It is vital that you feel comfortable with a counselor.

Therapy is a collaborative effort between two people. I can offer guidance and options, but I rely heavily on what my clients bring with them to each session. With dedication, willingness, and an open and accepting mind, a client has an opportunity to change his or her life for the better

Carrie Crump, LPC

B.A, Psychology and Human Services M.A Master of Arts in Professional Counseling

Carrie Crump is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Arizona. Carrie is a collaborative, client-centered therapist with over 7 years of mental and behavioral health experience, which she utilizes to create a safe and open environment for clients to address their concerns and challenges. She strives to help individuals, couples and families overcome personal and relational obstacles, take emotional risks, and build healthy and meaningful relationships moving forward. 

After graduating summa cum laude from Ottawa University with a BA in Psychology and minor in Human Services, Carrie earned her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling at Ottawa University and completed her post-graduate clinical work for a well established behavioral health agency. Prior to private practice, Carrie has over seven years of experiences with diverse populations through homeless, adoption/foster care, and family programs. She actively participates in ongoing evidence-based training and value life-long community volunteering. 

Carrie provides clinical supervision for associate-level therapists working toward independent licensure as Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC). 


My Approach


I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, and specialize in trauma therapy, childhood trauma, play therapy,Solution Focused therapy, Rational emotive Behavior therapy (REBT) and cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT).

I’ve worked with children, adults, adolescents, families, and couples to manage issues such as anxiety and worry, depression, low self-esteem, relationship difficulties, oppositional and defiant behaviors, self-harm, abuse and trauma, loss and grief, addiction, and life transitions to name a few. I believe in the human capacity for resiliency and change.