Darrell W Lewis Jr. MSW CSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CSW, CSAC, CDVC
Verified by Psychology Today
"When was the last time you had a good nights sleep, or could associate without that tight stress in the pit of your stomach, and or shoulders. How often to you find yourself frowning or feeling low and tired when you thought you were smiling and happy. How many of you use substances and want to quit, or you know you need to quit but Struggle due to an addiction? You’re not alone and there is help for you. Hi my name is Darrell Lewis and I work with people who suffer with addictions of all kinds, with depressions, anxieties, substance abuse issues with the law, personal stress issues, marital conflict, etc. The most important thing you can get out of this is that you don’t need to keep suffering. You have probably heard from friends and family “get over it,” or you need to “Chill.” Rarely do you hear them say “I feel you need to talk to someone for help, how about I help you find a experienced counselor who can help you find peace.” To many family members or friends try to be a therapist, the only problem with this is they are biased and only see things from a subjective point. They may not realize you are suffering and really struggling."
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(435) 414-6487
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"When was the last time you had a good nights sleep, or could associate without that tight stress in the pit of your stomach, and or shoulders. How often to you find yourself frowning or feeling low and tired when you thought you were smiling and happy. How many of you use substances and want to quit, or you know you need to quit but Struggle due to an addiction? You’re not alone and there is help for you. Hi my name is Darrell Lewis and I work with people who suffer with addictions of all kinds, with depressions, anxieties, substance abuse issues with the law, personal stress issues, marital conflict, etc. The most important thing you can get out of this is that you don’t need to keep suffering. You have probably heard from friends and family “get over it,” or you need to “Chill.” Rarely do you hear them say “I feel you need to talk to someone for help, how about I help you find a experienced counselor who can help you find peace.” To many family members or friends try to be a therapist, the only problem with this is they are biased and only see things from a subjective point. They may not realize you are suffering and really struggling."
Elana Olson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in working with adults and teens who have experienced childhood sexual trauma. I also work with relationship concerns, domestic violence, depression, anxiety, stress, and life-adjustment problems. I have years of experience working with teens and young adults struggling with mood disorders, family dynamics, coping skills, and emotional regulation. I provide a peaceful and supportive environment to explore past traumas, discuss current concerns, and plan for a more fulfilling future. I believe that each of us has the capacity for healing and growth, and that within us we contain the answers for a more joyful life. "
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(801) 683-5841
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"I specialize in working with adults and teens who have experienced childhood sexual trauma. I also work with relationship concerns, domestic violence, depression, anxiety, stress, and life-adjustment problems. I have years of experience working with teens and young adults struggling with mood disorders, family dynamics, coping skills, and emotional regulation. I provide a peaceful and supportive environment to explore past traumas, discuss current concerns, and plan for a more fulfilling future. I believe that each of us has the capacity for healing and growth, and that within us we contain the answers for a more joyful life. "
Elizabeth Kopaigora Family Mental Health, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with a variety of clientele---beginning professionally 20 years ago. I have helped children, adolescents, adults, families, couples and parents with a wide variety of disorders and issues including: PTSD, children's issues, adolescent's issues, parenting skills, marital improvement, depression, anxiety, special needs, addictions, LDS, spirituality, and multicultural issues. I have also ran successful: social skills, parenting, sex addiction and attachment groups as a professional counselor."
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(801) 682-4383
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"I work with a variety of clientele---beginning professionally 20 years ago. I have helped children, adolescents, adults, families, couples and parents with a wide variety of disorders and issues including: PTSD, children's issues, adolescent's issues, parenting skills, marital improvement, depression, anxiety, special needs, addictions, LDS, spirituality, and multicultural issues. I have also ran successful: social skills, parenting, sex addiction and attachment groups as a professional counselor."
