Teen Therapists in Logan, UT

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Austin Wood
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
Verified
I have worked in the fields of domestic violence, teenage sexual offenders, adolescent residential treatment, outpatient community therapy services, and now private practice.
My expertise is marriage counseling, I have been practicing Marriage and Family Therapy for 20 years and have worked with individuals, couples, and families helping them to cope with and overcome various life challenges such as marriage difficulties (including infidelity), adjustment to divorce, teenage struggles, depression, anxiety, sexual addiction, and sexual intimacy issues. I am a patient and understanding individual that will provide non-judgmental, professional clinical guidance. Listening is my greatest strength.
(435) 565-4439
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Logan, UT 84321
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Madeleine Pugmire
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Are you ready to make some positive changes to better your life? If you've been struggling with depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, or self-criticism, I'm motivated and excited to help you move forward to a happier, healthier place. I'm passionate about working with teen girls and women, helping them develop and practice skills to improve their life. I lend my expertise and knowledge to my clients to help them identify where they are getting stuck and how to best overcome their pain points. I use my natural empathy, compassion, and warmth to create a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere for you to grow and reach your full potential.
(844) 992-2793
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Logan, UT 84321
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Daphne McKinnon Dba Family Counseling Of Logan
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified
Verified
Areas of specialization include: anxiety disorders, depression, parenting effectiveness, grief/loss, self-esteem issues, trauma, domestic violence and child/ adolescent sexual abuse.
Everyday has ups and downs. It can be tough to keep going each day, keeping a smile on your face, telling everyone you are o.k. when you are not. You may be feeling anxious, depressed, experiences trauma or grief. You may just need someone to listen, someone to help you learn new skills, someone to help you through a difficult time in your life who understands and provides support, acceptance and understanding. Each individual has strengths, resiliency, self worth and value. By addressing your anxiety, depression, trauma or other challenges, you can learn to fully participate and be present for yourself and others.
(435) 294-3704
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Logan, UT 84321
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Jeremy C Hilton
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
I also worked as an intern and later was hired at an adolescent psychiatric unit in a hospital setting.
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I have worked in the private practice setting for the past 8 years. I moved to Cache Valley from South Carolina four years ago where I opened and managed a private practice centered on helping individuals and spouses struggling with sexual addictions. I frequently work with children, adolescents, and adults and have experience and expertise helping people affected by depression, disruptive behaviors, bipolar disorder, anxiety (including OCD and panic), ADHD, trauma, infidelity, divorce, addictions (substance, pornography, and sexual), and eating disorders. I also work with couples and families to repair and strengthen their relationships.
(435) 503-9116
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Logan, UT 84341
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Ava Hanson
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, CTRS
Verified
Verified
Are you worried about your teen ? Do you need help fixing a relationship? Do you feel like you've lost interest in things that you usually find rewarding? Ava Hanson at RecreateTherapy.com is dedicated to helping your family, your adolescent , and you get the tools you need to make changes, find solutions, and feel better. Ava believes that you have resources to help you through problems you are facing such as relationship conflicts, depression, anxiety, trauma, suicidal thoughts, and grief. You will leave treatment with an arsenal of coping skills to help you get through the problem and flourish.
(435) 580-8124
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Laurel Carter
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Do you want to feel listened to, valued, and understood as you identify your goals, your strengths, and find solutions to the issues you are facing.... Are you open to learning, growing, changing, and ready to do something different... Then I would love to work with you. Amazing people are faced with life circumstances, ways of thinking, or relationship patterns that can get in the way of the kind of life they desire. I will stand with you as you learn to be more mindful of your thoughts, patterns,and behaviors while then making choices in line with your true self and potential.
(435) 612-1046
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Logan, UT 84321
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Sarah Clark
Pre-Licensed Professional, LMCHI
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Finding a therapist you trust can be daunting. We share our fears, insecurities, and so much more with this person, so it is important that you feel comfortable. I am dedicated to creating a safe and caring environment where we can focus on addressing your therapeutic needs, whatever they may be.
(435) 465-0961
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Logan, UT 84321
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Melissa Keller Adamson
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
*** Wait List *** Life is complicated and messy! And life is especially hard right now. My passion is helping people create and live the life they want, getting through the mess, and healing from trauma. I have found that most of us do not go through life unscathed - we've all been hurt and we all did the best we could with what we had at the time. I love working with complex people and value the teamwork in the healing process. Together, we will help you heal and live with your whole heart.
(435) 850-6171
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Logan, UT 84321
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Bryan Rieben
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
I specialize in treating trauma, grief and loss, anxiety/depression, and am trained in EMDR. I provide guidance to address spiritual and/or religious issues, including post-Mormon related struggles. I'm no longer LDS, but I respect the religious/spiritual beliefs of all my clients. No judgement is my philosophy.
(435) 291-8764
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Logan, UT 84321
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Lindsey Hall-Menendez
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MMFT
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Whether you feel like you’re struggling with handling your emotions, experiencing contention, have feelings of being stuck, or if you just want to see change in your life, a fulfilling path is possible for you. My goal is to make therapy a safe place where closeness, trust, joy, fulfillment, and authenticity can be built in the way you need it.
(435) 990-7869
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Logan, UT 84321
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Resilience Counseling Services
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified
Verified
