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Grace Fitzgerald, LAC-T
Phone: 480-630-3521

Grace has a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree from the University of Mary, and is under the clinical supervision of Michelle Goodwill, LPC. Grace graduated from Arizona State University in 2022 with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry with a focus in Psychology. While obtaining her bachelors, Grace worked as a volunteer sidewalk counselor at a crisis pregnancy center, and she is passionate about continuing to help mothers in need of support.


Grace currently works individually with adults of all ages. Grace believes that every human was made to flourish and possesses dignity. Grace desires to help people experience true healing and freedom from their wounds and believes everyone can be restored to wholeness. Her approach to counseling is based on person-centered, attachment-based, cognitive behavioral, and meaning-centered theories, and is informed by Internal Family Systems and Emotionally Focused Therapy modalities.


Grace has had the privilege of working with counselors that provide trauma-informed care including Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) and Internal Family Systems (IFS). She is currently obtaining specialized training in the Catholic-Christian Meta Model of the Person in order to provide an integrated approach to counseling with the goal of healing the whole person.


    Stephanie Wogomon, LCSW


    Phone: 480-207-8503

    Are you, or your child, experiencing difficulties with adjustment to experiences such as trauma, grief or loss? Do you or your child experience excessive worry and unexplained physical ailments?  Does your child experience separation anxiety, issues forming close relationships or not doing well at school?  Do you need support, skills and encouragement to help yourself and/or your child? There is hope!

    My name is Stephanie and I am a Clinical Social Worker, with experience working with adults, families, and children for many years. I have been trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and have a certificate in Play Therapy.

    I know the struggles are real!  How hard it can be to see our children struggle and not know how to help them, and to manage life's complex difficulties yourself!  I am here to help you and your family find balance and peace!.  Let’s take these next steps together to figure it all out and find solutions! 

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    Michelle Goodwill, LPC
    Phone: 623-866-7602

    In 2016, after a fruitful 27-year business career in the insurance field, I completed a Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling at the University of Phoenix, and began work that allows me to spend my days engaged in authentic human encounters.  I help couples find connection, and trauma survivors to find peace in the present.  I am incredibly blessed as couples and individuals allow me into the most significant parts of their lives in order to find healing. 


    I am a client centered therapist, trained in couple's therapy and trauma intervention.  As a client-centered therapist I work to provide an environment where clients experience unconditional positive regard, feel deeply heard and understood, and move toward a more congruent experience of themselves – “To be that self which one truly is” (Soren Kierkegaard, 19th century philosopher).   


    I am trained in various therapeutic approaches, but primarily use EMDR for trauma and anxiety, and EFCT for work with couples. I have identified these as client-centered at their core - respecting individuals, their experiences, and their process of thought and emotion.  Given the proper environment people do find their own unique answers, and this is a beautiful process that I have the privilege to witness.

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      Saint Raphael Counseling

      A Powerful Archangel to Intercede

      Michelle began Saint Raphael Counseling in May 2019, with the goal of creating a counseling service that not only implemented the values of client-centered counseling principles, but which was also grounded with a spiritual compass based in Catholic Christianity.  I wanted to be able to transparently draw from this beautiful and ancient tradition and that of 12-step spirituality, truths that are also evident and supported by research in the secular world.  Endeavoring always, not to impose my values and beliefs onto clients, whether Catholic, non-Catholic, or non-Christian; and whether sober or not sober.


      I chose the name, Saint Raphael Counseling, because of Saint Raphael’s role in the Book of Tobit in the Old Testament.  He is also powerful as one of the 3 archangels – Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael, who stand before the throne of God.  The Archangel Raphael is an intercessor to prayer, in the life of Tobit, his son Tobias, and Sarah (who becomes Tobit’s daughter-in-law and Tobias’ wife).  Saint Raphael provides protection, wise counsel, and healing to these three individuals in this beautiful biblical story.  He is the perfect patron saint for a counseling office.

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