Tracy Golden, Counselor
Counselor, PhD, CMHC, MSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Let me take you to the heart of the matter in therapy that is collaborative and effective. If you are coming in as a couple, I will guide you out of distress and back to loving connection, paying close attention to emotional intimacy, differences in sexual desire, chronic fighting, communication breakdowns and betrayals. If you would like individual attention, we will build you a life with meaning, purpose and passion by healing wounds from the past that negatively affect your present life. I have extensive experience addressing depression, co-dependency, dating, anxiety, identity exploration, and grief and loss."
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(801) 919-8092
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"Let me take you to the heart of the matter in therapy that is collaborative and effective. If you are coming in as a couple, I will guide you out of distress and back to loving connection, paying close attention to emotional intimacy, differences in sexual desire, chronic fighting, communication breakdowns and betrayals. If you would like individual attention, we will build you a life with meaning, purpose and passion by healing wounds from the past that negatively affect your present life. I have extensive experience addressing depression, co-dependency, dating, anxiety, identity exploration, and grief and loss."
April Riney, Counselor
Counselor, CMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
""I just want to feel like me again!" My passion is helping people who have experienced trauma begin to feel like themselves again. Often, this includes finding an even more aware and authentic self. Together we will explore how your trauma has impacted you and practice skills like mindfulness, that can be helpful for you to relieve the distress that you're experiencing. My experience as a trauma-informed therapist has taught me how to both work through the trauma and to find moments of laughter and creativity within the process so as to create a welcoming, healing, space."
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(385) 247-0592
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
""I just want to feel like me again!" My passion is helping people who have experienced trauma begin to feel like themselves again. Often, this includes finding an even more aware and authentic self. Together we will explore how your trauma has impacted you and practice skills like mindfulness, that can be helpful for you to relieve the distress that you're experiencing. My experience as a trauma-informed therapist has taught me how to both work through the trauma and to find moments of laughter and creativity within the process so as to create a welcoming, healing, space."
Myles Quinton Davis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I deeply value creating brave, affirming spaces free of shame for clients to discover their authentic selves. I invite you to show up as you are with all the complexities that have left you labeled as ‘difficult’, ‘untreatable’, or feeling unworthy of healing and growth. I work from a non-pathological approach, meaning we will look beyond the diagnoses and work on the root causes of issues bringing stress and suffering in your life. I am a strong advocate for self-compassion and believe humor and authenticity are the elements to a strong relationship; these tools are paramount to the way I engage in a therapeutic relationship."
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(801) 251-1480
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"I deeply value creating brave, affirming spaces free of shame for clients to discover their authentic selves. I invite you to show up as you are with all the complexities that have left you labeled as ‘difficult’, ‘untreatable’, or feeling unworthy of healing and growth. I work from a non-pathological approach, meaning we will look beyond the diagnoses and work on the root causes of issues bringing stress and suffering in your life. I am a strong advocate for self-compassion and believe humor and authenticity are the elements to a strong relationship; these tools are paramount to the way I engage in a therapeutic relationship."
Sarah-June Carroll, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CMBEC
Verified by Psychology Today
"*Immediate Openings* Is your body sending you signals that something is out of balance, unresolved, or needing your attention? The mind-body connection is a powerful doorway for growth. In our work together, I seek to engage your whole personhood; body, mind, and spirit. Valuing a mind-body approach allows me to view emotional and physical symptoms as signs of a deeper struggle with self-worth, emotional pain, and connection with self/others. This can be especially useful for adults dealing with anxiety, depression, stress, changing life circumstances, grief, self-worth, family-of-origin concerns, and/or health concerns. "
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(801) 693-4630
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"*Immediate Openings* Is your body sending you signals that something is out of balance, unresolved, or needing your attention? The mind-body connection is a powerful doorway for growth. In our work together, I seek to engage your whole personhood; body, mind, and spirit. Valuing a mind-body approach allows me to view emotional and physical symptoms as signs of a deeper struggle with self-worth, emotional pain, and connection with self/others. This can be especially useful for adults dealing with anxiety, depression, stress, changing life circumstances, grief, self-worth, family-of-origin concerns, and/or health concerns. "
Dr. Katie Grace MacElveen, Counselor
Counselor, PhD, LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"We all experience difficulties. We are all worthy of love and belonging. I provide a safe haven, a supportive non-judgmental place to grow and heal. I enjoy sharing the journey as motivated individuals and couples release patterns which no longer serve them, while discovering their strengths, resilience, goals, and, new ways of being and sharing. Sometimes, we need to acknowledge our limitations and reach for help to find our way. I am here for clients as they explore feelings and needs, and discover paths to more vibrant, connected lives ~ while making changes, or being with "what is" with new perspectives."
