Resources

24-Hour Help:

National Suicide Prevention Hotlines:

1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)

1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)


Phoenix Area Mental Health Crisis Line:

1-800-631-1314 (Maricopa County Crisis Line)


Teen Crisis Counseling:

1-800-999-9999 (National)

480-440-3242 (Phoenix Area)


Warm Lines (when you just need to talk):

National Warm Line List

Maricopa/Pima County Peer Support Warm Line: 602-347-1100 (Mon-Fri 12pm-12am, weekends 4pm-12am)

Tucson and surrounding area: 520-770-9909 (8am-12am daily)

Southern Arizona: 877-770-9912 (8am-12am daily)


Support for Suicide Prevention & Family Coping:

Need help for Suicidal Thoughts? Read This First.

What You Can Do Right Now If You Are Having Suicidal Thoughts

Warning Signs of Suicide in Children & Teens Surviving Your Child's Suicide: Finding Peace After Tragedy

Suicidal Thoughts & Alcohol Abuse


Low Cost Mental Health Resources in Arizona

NOAH (Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health): 480-882-7537.

Mental Health Coalition Verde Valley


Support for Student Mental Health:

Mental Health Resources for College Students

Mental Health Resources for Teens

Student Mental Health Awareness & Expert Advice

Nursing Student Mental Health Guide

Support for Caregivers of People with Mental Health Conditions:

http://www.cnaclasses.org/guide-to-caregiver-wellness/

If you offer services for bipolar disorder or mental illness, and you want to be added to Dr. Peyman's resources page so that her patients can access your care, please contact Dr. Peyman for a free meeting. She would be happy to discuss how you can work together to achieve better results. If you are on this list and want to update or change your information, please email her as well.

Phoenix Area Counseling Resources:

Chandler:

Mamta Bhargava: 480-252-2860. EMDR, DBT, trauma therapy, teen/adolescent groups. Takes Aetna, BCBS, HealthNet, United.

Michelle Crowell: 480-897-7307. EMDR, eating disorders, trauma. Does not take insurance.

Tracy Heinz: 480-636-9111. Anxiety, depression, grief, stress. Take Aetna, BCBS, Cigna, Humana.

Warren Littleford: 520-704-8196. Depression, anxiety, grief, general counseling.

Shawn Rodrigues: 602-750-2215. Equine assisted therapy, individuals, couples. Takes Tricare.

Gilbert:

Nicole Heim: 480-212-3349. DBT, trauma, mood disorders. Takes BCBS.

Wendy Lehnertz: 480-656-8350. Trauma, abuse, anxiety, relationships, grief.

Michael Medley: 480-962-4357. Counseling for children, families.

Terri Roman: 480-343-4352. DBT individual and group therapy for borderline personality disorder, depression.

Julia Spain: 602-697-1023. DBT, trauma, mood disorders. Takes Aetna, Cigna, BCBS.

Leslie Whiting: 480-962-4357. EMDR, families, trauma, anxiety, depression; Christian approach.

Mesa:

David Hubbard: 480-630-0297. Depression, anxiety, relationships.

Dan Oakes: 480-382-1257. Addiction, depression, relationship conflicts, anxiety. Read client reviews here.

Family Strategies: 480-668-8301. Addictions, group therapy for addictions, Christian/LDS based counseling.

Lisa Daughters (East Mesa): 480-351-4543. Art therapy, grief, trauma. Takes some insurance plans.

Phoenix:

Lilian Borges-Zeig (north Phoenix): 602-321.5729. Mindfulness, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, anxiety, depression.

Marcia Conley (central Phoenix): 602-866-0230. Individuals, anxiety, depression, relationships.

Lisa Daughters (central Phoenix): 602-285-9696. Art therapy, grief, trauma. Takes some insurance plans.

Molly Dean (north-central Phoenix): 480-200-0410. DBT, EMDR, eating disorders, mood disorders, trauma. Takes BlueCross/BlueShield, Cigna, United.

