In Person Therapists in Grand County, UT

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Kyle Dern
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, BCN
Verified Verified
Moab, UT 84532
Not accepting new clients
I have worked in mental health since 2011 with a wide range of people. I mostly help people who are experiencing the effects of stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and trauma, among other things. My main goals when working with people are to really understand what they are going through from their perspective, and to create a collaborate atmosphere of exploration and growth. Simultaneously, we will find tools that work in the short term while working to understand underlying causes, and work towards long term change and benefit.
I have worked in mental health since 2011 with a wide range of people. I mostly help people who are experiencing the effects of stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and trauma, among other things. My main goals when working with people are to really understand what they are going through from their perspective, and to create a collaborate atmosphere of exploration and growth. Simultaneously, we will find tools that work in the short term while working to understand underlying causes, and work towards long term change and benefit.
(435) 580-2616 View (435) 580-2616
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Kristin Godwin
Counselor, LCMHC
Verified Verified
Moab, UT 84532
My mission is to help clients gain stability and growth to build strong healthy relationships with themselves and those they love. I specialize in helping people through transitions; and healing from trauma.
My mission is to help clients gain stability and growth to build strong healthy relationships with themselves and those they love. I specialize in helping people through transitions; and healing from trauma.
(435) 710-8256 View (435) 710-8256
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Nicki Hazlett
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, CSW
Verified Verified
Moab, UT 84532
As a clinical social worker, I am passionate about helping individuals achieve their best selves by fostering the mind-body connection and promoting healthy relationships. My approach to therapy is grounded in the belief that true healing and growth stem from our ability to connect with ourselves and others. With the right tools and support, we are capable of growing from even the most difficult obstacles. Through a collaborative and compassionate therapeutic relationship, I work with my clients to identify their strengths and build upon them, while also exploring areas for growth and healing.
As a clinical social worker, I am passionate about helping individuals achieve their best selves by fostering the mind-body connection and promoting healthy relationships. My approach to therapy is grounded in the belief that true healing and growth stem from our ability to connect with ourselves and others. With the right tools and support, we are capable of growing from even the most difficult obstacles. Through a collaborative and compassionate therapeutic relationship, I work with my clients to identify their strengths and build upon them, while also exploring areas for growth and healing.
(435) 465-1772 View (435) 465-1772
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Trista M Winder
Pre-Licensed Professional, MFT
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Moab, UT 84532
My background before becoming a therapist involved healing modalities for the mind, body and soul. Knowing how powerful working with the whole person can be, I directed my studies to understand how traditional therapy could interact with the brain and body and heal relationships through connective communication. I work well with individuals of all ages hoping to address emotional wounding, mental health struggles, sexual abuse, faith transitions and other trauma. I thrive working with couples who want to collaborate on healing their relationship, addressing wounds, and building communication. My practice is LGBTQIA?2S friendly.
My background before becoming a therapist involved healing modalities for the mind, body and soul. Knowing how powerful working with the whole person can be, I directed my studies to understand how traditional therapy could interact with the brain and body and heal relationships through connective communication. I work well with individuals of all ages hoping to address emotional wounding, mental health struggles, sexual abuse, faith transitions and other trauma. I thrive working with couples who want to collaborate on healing their relationship, addressing wounds, and building communication. My practice is LGBTQIA?2S friendly.
(435) 626-4340 View (435) 626-4340
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Amber D Fowler
Counselor, MA, LCMHC
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Moab, UT 84532
Waitlist for new clients
Sometimes we can feel a bit broken. We all need to reflect and repair at times. You might wish you could feel less reactive in your relationships, or a longing to be more aware, assertive and respectful to yourself. Work may be the never ending stressor that is taking all your energy. Maybe you would like to change your family interactions, or just figure out healthy boundaries. It might be the way you think about and treat yourself that has brought you here. Replaying moments of the past, or the current day over and over as you lose out on much needed sleep. Maybe… you are here looking to find yourself, to finally be okay.
