Joanne W. Gallagher, PhD | Psychologist
Joanne Gallagher, Ph.D. has practiced exclusively in the Phoenix area since receiving her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Arizona in 1979. Her practice includes adults, couples, and children. She has a particular interest in childhood behavior and adjustment problems
Melanie R. Schockett, PhD| Psychologist
Melanie Schockett, Ph.D. has been providing services to adults, adolescents and couples for more than 25 years. Her areas of interest include depression, grief, trauma, EMDR, life transitions, codependency, addiction recovery, fertility issues, eating disorders, women’s issues, and most recently intimacy issues in midlife.
Norine Smiley, PhD | Psychologist
Norine Smiley, Ph.D.provides therapy to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Her areas of expertise include relationship, family, and parenting issues, life transitions, childhood behavior and adjustment problems, Attention Deficit Disorder, anxiety, stress managment, and depression among others. Norine received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of California at Los Angeles. She then went on to receive her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Southern California. She completed her internship program at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center and her Post-Doctoral Residency at the Phoenix Indian Medical Center. Since 2004, she has worked exclusively in a private practice setting. She believes the therapeutic relationship is critical to the therapeutic process and values human dignity helping to foster a safe, trusting, and mutually respectful environment. She has experience working with culturally diverse groups. Norine was trained mainly in cognitive -behavioral therapy and has been exposed to many other therapeutic orientations and considers herself more eclectic in her style. She draws from a variety of therapeutcic orientations and tools to help each client based on the client's specific needs. Norine takes a holistic approach with each client. A treatment plan is tailored specifically to the client's particular needs and desired outcomes with treatment goals monitored during the therapeutic process. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Arizona Psychological Association. She sees private pay as well as insurance referred clients.
Harvey Shubert, PhD | Psychologist
Harvey Shubert, PhD has been in clinical practice in both private practice and ad program-based care for over 30 years, working with adolescents, children, adults, families and couples. He received his doctorate degree from the Clinical Psychology Program at the University of Maryland in 1980. In addition to private practice since 1981, he was a staff psychologist at an intensive adolescent treatment program for 30 years. Post doctorate training included externships in Family Therapy and in Analytic Group Psychotherapy at the Washington School of Psychiatry. His approach to working with clients is eclectic and includes Cognitive Behavioral, Solution Focused, Anxiety reduction, and Family Structural techniques. Specialty areas include adolescents, childhood behavior and adjsutment issues and attention deficit. With adults Dr Shubert works with issues of anxiety, mood disorders, chemical dependency, and relationship issues.