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Therapists in Salt Lake City

Center For Human Potential, Treatment Facility  in Salt Lake City
“At Center for Human Potential, located in downtown Salt Lake City, we focus on helping people achieve balance and fulfillment. We have many talented psychologists and social workers able to help children, adolescents, adults, and seniors with a variety of difficulties. We provide counseling to individuals, couples, families, and groups. We also provide psychological and neuropsychological testing to help determine the causes of memory, learning, scholastic, and psychological problems. We accept most health insurance plans and offer a sliding fee scale, based on income level, for those without insurance.
(385) 290-3828
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Malissa Morrell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, ATR-BC
“Do you feel stuck? Are you having the same arguments over and over again, or setting goals that you don't achieve? Maybe you look back and wonder why you used to be happier, have more energy, and accomplish more. You and I will work as a team and you'll feel comfortable, understood, and empowered. Using art therapy may help you to express things that you can't say in words. Be sure to visit my website to learn more!
(801) 742-5814
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121
Wendy Hoyt, Psychologist  in Salt Lake City
“The majority of my practice is eating disorder patients. I work within a multidisciplinary team to provide a high level of care for eating disorder patients on an outpatient basis. I also enjoy working with adolescents, ages 11 and up, who are struggling with a variety of issues, providing both individual and family therapy. I am able to easily develop strong relationships with teenagers due to my non-threatening presentation and approach. Finally, I work with a wide range of anxiety-based issues, including PTSD, social anxiety, generalized anxiety and OCD. Finally, I offer equine assisted psychotherapy.
(801) 821-4486
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
Alma Martinez, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“I am not from Utah but was raised here and love to call this state my home! I enjoy the out doors and consider my self a avid snowboarder and out doors enthusiast. I love all the many cultures and subcultures our states has. I feel that I'm sensitive to what your beliefs and culture may be. I also believe that the mental, emotional and physical health are all connected. Helping people to learn more about what has been holding them back in reaching their own goals in life, relationships and reaching their own goals of mental health is what I am passionate about.
(801) 784-6324
Salt Lake City, Utah 84116
“A fully accredited sober living and transitional housing facility, Sober Living Properties takes relapse prevention to the highest level. Our model for living is based on accountability and empowerment. Our staff believes, practices, and teaches that accountability is the foundation for personal power, which grows and flourishes as our clients grow in the process of early recovery. Our transitional housing residents are surrounded by supportive and active communities. As residents work and engage with the members of local neighborhoods, they often develop relationships that can last a lifetime. When transitional housing residents leave Sober Living Properties, they are ready to successfully transition back into the community.
(801) 653-0733
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121
Jon Scheffres, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“My therapy style is based on three principles: Awareness, Discovery, and Integration. I approach my clients holistically. My intention is to explore their troubles without judgment or a specific agenda. I believe that the problem always contains the seeds of its own resolution, and I trust my clients to know what is ultimately best for them. My clients do well in therapy when they practice curiosity, patience, and friendliness towards their own troubles. Over the years I have tended to focus on mood disorders, anxiety disorders, addictions, trauma, and relationship issues.
(801) 851-1290
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Page Speiser LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
“Do you feel sad, anxious, or unmotivated? Were you a trauma victim? Are you having problems communicating with your spouse or partner? Do you feel stuck in a relationship? A troubling affair? Do you want a more meaningful life? My first goal will be to come to know you, understand your situation and your hopes. In the first few sessions, working together, we will develop a detailed plan for change, with focused steps, beginning right away, to help you make important progress.
(801) 252-6853
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
Trinity Vercimak, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Therapy is a personal journey sometimes traveled alone, sometimes with parents or other family members. Tri Aspen Counseling provides an environment to foster personal growth and wellness. My approach centers on the ability by each of us to heal, cope and become well. I provide a client centered approach working with children, adolescents, adults and the aged.
(801) 921-8571
Salt Lake City, Utah 84124
Chris Cavin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“New clients seen within 24 hours. Please visit my website,, for free meditations that can help you calm your mind, right here and right now. I'm a Buddhist monk with over 17 years of meditation experience and I would love to talk with you. Regardless of your current circumstances, there are infinite possibilities on how to respond, and so much opportunity for growth in every difficult situation. So let's begin. Call me and let's find the way.
(385) 212-3731
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
Darryl Collier-Freed, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Salt Lake City
“I enjoy working with clients who, for whatever reason, desire to grow toward their truer selves, quality of life and good relationships. Clients who come to understand that there is more to their future lives than past experience and are willing to learn about themselves are often ready for psychotherapy. Whether you are single, married, mature or young in age I encourage you to take a step to find what you are seeking. Finding a good fit is necessary to effective psychotherapy and I am glad to help you with this through consultation over the phone and meeting in person.
