Anxiety & Depression

If you are dealing with some kind of mental health issue, you are not alone.

Recent statistics show that anxiety disorders are the most common mental health issue, affecting 40 million adults. In addition, depression is the leading cause of disability in the U.S. for ages 15 to 44, and affects over 16 million American adults.

These issues are highly treatable, yet only about 1/3 of those suffering from them receive treatment. Reasons why someone may not seek out treatment include shame, lack of understanding about what you are experiencing, or fear of the unknown when it comes to seeking therapy. We want you to know though, that true joy in life comes from understanding who you are, what your feeling, and how you move through the world and that can receive help and validation what you are experiencing.

At the Arizona Center for Marriage and Family Therapy, we help clients identify and treat the underlying issues of anxiety and depression. These issues may include current stressors (i.e. losing a loved one or going through a divorce) or ongoing difficulties with shame, anger, emotional pain, relational problems, trauma, or family of origin issues.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to provide counseling, education, and support to individuals, couples and families. To offer a safe environment for them to heal from hurt and overcome challenges in order to lead healthier, happier lives. In addition, to help clients develop the skills necessary to foster and build strong secure connections in their daily lives.

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