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Personal and Family Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"I graduated with a Masters in Social Work from Brigham Young University in 1998. I have been licensed as a Clinical Social Worker since 2000. I have been working in private and public mental health clinics for 20 years."
(801) 623-0176
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"I graduated with a Masters in Social Work from Brigham Young University in 1998. I have been licensed as a Clinical Social Worker since 2000. I have been working in private and public mental health clinics for 20 years."
T. Roger Peay Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
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"I draw from a strong academic and clinical background combined with personal life experiences to provide life changing interventions. I have a PhD in psychology, two master's degrees and am licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist. I have considerable experience with children, adolescents and adults in diverse settings, i.e., mental health centers, U.S. military behavioral health centers, public school systems, wilderness programs, therapeutic boarding schools, and private practice. I gained much of my specialized experience with couples while employed by the US Army in Germany and recently completed the advanced training for certification as an Emotionally Focused Couple Therapist."
(801) 893-9687
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"I draw from a strong academic and clinical background combined with personal life experiences to provide life changing interventions. I have a PhD in psychology, two master's degrees and am licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist. I have considerable experience with children, adolescents and adults in diverse settings, i.e., mental health centers, U.S. military behavioral health centers, public school systems, wilderness programs, therapeutic boarding schools, and private practice. I gained much of my specialized experience with couples while employed by the US Army in Germany and recently completed the advanced training for certification as an Emotionally Focused Couple Therapist."
The Awareness and Recovery Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
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"Click to our website and schedule online in less than two minutes! Chris Cavin, LCSW, our Clinical Director, is a former Zen monk with over 22 years of meditation practice and 15 years of experience as a psychotherapist. We also have therapists trained in EMDR to help you process and resolve trauma quickly. We offer complete psychological evaluations and ongoing psychotherapy and medication prescription management if needed. We also have an extensive network of community partners when and if referrals are necessary. "
(385) 212-3731
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"Click to our website and schedule online in less than two minutes! Chris Cavin, LCSW, our Clinical Director, is a former Zen monk with over 22 years of meditation practice and 15 years of experience as a psychotherapist. We also have therapists trained in EMDR to help you process and resolve trauma quickly. We offer complete psychological evaluations and ongoing psychotherapy and medication prescription management if needed. We also have an extensive network of community partners when and if referrals are necessary. "
Christine Holding - Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, DMFT, LMFT, CEFT
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"Christine is a Doctor of Marriage and Family Therapy and is the owner of Sunlight Family Therapy at The EFT Clinic for Couples and Families. She specializes in healing betrayal trauma and her team of highly trained therapists have immediate openings and offer evening and weekend appointments. If you feel distressed in your relationships and you're ready to get help, please call us at The EFT Clinic. We would love to work with you and your family members. Sessions start as low as $100. Visit theeftclinic.com for more information."
(801) 509-9602
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"Christine is a Doctor of Marriage and Family Therapy and is the owner of Sunlight Family Therapy at The EFT Clinic for Couples and Families. She specializes in healing betrayal trauma and her team of highly trained therapists have immediate openings and offer evening and weekend appointments. If you feel distressed in your relationships and you're ready to get help, please call us at The EFT Clinic. We would love to work with you and your family members. Sessions start as low as $100. Visit theeftclinic.com for more information."
Synthia Scott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
""I believe that we all need someone to talk to that can offer support and really listen and accept us for who we are without judgment. I help provide my clients with a safe place to explore issues that are preventing them from living the life that they want. My greatest reward as a therapist is to help my clients discover their strength within that allows them to make changes in their lives. These changes allow them to look forward to a future and have hope.""
(385) 290-4178
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""I believe that we all need someone to talk to that can offer support and really listen and accept us for who we are without judgment. I help provide my clients with a safe place to explore issues that are preventing them from living the life that they want. My greatest reward as a therapist is to help my clients discover their strength within that allows them to make changes in their lives. These changes allow them to look forward to a future and have hope.""
Utah Center for Evidence Based Treatment, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
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"The Utah Center for Evidence Based Treatment (UCEBT) provides comprehensive psychotherapy and medication management for complex clients. Our providers have expertise in anxiety, depression, trauma, managing stress, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, as well as child and adolescent issues. We embody the clinical scientist model, monitoring client outcomes to progress, remaining abreast of research, and teaching, within a culture of collaboration and support. We work our clients to develop treatment plans attentive to personal history, goals culture, and privacy wishes."
