Floyd Godfrey MAPC, LPC, CSAT / Executive Director
Floyd Godfrey is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Arizona, and an approved supervisor since 2004 with the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health. He is also a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT). He received his education from Arizona State University, and his graduate education from Ottawa University. He worked for eight years with the City of Tempe Social Services, as a supervisor assisting school-age children and their families. He has worked in a variety of mental health settings both as a professional and within church ministry.
Floyd is an Executive Board Member of the Foundation for Healthy Living, a non-profit organization that provides financial support and programming to those who need mental health services. He also serves on the board of Canyon State Academy, a residential school setting for at-risk youth. He is the Director of the Sexual Addiction & Betrayal Trauma (SABR) program in Mesa, which is a clinical intervention for men with sexual addiction and their wives. Also Band of Brothers, a clinical intervention for adolescent boys with sexual compulsions. He is a member of SASH (Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health), and also the AACC (American Association of Christian Counselors). He currently serves as the Executive Director of Family Strategies Counseling Center, a licensed mental health agency, where he trains and supervises clinical staff and university interns. He works part-time within the agency to provide individual counseling for adults, youth and families. He is often known for his research and work with those who have symptoms of sexualized attachments and eroticized emotions.
While he is committed to clinical excellence, Floyd maintains a personal worldview of Christian living and believes that faith in God is important for spiritual health and life healing.
To contact Floyd Godfrey please call (480) 668-8301.
Areas of Specialty:
- Sexual Compulsivity and Addiction
- Sexualized Attachments
- Adolescent Pornography Problems
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Anxiety and Depression