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Phoenix, Arizona therapist: Patrick Varney-Phoenix Foundations Recovery, counselor/therapist
Spirituality

Patrick Varney-Phoenix Foundations Recovery

Counselor/Therapist, MA, MS, LISAC, LAC
I assist people in finding a workable spiritual concept they can apply in their lives  
3 Years Experience
In-Person Near Scottsdale, AZ
Online in Scottsdale, Arizona
Chandler, Arizona therapist: Kathy Anderson, marriage and family therapist
Spirituality

Kathy Anderson

Marriage and Family Therapist, MS, LAMFT
I was educated and trained at an APA accredited theological seminary. My training includes spiritual integration for any client who finds their faith is a resource to them. I weave spirituality into therapy by using spiritual elements as supports in the therapeutic process. For example, if I recommend that a client starts journaling to process their emotion, I may give a suggestion that they write letters to their respective spiritual power as a way of including their faith within the processing. I always ask for permission before I integrate spiritual resources into the clinical process with my clients, even if they identify with a particular faith. Any need for interpretation or direct spiritual guidance is out of my scope of practice and will be referred to a spiritual leader.  
5 Years Experience
In-Person Near Scottsdale, AZ
Online in Scottsdale, Arizona
Omaha, Nebraska therapist: Karen Baumstark, Ph.D., psychologist
Spirituality

Karen Baumstark, Ph.D.

Psychologist, Ph.D., CMHIMP, CTACC
People who are engaging in intense, deeper personal work often find themselves considering thoughts and feelings about spirituality. This can mean entirely different things to different people. While there are no right or wrong answers to questions about spirituality due to its intensely personal nature, exploring and developing one's sense of spirituality can be a deeply rewarding experience, and can help us develop in deeper ways that are very helpful to living a more fulfilling life. Having engaged in a great deal of this type of work myself, I feel well-qualified to help clients navigate this area of therapy work. I enjoy using various therapeutic approaches in this work, with a Jungian approach often proving to be very helpful.  
34 Years Experience
Online in Scottsdale, Arizona
Dallas, Texas therapist: Dr. Alexavery Hawkins, psychologist
Spirituality

Dr. Alexavery Hawkins

Psychologist, PhD
I help clients work through their complicated feelings with religion and spirituality so they can better decipher what values, beliefs, goals, and influences they are wanting to incorporate into their daily living.  
11 Years Experience
Online in Scottsdale, Arizona
Boston, Massachusetts therapist: Dr. Lisa C. Watson, psychologist
Spirituality

Dr. Lisa C. Watson

Psychologist, PsyD, MPH
In addressing spirituality, I begin by exploring the client's beliefs, values, and sense of meaning in life through open and respectful dialogue. Drawing from their personal experiences, I help clients deepen their understanding of spirituality and its role in their well-being. Together, we integrate practices such as meditation, reflection, or prayer that resonate with their spiritual journey. Through ongoing exploration and reflection, I support clients in cultivating a deeper connection to their spiritual beliefs and values, enhancing their overall sense of purpose and inner peace.  
7 Years Experience
Online in Scottsdale, Arizona