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Clinical Director

Diana Canfield, MS Counseling, Licensed Professional Counselor 

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, and other evidence based treatments. 


Contact: diana@canfieldcounseling.org


Clinical Training Director 

​Licensed Associate Counselor 

Elizabeth Brooks Gollobin, MS Counseling, MA Forensic Psychology, LAC

In my experience, clients are the experts of themselves.  You have more answers than you believe.  My role is to be the epic nerd that reads all the books, completes all the degrees, and brings the overflowing therapeutic tool box of options to use on your journey.  Together, as a team, we find and follow what works best for you to meet your therapeutic goals.

My toolbox is a collection of strategies and interventions gathered through a Master’s in Forensic Psychology, another Master’s in Professional Clinical Counseling, and my current pursuit of a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision.  I have also completed additional specified training and certifications in areas including Trauma-Informed Care, Individual Trauma, Family Trauma, Advanced Trauma Training, and EMDR, because, let’s face it, we all have trauma. 

On top of working with trauma using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, and Forward Facing Trauma Therapy, I also have extensive training and experience working with clients who self harm, suffer from depression and anxiety, struggle with low self esteem or self hatred, are working through couple and family conflicts, feel swallowed by shame and/or guilt, and are stumbling on their path of identity and self acceptance.

We all find ourselves wading through mud along our journey through life.  Some muddy water is easier to get out of than others.  If you find yourself sinking, or exhausted trying to push through, reach out; I will join you, dragging my toolbox behind me, and together we will come out on the other side.

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

Contact: liz@canfieldcounseling.org

Telehealth Only

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Licensed Professional Counselor 

Kate Abravaya, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor 

I have worked with various populations in my experience providing counseling services. Prior to receiving my Masters, I worked with seriously mentally ill (SMI) adults for two years before shifting my focus to serving clients who suffer from anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and poor self-worth. My goal is to empower you and help you improve your quality of life in whatever way you identify you need. I pride myself on providing clients with unconditional empathy and positive regard, acceptance, and an environment free from judgment.

I provide therapeutic services to adolescents, adults, couples and families. I specialize in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to adjust thinking patterns, self-talk, and perception as well as solution focused brief therapy (SFBT) for those who strive solely to resolve their presenting issue and learn the tools they need to manage their wellbeing.

I want all of my clients to be successful and become self-sufficient with the strategies they learn and the insight they gain about themselves while working with me. Everyone deserves to live a life they can enjoy, so I encourage you to reach out if you feel you and/or a loved one could benefit from therapy (I've done it too!)

Contact: kate@canfieldcounseling.org

​Mesa Office 


Licensed Professional Counselor

Jessica Reid, MS, LPC

 I completed my Master's Degree from Capella University. My passion is in helping to facilitate and cultivate healthy behavioral approaches in the marital, family, and individual dynamic by creating effective changes, hope, and healing. I have experience working with individuals, children, families, couples, and those struggling with addictions,  from all walks of life and cultural diversities. I offer a non-judgemental environment where clients can feel safe to explore  personal growth and healing with an emphasis on solution-focused and reality therapy while integrating one's own spirituality. I strongly believe we all have our own answers within us and I want to support my clients while they are discovering them! 

Contact: jessica@canfieldcounseling.org

Mesa Office 

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

Contact: amy@canfieldcounseling.org

Mesa Office 

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Licensed Associate Counselor

Roni Gilbert, MS, LAC

I received my Master of Science in Counseling at Grand Canyon University. I have volunteered to serve adolescents, young adults, adults and couples in the past and believe that people should have the support they need to face the difficulties of life.

I would enjoy the opportunity to sit down and hear your story! This gives me the chance to offer feedback and practical skills learned from my program and experience. The psychological approach and counseling interventions I use are Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.  

I treat a wide variety of emotional, behavioral, relational issues, such as depression and anxiety disorders, including spiritual problems as well. I have the desire to integrate theories/strategies of psychology with Christian faith, recognizing that many individuals prefer not to involve faith in their work towards personal growth. It is important to allow the client to determine what concentration of faith, if any, they prefer in the session. Counseling gives me the opportunity to meet clients where they are at in life and encourage them to move forward towards growth and change. Client confidentiality is highly valued, maintaining professionalism, and providing ethical and competent care. I am receiving direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE approved Diana Canfield, M.S. LPC.

