Our unique team of professionals will walk alongside you as you journey to a healthier life. We invite you to learn more about each individual therapist and family coach below. All counselors are available through telehealth and in-person sessions.
Tucson Arizona Counselors
(Pima, Yuma, and Cochise County)
Bobbie Rill, MA, LPC
Regional Clinical Director – Southern Region
In addition, she is an Advanced Certified Grief Recovery Method Specialist and National Trainer of Trainers for the Grief Recovery Institute in Bend, OR.
Her background includes serving as the Executive Director of a multi-state network of counseling centers where she supervised a staff of 50 including both Master and Doctorate level therapists. She is a frequent event speaker and has been a guest on numerous radio shows.
Prior to Bobbie joining the CFC staff, she and her husband, Bob, founded The Grief and Wellness Group in Tucson, AZ.
They have two married, adult children, two adorable grandkids, and a German Short Hair puppy, all of whom keep them on their toes.
Ann Willert, M.Ed., LAC, NCC
Licensed Associate Mental Health Counselor
She serves individuals, children, families, couples, and facilitates groups in a multicultural diverse environment. She has experience as a school-based mental health therapist for children/families and interning in Intensive Outpatient (IOP), an integrative treatment model for adults.
She believes education and awareness are the cognitive keys to change and personal development and are the first steps in counseling to make sustainable changes. Counseling facilitates the process of enlisting the client with an opportunity to explore and gain an understanding of their lives, environment, and relationships while respecting the client’s autonomy. Her vision is to provide a productive, enthusiastic positive
counseling environment. She strives to provide the utmost quality care for clients with integrity, and confidentiality in a multicultural diverse environment.
Ann enjoys traveling, camping, cooking, and spending time with friends and family. She and her husband are the parents of three children and eight grandchildren! Give her a call today (520) 296-8255.
Josette Kehl, MSW, LCSW, CCTP
Mental Health Therapist, Family Coach Supervisor
Josette brings her knowledge of attachment and body-brain connection to her work in trauma, relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, and other areas.
She believes every client should feel seen, heard, and valued. She is convinced that early attachment experiences impact all of life but healing is possible through reparative relationships and dedicated work. With parenting issues, she views parents as key change agents in the lives of their children. Learning how our bodies and brains work together and gaining new skills in self-regulation will benefit clients in whatever challenges they are facing.
She has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 2004 and a TBRI® Practitioner since 2019.
She enjoys spending time with her husband and their three children. Some of her favorite forms of self-care are traveling, reading, hiking, biking, and baking.
Chuck Geddes, Ph.D.
Dr. Geddes has worked extensively in the fields of Child and Youth Mental Health and Child Welfare over the past 25 years. He completed his Ph.D. at Colorado State University and MA at California State University, Fullerton.
Dr. Geddes founded the organization Complex Trauma Resources and developed the Complex Care and Intervention program as a way to embed a trauma-focused therapeutic perspective into the care of children in the foster system.
In addition to clinical direction of complex cases, Dr. Geddes has provided education and training to social workers, foster and adoptive parents, and mental health clinicians across the province of British Columbia – and plans to offer these services here in Arizona as well.
Chuck and his wife, Louise, have three adult sons-one of whom has special needs. In his spare time, Chuck will often be found hiking or biking and is looking forward to exploring the trails around Prescott.
At that time, he discovered he wanted to work with people who needed help. Alex has a heart to help individuals and couples dealing with a myriad of life challenges including marriage, difficult relationships, betrayal, and those struggling at school or work. He can help you work through the challenges you’re facing to have a more fulfilling life. He has a Bachelor of
Science degree in Psychology and is currently working on a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.