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Online Therapy Arizona
Online Therapy Arizona
Meet with an Arizona licensed therapist online with PlushCare. Our therapists can help you with depression, anxiety, stress, grief, eating disorders, or interpersonal relationship issues. You can meet with an Arizona licensed therapist for $169 per session.Book an appointment
Meet with an Arizona licensed therapist online with PlushCare. Our therapists can help you with depression, anxiety, stress, grief, eating disorders, or interpersonal relationship issues. You can meet with an Arizona licensed therapist for $169 per session.
Online therapy that fits into your schedule — on web or mobile from the privacy of your device
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Save time and money while receiving high-quality online therapy care and support
Licensed therapists available nationwide
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How Does Online Therapy in Arizona Work?
Online therapy in Arizona is very similar to traditional in-person therapy, in that you talk to a therapist about what you are currently experiencing; the main difference is that you can do so remotely. With online therapy, you talk to your therapist through video chat from the comfort of your home. Each online therapy session is 45 minutes long, completely confidential, and secure. Your therapist will work with you to help improve your mental health and provide emotional support.
Meet Susan Gamurot, Arizona Licensed Therapist
Susan is an Arizona licensed therapist, with 16 years of mental health experience. She has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) since 2005 and has been practicing in the mental health field since 2002. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Arizona and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from San Jose State University. Susan works with a variety of diverse and different populations with a wide range of mental health needs, including anxiety, depression, adjustment, stress, and trauma.
She is also bilingual in Spanish. Susan uses a strength-based and prescriptive approach to treatment modalities through family systems, reflection, and integrated interventions, such as CBT, TF-CBT, and Gestalt therapies to achieve greater self-awareness.
Meet Rosa Gomez, Arizona Licensed Therapist
Rosa Gomez is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Being fluent in both Spanish and English allows her to work with diverse populations. In 2012, she completed a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She has worked for nonprofit organizations as a therapist working with children, adolescents and adults. Her focus areas are: depression, anxiety, grief and loss, stress management, relationships difficulties, trauma, cultural issues. To provide psychotherapy services has been her passion. She likes to assist people in their personal growth by encouraging their resilience and helping them tap into their potential to overcome life’s difficulties.
As a holistic therapist, she uses different approaches depending on personal needs. She focuses on acceptance, empathy and non-judgment. Life teaches us through different experiences and challenges. By being aware of these lessons, we can find self-understanding and acceptance, both of which will help us face life challenges. Her role as a therapist is not to come up with solutions, but to assist you in finding them yourself. She will help you reach deep within yourself, because the solutions are there. She will help you find them.
Meet Nick Harper, Arizona Licensed Therapist
Nick holds a Master’s Degree in Social work from Columbia University, has been licensed as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor since 2016, and has been practicing in the mental health field since 2010. He works with a wide variety of populations including LGBTQ+ individuals, individuals living with HIV, individuals challenged with substance use, couples, and those interested in alternative styles of relationships. He also has treated a variety of mental health needs including anxiety, depression, work stress, low self-esteem, trauma, ADHD, and adjustments/transitions in life. Nick is a member of the LGBTQ community and provides a safe space for other individuals also identifying within this community. He strives to create an open, safe, and positive experience with each of his clients and will collaborate with you to help improve your quality of life and reach your goals.
Frequently Asked Questions
What can an online therapist treat?
An online therapist can treat many of the same concerns that an in-person therapist can treat. Online therapists are available for people who just want to talk about what they are going through, and can treat mental health conditions such as:
What can I expect from online therapy at PlushCare?
You can expect online therapy with PlushCare to be professional, personal, and affordable. PlushCare therapists are here to offer high-quality support for your emotional and mental health. They will listen, observe, and help work with you to overcome whatever you are facing, and provide coping mechanisms to make everyday life more manageable.
Who Is PlushCare’s online therapy for?
Online therapy can be very effective and beneficial for most people. But there are some cases where in-person therapy would be better. PlushCare’s online therapy is for anyone who:
Is over 18 years old
Has a reliable internet connection
Does not have any serious mental health conditions
How much does online therapy cost in Arizona?
Online therapy with PlushCare in Arizona costs $169 per session. Before committing to one session, or weekly sessions, PlushCare offers a free consultation with a prospective therapist. For a free 15-minute consultation, click here.
Is online therapy effective?
Yes, online therapy can be effective. Many studies show that online therapy can be just as effective as traditional in-person therapy. Electronic cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), in particular, has been shown to be just as effective for treating depression. Online therapy can help increase accessibility for the treatment of depression, anxiety, and other concerns.
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