Dr. Robin Potter
Robin Potter (PsyD) is a licensed psychologist in private practice in the state of Arizona. She received her bachelor’s degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and worked as a flight instructor for a number of years. In an effort to be of service to others, she went on to receive her masters and doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from the Arizona School of Professional Psychology.
She worked at the Phoenix Vet Center for eight years with combat veterans, military sexual trauma and family members suffering traumatic loss of a soldier. She has experience working with individuals, couples and intensive psychotherapy groups. Robin is an associate professor for ASU, Argosy University and Midwestern University, providing supervision for doctoral students.
She is certified in Cognitive Processing Therapy , Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy , EMDR and she completed the intermediate portion of training for Somatic Experiencing . Dr. Potter is skilled in EMDR 2.0, a new method of EMDR that utilizes the blend of exposure and working memory taxation to reduce the intensity of traumatic memories. The mix of therapeutic tactics is very effective, often requiring fewer sessions to achieve success. Dr. Potter is also a certified Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy supervisor.
Additionally Dr. Potter has experienced great success with, and thus incorporates, mindfulness and meditation practice into much of her work with clients. Working with a therapist starts the healing process while mindfulness and meditation truly fortifies the benefits of that counseling beyond the office.
Dr. Potter does not accept any insurance and her rate is $225.00/hr.
Dr. Sandra Lee
Life means change, sometimes challenging how we relate to ourselves, others, and to the world. Thankfully, a prompt comes from within to explore the need to change old patterns of thoughts, feelings, behaviors, or beliefs that keep us from growing toward the lives we want to create. Inner wisdom sometimes prompts us to seek a compassionate companion on this journey of self-exploration and new relational perspectives.
I hold a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, and have training in EMDR, ACT, CBT, DBT, Mindfulness, Meditation, and Somatic Experiencing. With advanced training in Emotionally Focused Therapy, I offer couples the opportunity to explore the deeper needs beneath their negative cycles and experience the healing heart connection they desire. As a licensed MFT, I have over 14 years of experience helping individuals and couples grow past outworn constrictions into greater freedom and connection.
I believe compassionate witnessing of our painful experience is vital to developing the trust in oneself and others that leads to growth. You will find me a compassionate listener, open to all philosophical and spiritual orientations and aspects of diversity. Together we can discover your inner wisdom and unique path to greater joy.
Dr. Sandra Lee does not accept insurance. Her rate is $200/hr. She can be reached directly at 602-529-1955 AZ LMFT - 15658.
Hannah Kennedy, MA, LAC
I work from a trauma-informed perspective in the broadest sense. Trauma is not just the big, obvious events that happen to us. It is also the small, but pervasive, experiences that teach us about who we are, where we belong, and what we deserve. The way that we cope with these experiences often involves minimizing them.
I utilize EMDR, IFS parts work, and a range of other techniques to allow clients to gain an awareness of their past experiences and what they are still carrying with them into the present. This often involves going back to their childhood and family of origin. My hope is to get to the root of the client’s issues and strengthen the client’s empathy for self. I find that it becomes easier for clients to make behavioral and relational changes and build the life they want once they feel that they are worthy and deserving.
I understand that just the thought of coming to therapy can be daunting, which is why I aim to move at a pace that allows the client to feel safe and supported. I also see value in doing positive work that focuses on strengthening what’s already good and celebrating what has improved. I welcome clients’ feedback and collaboration.
Before becoming a therapist, I spent five years working with children in an inpatient psychiatric unit. I completed my Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Northern Arizona University and worked as an intern therapist at Psychological Counseling Services.
As a Licensed Associate Counselor, I practice under the supervision of Dr. Robin Potter and Eve Knadjian, LPC at Biltmore Psychological Services located in Phoenix. My rate per hour is $125 and I do not accept insurance. Please call (602) 840-4962 to schedule with me.
Eve Knadjian, LPC
Eve believes that intense emotional experiences, such as: depression, anxiety, anger, and shame are often manifestations of significant or traumatic life events. Eve enjoys working collaboratively with her clients to first, identify root causes of their distress, and then, empower them in finding wellness and healing. She aims to personalize her approach with each client in order to help her clients cultivate the life they want to live and achieve their goals.
Eve earned both of her degrees, a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Master of Counseling, from Arizona State University. She specializes in working with adult individuals and couples, utilizing various therapeutic approaches, such as: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), as well as Emotion Focused Individual Therapy (EFiT).
