Emma Hertzel, MSSW, LCSW – Licensed Therapist in Tempe, Arizona

Emma is an understanding and compassionate therapist in the Phoenix metro that uses an eclectic approach to counseling. With over 5 years of experience and training in several treatment modalities, Emma is able to work with a wide variety of client concerns. For a free consultation or to schedule an appointment call (480) 273-7110.

Common Client Concerns:

  • Depression, Anxiety, OCD and other Mental Health diagnoses.
  • Relationship Issues
  • Trauma History
  • Chronic Health Issues
  • LGBT Issues

What Can Therapy Do for Me?

It can help you identify issues that get in the way of living a valued life.

By identifying and addressing these issues, you can live each day feeling stronger, more self-assured, and more motivated to achieve your goals. It is also important to identify values so you have a direction to work toward.

It provides you with a relationship built on trust.

By developing a trusting relationship with your therapist, you can feel comfortable to be yourself in a safe, judgment-free environment. Most people find that liking and trusting their therapist had the greatest impact on their success in therapy.

It can help you realize your true potential.

Your therapist can help you identify strengths and find the balance between accepting yourself as you are, while identifying things that need to be changed. By doing this, you work toward your goals with confidence.

For a free initial consultation, or to schedule an initial appointment, call (480) 273-7110.

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