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Therapists in Logan

Krystopher Brett Oyler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Logan
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Walking alongside individuals during their trying times has been a wonderful experience that I have come to treasure the past 10 years as a therapist. I work with individuals and families struggling with many issues including, but not limited to, troubled youth, autism spectrum disorders, marital discord, depression, anxiety, pornography addiction, and issues related to same gender attraction. I've been working in a residential setting w/youth the past 10 years as a clinician and enjoy work with teens and their families.
(435) 527-7149
Logan, Utah 84321
Julie Swensen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Logan
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Has life gotten too hard to handle? Are you ready to make a change for the better? Would you like a greater sense of emotional peace and wellbeing? I have 15+ years experience as a social worker and in a clinical setting for 4 years. I can assist you with a wide range of issues. I would love to provide you with a fresh perspective. Please give me a call.
(435) 710-5028
Logan, Utah 84321
Alex Baird, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Logan
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I have a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and a Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. I have worked with children, adolescents, adults, couples and entire families. I have experience working with issues of depression, anxiety, divorce, OCD, anger, substance abuse, relational problems, low self-esteem, teenage behavioral issues, and mood disorders. I am very focused on relationships; I believe that people are greatly affected by all the relationships in their lives and that individuals need strong, healthy relationships to get better and be happy. My favorite pastime is relaxing with my husband and four children.
(435) 319-4087
Logan, Utah 84321
Tyler D Patrick, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Logan
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Everybody needs a fresh perspective and a hand up from time to time! I offer a sensitive and straightforward style of counseling that is focused on helping to make lasting change in confronting life's challenges. I will treat you in a non-judgmental and personable way while helping you to challenge some of the problems that may be keeping you stuck. I have spent the last 10 years becoming an expert in the areas of marital issues, shame resiliency, addiction (pornography and substance), depression, and trauma.
(435) 363-3540
Logan, Utah 84341
Cristine Price, Counselor  in Logan
“I have a great deal of success in treating anxiety, obsessive thinking, trauma, chronic depression and other mental health conditions using a variety of integrative tools and cutting edge therapy. I utilize a combination of research based techniques along with complementary approaches that treat the mind, body and spirit. Examples include Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Emotional Freedom Technique (endorsed by ACEP - Association of Certified Energy Psychologists); Mindfulness and Meditation therapy which have been extensively researched as effective tools for developing self awareness and inner peace. I specialize in Integrative Mental Health, blending the best of both Eastern and Western medicine.
(435) 363-3782
Logan, Utah 84321
Miriam Gunn, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Logan
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“People rarely come to therapy on a whim. Usually, there has been much thought, deliberation and agonizing about the whole process. "Should I go? Who will I see? Will they 'get' me?" I have been working with people in a mentoring capacity for over 25 years and I know it is scary to begin a relationship with someone you don't know; especially when it involves talking about highly personal topics. The consistent feedback I get from my clients and those I mentor is that they feel heard, honored, valued and safe.
(435) 261-4267
Logan, Utah 84321
Nancy Webb, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Logan
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, RN, MS, LMFT
“Tired of feeling overwhelmed, hopeless, low on energy? Are you having trouble enjoying life? Let me teach you the skills that will help you view things from a different perspective.
(435) 553-4631
Logan, Utah 84341
Sean Maynard, Counselor  in Logan
“I have been working with teenagers for over 10 years in residential treatment and over the past five years as a therapist residentially and outpatient. I have also worked extensively with Spanish-speaking families in need of a bilingual therapist
(435) 414-6289
Logan, Utah 84321
Tricia H Danielson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Logan
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I work from a primarily solution-focused approach, that is, helping you identify what it is that you would really like to have become different in your life and then decide what skills and resources you can use to make that happen. You are the expert on yourself and can recognize what is best for you. At times it may feel that you don't know, and that is where my job comes into play. I will help you to recognize the knowledge you already have, listen to your instincts, and recognize what you are already doing that is working.
(435) 565-4325
Logan, Utah 84321
Austin Wood, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Logan
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“My expertise is marriage counseling, I have been practicing Marriage and Family Therapy for over 10 years and have worked with individuals, couples, and families helping them to cope with and overcome various life challenges such as marriage difficulties (including infidelity), adjustment to divorce, teenage struggles, depression, anxiety, sexual addiction, and sexual intimacy issues. I am a patient and understanding individual that will provide non-judgmental, professionial clinical guidance. Listening is my greatest strength.
(435) 565-4439
Logan, Utah 84321
Susan S Campbell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Logan
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MFT
“I have been a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist since 1996. I have seen lives change and relationships enriched as I work with my clients. I have seen great results when working with depression, anxiety, grief, and social-emotional- developmental issues as individuals increase their own awareness and possibilities and use new tools to move forward. Couples and families move from contention and frustration to teamwork and greater harmony and productivity. With help, parents can be more effective with their children. Children and teens are amazing and I love to encourage them in expression and discovering and reaching their potential..