Sometimes we can feel a bit broken. We all need to reflect and repair at times. You might wish you could feel less reactive in your relationships, or a longing to be more aware, assertive and respectful to yourself. Work may be the never ending stressor that is taking all your energy. Maybe you would like to change your family interactions, or just figure out healthy boundaries. It might be the way you think about and treat yourself that has brought you here. Replaying moments of the past, or the current day over and over as you lose out on much needed sleep. Maybe… you are here looking to find yourself, to finally be okay.
(435) 710-3744 View (435) 710-3744
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Antje Rath
Counselor, MA, CMHC
Verified Verified
Moab, UT 84532
Counseling for seniors, adults, teenagers, children, couples, and families for a wide variety of problems. Over 20 years of experience with a wide variety of issues. Please see my website for more information.
Counseling for seniors, adults, teenagers, children, couples, and families for a wide variety of problems. Over 20 years of experience with a wide variety of issues. Please see my website for more information.
(435) 719-5550 View (435) 719-5550
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Stefanie Biron
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Moab, UT 84532
Not accepting new clients
I primarily work with adults, teens and children who are interested in self growth for the purpose of finding greater enjoyment in their life and relationships. I have experience and work with a variety of identities and issues such as, anxiety, depression, life changes, trauma and autism. My hope would be to work with your specific goals and intentions to find a path forward that feels informed and guided by my expertise but ultimately rooted in your goals and intentions.
I primarily work with adults, teens and children who are interested in self growth for the purpose of finding greater enjoyment in their life and relationships. I have experience and work with a variety of identities and issues such as, anxiety, depression, life changes, trauma and autism. My hope would be to work with your specific goals and intentions to find a path forward that feels informed and guided by my expertise but ultimately rooted in your goals and intentions.
(435) 334-2936 View (435) 334-2936
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Nancy Beckett Anderson
Counselor, MA, LPC, CMHC
Verified Verified
Moab, UT 84532
I am trained to help with trauma of all kinds, with mood disorders, such as depression, anxiety, and panic, and with transpersonal/spiritual growth. I help you to identify your deepest priorities, resolve current day difficulties related to trauma and mood, as well as to process historical trauma, without overwhelming the nervous system. I can teach meditation, breathing, and other mind and body self-calming mechanisms. I am trained in EMDR, and have studied transpersonal counseling for over 15 years. I believe that committed, loving presence can help you to digest anything that is a barrier to your growth.
I am trained to help with trauma of all kinds, with mood disorders, such as depression, anxiety, and panic, and with transpersonal/spiritual growth. I help you to identify your deepest priorities, resolve current day difficulties related to trauma and mood, as well as to process historical trauma, without overwhelming the nervous system. I can teach meditation, breathing, and other mind and body self-calming mechanisms. I am trained in EMDR, and have studied transpersonal counseling for over 15 years. I believe that committed, loving presence can help you to digest anything that is a barrier to your growth.
(970) 366-3638 View (970) 366-3638
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Sarah Anne Heffron
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Moab, UT 84532
Not accepting new clients
Your healing and growth begin with accepting and appreciating you and all parts of you- including the anxious parts, angry parts, shut-down parts, overwhelmed parts, grieving parts, etc. I guide you in recognizing your strengths and bringing care to the pain that often underlies many symptoms. I am honored to support meaningful change, including healing trauma. This process opens space for new life. I delight in witnessing clients experience joy, self acceptance, resilience, expansion, stronger relationships, and the confidence to live fully and bring their gifts to the world.
Your healing and growth begin with accepting and appreciating you and all parts of you- including the anxious parts, angry parts, shut-down parts, overwhelmed parts, grieving parts, etc. I guide you in recognizing your strengths and bringing care to the pain that often underlies many symptoms. I am honored to support meaningful change, including healing trauma. This process opens space for new life. I delight in witnessing clients experience joy, self acceptance, resilience, expansion, stronger relationships, and the confidence to live fully and bring their gifts to the world.
(435) 253-5359 View (435) 253-5359
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Pippa Thomas Counseling
Counselor, MS, CMHC, NCC
Verified Verified
Moab, UT 84532
Waitlist for new clients
I work with teens and adults who desire change; are struggling with emotional pain, discomfort, or dissatisfaction; or feel a desire for self-exploration and personal growth. Issues may include mental health concerns, trauma, relationship issues, life transitions, grief, or self-esteem and identity. We’ll use both top-down (cognitive) and body-up (experiential) approaches to organize and make sense of what’s happening, and create an integrated and expansive experience of Self so that you can access the inner resources you need to heal, grow and thrive.
