All Crossroad’s groups have been postponed until further notice.
Biltmore-Arcadia Counseling Center
Crossroads Counseling provides counseling and therapy services for the Biltmore-Arcadia, Paradise Valley, and Phoenix area. As the newest location for Crossroads Counseling we will be providing all of the same services that our other two Valley locations have been offering since 2006 such as couple’s therapy, family therapy, and counseling for individuals.
Crossroads Counseling couple’s therapy model of choice is Emotionally Focused Couple’s Therapy, or EFT. EFT is a highly effective model for helping marriages and couple’s relationships who are struggling with issues of mistrust, hurts, communication challenges, poor conflict resolution, and connection issues. Through the process of identifying negative patterns of interaction and learning how to increase emotional awareness of both self and other couples can learn how to have effective and healing conversations with one another. Gaining access to your deepest emotions and relational needs while learning how to communicate them to your spouse or partner creates what couple’s therapists call “bonding moments.” These bonding moments are times of being seen and heard by the person who matters the most which becomes a safe baseline for the couple to take on other key challenges in their relationship or marriage with greater confidence and success.
Our Biltmore-Arcadia Counseling Center also offers counseling for grief and loss, depression, anxiety, trauma. If you have ever experienced either one of these you know just how devastating and debilitating they can be. You don’t have to suffer alone. Our therapists are compassionate and well qualified in helping people overcome depression, anxiety, and trauma. We offer services such as EMDR for trauma and PTSD along with Client-Centered approaches, CBT, and other evidenced based models.
Family, child, and teen counseling services at the Biltmore-Arcadia for children ages 6 and up is available. If you are a parent you know how difficult as well as rewarding the job is. Crossroads Counseling offers play therapy and sand tray therapy for children who are dealing with issues such as grief, loss, behavioral challenges, and who need help with emotion regulation. We offer teen counseling for all of the challenges teen face today. Family counseling focusing on treating the whole family is also available. This is ideal for families who are struggling with getting along and finding a good, healthy balance between bonding and boundaries.
The C.A.R.E. or Christian Affair Recovery Experts is also offered at this Phoenix office. This program is specifically designed for Christian married couples who are experiencing the devastating impact of an affair on their marriage. Feelings of betrayal, anger, hurt, sadness, guilt, shame, and even relief are all common for couples who have experienced an affair. Working with a C.A.R.E. therapist who can guide you through the process of rebuilding trust, healing broken bonds, and safeguarding your marriage is essential to the recovery process. In addition to C.A.R.E., the Biltmore-Arcadia office also offers traditional Christian counseling and therapy services for those who desire integration of faith and psychology.
Crossroads Counseling’s Biltmore-Arcadia Counseling Center is located at 2211 East Highland Ave. Suite 240 Phoenix, 85016. This location serves Phoenix, Biltmore, Arcadia, Paradise Valley and the surrounding areas. Crossroad’s therapists who are available to see clients at our Biltmore-Arcadia office are:
If you are ready to get help please do not hesitate to call us. We offer a complementary 20 minute phone consultation with one of our therapists to answer your questions and to discuss the process with you. The Biltmore-Arcadia office also serves Phoenix and Paradise Valley. Call us at 623-680-3486, text us at 623-688-5115 or email email@example.com to speak with a Phoenix counselor today. We offer a complementary 20 minute phone consultation.
At this time we respectfully ask that masks be worn in our offices. You may speak to your counselor directly regarding potential exceptions to this policy. Thank you.