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Therapists in Salt Lake City

Marissa Elizabeth Bird, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“My focus is to bring insight and clarity into your life so that the issues you are facing are manageable. I help you identify the underlying causes of your condition and assist you in moving forward with productive treatment. Specific areas of expertise are treatment of Anxiety, Depression, Self-Esteem/Self-Identity issues, and Personality Disorders, as well as treatment of Addiction and Substance Abuse (court ordered clients). I also work with LGBTQ clients/issues. In addition, I work with Children and Preteens, utilizing play therapy for young children. Bilingual therapist (Spanish Conversational Proficiency). Now available: On-line/Chat Counseling.
(385) 290-3821
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121
Janna Marie McGaw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My therapy style is open, warm, and informal. My clients appreciate my humor and insight seasoned with straight-forward feedback designed to break through barriers to creating a meaningful life. Everyone gets blocked sometimes from experiencing life fully. For 19 years I've helped people overcome these blocks to create a life of possibilities including resolving old wounds, improving family relationships, creating intimate romantic partnerships, and enhancing professional development. I have extensive experience working with couples and families with adolescents. I also specialize in addressing individuals facing depression, anxiety, abuse and trauma, family of origin issues, and adjustment difficulties during life transitions.
(801) 810-0971
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
C. Brendan Hallett, Psychologist  in Salt Lake City
“I am the clinical director for 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, and families. We also provide psychological and neuropsychological testing to help determine the causes of memory, learning, and psychological problems. We have psychologists that speak Spanish and Chinese. We accept most health insurance plans and offer a sliding fee scale, based on income level, for those without insurance.
(801) 719-5705
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Rebecca Lucille, Psychiatric Nurse  in Salt Lake City
“In the 1800's Dinah Craik wrote the following: "Oh, the comfort - the inexpressible comfort of feeling safe with a person - having neither to weigh thoughts nor measure words, but pouring them all right out, just as they are, chaff and grain together; certain that a faithful hand will take and sift them, keep what is worth keeping, and then with the breath of kindness blow the rest away." This captures the essence of therapy for me. Finding comfort in discussing the ineffability of life and to endure difficult emotion together.
(801) 921-6352
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Emily Grossell, Psychiatrist  in Salt Lake City
“As a Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist, I enjoy working with both patients and their families to provide a nurturing environment for growth and healing. I support and encourage an integrative approach, exploring the psychological, biological, social, spiritual, and energetic aspects of the healing process.
(385) 218-5642
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
Trauma Awareness and Treatment Center, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“One of the most important things we need in our own lives is balance. This is often difficult to achieve with life's constant demands on our time and energy. Without balance, life becomes wearisome and at times, unmanageable. We begin to wonder if there is meaning in our lives or even if it's "worth the trouble." In the effort to find relief or comfort, we may find ourselves drawn to self-defeating and even destructive behaviors that offer immediate yet temporary relief. There are other options, a different perspective may help. I offer just this to my clients.
(801) 895-4268
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
Renee A Podunovich, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“I offer caring, compassionate support and focused guidance to help people come into balance with their own inner wisdom and self-healing abilities and to make meaningful and lasting changes in their lives. Get ready to engage at the next level in your professional, creative or personal life! I specialize in body based therapies that build somatic awareness and mindfulness, including EMDR therapy to enhance sports or professional performance and creativity, to address grief and loss, anxiety and depression issues, as well as building resiliency and wellness skills such as mindfulness for more effective coping.
(385) 215-7280
Salt Lake City, Utah 84103
Lee Olsen LCSW, Solution Focused Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
“I am a solution focused cognitive behavioral therapist. My practice philosophy is based on the premise that your history is important to how you got here. Now how do you manage, cope with and create new skills to move through what is currently happening. In our work together we will look at your history and present, causes and effects, and then work to create understanding and objectivity. We fill find the triggers that set you off and redirect thinking errors as well as create new coping skills to enhance your resilience.
(801) 573-5492
Salt Lake City, Utah 84124
Salt Lake Weight Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
“Are you constantly preoccupied with thoughts of food? Have you lost weight only to gain it back plus more? We help people stop their cycles of self-sabotage to create permanent changes in their health and wellness. We will teach you to change your relationship with food and end emotional eating, binge eating and food addiction to help you finally get off the weight loss roller-coaster. Many people struggling with these issues think they are alone. Clients engaged in individual sessions also have the option of attending our free support group.
