Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"We offer services and therapy to the LGBTQ community and their families. We provide mental health and couple/family therapy in a safe environment for all. We would love to talk with you about your needs. Feel free to call us - we are happy to talk with you about our services and our therapists in order to find someone that you would feel comfortable meeting with. Some of our clients meet with a different therapist each week depending on their needs."
Gay
(385) 393-1817
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Gay
"We offer services and therapy to the LGBTQ community and their families. We provide mental health and couple/family therapy in a safe environment for all. We would love to talk with you about your needs. Feel free to call us - we are happy to talk with you about our services and our therapists in order to find someone that you would feel comfortable meeting with. Some of our clients meet with a different therapist each week depending on their needs."
Chris Davids, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, LP
Verified by Psychology Today
"My PhD training as a counseling psychologist affords me flexibility to support multiple life concerns, and at the root of my work is the belief that relationships are capable of healing. I build strong alliances with those whom I serve in order to best meet client directed goals and foster sustained change. I adhere to evidence-based practices in psychology, and research evidence strongly supports the importance of building a strong therapeutic alliance. Everyone has a unique lens through which they see the world and I strive to see the world as my clients do to provide the best care."
Gay
(801) 509-9740
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Gay
"My PhD training as a counseling psychologist affords me flexibility to support multiple life concerns, and at the root of my work is the belief that relationships are capable of healing. I build strong alliances with those whom I serve in order to best meet client directed goals and foster sustained change. I adhere to evidence-based practices in psychology, and research evidence strongly supports the importance of building a strong therapeutic alliance. Everyone has a unique lens through which they see the world and I strive to see the world as my clients do to provide the best care."
Jacob Oaklyn
ACSW
Verified by Psychology Today
" I am passionate about actively working to help people find balance and peace in their lives. I want clients to feel like they have a safe place to get support that they deserve. I feel confident that when we turn towards our struggles and address them in a safe environment that we create a strength and resilience that is lasting. We all go through difficult life events or relationships that can create overwhelming feelings of depression, grief, anxiety, pain, etc. We all need help through these battles. "
Gay
(801) 893-9819
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Gay
" I am passionate about actively working to help people find balance and peace in their lives. I want clients to feel like they have a safe place to get support that they deserve. I feel confident that when we turn towards our struggles and address them in a safe environment that we create a strength and resilience that is lasting. We all go through difficult life events or relationships that can create overwhelming feelings of depression, grief, anxiety, pain, etc. We all need help through these battles. "
Chad Anderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"A clinical social worker with 17 years experience, Chad Anderson has successfully helped children, adolescents, and adults from all races, faiths, and sexual orientations work on individualized goals ranging from improving relationships, alleviating depression, reconciling faith with sexuality, managing addiction to avoid relapse, living with difficult mental health conditions, managing life change, and more. Chad wants to make sure you leave every session with something concrete to work on so you can notice changes in your life now, and recognize progress over time. Each client is given an individual treatment plan. "
Gay
(385) 257-3550
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Gay
"A clinical social worker with 17 years experience, Chad Anderson has successfully helped children, adolescents, and adults from all races, faiths, and sexual orientations work on individualized goals ranging from improving relationships, alleviating depression, reconciling faith with sexuality, managing addiction to avoid relapse, living with difficult mental health conditions, managing life change, and more. Chad wants to make sure you leave every session with something concrete to work on so you can notice changes in your life now, and recognize progress over time. Each client is given an individual treatment plan. "
Meghan Fry, Counselor
Counselor, CMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I focus primarily on members of the LGBTQ community. This population has very specific and unique needs, regardless of which "letter" they identify with, or maybe even no label at all. I believe sexuality and gender are both based on a spectrum, that neither are binary or necessarily solid for all people. While some people may believe they were born a certain way and will never change, others may experience fluidity throughout their lives. "
Gay
(385) 217-5747
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Gay
"I focus primarily on members of the LGBTQ community. This population has very specific and unique needs, regardless of which "letter" they identify with, or maybe even no label at all. I believe sexuality and gender are both based on a spectrum, that neither are binary or necessarily solid for all people. While some people may believe they were born a certain way and will never change, others may experience fluidity throughout their lives. "
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."
Gay
(801) 251-1480
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Gay
"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."
