Glenda Roberts HenmanLPC

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In Mountain Time

What impact did the scope and/or focus of your education have on your current work as a therapist?

My graduate training focused on Client-Centered Therapy. Over the years I have studied and use many additional therapeutic approaches and I believe the core components of genuineness, empathy and unconditional positive regard with clients are at the core of the work.

What’s the most profound, insightful, or interesting thing you’ve learned as a mental health professional?

I have been privileged over the past several years to study with the Neurosequential Network and learn about brain development and the impact of trauma on the developing brain. I find understanding how the brain develops, learns, communicates and is impacted by early attachment and trauma can help us to understand ourselves and most importantly the role healthy relationships play in healing.

In what ways do your life philosophy and treatment philosophy overlap?

I believe we are all doing our best at any moment with the skills we are able to access. When we learn new skills and feel supported to use them we can make the changes we desire.


Adolescent mental health

Attachment issues

Child mental health

Parenting issues


General Expertise



Abuse/Survivors of abuse

Adolescent mental health

Attachment issues

Child mental health

Parenting issues




First Session


Family Therapy


Group Therapy


Individual Therapy

Types of Therapy

Family Session

Individual Session

Group Session


Young Adults (18-24)

Adults (25-65)

Children (5-12)

Adolescents (13-17)

Treatment Approaches / Modalities

Mindfulness Practices

Strength Based Therapy

Attachment-Based Therapy

Person-Centered Therapy

Play Therapy

Training / Certifications

Infant Family Specialist


AZ, LPC, LPC-17954

LA, LPC, 2316


Master of Arts Counseling and Guidance

Bachelor of Arts Psychology

Work History

I have been privileged to serve and learn from a variety of populations through my career. I have worked in community behavioral health agencies, groups homes, and designed and managed mental health supports for children and mothers escaping domestic violence. Over the past several years I have had the fortune to work with the Birth to Five population to support families and caregivers in providing nurturing and responsive relationships essential for developing mental health. I have continued this work in a public school setting supporting the social emotional and mental health needs of elementary children and their teachers.


4035 East Osborn Road, PHOENIX, 85018