Haley Biehler, LMFT
I am a Tucson native. I attended the U of A for my undergrad and ASU for my masters degree. I hold an active license in Marriage and Family Therapy and am an approved clinical supervisor by the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health. I have more than 12 years of experience in the community mental health field in various direct support positions and as a Clinical Program Supervisor. The saying “it takes a village” resonates with my view of the world and is one of the reasons I chose to become a Marriage and Family Therapist. My systemic lens is present throughout my practice with clients through my belief that our influence on others, and in turn their influence on us, impacts the daily decisions we make throughout life.
I have a patient and nonjudgmental therapy approach. The majority of my experience has been working with complex family systems. By supporting my clients in building measurable treatment goals, and developing creative personalized interventions, I work towards my overall goal of fostering sustainable change with the hope of improving our community as a whole.
I am able to provide therapy both in-person and through telehealth.