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Clinical Director

Diana Canfield, MS Counseling, Licensed Professional Counselor 

(she/her)

I have a passion for assisting people in discovering the power and insight they have within themselves to navigate through difficult times. My accepting and nonjudgmental attitude allows clients to feel comfortable opening up to deal with core issues that are barriers to a peaceful and joyful life. It would be my honor to guide you in your journey to living an authentic, integrated life.

My specialization is in treating trauma with EMDR, Animal Assisted Therapy, IFS and other evidence based treatments. 


EMDR PROVIDER; 

AZ BOARD APPROVED CLINICAL SUPERVISOR; 

CONSULTATION 

Licensed in AZ and ID (telehealth)

Contact: diana@canfieldcounseling.org

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Licensed Professional Counselor

Kate Abravaya, MS, LPC

(she/her)

Hello! I am a licensed professional counselor (LPC) in Mesa, AZ. I work primarily with teens and young adults, many of whom are in the LGBTQ+ community, seeking treatment for OCD, facing life transitions, and/or navigating relationship challenges. My goal in working with clients is to promote their emotional wellbeing, provide a supportive, accepting space where they can explore and gain insight into thoughts and feelings, and give them tools to help them manage their mental health. My specialties include gender-affirming care, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), Rogerian/person-centered therapy and exposure and response prevention (ERP). I provide help with communication, conflict resolution and confidence building.

Making the decision to explore therapy can be daunting, however, in my office you are in the driver's seat. I'll meet you where you're at and support you in any way I can- no judgment.

Contact: kate@canfieldcounseling.org

​Mesa Office 

Telehealth

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Licensed Associate Counselor

Amy Christy, MFT,  LAC

My goal as a counselor is to help clients identify what the true nature of their issues, pain or discomfort is so that we can uncover it and explore how to make it more manageable. I have worked in the mental health field for 10 years providing rehabilitation services, support and counseling to those suffering a great deal with anxiety, depression and personality disorders that have led to maladaptive ways of coping, substance abuse, loss of self-worth and even thoughts of self-harm. My goal is to help people feel empowered, learn coping & communication skills, self worth and that there is hope in this sometimes unbalanced world.

I enjoy working with all types of people, genders, ethnic backgrounds or sexual orientations. I am also receiving direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE approved Diana Canfield, M.S. LPC.

Contact: amy@canfieldcounseling.org

Mesa Office 

Telehealth

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Licensed Associate Counselor

Virginia James, MA, LAC

(she/her)

I am a Licensed Associate Counselor who specializes in trauma, anxiety disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), and couples counseling. I am passionate about helping my clients achieve their goals to live an empowered, insightful, and healthful life.

I believe in tailoring therapeutic interventions to meet my client’s individualized needs. I draw from several therapeutic modalities, including EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectal Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), and Gottman Level 2 Training.

I truly believe in the power of counseling and a holistic approach to address challenges and create a healthier, more fulfilled life. I am here to hold nonjudgmental space for you, to encourage you, and to gently challenge you. I strive to create a therapeutic relationship built on trust, transparency, and empathy. My goal is that my clients grow and strengthen their sense of confidence and wellbeing so they achieve their potential.

In my personal life, I enjoy trail running, skiing, hiking, rock climbing, and spending time with my family in nature. I am a strong proponent of living a balanced, mindful, and holistic lifestyle.

I offer telehealth sessions to clients located in Arizona. I graduated from Northwestern University with a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I am under the direct supervision of Diana Canfield, MS, LPC-S.

Contact: ginny@canfieldcounseling.org

Telehealth Only

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Licensed Associate Counselor

Taylor Oberhelman-McLeod, MA, LAC

(she/her)

My goal is to help individuals feel empowered by providing an atmosphere where they can authentically be themselves, without judgement. I believe therapy is a collaborative experience where clients walk alongside their counselor in their therapeutic journey. I will provide an empathic space for clients to process painful experiences and emotions so they can begin to heal. I believe in using evidence-based practices to help individuals work through their struggles so that they can be their authentic self and have an increased sense of well-being. I hope that I can help you on your journey of self-reflection and healing. I graduated from Northwestern University with a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.  I am currently under direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE approved Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC.


