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Therapists in Sandy

Anthony T. Alonzo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sandy
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, DMFT, LMFT, CFLE
“As a licensed marriage and family therapist, I provide high quality outpatient mental health treatment to individuals, couples, and families who are suffering from a variety of presenting problems. By creating a safe environment, and providing seasoned therapeutic challenge, clients have the ability to identify, address, and resolve the problems which bring them to therapy. Most of my clients who have seen other therapists immediately identify how beneficial my unique approach to therapy can be. To learn more about therapy, refer to my YouTube Video series titled "The Art of Therapy Revealed." http://youtu.be/XYS9sT6-UWM
(801) 701-8957
Sandy, Utah 84070
Covenant Sex Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sandy
“My typical clients are those with issues of sexual dysfunction. This includes those with issues of sexual desire, arousal, orgasm, pain, satisfaction, or addiction. Most of my clients are from a conservative religious background, but this is not a must. I see clients that have a range of personal beliefs and values. I generally meet with couples, but every so often an individual wants to meet alone to discuss their sexual issues. Individuals dealing with sexual dysfunction or addiction that are not in a committed relationship are also welcomed in treatment.
(385) 245-2787
Sandy, Utah 84094
Julie Mathewson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sandy
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, GRS
“Life is full of loss and change. Loss of jobs, relationships, trust along with death and divorce are just some of the over 43 major losses that have been identified. Every time you ignore the emotions that accompany these losses it changes you and how you interact with everyone around you. You have the right to actively recover from these experiences and have a more enriched life. Experiences that change your life may be hard to deal with alone. My experience can help with many options of self-care, education, therapy, and medications that may be of benefit to you.
(801) 803-6252
Sandy, Utah 84070
Fresh Start Behavioral Services, Treatment Facility  in Sandy
“Fresh Start Behavioral Services, LLC is a premier provider of Intensive and General Outpatient Substance-Use Disorder Treatment (I.E. Drug and Alcohol Rehab) and all other Mental Health issues servicing Sandy and the surrounding SL, Davis, and Utah counties and beyond. If you, or someone you love, is suffering from the debilitating effects of addiction, trauma, depression, anxiety, pain, etc: we can help, there is hope, you can heal. Our State Licensed, National Board Certified, highly trained and experienced Mental Health and Medical Professionals will utilize the most scientifically researched and effective methods, coupled with dynamic passion, and a deep and abiding care for the health and well-being of our patients, to ensure that you get the most comprehensive and effective treatment available.
(801) 658-9460
Sandy, Utah 84070
Natalie Peacock, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sandy
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I take a direct and positive approach in my practice, and like to use a mixture of honesty, respect, and a touch of humor. My goal as a therapist is to help each person utilize their strengths, manage their expectations, and develop a sense of hope that things really can get better. I understand change can be overwhelming, and that therapy can be tough, but I promise I will be there to support, listen, and walk with you through this journey.
(801) 919-8661
Sandy, Utah 84070
Miriam Harper, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sandy
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Miriam Harper is the owner and Clinical Director of Hope Haven Counseling and has worked with children, adolescents and their families for over nine years in a therapeutic setting. She has experience working with sexual and physical abuse, trauma, grief, delinquency, mood disorders, ADD/ADHD, self-harm and relationship issues (including family and marital problems). Miriam is also certified in Animal Assisted Therapy and has a therapy dog named Turbo. She has her BA in Sociology and a Master of Social Work from the University of Utah. Miriam currently works with children 11 and up, adolescents and adults.
(801) 663-7829
Sandy, Utah 84070
Turning Point Centers, Treatment Facility  in Sandy
“ Non 12-Step approach emphasizes strong Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Small group setting, 16 beds, four of which are private rooms Three therapeutic one-on-ones PER week + case management One physician consultation PER week with medical director Licensed for mental health/substance abuse for inpatient, day treatment, intensive outpatient and general outpatient WEEKLY family therapy and visitation Two family therapy sessions PER month Healthy, natural food cuisine prepared Onsite gym and racquetball/basketball court Art, drumming, massage and ropes course therapy Membership with NAADAC and SLC Chamber of Commerce Recognized as an accredited business with the Better Business Bureau CLIA-certified drug testing Licensed Vivitrol injection provider Free lifetime aftercare
(888) 827-2912
Sandy, Utah 84092
Andrea Shields, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sandy
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LAMFT
“I provide individual therapy for adults, adolescents, and children. I also provide couples therapy and family therapy. I work with issues including but not limited to as depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder, addictions, behavioral issues, self confidence building, and relationship improvements.
