Healing That Helps You Get Unstuck
Every person grows and learns in different ways. To that point, every counselor or guide has their own techniques and exercises to help clients. Not every method is effective for everyone, but with the right guidance, you can defeat your inner demons and recapture your life. That's where Christy Maxey thrives.
Christy is a trauma EMDR coach dedicated to empowering people with the knowledge of true self-love. She aims to help men and women overcome negative self-talk and patterns and finally live the fulfilling life they deserve. Christy has a special focus on supporting women who experience anxiety, depression, lack of self-trust, people-pleasing, and feelings of inadequacy. Additionally, she's an expert in helping men who are navigating anger, stress, and relationship challenges.
If you have received help from therapists and life coaches in the past but find yourself falling back into the same patterns as before, know that you're not alone. The simple truth could be that whatever problem you were trying to face was left unresolved.
Essentially, you cut the top of the weed, but you didn't pull out the entire root. In a sense, you put a band-aid on a serious wound when you needed more comprehensive, specialized treatment. Unlike many life coaches, Christy Maxey aims to solve the root cause of your mental and physical symptoms. By addressing the cause of your issues, you can reclaim your life and move forward without the baggage you've carried for so long. Take it from us - it's an incredible feeling!
Some of the most common problems that Christy helps solve for patients include:
- Difficulty Dealing with the Emotional Content at the Center of Their Problems
- A Lack of Resistance to and Awareness of "What Is"
- Fear and Uncertainty About Making Changes
- Fear of Getting Compassionate Help and Guidance
- Believing False Narratives Associated with Past Traumas and Experiences
Created by psychologist Dr. Francine Shapiro in 1987 as a treatment method for post-traumatic stress disorder, EMDR is an evidence-based treatment approach that provides both trauma-informed treatment and treatment protocol. Unlike traditional talk therapy, EMDR employs bilateral stimulation to replicate the Rapid Eye Movement (REM) phase of sleep. In fact, EMDR treatments have shown that the mind can heal from psychological trauma faster than traditional talk therapy.
Traumatic events often lead to negative beliefs and emotions, such as shame, anger, and sadness. EMDR enables your brain to reprocess such events, promoting healing, well-being, and positivity in patients.
If you're wondering whether or not EMDR treatment from Christy Maxey might be a good choice for you and your family, ask yourself these questions:
- Do You Feel Stuck in Your Life?
- Do You Find Yourself Stuck Feeling the Same Types of Fear, Sadness, or Anxiety?
- Have You Grown Accustomed to a Negative Inner Critic?
- Do You Feel Stuck with Feelings of Shame from Past Mistakes or Traumas?
- Are You Always Repeating the Same Patterns in Relationships? Too Nice, Too Accepting, Avoidant, Easy to Get Triggered, Etc.?
- Is Your Brain Full of Self-Doubt and Harmful Self-Talk?
How Does EMDR Therapy Work?
Once it's agreed that EMDR therapy is suitable for you, your initial sessions involve discussing your goals and enhancing your ability to cope with stress. In the following phases of EMDR therapy, you concentrate on a specific event or focus on a negative image, belief, emotion, or bodily sensation related to the event. You then focus on a positive belief indicating that the issue has been resolved.
While you're focused on the upsetting event, Christy begins sets of side-to-side eye movements, sounds, or taps. After each set, you are guided to observe what comes to mind. Shifts in insight or changes in images, feelings, or beliefs about the event may occur. It should be noted that you can stop therapy at any moment if necessary. The sets of eye movements, sounds, or taps will be repeated until distress caused by the event decreases. EMDR therapy can be used as a standalone treatment or in conjunction with other forms of therapy offered through the Maxx Method.
To help paint you a picture of how EMDR therapy works, think of it like a cast for a broken bone. Unlike other forms of therapy, however, EMDR can be more uncomfortable than traditional treatments. It's important to be ready for possible emotional exhaustion afterward. To cope, you can create a relaxing playlist and plan some activities to unwind. Once the sessions are finished, take some time to recharge and decompress.
Who Should Use EMDR Therapy in Chandler, AZ?
