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Therapists in Salt Lake City

Brian Schaffer, Psychologist  in Salt Lake City
“I work with a wide variety of individuals with a broad range of troublesome issues in both type and severity. My approach is best suited for individuals who are interested in furthering their understanding of themselves in general, in addition to working on any immediate symptoms that are creating major difficulties. Individuals who are more interested in talking, being heard, and gaining understanding about themselves rather than being "talked at," instructed, or given homework would be best suited for my approach.
(435) 363-3944
Salt Lake City, Utah 84113
Kristan Warnick, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“I provide a safe nurturing setting for clients to explore past concerns, current obstacles, and hopes for the future. I believe in the ultimate potential and wellness of each individual and that clients have the answers within to overcome negative patterns, thoughts, and emotional blocks. I am trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) which is proven to be a highly effective treatment to help couples and families to improve and heal their relationships (see eft.ca). I also specialize in EMDR which has been recommended as highly effective for treating people with a variety of issues including anxiety, trauma, and negative beliefs (see emdr.org).
(801) 719-5665
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106
Julia Jacobs, Psychologist  in Salt Lake City
“I am a licensed psychologist who provides psychological and psychoeducational evaluations to children and adults. These evaluations provide a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of the individual's cognitive and emotional functioning. Evaluations target intellectual functioning, academic functioning, problem solving styles, learning and memory, executive functioning, personality style, and the nature of any anxiety, depression or other psychiatric struggles. I also provide evaluations to assist in the qualification process for accommodations on advanced education exams (e.g. MCAT) as well as evaluations for eligibility in Gifted and Talented programming. I also provide Immigration Evaluations and Adoption Evaluations.
(801) 300-0466
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Brandon Yabko, Psychologist  in Salt Lake City
“Not currently accepting therapy clients. Services are still being provided for psychological evaluations. If you are tired of struggling with your thoughts and emotions, find yourself avoiding important aspects of your life and/or want to learn how to drop the struggle and gain your life back; then contact me. I view therapy as a mixture of science and art. I will work with you to create an individualized treatment plan. It is important to choose a therapist that you connect with. If I am that person, it would be an honor to be a part of your journey.
(801) 682-4730
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Stephanie Bank, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Finding a therapist can be an overwhelming and stressful experience. Whether or not you have been in counseling before, starting therapy can be hard since it requires vulnerability and trust which can feel challenging for a lot of people. Research has shown that therapy is successful when a client and therapist have a strong connection and form a safe relationship. Please feel free to call or email with any questions to see if you think the services I offer will fit with your specific needs.
(801) 683-2890 x4
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
Sara T Manns, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCWS
“I appreciate the complexity of people. I believe in trying to understand all aspects in someone's life and recognizing the impact of their experiences, relationships, and understandings into the current way of life. There are reasons for certain beliefs about ourselves and others. I utilize my training and my own self in helping a client come to witness ideas and behaviors within themselves And then, find ways to make changes, find balance, and maybe even happiness.
(802) 715-1732
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
Charlene Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“As a therapist I support you in achieving your goals, healing from pain, improving your relationship with yourself and others, and taking actions toward the life you want (and maybe don't believe is possible). Our sessions bring freedom from your struggles and the confidence and skill to be the best version of yourself. I work from a holistic perspective addressing the mind and body relationship, and utilize research supported evidenced based interventions. I work with adolescents/families and adults, focusing on concerns from general life struggles to specifics such as eating disorders, family & adolescent issues, trauma, anxiety, and depression.
(801) 418-9477
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
(HoPE) Herndon Psychotherapy and Evaluation, Psychologist  in Salt Lake City
“The relationship between a therapist and client is the most healing part of the therapeutic process. I strive to create an environment of safety and trust in the theraputic session. This sense of safety is necessary in order for my clients to feel like they can work through tough emotions and experiences and feel a sense of personal strength and self worth in their daily lives. We work on practical coping strategies as well as deep, long lasting personal growth and change. Please call or email me for an individual therapy consultation today. I look forward to working with you.
(801) 800-8163
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Kathryn Williams Dennett Carpenter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
“My goal is to create a safe space for you to explore your life. We will work together to understand your experiences and move toward a greater sense of wholeness. I have specific experience helping individuals process a variety of personal traumas, and look forward to listening to your life's ups and downs.