(801) 416-3756
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"The Utah Center for Evidence Based Treatment (UCEBT) provides comprehensive psychotherapy and medication management for complex clients. Our providers have expertise in anxiety, depression, trauma, managing stress, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, as well as child and adolescent issues. We embody the clinical scientist model, monitoring client outcomes to progress, remaining abreast of research, and teaching, within a culture of collaboration and support. We work our clients to develop treatment plans attentive to personal history, goals culture, and privacy wishes."
James Noorlander, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Having struggles can be difficult, getting therapy shouldn't be. Depression, anxiety, interpersonal conflict and stress are common, but can be managed. I do not believe in a "one size fits all" approach, but respond to my clients' unique needs and preferences. I am not here to just talk but to help you learn how to cope during that moment and all the other moments for the rest of your life. Deseret Counseling is an outpatient therapy for adults, teenagers, children and families"
(801) 418-9746
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"Having struggles can be difficult, getting therapy shouldn't be. Depression, anxiety, interpersonal conflict and stress are common, but can be managed. I do not believe in a "one size fits all" approach, but respond to my clients' unique needs and preferences. I am not here to just talk but to help you learn how to cope during that moment and all the other moments for the rest of your life. Deseret Counseling is an outpatient therapy for adults, teenagers, children and families"
Ashley Henderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I'm an experienced child and family therapist ready to assist you in dealing with life challenges that come your way. As a parent and professional, I understand the many struggles attached to this journey through life. I also work with adults in helping to discover a place of healing and happiness. I love connecting with others and creating a safe and trusting environment to feel heard or understood. I'm humbled when individuals, both children and adults, open their hearts and allow me to support them along their treatment path."
(801) 609-9379
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"I'm an experienced child and family therapist ready to assist you in dealing with life challenges that come your way. As a parent and professional, I understand the many struggles attached to this journey through life. I also work with adults in helping to discover a place of healing and happiness. I love connecting with others and creating a safe and trusting environment to feel heard or understood. I'm humbled when individuals, both children and adults, open their hearts and allow me to support them along their treatment path."
Stacy McKenzie, Counselor
Counselor, PhD, CMHC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"One of the most important things we need in our own lives is balance. This is often difficult to achieve with life's constant demands on our time and energy. Without balance, life becomes wearisome and at times, unmanageable. We begin to wonder if there is meaning in our lives or even if it's "worth the trouble." In the effort to find relief or comfort, we may find ourselves drawn to self-defeating and even destructive behaviors that offer immediate yet temporary relief. There are other options, a different perspective may help. I offer just this to my clients."
(801) 895-4268
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"One of the most important things we need in our own lives is balance. This is often difficult to achieve with life's constant demands on our time and energy. Without balance, life becomes wearisome and at times, unmanageable. We begin to wonder if there is meaning in our lives or even if it's "worth the trouble." In the effort to find relief or comfort, we may find ourselves drawn to self-defeating and even destructive behaviors that offer immediate yet temporary relief. There are other options, a different perspective may help. I offer just this to my clients."
Brittani L. Frade, Counselor
Counselor, ACMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My purpose is to foster safety and connect adolescents, couples, adults, and families with themselves and others as they start treatment. My background includes working with adolescents for the past 10 years in various treatment settings and receiving a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health counseling, specializing in Equine-Assisted Mental Health from Prescott College, am EAGALA Certified, & pursuing EFT certification. I have received advanced training in Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFT) which is a form of couple's therapy that has been empirically tested and shown excellent outcomes with many different kinds of couples. "
(801) 943-6582
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"My purpose is to foster safety and connect adolescents, couples, adults, and families with themselves and others as they start treatment. My background includes working with adolescents for the past 10 years in various treatment settings and receiving a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health counseling, specializing in Equine-Assisted Mental Health from Prescott College, am EAGALA Certified, & pursuing EFT certification. I have received advanced training in Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFT) which is a form of couple's therapy that has been empirically tested and shown excellent outcomes with many different kinds of couples. "
Julie Jardine Tucker, Counselor
Counselor, CMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My areas of expertise are PTSD, Anxiety, and Sexual Abuse. I also specialize in Couples intimacy and communication. I will see clients with Bi-Polar and Borderline Personality Disorder on a limited basis. I treat the whole person by education understanding the choices being made. I believe a person needs to understand "why" in order to fully heal and change behavior. I am a directive therapist in the respect I give assignments which will help you make the most of the therapeutic process. I am client focused therapist as I truly believe the individual knows what's best for themselves."