EMDR therapy is something anyone can benefit from. It's not only reserved for people with extreme experiences or traumas. Even mild cases of anxiety and depression can be treated by a trained EMDR coach like Christy Maxey. When you remember something that reminds you of a bad experience, your body might react like it's in danger, even if it's not. This is a normal reaction, but if it keeps happening, it can make you feel really stressed out. With EMDR, you can heal and learn new ways to cope without having to talk about exactly what happened. This can help you feel better and live your life without over-worrying and ruminating on negativity.
If you're one of the many people who have experienced lackluster results from one or more EMDR sessions, it's crucial that you do not give up hope. In fact, many men and women come to Christy Maxey having had poor EMDR experiences. Thankfully, they soon realize how impactful and fulfilling the therapy can be for trauma. That's especially true when combined with other therapies like Inner Child Healing and Guided Visualization. Of course, EMDR therapy in Chandler, AZ, isn't the best choice for every patient - after all, every person is different and responds to therapies in different ways.
To truly discover if EMDR therapy is the right choice for your mind and body, contact Christy ASAP to schedule your initial consultation. That way, you and Christy can get to know each other better and discover the best ways to promote long-term healing and well-being. With that said, patients choose EMDR treatments for many reasons. Some of the most common reasons for using EMDR therapy include the following:
- Panic Attacks and Anxiety
- PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome)
- Eating Disorders like Bulimia, Anorexia, and More
- Trauma from Abuse and Violence
- Abusive or Violent Relationships
- Rest and Sleep Problems
- Social Anxiety
- Childhood Trauma and Abuse
- Anger and Sadness
- Fear of Speaking in Public
- Betrayal and Grief
The Life-Changing Benefits of EMDR Therapy
Though EMDR therapy is more popular than ever, many people are still unaware of its benefits and how life-changing the therapy can be for people who are stuck. If that sounds like you, keep these benefits in mind as you continue to research this amazing therapy choice.
Triumph Over Trauma
Recovering from a traumatic experience can be extremely challenging, but EMDR therapy can provide a solution. Trauma can create triggers that make you feel like you're experiencing the event all over again. EMDR can help reorganize the thoughts, feelings, and experiences associated with the trauma so that you no longer feel controlled by it. While the effects of trauma may never completely disappear, EMDR can significantly reduce its impact on your life and enable you to live in the present without constantly reliving the past.
Enhance Your Mental Fortitude
Achieving personal growth involves accepting one's identity, building self-esteem, and understanding the internal narratives that shape our daily experiences. EMDR and guided therapeutic processing can help create a peaceful, efficient, and confident setting for individuals to accept their past and move forward. This therapeutic process empowers individuals, providing them with the strength and courage to confront any obstacle that impedes their well-being.
Reshape Your Life
During EMDR therapy sessions, traumatic events are broken down, enabling patients to gain a different perspective on negative events. This altered view can be as life-changing as the traumatic event itself, giving individuals greater control over how they adapt to the effects of trauma.
Overcome Circular Thinking
If you struggle with circular thinking patterns related to anxiety disorders, phobias, or generalized anxiety, EMDR therapy may be helpful. EMDR can assist you in overcoming these thought spirals by teaching you how to deal with your fears and worries without becoming overwhelmed by anxiety.
Understanding the Phases of EMDR Therapy in Chandler, AZ
According to the EMDR Institute, there are eight phases in traditional EMDR treatment:
The EMDR Institute has identified eight phases of EMDR therapy. These are:
- History and Treatment Planning
- Body scan
History and Treatment Planning
During the initial stage of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, Christy will conduct a comprehensive evaluation of your medical and emotional history and create a treatment plan. This stage involves discussing the particular issue that led you to seek therapy. You'll also identify behaviors and symptoms associated with the issues you're facing. Based on this information, Christy will develop a personalized treatment plan that outlines the goals to be addressed using EMDR therapy in Chandler, AZ:
- The Traumas or Events Causing Issues
- Present-Day Problems and Traumas Causing Distress
- Healthy Behaviors and Skills Needed for Long-Term Well-Being
During this phase, Christy will explain the theory of EMDR, how it is applied, and what you can expect during and after treatment. Christy will then teach you several techniques for relaxation so that you have the tools to calm down in the event of emotional disturbance.
