Marriage counseling that Heals in Phoenix, AZ. Restore Your Relationship.

Speak with the right marriage therapist in Phoenix. Real help for issues like separation, communication, infidelity, and finances.


Marriage Counselor

Nancy Saggio, MA, LPC, ACS

Licensed Professional Counselor;Approved Clinical Supervisor

14050 N 83rd Ave, Suite 290, Peoria, Arizona

I coach couples through basic communication skills to facilitate improved relationships, problem-solving, and increased acceptance of themselves and one another.

Marriage Counselor

Sharon Morley, LMFT

Marriage and Family Therapist

8700 E. Pinnacle Peak Rd. Suite 225, Scottsdale, Arizona

You may be fighting over parenting, money, infidelity, or sex; but deep down those arguments are about your emotional connection to your partner. Allow me to help you increase trust, communication, and connection within your relationship.

Marriage Counselor

Michael Rehm, MA, LPC, CCTP

Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional

4500 N. 32nd St. Suite #106, Phoenix, Arizona

Mike works with INDIVIDUALS and COUPLES to exchange old and painful ways of relating with new patterns of safety and connection. He provides a spiritually integrated approach and Emotionally Focused Couples and Family Therapy for clients experiencing relational discord.

Marriage Counselor

Brian Jackson, MA, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

4545 N. 36th Street, Suite 102, Phoenix, Arizona

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in Phoenix, Arizona who provides couple and relationship counseling. I would like to help you develop more meaningful relationships through better communication and understanding.

Marriage Counselor

Michael Graham, MC, LPC, LISAC

Licensed Professional Counselor

4545 N. 36th Street, Suite 102, Phoenix, Arizona

Relationships are the essence of human experience. If our relationships are in order, our lives are in order. Helping couples and familes resolve communication, connection and intimacy problems is the most rewarding aspect of my work and a focus of my practice.

Marriage Counselor

Sandra Nettles, LCSW, MSSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

2301 W Dunlap Ave, Suite 206, Phoenix, Arizona

Every marriage can run into problems - arguments, lack of intimacy, disrespect, or sexual issues. The partners in a marriage need skills to resolve differences without hurting each other. I will help you rebuild trust, intimacy and love.

Marriage Counselor

Kevin Fleming Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

Though we are not licensed marriage counselors, Grey Matters International, Inc. provides cutting edge brain optimization and rebalancing technology to better align the minds of partners to reduce conflict, increase hope---for the brain has the final word on change.

Marriage Counselor

Sandy Graham, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

4545 N. 36th Street, Suite 102, Phoenix, Arizona

We all want more intimacy in our relationships. My approach to marriage counseling is strengths based. By identifying both the strengths and challenges in a relationship, you can have hope of improvement at the very first session. Call for a no cost consultation today.

Marriage Counselor

Tres Adames, MDiv, BCPC

Board Certified Pastoral Counselor

9299 W. Olive Avenue, Suite 212, Peoria, Arizona

I provide counseling for couples, including engaged and married couples. If your partner not interested in counseling, I offer couples counseling for one, where I help just one partner improve the relationship.

Marriage Counselor

Cristy Lopez, Ph.D.

Clinical Psychologist

2942 N. 24th St., Suite 110, Phoenix, Arizona

Experiencing challenges of infidelity, emotional disconnection, and/or communication difficulties? I utilize treatments that have demonstrated positive outcomes with couples. Intensive therapy (e.g., 2-4 hour long sessions) available. Your relationship can be better!

Marriage Counselor

Jason Fierstein, MA, LPC

Counselor for Men and Couples

1021 East Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona

I help men and women who know they want to stay in their marriage or relationship, yet are repeating conflict over and over again. Men shut down, become emotionally blocked, and I help couples to undo this process, and get close again.

Marriage Counselor

Alyssa Mandel, MSW, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

8120 E. Cactus Rd., Suite 310, Scottsdale, Arizona

I feel that by working with clients from a non-judgmental perspective, fostering a comfortable and trusting environment and "being where the client is", the time spent in treatment is made more productive. Couples counseling requires a unique skill and a gentle touch.

