Therapy With Heart is continuing to provide the therapy services that focus on relationships and healing. This includes providing psychotherapy sessions for couples, individuals, and adolescents/families via telehealth or in-person in the office. To schedule an appointment call (480) 888-5380 or email

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Meet Shannon Steinhilber,


Shannon is a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AZ-LAMFT #7058T). She obtained her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary. Shannon has received training in various therapeutic modalities and brings an Emotionally Focused (EFT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), Medical Family Therapy, and/or Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) perspective to the counseling room. With an extensive background in competitive athletics and coaching, Shannon approaches therapy from a systemic and holistic approach. She offers client-centered collaborative care based on honest communication and trust. She has over 18 years of experience working with adolescents and young adults.

Specializes in:
 Couples Therapy, Sports Therapy, Medical Family Therapy

Shannon has a passion for walking alongside individuals, families, and couples as they discover how to overcome relational challenges and individual concerns. She strives to foster a safe, non-judgmental, and supportive environment. Shannon enjoys helping competitive athletes and their families navigate relational struggles, mental health concerns, and unique pressures related to sports that may be impacting performance and overall emotional well-being. Shannon also has a personal interest in supporting foster and adoptive families as well as individuals/families battling chronic or terminal illnesses. 
Shannon has been married for 17 years and has three children.

Areas of Focus:

Relational distress


Unmet emotional and physical needs within partnerships

Navigating stressors related to competitive athletics/academics/business

Identity exploration/development after divorce, retirement, or end of athletic career

Sports/performance anxiety

Self-esteem building

Parenting skills


Chronic/terminal illness

Young Adults
Survivors of suicide

“You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. Do the thing you think you cannot do.” --Eleanor Roosevelt