One of the biggest goals of this first phase is to establish trust between you and your EMDR coach. While you don't have to go into great detail about disturbing memories, if you don't trust your therapist, you may not accurately report what is felt and what changes you are or aren't experiencing. If your goal is to please the therapist and say you feel better when you really aren't, no therapy in the world will resolve your trauma.
In this phase, you will be prompted to access each target in a controlled manner so it can be effectively processed. Processing does not mean talking about it. From there, Christy identifies different parts of the target to be processed. The first step is for you to select a specific image or mental picture from the target event (identified during Phase One) that best represents the memory.
You then choose a positive statement that you would like to believe. The statement should have an internal sense of control, such as "I am valuable/lovable/a good person/in control" or "I can achieve success." In some cases, when the primary emotion is fear, such as after a natural disaster, the negative thought could be "I am in danger," and the positive thought could be "I am safe now." "I am in danger" is considered a negative thought because fear is no longer necessary, but it is still present in the nervous system. The positive thought should reflect what is appropriate in the present moment.
During this phase, you will also identify negative emotions like anger or fear and physical sensations that you associate with trauma.
This phase of EMDR therapy in Chandler, AZ, hones in on the disturbing sensations and emotions associated with your trauma and the ways that you respond to it. In doing so, patients often resolve similar events as well. The goal of this phase is to use sounds, taps, or eye movements with shifting focus until your subjective disturbance levels are lowered.
The goal here is to concentrate on the positive belief that you have identified to replace your negative belief(s). For example, you may have suffered child abuse in your younger years and hold the negative belief that you are powerless. Christy will help strengthen and install positive cognitions that reinforce the fact that you are in control, not the negative thoughts and emotions keeping you stuck.
Research into EMDR sessions indicates that physical responses to unresolved thoughts are common. After your positive cognition is fortified and installed, Christy will ask that you bring the original target event to the forefront of your mind. If she notices any additional body tension, those physical sensations are reprocessed. If you do not have any body tension or symptoms present when your original target event is brought up, your EMDR session is considered successful.
Typical EMDR sessions end with closure and a debriefing on what you can expect between your current and subsequent EMDR sessions. If necessary, Christy will provide calming techniques that you can use outside of therapy. This part of the EMDR process ensures that you leave Christy's office feeling better than you did at the beginning of the session.
This phase gives Christy insight into any other treatment plans that may be necessary for your healing and well-being. Like any type of sound therapy, reevaluation is critical in determining the success of your EMDR treatment over a period of time.
Reshape Your Life with EMDR Therapy from Christy Maxey
Regardless of the events and trauma keeping you stuck, EMDR might be a viable solution for reclaiming your life. Christy Maxey provides patients with the safe space needed to do so. If you're ready to let go of past or present traumas and reclaim your love of life, EMDR therapy could be the first step on your healing journey. Contact our office today to learn more about the Maxx Method, EMDR therapy in Chandler, AZ, EMDR online, and how Christy Maxey can help you defeat the inner demons holding you back.
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2 people hospitalized after beehive run over in Chandler
CHANDLER, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — Two people are hospitalized Tuesday morning after bees stung them multiple times in Chandler. The attack happened in a neighborhood southeast of Dobson and Queen Creek roads.Officials at the scene tell Arizona’s Family that five people were stung after a landscaper ran over a hive. The two people were hospitalized, according to a Chandler Fire Department spokesperson, with one of them considered “immediate” and the other with non-life threatening injuries. Fire crews on the sce...
CHANDLER, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — Two people are hospitalized Tuesday morning after bees stung them multiple times in Chandler. The attack happened in a neighborhood southeast of Dobson and Queen Creek roads.
Officials at the scene tell Arizona’s Family that five people were stung after a landscaper ran over a hive. The two people were hospitalized, according to a Chandler Fire Department spokesperson, with one of them considered “immediate” and the other with non-life threatening injuries. Fire crews on the scene foamed the bees, and a pest control company was called to take care of the bees. While crews were on the scene, residents were advised to stay away from Greythorne Way and Jacaranda Parkway.
It’s the second bee-related incident in the Valley in less than a week. Over the weekend, a maintenance worker was stung nearly 2,000 times at a Sun City West golf course, leaving him on life support.
