Buffy T. Wooten, Ph.D.
Gina Lang, Ph.D.
LaQuita Dorsey, LAC
Pam Barnes-Palty, Psy.D.
Toni Ford, LAC
Stephanie Salisbury, Psy.D.
We believe emotional healing is absolutely possible, dialectics are central, and collaboration is necessary, beneficial, and fruitful.
LaQuita Dorsey, LAC
LaQuita Dorsey is a Grand Canyon University Graduate with a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling, and a Licensed Associate Counselor. Her passion is understanding and helping people. She is blessed to have gained the experience, skills, and knowledge to serve people in a mental health capacity.
“I’ve worked in community mental health for over 20 years as a direct care worker, and a case manager for individuals having a wide spectrum of diagnoses, as well as serving as a victim advocate for homicide cases. In this work I was known as the voice of reason for people who felt broken. Now, I work with primarily adult populations. I utilize a dialectical framework and the strength of our relationship as well as proven techniques to address presenting concerns. I am motivated to help people make the necessary life changes that sometimes we can’t do alone. I’m passionate about working with issues related to anxiety and depression as well as concerns such as grief, disruptive behaviors, self-esteem, communication, and parenting skills. As a result of my clinical experience, I am also skilled in approaching problems such as marriage/divorce, domestic violence, family conflict, life transitions, those facing legal issues, and individuals wanting to change generational patterns. My strategy is to help clients identify their goals, address barriers, and develop individualized plans and create personalized steps to accomplish those goals.
A little bit about me, I love to travel, born in Michigan, and spent a few years residing in Tennessee. I’ve resided in Arizona for the past 12 years and even after I hit the lottery and win millions of dollars, I will still look forward to working with you!