Adam Fried is a licensed clinical psychologist in the Scottsdale/Greater Phoenix area focusing on psychotherapy and assessment with children, adolescent and adult populations. His areas of specialty include anxiety and stress, depression, trauma and post-traumatic stress, grief, addictions, and relationship issues.
Dr. Fried has lectured, taught and published on a variety of mental health topics, including depression, stress, substance use, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, LGBT health and well-being, and professional ethics. He has presented his research at national conferences and has been quoted in The New York Times, The Huffington Post and ABC News on topics related to clinical psychology.
11260 Tatum Boulevard, Suite 140
Phoenix, AZ 85028
"Activism Fatigue and the Mental Aftermath of All of Those Marches" She Knows Media, April 10, 2017
"Ethical Practice in a Time of Post-Election Stress" The Clinical Psychologist, March, 2017
"Marriage Equality Laws Associated with Drop in LGBT Teen Suicide Rate" She Knows Media, February 21, 2017
"Out of Sorts In the Holidays? It Could be Family Jet Lag" New York Times, December 23, 2016
"Moral Stress and Job Burnout among Frontline Staff Conducting Clinical Research on Affective and Anxiety Disorders". Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, June, 2016
"Confidentiality and Disclosure Dilemmas in Psychotherapy with Adolescents". The Clinical Psychologist, 2015