Contact: taylor@canfieldcounseling.org

Telehealth Only

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Licensed Associate Counselor

Amy Jackson, MA, LAC

(she/her)

I am drawn to the mental health field by my desire to understand how an individual’s unique life experiences can shape their perspective on themselves and the world around them. I strive to help individuals explore those perspectives, through individualized counseling programs based on their unique needs. I believe that each individual possesses the inner strength and skills to lead authentic and empowered lives. By offering an open and trusting environment for my clients to discuss their journeys, I am able to collaborate with them on their path to personal fulfillment. Utilizing a variety of therapeutic skills I have acquired, through academic research and training, I ensure my clients are provided with the necessary support to help overcome challenges they may face.

I received my Master of Arts degree through the CACREP-accredited online counseling program, offered by The Family Institute at Northwestern University. I am also receiving direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE approved Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC.

Contact: amyjackson@canfieldcounseling.org

Phoenix Office

Telehealth

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Licensed Associate Counselor

Kristy Theilen, MSE, LAC

(she/her)

I have always had a curious mind about people and the experiences that shape them. I first became interested in counseling when I was a teenager, but chose to follow my curiosities and gain the life experiences that would enhance my perspectives as I honed my skills. I got a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from UNL in Nebraska. I then joined the Peace Corps in the youth development sector, organizing teenagers to create a zine on human rights in three languages in their ethnically segregated city. While studying at UNL and after returning from overseas, I worked at drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers. Before finally attaining my CACREP-accredited Masters of Science in Education in Clinical Mental Health from Wayne State College, I worked as an advocate for human rights, organized events and a gallery at an art collective in downtown Phoenix, became a farmer of biodynamic produce at farmers markets, and worked with English language learners at a middle school.


My approach is humanistic person-centered. I want to journey together to discover the strengths and skills that you have to reach your ultimate potential. I use evidence-based techniques including Cognitive Behavioral strategies, Mindfulness strategies, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy strategies, and Play Therapy  strategies. I believe in a collaborative process where you can be your authentic self, and together, we find the path to your healing.

My internship experiences were with youth K-12 and college students. I’m currently getting certified in TF-CBT and am interested in getting more experience with youth who have experienced trauma. One of my core strengths is the love of learning, and I can’t wait to start learning more about internal family systems therapy, EMDR, and somatic experiences.


I am receiving direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE approved Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC.


Contact: kristy@canfieldcounseling.org

Mesa Office 
Telehealth

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Licensed Master Social Worker

Seol Ki, LMSW

(she/her)

I earned my MSW from ASU and a PhD in Communication from Rutgers University. My clinical training encompasses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Expressive Art Intervention, Harm Reduction, and the Gottman Method Level 2. I have worked with individuals from various cultural backgrounds, ranging in age from 6 to 65. As an immigrant and a bilingual therapist (Korean), I prioritize providing a non judgmental environment and culturally-sensitive care. I am currently under the direct clinical supervision of AZBBHE approved supervisor Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC.

Contact: seol@canfieldcounseling.org
Mesa Office (In-person preferred)

Telehealth

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Pre-licensed Counselor

Elena Stamerra, Pre-licensed Counselor

(she/her)

I believe that people are the authors of their own stories and sometimes, they have writer's block. This block can be due to a variety of reasons but identifying those root causes and working through them is the purpose of therapy. My goal is to supply individuals with tools and skills that empower them to feel as though they have the ability to navigate life's hardships and cultivate a life they genuinely enjoy. 