Taking the step to enter counseling is not always an easy one. Eve feels that it is a privilege to be alongside her clients as their counseling experience unfolds. Clients will be welcomed with warmth, respect, humor, and encouragement!
Eve does not accept insurance. Her rate is $150/hr. She can be contacted directly at 480.420.7161
Beth Rosenberg, MA
My goal as a counselor is to uplift those who are struggling. My work focuses on affirmative therapy for all individuals regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion, socioeconomic status, or culture. As a queer woman, I have significant work with LGBTQIA+ individuals and those working to support other such members as allies in both parental and friendship relationships.
Much of my work has revolved around depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship struggles (romantic, friendship, and/or familial), body image, self esteem, career counseling, and sexual and gender minority concerns.My work focuses on Mindfulness through a Feminist, Multicultural, and Person Centered approach. I tend to take an intersectional approach when working with clients. This means, particularly when working with those with trauma, I will pull from the theory that I believe would work best for my clients. This includes using skills from CBT, DBT, ACT, EFT, Adlerian, and mindfulness. I also conduct Emotionally Focused Therapy with couples and strive to be a safe space for all couples, especially those who are members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
I am currently a doctoral candidate, working under the supervision of Dr. Robin Potter, a Licensed Psychologist.
My rate is $80.00/hr and I do not accept insurance. To schedule with Beth, please call: 602.840.4962
Bri French, B.S.
My name is Bri French, and I am a third-year doctoral student in clinical psychology at Northern Arizona University. Prior to my graduate studies, I received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Arizona State University. I have a passion for working with adults, couples, and adolescents who are experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, or relationship difficulties. I also have experience working with individuals in substance use recovery, sex addiction, and compulsive sexual behaviors.
My goal is to support you as we work together to attain your goals in a space where you can be truly seen. I strive to foster a safe, supportive, and affirming space for all, especially individuals of the LGBTQIA+ community. Through our work together I aspire for you to gain a deeper knowledge of yourself so that you can grow to be the most healthy, vibrant, and authentic you.
I have received additional training in Internal Family Systems, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Emotion-Focused Therapy for couples and individuals. As a student, I am working under the supervision of Robin Potter, PsyD. My rate is $80 per hour, and I do not accept insurance. Please call: (602) 840-4962 to schedule with me.
brady klapman, b.a.
My name is Brady Klapman and I am student at Midwestern University in Glendale, AZ, pursuing my doctorate in Clinical Psychology. I received my Bachelor’s degree from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.
I enjoy working with couples, adolescents, and adults, and I take a warm, person-centered approach to therapy. I believe that building a strong therapeutic relationship is crucial, so I strive to create an environment that is accepting and judgement-free for every client. I offer a variety of therapeutic approaches, including Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT). I work with a wide variety of individuals, including those experiencing challenging life transitions, interpersonal conflict, relationship difficulties, anxiety, and loss.
As a therapist, I meet every client with openness and compassion. My goal is to serve as a guide for each individual as they navigate their own unique journey, and provide them with tools to aid in their healing.
I am currently a doctoral candidate, working under the supervision of Dr. Robin Potter, a Licensed Psychologist. My rate per hour is $80.00, and I do not accept insurance. Please call: (602) 840-4962 to schedule with me.
Marcia Doran offers an extensive understanding of school psychology including the evaluation process within the K-12 education and systems within schools to help kids learn. She worked in Arizona public schools for 12 years, and she has a vast appreciation for the work done within schools to support kids. Marcia is a Midwest girl at heart. She completed her undergraduate degree at Northern Illinois University (NIU) as a Huskie swimmer. She then graduated with a Master’s degree and Educational Specialist’s degree in School Psychology from the University of Wisconsin - Stout.
Marcia made the journey out west to complete her internship in school psychology and has fallen in love with the Phoenix area. She worked for a few years in the Deer Valley Unified School District, and later with Phoenix Union High School District (PXU). Marcia had the privilege of being the Lead School Psychologist for PXU and was able to work with an extraordinary group of school psychologists.
Please contact Marcia Doran directly at: 602-649-2960
CHLOE BARNES, B.S.
My name is Chloe Barnes and I am the Client Care Coordinator for Biltmore Psychology Services. I graduated from Northern Arizona University with a degree in Elementary and Special Education. After 4 years in the classroom, I have taken some time away from teaching and am so excited to be a part of this wonderful practice. I look forward to speaking with you and hopefully finding you a great fit with one of our amazing therapists.
Please call: (602) 840-4962 to speak to me regarding scheduling, or other questions/concerns you have.