I work with teens and adults who desire change; are struggling with emotional pain, discomfort, or dissatisfaction; or feel a desire for self-exploration and personal growth. Issues may include mental health concerns, trauma, relationship issues, life transitions, grief, or self-esteem and identity. We’ll use both top-down (cognitive) and body-up (experiential) approaches to organize and make sense of what’s happening, and create an integrated and expansive experience of Self so that you can access the inner resources you need to heal, grow and thrive.
(435) 291-8345 View (435) 291-8345
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Melanie Brown
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
Moab, UT 84532
I have become personally aware of the needs of couples, individuals and families experiencing the difficult effects of addiction, grief, depression, trauma, and divorce. I have felt great joy and satisfaction working with clients, seeing them move from a place of pain to hope! I believe in the ability of every individual to find answers and to heal.
I have become personally aware of the needs of couples, individuals and families experiencing the difficult effects of addiction, grief, depression, trauma, and divorce. I have felt great joy and satisfaction working with clients, seeing them move from a place of pain to hope! I believe in the ability of every individual to find answers and to heal.
(385) 355-8247 View (385) 355-8247
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Charlotte Wray
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
Moab, UT 84532
My goal as a therapist is to provide a safe space to explore issues that have created significant barriers to growth, healing, and change. If you've experienced a stressful, troubling event that's left you feeling powerless, you may have been traumatized. I utilize the latest research to help those affected to not only begin the process of healing, but learn how to engage and effectively diminish and manage symptoms. I am trauma-informed, with training in mind body bridging, a holistic therapeutic approach incorporating the mind, body, spirit, and emotions that support the healing process. I am also trained in IBSR, and EMDR.
My goal as a therapist is to provide a safe space to explore issues that have created significant barriers to growth, healing, and change. If you've experienced a stressful, troubling event that's left you feeling powerless, you may have been traumatized. I utilize the latest research to help those affected to not only begin the process of healing, but learn how to engage and effectively diminish and manage symptoms. I am trauma-informed, with training in mind body bridging, a holistic therapeutic approach incorporating the mind, body, spirit, and emotions that support the healing process. I am also trained in IBSR, and EMDR.
(801) 859-2659 View (801) 859-2659
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Bret 'bea' Phillips
Registered Psychotherapist, NLC
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Moab, UT 84532
I am a Registered Psychotherapist, and a Certified Missional Coach. I have extensive coaching and counseling experience with couples and individuals of all ages, sexes, gender identities, and sexual preferences. Before I started working in mental health full time in 2017, I was board ordained as a Pastor in 2012, and gained certification as a Missional Coach from Multiply Vineyard and Logan Leadership 2014. Though I have worked in churches and professional environments, my true passions are mental heath, advocacy, and being and therapist and ally within our community.
I am a Registered Psychotherapist, and a Certified Missional Coach. I have extensive coaching and counseling experience with couples and individuals of all ages, sexes, gender identities, and sexual preferences. Before I started working in mental health full time in 2017, I was board ordained as a Pastor in 2012, and gained certification as a Missional Coach from Multiply Vineyard and Logan Leadership 2014. Though I have worked in churches and professional environments, my true passions are mental heath, advocacy, and being and therapist and ally within our community.
(970) 670-7826 View (970) 670-7826
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Forward Healing Co.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, Founder
Verified Verified
3 Endorsed
Moab, UT 84532
I'm Becca Post, founder of Forward Healing Co. When you choose to heal, my team and I are here to help you heal forward. The old model of change accepted by most medical communities is cyclical in nature. You feel that something is wrong, you seek help, you feel better, you “graduate.” Then, something happens — you’re triggered, life changes, you “relapse” — and you seek help again. Therapy works…until it doesn’t. So I created a new model of change for my group therapy practice: the Forward Model of Change.
I'm Becca Post, founder of Forward Healing Co. When you choose to heal, my team and I are here to help you heal forward. The old model of change accepted by most medical communities is cyclical in nature. You feel that something is wrong, you seek help, you feel better, you “graduate.” Then, something happens — you’re triggered, life changes, you “relapse” — and you seek help again. Therapy works…until it doesn’t. So I created a new model of change for my group therapy practice: the Forward Model of Change.
