Emily Hawkins
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CYT Verified
Verified
I am passionate about working with individuals build upon their unique strengths, transform difficulties and build long term tools for sustainable, joyful living. Mental health is more than a thought process - it is compilation of many unique factors that effect our day to day lives. I work with individuals to move through current roadblocks, while also exploring the many aspects of a person's life that impact our wellbeing. This proactive approach to mental health focuses on long lasting change and creating a strong foundation in joy, wellbeing and resilience to buffer against future difficulties.
Attachment-based
(801) 853-8098
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Attachment-based
I am passionate about working with individuals build upon their unique strengths, transform difficulties and build long term tools for sustainable, joyful living. Mental health is more than a thought process - it is compilation of many unique factors that effect our day to day lives. I work with individuals to move through current roadblocks, while also exploring the many aspects of a person's life that impact our wellbeing. This proactive approach to mental health focuses on long lasting change and creating a strong foundation in joy, wellbeing and resilience to buffer against future difficulties.
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Natasha Helfer
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CST, CST-S Verified
Verified
Are you, or is someone you love, facing a faith transition that is affecting your relationships and other areas of your life? ​ Are you LGBT+ and looking for services that will support your journey? ​ Do you have sexuality concerns or are you looking for a sex-positive perspective? ​ Are you dealing with issues that require sexual healing?
Attachment-based
(833) 424-0169
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Attachment-based
Are you, or is someone you love, facing a faith transition that is affecting your relationships and other areas of your life? ​ Are you LGBT+ and looking for services that will support your journey? ​ Do you have sexuality concerns or are you looking for a sex-positive perspective? ​ Are you dealing with issues that require sexual healing?
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Tara Dewitt
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW Verified
Verified
Welcome! I truly respect and admire you for taking this step toward self-discovery and growth, and I would be honored to be part of your journey. Therapy is simply a path that can lead you to the answers you already have inside yourself. Anyone can benefit from this kind of support and guidance, and no problem is too minor, common, severe, or unusual to be explored and healed. I'm committed to, and passionate about, working with people to help them find healing, deeper meaning and fulfillment in their lives. And I offer a safe, non-judgmental, environment where each person can feel seen and heard.
Attachment-based
(801) 316-8091
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Attachment-based
Welcome! I truly respect and admire you for taking this step toward self-discovery and growth, and I would be honored to be part of your journey. Therapy is simply a path that can lead you to the answers you already have inside yourself. Anyone can benefit from this kind of support and guidance, and no problem is too minor, common, severe, or unusual to be explored and healed. I'm committed to, and passionate about, working with people to help them find healing, deeper meaning and fulfillment in their lives. And I offer a safe, non-judgmental, environment where each person can feel seen and heard.
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Joy Bouchard
CSW, MSW Verified
Verified
One of my favorite quotes by Brené Brown says, "Shame corrodes the very part of us that believes we are capable of change." No matter what you've been through or where you are now, I strongly believe you have the power to heal and become the best version of yourself. When we go through a challenging or traumatic event, our sense of self can become tainted, we may feel lost, and we may even no longer view ourselves as powerful, strong, or courageous. It can be scary to navigate that alone.
Attachment-based
(385) 270-8648
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Attachment-based
One of my favorite quotes by Brené Brown says, "Shame corrodes the very part of us that believes we are capable of change." No matter what you've been through or where you are now, I strongly believe you have the power to heal and become the best version of yourself. When we go through a challenging or traumatic event, our sense of self can become tainted, we may feel lost, and we may even no longer view ourselves as powerful, strong, or courageous. It can be scary to navigate that alone.
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Andrea Lauritzen
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, CSW Verified
Verified
Andrea believes in empowering the indomitable spirit of individuals to overcome even the most horrific challenges in life. Because we are human and live in a world filled with poor choices, illness, and accidents, all of us will feel a little broken at times. This is normal, and can be a beautiful thing. As creative beings we experience, process and understand life through play and creativity. Andrea uses these natural processing techniques throughout the healing process for both children and adults.
Attachment-based
(385) 449-3721
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Attachment-based
Andrea believes in empowering the indomitable spirit of individuals to overcome even the most horrific challenges in life. Because we are human and live in a world filled with poor choices, illness, and accidents, all of us will feel a little broken at times. This is normal, and can be a beautiful thing. As creative beings we experience, process and understand life through play and creativity. Andrea uses these natural processing techniques throughout the healing process for both children and adults.
