The Arizona Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic welcomes individuals, couples, and families of all lifestyles and stages of their relationship to be part of therapy services. We work not only with married couples but with dating and cohabitating couples, same-sex couples, divorced or separated couples, newlyweds, those considering or preparing for marriage, as well as those never intending to marry. We work with couples in crisis but also with those looking for a “tune-up” to make small relational improvements or a “check-up” to maintain the quality and health of their relationship. We also work with those who currently have no relational concerns but who are preparing for the next step in their relationship, whether it be marriage, cohabitation, starting a family together, preparing for an “empty nest,” or any other relational transition. At the Arizona MFT Clinic, we believe it is never too early or too late to work on your relationship and that people of all walks of life deserve access to affordable, high quality relational care.
Finding the best fit in a therapist is crucial. Our team at the Arizona Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic includes several male and female clinical therapists and we strive to help find the best match for you.
Dr. Karissa Greving Mehall is the Clinical Director at the Arizona Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic. She believes it is a privilege to be a clinical therapist and work collaboratively with individuals, couples, children and families for 15+ years. She is a Clinical Assistant Professor and the Co-Director for the Masters of Advanced Studies in Marriage and Family Therapy Program (designed to train practitioners who desire to practice Marriage and Family Therapy) at Arizona State University for the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics. Dr. Mehall trains and supervises clinical therapists, and she has presented information on children, couples, and families at local, national and international workshops and conferences. Dr. Mehall served as the President-Elect and President (2008-2012) for the Arizona Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Patricia Dobratz is the Director of Operations and Client Services at the Arizona Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic. She’s dedicated to the mission of providing affordable services to individuals, couples, and families, while training quality clinicians and supporting other professionals. Patricia has significant experience providing therapy services and training clinicians. She has developed and facilitated group workshops and therapy focused on grandparents raising grandchildren, strengthening relationships, communication, stress management, and grief and loss in the LGBTQ community. She is also trained in facilitating the premarital inventory, FOCCUS. Patricia also provides clinical supervision and has facilitated several trainings and workshops for fellow professionals regarding domestic violence, time management, clinical supervision, and compassion fatigue. She has also taught undergraduate and graduate courses at ASU. Patricia has a diverse background in psychology, education, law, and marriage and family therapy. She has served as the Ombudsman for the Arizona Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, as well as the contributor coordinator for the Spring Conference Committee. Patricia has also served on the Board of Behavioral Health Examiners, most recently as Chairperson. She is dedicated to the field of Marriage and Family Therapy and feels privileged to work closely with colleagues in a variety of settings, as well as to be able to assist individuals, couples, and families through life’s challenges.
Ashley Snider is a Clinical Supervisor and Coordinator for the Arizona Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic, and has been working with individuals, couples and families for 10 years. Ashley has a background in family and human development, and spent the first half of her clinical career working in outpatient behavioral health care with children and families. She was also the Clinical Supervisor over two behavioral health sites before joining the clinic full time. Ashley has presented at local conferences on grief and loss, and is an adjunct faculty member at Arizona State University for the Master's of Marriage and Family Therapy Program. Ashley currently trains and supervises our associate clinicians and graduate intern therapists.
The Arizona Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic is operated by Master-and PhD-Level therapists. We are a team comprised of Clinical Supervisors, Independent, Associate and Intern Clinical Therapists providing therapy services at 3 locations. Associate and Intern clinical therapists are supervised by Licensed Marriage and Family therapists.
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