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Online therapy in Phoenix

Online therapy in Phoenix has plenty of benefits. Many people are nervous to talk about their problems with a stranger because they know that the other person has not had first-hand experience. While this may be true, online therapy can still be very beneficial.

One of the biggest benefits of online therapy is convenience. You do not have to go somewhere to get help; you can get the help you need from your own home. There is no transportation, parking, or finding a therapist involved. This benefit may be especially helpful to people who have issues meeting new people because they will not have this terrifying first impression that occurs when they go to see a therapist for the first time.

Online therapy also gives you more privacy. The therapist does not know your friends and family which means that you do not have to feel embarrassed about sharing personal information. You can tell the therapist what you want to and be honest without worrying about how the other people in your life will react to it.

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Mental Health in Phoenix

In the U.S, approximately 1 in 5 adults struggle with a mental health condition. In Phoenix, there are around 300,000 women and 264,000 men struggling to deal with a variety of different types of mental health conditions. For every 100 females aged 18 or older, 11 suffer from depression. There are slightly more males at 13 per 100 people suffering from depression. The statistics do not look much better for those who struggle with alcohol abuse problems as there are about 23 out of every 100 women and 24 out of 100 men dealing with alcoholism in the city of Phoenix.

Suicide rates for Phoenix are higher than the national average. The suicide rate in Phoenix is 12 percent higher than the national average, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS). However, this statistic does not account for suicides that happen out of state or county, nor does it count any deaths that cannot be classified as suicide.

The ADHS reports that a person commits suicide every 2 hours and 30 minutes in Arizona. The county with the highest associated suicide rate is Gila County with a 35 percent rate of suicides. Failing to identify and treat mental health conditions can lead to suicidal tendencies. In order to reduce these high rates of suicide in Phoenix, interventions should focus on identifying and providing treatment for mental health conditions.


Best Therapists in Phoenix

Dr. Ryan Little

This therapist is a marriage and family therapist and has been helping people with their problems since 2001. He is one of the best therapists in Phoenix because he tries to make therapy as fun as possible, and uses art and play therapy for many patients that come to him.

Dr. Susan Cellers

This therapist is also one of the best therapists in Phoenix because she treats adults, adolescents, couples, families, and groups with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder). She was even named “the specialist” by an insurance company, which means she has studied this diagnosis extensively and it’s what she specializes in most.

Dr. Sara Shores

Sara Shores is a great therapist because she can relate her experiences to those who need help through her life experiences. She always keeps an open mind and is very understanding of the problems that her patients are going through, which makes it easier for others to open up about their own problems.

Dr. Justin Dabney

Dr. Dabney is one of the best therapists in Phoenix because he has extensive education and experience with different psychological treatments like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), integrative behavioral couples therapy, family-based treatment, and mindfulness-based therapies

Dr. Bridgette Liberman

Dr. Liberman loves helping people that have been traumatized or gone through abuse or neglect by having guided imagery sessions that use both spiritual/religious coping strategies as well as non-spiritual/nonreligious coping strategies. She is the first therapist to do guided imagery for psychiatric disorders, which other therapists have used as a guide for their own patients.

Types of therapists in Phoenix

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  • – Anxiety therapists in Phoenix
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Common types of therapies in Phoenix

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Most common therapy approach in Phoenix is where the therapist challenges your negative thoughts about you and the world. He tries to alter unwanted behaviors or treat disorders such as depression.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Second most common therapy approach in Phoenix is which the therapists teach behavioral skills (mindfulness & emotion regulation) to help clients enhance motivation. DBT is often used for mental health issues including eating disorders, PTSD, personality disorder, self-harming notions.

Existential Therapy

3rd most common therapy treatment in Phoenix focuses on self-actualization in the face of people’s challenges. Existential therapy aids clients in confronting hard and distressing truths about life and death.

Other therapy approaches include:

ACT Therapy in Phoenix, Art Therapy in Phoenix, Behavioral Therapy in Phoenix, Contemplative Therapy in Phoenix, Play Therapy in Phoenix, EMDR Therapy in Phoenix, Emotionally Focused Therapy in Phoenix, Existential Therapy in Phoenix, Experiential Therapy in Phoenix, Gestalt Therapy in Phoenix, Hypnotherapy Therapy in Phoenix, Music Therapy Therapy in Phoenix, Narrative Therapy in Phoenix, Psychodynamic Therapy in Phoenix, Psychoanalytic Therapy in Phoenix, and Somatic Therapy in Phoenix.


Psychologists or therapists in Phoenix help people understand and handle different life problems and mental health issues.

They diagnose and treat mental disorders, learning disabilities, and behavioral problems.

You should expect to pay between $100 and $250 for a face-to-face therapy session with a Phoenix area therapist.  Online therapy in Phoenix is relatively affordable and therapists charge between $30 to $ 150. You can book both online and face-to-face sessions with a therapist in Phoenix via MantraCare.

In case you are looking for free therapists or free therapy, you can choose to call the Phoenix free helpline number. There are a few online therapy options that can be free or low-cost. At MantraCare, therapy can cost you as low as $10.

Anyone interested in working as a therapist or counselor in the Phoenix area must earn at least an accredited master’s degree in counseling or social work. Phoenix also has some continuing education requirements, and every counselor or therapist is required to know all the rules and laws that pertain to their profession.

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Phoenix Counselor or Therapists Directory

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