counseling and psychiatric services for adolescents and young adults
Jan Hamilton, MS, PMHNP, 
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Doorways LLC.


 1825 E. Northern Ave. 

Suite 200

Phoenix, AZ 85020

 

(602) 997-2880  

 

A Note from Jan
Founder of Doorways 

Happy New Year!!

 

Just a quick note to introduce you to our newest team member, and to tell you about our new Young Adult OCD IOP. It's the only one in the whole state of Arizona and we're very excited!! Read more about it below.

Dr. David Wall

Introducing Dr. David Wall.

 

Dr. Wall is a Licensed Psychologist with a Ph.D. from California School of Professional Psychology. He completed his internship at the University of California at Berkeley. He also received his Masters of Divinity from Fuller Seminary, and served as a youth director as well as a Chaplain Candidate in the US Air Force.

 

Dr. Wall was Director or Psychology at Remuda Ranch for almost 20 years, treating girls and women with eating disorders. He is certified by the International Eating Disorder Foundation to treat eating disorders and is certified by the International OCD Foundation to treat OCD and related disorders. He has presented at national conferences, published articles in scientific journals and co-authored/edited a book on eating disorders.

 

Dr. Wall will be directing and co-leading both the Adolescent and Young Adult OCD IOPs, as well as the Eating Disorder IOP. 


To book an appointment with Dr. Wall, call us at 602-997-2880.

We wish you the best in 2015!

 

Jan Hamilton, MS, PMHNP-BC,
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner,
Founder, Doorways

602-997-2880
NEW!!

OCD IOP for
Young Adults (age 18-25)
Starting January 20th, 2015

Tuesday  4:30-7:30 PM, 
Wednesday, 4:30-7:30 PM,
 and Friday, 3:00-6:00 PM

The Young Adult  OCD IOP, exclusively for young adults ages 18-25, is the only one of its kind in the state of Arizona! 

We have Psychologists and Certified OCD specialists leading our IOP. For young adults who suffer with the effects of OCD in their lives, this will be of great benefit towards overcoming their OCD. 

Facts about OCD:
  • OCD affects approximately two percent of the young adult population and can lead to major difficulties in being able to hold down a job or attend school. 
  • OCD can be so impairing that people choose to stay at home for most of their waking hours to avoid the anxiety of confronting their fears in a public situation. 
  • Relationships in a family or in friendships can be very strained and people often feel as if they are being "overtaken" by the OCD symptoms. 

At Doorways, we are excited about this new program which will help young adults begin to take their lives back from OCD and live to the fullest!  


 

If you have any questions about how this IOP may be of benefit for you or someone you care for, 

contact us at 602-997-2880 or Info@doorwaysarizona.com.  





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