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(385) 215-8672
Verified
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"We all experience difficulties. We are all worthy of love and belonging. I provide a safe haven, a supportive non-judgmental place to grow and heal. I enjoy sharing the journey as motivated individuals and couples release patterns which no longer serve them, while discovering their strengths, resilience, goals, and, new ways of being and sharing. Sometimes, we need to acknowledge our limitations and reach for help to find our way. I am here for clients as they explore feelings and needs, and discover paths to more vibrant, connected lives ~ while making changes, or being with "what is" with new perspectives."
Monarch Family Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, RPT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you struggling with life right now? Maybe you feel stressed out or down all the time? Perhaps you're going through a rough patch or you're looking to improve your relationships with friends, family, or a spouse. Or, maybe your child is struggling. Are they're stressed? Angry? Sad? Reaching out for help is the first courageous step towards making positive changes and improving your quality of life. Change is scary and it can be hard but, sometimes all it takes is a listening ear, a fresh perspective, or new skills to bring about lifelong positive change."
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(801) 896-9471
Verified
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"Are you struggling with life right now? Maybe you feel stressed out or down all the time? Perhaps you're going through a rough patch or you're looking to improve your relationships with friends, family, or a spouse. Or, maybe your child is struggling. Are they're stressed? Angry? Sad? Reaching out for help is the first courageous step towards making positive changes and improving your quality of life. Change is scary and it can be hard but, sometimes all it takes is a listening ear, a fresh perspective, or new skills to bring about lifelong positive change."
Laken Shirey, Counselor
Counselor, MEd, ACMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"What do you notice in the quiet moments of your life? It might be self-criticism, guilt, or shame. Maybe you get stuck in the past, trying to figure out what went wrong, or preparing for every possible future scenario. For some people, there are no quiet moments, and for others, every second feels like deafening silence, even in a crowded room. Superficial interactions leave us feeling unseen, ignored, and alone. You deserve a time and space to be fully present and authentic without fear of judgment, dismissal, or empty platitudes. "
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(435) 893-7837
Verified
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"What do you notice in the quiet moments of your life? It might be self-criticism, guilt, or shame. Maybe you get stuck in the past, trying to figure out what went wrong, or preparing for every possible future scenario. For some people, there are no quiet moments, and for others, every second feels like deafening silence, even in a crowded room. Superficial interactions leave us feeling unseen, ignored, and alone. You deserve a time and space to be fully present and authentic without fear of judgment, dismissal, or empty platitudes. "
Brandon Bunker Aspen Ridge Counseling, Counselor
Counselor, LCMHC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe in the healing nature of secure relationships. When you engage in therapy its my goal to create a safe environment for you to express and explore your story. This helps us both better understand what's happening. I know what it feels like to be lost, broken, confused, or frustrated in life. Together we can help you strengthen your abilities to cope with the twist and turns of life. I work compassionately with no judgement. I welcome feedback on our work so I can improve how I work with you."
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(844) 432-4860
Verified
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"I believe in the healing nature of secure relationships. When you engage in therapy its my goal to create a safe environment for you to express and explore your story. This helps us both better understand what's happening. I know what it feels like to be lost, broken, confused, or frustrated in life. Together we can help you strengthen your abilities to cope with the twist and turns of life. I work compassionately with no judgement. I welcome feedback on our work so I can improve how I work with you."
