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Therapists in Summit County

Peg Tan, Counselor  in Park City
“I treat children and adolescents ranging from birth to 18 years of age. I work with the whole family supporting parents with education and skills. Children come to me with an array of issues ranging from anxiety, depression, adjustment disorders, trauma, academic failure, and family discord.
(435) 267-0020
Marlo Bennett, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Park City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you suffering with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, or relationship problems? If you're looking for practical, effective, compassionate counseling backed by scientific knowledge, help is here. Individual, couple, or family, you'll learn information and skills that are valuable in everyday life. If you want counseling that focuses on your goals and treats the problem directly, instead of just talking about it, you're in the right place. Clients often comment "This is the first time I've learned something useful in therapy!"
(435) 571-0489
Hillary Poor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Park City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“As a seasoned Therapist and Coach, I rely heavily on knowledge and experience to guide my interactions with adolescents and adults experiencing the following: Low self esteem, adjustment to a difficult life transition, low mood and anxiety, behavioral concerns, peer/parental/work pressure, substance abuse, domestic violence and a desire for future goal setting. I work together with my clients to establish effective interventions that promote increased wellness and healthy growth through a collaborative, strength-based and flexible approach.
(435) 248-0141
Trailtalk:Taking Therapy off the Couch, Psychiatric Nurse  in Park City
“Trailtalk is taking therapy off the couch and onto the trail in Park City and now in SLC! Walking while talking empowers clients physically while they seek support emotionally. Trailtalk is for busy, functional people who want to talk with someone, but feel uncomfortable sitting in an office. It's less clinical, but just as effective as traditional therapy. Trailtalk hopes to de-stigmatize mental health care by making therapy accessible, approachable and affordable. We all need mental health check ins and check ups. Treating our minds like our bodies with routine preventive care improves our quality of life.
(435) 363-9243
Claire Allan Camp, Psychologist  in Park City
“As people we are faced with many different trials and challenges throughout our lives and if you are reading this, you are likely thinking about talking to someone about the things you are facing. I appreciate how much courage it can take to begin the search of finding the therapeutic relationship that best fits you. I have a diversity of experience in working with older adults, adults, adolescents and children with a wide range of concerns including depression, anxiety, phase of life difficulties, trauma, drug and alcohol issues, and relationship problems.
(707) 684-4810
Suzanne Clark, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Park City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I offer mindfulness based psychotherapy which is a way of letting go of judgment and bringing present-moment focus to our thoughts, feelings and experiences. We are so often our own worst critic either dwelling on the past or worrying about the future. We get stuck repeating the same patterns over and over. Mindfulness offers a way to not only get unstuck, but also lessen the sting of life's difficulties. My style is empathic, engaged, open, nonjudgmental and deeply respectful of you and your needs. I strive to help you feel safe and empowered while we work.
(435) 659-3058
Donn Peters, Psychologist  in Park City
“In 25 years as a couples therapist, I've helped many couples work through problems to create the kind of partnership they truly want. Most couples tell me that they want to feel connected with their partner again; to stop the 'same old arguments' from cycling over and over; to stop living like roommates; to end the painful silences; to feel heard and understood; and to feel hopeful, and happy again.
(435) 610-1995
Megan Perry, Counselor  in Park City
“Trailtalk offers counseling to individuals with the added bonus of walking as you're talking. We have the office setting as well. Trailtalk believes that everyone needs emotional tune-ups from time to time. We are all working to be the "true" version of ourselves but this process is dynamic, not static, requiring just the right amount of tension and flexibility to maintain balance. It's not a one-time adjustment but a daily process. Anyone looking to find a better balance or address a major issue is an ideal client for Trailtalk.
(435) 728-0821
Phyllis Rehn, Counselor  in Park City
“Pain (emotional, spiritual and/or physical) is often a signal that alerts us that something in our lives needs to change. I believe that when we find the courage to ask for help in the process of making that change, we restore the hope that life doesn't have to feel so difficult, it can actually be rewarding. That hope won't occur unless the client/therapist relationship is built on trust. I consider that trust sacred and I am committed to providing a safe environment through respect, compassion, humor, patience and acceptance, a place where growth and healing lead to positive change.
(435) 657-5577
Clive Hallam Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kamas
“People are unique and problems are complex. Counseling services should address the specific needs of each individual or family. Clive Hallam specializes in providing customized counseling services that promote healthy living and an improved quality of life for couples, families, and individuals of all ages.
(435) 817-0155
