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Susan is a very dedicated and talented therapist. I was very happy with my first experience and will continue to use her skills.
My back had been hurting for a couple of months and I had already completed a series of sessions with a Chiropractor. I went along to Katie Jones Yoga class and to my surprise I felt much better after the class and for days afterwards as well. Thank you Katie, it was a great class and I felt so good afterwards.
James Price has been my personal trainer since Sept. 2014. In that time I have made tremendous leaps and bounds in my personal health and fitness. He has provided me with excellent physical training, expertise, and nutritional guidance. What makes James stand out from other trainers is that he has the right balance between offering support and motivation to make you better. I am physically stronger, healthier, and in better shape thanks to James. If you are looking for a great personal trainer look no further. Give James Price a chance. I guarantee that you will not be disappointed!
Dharmesh helped me get organized and focused in a time of transition. He is supportive, optimistic, and non-judgemental. These qualities allowed me to see past my limitations and move forward in my life. He has a great understanding of human psychology and the mental health field; working with him gave me a new perspective and really helped me accomplish some large goals. Thank you, Dharmesh, for everything!
I really enjoyed my experience with Rosa Ruales. She's a great therapist and I look forward on coming back for more sessions. Andrea Machi
Diana is compassionate, dedicated to assisting those who want to change their lives for the better, experienced and educated. She doesn't just listen, she hears what you are saying and offers comfort and, when asked, practical thoughts during difficult life transitions. She has a wealth of experience and resources to help a person find the tools to live a happier and more abundant life. Her positive spirit is inspiring and her energy is infectious. She is my go to therapist and coach whether I need assistance with family, work, love, or loss. She has been with me through it all, since 1997.
Dr Dorothy is a warm, caring, supportive and responsive therapist. She knows how to uncover the real cause of the emotional pain (not just talking about the symptoms). She focuses on resolving the issues at the root cause. It was easier than I imagined and nothing like the revolving door stories I hear from others. AND no medication required. I highly recommend her. KA
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Dr. Robin Dilley is a psychotherapist, author, speaker, and a survivor. "Psychotherapy for Personal Growth and Redirection" is the heart of Dr. Dilley's practice, so regardless of what the problem is, there is a solution. The solution is found in the journey, not in the destination. Dr. Dilley uses an eclectic approach to psychotherapy. She believes that each session and each client have unique differences, and that the key to psychotherapy success is in the psychotherapy relationship. Dr. Dilley provides workshops and seminars; she brings a philosophy about education that is enriching and empowering. She believes that learning is an exchange of knowledge, and that the student comes away from the experience not only feeling revived, but also ready to apply what he/she has learned. Dr. Dilley's affiliations: - Member of the Arizona Psychological Association - Clinical affiliate of the American Marriage and Family Association - Arizona State affiliate of the American Marriage and Family Therapy Association - Diplomate in Psychopharmacology - Member of the Silvan S. Tomkin's Institute of Applied Studies in Affect, Motivation and Cognition Dr. Robin Dilley is the author of "In A Moment's Notice: A Psychologist's Journey with Breast Cancer". In sharing her story, she provides a refreshing sense of relief by delivering the sense of hope. She is a cancer survivor, and proves that cancer is not the death sentence it is often consciously or unconsciously perceived to be.