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Julee Loces
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, CSW Verified
Verified
**I am currently full and unfortunately do not have any openings at this time. Please contact me if you would like to be connected to another clinician at our group private practice, Peace Balance and Joy Consulting, or to be placed on my waitlist** I use a person-centered, individualized approach to therapy. I understand everyone is unique with their own values, experiences, and struggles in life. My goal is to build a trusting relationship with my clients in a safe environment, so they can feel heard and motivated to make small steps towards positive changes in their lives.
Attachment-based
(435) 383-4963
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Attachment-based
**I am currently full and unfortunately do not have any openings at this time. Please contact me if you would like to be connected to another clinician at our group private practice, Peace Balance and Joy Consulting, or to be placed on my waitlist** I use a person-centered, individualized approach to therapy. I understand everyone is unique with their own values, experiences, and struggles in life. My goal is to build a trusting relationship with my clients in a safe environment, so they can feel heard and motivated to make small steps towards positive changes in their lives.
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Jennifer Putnam
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern Verified
Verified
Have you been feeling alone, misunderstood and stuck in the same situation for a long time, unable to see the light at the end of the tunnel? Do you wish that there was more love and warmth between you and your partner? Maybe you're stuck in the clutches of addiction, faith crisis or debilitating depression and feel that you have no one else to turn to. I understand these tough places and I firmly believe that breaking free from shame while establishing safety is the key to unlocking our ability to heal.
Attachment-based
(435) 246-0938
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Attachment-based
Have you been feeling alone, misunderstood and stuck in the same situation for a long time, unable to see the light at the end of the tunnel? Do you wish that there was more love and warmth between you and your partner? Maybe you're stuck in the clutches of addiction, faith crisis or debilitating depression and feel that you have no one else to turn to. I understand these tough places and I firmly believe that breaking free from shame while establishing safety is the key to unlocking our ability to heal.
Stacy Jones
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT Verified
Verified
I am currently on clinical sabbatical and am not providing psychotherapy services at this time.
Attachment-based
(435) 216-9937
Verified

Attachment-based
I am currently on clinical sabbatical and am not providing psychotherapy services at this time.
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Jennifer Solosko
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CEFT Verified
Verified
My purpose is to help individuals, couples, and families experience hope, healing, and emotional growth. I help people discover the strength and resources within, provide new tools and help people achieve their goals.My main purpose is to help clients achieve more secure bonds, improve attachment, promote healthy relationships and resilience. I love working with individuals who know what they want and are ready to work hard to achieve it!
Attachment-based
(801) 896-9945
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Attachment-based
My purpose is to help individuals, couples, and families experience hope, healing, and emotional growth. I help people discover the strength and resources within, provide new tools and help people achieve their goals.My main purpose is to help clients achieve more secure bonds, improve attachment, promote healthy relationships and resilience. I love working with individuals who know what they want and are ready to work hard to achieve it!
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Phillip Candland
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT Verified
Verified
NOW ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS! Feeling disconnected from or wounded by your partner is painful. Fighting and not communicating can feel hopeless about your relationship and that things will never change. Having a partner that cheated on you or is struggling with a porn addiction is painful and can break trust making you feel like you’re not enough. Being the one with an addiction is weighted with shame and criticism, along with guilt for hurting the one you love. Negative criticism and tearing yourself down leads to depression and feelings of worthlessness.
Attachment-based
(435) 236-2931
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Attachment-based
NOW ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS! Feeling disconnected from or wounded by your partner is painful. Fighting and not communicating can feel hopeless about your relationship and that things will never change. Having a partner that cheated on you or is struggling with a porn addiction is painful and can break trust making you feel like you’re not enough. Being the one with an addiction is weighted with shame and criticism, along with guilt for hurting the one you love. Negative criticism and tearing yourself down leads to depression and feelings of worthlessness.
Becky Bowles
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW Verified
Verified
Living during times of crisis can be more stressful and overwhelming, which can make dealing with stress, anxiety, depression and relationship issues even harder. Asking for help, and taking time to take care of you is a healthy and important part of handling it all. With all of us going through so much, it's even more important than ever to take good care of ourselves. I specialize in helping people with relationship issues, LDS faith crisis/transition, grief and loss, and living a life of authenticity.
