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As a holistic psychotherapist, I understand that our suffering is rooted in the relationships between the many forces that shape and impact our lives. These forces are an amalgamation of the interrelatedness between our environments (nature-culture-society), our family/friends and our mind/body connection. Therefore, I do not see symptoms of suffering simply arising from just an individual. It is most often an imbalance or oppressive relationship between these dynamic forces. The four themes I believe we as a collective struggle with are: loneliness, emptiness, narcissism and over consumption used to cope with these feelings.
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As a holistic psychotherapist, I understand that our suffering is rooted in the relationships between the many forces that shape and impact our lives. These forces are an amalgamation of the interrelatedness between our environments (nature-culture-society), our family/friends and our mind/body connection. Therefore, I do not see symptoms of suffering simply arising from just an individual. It is most often an imbalance or oppressive relationship between these dynamic forces. The four themes I believe we as a collective struggle with are: loneliness, emptiness, narcissism and over consumption used to cope with these feelings.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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Given the current circumstances related to the coronavirus, I am offering videoconferencing instead of in-person sessions. This is a difficult decision, but one that I believe is in the best interest of everyone. My experience has been that the first session is usually awkward, but the subsequent sessions are increasingly easier to do and adapt to.
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Given the current circumstances related to the coronavirus, I am offering videoconferencing instead of in-person sessions. This is a difficult decision, but one that I believe is in the best interest of everyone. My experience has been that the first session is usually awkward, but the subsequent sessions are increasingly easier to do and adapt to.
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I have worked in mental health since 2006. I have worked in several different settings and with several different populations. I enjoy working with kids, teens, adults, families, and elderly. I enjoy helping clients work through their struggles, through teaching coping skills, mindfulness, reducing symptoms, and improving overall functioning. I work hard at helping normalize issues and helping others to know that they do not have to face their battles alone.
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I have worked in mental health since 2006. I have worked in several different settings and with several different populations. I enjoy working with kids, teens, adults, families, and elderly. I enjoy helping clients work through their struggles, through teaching coping skills, mindfulness, reducing symptoms, and improving overall functioning. I work hard at helping normalize issues and helping others to know that they do not have to face their battles alone.
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Over the last 10 years I've specialized in working with teens, young adults and their family systems. It's hard to find a good therapist who can sincerely help those struggling with depression, anxiety, failure to launch, oppositional defiance, substance abuse, relationship difficulties, lack of motivation and emotional regulation. If you're feeling stuck, angry, lost or confused, it can be helpful to meet with someone who can meet you where you are at and help you create a better life though understanding, compassion and confidence. I work especially well with parents and teens who have tried other options and ready for progress.
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Over the last 10 years I've specialized in working with teens, young adults and their family systems. It's hard to find a good therapist who can sincerely help those struggling with depression, anxiety, failure to launch, oppositional defiance, substance abuse, relationship difficulties, lack of motivation and emotional regulation. If you're feeling stuck, angry, lost or confused, it can be helpful to meet with someone who can meet you where you are at and help you create a better life though understanding, compassion and confidence. I work especially well with parents and teens who have tried other options and ready for progress.
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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.
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Through the therapeutic process, you can release the pain that you carry and build a life that you enjoy. I am passionate about helping you heal. As a therapist, my primary focus is on the overall wellness and goals of my client. I use a client-centered approach, while providing trauma-informed and evidence-based methods to help you achieve what is really important to you. Areas of specialty include trauma, anxiety, depression, attachment, relationship issues, grief, chronic illness and coping with stress and loss.
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Through the therapeutic process, you can release the pain that you carry and build a life that you enjoy. I am passionate about helping you heal. As a therapist, my primary focus is on the overall wellness and goals of my client. I use a client-centered approach, while providing trauma-informed and evidence-based methods to help you achieve what is really important to you. Areas of specialty include trauma, anxiety, depression, attachment, relationship issues, grief, chronic illness and coping with stress and loss.
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Many find themselves running into barriers in life such as mental health issues, relationship stressors, low self-esteem, school/work stressors, life changes, trauma, etc. I have experience working with children, teens, and young adults dealing with these concerns. I see the potential in youth and believe they deserve a place where they feel seen, heard and safe to explore and make sense of these struggles. I work on helping them to manage these barriers in a healthy way. I want parents and children to both feel supported in the therapy process, so collaboration with parents is important to me.
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Many find themselves running into barriers in life such as mental health issues, relationship stressors, low self-esteem, school/work stressors, life changes, trauma, etc. I have experience working with children, teens, and young adults dealing with these concerns. I see the potential in youth and believe they deserve a place where they feel seen, heard and safe to explore and make sense of these struggles. I work on helping them to manage these barriers in a healthy way. I want parents and children to both feel supported in the therapy process, so collaboration with parents is important to me.
