I believe that all people in essence want the same things - to be cared for and care for others, to be safe, and to have accomplishments and recognition from others. I don't believe that needing therapy means something is "wrong" with a person, and I think that what constitutes a problem or success can look different for each person.
I have an office in the Ahwatukee neighborhood of Phoenix, Arizona, where I see clients online and in person M-Th, from 9 AM - 4 PM (Phoenix time).
I offer secular therapy. That means I do not pray with clients, use supernatural elements in therapy, or reference religious teachings as part of therapy - I stay spiritually neutral. People from any faith practice are welcome as clients, and this includes those who reject religion or are unsure of their beliefs. Whether or not a client wants to talk about religion in therapy with me is up to them.