The dry and hot weather doesn’t only put us in a bad mood, but Joc Rawls says it may also be upsetting honey bees. “Bees are very protective of all their honey stores, and even nice bees are going to be a little more defensive,” he said.
A landscaper ran over a beehive in Chandler on Tuesday morning, just days after another swarm stung a man in Sun City West about 2,000 times.
In the winter, Rawls says bees eat the honey they’ve stored away during the Spring and Fall. Although bees aren’t typically aggressive, Rawls says some things set them off. “Avoid dark, black clothing. That will tend to make bees more defensive because their natural predators are black bears, and that’s why they’re so defensive about black clothing and things like that,” he said.
Although crews aren’t sure what led to that attack, Rawls says swarm attacks are not unheard of. “That stinger is left in place, and it does have what’s called an alarm pheromone, and that attracts other bees to come to that area to also sting as well,” he said.
First responders with Arizona Fire and Medical Authority use foam to subdue bees in these types of attacks. So far this year, their crews have responded to six bee incidents. Last year, they had 15. “Don’t swat, run. Run, get in the house and get away in a protective area where you can close the doors,” Rawls said.
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Arizona HS football roundup: Higley shakes up rankings; Chandler, Salpointe, Central win
Arizona RepublicOpen rankings shake-up: Higley downs Desert MountainBy Dylan AckermannArizona's high school football rankings were rattled Friday night, as Scottsdale Desert Mountain, the No. 1 team in 5A and this week's No. 4 in the AIA's Open Division playoff rankings, fell to Gilbert Higley (No. 4 in 5A) in a rout, 58-21.Higley, the defending 5A champions, were sharp on both sides of the ball on the Wolves' home field, but its offense was overwhelming behind sophomore quarterback Gunne...
Open rankings shake-up: Higley downs Desert Mountain
By Dylan Ackermann
Arizona's high school football rankings were rattled Friday night, as Scottsdale Desert Mountain, the No. 1 team in 5A and this week's No. 4 in the AIA's Open Division playoff rankings, fell to Gilbert Higley (No. 4 in 5A) in a rout, 58-21.
Higley, the defending 5A champions, were sharp on both sides of the ball on the Wolves' home field, but its offense was overwhelming behind sophomore quarterback Gunner Fagrell, who threw for five touchdowns in a game played at Desert Mountain High School.
The Knights' defensive unit allowed an opening drive touchdown, but clamped down on the Wolves' offense after that. Senior cornerback Nijrell Eason II and junior middle linebacker Jayden Olcott both picked off passes from Desert Mountain's senior quarterback, Brady Mcdonough, early in the first half.
The defensive effort continued in the third quarter, forcing a fumble on a kick return that directly resulted in a touchdown for the offense, giving the Knights a three-score advantage. Junior middle linebacker Boston Hilton had two sacks, bringing his season total to eight alongw with 66 tackles.
Scoring-wise, the Knights' wide receivers, Taveon Sueing and Jaden Taylor, each posted two touchdowns, but running back Daxen Hall stole the show with four, boosting his total to 17 rushing touchdowns this season.
On the very first drive of the game, Desert Mountain senior 3-star quarterback Brady Mcdonough kicked things off in style, launching a 55-yard pass to senior wide receiver Dylan Tapley.
Higley's senior running back, Daxen Hall, scored on a 25-yard touchdown after a previous score of his was called back.
Fagrell connected with senior wide receiver Kaden Millner for deep completions on consecutive drives, positioning their team in the red zone, each time capped by Jaden Taylor rushing touchdowns.
To seal the deal, Fagrell executed a perfect back-shoulder throw, a textbook example of precision. Junior Ezy Brown made the reception, resulting in a touchdown that left no doubt.
Quotes of the Game:
“This is a big momentum swinger for our team,” Fagrell said. “We really rallied together and tonight was a big team together moment, but we just got to keep working.”
“We’re resilient,” Higley head coach Eddy Zubey said about what this win proves about his squad. “We knew we had some things we needed to get better on, but it’s really just resiliency.”
Next Friday at 7 p.m., both teams gear up for their regular season finales as Higley (7-2) remains on the road, taking on Notre Dame Prep, while Desert Mountain (8-1) travels to Williams Field.