My therapeutic approach incorporates Solution-Focused, Person-Centered, and Narrative Theories. My goal is to maintain a safe and inviting environment for all that allows people to openly share their concerns, wants, and needs. I tailor my particular approach to the needs of the individual clients(s). I believe that every individual possesses the strength and potential to work through life problems and that people have the ability to create their own reality. I look forward to possibly walking with you through this journey and if I don't, thank you for joining us here at Canfield Counseling. I know sometimes the first step is the hardest. We are so happy you're here. 


As a pre-licensed counselor, I receive direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE-approved Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC.

Contact: elena@canfieldcounseling.org

Mesa & Phoenix Offices 

Telehealth

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Pre-licensed Counselor

Shelby Ward, Pre-licensed Counselor

(she/her)

My goal is to be a dedicated and compassionate counseling intern, committed to helping individuals navigate their mental and emotional challenges. I'm pursuing my master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Grand Canyon University and actively continue my education any chance I can.

My journey into counseling began with my own personal experiences, so I know what it's like to be in the chair! These experiences ignited my curiosity about the human mind, relationships, and the power of therapeutic intervention. Through academic studies, I've developed a strong foundation in various counseling theories, techniques, and ethical practices. I've always been a sensitive gal, and I've worked to improve my active listening skills and create a safe and nonjudgmental space for clients to explore their thoughts, feelings, and concerns.

I believe in fostering a collaborative and supportive therapeutic relationship where clients feel empowered to take an active role in their own healing journey. I understand the importance of cultural sensitivity and will work hard to create an inclusive environment that respects and values each person's background and identity. All are welcome in my office.

Because I believe in providing the best, most informed care to my clients, I am dedicated to ongoing professional development. I regularly engage in supervision and strive to be up to date with the latest research and advancements in the field of counseling through training opportunities. I am committed to providing evidence-based interventions and incorporating innovative techniques to enhance my clients' well-being.

As a counseling intern, I am so excited to continue learning and refining my skills under the guidance of experienced professionals. I currently receive direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE-approved Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC. I am committed to making a positive impact on the lives of my clients and I look forward to contributing to the field of mental health through an empathetic and client-centered approach to counseling.

Contact: shelby@canfieldcounseling.org

Mesa Office

Telehealth

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Pre-licensed Counselor

Amanda Green, Pre-licensed Counselor

It is my belief that we all have the strength to not only face our struggles but to make changes; we just might need a little help to get there. As a counselor, it is my goal to walk beside you through your journey and help you realize that you had the strength all along and now is time
to apply it.


My approach to therapy is a pragmatic one. Thoughts are at the foundation of our emotions and behaviors. With the pragmatic approach we go from something that isn’t working and change it to something that will. We find out what is really going on and not what the mind thinks is going on. When we understand our automatic thoughts, we can work to change our thinking or at least reduce irrational thoughts. This approach allows us to make effective choices and changes and take responsibility for our lives. The type of therapies I often utilize are Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Narrative Therapy.


In addition, I also offer Equine Therapy in the East Valley. This evidence-based approach helps individuals work through emotional and behavioral struggles. Connecting with horses requires us to be calm, centered, and focused. Being around horses has shown to reduce cortisol (the stress hormone) and increase the release of oxytocin (a natural chemical that promotes feelings of positivity and connection). Horses are very sensitive to their environment, live in the moment, can pick up on the emotional state of others, and do not judge. They help us become more aware by mirroring behavior and using non-verbal communication, which aids in
understanding ourselves, our emotions, and our relationships with others. Awareness is vital for processing and healing. Equine Therapy can help improve self-image, self-awareness, confidence, communication, anxiety, emotional regulation, empathy, processing trauma, and more.


I hold a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, a Master of Science in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and I am completing my second Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.


As a pre-licensed counselor, I receive direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE-approved Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC.