Attachment-based
(385) 355-7494
Verified
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Attachment-based
Living during times of crisis can be more stressful and overwhelming, which can make dealing with stress, anxiety, depression and relationship issues even harder. Asking for help, and taking time to take care of you is a healthy and important part of handling it all. With all of us going through so much, it's even more important than ever to take good care of ourselves. I specialize in helping people with relationship issues, LDS faith crisis/transition, grief and loss, and living a life of authenticity.
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Jenny Maldonado
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT Verified
Verified
Feeling stuck? With purpose and compassion, I work beside individuals, couples, and families who want to move forward beyond emotional and relationship distress. My respectful, collaborative approach will support you in this process. My background working with couples, individuals, and adolescents helps heal trauma as well as strengthen self-worth and expression. It's about building and restoring emotional and relationship health. As an MFT, I implement client centered and relationship driven models.
Attachment-based
(385) 217-5675
Verified
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Attachment-based
Feeling stuck? With purpose and compassion, I work beside individuals, couples, and families who want to move forward beyond emotional and relationship distress. My respectful, collaborative approach will support you in this process. My background working with couples, individuals, and adolescents helps heal trauma as well as strengthen self-worth and expression. It's about building and restoring emotional and relationship health. As an MFT, I implement client centered and relationship driven models.
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Landmark Family Counseling
Counselor, CMHC Verified
Verified
I mainly treat anxiety and depressive disorders. I work with all age groups and find the variety rewarding. I can provide talk therapy, but prefer to do more experiential and expressive modalities. I am a registered play therapist.
Attachment-based
(385) 250-0275
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Attachment-based
I mainly treat anxiety and depressive disorders. I work with all age groups and find the variety rewarding. I can provide talk therapy, but prefer to do more experiential and expressive modalities. I am a registered play therapist.
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Ashlee Jacobs
Counselor, MS, CMHC Verified
Verified
I have experience working with teens, adults, and families in a wide range of therapeutic environments, such as outpatient therapy, residential treatment centers, and hospital settings. I provide an integrative, relational approach to therapy that incorporates cognitive-behavioral, family systems, and psychodynamic theories. I aim to meet each and every client where they are, and provide a safe and accepting space in which individuals can feel truly seen and heard.
Attachment-based
(385) 212-4688
Verified
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Attachment-based
I have experience working with teens, adults, and families in a wide range of therapeutic environments, such as outpatient therapy, residential treatment centers, and hospital settings. I provide an integrative, relational approach to therapy that incorporates cognitive-behavioral, family systems, and psychodynamic theories. I aim to meet each and every client where they are, and provide a safe and accepting space in which individuals can feel truly seen and heard.
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Dylan Wallace
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, QCSW, EMDR Verified
Verified
I believe that each person has the potential to live the life they truly want and that lasting change is possible. As a strengths-based therapist, client's strengths are built on and utilized in therapy to help the client work through the difficulties they are experiencing. I create a space where you can tell me anything without fear of judgment or me telling you how you should live life. Therapy is an interactive process and it shouldn’t look the same for each person. In addition to talk-therapy, I believe each person responds to different techniques and many times this includes use of music, art, and experiential interventions.
Attachment-based
(970) 239-8937
Verified
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Attachment-based
I believe that each person has the potential to live the life they truly want and that lasting change is possible. As a strengths-based therapist, client's strengths are built on and utilized in therapy to help the client work through the difficulties they are experiencing. I create a space where you can tell me anything without fear of judgment or me telling you how you should live life. Therapy is an interactive process and it shouldn’t look the same for each person. In addition to talk-therapy, I believe each person responds to different techniques and many times this includes use of music, art, and experiential interventions.
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Max Dahmen
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW Verified
Verified
My 10 years in the mental health field has exposed me to a variety of challenges from deescalating unsafe situations to mediating complex relationship barriers. In my experience trauma, depression, anxiety, family/spouse conflict, and addiction can all create a sense of feeling stuck, unfulfilled and alone. In some cases, these struggles can be intimidating to address without help. My belief is that therapy acts as a safe place for you to address those struggles in an empowering way. One that gives a sense of purpose, and leaves you feeling connected.