Chandler rolls over Perry
By Eliya Herriott
Chandler traveled to Perry for a big 6A battle. The Wolves came out the gate hot and controlled every aspect of the game, from start to finish, to win the game 49-7.
The Wolves defense held strong throughout the night. Multiple players got involved on defense and veteran players such as Jeremiah Young lead the way upfront.
On the first drive of the game, Chandler’s Jaxon Branch capped it off with an 18-yard reception from quarterback Blake Heffron. Branch had two touchdown receptions in the first half for the Wolves.
Heffron does it all for Chandler. The senior quarterback looked composed and made the right reads. Heffron ended the game with two touchdown passes and he showed off his quickness with a 3-yard rushing touchdown.
Chandler running back, Ca’lil Valentine was a force in the backfield and could not be stopped. Valentine contributed two rushing touchdowns, including a 65-run to the house.
Chandler’s defense was disruptive all night. The Wolves limited the Pumas opportunities offensively and held Perry to seven points.
Jojo Taylor III, of Chandler, had a key interception in the second quarter which later led to a Chandler touchdown. The interception made it a three score game, 28-7, which would be the score at halftime.
Taylor’s second interception of the night came with just under nine minutes left in the third quarter.
“The mindset going into this game was honestly to run the ball,” Heffron said.
“Our defense played in a tight battle against Basha’s great moving offense with Demond Williams (last week) and all those guys,” Heffron said. “It was kind of a learning experience I would say it’s never a loss it’s always a learning experience and we learned from it, we got better and we came out today and we shut Perry out.”
Chandler (7-2) remains very much in the Open Division playoff picture. The Wolves close the regular season against rival Hamilton on Nov. 3 Perry (7-2), which was ranked No. 12 in 6A coming into the game, will look to bounce back at Basha, which entered Friday ranked No. 3 overall by the AIA.
Salpointe Catholic uses big 2Q, spoils Saguaro’s homecoming
By Anthony Perez
For Tucson Salpointe Catholic (8-1), Friday night’s game at Scottsdale Saguaro (4-5) appeared to have a simple formula for success: go on an offensive tear and then lock the game down with defense. And it was a formula that they made look effortless as they spoiled Saguaro’s homecoming by picking up a 21-14 victory.
Salpointe’s second quarter was all about senior quarterback Taylor Nagore. He opened the scoring for the visitors on Friday night by connecting with Nathan Spivey on a long pass to tie the game up in the opening moments of the second quarter. Just under five minutes later he gave Salpointe its first lead of the game when he snuck into the end zone from a yard out. Then, with 2:27 left in the first half, he added to the lead with another rushing touchdown, this time from around midfield.
Saguaro’s lone response to Salpointe’s offensive onslaught that quarter was a 30-yard pass to junior receiver Mason Whitaker from senior quarterback Mason Bray that was Bray’s 14th touchdown pass of the season. Bray also eclipsed the 1,400 pass yards mark in the contest.
With Saguaro driving and searching for a touchdown to tie the game back up, a pass from Bray found the arms of Spivey. While Salpointe was unable to extend its lead off the turnover, it was one of many defensive gems made by Salpointe that shut down Saguaro’s offense in the second half and made the 21-14 lead that they had at halftime stand up.
“We take a lot of pride in our defense. As they say, defense wins championships. Well, defense won us this game, and we take a lot of pride in it. Our coaches, everybody, they take a lot of pride in it.” —Salpointe Catholic senior Nathan Spivey on how his team’s defense was a key to victory and how it’s been a key to success this season
Both teams conclude their regular seasons next Friday. Salpointe travels back to the Valley to play Phoenix Brophy Prep, while Saguaro hosts Phoenix Pinnacle
Central makes case for 5A playoff spot
By Howard Schlossberg
Don't tell Central (8-1) they're a 5A playoff bubble team.
They sent the AIA a message Friday night in a 41-21 win over a visiting North squad that kept it competitive all night.
In the end, North couldn't catch Kham Athy and his 123 yards rushing and 3 TDs, 2 on tosses from Cam Allen. And the Bobcats' defense bailed them out with big plays against a North team that outgained them.
Central came in ranked No. 17 in 5A by the AIA, just outside the Top 16 that makes the conference playoffs. But No. 1 Desert Mountain also was rated among the top eight teams that would move to the Open playoffs, which could have elevated Central into the 5A tournament.