(801) 821-5109
Salt Lake City, Utah 84117
Chelsea Petersen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Every person hits a rough patch in their life and therapy serves as a way to discover the necessary tools to move forward. Seeking therapy does not mean that you are broken but instead that you are seeking new solutions to your challenges. As a result of coming to therapy you will go through the process of gaining new insight and knowledge necessary for being a better spouse, partner, parent, and/or family member. You will come to understand yourself better as well as your interactions with others.
(435) 214-1629
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
Andrew Briefer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I work extensively with adults, adolescents, couples and families addressing the challenges in creating a satisfying a meaningful life. Often times we can feel stuck in our lives, using emotion-regulation and relational skills that served us in the past. Like outdated software, these skills no longer serve us as we have matured, as our circumstances have changed or as we have developed relationships with others who bring a different relational culture. This sense of stuckness may lead to depression, anxiety, addictions, compulsions and/or relational difficulties that leads people to work with me.
(801) 754-4528
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Lisa Rector, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Sometimes life presents us with overwhelming, painful challenges. If you are experiencing unwanted symptoms such as anxiety, depression, relationship struggles, or are coping with painful loss through death, divorce, illness/injury or life transitions; I will help you move through these difficult, painful challenges. If you want to improve upon an already successful life, we will work to improve it. I provide a warm and safe, non-judgmental environment. Through the process you will develop inner strength and resiliency; you will learn to take a pro-active stance in choosing and creating the life you desire.
(801) 701-2072
Salt Lake City, Utah 84124
Natasha A Muren, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“My hope as a therapist is to assist individuals and couples uncover and develop healthy coping skills, personal strengths, and insight into core values and beliefs. I will also help clients identify and overcome obstacles and life challenges that continue to impact their functioning and happiness.
(801) 719-5432
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106
Nancy Stoddard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I utilize a client-centered approach in treating children (ages 2-12), adolescents, and adults who are dealing with an array of stressors, ranging from anxiety and depression to abuse and/or other traumas. One of my primary goals in working with my clients is to create a safe environment in which they can explore and gain lasting insight, awareness, and understanding into their unique-life challenges.
(801) 416-3425
Salt Lake City, Utah 84124
Frey Seagrove, Psychiatric Nurse  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MSN, APRN, PMHNP-B
“I'm a new APRN specializing in Psychiatric Mental Health. I am trained to work with clients facing a variety of difficulties, but I specialize in LGBTQ+ related difficulties. I currently am accepting new clients and have very open availability. Please visit and complete the "New Patient" paperwork to set up an appointment.
(801) 657-3163
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
Camille Collett Delong, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Salt Lake City
“I love working with functional people who are experiencing difficulty navigating life transitions such as the following: Divorce, Employment, Relationships, Health, and Spirituality. I also work with those who are supporting a person struggling with addiction. Life transitions are all about making decisions. What do I want to create in my life? What is my next step?
(801) 471-2878 x5
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
Steven McCowin, Psychologist  in Salt Lake City
“I primarily focus on two practice areas: Working with survivors of serious trauma (combat or other military trauma, assault, natural disasters, accidents, etc.) who suffer from PTSD or other post-trauma issues, and working with adolescents and verbal children who are dealing with behavioral problems, anxiety issues (OCD, panic, etc.), or depression.
(801) 335-6360
Salt Lake City, Utah 84117
Angela Jette Swanson, Psychologist  in Salt Lake City
“Do you feel stressed out? Do you worry about how all this tension is affecting your relationships and your health? I specialize in evidenced-based therapy to reduce stress and develop healthy communication and connection in your relationships. My initial focus is providing a warm, supportive environment while getting to know your unique situation and concerns. After we agree on a direction for therapy, I tend to be relatively directive and engaged. I help people express emotions and build relationship skills. My primary specialization is couples counseling. About half of my practice is individual counseling with adults and older adolescents.
(801) 948-3647 x6
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
Kristi Robles, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe in providing therapy that is client-guided and free from guilt and shame. My goal is to help people reach their goals in a supportive, safe, and professional environment. I assist my clients in in becoming the best versions of themselves that they can be. I want everyone I work with to feel free from the mental & emotional burdens that hold them back, and therefore, finally experience peace of mind and hope for their future. I enjoy my work and I love helping my clients.
(801) 893-1177
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106
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