Ana Gomez (Biltmore area): 602-803-1797. EMDR, scientifically grounded approaches to counseling for individuals, families, and children.

Cristy Lopez (central Phoenix): 602-323-7824. Adults, couples, and children, with a more active approach to motivating change.

Christian Nunes ​(Phoenix): ​602-559-8509. ​Holistic counseling for trauma, anxiety, mood disorders for all ages; also offers home visits and group home visits. ​​Takes ​Aetna, BCBS, MHN/Healthnet, Humana. ​ ​

Katherine Reamer-Bogushefsky (Ahwatukee): 480-205-4040. EMDR, biofeedback, life coaching.

Collette Richards (central Phoenix): (602) 353-7044. Mood disorders, borderline personality disorder, PTSD, anxiety, EMDR, DBT. Takes Aetna, BCBS, Cigna, United.

Scottsdale:

Gabrielle Annett: 480-508-1144. Addiction counseling, trauma specialist & life coaching.

Mamta Bhargava (Scottsdale): 480-426-8040. DBT, EMDR, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, depression, trauma, teens & adults.

Gary Breuer: 480-758-2552. Trauma, individuals, couples, families, adults & children.

Marcus Earle: 480-947-5739. Individuals, couples, addictions, group therapy.

Lisa Galper: 480-315-9311. Eating disorders, food addiction, depression, anxiety, trauma.

Sheila Howe: 480-445-9185. Over 33 years of experience supporting individuals, relationships and families, providing integrative mental and spiritual support for mood disorders, trauma, and difficult transitions.

Dennily Lerner: 480-261-5015. EMDR, cognitive behavioral therapy. Takes Medicare.

Menaj Shamsaee: 480-426-8040 x 609. EMDR, DBT/mindfulness skills, anger, relationships, OCD, trichotillomania.

Ryan Sheade: 480-261-5015. EMDR, LGBT clients, cognitive behavioral therapy. Takes BlueCross/BlueShield, Health Net, Medicare.

Dan Short: 480-329-5359. Problem-solving, solution-oriented approach or hypnosis for mood disorders, anxiety, or trauma.

Rachel Thomas: 480-888-5380. Grief, infertility, couples counseling.

Deborah Tyrrell: 602-402-5034. Christian approach to empowerment through counseling and coaching.

Queen Creek:

Pamela Dean: 480-818-9999. Trauma, PTSD, addiction, depression.

Tempe:

Marlo Archer: 480-705-5007. Children, teens, general psychology, classes for parents of children with emotional concerns.

Bonnie Beebe: 480-233-7529. EMDR, DBT, mindfulness, counseling for adolescents and adults. Takes BlueCross/BlueShield, Health Net, MHN, Cigna, Humana, United.

Cheryl Cross: 480-897-6261. EMDR, anxiety, trauma, depression.

Janet Messer: 480-449-3313. EMDR and general counseling.


Child & Family Therapy:

Marlo Archer: 480-705-5007. Children, teens, general psychology, classes for parents of children with emotional concerns.

Gus Diamond (Mesa): 480-981-6089. Child and family therapy.

Ana Gomez (Biltmore area): 602-803-1797. EMDR, scientifically grounded approaches to counseling for individuals, families, and children.

Linda Wiskerchen (Phoenix): 480-861-9624. Family & child therapy for 4-12 year olds with ADHD, anger, sadness, low self-esteem, poor social skills. Takes some insurance plans (see website for details).

Jeanne Bisson: 480-420-8717. Autism, ADHD, Social skills training, Grief & Loss, Divorce, Step-family, Depression, & Anxiety, using play therapy and cognitive behavioral techniques.

Krystina Gordon (Scottsdale): 480-463-4432. Child and adolescent therapy, couples, groups.


Hypnotherapy:

Menaj Shamsaee (Scottsdale): 480-426-8040. Hypnosis, EMDR, counseling for individuals & couples.