However, while Centeral was taking care of business at home, across the Valley in Scottsdale, Desert Mountain wasn't, as it fell to No. 4 Higley, leading to a potential shake-up in nexet week's rankings.
Twice in the first half, North got turned away in the red zone, once on a fumble at the 7 after sweeping downfield and then on consecutive incompletions at the 16 after Tommy Ceuz gave them a lift at QB off the bench.
With the game still in question, Bryson Ballard tipped away a sure TD pass at the goal line on 4th down.
Central made huge plays on offense. Cam Allen made it look easy at QB with 2 TDs to Athy, who set the school TD mark with the second one, and a 57-yarder to Ja'coby Gilmore. Izzy Foz set a Central place kicking record.
North got a great game from Cruz and TDs from Mark Mintz and Rorion Jordan.
North outgained Central, 365-289, but it was the timing of the plays that counted. North was the better team between the 20s.
Cruz threw for 173 but Allen's 148 were timely, on 4th down to Ballard for 6 and he looped one to Athy for 6 in a short-yardage situation.
Jordan had a nifty 80-yard run for 6 for North.
Central Cosch Chandler Hovik called his team the best he's had anywhere he's coached and he doesn't see "16 teams better in 5A," a sentiment echoed by Athy.
With the win, Central wins the 5A Metro Region.
Central tries to wrap up a playoff spot next week at rival Camelback. North (4-5) finishes up at home against South Mountain.
'A.I. is going to revolutionize our world': Chandler-Gilbert Community College goes big on A.I. education
Compared to a traditional four-year degree, Chandler-Gilbert offers a less expensive, faster way for students to jump into the growing A.I. workforce.CHANDLER, Ariz. — An East Valley community college is establishing itself as an authority in the artificial intelligence revolution.Chandler-Gilbert Community College began offering the first A...
Compared to a traditional four-year degree, Chandler-Gilbert offers a less expensive, faster way for students to jump into the growing A.I. workforce.
CHANDLER, Ariz. — An East Valley community college is establishing itself as an authority in the artificial intelligence revolution.
Chandler-Gilbert Community College began offering the first A.I. associate degree of its kind in the U.S. in 2021 and this week, the school is hosting the inaugural A.I. Teaching and Learning Summit for 90 educators from across the country.
“How the internet revolutionized our world, A.I. is going to revolutionize our world and so we need to think about how we’re going to prepare our students for whatever career they step into,” said Greg Peterson, president of the college.
120 students are currently enrolled in the “Associate in Applied Science in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning” degree. Former Intel engineer Habib Matar built the curriculum from scratch.
“It was quite a journey. At first there weren’t any textbooks to work from,” Matar said.
The challenge for Matar was striking a balance between “going to the edge” of A.I. technology while keeping it accessible for a two-year student. Matar says there is high demand from corporations and government for certified graduates with A.I. knowledge at the level of an associate degree.
“Every company I speak with is like, ‘how can I get one of your graduates to work for me’?” Matar said.
Compared to a traditional four-year degree, Chandler-Gilbert offers a less expensive, faster way for students to jump into the growing A.I. workforce.
One of those students is Olivia Marie Henninger.
“If it’s going to be integrated into everything, everyone needs an equal opportunity to be at the table,” Henninger said, who wants to specialize in training the masses to incorporate A.I. skills.
As a student on an award-winning Cesar Chavez High School robotics team in 2011, Henninger later used her tech skills to work in the autonomous vehicle and robotics industries for more than a decade. Now she’s going back to school to be part of the first generation of A.I. employees.
“We’re the first wave ‘for the people’,” Henninger said. “We’re at the forefront of bringing this to America as individuals, as opposed to PhD laureates, those with high level math and high level coding.”
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Vensure Employer Solutions brings 400 jobs to Chandler
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Vensure Employer Solutions, a leading provider of HR/HCM technology, managed services, and global business process outsourcing, today announced the opening of its new state-of-the-art global headquarters in Chandler, AZ. This expansion will allow Vensure to better meet the needs of its clients in the western states as well as create stronger efforts of service within the greater...
