Ann Capulin-Thayer

Ann takes a holistic approach to helping individuals find the most comfortable and personal pathway to hope and recovery. She specializes in anxiety, substance use, depression, chronic pain, relationship problems, and career/life transitions. Ann utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and internal family systems in her therapeutic approach. She prioritizes careful listening and respect for the personal way that each client chooses to approach their obstacles.

Ann completed her Master’s Degree summa cum laude in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with Northern Arizona University. She has worked with adults, couples and groups in outpatient settings, and with court-mandated clients recovering from substance abuse.

Ann has active membership with the American Counseling Association and is licensed by the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners. Ann currently assists with the NAU counseling program and is planning to pursue a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision.