More About Dr. Keller
Dr. Keller specializes in treating children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples. He considers children’s emotional and mental health a top priority. Dr. Keller’s certification as a school psychologist has been instrumental in his work with local school staff as he helps principals, teachers and school psychologists create a healthy, supportive, and safe environment for all children. Dr. Keller is passionate about helping adults continue their journey toward greater self-awareness. He has been actively engaged in helping professionals dealing with addictions and burn-out.
EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATIONS
Dr. Keller’s educational credentials include an undergraduate degree from Temple University, a Master’s Degree from Columbia University and a Doctorate from Rutgers University.
He is also a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology and a Fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology.
Dr. Keller is listed in the National Register of Health Service Providers. He holds a Certificate in Professional Qualification in Psychology from the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards. He holds diplomates from the American Board of Sexology, The American Academy of Behavioral Medicine, and The International Academy of Professional Counseling and Psychotherapy. He was certified as a Sex Educator with American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists. Dr. Keller was also awarded Senior Fellow status with the Biofeedback Society of America.
Dr. Keller is proud to participate in a weekly peer consultation group where he continues to develop and refine his psychotherapy skills.
Dr. Keller has extensive leadership experience in the field of clinical psychology, including past faculty affiliations in the Department of Clinical Psychology at Midwestern University, The Arizona School of Professional Psychology, and the Department of Counseling Psychology at Arizona State University. He served as past president of both the Scottsdale Psychological Society and the Phoenix Psychoanalytic Study Group. He has conducted continuing medical education seminars and training for physicians on the topics of addictions, learning disabilities, anxiety disorders, spirituality and healing, and the role of humor in healthcare.
He has also served on the board of the Alumni Council of Columbia Teachers College in New York City. Today, he serves on a number of local professional advisory boards in the Phoenix area.
His extensive experience as a kind and compassionate psychologist has earned him a reputation as a leader on childhood issues such as childhood grief and depression, psychological treatment of G.I. disorders and assisting parents with special needs children. Family practice and internal medicine specialists frequently refer their adult patients to him for treatment of anxiety, depression and stress-related medical disorders.
With more than thirty-five years of experience, Dr. Keller has been helping patients overcome individual and relationship issues that span nearly every area of mental health expertise. His caring and compassionate approach to helping people of all ages, backgrounds and life experiences heal from family dysfunction has earned him a reputation as one of the Phoenix area’s top clinical psychologists.