Vensure Employer Solutions, a leading provider of HR/HCM technology, managed services, and global business process outsourcing, today announced the opening of its new state-of-the-art global headquarters in Chandler, AZ. This expansion will allow Vensure to better meet the needs of its clients in the western states as well as create stronger efforts of service within the greater Phoenix community.
The company’s decision to move to a larger facility stemmed from its continuous growth and the rising demand for comprehensive HR services from an increasing number of businesses. The new global headquarters will lead to the creation of 400 new positions over the next 24-30 months. Additionally, it reinforces Vensure’s commitment to being a valuable contributor to the local community.
“The opening of the new Chandler headquarters is an important milestone towards realizing our goals of establishing a prominent presence in Arizona and advancing our growth initiatives. We’re thrilled to be an integral part of such a vibrant technology and HR community within the Greater Phoenix area,” said Alex Campos, chief executive officer at Vensure Employer Solutions. “The HR solutions industry has undergone substantial transformation over the last few years, and with 60% of medium and large-size businesses projected to embrace HR systems by 2024, as per Gartner, we are well positioned to leverage this market opportunity.”
Esta Pittard, chief operation officer at Vensure Employer Solutions adds, “Our new headquarters in Chandler is strategically positioned to facilitate the rapid expansion of our team, opening doors for innovation and heightened support for our clients and employees. We are steadfast in our dedication to nurturing a strong, dynamic team and actively engaging with and enriching the local community of technology and HR professionals.”
Vensure’s new global headquarters has been designed to house a variety of teams, encompassing payroll and benefits, sales and account management, finance, HR, and IT. An array of positions will be available, ranging from specialists and administrators to managers and consultants. These teams will be dedicated to advancing Vensure’s mission of delivering exceptional HR solutions, particularly in the expanding market for HCM suites.
The grand opening for the new location will be held at the new location on Thursday, October 26th and will include local entertainment, a welcome message from Vensure’s CEO Alex Campos, a ribbon cutting ceremony, exclusive facility tours and refreshments.
Vensure Employer Solutions to Open New Global Headquarters in Chandler, Arizona – Bringing Hundreds of Jobs to The Area
CHANDLER, Ariz., October 26, 2023--(BUSINESS WIRE)--...
CHANDLER, Ariz., October 26, 2023--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Vensure Employer Solutions, a leading provider of HR/HCM technology, managed services, and global business process outsourcing, today announced the opening of its new state-of-the-art global headquarters in Chandler, AZ. This strategic expansion will allow Vensure to better meet the needs of its clients and expand job opportunities within the greater Phoenix community.
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Pictured above is the new global head quarters for Vensure Employer Solutions located in Chandler, Arizona (Photo: Business Wire)
The company's decision to move to a larger facility stemmed from its continuous growth and rising demand for comprehensive HR services from an increasing number of businesses. The new global headquarters will lead to the creation of 400 new positions over the next 24-30 months. Additionally, it reinforces Vensure's commitment to being a valuable contributor to the local community.
"The opening of the new Chandler headquarters is an important milestone towards realizing our goals of establishing a prominent presence in Arizona and advancing our growth initiatives. We’re thrilled to be an integral part of such a vibrant technology and HR community within the Greater Phoenix area," said Alex Campos, chief executive officer at Vensure Employer Solutions. "The HR solutions industry has undergone substantial transformation over the last few years, and with 60% of medium and large-size businesses projected to embrace HR systems by 2024, per Gartner, we are well positioned to leverage this market opportunity."
Esta Pittard, chief operation officer at Vensure HR adds, "Our new headquarters in Chandler is strategically positioned to facilitate the rapid expansion of our team, opening doors for innovation and heightened support for our clients and employees. We are steadfast in our dedication to nurturing a strong, dynamic team and actively engaging with and enriching the local community of technology and HR professionals."
Vensure Employer Solutions is the largest privately held organization in the HR technology and service sector, providing a comprehensive portfolio of solutions, including HR/HCM technology, managed services, and global business process outsourcing (BPO). The company and its service providers collectively serve over 95,000 businesses and process over $135B in annual payroll. As a "One Employer Solution" headquartered in Chandler, Arizona, Vensure helps thousands of businesses streamline and grow their operations with custom strategies that benefit both employers and employees. Find out more by visiting .