Sunil Sharma: Joy Hypnosis is part of Dr. Sunil Sharma’s mission to help people live confident and fulfilling lives, without fear and anger, and with a sense of inner peace. His hypnosis work complements his teachings on meditation, emotional wellbeing, and spiritual connection.

Danny Cabrera (Phoenix): 602-301-6551. Certified hypnotherapist.

Dan Short (Scottsdale): 480-329-5359. Problem-solving, solution-oriented approach or hypnosis for mood disorders, anxiety, or trauma.


Psychiatrists & Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners:

Scottsdale:

Donald J. Aubrey, MD (North Scottsdale): 480-951-2888. Open minded, good reviews. Does not take insurance.

Eric Greenman, MD (North Scottsdale): 480-551-8004. Whole-person approach, including hormone balance.

Palpu Hazel, MD (South Scottsdale): 480-949-5700. Good listener, open to homeopathic medicine, good patient reviews.

Adam Koelsch, MD, PC (North Scottsdale): 480-767-1190. Good listener, individualized approach, also does therapy. Does not take insurance.

Heidi Pence, NP (Scottsdale): (480) 949-1100. Open-minded, listens, takes time with her patients.

Robert Schulte, MD (Scottsdale): 480-451-3454. Compassionate approach to psychiatry, also does counseling. Does not take insurance.

Kevin Stahl, MD (South Scottsdale): 602-494-8105. Excellent patient feedback, open-minded. (female)

Patricia Tagle-Levy, MD (South Scottsdale): (480) 481-0858. Child & adolescent psychiatry with a whole-person approach.

Michael Yasinksi, MD (North Scottsdale): 480-253-0527. Open to homeopathic treatment, very nice and easy to talk to.

Phoenix:

Joellen Butler, NP (Ahwatukee): 480-275-4159. Very good patient reviews, often open to natural medicine.

Judi Hahn, NP (Central Phoenix): 602-357-1163. Open minded, good patient feedback.

James Hicks, MD (Central Phoenix): 602-285-9696. Good patient reviews, 30+ years experience, sometimes open to natural medicine.

James Milacek, Psy/MHNP (Central Phoenix) 602-843-0000. Good listener, open to holistic medicine.

Tempe/Southeast Valley:

Denise Lawless, NP (Tempe): 480-345-1200. Open-minded, good reviews.

Lisa Pace, NP (Gilbert): 480-471-8560. Integrative approach to psychiatric care.

West Valley:

Stephanie Brady (Phoenix - West Valley): 480-405-0213. Medication management for adults with a range of psychiatric conditions, evidence-based care with a special interest in integrative medicine.


Long-Distance Counseling & Psychiatry:

Karen Lamb (Denver area, CO): Naturopathic doctor and licensed counselor trained in advanced mindfulness skills & DBT, focusing primarily on the treatment of trauma and its physical symptoms.

Dr. Paula Bass, PhD (Fairfax, VA): 703-591-8263. Dr. Bass is a holistic and integrative psychologist who offers a comprehensive and innovative approach to empower the client to find improved health and stability.

Dr. Lizann Schloff, MD (Falls Church, Virginia): 703-356-8600. Dr. Schloff is a psychiatrist in Virginia who encourages homeopathic treatment. Dr. Schloff, Dr. Paula Bass, and Dr. Peyman have worked together to offer a successful, integrative protocol including psychological counseling, psychiatric medication management, and homeopathic medicine, to provide holistic care and better results for the patient.


Intensive Outpatient Treatment:

Psychological Counseling Services (South Scottsdale): 480-947-5739. Group therapy, individual therapy, intensive week-long outpatient programs, addictions, personality disorders, bipolar disorder, relationships.

The Meadows Outpatient Program (North Scottsdale): Focusing on dual-diagnosis (addiction + mental health disorder), trauma/PTSD, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, addictions, eating disorders. Treatment involves EMDR, somatic experiencing, cognitive behavioral therapy. Now accepting BCBS insurance.