(385) 831-6067
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"My areas of expertise are PTSD, Anxiety, and Sexual Abuse. I also specialize in Couples intimacy and communication. I will see clients with Bi-Polar and Borderline Personality Disorder on a limited basis. I treat the whole person by education understanding the choices being made. I believe a person needs to understand "why" in order to fully heal and change behavior. I am a directive therapist in the respect I give assignments which will help you make the most of the therapeutic process. I am client focused therapist as I truly believe the individual knows what's best for themselves."
Danielle Musick
MSW, OMC
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you want to curate health, joy, and hope in your life, there are many tools that can help you achieve that goal. Health comes through engaging emotionally, physically and socially in your life. It takes great courage to ask for help but it is the first step to living a fuller and more joyful life. Success looks different for everyone. Together we can achieve more because health and healing occur in relationships."
(435) 850-4360
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"If you want to curate health, joy, and hope in your life, there are many tools that can help you achieve that goal. Health comes through engaging emotionally, physically and socially in your life. It takes great courage to ask for help but it is the first step to living a fuller and more joyful life. Success looks different for everyone. Together we can achieve more because health and healing occur in relationships."
Michael Morgan, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"There's never a convenient time to go to therapy. However, a valuable time to try is during adolescence. Young adults face many difficult challenges. This time is not only challenging for youth, but for their parents as well! Stress develops in areas of sports, religion, school, and relationships. Transitioning into adulthood can be difficult, but I've seen it be a time of great progress for clients and their loved ones. I help clients learn to cope with their current stresses and find their own unique identity and strength. Don't wait too long to start living the life you want to be living."
(801) 610-9202
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"There's never a convenient time to go to therapy. However, a valuable time to try is during adolescence. Young adults face many difficult challenges. This time is not only challenging for youth, but for their parents as well! Stress develops in areas of sports, religion, school, and relationships. Transitioning into adulthood can be difficult, but I've seen it be a time of great progress for clients and their loved ones. I help clients learn to cope with their current stresses and find their own unique identity and strength. Don't wait too long to start living the life you want to be living."
Cindy Graves, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My primary focus is to help individuals identify their true value in their authentic selves in a caring and safe environment. I created Inner Core counseling based on a belief that we can change our negative dysfunctional core beliefs into positive functional core beliefs, providing the ability to progress and bring forth that strength we all have inside of us...to overcome depression, anxiety, addictions, and grief, as well as other issues that bring unhappiness and distress into our lives. I strive to help my clients find the peace and happiness needed for a fulfilling life."
(801) 784-2915
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"My primary focus is to help individuals identify their true value in their authentic selves in a caring and safe environment. I created Inner Core counseling based on a belief that we can change our negative dysfunctional core beliefs into positive functional core beliefs, providing the ability to progress and bring forth that strength we all have inside of us...to overcome depression, anxiety, addictions, and grief, as well as other issues that bring unhappiness and distress into our lives. I strive to help my clients find the peace and happiness needed for a fulfilling life."
Ryan Calder, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in working with couples, addictions, affairs, and shame. I also address other common mental health concerns (i.e. depression, anxiety). I have worked as a therapist since 2000. Schedule now by clicking on the Website button."
(801) 709-0995
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"I specialize in working with couples, addictions, affairs, and shame. I also address other common mental health concerns (i.e. depression, anxiety). I have worked as a therapist since 2000. Schedule now by clicking on the Website button."
Linnea Smith Noyes, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Our hearts long for authentic connection to ourselves and others - and the sense of aliveness that results from being truly ourselves as we relate. Sometimes, however, reactive patterns arise and displace our competent adult functioning with unregulated emotional states such as anxiety, anger, insecurity, or depression. Often there is no context or overt memory associated with such experiences, which are thought to have their roots in insufficient neural organization. Our neural organization, as it turns out, can adapt and change, giving us access to more and more emotional freedom and contentment. "
(385) 217-5247
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"Our hearts long for authentic connection to ourselves and others - and the sense of aliveness that results from being truly ourselves as we relate. Sometimes, however, reactive patterns arise and displace our competent adult functioning with unregulated emotional states such as anxiety, anger, insecurity, or depression. Often there is no context or overt memory associated with such experiences, which are thought to have their roots in insufficient neural organization. Our neural organization, as it turns out, can adapt and change, giving us access to more and more emotional freedom and contentment. "
Susan Reynolds Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"The majority of men and women experience stress and anxiety during their lifetimes. While it may be challenging to feel overwhelmed and vulnerable, it is also exciting to achieve true growth and change. During therapy, we can pinpoint what may be causing your distress and identify the pathway toward relief. The goal of counseling is to feel less distress and more self-reliance in our ability to cope with the stresses and unforeseen challenges life brings. For the majority of my clients, after just one session they begin learning the skills needed to help themselves regain hope and cultivate confidence."
