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"I believe humans are wired for connection and meaning and that most of our struggles in life are intimately tied to how we experience relationships with others or how we find purpose. I have worked for almost 10 years in various capacities with individuals, couples, and families who have struggled with myriad issues, including anxiety, depression, marital distress and infidelity, sexual and religious identity conflicts, addiction, shame, poor coping mechanisms, and more. My focus is to guide clients in identifying patterns in their lives and relationships that are causing distress or keeping them from living in harmony with their goals."
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"I believe humans are wired for connection and meaning and that most of our struggles in life are intimately tied to how we experience relationships with others or how we find purpose. I have worked for almost 10 years in various capacities with individuals, couples, and families who have struggled with myriad issues, including anxiety, depression, marital distress and infidelity, sexual and religious identity conflicts, addiction, shame, poor coping mechanisms, and more. My focus is to guide clients in identifying patterns in their lives and relationships that are causing distress or keeping them from living in harmony with their goals."
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"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."
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(801) 316-8184
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"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."
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"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."
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(385) 393-1591
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"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."
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"I am passionate about providing a safe space and guiding interventions so that clients can find healing and wholeness emotionally, socially, mentally, physically, and spiritually. Whether your experiencing an emotional struggle, relationship difficulties, life transition, loss or grief, unresolved trauma, struggle with self worth, addiction, or mental health issue, I can guide you through the process of change with empathy, support, and knowledge. I want to help each unique client to appreciate and develop more fully their strengths and abilities and empower them to find and use new knowledge and skills to improve their lives."
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"I am passionate about providing a safe space and guiding interventions so that clients can find healing and wholeness emotionally, socially, mentally, physically, and spiritually. Whether your experiencing an emotional struggle, relationship difficulties, life transition, loss or grief, unresolved trauma, struggle with self worth, addiction, or mental health issue, I can guide you through the process of change with empathy, support, and knowledge. I want to help each unique client to appreciate and develop more fully their strengths and abilities and empower them to find and use new knowledge and skills to improve their lives."
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"I believe that people who attend counseling are brave, and I am honored to be involved in their healing and trusted to be included in their journey. I am dedicated to treating people based on their unique life circumstances and experiences. I specialize in helping people overcome sexual addiction and related trauma, as well as couples issues like communication and conflict management. I also treat anxiety, depression, eating disorders, self-esteem and body image issues, life transitions, spiritual concerns, infertility, peripartum and postpartum mental health."
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"I believe that people who attend counseling are brave, and I am honored to be involved in their healing and trusted to be included in their journey. I am dedicated to treating people based on their unique life circumstances and experiences. I specialize in helping people overcome sexual addiction and related trauma, as well as couples issues like communication and conflict management. I also treat anxiety, depression, eating disorders, self-esteem and body image issues, life transitions, spiritual concerns, infertility, peripartum and postpartum mental health."
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"My practice is focused primarily on working with young adults. I am particularly gratified by watching young women find their true identity and recognize their own capacity for love and strength. I have training and experience in treating trauma/PTSD, depression, self-harm, parent-child relationship issues, anxiety, perfectionism, substance abuse, sexual reactivity, life transitions, emotional abuse and low self-esteem."
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"My practice is focused primarily on working with young adults. I am particularly gratified by watching young women find their true identity and recognize their own capacity for love and strength. I have training and experience in treating trauma/PTSD, depression, self-harm, parent-child relationship issues, anxiety, perfectionism, substance abuse, sexual reactivity, life transitions, emotional abuse and low self-esteem."
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"As a PhD marriage and family therapist, I have successfully helped couples, families, individuals and college students find happiness in life. I believe everyone has the power to change. However, we often get stuck. Over the years I have participated in peoples amazing transformations as they become unstuck and learn how to be happy, have healthy relationships, overcome trials and other problems. I've found that everyone I've met with in therapy can change and be happy if they want to. Morning, day and evening sessions available. My office is in Jamestown Square in Provo and in Holladay off of Highland Drive."
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(801) 784-1647
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"As a PhD marriage and family therapist, I have successfully helped couples, families, individuals and college students find happiness in life. I believe everyone has the power to change. However, we often get stuck. Over the years I have participated in peoples amazing transformations as they become unstuck and learn how to be happy, have healthy relationships, overcome trials and other problems. I've found that everyone I've met with in therapy can change and be happy if they want to. Morning, day and evening sessions available. My office is in Jamestown Square in Provo and in Holladay off of Highland Drive."
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"You are worthy and strong. Whether it’s your relationships, your mental health, or some other aspect of your life, I will work with you to find the missing piece and create solutions for what isn’t working. I work with people who struggle with depression and anxiety, helping you overcome trauma from your past and courageously confront your fears. I love working with couples and struggling marriages. I can help you break unhealthy patterns and reclaim the love and connection you once had. I specialize in treating trauma (including betrayal trauma), compulsive sexual behaviors and sexual addiction, PTSD, and perfectionism."
