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Psychoanalytic Therapists in Salt Lake County

Michelle Murphy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in treating individuals experiencing difficult life situations. Ongoing stress, anxiety, depression, etc. all impact our psychology and physiology. I specialize in taking a holistic approach to restore a healthy level of functioning. I start with an in depth assessment identifying areas needing to be addressed and then work with clients to develop a comprehensive treatment plan including psychotherapy, nutrition, exercise and developing new ways to connect socially. I am an Amen Methods Provider. I treat adolescence and adults with depression, anxiety, addictions, PTSD, hormonal changes, anger issues, OCD, eating disorders, self-harm, fibromyalgia, chronic pain, grief and loss.
Psychoanalytic
(801) 719-5273
Vaughn Roche, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I provide clients an opportunity to be heard like never before. Whether you're experiencing depression, anxiety or relationship problems, you likely are looking here for someone who can listen warmly and expertly enough to be able to feed back to you an understanding of your suffering and how to resolve it. I offer the training and life experience needed to cast light on your problems and to nurture the strength within you so that you can get on with your life, free of the misunderstanding and emotional pain you likely feel now. Call for a free, brief telephone preview.
Psychoanalytic
(801) 438-3678
Robyn Tate Aspen Ridge Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
“I compassionately provide psychotherapy for all ages and backgrounds. I believe in treating the "whole" person in the context of their world in a way that suits them as a unique individual. I respect all of my clients as humans with strengths and weaknesses and admire anyone who is striving to improve themselves. You know yourself better than anyone and I would be honored to assist you in making the path you choose. "The future is not someplace we are going to, but a place we are creating. The paths to it are not found, they are made."- Jane Garvey
Psychoanalytic
(801) 396-9631
Ryan Garcia, Psychologist  in Salt Lake City
“Finding a psychologist that you feel comfortable with can be challenging. It is important you choose to work with someone who is a good fit for you and your needs. I offer a safe and comfortable environment, free from assumptions and judgments. I am a general psychologist and can work with people with different backgrounds and varying needs. I provide psychodynamic psychotherapy based in psychoanalytic theory. This type of therapy can help you understand how past experiences influence you today, and provide you with a deeper understanding of yourself so that you can live a healthier, enriched, and more satisfying life.
Psychoanalytic
(801) 758-5411
England Counseling -- LifeSTAR Oquirrh, Treatment Facility  in Magna
“Most people absolutely don't enter marriage thinking that they will ever need to seek counseling for their marriage. In fact, they can be disillusioned and feel overwhelmed when the marriage doesn't flourish as they had anticipated. This is particularly true when a spouse or partner discovers secretive behaviors such as addictions. Recall that feeling that you had when you were dating or first married...that feeling that you'd always feel connected, close and loving toward your spouse? Remember the anticipation of the next date or when he/she would return home from work or a community event? Those feelings of connection and closeness can gradually fade if a marriage isn't consistently nurtured. Our therapists' assist couples in regaining those seemingly elusive feelings of love, trust and connection in their marriage through the counseling process. Please call us today to begin the process of re-energizing and healing your marriage to reach the heights you had once believed would be achieved in your marriage! Don't wait to call me!
Psychoanalytic
(801) 890-2599
Magna, Utah 84044
Mary C Stanley, Art Therapist  in Midvale
Verified by Psychology Today
Art Therapist, ACMHC, ATR-BC, ATCS
“I love making sense of the mess, no matter the size. I am trained as an Art Psychotherapist & practice as a mental health counselor. If you come to me as an individual, couple, or family, I view the therapeutic process as an opportunity to learn to play & gain mastery over ideas & experiences that have previously been intimidating or more. Because of my own personal experience navigating life's messiness, I enjoy being a witness & support to those working on creating meaning in difficult circumstances. Clients often remark on being surprised at the satisfaction gained from exploring their conundrums through art.
Psychoanalytic
(801) 528-4758
Midvale, Utah 84047
Matt Larson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“I offer hope, genuineness, trust and a safe environment to work through, analyze and decrease symptoms. I specialize in individual, couples and family psychotherapy. See full profile @ www.mattlarsontherapy.com
Psychoanalytic
(801) 895-3909
“I am currently focusing on intensive psychotherapy or psychoanalysis to address deeper issues and problems which may not have responded adequately to psychotherapy. The techniques I use enhance self-understanding and are beneficial for relationship issues, entrenched personality traits, and reducing personal limitations. I treat a general adult population and persons struggling with a variety of issues including: depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and abuse issues. I will respond faster to phone calls than email. See my website at: beckybaileyphd.com
Psychoanalytic
(801) 923-2960
Utah Online Therapy and Counseling Until Midnight, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Midvale
“Presently Dr. John Silver is fully involved in the many benefits of Telemedicine and to that end is encouraging people seeking Psychological Counseling to do so Online. Please see DrJohnSilver.Com for more information on the Differences between Psychotherapy and Online Therapy. To encourage Candidates for Therapy to experience TeleHealth he has Reduced his Fees by 25% for this treatment approach. We have always offered a Free Phone or Video Consultation to Assess your Needs, Answered Email Questions and are available from 6PM until Midnight Nights and Weekends for Same Day Appointments.