Contact: amanda@canfieldcounseling.org

Mesa Office

Equine Therapy

Telehealth

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Pre-licensed Counselor

Leigh Williams, Pre-licensed Counselor

(she/her)

I am currently studying for my Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with Grand Canyon University. My main desire coming into the mental health field was to help individuals find who they truly are and peace in doing so. During my own journey with mental health, I learned how normal it is to seek understanding of one’s unconscious thoughts and behaviors, and how it’s possible to change those ways of thinking. I have a psychodynamic approach but with an emphasis on cognitive behavioral therapy. I feel that most people already know who they innately are but sometimes need assistance in reframing their way of thinking to fully accept themselves. I feel that cognitive behavior therapy can help people identify their distressing thoughts and evaluate how realistic those thoughts are. If we can reframe the distorted thinking into a more realistic approach, we can then focus on one’s true self-discovery. My goal as a counselor is to help my clients become the absolute best version of themselves.

As a pre-licensed counselor, I receive direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE-approved Diana

Canfield, M.S., LPC.

Contact: leigh@canfieldcounseling.org

Mesa & Phoenix Offices

Telehealth

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Pre-licensed Counselor

Cynthia Trollope, Pre-licensed Counselor

(she/her)

The hardest part of a process is often the first step. You are boldly beginning your journey toward wellness by seeking counseling. I would be honored to support you as you gain control over the challenges in your life. In therapy, I strive to help you become the best version of yourself in an emotionally safe environment. Here, difficult issues can be explored without the risk of feeling alone or alienated. I believe that a therapeutic relationship based on trust is essential for successful outcomes. As we join forces toward your goals, I seek to provide a place to process your experiences and find support, education, and empowerment. I am committed to an inclusive counseling room that accepts all cultures, religions, and backgrounds. 

My therapeutic approach is predominantly Person-Centered, which means I focus on your personal strengths and allow you to take the lead toward discovering your own wellness, with appropriate guidance when necessary. I act as an empathetic facilitator, encouraging and supporting you during your process of self-discovery. I also incorporate aspects of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Gestalt Therapy, and Existential Therapy. These theories address changing negative behavior or thought patterns, living in the here-and-now, and searching for deeper forms of meaning. Upon client request, I also provide integration of faith and spirituality in counseling. This holistic, humanistic approach allows me to design a counseling program for your unique needs. 

I am a pre-licensed counselor pursuing my Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Colorado Christian University. I completed my Bachelor of Science and Arts in Neuroscience with Honors at the University of Texas at Austin. As I continue my education, I receive direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE-approved supervisor Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC. I also actively seek training opportunities and continuing education to best meet my clients’ needs. I look forward to meeting you soon!

Contact: cindy@canfieldcounseling.org

Phoenix Office

Telehealth

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Pre-licensed Counselor

Rocky Larson, Pre-licensed Counselor

(he/him or they/them)

In my time as a human being, I have learned that emotional well-being is just as important as breathing. You cannot get by without either in life. The necessary yet often overlooked care of our emotions and our minds is what inspired me to become a counselor. I feel joy from hearing the stories of others, and fulfillment in helping people to connect with themselves and their potential. I believe counseling is best facilitated when the therapist is warm, caring, non-judgmental, supportive, and genuine.  


I take a humanistic approach that focuses on the human condition, free-will, self-actualization, and self-discovery. However, therapy is not a one-size-fits-all process, so I utilize a toolbox of other approaches, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, constructivism, psychodynamic theory, mindfulness-based interventions, narrative therapy, and solutions-focused therapy. In working with clients, my goal is to make everyone feel seen, heard, validated, and cared for, so much that they honor themselves in the same way. Therapy entails becoming aware of how we view, think, and feel about ourselves. This process is critical to understanding and changing our behaviors, leading to desired growth and healing. I invite everyone and anyone to join me in therapy, no matter the walk of life.  


I hold a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Arizona State University (ASU). Previously, I served as an intern for the Center for Mindfulness, Compassion, and Resilience at ASU, where I facilitated mindfulness-based interventions for university students. Currently, I am in the last year of formal studies to receive my Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of the Cumberlands. As a pre-licensed counselor, I receive direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE-approved Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC. 