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
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"You are worthy and strong. Whether it’s your relationships, your mental health, or some other aspect of your life, I will work with you to find the missing piece and create solutions for what isn’t working. I work with people who struggle with depression and anxiety, helping you overcome trauma from your past and courageously confront your fears. I love working with couples and struggling marriages. I can help you break unhealthy patterns and reclaim the love and connection you once had. I specialize in treating trauma (including betrayal trauma), compulsive sexual behaviors and sexual addiction, PTSD, and perfectionism."
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"I am very passionate about the experiences of people. I am a firm believer that people can overcome difficulties and challenges, but may need some assistance. People are a passion of mine. Each person is unique and therefore needs a unique perspective on their specific situation and experiences. Each person I work with is unique to me and the centered focus will be on that person's needs and how they personally can reach their goals."
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"I am very passionate about the experiences of people. I am a firm believer that people can overcome difficulties and challenges, but may need some assistance. People are a passion of mine. Each person is unique and therefore needs a unique perspective on their specific situation and experiences. Each person I work with is unique to me and the centered focus will be on that person's needs and how they personally can reach their goals."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, Ed.D., LCSW
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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."
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(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."
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"Depression and anxiety are painful and sometimes debilitating. Addressing these issues in an open and emotionally safe environment leads to healing and lasting change. With 20+ years of experience, I treat clients with depressive disorders, numerous anxiety disorders (i.e. OCD, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, PTSD), eating disorders, sexually addictive behaviors (not substance abuse), grieving issues and others disorders. I believe the therapeutic relationship is critical to the change process. As a husband of 17 years and father of seven, I know the value of healthy relationships. I don't treat adolescents younger than 14, couples or borderline personality disorder."
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"Depression and anxiety are painful and sometimes debilitating. Addressing these issues in an open and emotionally safe environment leads to healing and lasting change. With 20+ years of experience, I treat clients with depressive disorders, numerous anxiety disorders (i.e. OCD, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, PTSD), eating disorders, sexually addictive behaviors (not substance abuse), grieving issues and others disorders. I believe the therapeutic relationship is critical to the change process. As a husband of 17 years and father of seven, I know the value of healthy relationships. I don't treat adolescents younger than 14, couples or borderline personality disorder."
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"Every person has value and experiences challenges as part of living. I enjoy working with individuals helping with change and growth in their lives. I am excited to work with people in understanding challenges they face, helping them to work through these challenges in a more productive manner, and using the knowledge and tools I have to benefit their needs. I enjoy using the Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, and Play Therapy; as well as Mindfulness techniques. Creating a safe place of trust is priority, a place where the client can open up and address their most sensitive and difficult challenges."
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(833) 327-2205
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"Every person has value and experiences challenges as part of living. I enjoy working with individuals helping with change and growth in their lives. I am excited to work with people in understanding challenges they face, helping them to work through these challenges in a more productive manner, and using the knowledge and tools I have to benefit their needs. I enjoy using the Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, and Play Therapy; as well as Mindfulness techniques. Creating a safe place of trust is priority, a place where the client can open up and address their most sensitive and difficult challenges."
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MAMFT, LMFT, CSAT
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"Sometimes life and our relationships can feel hopeless. It can lead us to feeling depressed or anxious. It can also lead us to doing things we regret such as pornography/sexual addiction or infidelity. My desire is for you to bring the hope back into your life by helping you find purpose and meaning and help you find happiness in your relationships. Regardless of the reason you need help, my hope is to provide for you a place to feel safe and find healing in your life."
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(801) 206-9438
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"Sometimes life and our relationships can feel hopeless. It can lead us to feeling depressed or anxious. It can also lead us to doing things we regret such as pornography/sexual addiction or infidelity. My desire is for you to bring the hope back into your life by helping you find purpose and meaning and help you find happiness in your relationships. Regardless of the reason you need help, my hope is to provide for you a place to feel safe and find healing in your life."
