Joanna Jablonski, Psy.D.

American Psychological Association (APA) - member

Arizona Psychological Association (AzPA) - member

EMDR International Association (EMDRIA) - member

Polish American Congress - Arizona Division - Vice President (2015-2017)

Not My Kid Inc. - Professional Advisory Committee Member

Dr. Joanna Jablonski holds a doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology. She completed her doctoral internship and post-doctoral residency at Southwest Behavioral and Health Services in Phoenix. Following, she worked as a Clinical Director for a large behavioral health agency where she engaged in training and supervision of doctoral students as well as clinically overseeing multiple treatment facilities. In the most recent years, she held a position as a Director of Clinical Training and Assistant Professor of Behavioral Medicine at Midwestern University. Recently, Dr. Jablonski decided to focus solely on her independent practice.   

"To love means to be actively concerned for the life and the growth of another." - Irvin Yalom


​She provides individual, couples, and family psychotherapy. Her current areas of specialty include anxiety and mood disorders, addictions, stress/anger management, trauma, and relationship issues. Her research interests are in culture-fair assessment and treatment, PTSD , and health psychology.

Dr. Jablonski treats each patient as a unique individual and personalizes therapeutic treatment plan to meet his/her needs. She works from a strength based, client directed approach while utilizing person-centered, cognitive-behavioral, and experiential techniques. She also practices motivational interviewing and mindfulness-based methods.

Dr. Jablonski may use Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) psychotherapy with patients who have experienced trauma and/or have been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.

​Dr. Jablonski is fluent in both English and Polish languages.

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It's not what wrong with you, but what's right with you that matters most.

Clinical Psychologist

It is not what's wrong with you, but what's right with you that matters most.