Contact: rocky@canfieldcounseling.org

Mesa Office

Telehealth

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Pre-licensed Counselor

Aspen Turney, Pre-licensed Counselor

Hello! As a pre-licensed counselor, I am passionate about empowering my clients to live their most authentic lives. I believe that we all have intuition that helps each of us define our unique values and priorities but that external pressures, social norms, lack of confidence, and trauma often lead us away from that intuition. In therapy, my clients and I work together to rediscover that intuition, build confidence, and pursue goals that help them create a life they enjoy and feel most aligned with.


I approach counseling through an existential-humanistic lens, which means that I love to help clients discover what makes them unique and challenge them to create a life that is uniquely meaningful and joyous to them. I prioritize authenticity in session and want my clients to feel comfortable being themselves, too. I am empathetic, unconditionally accepting, and open, and I believe vulnerability, humor, and compassionate confrontation can all be part of a strong and trusting therapeutic alliance.


My previous counseling experience has included working through relational dissatisfaction, grief after a break-up, attachment styles and wounds, setting boundaries, family conflict, cultural differences in relationships, low self-esteem, body image and disordered eating concerns, anxiety, depression, anger regulation, and career and academic concerns. My background prior to counseling has included managing care for the SMI (severe mental illness) population and academic and career coaching.


The therapy modalities I utilize are based on each client's unique needs, though I primarily utilize Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Reality Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Feminist Therapy. I am also a Health at Every Size aligned provider and Intuitive Eating informed. 


In my free time outside of practicing therapy, I love to get outside for fresh air with my goldendoodle, cook creative meals, try fun workout classes, and spend time with friends and family locally and out of town!

 As a pre-licensed counselor, I receive direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE-approved Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC. 

Contact: aspen@canfieldcounseling.org

Mesa Office

Telehealth

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Pre-licensed Counselor

Julia See-Teran, Pre-licensed Counselor 

(she/her)

Through my own experiences, life will always be complex. I have learned there is no instruction manual on how to get through life, but we can create our own unique plan that works for us. I believe we all have many challenges in life, and we have the means to overcome those challenges—with guidance and patience we are on our way to feeling and being our best self!


I am in my last year of the Master of Science in Counseling Clinical Mental Health Counseling at University of Phoenix (UOP). I completed my Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Grand Canyon University (GCU). As a pre-licensed counselor, I receive direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE-approved Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC. 


The journey in therapy starts now! I look forward to meeting you and hearing all about you!

Contact: julia@canfieldcounseling.org

Mesa Office

Telehealth

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Pre-licensed Counselor

Scott Fuller, Pre-licensed Counselor 

(he/him)

The unpredictable nature of life is no secret. Although challenging, taking the first steps toward self-discovery and personal growth can be transformative, and it is an honor for me to accompany you on this journey. During our work together, we will uncover the depths of your emotions, unravel the complexities, and pave the way for individual and professional success. Regardless of the challenges you are facing or the path you are pursuing, it is important to realize that you are not alone.

My passion for the mind-body connection has driven me to explore research that enhances the therapeutic experience and relationship. As a counselor, I integrate empirical knowledge with an intuitive dance of mindfulness. This creates a healing space where science and intuition can coexist. As a client-centered therapist, I strive to provide a safe space and ensure you feel heard, accepted, and understood. My practice embraces each individual's uniqueness and celebrates the rich tapestry of the human experience.

I believe that everyone possesses extraordinary capabilities, and my goal is to assist you in recognizing and utilizing these capabilities throughout your life's journey. Transparency is imperative when creating authenticity, which is essential for building trust. You are the expert on your own life. As you navigate your healing process, I will be here to walk beside you. It will be my pleasure to be your biggest advocate while challenging you along the way.

As a pre-licensed counselor, I receive direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE-approved Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC.

