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Therapists in Salt Lake City

Creative Life Counseling, Treatment Facility  in Salt Lake City
“We will work with you to create positive change in your life. Whether you are facing a divorce, taking charge of your anxiety or ending your dependence on alcohol and drugs we are here to help. At Creative Life Counseling you can expect to find warm accepting therapists who will create a safe environment for you to begin to explore making changes in your life. We enjoy supporting people through stressful life transitions whether it's leaving an old relationship or starting a new job. We have therapists who specialize in trauma, anxiety, depression, LGBTQ issues, as well as substance misuse problems. Whatever you're facing we have the knowledge and experience to help you successfully navigate these changes in your life. Click on the link to the left to send us an email to see how we can help you.
(801) 921-8473
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106
Jeff Kocherhans, Psychologist  in Salt Lake City
“It takes courage to seek the help of a therapist. My primary concern when I first meet a client is to respond with empathy and sensitivity to the distress which brings you to my office. In an atmosphere of genuine safety and acceptance we can begin the process of collaborating to understand and resolve your concerns. I draw on a number of theoretical perspectives and more than 20 years of clinical experience to provide therapy that is as effective as possible, in a compassionate, confidential and comfortable setting.
(801) 719-5314
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106
Julie A Hanks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, BCD
“Increase self-esteem, improve your relationships, strengthen your family, decrease self-defeating behaviors, and make lasting changes in your life! At Wasatch Family Therapy we will guide you through the therapy process in a comfortable atmosphere that will put you at ease, and help you make the changes you desire. We work with individuals, couples, and families ages 3 +.
(801) 719-5338
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121
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
Steven A Szykula, Psychologist  in Salt Lake City
“Selecting a therapist for counseling, a psychologist for testing and recommendations, or a psychiatrist for medication therapy can be overwhelming. Who is the best fit? What alternatives are there? What approaches work best? Who has a proven track record of caring and effective services? These questions and additional recommendations will be addressed in your first meeting with me. Over the past twenty-five years, with the help of many competent and caring professional staff and the support of our community's physician referrals who have entrusted their patients to us, we have established Comprehensive Psychological Services.
(801) 483-1600
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106
Vaughn Roche, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy is about positive growth as much as it is resolving problems. You might not believe that now, as you suffer with depression, anxiety or feeling that you are not heard, respected, valued. Therapy can provide relief from those all-too-common problems while planting seeds of permanent life improvement. You are never more receptive to growth than when you think you are least capable of it. Why? Because that's when you are most open to exploring alternatives. I have been listening to, comforting and helping people grow for more than 16 years, individually or with their loved ones. My positive regard is unconditional.
(801) 438-3678
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Danielle Fast, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“My identity as a person and clinician developed during my time at Randolph-Macon Woman's College where I lived among confident and intelligent women from all over the world. I learned the value of asking questions and began to understand the value of ambiguity in one's search for clarity. I believe there is goodness within us and that we deserve a chance to be our genuine selves in the presence of others. I aim to provide a safe space for self-expression and discovery. Clients are offered a confidential, non-judgmental environment where they are heard and understood.
(801) 682-1930
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
Parth Gandhi, Psychologist  in Salt Lake City
“ASSESSMENT IS THE KEY. Understanding must come before Treatment. Assessment creates a Roadmap to definitive diagnosis and clarifies strengths and weaknesses. After the comprehensive assessment is completed, a detailed report is written and feedback is given. Specific and Individualized recommendations help a client become successful because this process creates the Treatment Plan that therapists and teachers use to efficiently and effectively create change. Dr. Gandhi provides Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessment to create this Roadmap for each client.
(801) 649-5300
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
Jim Struve, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Mindful presence in relationship-based psychotherapy. Specializing in life transitions, strengthening relationships, fostering resilience, healing from childhood trauma and neglect (including male survivors of sexual abuse), assisting partners of abuse survivors, addictions recovery, sexual/gender identity, empowerment for LGBTQ individuals/couples. Individual, couples, group therapy; retreats for male survivors or sexual abuse. Flexible times.
(801) 783-4809 x1
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
Josie Bohling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I specialize in supporting Teens, Young Adults and their Families to navigate difficult mental health challenges such as anxiety, self harm, depression or high family conflict. Are you worried about your teen? Are they acting withdrawn or angry? Are their grades dropping? Are they excluded from their peer group or hanging out with peers that concern you? I will help you achieve your goal of restoring happiness and inspiration to your child's life. If your teen needs support with recovery from prolonged sadness, constant worrying, low self-esteem, drug abuse, sexual assault, self injury or family conflict, counseling can help.
