Dr. Deena Hitzke
Anxiety, Depression, and Grief are common problems that can make it difficult to build healthy relationships, function at the high levels necessary for success, or maintain physical health. Psychosocial Analysis and Reminiscence Therapy can help. During the past 26 years, I have helped thousands of people to achieve personal growth by learning to increase relationship and life skills, leading to emotional balance, purpose, and joy.
ARIZONA LICENSED ASSOCIATE COUNSELOR-19587
This is a supervised private practice. It is owned and/or managed by a master's level, non-independendent licensee, under Board approved clinical supervision, pursuant to A.A.C. R4-211. The Board approved Clinical Supervisor of this Practice is:
Janet Lee O'Conner,Eds, LISAC, LPC
ATTACHMENT-FOCUSED PSYCHOSOCIAL ANALYSIS
COMPLEX/PROLONGED GRIEF TREATMENT
REFLECTIVE PRACTICE AND DISCOURSE
MA Human Resources
MA Professional Counseling
Ed.D in Transformational Leadership
Certifications: Clinical Assessment, Cognitive Processing, Reminiscence and Life Story Work, Life Cycle Celebrancy.
"Once you acquire the skills that Dr. Hitzke shares,
you will be able to face adversity with confidence,
a growth mindset, and unwavering discernment."
"Dr. Hitzke provides her patients with the tools to manage their emotional health by focusing upon discovering their core self, strengthening their relationships, and replacing painful memories with those that nurture the soul and make us whole. Once you acquire these skills, you will be able to face adversity with confidence, a growth mindset, and unwavering discernment."
"Dr. Hitzke is a reflective listener and skilled analyst. She will listen carefully and validate your feelings, affirm your strengths, and gently coach you on how to quickly calm and center yourself. If you are experiencing shame and self doubt, sensory overload, or troubles in your relationships, Dr. Hitzke can help.
"When I lost my father, Dr. Hitzke helped me to get through the stages of denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance in a way that reassured me I would find a way to become whole again. It was scary to feel so torn to pieces, not knowing how to go on without him. But, somehow she showed me that he would always be a part of my life, and that I was his legacy."
Finding Your Path
Entering a new phase of adulthood can be like getting lost in a forest, seeking the path that will lead you to a threshold into a new life.
All of the sudden, you may feel like you don't know yourself at all.
Such feelings of uncertainty and confusion about who you are signal that you are a special person, on a quest for integrity, purpose, and authenticity.
Sometimes it takes a little chaos in our lives to shake things up, forcing us to regroup and figure out what we really want and who we really want to become.
I can help you navigate this exciting journey, while removing the roadblocks along the way.
DEENA HITZKE COUNSELING, PLLC 520-390-3484
1145 N. CRAYCROFT, SUITE 101, 85712