(801) 658-1297 View (801) 658-1297
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Bill Huey
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
Verified Verified
Moab, UT 84532
Are you wanting to be the best version of you possible? Do you want to have thoughts that are positive and encouraging rather thoughts of worry and guilt? Do you seek a happy, satisfying and intimate relationship with another person? These are all possible to you. If you would like to have a competent, wise, compassionate, non-judgmental advisor along your side while you explore these possibilities, I would be delighted and honored to join you.
Are you wanting to be the best version of you possible? Do you want to have thoughts that are positive and encouraging rather thoughts of worry and guilt? Do you seek a happy, satisfying and intimate relationship with another person? These are all possible to you. If you would like to have a competent, wise, compassionate, non-judgmental advisor along your side while you explore these possibilities, I would be delighted and honored to join you.
(970) 251-8460 View (970) 251-8460

Online Therapists

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Canary Counseling
Counselor, CMHC
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Helper, UT 84526
My clients have come from varied backgrounds including homelessness, incarceration, foster care/adoption, and all socioeconomic levels. My clients have described me as "easy to talk to," "approachable," and "nonjudgmental."
My clients have come from varied backgrounds including homelessness, incarceration, foster care/adoption, and all socioeconomic levels. My clients have described me as "easy to talk to," "approachable," and "nonjudgmental."
(435) 253-5381 View (435) 253-5381
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Internal Resolutions
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Helper, UT 84526
I remember the first time I sat in a therapist's office, I was nervous, afraid she'd see all of my insecurities, afraid of truly being seen. What being in that office provided me was the ability to see myself and that I really wasn't that bad. It was the beginning pathway to a happier and more peaceful existence with myself. That is why I decided to become a therapist. I wanted to offer others a unique and peaceful journey to understanding their responses, their inner world, and ultimately themselves.
I remember the first time I sat in a therapist's office, I was nervous, afraid she'd see all of my insecurities, afraid of truly being seen. What being in that office provided me was the ability to see myself and that I really wasn't that bad. It was the beginning pathway to a happier and more peaceful existence with myself. That is why I decided to become a therapist. I wanted to offer others a unique and peaceful journey to understanding their responses, their inner world, and ultimately themselves.
(801) 988-9612 View (801) 988-9612
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Linda Helquist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified Verified
3 Endorsed
Saint George, UT 84790
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 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 complementary approaches, including IFS, and Expressive Art concepts,I draw from a variety of methodologies to incorporate what is most helpful for each individual. I also utilize animal assisted therapy, often my dog Cocoa is in session.
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 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 complementary approaches, including IFS, and Expressive Art concepts,I draw from a variety of methodologies to incorporate what is most helpful for each individual. I also utilize animal assisted therapy, often my dog Cocoa is in session.
(435) 625-1921 View (435) 625-1921
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Naomi Hyde
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, LAMFT
Verified Verified
5 Endorsed
Price, UT 84501
I believe that clients are the experts in their lives. I can help identify patterns that may impact the ability to utilize strengths and teach coping skills to help guide the client to where they want to be. Some areas I can help navigate are anxiety disorders, depression, grief, PTSD, other related trauma disorders, mild to moderate eating disorders, body image issues, ADHD, family and relationship issues, etc. To schedule an appointment, text the TCS scheduling line at (801) 845-4406 or text or email Naomi directly. Naomi works exclusively out of the Price, UT office but can see anyone in the state of UT via telehealth.
I believe that clients are the experts in their lives. I can help identify patterns that may impact the ability to utilize strengths and teach coping skills to help guide the client to where they want to be. Some areas I can help navigate are anxiety disorders, depression, grief, PTSD, other related trauma disorders, mild to moderate eating disorders, body image issues, ADHD, family and relationship issues, etc. To schedule an appointment, text the TCS scheduling line at (801) 845-4406 or text or email Naomi directly. Naomi works exclusively out of the Price, UT office but can see anyone in the state of UT via telehealth.
(801) 509-5925 View (801) 509-5925

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