Psychoanalytic
(424) 329-4422
Midvale, Utah 84047
Jim Stringham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“The fact you are looking for a therapist shows you have begun a worth while journey. Every client is unique with his or her own special needs. As a result, therapy is geared to meet the needs of each individual or couple. With my facilitation I will partner with you, which will promote healing and provide a structure to support you as you carry yourself in the world. Dream work is available. For several years I have been working with clients whose ages range from 3-93 because therapy works for people no matter where they are in their lifespan.
Psychoanalytic
(801) 363-1455
Camille H Downing Personal Counselor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
“I am a counselor that has learned to listen and understand others so I can offer support through mental and emotional blocks. I am a motivator of people who struggle with abuse and relationship problems. Changing unwanted behaviors with my support is a short cut to getting results of empowerment and peace in your life.
Psychoanalytic
(801) 335-6780
Florie W. Jackson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life gets complicated for all of us and sometimes we need to reach out for help. If you are experiencing relationship conflicts, anxiety, depression, addiction, low self-worth, grief and loss, or current or past trauma give me a call. I accept insurance, including Medicare and Medicaid. I look forward to meeting you. If you would like to learn more about me please visit my website at: www.saltlakecounselingservices.com
Psychoanalytic
(801) 436-5209
Janelle Iverson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you often find yourself caught in repeated cycles or pattern in your life or in your interactions with others? These could be self-sabotaging behaviors, addictions, or reoccurring negative feelings about yourself. While you may consciously want something different, it can feel frustrating to know how to create change you are truly seeking. Therapy is a powerful tool that can heal repeated cycles of patterns and relationships that cause you dissatisfaction.
Psychoanalytic
(801) 921-8548
Natalie Cox Herndon Phd, Psychologist  in Salt Lake City
“Are you seeking understanding, support, and insight so that you can make changes for the better in your life? Call today for an appointment and let's begin. I work with clients of all ages: adults, adolescents, and children. It has been suggested that the relationship between a therapist and client is one of the most healing parts of the therapeutic process. I strive to create an environment of safety and trust through a caring and supportive theraputic relationship and when needed, by giving expert guidance and an outside perspective to my clients.
Psychoanalytic
(801) 800-8163
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.
Psychoanalytic
(801) 416-3425
Outpatient Behavior Health, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
“-Males ages 16 & older -Criminal offenders (first time, one time, last time) -Facing cultural and systemic discrimination (class, lifestyle, religion, race, gender, sexual orientation, etc.) -Continued substance use/mental health problems triggered by previous and traditional providers -Needs for individualized, trauma-informed, culturally sensitive person-centered care with previous failure at existing non-diverse settings -Misunderstood and unidentified complex trauma -Low-risk of harm to self or others -Non-responsive to highly coercive, punitive, and shaming levels of care -Does not mix well with high risk/need populations -Ability to self-pay and/or self-insured -Employed or employable.
Psychoanalytic
(801) 658-9521
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.
Psychoanalytic
(801) 784-2379
Kamrin Carver, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, AMFT
“I have had experiences working with teens and their families who are struggling to free themselves from the effects of addiction and mental illness since 2006. This experience has led me to excel in my efforts to reach those who have otherwise lost hope. My approach is open, free of judgment and remains deeply empathetic in relationship to the individual, as well as the family. I am genuine, professional and uniquely proficient in reaching through to the unreachable.
Psychoanalytic
(801) 921-4245
Mary Anne Anderson, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“My goal as a therapist is to provide a safe and accepting environment for concerns to be addressed. It is most important for me to genuinely value and connect with the people I see, in order to help them discover the most effective path to well-being. Sometimes I encourage this process by incorporating music, art, or writing into therapy. The practice of mindfulness, including sensory awareness, may also be used to facilitate healing. I offer my best Self in the office by honoring my time outside of work - in the mountains, as a musician, and especially as a mom.
Psychoanalytic
(435) 710-5326
Stephanie Rowan-Bailey, Counselor  in Draper
“I applaud your effort in making the first step in seeking information/resources to address issues causing you distress. People seek counseling generally because some aspect of life is causing significant difficulty and/or emotional pain. I work closely with you to work through suffering, resolve problems, or create better relationships with significant others. I encourage clients to understand themselves in healthy, more effective ways so as problems arise they are able to achieve their own solutions without turning to unhealthy behaviors or coping skills.
Psychoanalytic
(801) 769-0555
Draper, Utah 84020

Psychoanalytic Therapists
Psychoanalysis is an in-depth form of therapy. The client learns what conscious and unconscious wishes drive their patterns of thinking and behavior on the theory that, by making the unconscious conscious, they will make more educated choices over how they think and act.

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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Salt Lake County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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