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"I seek to empower my clients to make positive lasting change. I work with individuals, couples, and families dealing with addiction, betrayal trauma, illness, depression, eating disorders, postpartum depression and anxiety. I specialize in addiction recovery treatment and betrayal trauma recovery and I am passionate about raising awareness of the negative impacts of pornography addiction on society. I also understand how addiction and trauma impact the dynamics of a relationship. "
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"I seek to empower my clients to make positive lasting change. I work with individuals, couples, and families dealing with addiction, betrayal trauma, illness, depression, eating disorders, postpartum depression and anxiety. I specialize in addiction recovery treatment and betrayal trauma recovery and I am passionate about raising awareness of the negative impacts of pornography addiction on society. I also understand how addiction and trauma impact the dynamics of a relationship. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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"Our practice focuses on creating coping skills for individuals to re-engage back into their environment. We believe in a holistic approach to therapy which involves creating a safe space to explore stressors and barriers in a setting that is comfortable, non-threatening and meets each individuals needs. The time you have in therapy is your time and we want you to feel empowered and safe. We believe that nature is our best therapeutic tool. We will meet you where you are on the trail. We use a walk and talk approach to de-stigmatize mental wellbeing and take the therapy off the couch. We are an LGBTQ affirming practice. "
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
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"Our practice focuses on creating coping skills for individuals to re-engage back into their environment. We believe in a holistic approach to therapy which involves creating a safe space to explore stressors and barriers in a setting that is comfortable, non-threatening and meets each individuals needs. The time you have in therapy is your time and we want you to feel empowered and safe. We believe that nature is our best therapeutic tool. We will meet you where you are on the trail. We use a walk and talk approach to de-stigmatize mental wellbeing and take the therapy off the couch. We are an LGBTQ affirming practice. "
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"I received my doctoral training in Counseling Psychology at Brigham Young University and completed an APA-accredited internship at the Baylor University Counseling Center located in Waco, Texas. I have worked with individuals who have experienced a wide variety of concerns including: depression, anxiety, stress management, trauma, abuse, relationship distress, identity development, phase of life transitions, sexual identity, pornography use, disordered eating, self-worth, addictive behaviors, and concerns related to spiritual and religious identity."
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"I received my doctoral training in Counseling Psychology at Brigham Young University and completed an APA-accredited internship at the Baylor University Counseling Center located in Waco, Texas. I have worked with individuals who have experienced a wide variety of concerns including: depression, anxiety, stress management, trauma, abuse, relationship distress, identity development, phase of life transitions, sexual identity, pornography use, disordered eating, self-worth, addictive behaviors, and concerns related to spiritual and religious identity."
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"As a therapist with Trailtalk, we believe that individuals benefit greatly from a holistic approach to therapy. Just as we to take care of our bodies, it is also critically important to maintain our mental and emotional selves. All of us need an 'emotional tune up' once in a while. We know that there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to therapy, and we strive to meet our clients where they are at. To this end, we offer office visits, telehealth, and our signature Walk and Talks where we take therapy off of the couch to utilize the power of movement and connection with our environment as a safe space for self-exploration."
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"As a therapist with Trailtalk, we believe that individuals benefit greatly from a holistic approach to therapy. Just as we to take care of our bodies, it is also critically important to maintain our mental and emotional selves. All of us need an 'emotional tune up' once in a while. We know that there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to therapy, and we strive to meet our clients where they are at. To this end, we offer office visits, telehealth, and our signature Walk and Talks where we take therapy off of the couch to utilize the power of movement and connection with our environment as a safe space for self-exploration."
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"Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. As a therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life."
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"Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. As a therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life."
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"I believe the pathway to healing looks a little different for each of us even though the human experience is similar in many ways. While we are all connected, we are also uniquely individual with a “fingerprint” of experiences, thoughts, and beliefs. Sometimes the most difficult challenges we face have a profound impact on the way we view the world, ourselves and how we approach life and relationships. This impact often influences our emotional, mental, and physical health. "
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"I believe the pathway to healing looks a little different for each of us even though the human experience is similar in many ways. While we are all connected, we are also uniquely individual with a “fingerprint” of experiences, thoughts, and beliefs. Sometimes the most difficult challenges we face have a profound impact on the way we view the world, ourselves and how we approach life and relationships. This impact often influences our emotional, mental, and physical health. "
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"As someone who is tired of the same problem controlling your life, you often ask yourself what you can do to make change inevitable and permanent. Perhaps you've tried everything, or you don't know where to start. Looking for help or asking for help is frustrating and it's hard to know who you can trust when might not even trust yourself. You want to make sure you find someone who listens, who can really zero in on the problem and focus on the solutions that fit you the best."
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"As someone who is tired of the same problem controlling your life, you often ask yourself what you can do to make change inevitable and permanent. Perhaps you've tried everything, or you don't know where to start. Looking for help or asking for help is frustrating and it's hard to know who you can trust when might not even trust yourself. You want to make sure you find someone who listens, who can really zero in on the problem and focus on the solutions that fit you the best."

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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) Therapists
Cognitive-behavioral therapy stresses the role of thinking in how we feel and what we do. It is based on the belief that thoughts, rather than people or events, cause our negative feelings. The therapist assists the client in identifying, testing the reality of, and correcting dysfunctional beliefs underlying his or her thinking. The therapist then helps the client modify those thoughts and the behaviors that flow from them. CBT is a structured collaboration between therapist and client and often calls for homework assignments.

If you're looking for CBT therapy in 84604 or for a 84604 CBT therapist these professionals provide cognitive behavioral therapy, cbt group therapy, cbt therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, cognitive therapy and behavioral therapy. They include CBT therapists, CBT psychologists, CBT psychotherapists and CBT counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 84604 are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in 84604

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 84604 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 84604 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 84604 or family therapy in 84604.