Clinical Supervisor / Licensed Professional Counselor

Diana Canfield MS LPC

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, healthy life.

I have worked in the mental health field for 12 years. I have worked in various settings with multiple cultures and ages. I am a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional and a Certified Sex Offender Treatment Specialist. I have extensive experience with teenagers, adults, personality disorders, Native American clients, depression, trauma and grief.

EMDR PROVIDER; AZ BOARD APPROVED CLINICAL SUPERVISOR

Contact: diana@canfieldcounseling.org

 

Licensed Therapist / Administrative Director

Joshua Nursall AA LSAT

I have a drive to help my clients achieve their own personal and individual goals that will both enrich their lives but also create long-lasting stability and healing. With me clients know they have a warm and non-judgmental professional who would be honored to help them begin the healing process.
I have been in the Behavioral Health Field for five years and specialize in treating addiction/substance use issues, sex addiction, gambling, internet/porn addiction, trauma, depression, anxiety, marital issues, men's issues, and LGBTQ+ positive approaches. I see adolescents, adults, couples, and families. I utilize person-centered care, CBT, DBT, trauma-informed, motivational interviewing, solutions-focused brief therapy, and LGBTQ+ approaches in my treatment of all clients based on their specific needs and goals. My focus is on identifying your goals, and your own version of healing which best addresses your own specific needs and not a one-size fits all approach to therapy.
Contact: josh@canfieldcounseling.org

 

Licensed Associate Counselor

Kate Amini MA LAC

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

 

Master's Level Therapist

Amy Christy, MFT

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.
Contact: amy@canfieldcounseling.org

 

Master's Level Intern

Katherine Jones Counseling Intern

I believe on this journey of life that we are capable of miraculous things connected to our mind and the world around us. I want to help support the healing process and improve our inner environment that comprises of our thoughts, beliefs and emotions to help shift lives in the most powerful way. My mantra is if you belief it you can achieve it.
I am currently in my Master's program at Northwestern University. My program is CACREP-accredited online Master of Arts in Counseling from The Family Institute at Northwestern University. The program prepares me to become a self-reflective clinical mental health counselor who applies various counseling theories and evidence-based practices to help people in need. I am also receiving direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE approved Diana Canfield, MS LPC.
Contact: katherine@canfieldcounseling.org

 

Master's Level Intern

Virginia James Counseling Intern

My goal is to provide clients with a nonjudgmental, empathetic, and accepting space to process thoughts, feelsing, and experiences of the past, present, and future as well as explore and uncover their inner strength. I believe genuine positive regard will help clients unpack the core of their issues and their pain which serve as roadblocks to healing. I further believe that challenging core beliefs and thinking patterns will help assist the client in their own ability to heal and to strengthen their self worth. I am excited to be part of your healing journey! 


I am currently in a CACREP-accredited Master of Arts program in counseling at Northwestern University. My program offered online through The Family Institute at Northwestern University. This program encourages students to become self-reflective clinical mental health counselors and prepares counseling students to utilize a variety of theories and evidence-based interventions in order to work with clients with a variety of backgrounds. I am currently under direct clinical supervision from Diana Canfield, MS, LPC, AZBBHE approved.

Contact: ginny@canfieldcounseling.org

 

Master's Level Intern

Roni Gilbert Counseling Intern

I am pursuing a 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 to be used are Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.  

Canfield Counseling affords me the opportunity to 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, MS LPC.

Contact: roni@canfieldcounseling.org

 

Master's Level Intern

Lauryn Harrison Counseling Intern

I have been working in the behavioral health field since 2014. During this time, I gained considerable experience working with the seriously mentally ill (SMI) adult population but have begun shifting my focus to serving clients in an outpatient setting. I have experience in working with clients dealing with personality disorders, PTSD, bipolar, schizophrenia, MDD along with anxiety, depression, adjustment issues, anger management, sexuality concerns, relationship and family issues, Autism, and general life concerns. I currently see children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families.
I strive to help clients progress in their recovery by ensuring treatment plans are individualized based on their needs and strengths. I focus on utilizing solution focused brief therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, client-centered therapy, sand-tray therapy, play therapy, feminist theory, and LGBTQ+ positive approaches. I utilize mindfulness and positive self-talk tactics throughout the session to assist the client with alleviating unwanted feelings and thoughts. I am currently receiving a Master of Science in Professional Counseling at Grand Canyon University. I am receiving direct clinical supervision from AZBBHE approved Diana Canfield, MS LPC.
Contact: lauryn@canfieldcounseling.org

 

Administrative Assistant

Kayla Canfield, BS

Kayla is a graduate of Humboldt State University and is responsible for billing and the upkeep of client records. 
She is the behind the scenes person that keeps our business running smoothly.

 

Therapy Dog

"Puppy"

My name is Puppy and I am a Good Dog. Everyone says so. I am a therapy dog and I help my parents with paperwork, scheduling, and making sure food dropped in the kitchen gets promptly cleaned up. I love eating treats, going on walks, and wearing scarves! I am quite fashionable.

 

Cheerios Auditor

Kevin Bacon: Pig Extraordinaire

My name is Kevin Bacon - and no I can't do the dance like in Footloose. I can sit and spin though! I carefully monitor our stock of Cheerios, snacks, and other treats at Canfield Counseling.

 

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