Lifeline PCS (Chandler/Glendale/Scottsdale): Mental health intensives with DBT groups, trauma/EMDR therapy, therapy for substance abuse, and general counseling for daily life situations, couples issues, family problems. Also offering court-ordered counseling. Serving teens/adolescents and adults.


Inpatient Psychiatric Treatment Centers:

The Meadows: 866-330-1925. Holistic inpatient program in Wickenburg, AZ. Focusing on dual-diagnosis, trauma, addiction, eating disorders. Treatment involves EMDR, equine therapy, somatic experiencing, cognitive behavioral therapy, life skills, family therapy.

Valley Hospital: Conventional psychiatric treatment, but our experience is that doctors and staff at this hospital tend to be more cooperative with naturopathic doctors than other hospitals have been.


Medication Safety & Withdrawal/Tapering Resources:

Please note that Dr. Peyman does not advocate for adjusting any medications without the supervision of a licensed prescriber.

MyTavin: Do your medications deplete certain nutrients?

Harm Reduction Guide to Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs & Withdrawal: Free Download!

The Road Back Program Workbook: Advice and assistance in tapering psychiatric medications

Medication Recalls and Safety Alerts

Understanding the Side Effects of Medications


Alcohol & Drug Addiction Recovery Resources:

The Meadows: 866-330-1925. Intensive outpatient program in Scottsdale or holistic inpatient program in Wickenburg, AZ. Focusing on dual-diagnosis, trauma, addiction, eating disorders. Treatment involves EMDR, equine therapy, somatic experiencing, cognitive behavioral therapy, life skills, family therapy.

Gabrielle Annett at Invitation to Recovery: 480-508-1144. Addiction counseling, trauma treatment, life coaching.

Gigi Veasey, Alcohol Recovery Solutions (Ahwatukee): 480-496-9760. Outpatient recovery programs tailored to each individual. Some insurance coverage may apply.

Listing of Phoenix Area Addiction Recovery Centers

Alcohol Awareness Council: Alcohol recovery resources and information.

Drug Addiction Help: For immediate treatment help, call 1-877-655-5116.

Drug Rehab Information: Tools to equip patients and families with the best information, resources, and tools to overcome addiction. 1-855-342-7646.

Addiction Resource: Education and treatment to empower patients and family in overcoming addiction. 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

Addiction Guide: Compilation of National Resources

National Relapse Hotline: The 24/7 National Hotline for Relapse Prevention & Advice. 866-417-5674.


Eating Disorders Recovery Programs:

Remuda Ranch: Holistic eating disorders program, exclusively focused on eating disorders.

Recovery Village: Focus is on drug & alcohol addiction & dual diagnosis, also has an eating disorders program.


Books & Resources for Bipolar Disorder:

Break The Bipolar Cycle: A Day-by-Day Guide to Living with Bipolar Disorder, by Elizabeth Brondolo

The Bipolar Workbook: Tools for Controlling Your Mood Swings, by Monica Ramirez Basco

The Hypomanic Edge by John Gartner

The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook for Bipolar Disorder: Using DBT to Regain Control of Your Emotions and Your Life, by Sheri Van Dijk

Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder, by Julie Fast

The Bipolar Disorder Survival Guide: What You and Your Family Need to Know, by David Miklowitz

New Hope for People with Bipolar Disorder, by Jan Fawcett

Kick It With Gusto: A Practical Guide to Living Through Anxiety, Depression, and Manic Depression, by Neal David Sutz

An Unquiet Mind: A Memoir of Moods and Madness, by Kay Redfield Jamison

Bipolar Disorder: The Ultimate Guide, by Sarah Owen

Books for Depression:

Get It Done When You're Depressed, by Julie Fast

You Can Beat Depression: A Guide to Prevention & Recovery, by John Preston

The Cognitive Behavioral Workbook for Depression: A Step-by-step Program (Workbook) by William J. Knaus