(801) 336-4039
Sandy, Utah 84093
Renaissance Ranch Outpatient, Treatment Facility  in Sandy
“We are a fully licensed Outpatient Addiction Recovery Center that cares! We offer a sectional and realistic 3-12 month program, integrating therapy and healing for not only the struggling individulal, but for the Family as well. Our passionate, experienced staff aim to assist the recovering individual through their first year of sobriety, step by step with the ultimate goal of improving their overall success as they transition into a new way of life. This approach is highly effective, see testimonials from other clients on our website. Outpatient addiction treatment is being more and more recognized as a highly effective and realistic approach to addiction recovery by substance abuse and mental health professionals around the world. It allows for the alcoholic/addict to deal and cope with life's challenges in the real world as they have clinical arms wrapped around them, are held to a healthy balance of accountability and take advantage of the support offered by others who are successfully recovering. One key benefit is that it is a fraction of the cost of other programs as Renaissance Ranch Outpatient's primary goal is to aid in liberating the captive from the chains of addiction not monetary gain.
Sandy, Utah 84070
Michelle L Murray, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sandy
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MaMHC, LCMHC
“My expertise is Individual and family counseling. Parenting is specialty for me and I have been teaching Parenting with Love and Logic(tm) for fifteen years. I assist clients change their Story.
(801) 682-1931
Sandy, Utah 84070
New Roads Behavioral Health, Treatment Facility  in Sandy
“New Road's Behavioral Health holds the fundamental belief that all clients can get better. Through services and community culture, our facility instils integrity and accountability into each of our clients. At the end of residential treatment clients will be equipped with new tools at their disposal, a new found self-respect, and feeling of empowerment to keep addiction at bay.
(855) 796-8621
Sandy, Utah 84070
David W Jensen, Counselor  in Sandy
“Sometimes, life, in its twists and turns becomes hard to manage, happiness hard to find, stress hard to bear. My hope is to help happiness and fulfillment become yours again. I know it really can be yours, I want to help. My style is accepting, respectful, and non-judgmental. I firmly believe that personal identity (who you are) and what you do at any given time may be completely different. In short, we all make mistakes in life and feel the pain that results. Don't devalue yourself, you deserve happiness and a love of life. Please allow me to help.
(801) 335-5159
Sandy, Utah 84094
Jackie Z Rock, Counselor  in Sandy
“Working with women, adolescents, & families has deepened my love of connecting with people as individuals & being a part of helping others. A common theme I have encountered is how difficult and humbling it is to ask for help and find a counselor. respect and appreciate that. I approach each person as a unique individual because I recognize there is no one type of therapy/counseling that fits every person. Together we will work on identifying core issues, setting goals, and learning the tools you need to feel confident, happy, and successful.
(801) 436-5864
Sandy, Utah 84070
Mary Jarman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sandy
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“As a therapist who has worked for many years children, families, and couples, 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) 671-1020
Sandy, Utah 84070
Ava Crump, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sandy
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LAMFT
“Are you worried about your teen? Is your relationship falling apart? Ava Crump at SwintonCounseling.com is dedicated to helping your family, your partner, 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, addiction, suicidal thoughts, addiction, and grief among others.
(801) 528-6195 x4
Sandy, Utah 84093
Kevin Figuerres, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sandy
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Do you struggle with feelings of shame and self hatred? Feeling disconnected and unable to communicate with your loved ones? Seeking to find your way back to love with your partner? Difficulty saying no and setting appropriate boundaries with others? Anger issues making you feel out of control? Let me help in working with you to find and be your best self in life's sometimes difficult journey. Let me help in healing and strengthening your treasured relationships.
(801) 921-8561 x38
Sandy, Utah 84093
Mike Gurr, Counselor  in Sandy
“I enjoy working with a variety of issues people experience and help teens, young adults, adults, and couples. I have worked with individuals who come to therapy for addiction, military trauma, PTSD, sexual trauma, depression, bereavement and loss, anxiety, relational problems, parenting challenges, high stress, and other emotional and behavioral challenges.
(435) 214-0870
Sandy, Utah 84070
Cari Morphet, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sandy
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC, CMHC
“Cari Morphet has over 5 years of experience working with adults with chronic opiate addiction and mental health problems. She has worked with individuals, groups, couples, and families, and has experience working with anxiety and mood disorders, relationship issues, women's issues, LGBT issues, grief, parenting issues, sexual trauma, eating disorders, and career exploration. She has also been trained in feminist multicultural therapy. She completed a B.S. at Weber State University in Psychology and an M.S. at the University of Utah in Professional Counseling. She is licensed in the State of Utah as a Licensed Professional Counselor.
(801) 691-7439
Sandy, Utah 84070
Laura Da Silva,   in Sandy
“Life can be full of challenges. Finding someone that you can trust, and be comfortable with, can be challenging. It is important that all who are involved in the therapy feel comfortable and heard.
(801) 800-8409
Sandy, Utah 84070
Shanna Gwilliam, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sandy
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CHT, PPC, CTWMS
“I solely provide e-counseling services through betterhelp.com. If you have a hectic schedule, suffer from social anxiety, are home-bound, desire anonymity, or find that writing is therapeutic for you, e-counseling may be a great fit for you! After almost fourteen years of providing counseling services, I feel confident that people can change themselves and their lives. Sometimes, they can do it quickly, too. We all need a little extra help, though, so you've come to the right place.
(801) 658-0536
Sandy, Utah 84070

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