Find Therapists, Counselors and Psychologists in Glendale, Arizona

Find a therapist in Glendale, Arizona that meets your needs. Browse our comprehensive list of affordable and licensed therapists in Glendale to find a professional specializing in counseling people with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief and more.

Dr. Sandra Broz

PhD
3 years experience
I have over 20 years experience in private practice as a psychologist and counselor. My focus has been on depression, anxiety, behavior problems, and relationship issues. I have also taught counseling courses at the graduate level and psychology courses at the undergraduate and graduate level. I have worked with many people over the years, all ages. I am sure that I have yet to "hear it all" but, I know that there is a lot of... Read More
I have over 20 years experience in private practice as a psychologist and counselor. My focus has been on depression, anxiety, behavior problems, and relationship issues. I have also taught counseling courses at the graduate level and psychology courses at... Read More
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 3 years

Kathryn Davis-Lashley

MS, LPC
5 years experience
Hello! Thank you for taking the time to read about me. My name is Kathryn and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I have been working in the behavioral health field for over ten years; and doing direct counseling for the past four years. I received my Master of Science Degree in Professional Counseling from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix Arizona. After graduation I worked as an in-home counselor with families struggling with interpersonal relationships,... Read More
Hello! Thank you for taking the time to read about me. My name is Kathryn and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I have been working in the behavioral health field for over ten years; and doing direct counseling for... Read More
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 5 years

Gregory Hayes

LCSW
25 years experience
Thank you for taking the time to consider me as your counselor. I have had 20 plus years working with individuals, couples and families, many of whom were experiencing acute distress, hopelessness, and were generally in some type of crisis; typically, they presented with complex and difficult problems often involving the courts, child welfare agencies, etc... Therefore, out of necessity I have learned how to promptly identify core problematic issues, connect with the person(s)... Read More
Thank you for taking the time to consider me as your counselor. I have had 20 plus years working with individuals, couples and families, many of whom were experiencing acute distress, hopelessness, and were generally in some type of crisis;... Read More
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 25 years

Dr. Teddie Cox Lance

PsyD, LMFT
3 years experience
Hello! I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) with 10 years of experience working with clients. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Communication from University ofCalifornia, Davis, my Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Alliant International University, and my Doctorate of Psychology in Marriage and Family Therapy also from Alliant International University. I currently provide supervision to clinicians at a behavioral health agency in Gilbert, Arizona and treat... Read More
Hello! I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) with 10 years of experience working with clients. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Communication from University ofCalifornia, Davis, my Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy... Read More
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 3 years

Guide to Mental Health Professionals in Glendale, Arizona

Glendale, located in Maricopa County, is Arizona’s fifth-largest city with an estimated 226,721 residents according to the last census. It comprises part of the Phoenix-Mesa-Glendale MSA (metropolitan statistical area) and is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. Major industry employers in the area include healthcare companies, technology companies, and the government/military sector. The growing population. Still, 18% of people living in the city are below the poverty level. Financial and economic challenges can often cause undue stress on individuals and lead to mental health concerns for families- adults and children alike. In one study from 2015, 34% of high school age students in Arizona were found to have depressive thoughts. Although there may be many causes that contribute to emotional well-being, what is clear is that mental health is an ongoing concern for cities like Glendale, Arizona.

The Need for More Services

Glendale, like many other cities across Arizona, would benefit from better access to mental health services for its residents. In the 2018 State of Mental Health in America report, Arizona ranked an astonishing 49th of 51 (a list that included 50 states plus the District of Columbia) in an overall ranking that includes mental health prevalence and access to care. As a part of the largest metropolitan area of Arizona, Glendale has the chance to lead the way in tackling the mental health service divide that exists for its residents.

Mental health issues can take many different forms: depression, excessive stress, substance abuse, etc. If you are suffering from any of these issues you may want to think about seeking help. We can help make your search for a Glendale therapist or mental health professional as smooth as possible. Asking for help can sometimes be difficult but finding the services you need should not be. We want to connect you with a professional who can support your efforts toward improving your life.

When you are ready to reach out and find the right mental health professional in the Glendale area, let us help navigate the process. It can be overwhelming when you begin your search because you may find it difficult to differentiate one provider to the next. With so many different types of services available to you, how will you know where to start? We suggest thinking first about what your specific requirements are and what you hope to gain from the process.

The Key Questions to Ask Yourself

Knowing what you need starts with asking some key questions of yourself. The answers to these questions will help inform your search and may give you a better idea of what type of therapist or mental health professional you are looking for. You can start with these questions if you are unsure:

  • What is the result you are looking for at the end of the process?
  • How long are you willing to commit to meeting with a therapist?
  • How often can you meet with a therapist?
  • Does it matter to you if the mental health professional is a man or a woman?
  • Are you dealing with a specific medical issue or disorder that would best be addressed by a specialist?

You can see that there are many considerations when choosing a therapist. If you can get to the core of what your preferences and needs are, you will be more likely to find someone who can be the right fit for you. Communication is a crucial part of the therapeutic process so the rapport you have with your therapist will help encourage your further positive development.

Paying for Services with Health Insurance

For many people, whether your health insurance will pay for some or part of your treatment will have a significant impact on the accessibility of services. We encourage you to reach out to your health insurance company and find out what their policy is. They may have their own network of mental health professionals that they prefer to work with and this could mean big savings to you in terms of out-of-pocket costs.

How e-counseling.com Can Help You Connect with a Glendale Mental Health Professional

By using our site, you can connect with Glendale therapists and mental health professionals that can help you navigate the challenges you face. We provide detailed listings and profiles that you can read and compare. Once you have narrowed down the search to a few candidates that seem to fit your needs it would then be a good idea to reach out each and see how their services might be a fit for you. Although it takes some effort, finding a therapist or mental health professional that understands you and what you are going through can be a huge help going forward and can be a great step in the right direction toward a healthier you.