Resilience Counseling Services has been providing high quality, evidence-based mental health care since 2012. Clinicians C.J. Sorenson, Andee Bott, Erin Black, and Brook Murphy are dedicated to helping our clients experience relief from emotional, mental, behavioral, and relational suffering. We believe in the remarkable capacity for human resilience in the face of life's challenges. We use a client-centered approach as we compassionately assist individuals, couples, and families who are struggling to find hope and healing. We highlight and honor the strengths and experiences brought by each client to the therapy office.
(435) 220-5957
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Logan, UT 84341
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Matt Erickson
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
I am passionate about working with people and helping them reach their goals. I have extensive experience working with adolescents, college-aged individuals, adults and couples. I specialize in working with individuals who struggle with anxiety, stress, depression, family/couple's issues, screen overuse, and those adjusting to life at college or life after a mission. I also have years of experience working with individuals on the Autism Spectrum. I use a strength-based approach and believe in people's ability to change. I am married and have three sons. I love nature, Notre Dame football, and seeing new places.
(435) 406-3207
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Logan, UT 84321
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Travis Christensen, Clear Direction Counseling
Counselor, LCMHC
Verified
5 Endorsed
Verified
5 Endorsed
ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS: Whatever you resist will persist! I invite those who have an open mind for new ideas and seek to create long-lasting success to start that journey today. I believe that individuals have the right to achieve and be all they desire. We have the power and capacity to make a decision about what we are going to tolerate in our lives. I challenge each of us to get into a great, beautiful state of thinking, and living and fully enjoy the fruits of our labors. I believe that knowledge is only potential power, and we become powerful when we are courageous enough to execute that knowledge.
(435) 238-4520
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Logan, UT 84321
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Amanda Crosland
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW
Verified
Verified
Recognizing that things in your life are not aligning and somehting needs to change can surface feelings of anxiety, pain, or uncertainty. Reaching out for help is your first step, and one that I admire greatly. I look forward to using my knowledge, skills, and tools to help you take those next steps in that process. I'm passionate about helping couples and individuals who want to reflect more deeply on how they are contributing to their development individaully and the relationships in their life. We will spend time building hope and practicing skills to create more satisfaction, compassion, and love in your life.
(435) 485-9931
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Logan, UT 84321
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Zach Van Leeuwen
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
Verified
Accepting new clients. Life is hard! So many times we have a vision of how we want our life to be, but because of unexpected challenges we are unable to attain that. These challenges may include anxiety, depression, trauma, difficult relationships, or others, but there is hope and healing from these ailments. No matter what stage of life you are in, we can fall susceptible to these difficulties. There is hope and healing for you. You will be empowered and gain access to the tools you need to help you live a meaningful life again. A healthy mind will lead to stronger and happier you. Your life's vision is within reach.
(435) 246-1502
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Logan, UT 84321
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Kayce Bradley
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, CSW
Verified
Verified
I have always felt drawn to helping others. This desire led me to pursue an undergraduate degree in Psychology & Child Development from Utah State University & later a Masters in Clinical Social Work from Baylor University. I am trained in CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness, and Solution-Focused Therapy. I am here to serve you, to support your goals, to see the best in you, & envision the life you can still create no matter what you’ve been through. My approach to healing begins with helping you build a foundational understanding of how your past experiences continue to impact your present and how you can move forward.
(435) 774-0151
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Logan, UT 84341
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Tyler Lefevor
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Verified
I am passionate about helping gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer clients in a variety of areas. I often help clients build and maintain healthy relationships, work through depression, stress, or anxiety, navigate relationships with less accepting family or friends, deal with difficulties surrounding coming out, overcome sexual challenges, and manage shame, discrimination and stigma. I frequently write letters of support for transgender or gender non-conforming individuals who wish to gain access to hormone replacement therapy or surgeries.
(435) 244-6307
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Logan, UT 84321
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Abby Walker
Pre-Licensed Professional, BS
Verified
Verified
Discovering your authentic self can be a vulnerable journey. I work hard at creating a safe space where my clients can feel heard and validated. I love working with clients who are eager for self-discovery and invested in changing themselves and their circumstances. I specialize in working with chronic illness, depression, anxiety, and women's issues. I would be honored to be a consistent, reliable, and compassionate listening ear as you work through your personal changes.
(435) 337-4868
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Logan, UT 84321
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Jarod Huffaker
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
You are a partner, parent, sibling and someone's child. You are also expected to be a provider, a protector, and caregiver even if you feel inadequate in these roles. How do you do everything for everyone else when you already feel overwhelmed on a daily basis? How do you live up to today's impossible standards of perfection when you question your own self-worth? How do you balance work and family and still have your own needs met? How do you even know what your own needs are?
(435) 210-5706
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Logan, UT 84321
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Taven Herd
Counselor, ACMHC
Verified
Verified
Each person has a different experience in life. I want to help you learn from past experiences, explore your personality, and help you create a more fulfilling life. Counseling and therapy have come a long way in recent years, breaking the stigma and helping you become the best version of yourself is my goal. Whether it is struggling with anxiety, depression, social anxiety, etc. I am here to build an individual plan and collaborate with you. Using a collaborative approach, you will be a part of your own process, not just being told what to do like another homework assignment or work project.
(435) 612-1100
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Logan, UT 84321
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Teen Therapists