Contact: roni@canfieldcounseling.org

​Mesa Office 

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Licensed Associate Counselor 

Taylor Oberhelman-McLeod, MA, LAC

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

Margaret (Peggy) Feehan, MS, LAC

Welcome! I am a Licensed Associate Counselor and graduated from Grand Canyon University with a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I have been trained in various therapeutic modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, and Motivational Interviewing. I have experience working with depression, anxiety, self-esteem, faith crises, life transitions, and personal development. I provide individual therapy to teens and adults using clinically tested and evidence-based interventions.

I believe that it takes courage to ask for help. I strive to offer clients a safe, non-judgmental, person-centered environment, where they can heal and grow. Each individual is unique, so are their needs, and desires. As your therapist, I am committed to helping you recognize, and accept your intrinsic worth in order to make changes that lead to a happier and more fulfilling life. I am passionate about being able to provide individuals with the tools they need to overcome challenges, and be able to use these resources for the rest of their lives.

I am directly clinically supervised by AZBBHE approved Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC.

Contact: peggy@canfieldcounseling.org

Mesa Office 

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Licensed Associate Counselor

Jason Harger, MA, LAC

I have come into the field to bridge the gap between therapy modality for all neurodivergent and neurotypical individuals.  I focus on using treatment methods that have been researched, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness strategies, Play Therapy, and Neurobiology explanations, to work collaboratively on goals defined by my clients. I purposefully incorporate multicultural concepts into each case because I feel culture dramatically influences how we interact with those around us and help determine our strengths.

I look forward to helping my clients define strengths to be used as a roadmap to overcome barriers.  I truly believe that therapy is for everyone, but not every therapist is for every client. Therefore, I encourage open communication regarding the treatment process so clients can best overcome their obstacles. I use techniques developed to help a wide variety of mental health concerns including depression, anxiety, grief, PTSD, addiction, life transitions, and other mood concerns. I believe that clients have the answers and that with my help, they will find a deeper awareness of who they are, who they want to become, and how to propel onto a path of healing, growth, and actualization. 

I graduated from the University of the Cumberlands with a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CACREP-accredited program).  I am also receiving direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE approved Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC.

Contact: jason@canfieldcounseling.org

Telehealth only


Licensed Associate Counselor 

Amy Jackson, MA, LAC

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

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Master's Level Intern

Rachel Van Beek, Counseling Intern

 I believe that the therapy experience thrives on a collaborative relationship between the therapist and the client. My goal as a therapist is to provide a safe, judgement-free zone for us to work through all of the ugly life has to throw our way. Whether you’re dealing with a more situational issue or something more long-lasting, I find that we often see connections between our current selves and our past experiences. In therapy, we can work towards gaining insight from our experiences, challenging our current thoughts and beliefs, and incorporating new skills to help us better cope in the future. The healing journey can look different for everyone, so I look forward to discovering what healing looks like for you. 

I am currently pursuing my Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Ottawa University. As an intern, I am receiving direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE approved Diana Canfield, M.S, LPC.

Contact: rachel@canfieldcounseling.org

Mesa Office 


Master's Level Intern

Alexa Mosher, Counseling Intern

Operating from a systemic perspective, I believe the solutions to our issues come with understanding our relationships. Acknowledging how our interactions with people and environment influence our mental health is key in achieving growth. 

My goal as a therapist is to help individuals utilize their relationships effectively. I hope to create an inclusive, safe therapeutic environment to allow introspection and cultivation of your authentic self. Together, we can can re-author your story, leading to a fulfilling life. As an intern, I am receiving direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE approved Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC. 

Contact: alexa@canfieldcounseling.org

           Mesa and Phoenix Office 


Licensed Associate Counselor 

Makayla Barnes, MS, LAC

Helping people work on their mental health has always been a passion of mine. As a counselor I strive to build therapeutic relationships with my clients and to provide a safe, accepting, judgment free environment for them to learn, heal, and grow. This not only includes discovering the tools you already possess, but also learning more strategies and identifying additional strengths to overcome the obstacles you face in your life.  Part of this work involves changing the challenging thoughts and beliefs that are holding you back, and replacing those thoughts and beliefs with encouraging and empowering self perceptions. 

I graduated from U of A with a BA in Psychology and completed my Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Grand Canyon University.  I am receiving direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE approved Diana Canfield, M.S., LPC.

Contact: makayla@canfieldcounseling.org

Mesa & Phoenix Offices 


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

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


Administrative Director

Kayla Canfield, BS

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


Administrative Assistant

Nicole Reitz


Therapy horse


Bobbi is a 14 year old Solid Paint Mare who helps with our Animal Assisted Therapy program.