Family Christian Counseling Center
Main Office - 1300 East Missouri Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85014 (602-325-1233)
Fax number (602-279-0550)
Dobson Office - 3200 N Dobson Road
Chandler, AZ 85224 (602-325-1233)
Fax number (602-279-0550)
The Center serves families from a faith based perspective that respects personal faith tradition. We offer a wide range of counseling services for all ages and stages of life. Counselors have expertise in therapies that are both effective as well as creative and pleasurable. We understand how difficult it is for any child, individual, or family to seek help. Our lobby is a warm place to have a cup of tea and wait for your appointment in a lovely restored territorial style building in north central Phoenix. We now have a satellite office on Dobson Road in Chandler. We are also excited to announce that Feedspot awarded us 2 blog honors. We are now in the top 100 counseling blogs and top 35 Christian Counseling blogs in the country. We do not accept insurance but do provide a superbill for clients who wish to file for out of network benefits.
We would like to announce that Deborah's blog has just been awarded entry into the top 35 Christian Counseling blogs as awarded by Feedspot. Feedspot's criteria for this award are:
- Google reputation and Google search ranking
- Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other social media sites
- Quality and consistency of posts.
- Feedspot’s editorial team and expert review
Marriage counseling seeks to identify areas of conflict and communication in a marriage and facilitate healthy ways of resolving them. If problems in a marriage aren’t identified or dealt with in a timely manner, they can grow out of control and bring devastation and possibly an end to the marriage. There is no such thing as a perfect marriage. Marriage counseling helps a marriage weather the storms and rebound stronger as a result of the counseling. Counseling helps a couple focus on their problems in a marriage and resolves them. Most problems include poor communication, a lack of intimacy, anger or nagging.
Individual Adult Therapy
Individual psychotherapy for adults offers a compassionate approach to therapy, which encourages clients to explore how limiting beliefs and trauma are held in the body—often below the level of conscious awareness. Specialties include trauma and PTSD; chronic illness including fibromyalgia, IBS, Lupus, insomnia, chronic fatigue and cancer. Other issues addressed include grief and loss; emotional struggles such as shame, depression, anger and anxiety, and relationship problems. Counselors have extensive post- graduate training in Self Regulation Therapy, a gentle approach that enables the nervous system to integrate overwhelming events and bring balance to the nervous system. Additionally they are trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Equine Assisted Therapy
Deanna Wahlheim is trained in EAGALA Equine Assisted Psychotherapy. Equine therapy is a collaborative approach consisting of a client/clients, mental health professional, equine specialist and one or more horses. There is no riding involved, rather the interaction is with horses on the ground. The equine therapy sessions are held at Sunburst Rescue Farm in Glendale, AZ. The Family Christian Counseling Center offers this treatment modality which is an experiential form of psychotherapy where horses are involved in the sessions. “Experiential” means that you will be involved in hands-on experiences with the horses designed to reflect things going on in your life.
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The Child Trauma Academy acknowledges that Deborah Pettitt and Edie Moore have completed NMT Training Certification through the Phase I level. Click for more information about NMT Training Certification and the NMT Assessment process
The Child Trauma Academy acknowledges that Deborah Pettitt has completed NMT Training Certification through the Phase II level. Click for more information about NMT Training Certification and the NMT Assessment process, Level II.