Dr. Audra Horney understands the decision to seek therapy, and to meet with a new psychologist, is not always easy or comfortable. She believes it’s important for clients to feel understood in therapy, and she strives to create a supportive, nonjudgmental space for clients to be heard. Dr. Horney works collaboratively with clients to identify treatment goals, and she utilizes empirically supported treatments to help clients create meaningful change in their lives. She has a strong background in cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and emotion-focused therapies. Dr. Horney works with teens, adults, and couples, addressing concerns related to depression, anxiety, mood swings, grief/loss, eating disorders, relationship problems, and life transitions.
University of Wisconsin-Madison, B.A. Psychology, B.A. Women’s Studies
University of Oregon, Ph.D. Counseling Psychology
University of Miami, M.S.Ed. Mental Health Counseling
Doctoral Internship / Residency
Arizona State University, Doctoral Internship
Arizona State University, Postdoctoral Residency
Licensed Psychologist, State of Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners
American Psychological Association
Psychotherapy is an integrative approach to mental health treatment which is rooted in the therapeutic relationship between the therapist and client. Otherwise referred to as talk therapy, psychotherapy allows for an open, supportive dialogue focused on identifying and changing thought patterns/behaviors that may be affecting one’s mental wellness.
Marriage/couples counseling is a type of psychotherapy that can help couples of strengthen their emotional connection, recognize and resolve conflict, and improve their relationships. Counseling can help couples of any background and in every stage of their relationship, including those who are co-habitating, planning to marry, or in some cases couples who are in the process of making the decision to part ways.