(801) 528-6508
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Valerie Lambert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CT
“Before becoming an LCSW I worked for many years as a medical assistant. My background and training in these fields helps me understand and guide patients / family members through illness and / or grief. I also have extensive experience helping people who are depressed or anxious. I believe that it is important to listen to clients and learn from them, rather than approaching their concerns as if I have all the answers. Together we can find ways for you, the client, to grow, cope with, and overcome stressors and difficulties in life.
(801) 747-9956
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Jessica Salmon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT
“The healing process of therapy can reduce suffering as well as being a process of discovering one's authentic self. Developing self-awareness and acceptance, working through the roots of your personal problems, making lasting and powerful changes, and finding meaning and richness in your life is an empowering process that I am so grateful and honoured to be a part of. The approach I use is effective for depression, anxiety, issues of trauma and abuse, relationship concerns, and connection with yourself and others. "Peace is the first condition, without which nothing else can be stable." ~Sri Aurobindo
(801) 663-7746
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
Karen A McCauley, CMHC, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“Unconscious factors may create intense unhappiness in the form of recognizable symptoms--such as depression or anxiety--or even troubling personality traits that interfere with work relationships and intimate relationships. Intensive psychodynamic psychotherapy looks at deeper patterns in your life and how these are affecting your relationships in order to provide new understanding, insight, and relief.
(801) 335-9073
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
Mandy Nielsen - Juniper Family Counseling,   in Salt Lake City
“Are you struggling with relationship problems? Is addiction negatively affecting you and/or your loved one(s)? I can help you find hope and healing. "I love working with people and assisting them in making positive changes in their lives. I enjoy helping them identify tools for their barriers to happiness and empower them to change their lives in positive ways. I am grateful to be a part of their healing process and to act as a guide as they heal the different aspects of their lives".
(801) 794-5031
Salt Lake City, Utah 84117
Nicki Hill, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I love working with clients who are going through life transitions and maneuvering through change. I hope to provide an environment that facilitates compassion and healing during these times. I strive to implement change through discovering and challenging patterns and beliefs about ourselves they may no longer serve the purpose they once did.
(801) 505-9365
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Dr. Barbara Iucker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
“We all experience anxiety and depression in our lives, even therapists. When we feel healthy we are more resistant to stress and it does not rob us of our joy in life. Ggod personal relationships are the best resource for managing all kinds of pain in life. I have been working with people for nearly forty years. The people I have worked with have taught me a lot about adaptive ways of dealing with these things. I strive to establish a relationship in which my patients can think about their lives and make decisions to act with clarity and conviction.
(801) 647-4773
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
Claudia Zafran-Rona, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“Life is about moving through challenging times to better times. I will help you find tools for change. I will listen to your unique voice with compassion and without judgement, with a deep belief in your ability to use your strengths and wisdom in creating a more satisfying life. I will help you achieve your goals and explore with you the fears and emotions that prevent you from experiencing your optimal wellbeing. Together we will create a safe space to share, explore, grow and develop into what you want to be. My job is to be here for you and support you in your process.
(801) 921-6666
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Sugarhouse Counseling Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
“Sugarhouse Counseling Center has therapists who are compassionate and sensitive. Evening appointments are available. Whether you are experiencing an immediate crisis, wanting to deal with ongoing difficulties, or would like increased insight, we are here to assist you. We work with individuals, couples and families. We accept many insurance plans as well as payment from clergy/bishops. We work with people of all faiths. In addition, we have therapists who have special insight regarding specific needs and concerns of LDS clients.
(801) 895-3428
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
Sarah Tellesbo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, CSW, MPA
“My job is to hear you. To listen without judgement; to create a safe space where you can process through life's pain at your own pace, discover your own truths, and unearth solutions that help to empower and heal. Using feminist foundational principles, I help women heal from domestic violence, sexual and religious trauma, and disordered eating. In addition, I also specialize in serving LBGTQI populations. In my office, you get to own your healing. This means that we will work together to identify the most helpful, comfortable ways to process through your pain.
(801) 528-7228
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
“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
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Colleagues say to me, "people passing by your door want to know why there's always laughter coming out of your office." While being human sometimes is painful, I do my best to warmly connect with clients to lighten the load being carried. I believe that "Empathy is a radical act" and use basic therapy skills such as listening and validating to create a safe place to do the "scary" work of change. I believe people can find solutions to have fulfilling relationships.. no matter the challenges. Sometimes that takes creating inspiration..I'm here to do just that.
(801) 436-5585
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
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