Liz Harrell, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy is like an emotional gym. We all should go in order to strengthen our emotional/mental health. I believe that compassion and empathy are the major tools to promote healing and growth; a wise person said: we heal the second we feel heard. I don't judge ANY of my clients and I meet them where they are at to work on their goals. I have special trainings and certifications with Brainspotting a brain based trauma approach; working with children through play therapy, couples therapy & LGBTQ+ relationships and issues. I also have extensive experience wading through the struggles of stepfamily and blended family issues. "
Gay
(801) 701-3746
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Gay
"Therapy is like an emotional gym. We all should go in order to strengthen our emotional/mental health. I believe that compassion and empathy are the major tools to promote healing and growth; a wise person said: we heal the second we feel heard. I don't judge ANY of my clients and I meet them where they are at to work on their goals. I have special trainings and certifications with Brainspotting a brain based trauma approach; working with children through play therapy, couples therapy & LGBTQ+ relationships and issues. I also have extensive experience wading through the struggles of stepfamily and blended family issues. "
Nic Siniscalchi
ACMHC-I
Verified by Psychology Today
"We all experience life in our own unique way and we all deal with issues that come up in different ways as well. These issues can come from a variety of places, including the impact that society and societal norms have on every one of us. This affects us in ways that are easily seen or not so easily seen. My approach to therapy is a collaborative one where we work together, both bringing our respective expertise. I focus on what works for each individual client in helping to move through those issues to find empowerment, new perspectives and ideas, and maybe a few more tools in the tool belt."
Gay
(385) 247-3809
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Gay
"We all experience life in our own unique way and we all deal with issues that come up in different ways as well. These issues can come from a variety of places, including the impact that society and societal norms have on every one of us. This affects us in ways that are easily seen or not so easily seen. My approach to therapy is a collaborative one where we work together, both bringing our respective expertise. I focus on what works for each individual client in helping to move through those issues to find empowerment, new perspectives and ideas, and maybe a few more tools in the tool belt."
Kim Mack, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with adolescents and adults surrounding depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, and self-harm. I can address family, marriage, and relationship issues. I specialize in LGTBQ issues, particularly as they relate to religion and spirituality."
Gay
(801) 921-5045
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Gay
"I work with adolescents and adults surrounding depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, and self-harm. I can address family, marriage, and relationship issues. I specialize in LGTBQ issues, particularly as they relate to religion and spirituality."
Robin Tracy, Counselor
Counselor, CMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I know that healing occurs only in the context of a supportive, trusting relationship. I trust that you know yourself, and I honor the trust you place in me by inviting me into your life, to be a part of your healing, growth, and development."
Gay
(801) 701-3086
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Gay
"I know that healing occurs only in the context of a supportive, trusting relationship. I trust that you know yourself, and I honor the trust you place in me by inviting me into your life, to be a part of your healing, growth, and development."
Deb Sylvester, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My practice is about creating and enhancing a meaningful life. Through a belief that our disturbances--about ourselves, others or life in general - lead us to the doorway of toward wholeness, we work together to unfold the seed of the solution from within the problems. Thus, I approach each client with a desire to follow and facilitate their unique healing process. Through deep compassion toward self, dreamwork and process work, I identify lesser conscious aspects of one's self, which we work together to bring into awareness. With this awareness one can find more meaning and a stronger purpose in life."
Gay
(801) 784-6754
Verified
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Gay
"My practice is about creating and enhancing a meaningful life. Through a belief that our disturbances--about ourselves, others or life in general - lead us to the doorway of toward wholeness, we work together to unfold the seed of the solution from within the problems. Thus, I approach each client with a desire to follow and facilitate their unique healing process. Through deep compassion toward self, dreamwork and process work, I identify lesser conscious aspects of one's self, which we work together to bring into awareness. With this awareness one can find more meaning and a stronger purpose in life."
Cari Morphet, Counselor
Counselor, CMHC, MS
Verified by Psychology Today
"My role as a therapist is to guide you in redirecting behavior patterns and styles of thinking that are not working, to open doors to new ways of thinking and doing that bring a sense of wellness and empowerment, and help you discover and embrace your authentic self. I work well with clients who are curious about themselves, are stuck in dysfunctional relationships, have difficulty standing up for themselves, and who are motivated to make changes. I strive to always be non-judgmental and supportive, so that any clients who have experienced trauma and/or oppression feel safe and supported."
