I’m Jeff Aronson, a Solution-Focused therapist,
and I help people resolve problems, accomplish
goals and lead happy, fulfilling lives quickly
and effectively without unnecessary time and expense.
Who do I help?
I help people who want…
To live life free from depression
» Freedom from unnecessary and harmful worry
» More balance and playfulness in their
» To manage stress more effectively
» To be more assertive and take control
over their lives
» To feel better about themselves and to
be more confident
about their abilities
» To have loving, long-lasting relationships
» To solve problems more effectively
“What a concept! Focusing
on what I’m doing right rather than what
I’m doing wrong. You were right, things
work more than they don’t work if I just
“I was in therapy for
a long time before and nothing got better. I can’t
believe how fast things improved when you suggested
I quit doing the same ineffective things I’d
been doing and do things a little differently.”
"My fear and anxiety was dominating and shrinking my life. You helped me develop some simple and effective tools to retake control over my life. Now I'm controlling my worry rather than it controlling me."
"I never wanted to talk about my combat experiences because I didn't think anyone could understand or relate to how they still affect me and my family today. As a Marine Vietnam vet, you were easy to talk to and understood where I was coming from. You helped me develop ways to deal with my combat stress and my personal and family life has improved immensely.."
has been used successfully to help thousands of
people in this country and abroad overcome problems
with depression, anxiety, self-esteem,
relationships and substance abuse, to name just
Use your own strengths to
With Solution-Focused Therapy
you won’t be asked to delve into your childhood
to discover elements of your life that may be
causing the problem. Instead, you’ll be
helped to discover the strengths and resources
you have right now that can be used to bring about
the positive changes you desire.
Simply put, Solution-Focused
Therapy uses your own strengths and resources
to solve your problems. You may have developed
successful problem-solving strategies in the past
that could be useful again. In fact, you may be
already doing some things to solve the problem
right now and aren’t even aware you’re
A new way of thinking.
will change your thinking about problem-solving
to allow you to stop using old strategies that
may not be helping and actually may be perpetuating
the problem. It’s been said that the definition
of insanity is doing the same thing over and over
expecting different results. You already know
what’s not working, isn’t it time
to try something that does?
A little about me.
I’m a Licensed Professional
Counselor with a Masters degree in counseling
and have been practicing Solution-Focused Therapy
in Tucson for over 15 years.
Prior to my private practice,
I was a therapist with Carondelet Behavioral Health
and Southern Arizona Mental Health Corp. At both
Carondelet and SAMHC I also did crisis intervention
I’ve been married for over 40
years (so I think I have some experience with
what works) and have two grown children and two
grandchildren. In my free time I enjoy the outdoors,
hiking, backpacking, travel, salmon fishing and
In my previous career I was
an award-winning ad agency creative director.
People frequently ask me if therapy is a radical
change from advertising. Actually, they’re
both very similar. Both require the ability to
quickly understand people’s needs and connect
with them as well as coming up with creative and
effective approaches to problem-solving. And doing
therapy is much more fun and personally satisfying.
In both my careers I have
helped thousands of clients utilize their strengths
and skills to successfully overcome challenges
and attain their personal and professional goals.
To learn more about how I
can help you enjoy a happier, more fulfilling
life by finding solutions to problems quickly
and effectively or to schedule an appointment,
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 520-325-2035.
SOLUTIONS, NOT PROBLEMS.