(435) 659-2258
Logan, Utah 84321
Lorii Ann Hubbard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Logan
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My specialty is helping people find their balance again. Through skilled processing and listening I can help you sort out and untangle thoughts and feelings that may keep you from finding peace and purpose. My practice is inclusive and respectful. I specialize in helping people find their own healthy voice. Whether you have lost this voice due to crisis or day to day struggle, together we can find it again.
(435) 261-4609
Logan, Utah 84341
Travis Christensen: Counseling for Change, Counselor  in Logan
“Today you are one step closer to a better you and on a positive path to growth and well-being. By going on this website you have already taken an important and courageous step towards making YOU the most important person in your life. Do you have a difficult time managing your children/Adolescent? Are they disrespectful, obnoxious or abusive? Are you struggling with personal issues or concerns such as depression, anxiety, or emotional stress? Are there other areas of your life that are out of control or difficult to manage, if so please give us a call.
(435) 363-3752
Logan, Utah 84321
Paradise Creek Recovery Center, Treatment Facility  in Logan
“Paradise Creek specializes in the treatment of sexual compulsivity disorders for adult men. It provides a home-like place of safety and peace that allows patients to reflect and engage in a treatment plan designed specifically for them. We use a combination of Cognitive-Neural Restructuring Therapy, which facilitates change at the cellular level of the brain, and a Task-Centered Approach designed by Dr. Patrick Carnes, PhD., the pioneer of sexual addiction treatment. The combination of these 2 models helps provide the patient with concrete strategies that help facilitate sobriety and achieve long-term changes on a biological, psychological, social, emotional and spiritual level.
(855) 976-5057
Logan, Utah 84341
QYS Clinical Services Group, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Logan
“Group of mental health professionals specializing in restoring balance to daily life. We understand how trauma reactions can create lack of balance in most areas of life. We offer simple solutions to reduce trauma reactions in everyday life. Once you understand your trauma pattern it is within your control to change it. We understand the importance of the right fit for you and your therapist. With the right fit, trust will come and from trust you can make lasting life adjustments.
(801) 800-8843
Logan, Utah 84321
QYS Clinical Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Logan
“As a therapist group we focus on restoring balance to daily life. It is our belief that trauma inhibits our ability to function to full capacity. Trauma reactions often create issues such as addiction, avoidance, anger, and panic. We utilize a simple method to reduce trauma reactions to triggers which creates better balance in life, work, relationships and self.
(801) 935-8886
Logan, Utah 84321
Dolores Michael, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Logan
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LAMFT
“I completed my degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Utah State University. My practice interests include individual and relational therapy, depression, anxiety and working with individuals, couples and families confronted with specific challenges of illness. I take a holistic, strengths-based approach to help my clients move towards a more meaningful life.
(435) 238-4254
Office is near:
Logan, Utah 84321
John Craig Christensen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Logan
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, EdD, LMFT
“Dr. John C. Christensen has 40 years of experience as a Licensed Individual, Marriage, and Family Therapist in private practice. He works with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. John has had a vast array of professional and personal experiences that promote an empathetic and compassionate atmosphere for clients who seek his help. He approaches challenges and symptoms of clients with an understanding that they suffer from a great deal of pain, but recognizes that conflict and crisis can be used as an opportunity to become stronger and healthier.
(435) 535-1954
Office is near:
Logan, Utah 84321
Doriann S Pye, Counselor  in Logan
“I strongly believe in the facet of the human spirit which is indomitable. This quality traverses culture and ethnicity, and so often plays a major role in recovery. The concept of radical acceptance invites individuals to embrace a regret of the past and fear of the future as part of the human experience while discovering what they truly value as they achieve treatment goals working toward sustainable mental health. As individuals learn to accept the fear that accompanies risk, the journey towards healing is a remarkable one to witness and, for me, is the true payoff as a counselor.
(801) 682-4617
Office is near:
Logan, Utah 84321
Depression Treatment at Highland Ridge, Treatment Facility  in Logan
“Highland Ridge Hospital is a fully accredited by the Joint Commission and is one of the most respected and distinguished treatment centers in Utah. We are an 83 bed facility, serving adolescents, adult, and geriatric populations. Inpatient services include an adolescent unit, medical detox, an adult psychiatric unit, an adult substance abuse unit, and a geriatric unit. Outpatient services we offer at Highland Ridge include a partial hospitalization program and an intensive outpatient program. Our Hospital specializes in kindhearted and nurturing treatment of individuals who are struggling with depression and any other disorders that may be present. We are a group of caring medical professionals who have help thousands of adolescent, adult, and older adult clients achieve their long-term recovery goals and go on to lead happy and successful lives free from the debilitating symptoms of depression. Each and every day, we are guided by four very carefully chosen words - care, concern, compassion, and competence.
(844) 202-0254
We serve:
Logan, Utah 84321

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