We respect your privacy and toward that purpose, maintain our website by the following principles:
You do not need to disclose personal information to use the Psychotherapy.Com web site. No such information is obtained about you unless you choose to submit it to us. For example, if you email us your comments, you are identified by your email address. If you request an appointment with a therapist, a limited number of administrators and health care providers will see this information and use it to arrange care where appropriate. Individuals who access this information do so as a part of their specific job responsibility and do so only for the purposes of treatment, payment or health care operations.
We have made reasonable efforts to ensure that the information you may provide is confidential and not personally identifiable. You should understand, however, that we cannot guarantee that electronic transmissions via the internet are 100% secure from interception, and thus we cannot guarantee the security and confidentiality of this information.
The web server used by Psychotherapy.Com collects and saves the default information customarily logged by World Wide Web server software. Our logs contain the following information for each request: date and time, originating IP address and domain name (the unique address assigned to your internet service provider’s computer that connects to the internet), objecty requested (meaning which pages wer viewed), and completion status of the request (how many total pages were viewed). We use these logs to help improve our service by evaluating the “traffic” to our site in terms of number of unique visitors, level of demand, most popular page requests, and types of errors. These logs may be kept for and indefinite amount of time, used at any time and in any way necessary to prevent security breaches and to ensure the integrity of the data on our servers.
Except for authorized law enforcement investigations or other valid legal processes, we will not share any confidential information we receive with any parties outside of the Arizona Behavioral Health Associates, P.C. or its affiliated organizations such as Psychotherapy.Com
THIS LEGAL NOTICE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Who do we see? Every day people with everyday problems. Anyone with a desire to make changes in their life and in the lives of others.
Why do people come to us?
Personal Growth and Enrichment
Anxiety, Stress or Hypertension
Chronic Pain or Headaches
Traumatic Brain Injury
Problems at Work
Grief and Loss
How do we help? We provide a safe, caring and confidential environment to discuss your problems. We guide you to developing long term coping strategies; we do not offer a ‘quick fix’ for problems.
How does someone get help? The first step is to let someone know you want help. If you are considering making changes, contact the Arizona Behavioral Health Associates at (928) 774-7997 to set up a free, confidential appointment.
Credit Cards: We accept all major credit and debit cards and offer sliding scale fees. Appointments are available during normal business hours. Evening, Weekend, and Early Morning Appointments are sometimes available for established clients.