Jenny Johnson, Counselor
Counselor, MS, CMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Therapeutic Recreation from Brigham Young University and a Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix. I have been a director over substance abuse and mental health programs, working with a variety of clients. I am experienced in adult and adolescent addiction, depression, anxiety, PTSD, interpersonal and relationship issues, personality disorders, and victim issues stemming from all areas of abuse; as well as additional training in trauma and domestic violence. One of my passions is running a Women's Empowerment group, which I have done for the last six years."
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(385) 219-4831
Verified
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Therapeutic Recreation from Brigham Young University and a Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix. I have been a director over substance abuse and mental health programs, working with a variety of clients. I am experienced in adult and adolescent addiction, depression, anxiety, PTSD, interpersonal and relationship issues, personality disorders, and victim issues stemming from all areas of abuse; as well as additional training in trauma and domestic violence. One of my passions is running a Women's Empowerment group, which I have done for the last six years."
Ed D Vaka'uta, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Improving your mental and emotional health is my passion. In my 18 years of counseling experience I have had great success in helping people overcome addictions, depression, anxiety and marital problems. To achieve this I provide intelligence based counseling and the most responsible standardized instruments to assess whether treatment is relevant and effective."
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(801) 916-5132
Verified
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"Improving your mental and emotional health is my passion. In my 18 years of counseling experience I have had great success in helping people overcome addictions, depression, anxiety and marital problems. To achieve this I provide intelligence based counseling and the most responsible standardized instruments to assess whether treatment is relevant and effective."
NeuroImaginal Institute Dr. Shannon Simonelli, Art Therapist
Art Therapist, PhD, ATR
Verified by Psychology Today
"We all need support, life brings challenge, unexpected change, transitions and requited growth. My clients many feel the pressure of perfectionism, feeling not-good-enough or second guessing themselves, feeling stuck in life. They may have physical or emotional pain and a big stress over load. Often feeling pulled in too many directions, with too many responsibilities, caring for too many projects or people. They can feel lost or adrift, that life is not progressing or as meaningful or happy as they had hoped. Grief & loss build up & worry about the ability to change can immobilize so they often feel stuck & afraid in life. "
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(801) 980-9365
Verified
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"We all need support, life brings challenge, unexpected change, transitions and requited growth. My clients many feel the pressure of perfectionism, feeling not-good-enough or second guessing themselves, feeling stuck in life. They may have physical or emotional pain and a big stress over load. Often feeling pulled in too many directions, with too many responsibilities, caring for too many projects or people. They can feel lost or adrift, that life is not progressing or as meaningful or happy as they had hoped. Grief & loss build up & worry about the ability to change can immobilize so they often feel stuck & afraid in life. "
Gillan Smith, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"You can learn/re-learn to be happy. I can teach you what to do to create peace within yourself and balance within your relationships. In just a few sessions you can begin to let go of anxiety and self defeating thoughts. You can learn to love yourself and find your path forward. You can begin to let go of difficult emotions. You can get back to enjoying the emotional connections you want and safety you are hoping for. "
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(844) 812-5960
Verified
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"You can learn/re-learn to be happy. I can teach you what to do to create peace within yourself and balance within your relationships. In just a few sessions you can begin to let go of anxiety and self defeating thoughts. You can learn to love yourself and find your path forward. You can begin to let go of difficult emotions. You can get back to enjoying the emotional connections you want and safety you are hoping for. "
Erin Gibson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life transitions are an unavoidable part of the human experience though we need not stop living a valued life during changing life circumstances. I believe every individual holds the strength, intuition and ability to heal from suffering. I work to help client's identify and tap into their power and confidence to live a rich and balanced life where past experiences do not define or diminish self worth. I work collaboratively with clients to set up and work toward living a desired life and a regained sense of control even in the face of trauma and pain."