What does therapy for teenagers look like?

When a therapist works with a teenager, the pair will talk about what the teen is struggling with and explore solutions, which may involve interpersonal skills, coping strategies, medication, or lifestyle changes related to sleep, diet, and exercise. Different therapists employ different modalities, but most involve a combination of conversation and skill building.

How long does therapy for teenagers generally take to work?

There’s variability in teenagers’ experiences and challenges; some may begin to improve from therapy within a few weeks while others may take several months or longer. Teens can discuss their progress with their therapist periodically to assess how they’re improving and any changes to the treatment plan that could potentially accelerate that progress.

How do you encourage a teenager to go to therapy?

It’s helpful to express your concern and love while framing therapy as an opportunity to explore a tool that could help improve their life; just like they practice baseball or dance, now they can practice their emotional skills. Give your teen control over the process where you can—maybe by weighing in on choice of therapist and signaling that therapy involves confidentiality, so a parent need not know all that is discussed in sessions.

How do you prepare teens for therapy?

You can prepare your teenager for therapy by describing what the process will look like and setting expectations for timeline, if requested. You can explain that the first session may begin with an assessment phase, that they can describe their experiences but that the therapist will ask questions too, and that it may take time to feel comfortable opening up. Ask how they’re feeling about the process and answer any questions calmly and supportively.