It’s no secret that Arizona has a shortage of mental health providers. In fact, the United Health Foundation’s 2021 Health Rankings report shows that Arizona ranks 47th out of 50 states in number of mental health providers per capita. If you’re an Arizona resident seeking mental healthcare, this probably doesn’t surprise you.
Jenna Fash is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), Certified Divorce Mediator, and owner of Fash Counseling. Since opening her own counseling practice in 2017, her thriving business now has nine counselors on staff. Jenna’s fondness for Arizona in addition to the state’s shortage of mental health providers led Jenna to become licensed in the state of Arizona and start building a practice there.
Unlike many practices, Fash Counseling sees clients with a wide array of mental health challenges and often receives referrals from other professionals. Fash Counseling specialties include clients with:
- Personality disorders including Borderline Personality Disorder
- Dissociative disorders
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
While Fash Counseling can only offer virtual counseling at this time, we still provide the following forms of therapy:
- Child and teen therapy
- Couples counseling
- Drug and alcohol counseling
- Family counseling
- Individual therapy
One solution to Arizona’s mental healthcare access problem? Teletherapy. Virtual counseling, or teletherapy, became extremely popular during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, once clients realized the advantages and conveniences of teletherapy, many chose to continue seeing their counselor(s) remotely.
Here are just some of the reasons our clients choose teletherapy:
- Access for remote patients
If you’re interested in teletherapy, you only need three things.
- A private, quiet location
- A stable and secure internet connection
- A device capable of capturing quality video and audio
If you’re seeking a highly competent, compassionate counselor and are open to telehealth, please don’t hesitate to contact us.