(801) 810-2771
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121
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
Julie A Hanks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, BCD
“Increase self-esteem, improve your relationships, strengthen your family, decrease self-defeating behaviors, and make lasting changes in your life! At Wasatch Family Therapy we will guide you through the therapy process in a comfortable atmosphere that will put you at ease, and help you make the changes you desire. We work with individuals, couples, and families ages 3 +.
(801) 719-5338
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121
Thomas G. Harrison, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CSW, LCSW, MFT
“Thomas Harrison has been trained in cognitive therapy, psychodynamic therapy, reality-oriented therapy and relationship therapy. He has been practicing in Utah with a clinical license since 1977. He has taught at the U of U Medical School, Graduate School of Social Work and in conflict resolution and divorce mediation at the BYU Law School. Harrison has postgraduate training in depression, anxiety, sexual, emotional, and physical abuse, sexual addiction, and post traumatic stress disorders. Harrison has counseled over 3000 survivors of sexual abuse. He treats dissociative disorders and has served on the neuro-trauma team at two hospitals.
(801) 895-4884
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
Sareta Dobbs, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“Sareta is passionate about physical and emotional wellness. She believes in the body's capacity to heal itself when freed from the damaging effects of past trauma and negative beliefs and when properly nourished by good habits. She loves using her passion and skills to help others heal from debilitating emotional wounds to help create happiness and peace in their lives.
(801) 331-5393
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121
Candice Christiansen, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“I am a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist who helps facilitate longterm transformation. My associates and I specialize in the assessment and treatment of various trauma, sex and love addiction, love avoidance, sexual anorexia (aversion), substance abuse, eating disorders, financial disorders, and relationship recovery for both addicts and their spouses. Individuals come to us wanting answers and find lasting reassurance in the information that we provide them. Most of our clients have histories of some trauma and as a result often struggle with relationship issues and/or sex/love addiction, love avoidance, financial issues, sexual aversion or multiple addictions.
(801) 921-6740
Salt Lake City, Utah 84124
Karl E. Seashore, LPC, PC, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“I work with adult individuals and couples. I find it effective in therapy to examine early experience with interpersonal relationships and how these experiences continue to "play out" in current relationships. My goal is to help my clients achieve positive, enduring change in self-esteem, interpersonal relationships, emotional and behavioral stability, and overall functioning. I have extensive experience in working with depression, anxiety, childhood and adult trauma, and marital issues - including domestic violence with both victims and perpetrators.
(801) 784-2379
Salt Lake City, Utah 84124
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
Cyndi Baughman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My goal as a therapist is to provide a caring, confidential setting where the client can make positive changes, develop effective coping skills and improve self-esteem. I use an open, straight-forward approach, where clients can explore emotions and develop insight into their lives.
(801) 810-0279
Salt Lake City, Utah 84108
“If you are reading this, it means you have most likely been thinking about talking with someone for a while now. I appreciate how much courage it can take to begin the process of finding the right person with whom to work. I have been working with individuals, couples, families and adolescents/children for my entire professional career and have had the opportunity to work with a wide range of concerns.
(801) 657-3602
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Lisa Mountain, Psychologist  in Salt Lake City
“I believe that people are the experts on themselves and that my role as a therapist is to provide a safe environment in which to facilitate personal exploration, growth, and healing. I use evidence-based strategies including mindfulness and meditation with a variety of issues. I work from a client-centered approach to support your journey toward wholeness, empowerment, and the expression of your authentic self in the world. We will set mutual goals together to help you to become healthier and happier in your life, and to ensure that the therapeutic process is tailored to your individual needs.
(801) 623-6831 x5
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
Kara S Posner, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“We all get stuck. "Stuck" could mean: a miserable job; a tough relationship; or difficulty adjusting to life-changing news, and not knowing what to do next. Therapy is a great place to find help getting unstuck and regaining your life's momentum. I help my clients move on from stagnation and help them reach a place that they feel is healthy. Every experience is different and therapy is appropriately designed according to the client's concerns.
(801) 436-5191
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
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