Archive for January 2017

Garron Griffitts, LCSW

  Garron Griffitts is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in the treatment of addiction treatment, marriage counseling and adolescent counseling. He also works with issues of depression, anxiety, self-esteem, anger and other life challenges. He currently works as an adjunct faculty at ASU and has taught SWG 608: Ecological Approach to Working with Children, Youth and Families, SWG 664: Treatment of Substance Abuse Disorders and SWG511 Foundations of Practice 2. His treatment approach centers around cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)

Marilyn Tenney, LPC

Trauma Therapist and Individuals and Couples Counseling Marilyn Tenney, LPC, has many years of experience as a therapist.  She specializes in working with individuals who have experienced trauma and continue to be effected by it. She also works with couples and families to help them break out of self-destructive cycles and she helps marriages heal from the effects of hurt and pain caused by negative emotional experiences. Marilyn has advanced training in couples therapy using a therapy approach called Emotionally

Heidi Quinlan LPC, LISAC

Child, Family, and Individual Counselor in Tempe, Chandler, Mesa, and Gilbert Heidi Quinlan is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor with post graduate certification in Infant/Toddler Family Practice. She has specialized training in treating trauma and attachment disruptions in both children and adults. She utilizes a combination of Cognitive Behavioral techniques, EMDR, Play Therapy, Theraplay, Sand Tray Therapy, Parent Child Relationship therapies, and other expressive approaches. Her work focuses on the significant influence of the family

Dr. Julie Cajolet-Eckhardt, Psy.D., LCP

 Clinical Psychologist and Child Psychologist Dr. Julie Cajolet-Eckhardt is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with a Master’s degree in Sport Psychology. She has been specializing in the treatment of children and families facing a wide range of difficulties in their homes for over 8 years using attachment, relationship and/or trauma focused interventions. Julie treats children, adolescents and individuals/adults with behavioral and emotional problems. Julie also incorporates Theraplay, Narrative and Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy where traditional methods have not been successful. She discovered

Travis Webb, LCSW

I received my Master’s in Social Work (MSW) degree from Arizona State University  with an emphasis on children and families.  Since graduation, I have worked as a private practice mental health therapist and trauma therapist. My professional services include helping youth and adults find healing from the effects of trauma. All types of trauma. Because of the correlation between trauma and addiction, I work regularly with individuals struggling with addiction and compulsive behaviors. My desire to work in the field