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Therapists in Salt Lake City

Scott M Carter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, CMHC
“My desire is to empower you so that you are able to find the answers that you need in your life and then help you put those strategies into place. Life is challenging and there's nothing wrong with seeking help. I want to help you learn and understand that you are capable of finding your way through life and one day becoming your own therapist. I use a soft yet straight forward approach, I can help you shed the layers and get to the core of your problems how to address them. Contact me for a free consultation.
(801) 335-9399
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
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.
(801) 800-8163
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Stefanie Minen, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“I work with adults and adolescents struggling with life transitions, depression, anxiety, addiction, eating disorders, relationships difficulties and those who have experienced severe trauma. I also work with families and couples.
(801) 783-3290
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Marla Mathisen, Psychologist  in Salt Lake City
“Do you feel alone in your relationships? Do you wake up feeling exhausted, hopeless, unloved, disrespected and lonely? I can help you feel confident, respected, loved and no longer alone. I can work with you individually to learn self care skills, command personal respect, set healthy interpersonal boundaries, stop negative self talk and find your authentic voice. I can also help you express your needs and emotions in a connecting way, bring you and your partner closer. You can improve all aspects of your relationship, even if you come to sessions on your own.
(385) 245-2868
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
The Center for MindBody Health, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“Are you seeking help finding your way through a difficult time or experience? Psychotherapy provides the chance to talk openly and confidentially about anything that is troubling you. A therapist's empathy, understanding, and caring expertise can help a person gain insight and emotional release. Finding yourself less stuck and confused, changes in behavior become possible, and even natural. Psychotherapy has the potential to help a person feel more hopeful and optimistic, more in control, and more meaningfully involved in life. Our therapists subscribe to the idea that therapy should be evidenced based, meaning that we believe effective treatment is best delivered if it is based on scientific evidence.
(801) 528-6642
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Real Caring Integrative Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
“"The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are" - Carl Jung. Becoming who you truly are involves discovering who you're not. It's easy to get confused and lose your identity in relationships, social environments, and your own head. At Real Caring, we support you to claim your mind, body and creative spirit as your own, so that you can make a conscious choice about who you are and how you want to live.
(801) 853-8744
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
Jon Scheffres, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“My therapy style is based on three principles: Awareness, Discovery, and Integration. I approach my clients holistically. My intention is to explore their troubles without judgment or a specific agenda. I believe that the problem always contains the seeds of its own resolution, and I trust my clients to know what is ultimately best for them. My clients do well in therapy when they practice curiosity, patience, and friendliness towards their own troubles. Over the years I have tended to focus on mood disorders, anxiety disorders, addictions, trauma, and relationship issues.
(801) 851-1290
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
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
Eileen Rojas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am an English/Spanish bilingual therapist with over 15 years of experience working with adolescents, families, and adults in a variety of capacities. I also have a background in dance and continue to perform and teach youth in the Salt Lake Valley. I utilize my varied interests and multicultural experience to help maintain an open practice aimed at focusing on the strengths and interests of each unique individual.
(801) 663-7610
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
Scott M Howes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Sometimes we struggle with self esteem and our real worth and value. This impacts our lives in many ways. We sometimes underestimate our ability to make changes due to misperceptions about ourselves. Generally, my role is to influence people to see themselves and their choices more clearly. Clients use this knowledge and other "tools" to make significant changes in their lives. When the struggles of life hit, all of us could benefit from therapy. The difference is, working things out in a safe, nonjudgemental environment is MUCH faster than trying to do it on your own.
(801) 890-2943
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106
Karen A McCauley, CMHC, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“Unconscious factors may create intense unhappiness in the form of recognizable symptoms--such as depression or anxiety--or even troubling personality traits that interfere with work relationships and intimate relationships. Intensive psychodynamic psychotherapy looks at deeper patterns in your life and how these are affecting your relationships in order to provide new understanding, insight, and relief.
(801) 335-9073
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
Natasha A Muren, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“My hope as a therapist is to assist individuals and couples uncover and develop healthy coping skills, personal strengths, and insight into core values and beliefs. I will also help clients identify and overcome obstacles and life challenges that continue to impact their functioning and happiness.
(801) 719-5432
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106
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.
(801) 921-8548
Salt Lake City, Utah 84108
Dr. Barbara Iucker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
“We all experience anxiety and depression in our lives, even therapists. When we feel healthy we are more resistant to stress and it does not rob us of our joy in life. Ggod personal relationships are the best resource for managing all kinds of pain in life. I have been working with people for nearly forty years. The people I have worked with have taught me a lot about adaptive ways of dealing with these things. I strive to establish a relationship in which my patients can think about their lives and make decisions to act with clarity and conviction.
(801) 647-4773
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
Mark K Burton, Psychologist  in Salt Lake City
“My clinical focus is relationship counseling with 80% to 90% of my caseload devoted to working with couples. I use my own model based on my training with John Gottman and Harvel Hendrix that focuses somewhat on insight, but mostly on behavioral change and communication. I team with the couple to find solutions that work for them and increase the satisfaction that they both experience in the relationship. I also work with individuals on relationship issues.
(801) 948-0626 x1
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
Rachael A Ringwood, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The therapeutic process is a powerful tool for growth and change. Diagnosis as "dia" and "gnosis", is to know across. Once recognized, the obstacles we experience in relationship to ourselves and others can be compassionately cared for through development of awareness and skillful coping to alleviate suffering. You will be supported in your goals for change to achieve a greater sense of happiness and fulfillment.
(385) 203-7622
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
Jessica Salmon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT
“NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS AT THIS TIME. The healing process of therapy can reduce suffering as well as being a process of discovering one's authentic self. Developing self-awareness and acceptance, working through the roots of your personal problems, making lasting and powerful changes, and finding meaning and richness in your life is an empowering process that I am so grateful and honoured to be a part of. The approach I use is effective for depression, anxiety, issues of trauma and abuse, relationship concerns, and connection with yourself and others.
(801) 663-7746
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
Heartfelt Healing, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
“I honor the divine nature of the individuals I counsel, and offer both spiritual and practical guidance in support of each person's unique path. My practice areas include: Spirituality, Religion, Personal Growth, Relationship Issues, Parenting, Self Esteem, Anxiety, Depression and Stress Management.
(801) 981-4374
Salt Lake City, Utah 84116
Sara White, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I'm happy to partner with you wherever you are on your journey. Although change is a natural part of our lives, it's still often tough, especially if you struggle with depression or anxiety - or both. Whether you're facing transition within your professional life, from college into career, making your way towards graduation, or are experiencing challenges within your relationship, you don't have to do it alone. If you desire help in addiction recovery, we can work together to address problems like stress or grief, which exacerbate addiction, and develop life management skills to create a long-term plan for recovery.
(801) 341-2068
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106
Brent Pace, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe that everyone who walks through my door has all the answers to whatever struggles they are having. My role is to merely help the individual find and apply those answers. I have a strong commitment to client-focused therapy and I respect self determination.
(801) 752-0888
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
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