Dr. Mindy Beth Lipson, PLLC
Mindy Beth Lipson, Psy.D.
Psychologist, Psychospiritual Teacher, and Mentor, Grief Informed Treatment Provider.
Credentialed by the highest standards of the National Register of Health Service Psychologists and Multiple State Licensed as a Clinical Psychologist
More than 20 years of experience in the healing professions
Unique Healing Services. Innovative Techniques for a truly transformative experience.
A holistic way to improving your health.
Welcome to the offices of Dr. Mindy Beth Lipson, PLLC.
I am here to support and guide you. My philosophy is that I learn as much from you as hopefully you gain from working with me. For being able to share in your healing journey, I am thankful. Specializing in Psychospiritual work and trauma based treatments.
Making a decision to make life changes through psychotherapy or alternative treatments is a bold, powerful choice and one way to dramatic healing. There are many ways to healing. This door, I offer, is only one of many ways to growth. We are all here in this life trying to make necessary steps to ease our soul/mind/spirit/body and to grow and change. When we are allowed by others around us to do and be the truly spectacular person we are then that love we exude ripples out to others. Sometimes though we have been crippled by others who fail to understand this precious gift of unconditional caring and sharing and believe me this can be devastating. This work will help you to see and feel that unconditional caring and hopefully the healing that is just beyond the door you choose.
With blessings, Dr. Mindy Beth Lipson
17505 N 79th Ave Suite 211A, Glendale, AZ 85308.
Currently only taking patients who reside in AZ and are 18 years of age and older. This office has a waiting list of extensive length at this time. Dr. Lipson does her best to call back when you leave a voicemail, but times can vary. Please be patient if you want to be seen.
"Compassion is the feeling of sympathy which the pain of one being awakens in another; and the higher and more human the beings are, the more keenly attuned they are to re-echo the note of suffering, which, like a voice from heaven, penetrates the heart, bringing all creatures a proof of their kinship in the universal G-d. And as for man, whose function it is to show respect and love for G-d's universe and all its creatures, his heart has been created so tender that it feels with the whole organic world… mourning even for fading flowers; so that, if nothing else, the very nature of his heart must teach him that he is required above everything to feel himself the brother of all beings, and to recognize the claim of all beings to his love and his beneficence." (Hirsch, Horeb, Chapter 17, Section 125)