Dr. Audra Horney utilizes a collaborative approach to counseling, incorporating evidence-based treatments and client input to facilitate growth and well-being. She has a strong background in interpersonal and emotion-focused therapies, supplemented by cognitive-behavioral and dialectical-behavior therapy skills and interventions. Dr. Horney has extensive experience working with children, adolescents, and adults, addressing concerns related to anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, grief, disordered eating and body image concerns, relationship problems, and life transitions. Dr. Horney values the importance of the therapeutic relationship, and she strives to create a supportive, non-judgmental space within which clients can identify and achieve individualized goals.
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.
Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy that incorporates the clinical expertise of a trained psychologist and input from individuals experiencing similar, targeted life events, mental health conditions and other concerns into the therapeutic process. Group therapy may be used to address relationship issues, anxiety, depression, trauma, problems with self-efficacy or self-esteem and/or grief.