Gay
(801) 876-1017
Verified
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Gay
"My role as a therapist is to guide you in redirecting behavior patterns and styles of thinking that are not working, to open doors to new ways of thinking and doing that bring a sense of wellness and empowerment, and help you discover and embrace your authentic self. I work well with clients who are curious about themselves, are stuck in dysfunctional relationships, have difficulty standing up for themselves, and who are motivated to make changes. I strive to always be non-judgmental and supportive, so that any clients who have experienced trauma and/or oppression feel safe and supported."
Jania Sommers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I welcome individuals and couples experiencing depression and anxiety who want to work from a strengths based perspective. Using compassion and mindfulness practice, and a feminist multi-cultural lens, I encourage people to work in a focused and positive way in order to find authenticity. In the past two years I have worked extensively with gay, lesbian and transgender people and am open, affirming and inclusive. In my experience, everyone has a creative spark that nourishes positivity and engagement."
Gay
(385) 244-2432
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Gay
"I welcome individuals and couples experiencing depression and anxiety who want to work from a strengths based perspective. Using compassion and mindfulness practice, and a feminist multi-cultural lens, I encourage people to work in a focused and positive way in order to find authenticity. In the past two years I have worked extensively with gay, lesbian and transgender people and am open, affirming and inclusive. In my experience, everyone has a creative spark that nourishes positivity and engagement."
Kara S Posner, Counselor
Counselor, CMHC, MEd
Verified by Psychology Today
"We all get stuck. "Stuck" could mean: a miserable job; a tough relationship; or difficulty adjusting to life-changing news, and not knowing what to do next. Therapy is a great place to find help getting unstuck and regaining your life's momentum. I help my clients move on from stagnation and help them reach a place that they feel is healthy. Every experience is different and therapy is appropriately designed according to the client's concerns."
Gay
(801) 436-5191
Verified
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Gay
"We all get stuck. "Stuck" could mean: a miserable job; a tough relationship; or difficulty adjusting to life-changing news, and not knowing what to do next. Therapy is a great place to find help getting unstuck and regaining your life's momentum. I help my clients move on from stagnation and help them reach a place that they feel is healthy. Every experience is different and therapy is appropriately designed according to the client's concerns."
Donald Kirk Best, Counselor
Counselor, ACMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Many people struggle with feeling different, strange, or like others do not relate to them well. Many people feel like they have to hide who they are and have no place to be themselves. Many new clients worry about being pushed to confront truths and emotions before they are ready. I seek to first get clients ready to change then support them as they lead the way. This goes for the person with depression who needs to reshape their relationships; the person with PTSD facing their painful past; and the gay person grappling with the consequences of coming out or not."
Gay
(435) 236-3488
Verified
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Gay
"Many people struggle with feeling different, strange, or like others do not relate to them well. Many people feel like they have to hide who they are and have no place to be themselves. Many new clients worry about being pushed to confront truths and emotions before they are ready. I seek to first get clients ready to change then support them as they lead the way. This goes for the person with depression who needs to reshape their relationships; the person with PTSD facing their painful past; and the gay person grappling with the consequences of coming out or not."
Linda Helquist, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"WOW..so many great therapists to choose from. I believe you will feel guided towards the one who will serve you best!!! I am an interactive, solution-focused therapist. I work with individuals, couples & the LGBTQ community. My treatment approach is to provide support and feedback to help address relationship problems, current life challenges and long-standing issues. With an integration of complimentary approaches, including Expressive Art and Law of Attraction concepts,I draw from a variety of methodologies to incorporate what is most helpful for each individual."
Gay
(435) 625-1921
Verified
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Gay
"WOW..so many great therapists to choose from. I believe you will feel guided towards the one who will serve you best!!! I am an interactive, solution-focused therapist. I work with individuals, couples & the LGBTQ community. My treatment approach is to provide support and feedback to help address relationship problems, current life challenges and long-standing issues. With an integration of complimentary approaches, including Expressive Art and Law of Attraction concepts,I draw from a variety of methodologies to incorporate what is most helpful for each individual."
Monica J Starrett, Counselor
Counselor, MS, LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
""What you seek is seeking you..." (Rumi). I feel profoundly honored to journey with you as we work together to transform the painful aspects of your life into insights that will heal you. I believe we - all of us - have an innate desire to be seen, heard...and challenged! Whether its the traumatic experience of abuse and addiction, the challenges of LGBTQ life, or depression and overall anxiety your life is meaningful and you are wired to heal! I will be your witness and your guide as we walk together to discover hidden strengths!"