Marriage Counselor

Gregory Crow, Ph.D.

Psychologist

7510 E. Angus Dr., Scottsdale, Arizona

I do weekly sessions as well as intensive couples' counseling. I am trained in Emotionally Focussed Therapy for Couples (EFT), employing what I consider to be state of the art techniques that allow for couples to identify their marital dance and create new patterns.



Related Sites:
City of Phoenix
Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners

Therapy Phoenix Arizona

Downtown, Midtown, West Phoenix, North Phoenix, South Phoenix, Biltmore Area, Arcadia, Sunnyslope, Ahwatukee

Phoenix is a bustling city with over 3 million residents and it is the most heavily populated city in the state of Arizona.1  Phoenix is currently the 5th largest city in the United States and is the largest state capitol in the entire United States by population.  One aspect of this popularity is the rich American Indian culture and heritage.  One of the native tribes, the Hokokam people is responsible for the many irrigated canals that exist in the city today.  The mountain men of early America that settled here are what primarily created the city structure that you see today.  It is believed that severe droughts in the late 1300’s drove this tribe out of the area in search of water.

The city of Phoenix was founded by a man by the name of Jack Swilling, a civil war veteran.  Many American citizens headed west in search of new land and the prospect of gold in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.  Many settlers were attracted to the already existing ruins, left by the Hokoman tribes and the ability to survive in the optimal climate.  The city has continued to prosper and thrive with many new citizens moving into the area. 

Marriage and Couples Mental Health in Phoenix

In 2012, Maricopa County had more divorces than all other Arizona counties combined.2 With a high number of marriages ending in divorce, it is important for counseling services to be readily available. People interested in helping couples and families through difficult times can obtain a Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Arizona State University. The program includes coursework in assessment, research, and theory, and also includes practicum and internship components to give counselor trainees on-the-job experience. 3

Families in need of mental health services can contact one of three Family Service Centers operated by the City of Phoenix. The centers are located throughout the city. Each center offers information that helps promote strong families and individual self-sufficiency. Services for elderly family members, as well as services for children, are also available. Those in need can call 602-262-6510 for more information.4

Family Services and Assistance Programs

There are a number of non-profit organizations in the Phoenix area whose aim is to provide assistance to families in need. The Family Services Agency (FSA) is the oldest such non-profit agency in Arizona. FSA offers assistance to couples that seek to adopt a child. Services for individuals who are struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, family violence, and mental health issues are available as well. Individuals who have been involved in the criminal justice system can take part in FSA's offender re-entry program, which helps facilitate a return to life in the community. The Family Services Agency can be reached at 602-264-9891. 5


References

1. U.S. Census Bureau. (2017). State and County Quickfacts - Phoenix, AZ. Retrieved from http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/04/0455000.html
2. Arizona Department of Health Services. (2016). Dissolutions of Marriage By County of Occurrence. Retrieved from http://www.azdhs.gov/plan/menu/for/2012/pdf/5g6.pdf
3. Arizona State University. (2017). Marriage and Family Therapy Program of Study. Retrieved from https://thesanfordschool.asu.edu/marriage-and-family-therapy/program-study
4. City of Phoenix. (2017). Family Services Centers. Retrieved from http://phoenix.gov/humanservices/programs/emergency/family/index.html
5. Family Service Agency. (2017). Home - Family Service Agency. Retrieved from http://www.fsaphoenix.org/

Phoenix is located in Maricopa County, Arizona. It has a land area of 517.64 square miles and a water area of 1.25 square miles.  The population of Phoenix is 1.6 million people with 525,610 households and a median annual income of $47,326. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Phoenix, AZ

Some budgeting needed

While counseling can certainly be an expense for individuals and families in Phoenix, with proper budgeting, it is entirely do-able and the risk/reward is worth it. For some families, it may be difficult to sustain a commitment to therapy without proper insurance coverage. If this is you, ask your therapist about low cost options as practitoners in and around Phoenix may have flexibility or sliding scales