Skip to main content

Dr. Peter Coffey

St. Luke's Hospital

PETER “CHIP” COFFEY is the Director of Therapy Services for St. Luke’s Behavioral Health in Phoenix

AZ. He is the clinical director of St. Luke’s outpatient clinics as well as the director for the inpatient social

services department. He has 20 plus years of experience in the treatment of mental illness and chemical

dependency. He has appeared on the A&E television show “Intervention” and appears frequently on local

television stations and in print media on mental health and substance abuse issues. Chip has intensively

studied and trained in cognitive behavioral treatment and is an ardent supporter of their use in treatment of

substance abuse and mental illness. Chip received his Masters degree in Professional Counseling and a

Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Marriage and Family Therapy from Ottawa University. He is a

state Licensed Professional Counselor as well as a Nationally Certified Counselor. Additionally, Chip has

certified through the Albert Ellis Institute in Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy and holds multiple

certifications in hypnosis. Chip’s approach to treatment and in his own life is that thinking controls behavior

and that by taking charge of our thinking we can take charge of our lives.