Kim Dioszegi is a Marriage and Family Therapist based in north Phoenix, AZ, who works with adolescents, adults, families, and couples. Many of her clients struggle to feel connected in their relationships or at peace in their daily lives, and struggle to challenge feelings of shame, unworthiness, or perfectionism. Kim is particularly skilled in working with clients facing traumatic experiences, relationship distress, and performance anxiety (such as in work, school, and sports) where symptoms of OCD, self-doubt, conflict, apathy, and anxiousness can emerge.
Kim’s approach is rooted in trauma-informed systemic therapy. She utilizes EMDR, IFS, and integrates family therapy with the recognition that people do not operate in a vacuum but instead past and present relationships, worldview, and societal factors influence one's self-perception and mental health. She works to help clients understand their physical response to stressors, and begin to reframe the narrative of their life in a way that increases self-confidence and compassion.
Kim completed her undergraduate degree at Whitworth University and master's degree at Fuller Theological Seminary. Prior to becoming a clinician she applied wilderness therapy techniques as a mountaineering and sea kayaking guide in BC, Canada, and worked with at-risk youth in a faith-based organization. She has experience working in intensive outpatient programs for eating disorders, self-harm, OCD, and social anxiety, with a focus on complex trauma and PTSD.
Kim's office is located off of Shea and the 51. Additionally she offers telehealth services for those whose needs and goals are conducive to online treatment.
Trauma - Coping and healing after threatening or scary events, such as witnessing accidents or experiencing sexual, verbal, emotional, or physical abuse. These can be singular big moments in our lives or reoccurring incidents that lead us to feeling helpless, unlovable, fearful, or responsible for others.
Adolescent mental health - Working with adolescents, teenagers, and parents on social, academic, and/or emotional challenges throughout teenage years; addressing anxiety, family conflicts, peer relationships, school stress, transition to college, social media pressures, self-esteem, hopelessness about the future, emotional disregulation
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) - Reducing unwanted intrusive thoughts and rituals by gradually building comfort and confidence facing difficult fears, thoughts, and emotions
Adjustment difficulties & disorders - Support around adapting to new and/or challenging life circumstances; skill-building for improved stress management and reduction of anxiety.
Couples counseling - Addressing relationship challenges and life transitions; strengthening communication and feelings of security, desire, connection, and love
Kimberly Dioszegi is not in-network with any insurances.
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Frequency of sessions this provider offers to see clients once you are an established client.
Insurances are not accepted although we do take HSA/FSA for payment. If you would like to utilize your insurance regular Superbills can be provided to submit for out-of-network reimbursements. I desire therapy to be accessible to everyone. A limited number of sessions at a sliding scale rate are offered, however there is currently a waiting list. Please inquire for details.
New Springs, Owner, MFT Therapist, 2021 - Present
Phoenix Counseling Collective, MFT therapist, 2017 - 2021
Doorways, MFT therapist, DBT, OCD, and ED group therapist, 2017 - 2019
Fuller Theological Seminary, Marriage and Family Therapy, 2018
Whitworth University, Theology BA, 2013