(385) 244-4827
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"The majority of men and women experience stress and anxiety during their lifetimes. While it may be challenging to feel overwhelmed and vulnerable, it is also exciting to achieve true growth and change. During therapy, we can pinpoint what may be causing your distress and identify the pathway toward relief. The goal of counseling is to feel less distress and more self-reliance in our ability to cope with the stresses and unforeseen challenges life brings. For the majority of my clients, after just one session they begin learning the skills needed to help themselves regain hope and cultivate confidence."
Sara M. Lafkas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, Ed.D., LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Entering into a therapeutic relationship is a courageous decision and a first step towards healing. I strive to create a non-judgmental atmosphere of empathy and compassion that facilitates the long-term growth my clients seek. My background includes nearly 20 years of experience in the social work field, including past work as a mental health clinician, educator, and child welfare specialist. I currently provide therapy to adults, adolescents, and couples in my practice. I help clients with concerns including anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship concerns, self-esteem, spirituality, and professional transitions."
(617) 616-8315
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"Entering into a therapeutic relationship is a courageous decision and a first step towards healing. I strive to create a non-judgmental atmosphere of empathy and compassion that facilitates the long-term growth my clients seek. My background includes nearly 20 years of experience in the social work field, including past work as a mental health clinician, educator, and child welfare specialist. I currently provide therapy to adults, adolescents, and couples in my practice. I help clients with concerns including anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship concerns, self-esteem, spirituality, and professional transitions."
Korilynn C. Bartley, Counselor
Counselor, ACMHC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you’ve been deeply wounded, you may feel alone and totally out of sorts. People may not realize how dreadfully overwhelmed you've become. You want to feel better but nothing is helping. Like the time you tried to tell loved ones what is going on? It hurt; it still hurts. They unknowingly said the wrong thing or go silent. You almost instantaneously sob, laugh, or zone out, protecting yourself from judgment. You don't want to be a burden; you just want to be understood. Desperate to hide or numb—the emotions are just too raw. The emotional rollercoaster ensues. Distrust consumes you. Life is completely exhausting and lonely. "
(385) 262-8282
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"If you’ve been deeply wounded, you may feel alone and totally out of sorts. People may not realize how dreadfully overwhelmed you've become. You want to feel better but nothing is helping. Like the time you tried to tell loved ones what is going on? It hurt; it still hurts. They unknowingly said the wrong thing or go silent. You almost instantaneously sob, laugh, or zone out, protecting yourself from judgment. You don't want to be a burden; you just want to be understood. Desperate to hide or numb—the emotions are just too raw. The emotional rollercoaster ensues. Distrust consumes you. Life is completely exhausting and lonely. "
Carolyn Memmott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you a person who has emotional ups and downs on a regular basis? Do you need more time to process information in order to make a decision? Do negative/positive experiences affect you deeply? Do you or others say you are "too" sensitive? Do you tend to feel depressed and/or anxious when responding to expectations of others and self? Being an individual who struggles to manage these traits can be discouraging. Most people use their analytical mind to find a solution or believe their circumstances must change to be happy. This cycle of frustration and effort may leave you and loved ones feeling overwhelmed, doubtful and confused."
(801) 829-9726
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"Are you a person who has emotional ups and downs on a regular basis? Do you need more time to process information in order to make a decision? Do negative/positive experiences affect you deeply? Do you or others say you are "too" sensitive? Do you tend to feel depressed and/or anxious when responding to expectations of others and self? Being an individual who struggles to manage these traits can be discouraging. Most people use their analytical mind to find a solution or believe their circumstances must change to be happy. This cycle of frustration and effort may leave you and loved ones feeling overwhelmed, doubtful and confused."

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