Contact: scott@canfieldcounseling.org

Mesa Office

Telehealth

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Pre-licensed Counselor

Vivian Duarte, Pre-licensed Counselor

(she/her)

I know the difficulty of asking for help. It demonstrates courage and bravery. I provide a compassionate environment to foster a genuine and authentic therapeutic relationship to support others in their mental and emotional wellness. I work with individuals and couples who are looking for transformative change, personal growth, reconnection, empowerment, and purpose. I believe each individual is equipped with the tools to reach their desired goals, and I look forward to being a part of your journey to using these strengths to obtain them. 


My therapeutic approach incorporates a humanistic foundation consisting of person-centered and solution-based approaches rooted in empathy, respect, and collaboration to create a safe space for clients to explore their thoughts, feelings, and experiences.

As a pre-licensed counselor, I receive direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE-approved Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC.

Contact: vivian@canfieldcounseling.org

Mesa & Phoenix Offices

Telehealth

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Pre-licensed Counselor

Evelyn Armendariz, Pre-licensed Counselor

(she/her)

I believe that everyone deserves to live a life that is fulfilling and honest to who they are. Achieving this
requires knowledge of our thoughts, experiences, and the many intersecting parts of our identity. But
sometimes, that is easier said than done. We may need support and encouragement to understand what
fulfillment looks like for us and what steps it entails. My hope is to support you with that process to the
best of my abilities.


My therapeutic approach centers mostly around humanistic and pragmatic concepts. More specifically, it
includes elements of acceptance and commitment therapy, person-centered therapy, and multicultural
therapy. Essentially, I believe that understanding our reality can help us impact it. Counseling should be a
dynamic process that allows you to both obtain new skills and tap into the strengths you already possess.
When working with clients, I want everyone to be met with compassion and acceptance. As we learn
more about each other, I will strive to foster collaboration, openness, and authenticity. Congratulations on
the start (or the continuation) of your counseling journey!


I earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University, where I majored in psychology and
minored in family and human development. Currently, I am working towards my Master of Science degree
in Grand Canyon University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. As a pre-licensed counselor, I
receive direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE-approved Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC.

Contact: evelyn@canfieldcounseling.org

Mesa Office

Telehealth

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Reiki Practitioner

Christine Rizzo

I don't consider myself a typical Reiki practitioner. I am not one to ponder the mysteries of the universe or wax poetic about the depths of my spirituality. I never owned crystals. I found Reiki through my passion for yoga, through my need for stillness and to quiet my mind - always racing with the responsibilities of life.  After spending decades in the legal field helping people, but from behind a computer, I began searching for a more hands-on profession that would render purpose and fulfillment.  

I signed up for the Reiki course on a whim, the skeptic in me wondering if Reiki energy was real, if it could work on me and through me. I admit to web searching "Do you have to believe in Reiki for it to work?" If you have done this search yourself, you will be happy to know the answer is "no."

On the first day of the course, I pulled a card from the deck the teacher brought with her and it read "Fulfillment." It basically said everything I knew to be true, that I was unhappy with my life in its current state, and I was looking for purpose. 
 
So, I showed up. I learned. I practiced. I meditated (5 minutes at a time is an accomplishment for me). And it does work. Energy does move and I find it incredibly motivating and extraordinary to be able to help people by offering mobile and distance Reiki services to individuals and their animal companions with Reiki Therapy.  

"You're happy when you help others become happy." -Dalai Lama

Contact: christine@canfieldcounseling.org

Phoenix Office

Distance Reiki

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Administrative Director

Kayla Canfield, BS

(she/her)

Kayla is the behind the scenes person that keeps our business running smoothly. She directs all administrative functions including records, billing, accounts payable/receivable, payroll and a million other details.


Contact: kayla@canfieldcounseling.org

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Therapy horse

Bobbi

Bobbi is a 15 year old Solid Paint Mare who helps with our Animal Assisted Therapy program in North Phoenix. Bobbi loves treats and having her mane braided.

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Therapy horse

Bubba

Bubba is an Overo Paint Gelding who helps with the Animal Assisted Therapy program in the East Valley. His favorite things are attention and being groomed.

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