(707) 902-3996
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
Emily Hawkins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker who has specialized in working with traumatic experiences and mindfulness based therapy for over 12 years. In a safe and supportive environment, I work collaboratively with clients, to build upon strengths and identify and change unhelpful or problematic patterns of feeling, thinking and living that prevent us from fully living a life of wellness or joy. Building upon a strong foundation of training and clinical experience, work collaboratively to create a therapeutic approach to fit the unique needs and desires of each individual.
(801) 853-8098
Salt Lake City, Utah 84109
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. Good 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
Thomas G. Harrison, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CSW, LCSW, MFT
“Thomas Harrison has been trained in cognitive therapy, psychodynamic therapy, reality-oriented therapy and relationship therapy. He has been practicing in Utah with a clinical license since 1977. He has taught at the U of U Medical School, Graduate School of Social Work and in conflict resolution and divorce mediation at the BYU Law School. Harrison has postgraduate training in depression, anxiety, sexual, emotional, and physical abuse, sexual addiction, and post traumatic stress disorders. Harrison has counseled over 3000 survivors of sexual abuse. He treats dissociative disorders and has served on the neuro-trauma team at two hospitals.
(801) 895-4884
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
Gabriela Cetrola, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with twenty years of experience in working with diverse populations. I use a collaborative and non-pathologizing approach to counselling in which people are the experts of their own lives. I view problems as separate from people and believe that people have many skills, abilities, values, beliefs and competencies that will assist them to change their relationship with the problems influencing their lives. My style is strength based and personalized and I consider the broader context of people's lives particularly in the various dimensions of diversity including class, race, gender, sexual orientation and ability.
(801) 528-7715
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
“Welcome. I appreciate you taking this first step seeking mental health services. I have been a licensed, practicing Ph.D. psychologist for 31 years and I have an eclectic therapy practice including children, adolescents, adults and interpersonal relationships. My experience and expertise includes acute and chronic depression and anxiety, anger management, conflict and communication, isolation and loneliness. I also work with clients struggling with PTSD, obsessive compulsive and bipolar issues, as well as parents, families and children of divorce. I incorporate conventional and mainstream therapy models and treatment techniques in my practice, including an emphasis on evidence based services.
(801) 207-7412
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106
Valerie Lambert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CT
“Before becoming an LCSW I worked for many years as a medical assistant. My background and training in these fields helps me understand and guide patients / family members through illness and / or grief. I also have extensive experience helping people who are depressed or anxious. I believe that it is important to listen to clients and learn from them, rather than approaching their concerns as if I have all the answers. Together we can find ways for you, the client, to grow, cope with, and overcome stressors and difficulties in life.
(801) 747-9956
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Karen A McCauley, CMHC, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“The symptoms of anxiety and/or depression may often alert us to deeper, more complicated problems in our life. Sometimes these are personality traits that interfere at work or school and in intimate relationships. I work psychodynamically, with a focus on mentalization-based therapy, to help you manage difficult emotions that are holding you back in your life.
(801) 335-9073
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
Alison Watts, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“I'm often told that I'm easy to talk to. I have had my own struggles and I know how scary it can feel to be so vulnerable and uncertain of who to trust. I'm honored to have worked with so many people over the years in the most dire of circumstances and to have witnessed them transform their experiences into a life of purpose. I have worked extensively with teens, families and women in crisis. I have worked with many people suffering from schizophrenia and other related disorders. This was an eye opening experience in understanding how the mind works.
(801) 416-2547
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
Sareta Dobbs, Counselor  in Salt Lake City
“Are you struggling with emotional eating? Are you tired of your patterns of self-sabotage in weight loss, binge eating, or food addiction? Sareta is passionate about physical and emotional wellness. She believes in the body's capacity to heal itself when freed from the damaging effects of past trauma and negative beliefs and when properly nourished by good habits. She loves using her passion and skills to help others heal from debilitating emotional wounds to help create happiness and peace in their lives.
(801) 331-5393
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121
Full Circle Yoga & Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salt Lake City
“Full Circle Yoga and Therapy is a unique therapy and yoga center providing cutting edge treatment using the latest research-based interventions dealing with a broad spectrum of mental health issues. We have specialized programs for domestic violence, anger management, addiction, trauma (including PTSD), and chronic illnesses such as Type 1/Type 2 diabetes. Our mission is to create an inclusive and empowering community that fosters healing, restoration,& rejuvenation for the mind, body, and soul. We have recruited a talented and highly-trained team of therapists, support staff, and independent yoga teachers that is committed to providing our members with a welcoming and fulfilling experience.
(385) 206-3034
Salt Lake City, Utah 84115
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