Gay
(717) 589-4015
Verified
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Gay
""What you seek is seeking you..." (Rumi). I feel profoundly honored to journey with you as we work together to transform the painful aspects of your life into insights that will heal you. I believe we - all of us - have an innate desire to be seen, heard...and challenged! Whether its the traumatic experience of abuse and addiction, the challenges of LGBTQ life, or depression and overall anxiety your life is meaningful and you are wired to heal! I will be your witness and your guide as we walk together to discover hidden strengths!"
Ryan C. Randall, LCSW, PC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I value and celebrate individuals who come all walks of life. I believe there are strengths and perspectives to be found in the life experience we face each day. There are many pieces and parts that make us who we are; our life history, our race, gender, gender expression, age, sexual identities, abilities, religious beliefs, and spiritualities. Pieces that are apart of us, but not always in harmony. I believe as we acknowledge, explore and embrace these conflicts, we can find a new meaning to our suffering, new ways of coping, and a new perspective on life."
Gay
(801) 683-2447
Verified
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Gay
"I value and celebrate individuals who come all walks of life. I believe there are strengths and perspectives to be found in the life experience we face each day. There are many pieces and parts that make us who we are; our life history, our race, gender, gender expression, age, sexual identities, abilities, religious beliefs, and spiritualities. Pieces that are apart of us, but not always in harmony. I believe as we acknowledge, explore and embrace these conflicts, we can find a new meaning to our suffering, new ways of coping, and a new perspective on life."
Garrett Chesley, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, MPH
Verified by Psychology Today
"Psychotherapy is a vulnerable, evocative, and an emotionally challenging endeavor that is not easy. It varies depending on the personalities of the psychologist and the client, and the particular problems you bring forward. There are many different methods I may use to deal with the problems that you hope to address and it calls for a very active effort on your part. For the therapy to be most successful, you will have to work on things we talk about both during our sessions and at home. Psychotherapy often involves discussing unpleasant aspects of life that often leads to better relationships, solutions, and less distress."
Gay
(385) 270-8186
Verified
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Gay
"Psychotherapy is a vulnerable, evocative, and an emotionally challenging endeavor that is not easy. It varies depending on the personalities of the psychologist and the client, and the particular problems you bring forward. There are many different methods I may use to deal with the problems that you hope to address and it calls for a very active effort on your part. For the therapy to be most successful, you will have to work on things we talk about both during our sessions and at home. Psychotherapy often involves discussing unpleasant aspects of life that often leads to better relationships, solutions, and less distress."
Jacob Lopez,
MA, ACMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My therapeutic style is relaxed, supportive, and conversational. I'll offer my insights, solutions, through empathy, and direct communication. I'll assist you in finding the solutions to life's adversities, challenges, and mental health. Together we can foster personal development and liberation from unsatisfying or painful patterns of living. We pay attention to the interactions of personal/interpersonal experience, past/present, body/mind, fantasy/reality, and this in-depth exploration can set in motion a process of personal transformation."
Gay
(801) 923-6387
Verified
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Gay
"My therapeutic style is relaxed, supportive, and conversational. I'll offer my insights, solutions, through empathy, and direct communication. I'll assist you in finding the solutions to life's adversities, challenges, and mental health. Together we can foster personal development and liberation from unsatisfying or painful patterns of living. We pay attention to the interactions of personal/interpersonal experience, past/present, body/mind, fantasy/reality, and this in-depth exploration can set in motion a process of personal transformation."

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Gay (LGBTQ) Therapists
We should make clear that not all the therapists listed here are gay themselves. Rather, they specialize in helping with aspects of being gay in Utah or homosexual. They provide help for gay couples in gay relationships, gay issues and issues that affect gay life.

If you're gay or are looking for help with gay issues in Utah or for an Utah gay therapist these professionals provide gay counseling and gay friendly care for gays or lesbians. They include gay friendly therapists plus gay therapists in Utah, gay friendly psychologists, and gay friendly counsellors.

Counseling may include LGBT counseling in Utah, LGBTQ or Utah GLBT counseling.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Utah are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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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