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You may be are reading this because you are struggling, perhaps you have tried everything you can think of to feel better, to solve your problems, or to make things right and nothing seems to turn out in the way you expect. Life can be very challenging and sometimes very painful. Relationships can also be difficult and it’s easy to become stuck–unsure of exactly how you got to where you are and how you can to make changes. Whatever it is you're dealing with, I believe that therapy can help you uncover strengths and learn new skills that will allow you to deal with the challenges that arise in your life.
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You may be are reading this because you are struggling, perhaps you have tried everything you can think of to feel better, to solve your problems, or to make things right and nothing seems to turn out in the way you expect. Life can be very challenging and sometimes very painful. Relationships can also be difficult and it’s easy to become stuck–unsure of exactly how you got to where you are and how you can to make changes. Whatever it is you're dealing with, I believe that therapy can help you uncover strengths and learn new skills that will allow you to deal with the challenges that arise in your life.
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I specialize in counseling with children, ages 5-12. I realize that when working with a child, I also need to work with their parent(s)/guardian(s). As Dr. William L. Coleman, a developmental-behavioral pediatrician, has stated, “You can’t just focus on the child….The family is the strongest and most enduring influence in any person’s life. You have to take it into account.” Sometimes I even work with the entire family.
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I specialize in counseling with children, ages 5-12. I realize that when working with a child, I also need to work with their parent(s)/guardian(s). As Dr. William L. Coleman, a developmental-behavioral pediatrician, has stated, “You can’t just focus on the child….The family is the strongest and most enduring influence in any person’s life. You have to take it into account.” Sometimes I even work with the entire family.
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I am a Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Trauma specialist. I specialize in reducing and eliminating symptoms in even complex PTSD from early childhood or cases that have gone untreated for years.
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I am a Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Trauma specialist. I specialize in reducing and eliminating symptoms in even complex PTSD from early childhood or cases that have gone untreated for years.
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At our clinic we specialize in working with tweens, teens and young adults who experience depression, anxiety, self worth issues, motivational challenges, impulsivity, anger, communication issues, family conflict, trauma, bullying, peer and media pressure, school challenges, friendship issues, social isolation, technology compulsions and much more. www.wholekidsutah.com. Our goal is to help your tween, teen or young adult feel empowered and develop tools to navigate the difficult adolescent and young adult years. We provide a safe space for healing and growth!
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At our clinic we specialize in working with tweens, teens and young adults who experience depression, anxiety, self worth issues, motivational challenges, impulsivity, anger, communication issues, family conflict, trauma, bullying, peer and media pressure, school challenges, friendship issues, social isolation, technology compulsions and much more. www.wholekidsutah.com. Our goal is to help your tween, teen or young adult feel empowered and develop tools to navigate the difficult adolescent and young adult years. We provide a safe space for healing and growth!
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My goal in therapy is to help client feel empower enough to navigate life trials with needed emotional and mental stability. I approach with a multicultural, strength based and trauma informed lens to navigate issues from various levels. In addition, I provide special insights on issues with diversity such as acculturation, immigration, resettlement etc and its co-relation with mental health. I value therapeutic relationships and consider it to be a key factor in bringing the desired change for clients. I welcome clients from all background.
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My goal in therapy is to help client feel empower enough to navigate life trials with needed emotional and mental stability. I approach with a multicultural, strength based and trauma informed lens to navigate issues from various levels. In addition, I provide special insights on issues with diversity such as acculturation, immigration, resettlement etc and its co-relation with mental health. I value therapeutic relationships and consider it to be a key factor in bringing the desired change for clients. I welcome clients from all background.
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Do you feel overwhelmed, anxious or depressed and unable to cope with changes in your life? Have you felt that your relationship has been struggling due to communication issues or lack of connection with your partner? Do you have thoughts that your life is just not what you expected it to be? I work with clients who struggle with depression, anxiety, life and role transitions, infidelity/betrayal trauma, grief & loss, identity issues, trauma/abuse, and other relational issues. I believe as we work together, you will be able to implement more effective coping strategies that will help you both right now and in the future.
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Do you feel overwhelmed, anxious or depressed and unable to cope with changes in your life? Have you felt that your relationship has been struggling due to communication issues or lack of connection with your partner? Do you have thoughts that your life is just not what you expected it to be? I work with clients who struggle with depression, anxiety, life and role transitions, infidelity/betrayal trauma, grief & loss, identity issues, trauma/abuse, and other relational issues. I believe as we work together, you will be able to implement more effective coping strategies that will help you both right now and in the future.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, EdM, MSW, LCSW
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Sometimes it is difficult to believe we possess the ability to move through our pain. Struggles in life, relationships and with grief and loss can become inhibitors to the life we want to live. In a supportive setting, I would like to help you realize that you have the strength and the tools you need in order to promote healing.