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(801) 528-1493
Verified
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"Life transitions are an unavoidable part of the human experience though we need not stop living a valued life during changing life circumstances. I believe every individual holds the strength, intuition and ability to heal from suffering. I work to help client's identify and tap into their power and confidence to live a rich and balanced life where past experiences do not define or diminish self worth. I work collaboratively with clients to set up and work toward living a desired life and a regained sense of control even in the face of trauma and pain."
Kate Handy
Verified by Psychology Today
"Let's face it, life can be challenging at times. Whether that means you can't find joy, escape the overwhelming nature of parenting, or move past loss. It's during these moments that people seek out competent therapists to process pain, learn skills to weather grief, or develop love for oneself. I specialize in the whole person. Meaning, I know the impact that relationships, upbringing, parenting, and other aspects of life you are intertwined with affect you."
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(801) 316-8184
Verified
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"Let's face it, life can be challenging at times. Whether that means you can't find joy, escape the overwhelming nature of parenting, or move past loss. It's during these moments that people seek out competent therapists to process pain, learn skills to weather grief, or develop love for oneself. I specialize in the whole person. Meaning, I know the impact that relationships, upbringing, parenting, and other aspects of life you are intertwined with affect you."
Paige Zuckerman, Counselor
Counselor, MEd, CMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"When was the last time you felt you could bring your whole self into your life? How would it feel to be certain of who you truly are and your abundant resilience? As your counselor, I will work with you to explore the ways in which you can become the expert on you! I work from several evidence-based and trauma-informed therapy models with adult individuals, couples & groups. I am experienced in areas of trauma, attachment, health and healthcare issues, life & belief transitions, gender & LGBTQ+ & alternative relationship issues."
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(385) 245-2602
Verified
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"When was the last time you felt you could bring your whole self into your life? How would it feel to be certain of who you truly are and your abundant resilience? As your counselor, I will work with you to explore the ways in which you can become the expert on you! I work from several evidence-based and trauma-informed therapy models with adult individuals, couples & groups. I am experienced in areas of trauma, attachment, health and healthcare issues, life & belief transitions, gender & LGBTQ+ & alternative relationship issues."
Olivia Nicole Verbeck, Counselor
Counselor, LCMHC , LSUDC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have experience in working with adults in treating trauma, substance abuse issues, domestic violence, anger management issues; along with depression and anxiety. I believe in giving clients space and acceptance in order to better understand my clients, so that I can then help my clients better understand themselves. Trusting someone to share your story with can be scary or intimidating and I get that. I am always grateful for the growth I see in my clients, it continues to bring me hope that I can share with others."
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(801) 872-7401
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"I have experience in working with adults in treating trauma, substance abuse issues, domestic violence, anger management issues; along with depression and anxiety. I believe in giving clients space and acceptance in order to better understand my clients, so that I can then help my clients better understand themselves. Trusting someone to share your story with can be scary or intimidating and I get that. I am always grateful for the growth I see in my clients, it continues to bring me hope that I can share with others."
Bryan Teuscher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Problems come in all shapes and sizes. It is common for problems of any size to become overwhelming and result in stress, anxiety, depression, and any number of negative emotions. Often we turn to unhealthy ways of dealing with those emotions and it helps having someone we trust to help us find more effective, safer ways to feel better. That is my goal in working with individuals and families: to build a trusting relationship that allows them to explore their problems and find healthy responses that bring peace."
Attachment-based
Multicultural
(385) 707-0034
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Attachment-based
Multicultural
"Problems come in all shapes and sizes. It is common for problems of any size to become overwhelming and result in stress, anxiety, depression, and any number of negative emotions. Often we turn to unhealthy ways of dealing with those emotions and it helps having someone we trust to help us find more effective, safer ways to feel better. That is my goal in working with individuals and families: to build a trusting relationship that allows them to explore their problems and find healthy responses that bring peace."

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