Growing Edges For the Client

Client Forms
If you have made your first appointment, please find the appropriate forms on the above link as was indicated to you by your therapist.

The client is recognized as the agent of change; the therapist is a facilitator of the client's work.

Additional Resources:

International Institute for Humanistic Studies:

Arizona Psychological Association:

American Psychological Association:

National Infertility Association:

American Society for Reproductive Medicine:

American Psychological Associtaion's Help Center:
The American Psychological Association publishes this site to help individuals better understand whatever psychological issues they may face.
At Health:
Includes information on specific disorders and articles written by a wide variety of professionals.
Provides a searachable drug and herb database--written in plain English and explains what each medication is used for, how it works, common side effects and interaction, how it should be taken, etc.
National Institute of Mental Health
A resource on a wide varity of disorders, including symptoms, treatments, and resources.
National Mental Health Association
A rich source of consumer information. Its fact sheets cover disorders and explain how mental health illness affects specific groups.
Psych. Central
Offers hundreds of articles on mental health issues, symptoms, and treatments, as well as a drug database.

Dr. Swartout works on an individual and group basis with adults and coupless. Her areas of expertise include:

Individual, family, and group therapy sessions are available. Don't wait to begin the healing process. Contact us today for a free confidential consultation.

We accept Mastercard, Visa & most insurance plans.

Not sure if you need a therapist? Please visit our Basic Information and Downloads section for downloadable newsletters on things you may want to consider if you are seeking help for yourself or a loved one.

Want to know if our approach is right for you? Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions section for a brief outline of the types of therapy that are available.

Or, feel free to contact us at any time.





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