Phoenix Interfaith Counseling

Phoenix Interfaith Counseling

With four locations in the Valley, Phoenix Interfaith Counseling provides psychotherapy and psychiatric services for adults, families, adolescents and children. We offer specialized services to deal with the difficult problems of suicidal and self-harming behaviors in adults and adolescents and marital and sexual therapy.

Adult Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Since 1995, Phoenix Interfaith Counseling has been a leader in effectively working with difficult to treat, suicidal, and self-harming adults using Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).

Adolescent Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Each year, almost 5,000 young people between the ages of 15 and 24 take their own lives. This age group is also more likely to engage in self-harming behaviors like cutting, burning, drug and alcohol use, risky sexual activity, and other impulsive activities. The rate of suicide for this age group has nearly tripled since 1960, making it the third leading cause of death in adolescents.

Mind Over Mood Group

Do you worry all the time, have headaches, or other aches and pain for no apparent reason? Are you tense and have trouble relaxing or keeping your mind focused on one thing at a time? Do you get crabby, grouchy, or easily irritated? If this sounds like you, you may be suffering from Generalized Anxiety Disorder, which affects more than four million Americans.

Child and Adolescent CFT (Child and Family Team)

Phoenix Interfaith Counseling in collaboration with the Southwest Network provides accessible behavioral health services designed to aid children and adolescents to achieve success in school, live with their families, avoid delinquency, and become stable and productive adults.

The Arizona Department of Health Services has adopted the Arizona Vision for providing child and adolescent services to all enrolled children and adolescents through use of the Child and Family Team practice.  The Child and Family Team (CFT) is a defined group of people that includes the child and his/her family, a behavioral health representative, and other individuals important in the child’s life who are identified and invited to participate by the child and family.  The CFT can expand and contract as necessary to be successful on behalf of the child, since the size, scope and intensity of involvement of the team members are determined by the objectives established for the child, by the strengths and needs of the family in providing for the child, and by which individuals are needed to develop an effective service plan.

Services will be tailored to the child and family and provided in the most appropriate setting, in a timely fashion, and in accordance with best practices, while respecting the child’s and family’s cultural heritage.  


Call 602.685.6000 today for more information.