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Dr. Nicole Lazorwitz

Phoenix, Arizona

Dr. Nicole Lazorwitz

PsyD, Arizona School of Professional Psychology
Years in practice: 14
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I am a clinical psychologist in the Phoenix area working with adolescents and adults who are struggling with concerns including depression, anxiety, and substance use. I also work with couples who are working through relationship and communication issues and attempt to help my clients regain balance in their lives. We all encounter difficulties in our lives and seeking therapy is a great first step to getting back on the path to wellness.

Phoenix, Arizona
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Marie Sloane

Phoenix, Arizona

Marie Sloane

Masters in Professional Counseling, Grand Canyon University
Years in practice: 3
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I am a licensed counselor and coach based in Phoenix, AZ. The clients I mostly work with are parents (dads as well) who are struggling with pre/postpartum issues, those struggling with addiction/substance use and those who are having gender identity issues. I am also adept to deal with anxiety, depression and self-esteem issues as well and provide convenient (virtual) therapy and coaching via a HIPAA-compliant platform. I help clients identify their goals and what is preventing them from reaching those goals in a timely and efficient manner whilst being compassionate and trauma-informed.

Phoenix, Arizona
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Cody Weldon

Phoenix, Arizona

Cody Weldon

MSW, Arizona State University. LCSW, National Association of Social Workers
Years in practice: 4
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I’m a psychotherapist providing men with a nonjudgmental space to develop and sharpen skills for life.

Phoenix, Arizona
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Dr. Alex Levitan

Phoenix, Arizona

Dr. Alex Levitan

PsyD, Arizona School of Professional Psychology
Years in practice: 5
Offers:  Remote Therapy

We offer tailor-made services for a variety of clinical concerns. Our treatment providers specialize in anxiety and mood disorders; trauma and other stress-related disorders; and personality disorders. Comprehensive or specialized evaluations are available upon request. We use research supported instruments to guide treatment recommendations.

Phoenix, Arizona
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Daniel McCluer

Phoenix, Arizona

Daniel McCluer

MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling​, Northern Arizona University
Years in practice: 1
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I work to understand clients from their own point of view, to work non-judgmentally and supportively to help clients believe they deserve better for themselves. My biggest focuses as a therapist are on challenging unhelpful thoughts, building better habits, and understanding the possibilities that exist. My clients are primarily part of the LGBTQIA+ community, but I mostly work on depression, anxiety, and low self esteem in ways that increase coping skills, improve self-awareness, and lead to better insights and a deeper understanding of self.

Phoenix, Arizona
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James Rodis

Phoenix, Arizona

James Rodis

MC, Arizona State University. LPC, Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners
Years in practice: 3
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I am a trauma therapist focused on deep processing and finding your own answers. I collaborate with patients as equals, not as an expert to tell anyone how to live. I value the strengths and strategies that people already have and provide a safe space to try more ways to be.

Phoenix, Arizona
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