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Sometimes it is difficult to believe we possess the ability to move through our pain. Struggles in life, relationships and with grief and loss can become inhibitors to the life we want to live. In a supportive setting, I would like to help you realize that you have the strength and the tools you need in order to promote healing.
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I approach therapy in a nonjudgmental fashion. We come from all walks of life, and our views and values may vary. Together we can create a safe and inviting atmosphere for you to tell your story and be heard. I work with individuals from varying backgrounds and with different presenting needs. I can assist you in self-exploration at a level of your desire to help you understand how past and present experiences impact your current life - a type of therapy that can help you gain a deeper understanding of yourself so you can live a healthier, more satisfying life.
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I approach therapy in a nonjudgmental fashion. We come from all walks of life, and our views and values may vary. Together we can create a safe and inviting atmosphere for you to tell your story and be heard. I work with individuals from varying backgrounds and with different presenting needs. I can assist you in self-exploration at a level of your desire to help you understand how past and present experiences impact your current life - a type of therapy that can help you gain a deeper understanding of yourself so you can live a healthier, more satisfying life.
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My passion is helping people help themselves. I have varied expertise in treating a wide range of psychiatric problems. I take pride in customizing my treatment approach to each client. If you're tired of suffering and willing to work hard on your mental health, then I'm excited to help.
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My passion is helping people help themselves. I have varied expertise in treating a wide range of psychiatric problems. I take pride in customizing my treatment approach to each client. If you're tired of suffering and willing to work hard on your mental health, then I'm excited to help.
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ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS: IN LIFE YOU NEED EITHER INSPIRATION OR DESPERATION: I challenge you to take this opportunity to take action acquiring the life you want, deserve and desire. I believe there is no effort without error and shortcoming. I invite you to engage in the worthy cause of becoming who you were destined to become. The hope being they know, in the end, the triumph of high achievement and who at the worst, if they fail at least fails while daring greatly. So that their place never is with those cold and timid souls who neither knew victory nor defeat. Remember it's never too late to be who you might have been.
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ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS: IN LIFE YOU NEED EITHER INSPIRATION OR DESPERATION: I challenge you to take this opportunity to take action acquiring the life you want, deserve and desire. I believe there is no effort without error and shortcoming. I invite you to engage in the worthy cause of becoming who you were destined to become. The hope being they know, in the end, the triumph of high achievement and who at the worst, if they fail at least fails while daring greatly. So that their place never is with those cold and timid souls who neither knew victory nor defeat. Remember it's never too late to be who you might have been.
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As a therapist who has worked for many years with clients of all ages, I believe that clients achieve the most success when they are given the tools to achieve their own goals. I am trained in a variety of treatment approaches and will tailor treatment methods to your specific circumstances. Choosing a therapist is a very individual decision, and engaging in therapy is the first step to achieving individual and family goals.
(801) 396-9379
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As a therapist who has worked for many years with clients of all ages, I believe that clients achieve the most success when they are given the tools to achieve their own goals. I am trained in a variety of treatment approaches and will tailor treatment methods to your specific circumstances. Choosing a therapist is a very individual decision, and engaging in therapy is the first step to achieving individual and family goals.
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*Offering Online Video Sessions* Welcome! The world has changed in profound ways. I am here to help you navigate this new reality, as well as any struggles you faced before these momentous changes. My therapy style with both couples and individuals is warm, collaborative and effective. For couples, I will guide you out of distress and back to loving connection, paying close attention to emotional intimacy, differences in sexual desire, chronic fighting, communication breakdowns and betrayals. For individuals, I will help you find your way back from depression, anxiety, and relationship challenges. Let me help you grow and flourish.
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*Offering Online Video Sessions* Welcome! The world has changed in profound ways. I am here to help you navigate this new reality, as well as any struggles you faced before these momentous changes. My therapy style with both couples and individuals is warm, collaborative and effective. For couples, I will guide you out of distress and back to loving connection, paying close attention to emotional intimacy, differences in sexual desire, chronic fighting, communication breakdowns and betrayals. For individuals, I will help you find your way back from depression, anxiety, and relationship challenges. Let me help you grow and flourish.
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I find that people are often more capable than they believe and when given sufficient tools and support I have seen individuals overcome struggles they once found debilitating.
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I find that people are often more capable than they believe and when given sufficient tools and support I have seen individuals overcome struggles they once found debilitating.

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