Domestic Abuse therapists in Phoenix, Arizona AZ

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Colorado Springs, Colorado therapist: Meghan McCoy-Smith, psychologist
Domestic Abuse or Violence

Meghan McCoy-Smith

Psychologist, PsyD
I am glad that you are taking care of you! Together we can work to establish safety and achieve the healing that you need and deserve. Highly skilled and experienced in this area, I used evidence based practice to help you establish safety, wellbeing and re orient to living as your best self in a safe space.  
9 Years Experience
Online in Phoenix, Arizona
Scottsdale, Arizona therapist: Rose S. Phillips, marriage and family therapist
Domestic Abuse or Violence

Rose S. Phillips

Marriage and Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Confused, frightened, lost . . . these are just a few of the experiences clients have shared as they struggle with an abusive relationship. Counseling can provide the support you need to sort through your feelings and find your way to a better life. Contact me for a free 15-minute consultation to learn more.  
23 Years Experience
In-Person Near Phoenix, AZ
Online in Phoenix, Arizona
Gilbert, Arizona therapist: Michael Klinkner, licensed clinical social worker
Domestic Abuse or Violence

Michael Klinkner

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
The reasons for and effects of domestic violence are unique and complex. They require lots of special training and holistic approach. I have years of training and experience in working with domestic violence. I work to help clients address their issues from a variety of different angles and determine the underlying causes behind the problems.  
25 Years Experience
In-Person Near Phoenix, AZ
Online in Phoenix, Arizona
Lee's Summit, Missouri therapist: Dr. Susan L. Waldo, psychologist
Domestic Abuse or Violence

Dr. Susan L. Waldo

Psychologist, PhD
Once acknowledged, emotional support, acceptance without judgment, compassion, and behavioral resistance skills make up the foundation for treatment for those suffering from or perpetrating domestic abuse and violence. Clients are encourage to uncover the sources of their profound emotional dysregulation by gaining understanding and building functional skills based on their personality, attachment styles, neuropsychological responses, and trauma history.  
29 Years Experience
Online in Phoenix, Arizona
Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan therapist: Susan Spicer, psychologist
Domestic Abuse or Violence

Susan Spicer

Psychologist, PhD
As a licensed psychologist specializing in treating victims of domestic violence, I understand the profound and lasting impact that trauma of this nature can have on an individual's life. These experiences can become deeply ingrained in both the mind and body, affecting how you navigate relationships, approach parenting, and engage in daily living. The trauma from domestic abuse and domestic violence can erode self-esteem and result in a constant state of hypervigilance, leaving you feeling anxious and jumpy, as if you are constantly walking on eggshells. My approach to helping you heal from domestic abuse and domestic violence involves the use of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, which has proven effective in treating trauma associated with such experiences. Through EMDR, we can work together to facilitate the recovery process, increase resilience, establish healthy boundaries, and enhance coping skills. My goal is to empower you to build the resilience needed to manage difficult a relationship, or find the strength to leave it, ultimately facilitating healing and fostering a path toward a healthier, more fulfilling life.  
24 Years Experience
Online in Phoenix, Arizona