Our Counselors

Deena Stewart-Hitzke – Will be down every other week for one on one and group therapy.  

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 Provide free counseling for Healing Hands of Arizona

Master of Arts (M.A.), ClinicalCounseling and Applied Psychology

DESCRIPTION OF SOME SERVICES OFFERED/AREAS OF SPECIALTY

  • Coordinate counseling, case management, and advocacy services for adults, 55 and older, related to a history of abuse, neglect, or exploitation in their lives or in the lives of their loved ones.
  • Generate grant and philanthropic funding to expand the provision of services for marginalized older adults, in collaboration with and support of other providers.
  • Foster resiliency, independence, hope, and healing by implementing counseling for empowerment and best practice advocacy models.
  • Work closely with The Atty. General’s office, law enforcement, prosecuting attorney’s offices, victim advocates, the court systems, and multiple nonprofit organizations to develop a coordinated multi-systems community response to the legal, housing, nutritional, medical, emotional, and transportation needs of crime victims, regardless of their desire to pursue justice.
  • Assist crime victims in preparing for court emotionally , accompanying them to both criminal and civil proceedings, and helping them to navigate various Government, court, religious, nonprofit, and corporate institutions.
  • Facilitate support groups to mobilize survivors toward collective action in challenging the status quo, anonymously sharing their experience, strength, and hope.
  • Honor the expertise of survivors by engaging them in the processes of brainstorming resolutions to widespread isolation, experiences of discrimination, and other social and political factors contributing to their vulnerability for abuse, enhancing the protective capacity of older adults through the development of their own initiatives, natural supports, and safety planning.
  • Coordinate professional training for educators, therapists, and public administrators, resulting in survey research that shows enhancements in productivity, quality, and organizational culture.
  • Construct evidence-based practice guides and workbooks, resulting in the increased use of effective interventions and teaching methods.
  • Develop initiatives and grant proposals for the advancement of public education and higher education accessibility, resulting in an increased enrollment and successful completion of coursework.

 

Faye Hoese – Call to make an appointment, (520) 468-6758 mention you found her on Healing Hands of Arizona.

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Provide counseling for children, adolescents, adults, families, couples.

DESCRIPTION OF SOME SERVICES OFFERED/AREAS OF SPECIALTY

  • SPECIALTY AREAS
  1. Children (ages two – eighteen years)
  2. Emotionally Disabled (school special education diagnosis)
  3. Asperger’s Syndrome – skills for school/social success
  4. Behaviorally Challenged
  5. ADHD
  6. School/legal issues including adolescent probation
  7. Victims of Abuse/Neglect
  8. Coping with family transition to include but not limited to:
  9. CPS involvement – removal/reunification/severance
  10. Multiple foster/family placements
  11. Parents in prison – incarceration & release
  12. Parents in military service including combat zones – deployment & return
  13. Divorce
  14. Parents/Families
  15. Parent/child conflict
  16. Parenting & advocating in school for children w/ADHD; Asperger’s; ED; behaviorally
  17. challenged; other special needs
  18. Parenting through transition including but not limited to:
  19. CPS involvement- removal/reunification/severance
  20. Military service including combat zones – deployment & return
  21. Incarceration & release
  22. Divorce
  23. Perpetrators of child abuse/neglect w/ or w/o CPS/legal involvement
  24. Other family member perpetrators of child abuse w/ or w/o CPS/legal involvement
  25. Grief/Loss
  26. Parents/families
  27. Death/disability/chronic/acute illness of child
  28. Loss related to family transition noted above
  29. Children
  30. Death of parent/sibling/close friend/classmate
  31. Loss related to family transition noted above
  32. Disability due to injury
  33. Chronic/acute serious illness
  34. Crisis Assessment/Intervention including but not limited to:
  35. Emergency Room assessment
  36. Suicide prevention/postvention
  37. School/community/familial violence/death/major disruption
  • OTHER COUNSELING SERVICES

Domestic Violence including assessment of risk
General child/family/adult counseling including but not limited to depression & anxiety disorders

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