Kamas, Utah 84036
Roxi Nelson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Park City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My approach is very relationship based, incorporating fundamentals of clinical practice...including CBT, DBT, psychodynamic and psychosocial approaches. I am very holistic and work with the person in the situation and the system. I specialize with many groups and have worked with very diverse populations in the past including; parenting skills/coaching, life skills, coping skills, anxiety, depression, high risk behaviors, adjustment issues, such as relocating, divorce, loss, identity issues and learning issues to name a few.
(435) 503-8148
Expressive Therapies Utah,   in Park City
“At Expressive Therapies Utah, our mission is to provide the highest quality art and music therapy services to the community utilizing the therapeutic relationship as the catalyst for change. Using a humanistic approach, we believe in the acceptance and understanding of the individual's unique journey. As our therapists come from a variety of educational backgrounds, we are able to use eclectic techniques to address client's needs in a variety of domains. Art and Music Therapy may be utilized to address needs in such domains as: Cognitive - Communication - Social/Emotional - Motor/Physical - Spiritual
(801) 416-2139
Aspen View Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Park City
“I specialize in life transitions for adults and relationship counseling for couples. I can help you cope with the anxiety and depression often experienced during life transitions from early adulthood through later life. I provide support and guidance to help you navigate through all life's challenges. I also have expertise in relationship counseling. I can help you improve communication skills and learn effective conflict resolution skills to enhance your relationship.
(435) 659-3029
Leah Marie Harter, Counselor  in Park City
“When someone comes to see me for counseling, I count it as a privilege to walk alongside them during this time of life. During the first session, we identify the goals that they would like to work on and a plan for how we move forward. My approach is generally considered multi-modal, meaning that consideration is given to the whole person: psychologically, emotionally, cognitively, physically, medically and spiritually. It is my hope that clients walk out of the office feeling more fully armed with tools they can implement into their life and relationships.
(303) 500-3917
Ashleigh Bott, Psychologist  in Park City
“I approach therapy in a nonjudgmental fashion - we come from all walks of life, and our views and values may vary. Together we can create a safe and inviting atmosphere for you to tell your story, and to be heard. I can assist you in self-exploration at a level of your desire to help you understand how past and present experiences are connected to your current life. Start achieving your highest quality of life.
(435) 710-5119
Anne Ford Tatti, Psychologist  in Park City
“When looking for appropriate services for yourself or your family, it can lead to frustration and confusion. I want to help. I offer a wide range of services to meet your individual needs and am happy to discuss options with you, or answer any questions you may have. I am a licensed clinical psychologist with a private practice in Park City, UT. I offer individual and family therapy for children and adults. In addition to my private practice, I am an Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry and the University of Utah, and work as a Psychologist at the University Neuropsychiatric Institute.
(435) 494-4388
Angelique Poncelet, Counselor  in Park City
“Therapy can help you maintain wellness, manage health challenges or the effects of chronic stress. My aim is to help you sustain vibrancy in your life and relationships by overcoming symptoms and stressors that distract from peak performance. Common issues for therapy are related to depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, addictions, grief and loss, and adjustment to life transitions such as physical illness, marriage, parenthood, divorce, and separation. At Park City Counseling, I work with adults and couples who aspire to happy, healthy living.
(435) 659-3327
Chelsy Jane Bundy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Park City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I specialize in work with school-aged children as well as families. I believe early intervention can prevent and reduce the effects of chronic issues which may result if not otherwise treated. I value and strive to provide collaborative care and offer case management in order to offer a full continuum of care helping individuals address all areas of their life. I utilize play therapy techniques for school-aged children in order to provide a type of therapy which helps children connect, heal, and learn skills needed to cope with daily life.
(435) 633-4815
Tami Hubbard, Counselor  in Park City
“" I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become" Carl Jung. We are all born with that spark of light from Source. But eventually from being in the world the spark starts to fade, it becomes covered up by the ego/personality that develops from our experiences in life. This is not who we truly are. You are still the light that wills to shine and prosper. Dare to invite your higher self to live as and through you, return home to yourself.
(435) 363-2225

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

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Summit County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Summit County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Summit County or family therapy in Summit County.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Summit County, Utah, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.