Moving Beyond Depression: A Whole-Person Approach to Healing, by Gregory Jantz

Books for Anxiety & Panic Disorder:

The Anti-Anxiety Workbook, by Martin Antony

When Panic Attacks, by David Burns

The Panic Attacks Workbook: A Guided Program for Beating the Panic Trick, by David Carbonell

I Can't Get Over It: A Handbook for Trauma Survivors, by Aphrodite Matsakis

The OCD Workbook: Your Guide to Breaking Free from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Bruce M. Hyman

Books & Resources for Borderline Personality Disorder:

Skills Training Manual for Treating Borderline Personality Disorder, by Marsha M. Linehan

Stop Walking on Eggshells: Taking Your Life Back When Someone You Care About Has Borderline Personality Disorder, by Paul T. Mason

I Hate You Don't Leave Me: Understanding the Borderline Personality, by Hal Strauss

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills Workbook, by Matthew McKay

DBT Self Help: http://www.dbtselfhelp.com/index.html

Anything to Stop the Pain: Help for partners and parents of people with Borderline Personality Disorder

Book for Parenting a Child with a Mood or Behavioral Disorder:

Parenting a Child Who Has Intense Emotions: DBT Skills to Help Your Child Regulate Emotional Outbursts and Aggressive Behaviors

Books for Healthy Relationships:

The Power of Two Workbook: Communication Skills for a Strong & Loving Marriage, by Susan Heitler & Abigail Hirsch

The Dance of Anger: A Woman's Guide to Changing the Patterns of Intimate Relationships, by Harriet Lerner

Why You Do the Things You Do: The Secret to Healthy Relationships, by Tim Clinton


Other Naturopathic Doctors with a Focus in Mental Health:

Dr. Jennifer Bahr & Dr. Rachel Rozelle (San Diego, CA)

Dr. Jenn Botham (Denver, CO)

Dr. Nicole Cain (Grand Rapids, MI)

Dr. Mark Janikula and Dr. Brooke McNeal (Jacksonville, FL)

Dr. Karen Lamb (Denver, CO)


Other Health Resources & Referrals

Books with tables of calories, carbs, protein, etc. in foods

The Complete Book of Food Counts by Nutribase

Fast & EZ Calorie, Fat, Carb, Fiber, & Protein Counter by Helena Schaar, RRT

Cookbooks and Healthy Diet Books

Deliciously Vegan cookbook by Carrie Rittling, ND (available on Amazon.com)

Dr. Barnard's Program for Reversing Diabetes by Neal Barnard, MD. (for heart health, metabolic health, and weight regulation)

The Sugar Solution Cookbook by Ann Fittante, M.S., R.D.

The Good Carb Cookbook by Sandra Woodruff, R.D.

The South Beach Diet by Dr. Arthur Agatston

The Insulin Resistance Diet by Cheryle Hart

Overcoming emotional food addictions, emotional aspects of weight gain, etc.

Why Weight? by Geneen Roth

Help with making healthier choices when eating out

Eat This Not That by David Zinczenko and Matt Goulding

Eat Out, Eat Right: The Guide to Healthier Restaurant Eating by Hope S. Warshaw

Eating Out the Healthy Way by Linda Springer

Free online diet & exercise tracking & motivation programs

www.sparkpeople.com (highly recommended)

www.caloriecount.about.com

www.fitday.com

Free nutrition information with graphs and nutrition facts of thousands of foods

www.nutritiondata.com

Daily caloric needs calculator, BMI calculator, and other helpful tools

www.freedieting.com

Low glycemic index recipes

www.the-gi-diet.org/recipes/

www.lowcarbluxury.com/lowcarb-recipes.html

Allergy-free recipes and resources

www.glutenfree.com

http://www.foodallergycookbook.com/

http://www.godairyfree.org/Table/Recipes

http://www.fitnessandfreebies.com/wheatfree/

Food Allergy Symptom Checklist

http://www.betterhealthusa.com/public/department5.cfm