Attachment-based
(435) 228-7938
Verified
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Attachment-based
My 10 years in the mental health field has exposed me to a variety of challenges from deescalating unsafe situations to mediating complex relationship barriers. In my experience trauma, depression, anxiety, family/spouse conflict, and addiction can all create a sense of feeling stuck, unfulfilled and alone. In some cases, these struggles can be intimidating to address without help. My belief is that therapy acts as a safe place for you to address those struggles in an empowering way. One that gives a sense of purpose, and leaves you feeling connected.
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Brenda Dowse
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW Verified
Verified
I am not currently taking new clients. Have you noticed a change in your child? Maybe you got a call from your child’s school or your child isn’t as connected to the family right now? If you are wondering about therapy, email me. I have 20 years of experience with children and I am happy to consult with you via email. To create improvement, we work together as a team. We rely on building from your child’s strengths and discuss solutions. We separate your child from their behaviors and we work to build skills that promote healthy behaviors. How? Through building bonds and through specific activities, play, and talking.
Attachment-based
(385) 399-1579
Verified
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Attachment-based
I am not currently taking new clients. Have you noticed a change in your child? Maybe you got a call from your child’s school or your child isn’t as connected to the family right now? If you are wondering about therapy, email me. I have 20 years of experience with children and I am happy to consult with you via email. To create improvement, we work together as a team. We rely on building from your child’s strengths and discuss solutions. We separate your child from their behaviors and we work to build skills that promote healthy behaviors. How? Through building bonds and through specific activities, play, and talking.
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Stefanie Minen
Counselor, MS, CMHC Verified
Verified
I am trained in Object Relations Psychotherapy and use techniques that enhance self-understanding and help people who are suffering from self-defeating problems that are limiting in relationships, work and life. I go beyond focusing on symptoms to understanding the whole person.
Attachment-based
(385) 626-7109
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Attachment-based
I am trained in Object Relations Psychotherapy and use techniques that enhance self-understanding and help people who are suffering from self-defeating problems that are limiting in relationships, work and life. I go beyond focusing on symptoms to understanding the whole person.
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Andrew Briefer
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT Verified
Verified
I work extensively with adults, adolescents, couples and families addressing the challenges in creating a satisfying and meaningful life. Often times we can feel stuck in our lives, using emotion-regulation and relational skills that served us in the past. Like outdated software, these skills no longer serve us as we have matured, as our circumstances have changed or as we have developed relationships with others who bring a different relational culture. This sense of stuckness may lead to depression, anxiety, addictions, compulsions and/or relational difficulties that leads people to work with me.
Attachment-based
(801) 754-4528
Verified
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Attachment-based
I work extensively with adults, adolescents, couples and families addressing the challenges in creating a satisfying and meaningful life. Often times we can feel stuck in our lives, using emotion-regulation and relational skills that served us in the past. Like outdated software, these skills no longer serve us as we have matured, as our circumstances have changed or as we have developed relationships with others who bring a different relational culture. This sense of stuckness may lead to depression, anxiety, addictions, compulsions and/or relational difficulties that leads people to work with me.
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Lisa Menninger
Counselor, CMHC Verified
Verified
I come to the counseling profession with 20+ years in athletics and wellness as a coach, trainer, corporate speaker, and wellness consultant. I returned to school and received my Masters in Mental Health Counseling for the purpose of treating the whole client, in an integrated way. My approach is client-centered, meeting people where they are, working from a place best suited for that person. I feel this is the most important element of treatment. I work to empower individuals in a caring, containing and compassionate space, to explore and improve personal relationships, particularly with self.
Attachment-based
(385) 626-7286
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Attachment-based
I come to the counseling profession with 20+ years in athletics and wellness as a coach, trainer, corporate speaker, and wellness consultant. I returned to school and received my Masters in Mental Health Counseling for the purpose of treating the whole client, in an integrated way. My approach is client-centered, meeting people where they are, working from a place best suited for that person. I feel this is the most important element of treatment. I work to empower individuals in a caring, containing and compassionate space, to explore and improve personal relationships, particularly with self.

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Attachment-based Therapists
Attachment-based therapy in Utah is form of therapy that applies to interventions or approaches based on attachment theory, which explains how the relationship a parent has with its child influences development. These Therapists in Utah can help with Utah Attachment based therapy.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Utah are able to work with a wide range of issues and communities, including the BIPOC community in Utah. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in Utah

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Utah you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Utah and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Utah or family therapy in Utah.


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