accepting new clients! WEEKDAY AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS. BOTH IN-PERSON and FLEXIBLE TELEHEALTH OPTIONS.
Let’s get real. I believe one of the bravest things you can do is begin to understand your own story. Seeking out a therapist who can help you on that path is the first step. How can I help you?
Many people see therapy as a very one-sided conversation, with little opportunity for interaction or getting to experience each other as real people. In my approach, you will find that I keep it real! I want to help you achieve whatever solutions and life changes you are looking for while enjoying the process as much as possible and experiencing both yourself and your world in new ways. Your therapy does not always need to be painful.
Our lives are too short to surrender to bad relationships, hold grudges, let trauma control us, or be anxious/angry all the time. You deserve to be free of emotional pain and able to take everything that comes your way and respond to it with wisdom and peace. You deserve to find meaning/purpose in work, family, friendships, spirituality, and all other life areas.
I am trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Gottman approaches (Couples therapy). I can utilize other modalities as needed. I specialize in anxiety, trauma, depression, substance addictions, sexual addictions/disorders, and couples counseling. I have a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northern Arizona University which builds on over twenty years of work with clients in community corrections. I have helped individuals and couples find healing and understanding in desperate situations. Give me a call and let’s continue to write your story!
Phone 480 477 3203 X 706
Hi and Welcome! I have over 8 years of experience working with children as young as 5 years old, adolescents, and young adults (18-25) in different direct and indirect settings. I have experience in many areas such as childhood trauma, ADHD, depression, stress, school issues, anxiety, anger management, physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, and behavioral challenges.
I am trauma-informed. I know that one box does not fit all; therefore, I believe in approaching clients in a manner that caters to their own unique needs. I am experienced with different treatment modalities such as cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT), person/client-centered therapy, play, sand tray, and motivational interviewing.
My goal is the provide you with a safe, non-judgmental environment where you can be yourself as well as learn and improve in areas you see fit.